My wifi network used to be Single4ever.
I don’t believe that love is something you search for, I believe that love is something you simply find.
I’ve always been a driven, independent girl. I’ve gone after what I wanted, pursued my passions, and been incredibly happy accomplishing my goals and seeking the Lord. But as I’ve gotten older, it’s become clear to me that I’d rather spend my life pursuing goals with someone else than alone.
The girls who swore not to repeat their mistakes; vowed to never again order their usual; and despise doing things the conventional way.
I took my broken heart and transformed it into art, into something permanent. I spent this time to sit quietly and listen to my powerful insights.
“That there’s something wrong with us. When men are single, they’re ‘bachelors’. When women are single, we’re ‘spinsters’. Wow, society! You’ve sucked once again!”
She’s used to guys who try to be someone they’re not to obtain whatever they want from her. When she comes across authenticity she finds it irresistible.
I’m not barring myself from the possibility of love. I am simply not looking for it, and I don’t want it. Not right now.
Spend the afternoon at the library, drinking coffee, journaling, and getting lost in a good book.
You behave like an independent woman who doesn’t need any male support. But inside you are like season 3 Chandler Bing, “I’m hopeless and awkward and desperate for love!”