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A friend has shared a similarly titled piece recently, and I realised that I need to take a stab at this as well. Partly because I found it didn’t express the things I wanted to say to the man I am supposed to marry in the near or not-so-near future.
Society has this funny way of gauging whether a woman is fit to be married. For starters, she ought to know how to cook. Managing housework is a plus. Must be good with working on a budget. Loves kids (or dogs, whichever is your inclination).… Read more
We’ve all gone through heartaches. Whether it’s from a lost job opportunity, the death of a loved one, or a failed relationship – we have felt pain in our lives. And yet some recover sooner – and more gracefully – than others.… Read more
So here’s the reason I started this blog. I know one too many ladies who, in their longing to be loved (and, more precisely, to be wed), have grown tired of waiting. They spend so much time thinking about what they’re missing (marriage) that they cannot enjoy the fullness of what they have (singleness).… Read more
Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.
What does it mean to guard your heart? If you are, like me, a young Christian female, you have probably heard this phrase countless times in the context of love and relationships. … Read more
Smiling all the time. To myself. And to everyone else.
Singing and humming while working. Or cooking. Or running.
Having a drastically diminished number of bad hair days. (Win!!)
Being told that I look radiant – particularly on days I don’t wear make-up. … Read more