Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Where I'm at

  • I can't stand telemarketers.

  • Sleep has become a sweet escape.

  • I don’t want to be with a man who treats me as though I’m less than him.

  • I don’t want to be with a man who I don’t trust.

  • I think respect starts with the smallest actions that speak the loudest.

  • I know my children can be difficult, but they’re mine, they’re part of my flesh and bones – can someone who has never had their own child truly understand that?

  • I don’t like strawberries.

  • I'm doing things I promised myself I'd never do again in a relationship.

  • I wish things were well, and great and happy and I try my best to pretend that I'm not hurting inside, but little pieces of me are being murdered ... and it hurts and I'm disappointed and I feel as though I'm just not good enough and I can't do it anymore.

  • I want to be with a man who loves me enough and respects me and my beliefs, that I know one day he will marry me.

  • I don't like that I'm living in sin.

  • I'm a class act at fooling myself.


  1. Nice List you got goin' on there!

    Just remember one thing! Do you believe God? Do you know he is who he says he is? Do you believe he can do what he says he can do?

    Then, you must always remember YOU ARE WORTHY! Why, because GOD says YOU are! Every other relational motive should revolve around that.

    (0kay four

    Would love to chat if you need an ear.


  2. We all deserve love and respect from our life partner! And I'm sorry you don't like strawberries. I didn't like them as a kid, either. But they were an acquired taste for me as an adult.

  3. I can't stand telemarketers either! (why do they ALWAYS call during dinner?)
    I don't know what's going on in your relationship sweetie, but if you need to talk you know where to find me!


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