Cameron and I met in May of 2013 at a church group but really didn’t start talking and hanging out until August 2013. When I first met him, I wasn’t attracted to him or anything and I honestly thought he was a completely different person than who he actually is. Looking back now, I know
There is no such thing as a quick fix in life. Since when have anyone’s problems ever been washed away in one instant? Absolutely never. Our lives are not fairy tales, we have to work to get what we want. There is no quick fix. Our life purpose can take years to accomplish but when
I am the Christian gambling in Vegas with her husband! Okay, so I would have never thought that my husband and I would ever get to go to Vegas to gamble. Yet, by the grace of God, we were given the opportunity to go to Vegas! Which means that gambling was one of our activities
I love a good fairy tale, like Cinderella for instance. She once was the apple of her daddy’s loving eye but was later thrown into a situation that is similar to indentured servitude. She later meets a mystical lady who has wonderful fashion and style sense and transformed her into a 10. Literally, a 10!
“The toughest lesson I had to learn involved my marriage. We have to talk about our money all the time. This is why it’s important to discuss the topic of handling finances after marriage.” A little bit about my first year of marriage Newlyweds usually understand that eventually, both partners have to talk about money.
Why do we trust people less? As a society, especially in youth culture- we don’t trust many people. It’s obvious with the rise of cell phones and social media usage that it’s easier to pretend to be someone you’re not online Not only that, many of us come from broken families, and are living in an
My husband, Drew, and I met when I was sixteen years old. He was actually a friend of my brothers first. Thankfully, I was blessed with a pretty cool brother, and instead of saying “stay away from my sister!”, he told Drew to go for it. We really had nothing in common from the start.
We lived in the same town for many years and had never crossed paths. He was 2 years younger than I but his family knew of my family and vice versa but I never had a chance to meet him- not until I got my first job. It all started when… At sixteen I remember
I just didn’t think I had a testimony. . . . As I looked around and everyone began to share stories of not being able to pay for school. Some struggled with sexual abuse in their homes. And some even losing a parent at a young age. What was I going to say? I was