Wow, where to start…

I’m finally home…finals are behind me and all I can do now is pray for the best.
Since being home I have been able to hang out with my bestest friends and have some down time. I’ve been able to get back into my usual swing of things…running in the morning, Abs and Arms of Steel workout videos, tennis, playing with my kitties, painting, CSI, church, my Bible study girls, hanging out with friends, etc.
But alas, all good things will be interrupted. In the midst of my fun I’ve got to help out with the Bro’s wedding. It’s cool and all…but I’m just so tired of hearing about weddings. And what’s even worse is that everybody keeps asking the inevitable…”So who are you bringing to the wedding?”
Another weird thing that happened was that an old boyfriend came over the other night. It was soooo WEIRD! He was my very first serious boyfriend and I had been with him for about a year until I saw he started to stray from God. Then I had to break it off. It was sad. It’s amazing how much he has changed since I last saw him. He’s all decked out like an 80’s man…his hair all puffy and the tight pants. Not so cool. yikes. But it was still really nice to see him again and hear how he’s doing.

I love “Murder, She Wrote” – I think it will always be one of my favorite shows. Even if it is all re-runs.

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2 Responses to “Wow, where to start…”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I am curious: what is your definition of “straying”?

  2. sarahmadson says:

    Re: straying?
    Well, I’m not sure that it’s my place to really judge, so I apologize for that. Plus, I’m not sure it’s right for me to go into detail…cuz that’d sort of be like gossiping behind his back. To put it simply, the relationship was not as God-centered as it was when we started. I had a feeling that he might have been starting to question his faith and to question God…which isn’t necessarily bad…I mean, it can be those times that make our faith stronger as the Lord starts to answer our inquiries. However, it’s not the best foundation for a relationship. A relationship should be mutually edifying…and being with one another should also work as a means of drawing you closer to God while growing closer to each other. That wasn’t happening. I miss him a great deal, but if it was meant to be, God would make it happen. 🙂

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