Pretty intense for a fifteen-year-old, so as sweet as he was..had to go!
Not that I EVER think he would have gotten physical with me, but his passion truly came out when we broke up.
We used to write poems back and forth and let me tell you- I have no clue how we put those deep-well-beyond-our-years-thoughts into poetic form.
It’s important to set aside time every day to pray, to talk and listen to God.
Prayer is a “pouring out of our hearts” (Psalm 62:9).
We held hands on the way to school, walked each other to class and "dated" two times... We used to spend hours on the phone and he was more like a girlfriend than a guy friend...
Although, I think I should have picked up on that, 'cuz then I might have realized that he was GAY! You know what they say, "All the good ones are either gay or taken..." Perhaps my favorite story- was of a guy that I never even dated.
After we had been dating a bit, some of my friends voiced some concerns, though.
They explained that they were not comfortable with me dating this 32 year old "server" when I was only 22 and "going places".Pour out to God all the concerns and questions you have about your vocation and future spouse.The truth is He already knows what you’re thinking, and He already knows how He is going to respond (trust me, He’s got it all covered) – but it’s still important for us to have these regular, daily conversations with Him.Most of the time they are more afraid to talk to you than you are to them and the other times- they may like you and just not know it... Just remember there is a difference between making yourself available and seeming desperate.Boys tend to think on a different wave length than we do. #fineline There was one summer that I followed a boy around for a WHOLE summer, because I had SUCH a crush on him...What if the person God has intended for me to marry is actually a less mature “diamond in the rough”?