Saturday, May 28, 2011
Actually, you might encounter two different kinds: the kind that you think is the "real deal," then falls apart, and the kind that God ordained--that lasts and grows deeper.
The real question is: how do you get dibs on actual romance opposed to the counterfeit? And most importantly, how do you go about a relationship with someone that you believe God has called you to marry?
I am going to dive into this hot topic by giving you the answers to these questions, and more in my next few posts titled Courtship Questions. So stay tuned!
A lot can happen in that amount of time, and a lot has.
For the last twelve years of my life I have been homeschooled. Each year of homeschooling has looked a bit different, yet I still remember the early years. I remember sitting on my papa's knee as we'd pray after our family worship time in the morning. I remember snuggling up on the sofa with my mom and little brother Nathaniel to read our first literature course of "five-in-a-row" books. I was so delighted during the journey from cover to cover of my favorites like How to Make An Apple Pie and See the World, and Ping the duck.
Ah, such fond memories! Memories I will hold dear to my heart forever. But now, those days are long gone. That chapter in my life is closing, and a new one is opening. For today, I am graduating.
A lot of people have been asking me about my plans after graduation, so I want to dedicate this post to just that.