Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Talking about being young.
When young, I made decisions that weren't great. I am talking about people whom I chose to date. And, when I hear about previous dates that have come to a cross-roads in their life...I think about my decisions.

It took many years of dating people who were wrong for me...to be fed up with that type of person. And, it took heart break after heart break. I am very greatful that my previous relationships didn't work out...because I might not have been ready for my FH.

I remember looking up at the sunset one evening. I told "God, I would rather be single the rest of my life, than to date another loser." It was about that time that FH started coming around. Yes, I tried to push away FH. But, I couldn't shake him like I shook the others, and he couldn't shake me, the way I had been shaken.

My, my...my life has been full, full of surprises, full of joys, full of sorrows, full of disappointments, full of happiness...full filled. I have no regrets. And, what a wonderful thing! Thank you Jesus. Without Him...none of this would be possible. :)

If I could have done it all again...wait, I don't want to do it again. I don't want to learn all life's lessons again. lol...I do however, hope that my children's lives will be full and full filled.


EE said...

I am totally with you. I did the same thing. I thank God everyday that I met my husband. I still can't believe that I didn't marry one of the losers.
I, too, would not want to do it all over again.
Speaking of ex-boyfriends, what's (Megan's) Jason up to now?

greengirlwannabe said...

girl, you know how many jerks i dated in college!~ thank God we have gotten older & wiser. what is that expression; you have to kiss a lot of frogs to find prince charming....ain't that the truth, honey! LOL!
great blog! thanks for visiting mine!
And, I love CoCo....now i know why we were able to live together....even when i was a pain in the a$$ :0