I needed to take a couple of days to decompress and reorganize my thoughts following Lent. I had thought for a while that I might journal for msyelf, but I can't find any of the empty journals I usually keep on hand and I hate using notebooks for that purpose. So, instead I decided I might try to post more on a regular basis. I may even beat Angela into posting more until she has her baby. I have lost my leverage over her, however, aside from the shame of not posting. SHAME!
Okay, okay, I said I was done on the whole confession topic, but I lied. So sue me! I tend to come back to things over and over again. I apparently have "Context" as a top strength which means I think a lot about the past and apply it to the present. I digress, however! So, while I was confessing, I was told about a book to read that would help to put some things into perspective. I couldn't find it at the library, so I ended up buying a copy (it was less than $20, so it wasn't a bad deal). After reading a bit of the first chapter and paging through it, I can definitely say I wish I had had this book whe I started dating. I don't really know I would have listened to it at the time, or if I even would have read it, but it already seems like it's a pretty level headed response to the 'dating scene' in modern days. Before I go about recommending it, I intend to put it on my reading list and finish it at a later point in time. Stay tuned!