The Journey

No, not that kind of Journey although you know they’re my fav…

Hey y’all… I know I’ve been away for awhile. I’ve been collecting my thoughts. Praying. Keeping busy. Here’s the deal, I’m stuck in a rut. I need a change. I need things to be different. I need to be happy… with my job, with my life, etc.

I know that I’m super blessed. I have a roof over my head. I have a job that affords me the ability to go out with my friends once in a while and to buy new shoes if I want. I’m healthy. I have family and friends that love me.

But…

I feel stagnant. I don’t feel like I’m growing spiritually and I don’t feel like I’m growing personally and I certainly don’t feel like I’m growing professionally.

So, I’m making some changes.

First, I cut my hair. I promise to upload a picture as soon as I take one that’s not me and my cell phone in the bathroom mirror.

Also, I am teaching a bible study come fall about standing in the shelter of God’s promises.

I have my good friend, Liz (my old roommate), moving back in with me which will afford me the ability to take a trip this October. More on that later.

Finally, I signed up for eHarmony.

I know. I know.

I’m just as skeptical as you are. Here’s the thing… I complain because it’s not that I can’t meet men it’s that I can’t meet decent ones. I’ve tried Match and I met a bunch of people with very little social skills (and there is a reason they can’t get a girlfriend) or overly adept social skills (as in those of the douchebaggery sort).

I know that I’m a lot to handle. I read a lot and watch mostly PBS but I like sports and going camping. I want to find someone that I’m super attracted to but who has an amazing brain. I think that I need to widen my search past my little southern town and I like that eHarmony matches you instead of someone looking through pictures and winking because they think you’re hot.

I need something more.

So, I’m going to document my journey here on this blog that has gotten little use as of late. I hope you’ll come along with me for the ride.

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