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If you are familiar with the “knight in shinning armor coming to save his princess” idea of relationships, the next couple paragraphs may hit home for you. Side note, gals, if the armor is still shining, it may just be tinfoil because armor that is still shining has not been truly tested. Just sayin’.
Do guys like smart girls, or are they intimidated by them?
If a lady has a successful job, is this off-putting or is it an attractive quality? Should girls who are mature, serious, or go-getters downplay those aspects of themselves to be more appealing to guys?
I could see him from where I sat, but I didn’t notice him at first. I was pulling off my coat, taking in the beautiful mixture of people around me. I sat munching on my donut. But I did not notice him.
People swarmed into the movie-theater-turned-church. Old, young, a homeless man off the streets – willing to listen to a sermon in exchange for a warm place to stay for an hour – a girl with hair so blonde and makeup so perfect she looks like she stepped out of a magazine, a grandmother in a wheelchair, her grandson tugging at her hand. It’s a gathering place for people of all kinds, just like the church is meant to be.
This introduction has been re-written five times. Because I have re-written this article five times.
And each time, it gets longer and longer. Unfortunately, I have an excess of thoughts on the issue of the Christian institution of courtship, and they all flowed out into this article. Consider this my 95 theses on Christian Courtship [except I only have twelve…actually really only eleven].
Guys, there are a few things you should know before texting a girl (especially a girl you ‘like’ like).
Being on the receiving end of guys’ texts, I’ve had plenty of opportunities to learn what works and what could be done better. I’ve gotten texts ranging from poetry to promises that are never kept to strange questions to hilarious comebacks to random things that just leave me wondering why the person bothered to text me at all.