Waiting

Tag

Should you stay or should you go?

New experiences can be very tough.

Ever since I was a kid, I've always been slightly afraid of meeting strangers. I'm constantly worried that I wouldn't know how to introduce myself or I'd run out of things to say.

ŠiStockphoto.com/SimmiSimons

People who know me say that they can't imagine that I'm like that, especially since I used to work in a field that required me to meet and interact with a lot of people on a daily basis. But trust me, I didn't just cruise into that type of work easily. Maybe I was good at putting up a strong front, but deep inside, I had to summon up a lot of courage to be able to get by. Thankfully, after some time, things got easier. [...]

Comfort in the Uncomfortable

Sometimes I listen to myself and I cringe.

Too much worrying.
Too much whining.
Too much complaining.
Too many questions.
Too many excuses.
Too many doubts.

Sometimes I'm like a child who refuses to jump into the swimming pool for the first time. [...]

On waiting… (again)

Waiting can really bring out the worst in people. I’m not very good at waiting, and this is proven by the fact that I am writing about this yet again (if you missed it, I first wrote about it here). When I find myself in a situation where I have to wait, not only do I get impatient, but I tend to become more distracted and more emotional. I try to find ways to take away the discomfort that I...

What I'm Loving This Week: Thoughts on Love, Life, and Waiting

Some of my favorite posts from this past week: 1) Does God Still Restore Marriages? from Paolo Punzalan – my pastor just posted the video that made everyone cry at church last weekend (except for the men, of course….they don’t cry, their eyes just sweat!). I really hope you can take the time to watch this beautiful video. Oh, and prepare the tissues! 2) The Ultimate Poster Child For What Could Have Been by Steven Furtick – “What could have...

On waiting…

I’m terrible at updating this, but I’m really going to make an effort this month to blog regularly. I was so inspired by my friend and churchmate (and blogger extraordinaire) Ganns Deen! There’s so much I want to blog about! But let’s take things one at a time… I had a realization last week about WAITING. Like a lot of people I know, I’m not a huge fan of waiting. I’ve become more patient the last few years, but waiting...