Luke 3:16/Proverbs 31
Serial [re]blogger and sometimes-serial couch potato. Wide-eyed Curious Georgette who never really learned how not to talk to strangers. I relish my awkwardness. Also unemployed, looking and praying for a job. Can shamelessly rap the TMNT theme; any Bohemian Rhapsody lyrics used in conversation is a free pass to break into song. Believe it or not, I love fire but not getting my nails done. I might sound like I've got too much SWAGger, but that's because I'm Saved With Amazing Grace.
Currently in hot pursuit of The Lover of My Soul.
I hear so many girls talking about the underlying game that’s behind all the interest and attraction of a potential relationship, and this is what I tell them: Love should never be a game, so stop wasting your time and emotions trying to follow unspoken rules when you already know 1) who you are and 2) what you want. Those two things should be enough when it comes to a relationship. And if your authenticity pushes someone away, let them go because if you’re too much for them, they weren’t enough for you.
When you hear something you either don’t understand or agree with and you feel a judgmental attitude sprouting, dig it up. Don’t let it take root because it will grow weeds that kill your opportunity to learn and love the people around you, it will grow vines that suffocate any chance of compassion growing for one another, and eventually, if you let it take root and grow, it will construct a barricade that closes you into the lonely solidarity of self-righteousness.