A Suburban City Girl in A Small Town

Moment by moment……

Tuesday’s TMI

on March 11, 2014

TMI (Too Much Information – for those who do not know what this means) tag seems to be the big thing in vlogging at the moment.

I’ll play. Only, I’m going to take these questions a few at a time instead of all at once. So, here’s the first five:

1. What are you wearing? At the very moment, my night-gown. And yes, I’m blogging from my bed.

2. Ever been in love? Yes, I have. I loved my husband deeply. That’s what makes betrayal all the more painful. When you love someone so much you change who you are for them, it’s the wrong kind of love. When that person sees  you doing that and takes advantage all the more, it’s destructive. I stay away from that kind of “love” – can we really even call it that? No, we cannot. Real love is outlined in 1 Corinthians 13:4-7.

The real question is have you ever been loved? Yes, I have but not by who I should have been.

3. Ever had a terrible breakup? Divorce is the ultimate breakup. Not only did I experience this but so did my girls. You see, when you get married, a piece of your soul becomes fused with your spouse. Divorce is literally the ripping apart of a soul. That’s why it’s so painful. That’s why it’s so destructive.

4. How tall are you? 5″2. Short and sweet!

5. How much do you weight? Na-ah. Not even in a TMI tag will I publish that information. Women are women and, God help us, we are a catty bunch. All I would have to do is to make that public before the fat shaming would begin. So no, I choose not to answer this question.

 

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