Wednesday, May 25, 2011

I think I'm Cursed...

I can count the number of 2nd dates I've had... Dax back in high school, but we were always just friends and doing each other favors, and he's happily married. Tyler after we wrote on his mission, but he has been married now for a year. Then there was David who was into me for a week then was done. Clint... lol... just great friends, we hang out all the time. Andy took me to an Aggies game and then I asked him to a dance at the institute. I can't forget the run around I've had with Jeff in the last 8 months, we never went out, but there were feelings there for sure, and now he lives in Salt Lake and I haven't heard from him since he moved. Now Craig, who I took a risk and met him online. We texted, met for dinner, texted some more, went to lunch and now, even after texting him myself I haven't heard form him since our 2nd date.
No this isn't me having a pity party. I'm just stating my curse, or the fact that God has a plan for all of us, and I haven't met "The One" yet. Some people would get discouraged by this, I do get frustrated, but we have to understand that it is part of life. Some people get to that stage early, and for some of us it takes some time, but we'll all get there in the end.
One day I will meet my prince charming... I guess I just haven't reached that day.


3 comments:

Rachel Nelson said...

I know how you feel. Guys only dated me because they wanted to make out. I had my heart broken so many times! But now, looking back, I'm really glad that I didn't get married any earlier than I did. It was hard to go through at the time, but I'm really glad that I got to finish school and have all the other opportunities that I did. I know the Lord has a plan for each of us, and if you keep living like you should, you will meet your prince charming, and he will be so worth the wait!

Drewann Jenkins said...

I know Rachel. Thanks so much for your comment. I'm glad I haven't married yet either, I've done so many things that I probably wouldn't have done if I had that ring on my finger, but now that I'm more ready I just want to be done with the dating and the stupid games that get played.

MichelleMyBelle said...

My mom's cousin (so close I call her my aunt) had the same problem. But she also knew that she was supposed to be with someone great and would not settle for anything less. That's the key. She got married for the first time when she was around 35. He's amazing. One of his major goals in life is to go to every single temple and he's nearly finished! Definitely strive for that type of guy, because anything less just isn't good enough for you!