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Sunday, August 06, 2006

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lizardek

Oh Samiam, you gave me chills with this one.

tinker

Heartbreak though it may have been at the time - it sounds like, ultimately, that break-up was a blessing to be counted!

Paris Parfait

This is a great "what might have been" story. I'm so glad things worked out for you the way they have, rather than the way they could. Lovely post!

keith

Let's face it - you "escaped". Now give your thanks and look back and yawn, understanding all the while that you were led by the spirit to where you are nurtured and there is no going back. You are able to "see" the dead end that so many of our country church experiences every Sunday and the lack of enlightenment that is alive and well in the church today.

Congrats - you made it.

keith

Let's face it - you "escaped". Now give your thanks and look back and yawn, understanding all the while that you were led by the spirit to where you are nurtured and there is no going back. You are able to "see" the dead end that so many of our country church experiences every Sunday and the lack of enlightenment that is alive and well in the church today.

Congrats - you made it.

la vie en rose

they always say hindsight's 20/20. when you're in the middle of the drama and the heartache it's so hard to think, maybe this is for the best. isn't it great when the universe confirms that, yes, it was taking care of us all along... i feel this way ALL the time when i think about my ex-husband. at the time my divorce totally sucked! TOTALLY. but now i trully believe it was the best thing to ever happen to me.

Lori-Lyn

What a powerful post. (You must think I'm stalking your blog. I've been lurking for a while but lately, I feel the urge to comment on everything that you write. I love it here!)

Rebekah

Thank God you were rejected by that boy - sweet and dedicated as I'm sure he is to his way of life and way of worshipping. There was more for you... more questions, more challenges, deeper truth. God did not want that mind of yours to be stifled in all its glory. That other life was definitely not for you!

kerry

your last question and the fact that you aren't standing at that window waiting for that makes me believe that everything does happen for a reason.. that you are at the windows you are meant to be at.

Marilyn

Remind me to never sing around YOU! (You're mean!) :) I love where you went with this prompt...and I adore the last line. I can't tell you how many weddings I attended when I was still in my teens...high school sweethearts gettin' hitched left and right. I never understood how someone could think the FIRST was necessarily the BEST. Out of all those marriages, there are countless divorces...and only one couple still together. "Robert" did you a big favor by breaking your young heart...and thank God he did.

Serena

The thought of an alternate reality like that made me nauseous. I, too, have done the 'what-ifs' when hearing of old boyfriends, and I'm with you on being thankful that God sure knows what he's doing.

Lisa

Great post. I'd have to agree with everyone else that you are better off that he broke your heart. What if's worst case senerio could have ben you would have never been truly able to be you. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Bethany

Hehe....Sam dear. I never told you anyone was in jail! Did I? If I did, I forgot who... You make me look positively catty!

Poor "Robert". Of course, I think you know how I feel about him! :D

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