Sometimes you have to make mistakes in order to see what works.
An an Unintentional Valentine's Day Post.
“Too many girls and women struggle with body image issues and I wish I could do more to encourage them and save them the unnecessary emotional pain.” —Lauren Sampson
The second worst date of my life solidified for me that I have fairly good instincts when it comes to dates.
Meet the friend who started this whole dating frenzy.
I don’t want to date anymore!
During the second round of Frog Hunting, I discovered the dating app was a great distraction from the gym.
While I am far from an expert at dating, there are two things at which I am an expert: unrequited love, and getting rid of guys I don’t want to date.
That kept me from reaching for my phone to see how soon I could leave without being rude.
I secretly hoped we’d fall in love, get married in this same church, and it would be one of those epic church romances everyone talked about for ages.
In preparation for the return to dating apps…I began reading a book that is quite the opposite of the book that ruined every Christian dater between the ages of 29 and 39.
In Seminary, in many classes, professors had us stand up and say, “I am not the Christ.” Though I felt silly doing this exercise, I still experienced the magnitude of admitting out loud that I am not God.
The One in Which I Saw Thomas Jefferson get Punched in the Face
I never, ever could have predicted this part of the story.