Hey, hey. Whadya say?

These are your comments. Keep ’em coming.

IN RESPONSE TO… Let’s Be Frank… Married Woman #2, May 25, 2011
“Jenn says: What an inspiring love story. It is not all pretty but what is? That is what makes it beautiful.”
I agree. I’ve known this woman for many years, and I love her to pieces. She’s always been a role model for me, whether she knows it or not.

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IN RESPONSE TO… The Melting Spoon (Or, A Chocolate Poop Kind of Day), June 2, 2011
“Jenn says: I glad you could see the beauty even in a cloudy day. I myself like couldy days, they bring about expectancy. You never know what my happen, it may rain or just get blown away. Not knowing is a gift in itself, just think of all the things you don’t know and you don’t stress over them. Be like a duck and let it roll off your back.”
I love happy endings. I search for them, and find them, often.

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IN RESPONSE TO… “Matchmaker, Matchmaker”, June 3, 2011
“Jenn says: You can change the names to yours and Gods. Maybe you thinking of that song for days was His way of asking if your sure you want a guy in your life? Make sure your prepared.”
I like that idea! And yes, I’m sure. I just don’t think it’s time yet. This journey has just begun.

“Cris says: When I prayed for God to bring me a husband, I certainly didn’t expect it to be a 34 year old (shaved head)nuclear reactor operator who lives in MIssouri with his four daughters. I was thinking an early 40′s (dark haired) bond trader from Oregon, perhaps? But, on all the essentials-shared faith, values, beliefs, needs and Love Languages, God matched me with Wes. Maybe that bond trader is still available..? Thanks for sharing your journey.”
You’re welcome. Good luck on your own journey.

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IN RESPONSE TO… Pray Without Ceasing, June 4, 2011
“Jenn says: Writing down what you would like and praying for it is great, just make sure you let God have the final say in the matter.”
You should know me better than that by now. I’m not at all telling God how to do things. I’m willing to edit the list abundantly if I need to. But I find it interesting that the lists were very similar considering they were written practically decades apart. God is still leading. And that makes me happiest of all.

“Kate Evans says: We can ask for what we think is right for us but God will always give us what He knows is right for us. All I ask is that next time, I find someone who is truly understanding of me.”
Kate, that’s a perfect prayer. I will pray this for you, my friend!

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IN RESPONSE TO… Comment Commentary: June 6, 2011
“Jenn says: Just know I am always proud of the woman you are. I am always up for an adventure. As far as getting tounge- tied, don’t worry about it. If the guy is really the one he will find it adorable. I did/do it all the time. When I first started dating my husband I once told him “I’m so stuffed I could eat a pig” Nice, uh?”
Thank you Jenn. As silly as it sounds, that’s kind of inspiring. ;)

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IN RESPONSE TO… Ten Places to Travel To [Main Page, Tab Under ‘Tenfold’]
“Kate Evans says: No Toronto? There are way too many places I want to see for me to make a list of only ten. Right now my list is pretty much anywhere that’s not Connecticut, I need to get out and see something new.”
I actually thought of putting Canada on the list, but I was afraid of being stalker-ish again. I could change NYC to “NYC and Surrounding Area” to include New England and Toronto. We could meet! ;)

“Jenn says: I would switch Irland for Hawaii.”
I’m starting to think that I limit myself far too often.

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IN RESPONSE TO… Monday Match-Up Report, June 6, 2011
“Jenn says:
O.k. So guy 1 was a little creepy, but maybe guy 2 really just speaks that way to every one. Like saying hi pal or buddy. I know a lot of people that do this, people that I just met will has hon or sweetie. Not everyone will be thinking the same way you do in regards to endearment. Guy 3, well he may not have a lot of self-confidence or you could look at it this way he is not very prideful. Guy 4 maybe a little forward but at least you know he wouldn’t beat around the bush. Just thought I would give you the positives on these people. Good luck in Vegas.”
I realize I’m a bit more old-fashioned, but I really do want my man to call me honey, and no one else. Because when he says it, I want him to mean it.

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IN RESPONSE TO… Question: Love v. Romance [Main Page, Tab Under “Let’s Talk”]
“Jenn says: Romance is what two people do, where as love is what keeps those same to people together when there is no romance. Romance: Moonlit walks, picnics, date nights. Love: Holding each other even though your mad, working through conflict, taking care of a sick spouse. The two can work together but love does not NEED romance. Just my opinion.”
I agree. :)

“Cris says: Ok, I will make this short and sweet: Romance is when a man acts like the man of your dreams. Love is when he acts like the man of your prayers.”
Thanks, Cris. I like this.

Comment Commentary: July 5, 2011
What Happens in Vegas (and surrounding areas)... [Part One]
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