Singleness

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The ultima Thule


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I had book club at my house Friday night. The deal is that when you host you get to choose the book. I always feel a certain amount of angst over this because I feel like my book choices are eccentric, but I chose The Course of Love by Alain de Botton. The truth is

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A Valentine’s Day blooper


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I ducked out for a latish lunchtime walk and dash to ALDI for lunch supplies today, after finishing a booklet that needed to be printed before tomorrow (I am having a lot of fun with InDesign – I said to the Bishop I was making it for, ‘I didn’t want to overdo it, but I

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Leaving the pen in God’s hands


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My attention was snagged by this article from Eternity Magazine that came up in my Facebook feed a week or so ago. I have thought on and off about going online (though definitely not on Tinder) – to see if I couldn’t find a nice Christian man; one who might appreciate getting to know someone and having

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Looking for contentment


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Contentment can be a word you get very accustomed to hearing as a single person. So I found this article on what precisely it is helpful. (Then I got to thinking that the very fact that we more often charge one group of people in a particular set circumstances, namely the never married singles, with

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