This is the fourth and final post in The Singleness Series. It’s been fun. In case you missed any, check them out here! --- I was sitting at dinner with friends a while back, and this question came up: What would people discover about you only after knowing you for six months? It stumped me. While I’m not exactly an open book, I’m not so mysterious, either. Upon racking my brain and coming up with nothing, I reversed the question, knowing they’d have some insights about me. S
This is the third of four posts in The Singleness Series. Stay tuned for the fourth one next Friday! --- I’m afraid I’m becoming a little too much like my namesake. Well, Jane Austen’s Emma isn’t exactly my namesake, I suppose. My parents did like the name Emily, but they couldn’t bring themselves to name their daughter Emily Dickinson. For which I’m very grateful. (Not that I don’t get called “Emily” approximately weekly…) Anyway. My mother has a deep love for Jane Austen, a
This is the second of four posts in The Singleness Series. Stay tuned for more, every Friday in November! --- So, are you working on your Single Awareness blog this week? my coworker asked. Yes, yes I am. Here we are, championing the cause for Single Awareness. I’m going to make ribbons. I’m thinking pink and blue. You interested? (Just kidding. He didn’t really mean to say that. There will be no ribbons.) So, it’s not Single Awareness Week, but it is National Vocation Awaren
This is the first of four posts in The Singleness Series. Stay tuned for more, every Friday in November! --- So there I was, having just settled into my favorite pew at the nearby chapel for a holy hour on a glorious day off. Oh yeah, I scheduled that series announcement to post on Facebook at noon today, I remembered to myself. The Singleness Series. Shoot. You know, I don’t know if I want to do that after all. Maybe I should wait until February for Valentine’s Day? That’ll
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