Holy nonsense this weekend has been rough. I have two tests next week, three math assignments, and a set of 120 Chemistry questions all due by Wednesday night. I'm honestly just on here for the distraction right now. On the plus side I go home next weekend for Easter, and I'm so ready.
However, I decided to do a book review, because I haven't yet, and I feel this is pretty important. So when I arrived at this Big ol'school of learning, I assumed it wouldn't be difficult to find the man of my dreams. That's the steryotype right? Women come to college for their MRS. degree? Don't get me wrong, that is in no way, the reason I am here. I'm completely focused on my goals and what I want to achieve while I'm here, man or no man.
Anyway, this past two semesters have been pretty eye-opening on the whole relationship aspect of life. My parents were married at the age of 18, and consistently told myself "Just get past 18, just get past 18". Well now I'm almost 20 and thoughts like marriage are a reoccuring battle. Voicing my opinion one day to a friend, she reccommended a book, that changed my entire view on being single. It's called "Lady In Waiting; Becoming God's Best While Waiting For Mr. Right" by Jackie Kendall. Now I know most of the people who scan by this humble blog aren't exactly looking for "Mr. Right", but you have daughters, grandaughters, nieces, or friend's daughters that are.
Alright enough of the distractions, back to why I'm here. Y'all have a great week!