Monday, November 26

Cuffing Season

"All I Want for Christmas is You" . . . "Blue Christmas" . . . "Last Christmas" . . . Honestly, what are these gals expecting? A man tied up in ribbons under the tree for them?
Unfortunately, no - they have to catch one themselves. 
Or at least, they feel they do.
I think that's pretty sad.
I know it'd be nice to have someone to dote on you, to take you places, and to just be with, but - as I see it - someone you just flirt with and pick up just because you don't want to be alone probably won't stick around for the long-haul and isn't that what we want in the end?
The way I see it, you'll be saved a lot of heartache if you just wait for the right guy. 
Waiting isn't easy, but then - I know it's cliche - but great things usually aren't easy. 
I know a few girls who insist they're trusting God for everything in their lives, but they chase after guys like there's no tomorrow. 
Every time I feel like I need a guy to make me happy, I just remember that He's far more than enough to make me truly happy.
God knows what He's doing, and that's something, because most days I don't know what I'm going to do.
Sometimes I would think about how it'd be nice just to have a guy to study with and spend free time with . . . but I realized that that's very selfish. Think about it: if you don't have the time or energy to invest in a relationship, it's cheating the other person. And if you only want them around for the perks, you probably wouldn't want to stay when things get tough, either. And what if they realize the only reason you wanted them around was for what they could do for you . . . can you imagine what that would feel like? 
Unfortunately, I do. Not from a guy, but friends. Or rather, 'friends'. And people I'm very close to have felt the same, and I promise you, that will not only affect you and your significant other, but also friends on both sides. It's not something to take lightly. 
Anyway, you don't need a guy or a girl in your life to be happy, especially during the Christmas and New Years seasons. It's a time to be with good friends and your family. That time doesn't last forever - enjoy it while you can . . . with no distractions!

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