WHEN YOU LEAST EXPECT IT




So you’ve spent the majority of your life pursuing your career. I know, I know….a relationship here and there. It’s not like you haven’t known love, but it was never a priority. “I’m not worried. It will come when it comes.” At least that’s what you told yourself. You’ve been married. Unfortunately, you married when you didn’t have a clue. “Relationship, now how does that work?” The simple questions we ask ourselves when we’re alone. Not expecting to know the answers. Man, if only you knew what you now.

Everyone has advice. The best place to meet someone. How you should meet them. Who you should meet; who is perfect for you. The people that should know you don’t really know you. And they certainly don’t know your taste in a mate. We are part of a society that discounts someone making a conscious decision to be single. I know you’re willing to take applications, but not everyone needs to apply. You like what you like. Here’s the funny thing; when you meet your match they usually don’t look or act like you would have expected. They aren’t the model chick that you just knew you were going to be with, or the billboard or magazine guy that you secretly fantasized about. As always, they aren’t perfect, but they are perfect for you.

Some of the best relationships I’ve seen are the ones where they started out as friends. Just like in the movies. Corny as all get out but true; there is something about falling in love with your best friend. √The respect is there. (Check) √The love is there. (Check) √The friendship is there. (Check) √The communication is there. (Check) And they somehow understand you better than anyone else. You have your inside jokes that only the two of you share. When you’re diligently looking, or stalking someone on Facebook it never happens. You find love where you’d least expect it.


“The right man for me will speak to the GOD in me and we’ll have a conversation that only GOD could dictate. Please stop waiting around and putting your life on hold waiting for your husband or wife to find you. When I meet my husband I hope I’m doing something great and wonderful so he’ll recognize me for who I am. His! Especially designed and created just for him.” ~Veela aka Venus (via www.tellittovenus.blog.com AM I MARRIAGE MATERIAL?)
http://tellittovenus.blogspot.com/2010/06/am-i-marriage-material-not-trying-to-be.html#!/2010/06/am-i-marriage-material-not-trying-to-be.html








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