Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Opinions Wanted... Needed...

Okay, ladies and gents.. I need an some advice, opinions, whatever you want to call it.. So please help a girl out, k??

Last week, after dating for a little over 8 months, me and my fiance broke up..

I'm more relieved that anything, in the end..

And it was a long time coming, if I'm honest with myself..

He's now living in Florida with his family and back with his ex-wife.. Which I knew would happen..

After a lot of soul searching, and rearranging of furniture and things, I feel ready to get back to me.. I've spent so much time trying to make him happy, and US happy, that I let myself fall to the back burner.. Well, no more..  I'm looking to make 2014 the year of me!!  I'm 30, and ready to be selfish for a while..

My opinion searching question is this:

My grandma offered to take me to Sunday School with her.. The church she goes to has a single adults class that I can go to.. I live in a small town and I'm not sure I like the idea of everyone I went to school with (and people younger or potentially older) knowing I'm single.. I am not particularly religious either, and am on the fence whether I want to jump over the fence into a "church goer" (no offense intended to people who go to church on a normal basis).. Should I just suck it up and go??  Keep going with my current spirituality and believe what I want??  Help!!


  1. I think you should keep going with your current spirituality and believe what you want. Going to church should be a decision that is based entirely on what you want to do. I believe in God but I am not a church goer. We go to church when we are in Virginia while visiting my MIL because she is very involved in her church and I usually enjoy the service.

    1. Thank you so much for your reply.. I'm leaning towards just sticking with what I am currently doing, for now.. It will always be there if I change my mind.. :)

  2. What's the harm in trying it out? If you feel comfortable, great, and if you don't feel comfortable you know it was a new experience for you.