Now that I'm married, it's easy to forget that I once thought singleness would be my status in life….forever. And I was ok with that! But it seemed that other people were not. In an effort to comfort me for what they saw lacking (a guy) they came up with some pretty amazing comments:
“You’ll find someone else.”
"Just wait. Eventually guys will realize what they're missing and be lining up."
"You're probably not going to get asked out a lot, and that's ok. You're just so unique! You want someone who gets that."
It’s been two weeks since that day. The one that you either meet with apathy, disdain, or giddy excitement. President’s Day. Just kidding.
When you’re single, it’s easy to despise February 14th. I did my fair share of bashing, affectionately labeling it “Single Awareness Day” and wearing black in silent protest of the pink and red world I was forced to endure for a day.
Those of you lucky enough (or unlucky, depending on your view) to have a Valentine that day, you may have been frantically searching for a way to celebrate the day in a way that would somehow live up to expectations without draining your savings account.
I'm guest posting today over at Verily Magazine. This one is for all you single ladies out there wondering if you're just too much for a guy, or if it's possible to be smart, driven, AND find love.
If you're visiting from Verily, welcome!