Category Archives: Singular Perspectives

Ramblings and the occasional rant about Single Life.

To adopt or not to adopt: that is the question.

If you’ve read my about me page or my Loving the Life I Never Wanted post, you know it’s no secret that Plan A for my life included having a family of my own as the foundation for everything else.  … Continue reading

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Why I hate singles ministries

I love my church AND I love THE church. But I hate singles ministry. Maybe hate is too strong a word since  I admit that in my many years of being labeled a ‘single adult’, I have spent very few … Continue reading

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Loving the Life I Never Wanted

When I was 6 years old, I wanted to grow up and sing like Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz.  I loved my khaki plastic record player which played my Dad’s amazing album collection, including the soundtracks for The … Continue reading

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Some Wicked Awesome Evening

I’ve been trying to organize girls weekends away to see “Wicked” in a number of cities over the past few years . . . Chicago, Atlanta, San Francisco, Memphis.  The timing never worked.   I was so excited when I heard … Continue reading

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Singular Perspective: He’s Just Not that Into You

A few nights ago, I chose to spend a quiet evening at home with a cup of hot tea, microwave popcorn, a movie and my dog Barclay. In a moment of weakness I chose “He’s Just Not That Into You” … Continue reading

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Singular Perspective: Blue Christmases

I’ve always loved Christmas.  Everything about it.  Any season that comes with it’s own soundtrack is bound to appeal to someone like me.  I also love that it comes with it’s own scents, like mulled cider, fir trees and cookies baking.  … Continue reading

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Getting to the good stuff

As you can tell from some of my earlier blogs, I’m in a season of thinking about my personal life’s conflicts. I was listening to a talk from Leigh McLeroy this morning and was inspired to share these thoughts. I … Continue reading

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