So continuing to embrace my single-hood isn't as easy as I thought. My train was derailed by an unexpected man and I say unexpected because he was the opposite of what I'm usually drawn to. Hey I was thinking outside the box for a change, you know if you want different results you have to make different choices. What is about meeting someone new that makes you loose your balance? I got all caught up in the possibilities and the "what ifs", my rational thinking flew out the window. But no experience in my life happens without me learning the lesson behind it.

So with that said I will continue on my journey of better and brighter days and possibilities. Along? No not at all I have my biggest fan Melah "my daughter" riding shoot gun and my family right behind me and God leading the way.

Yes no "Significant Other" but at this point in my life there isn't significance to that subject. I'm letting God do his job and weed out the unworthy ones. So when the times comes for me to meet "The One" those past "Significant Others" will be so "Insignificant"
Yes! I'm going to be just fine :)

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