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My friend said, “For example, Lizzie, I think you’d love my friend Kim. You remind me of her but I didn’t now you back then when I knew her.”
My immediate thought was, “If you only knew the things about my past (before you knew me) you wouldn’t like me.”
I almost always keep Lee’s incarceration quiet around people that I interact with in real life. At least people who aren’t my very personal extremely close friends. I don’t think everyone has to know.
But then once in awhile, I am tempted to blurt out, “My husband spent years in prison and nearly 7 years away from our home. Do you still like me?”
I guess it’s always a deep insecurity under the surface. I know that it doesn’t matter what people think about that part of our story, but I still want everyone to like me. Sometimes, if I’m honest, I wonder if some of my blog readers would like me if you knew me in real life!
I think what I need to do when faced with these insecurities, is to ask God to help me remember that pleasing Him is the only thing I need to worry about. He has accepted me and whether or not anyone else accepts me isn’t for me to worry about.
**I’m not begging for you to say you like me!! Just expounding on some thoughts.**