Passion is a gritty kind of love, tough and

optimistic enthusiasm that overcomes negativity and inconvenience to make it

through to the end. (10,000 Reasons Overflow)

Monday, April 20, 2009


I think I've just about had enough!

As popeye would say "i've had all I can stands and i can't stands no more".

So... I've got a few questions for you... please feel free to enlighten me. These are not all my questions... but I'd like some answers...

How many times should you feel kicked like the dog before you just run to another household?

Why is it that people who say they love you (even if they don't anymore) continue to hurt you? If they really love(d) you, shouldn't they want what's best for you?

How is it that friend A says to you... I know you'd rather be with friend B... but never makes time for you? Except when she needs something from YOU!

How is it that fathers leave their daughters?

Is it true that a son's your son until he takes a wife but your daughter is your daughter all her life?

Why is it that women play games with men, not expecting to get hurt?

Why can't being in love be easy?

Why is it that the people who say they love you, hurt you the most?

And why is it that when you eat an onion you taste it all day on your tongue?


Stacy said...

Hurt me once, shame on you, hurt me twice, shame on ME!

People are selfish.

Sometimes people are recipients in a relationship, sometimes usually ends up flip flopping with life's events.

Some men don't realize the importance of loving a little girl!

Usually men get their basic needs met, and don't need their mothers as much, once they have a wife. Women are relational in a variety of ways, and even when they become someone's significant other, they still need their core relationships, such as that with their mother.

The women that play games, are probably the one's that have been hurt the most, and find it difficult to engage in a meaningful relationship.

I'm the wrong person to answer a question about love being easy!

People hurt the one's they love the most, because they assume they'll be forgiven.

Onions have layers, Margie, didn't you watch Shrek?

Mrs. Mac said...

Wow Margie, I think Stacy beautifully answered most of your questions. I guess I've been settled (nearly thirty years) to have even asked some of these thought provoking questions. My mind is always preoccupied with what to fix for breakfast, lunch and dinner ... how many loads of laundry to wash today ... what needs to be done in the garden ... how many toilets should I clean today ... type of trivial stuff. You are a woman that has deep heart strings that are pained one day and euphoric the next day. I pray the Lord enhances your life one day with the perfect helpmate ... don't worry so much at this time of your life ... your daughter is first priority (under God) on your laundry list. Much love and warm hugs,