...of it can happen to "you"

4. Lastly, never-EVER, think, say, or act as if it couldn’t happen to you.

I know we’ve all heard someone say, “Ain’t no way that would be me!” in reference to another person’s situation. I’ll even say that we ourselves are guilty of such a thing as well. It’s very easy to observe the maturation period of a friend and offer suggestions such as, “If it were me, I would…” or “Well what you need to do is…”

Of course when Anton & I married the possibility of infidelity had not crossed my mind. I mean really, we were “in love.” Our relationship had been a bouquet of fully bloomed roses, which were presented in the most beautiful vase. Their hypnotic aromatics sent me to a make-believe floral shop; first mistake, roses do not originate in man-owned & operated flower shops.

“See how the lilies of the FIELD grow.” Matthew 6:28 NIV


  1. Yeah we will say that in a heartbeat, if it were me...blah, blah, blah, and we just be talking junk just to make ourselves look good.

  2. So's so easy to judge, but we need to take a good look in the mirror sometimes...

  3. Hey, just read your comment at Jessica's. May I respectfully disagree?
    I see transparency and a willingness to help others go through what you've gone through. Not "buying" the poor me bit.
    Love you!


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