My daddy once said, "Nothing good ever comes from alcohol."
My daddy was right.
Being in college my opinion is not one that many hold but I will forever hold onto this motto that my dad wrote.
I've gone out, I watched a life flash before my eyes, the person I loved the most hurt all because of some drunk guy.
Here is the thing, Boys... I'll never be the drunk girl you take home.
Because I know my worth. I find it in Jesus.
Because you don't need alcohol to have a good time.
Because instead of looking at the bar for my husband, I'll be looking in church.
Because I don't want to be the girl you hook up with on a Friday night, but I will be the girl that makes you dinner, and I sure as heck will be a good wife and mom.
"You are missing out, live a little!"
These are the words I've heard for years from peers.
Here's the thing, my definition of fun might not be yours and there is nothing wrong with that.
There is nothing wrong with not being the girl that takes 6 shots of tequila, drinks a bottle of wine, and throws it all up afterward.
That doesn't sound like fun to me at all.
I know what I want in life. I know what I need to do to get there, and drinking until i throw up on a Friday night is not included in those plans. I know my worth and the type of man I deserve.
I will forever rather stay in cook and bake, and do a puzzle. Is that boring? Maybe.. but it's okay to enjoy this.
I'm not saying that if you do this, you can't have a plan or whatever but what I am saying is DON'T FIND YOUR WORTH IN THIS.
To the ladies....
You don't need to be that girl to fit in.
Your worth will never be found in a boy.
You're better than this.
It's okay to not go out.
Just be yourself!
Don't drink to impress a guy.
What I'm saying is that ladies no matter how much you feel pressured in college and in your twenties, you DO NOT need to prove this to people. Be a leader. Stand up for what you believe in. Stand your ground. Keep your morals. Do a puzzle on a Saturday night. Cook a man a meal instead of letting him buy you a drink.
It's okay to want to be a good wife and mom. Instead of being the drunk girl a boy takes home.
Well known for her love for Jesus, coffee, and having one arm. Sarah share's stories in her life in hope to help others. She wants you to know that,
"Our differences do not define who we are but are a part of the story that God has written for our lives."
Sarah says, " I hope that I can be someone to relate to in a world of untold real stories. Everything I write is from my heart and real."
"We are all created imperfectly perfect by God, we should be proud of our imperfections and differences, they make us who we are today but do not define us, know that you are beautiful and remind yourself of this everyday."