If they aren’t taken, they are in hiding. Where do you find a good guy? When I think of meeting single, godly, handsome men, I think of the last time I played hide & seek with my nephew.
Two years ago my nephew Jaden came to visit me in California. I love when he visits me! A few of us decided to play hide & seek. At first I hid in easy to find spots because I wasn’t sure how good he would be at the game. We took turns hiding and for the last round, I got to hide. I am good at hiding.
I found the best spot ever! I snuck into the office and managed to wedge myself under a side table that had a table linen on it.
I actually didn’t think that my spot was that good, at first, but after hiding for 30 minutes and still not being found, I realised it was a very good spot.
The “seekers” came in and out of the room twice, but didn’t find me. Once my nephew even lifted up the table cloth, but I lifted up my feet so he wouldn’t see me. Finally they were sick of looking for me, they walked around the house yelling, “Linds, time to come out now.” When I came out and told them where I was hiding we all thought it was funny.
Sometimes meeting men feels like our game of hide & seek. It doesn’t matter who you are, where you live, or what your type is, it always feels like men are in hiding. It often seems like “all the good ones are taken.”
Although I don’t expect to find a good, godly, handsome man in my closet, I do think it should be easier to meet each other.
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Lindsey N. Isham
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