Every little girl’s dream is to grow up, marry and have lots of children. Somewhere along the way of growing up, however, that dream becomes just a dream. It vanishes as soon as they realize that being a mother is scorned on by the world. They look to the world for direction for their future. Being a mother is the last thing those girls want.
“To be tied down to a man and stay at home with his children … UGH!”
That is what the women of this world now say.
When I was nine years old, I knew that I wanted to get married and have lots of children. I was going to get married right after I finished high school and start on a family at the tender age of eighteen. As I got older and, unfortunately learned more about the world, I somehow lost sight of my dream. A darling dream now seemed like a burden.
In 2005 graduation came and went and soon I turned eighteen. I knew I wasn’t getting married anytime soon. So I thought to myself … that solves that “problem” for now. The day after I turned eighteen, I left Georgia and traveled with my brother to Chicago to work with a ministry and serve our Lord. I was there for three months and was pretty well protected from the evils of the world.
Or so I thought. [Read more…]