Jack Mefford, principal of Lighthouse Christian Academy, doesn’t only teach. He preaches, administrates, swims, plays water polo, coaches soccer, makes movies, raises four kids and…
Maybe it would be shorter to list the things he cannot do. Did I say he double-minored and played trumpet in UCLA marching band?
“Money doesn’t mean anything,” he said. “When I was a youth and didn’t know God and prayed to see if he was real, the first thing I asked Him was for love and the second was a purpose in life. He has given me both – my purpose is here serving the kids.”
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Yesterday I posted about the merging of two souls in sensual bliss. I stated that nothing was more beautiful. After last night, I have learned that an even deeper connection is possible. Is this what true love feels like?
How close can two souls truly be?
Time will tell. In the meantime, I look forward to connecting on so many levels with this wonderful man.
There is a song by Julia Michaels that includes the following lyrics: “They say, “All good boys go to heaven” But bad boys bring heaven to you. The song is titled “Heaven” and is played as the third and final single from the soundtrack to the film Fifty Shades Freed (2018).
I have found that 50% of the time, this is true. Wouldn’t it be though? Either the love interest is or is not a bad boy and is or is not capable of bringing heaven to you.
Here is what I am learning: Good boys are also fully capable of bringing heaven to you and I’m not talking strictly sexually, either.
I wasn’t really looking for someone for a relationship. I was looking for someone to talk to besides my kids. Adults need adult conversation. I utilized Facebook Dating and Hinge to surf through the sea of men seeking…
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