They ARE Out There….

Ah yes….

Continuing the theme of the banquet…

I met a young man yesterday who is handsome, employed, has faith in God, and is making changes in his career so that he can settle down, get married, and start a family. All he needs now is to meet the right woman.

Yes, my friends, they are out there.

Check out my Valentines gift to you. This could change your life.


5 responses to this post.

  1. Fawn! Thanks so much for adding my blog to your sidebar. I appreciate it and love that you have read some of what I’ve written. I’ve been meaning and meaning to tell you that I have read and enjoyed all of your posts here so much. I think it’s great fun that we can, through our blogs, see the changes ‘God hath wrought’ in us both since the days when we were wee, silly things in high school. 🙂 heh. Your old friend from MH days… Debra


    • Posted by fawngilmorekraut on January 24, 2010 at 4:08 am

      Hi Debra…. I didn’t even realize this was you, my old friend from high school. I just discovered your blog, loved it, and saw that you had linked to mine! The dots are connecting. Thanks for commenting, and for linking to me. I’m glad too that we get to re-connect in this way.


  2. Posted by kim on February 17, 2010 at 4:56 pm

    Now who’s blog is oooollldddddd, hmmmmm?


  3. Hi Fawn,
    Your blog is lovely … and I just got here!

    I am happily married yet am delighted to meet a woman who is interested in helping women and men who love God find one another to love as well. Especially here in NYC so many singles are dejected, tired of “the scene,” and find it so difficult to meet someone with compatible values. Consider yourself bookmarked!


  4. Posted by fawngilmorekraut on May 18, 2010 at 11:44 pm

    Hi Janny226….
    I’m so sorry it has taken me so long to respond to your note. Thanks so much for your comment – and the bookmark. I’m finally starting to write after a bit of a drought. I hope to post weekly.

    Singles in NYC are no different from Singles anywhere. The geography of the “scene” might change, but the frustration is universal. Whether it’s a bar or a singles group, the “scene” is still just that.

    I find that lots of times, it’s a simple but often courageous change in perspective that opens up the possibilities for singles to find each other. I wasn’t willing to hear this for many of my single years, but when I allowed my perspective to shift – to let go of the barriers I was putting up – my heart opened, I fell in love, and have been happily married since.

    I look forward to hearing from you again, and please share my blog with your friends.



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