Single

I was at a family event recently and my four-year-old nephew was asking my mom about her wedding ring. Then he started asking everyone about their wedding ring. My brother said he had lost his. Other people showed theirs. Then he asked me. “Where’s your wedding ring?” I said I didn’t have one. “But who is your husband? Is it [name of my ex]?” No one really knew what to say. First of all, I didn’t realize he remembered my ex, because it’s been over a year But I just felt so sad. Even the four-year-old is noticing that there’s something different about me. Even he is noticing that i’m the one missing something, lacking.

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2 Responses to Single

  1. Betty says:

    Bless your heart, Broken Saints. Bless your heart. Love this post. Yes, you are different, but in God’s precious, unique way. Don’t ever forget that.

  2. Betty says:

    Love and appreciate your honesty, Broken Saint. You are beautiful and unique exactly as God created you.

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