The dating game has changed since our parents were dating. In college, my dad would go on a date with a different girl every weekend and that was the norm. If you did that now-a-days, you would be called a player.
I, myself, am guilty of waiting for a missionary. But I do not feel guilty.
While waiting for him, I will admit I spent some time pondering and thinking about what our future would be like once he returned home. But at the end of the day, I knew his heart laid in the service of the Lord and I supported that.
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