A (somewhat) honest look at what it's like to be a single, Christian woman in her mid 30s in Sydney who wants to remain true to the life that God has planned for her but doesn't want to let go of her dream of being in a relationship again and eventually being a wife and mother

Thursday, 16 December 2010

-340 Chistmas Day Singledom

Some facts before I begin my musings tonight...
  • I have 22 cousins
  • More than 50% of them are either married or in long term relationships
  • 5 of them are under 20 years old so even though they are in the 50% of unmarried/long term relationship they muck up my stats. So it's a lot worse.....*sigh*

If I go to the small Christmas Day gathering I am once again declaring that I am still single, unpartnered and unmarried as every single other cousin will be either with their spouses family, immediate family group or boyfriend/girlfriend's family on Christmas Day. Trouble is after I go to Church I don't really have any where else I need to be. My parent's will understand ( if I explain it properly rather than make up an excuse perhaps ) but *sigh* it requires an explanation. 

Now before you worry that I won't be celebrating Christmas, I will be. Christmas Eve is at my place this year with Devoted Dad, Marvellous Mum, Rock On Bro & His Better Half which will be great but yes, I really don't want to do the "only cousin who is unpartnered going to Christmas Day" thing again this year. *sigh* 

And to think I used to complain about having to do the drive up the coast on Christmas morning to get to lunch at The Real Ex's parent's place. The things I used to take for granted. *sigh* 

xMiss365 *sigh*


  1. Same here. I have to make an 'explanation' to the family about 'my situation' every Christmas gathering! Hmmm...now this must be planned...I've got to think of a coherent story now! Ha ha!

  2. Make it so out there that no one will quite know what to say ;) Lol!



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