If you are married and are going to be around DC for the next four Sundays, don’t forget to come and join me and the other married couples for a four weeks long class I’m giving on the topic of sexual intimacy at the International Ethiopian Evangelical Church (IEEC) in DC.
I have to tell you this because I know you love to read this kind of story.
I’m now at the hair salon. So when I drove to come here, I stopped at one of the traffic lights which is like three quarters away from the hair salon. You know how you stop at the red traffic light and look at your right and left side to see who is next to you. So, as the drivers next to me look at me and I at them, I realized that there was something in my car for the people next to me might be interested to stare at.
It was like two or three years ago. I was pumping gas when I heard someone saying “hello”.
I looked up to see who that was. It was the guy across me. I said to myself, “Okay, I don’t know you” after I respectfully responded back to his greeting with a quick head nod. He continued and said something to complement me in ways I didn’t feel comfortable to say “Thank you” for. But not to be rude, I smiled. Well, he continued saying something and I totally ignored him.