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I Am Weird to the World, Yet Loved by God

I get called weird a lot. And the funny thing is that I never try to deny it. I accept my weirdness and let it become a part of me. As imperfect and messed up that I am, God still made me, and even if I'm a little weird to the world, I'm still loved by God. 



Things that make me weird: (If you relate, then congratulations, you're weird too : )

I have been mispronouncing Tupperware for so many years of my life, I'm convinced I'll never be able to say it right.

Capt. Picard is my favorite star trek captain

I love winter because I like to be cozy warm, but I hate being cold.

I could live off of french fries and popcorn.

Studying battles and wars is my favorite part of history.

I don't put any sugar in my tea or coffee

Reading The Hunger Games or Divergent never interested me.

I have a stronger dislike for whistling than I do for spiders.

I journal my prayers so I can go back and read them later to see the amazing things God has done in my life. 


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