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I am. Yup, I am single. Not taken, not engaged, not married, and certainly available. But that's not the point of this post. The point of this post is my commitment to staying single until the Lord gives me the spouse He meant for me. And until that time, I shall be patient and do whatever the Lord asks me to do, be thankful for everything that's gone my way, and everything that's still going to come my way.

I'd like to thank everyone who's been supportive in this time of transition, and especially to Yannie for understanding. I hope everything goes well in her life, and that she will remember me as the person who tried to get her started with her walk with the Lord.

I'm actually just sneaking this in, and the schedule and deadlines aren't moving farther, so I better get to working.

CHill...

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  1. i'm sure there is someone out there waiting for you... and when you found her, you'll say.. "it's worth the wait"

    good luck dean! wag masyadong magpakageek! heheheh

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  2. Maui!!!

    Thanks. :) I'm not in a hurry, and I have no plans yet of getting into a relationship soon. Too many things going on with my life, I can't afford to screw anyone else's.

    Thanks for the encouragement! :)

    And for the record, I AM a geek. :D Mahirap na baguhin yun, at accepted ko naman na. :)

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