That the reason my hair is long is because it's against our beliefs to cut it.
That I don't wear pants/jeans. I also always wear a skirt (that I made) over my leggings while running.
That I don't wear makeup or jewelry.
That I don't drink or use bad language.
That I cover my head with a scarf/veil while I pray, read the Bible or have Bible study.
That I don't celebrate most holidays.
That I don't make friends easily in person because when people look at the outside, they assume I'm going to "preach" at them or try to "convert" them, when in all reality, I just want a friend.
Now that you've read all of that, would you still be my friend even if we have different beliefs. BUT we shared other things in common like:
Indulging in comfort foods & goodies.
Playing video games.
Playing board games.
Listening to music.
Watching a good movie/show.
Spending time with family.
Going out to eat.
Being spontaneous & trying new things.
& much, much more.
And I have a huge list of things I want to do before I get too old to do them, but I won't add them now.
Yeah, what if I am that weird Christian girl?
This is who I am. Take it or leave it. (although I hope you don't leave) I've often wondered, why can't people be friends despite their differences? That's what makes us who we are. The world would be pretty boring if everyone lived, breathed, looked and acted the same.
Why do people judge a book by its cover and never attempt to look past the first page?
We all bleed red, don't we?