Well I decided this quite some time ago and remembering why I did is going to take some brain power.
*adjusts thinking cap*
I don't plan on getting married. Why? There are a lot of reasons. Number one being that God gave me a compassionate heart. Basically, there are several things I want to do with my life: Move to Africa to work with Invisible Children, open a home for pregnant teenage girls, the list goes on. I guess I think that if I was to get married, I'd be distracted from all the goals God has put on my heart to accomplish. If I have to take care of a husband, that'll just slow me down.
Numero deux. My favorite character in the Bible is Paul (formerly Saul, went blind, you know the story). I want to be like him, and all of Jesus's other disciples. They never got married; they dedicated their whole lives to bringing people to Christ. When He left us, He gave us one final command, "Preach the gospel to all nations." And to put it short, that's what I want to do.
And finally, I don't think there is a guy good enough. I'm not saying that in a depressed way, like, "Oh ehm gee I need a boyfriend or I'll die." No. Just the opposite. I'm very content in my single stage and I plan on staying this way. Plus, what guy would be willing to live in a house full of bi-polar pregnant teenagers? No guy I've ever met. That's not to say that there isn't a guy; there might be. But until God brings him to me, I'm sticking with this mindset.
You probably think I'm insane right? Well this is just for now. If my Designer decides to bring me a guy, who's a sold-out, passionate Jesus follower, funny, smart, respectful, and willing to go along with EVERY SINGLE ONE of my insane life plans then fine. I'll change my mind. But I'm not going to spend my whole life waiting for the dude. He can come to me.
So there. I think I explained it well enough. Ask any questions below, I'm ready to answer :)
*Random fangirl moment*
If the perfect guy for me also happens to look like this . . .
I won't object.