One person who 'gets you'.
One person you click with.
One person to do life with.
I can't help but think that I'd be a much more interesting person if I just had that one person.
I love to travel. Have a whole bucket list of places I would love to see. But, who wants to go alone?
So, while everyone else talks about weekend trips and getaways and asks how my weekend was, all I have to offer is "It was alright."
(I tried to even go alone to a state park a couple hours away once by myself, years ago, because I wanted to go and was tired of missing out just because I didn't have someone to go with. So I bucked up, packed up a lunch and headed out. The drive there was fine. It was a beautiful Fall day. But, by the time I got there and got my lunch out, surrounded by all kinds of people there with loved ones, I choked down my sandwich and choked down tears the whole way home.) I wasn't made to do life alone.
If I had but one guy - I'd more than likely have a nice home. I'd probably have had many a sleep-over nights with my niece and nephew.
Might even have my own kids running around. A house full of craziness. But never a dull moment.
And man, how different that would be.
With just one, I might not feel like an appendage to family gatherings. I would have my own entity within it. And not everything would hinge on my sister's family. (Which I think would be a relief to them as well.)
I'd have sooo many more unforgettable moments. And someone to remember them with.
Gosh, I think... the power of just one.
But, then I think of the One I do have in my life. And the limitless power of that One. The holy One. The One who laid the very foundations of this earth. The One for whom the stars dance and sun shines. The One who both precedes and follows me. Who I can never escape from! Even in darkness, I cannot hide from Him. (Psalm 139)
It may be lonely at times. But, I am not alone.
I may feel stuck at times. But, He's stuck right there with me.
And for that One, I am eternally grateful for.