One quote really stuck out in my mind, so I’m going to end my review by quoting Lisa: “It may not be the story you expected, but God never drops the ball. Wait for your story to unfold, and do your part in crafting it.” Probably a necessary antidote for the generation most damaged by the I Kissed Dating Goodbye evangelical subculture.
Some you’ve inherited, some you’ve simply bought—hook, line, and sinker—and some you’ve made up yourself. Also, there's a bit of Milennial-slagging (so entitled! ]) and she comes dangerously close to blaming feminism for why she's not yet married/her sense of an overall lack of respect for marriage; I AM JUST NEVER HERE FOR THOSE TWO THINGS.As an employee at a luxury brand shop, she is surrounded by luxury products, but has none of her own.Although her age and socio-economic class make her an unattractive bride in the "marriage market," Jang-mi still wants to find the right man to marry, because her greatest fear is being alone.It’s understandable that a man would not want this stress added to his life from a woman he’s dating. I hate dealing with people whose lives are a mess, even if some of that mess is not initiated by them. It’s not the setbacks, but how we deal with them that makes our life full of drama or not.I know some people have little control over their some of their circumstances, but you always have control over how much negative situations affect you.For example, a gal pal has an overbearing, inappropriate boss.