About The Hopeful Romantic

"theopneust: an adjective meaning 'divinely inspired.' From Greek roots meaning 'God' and 'breathe'."

“theopneust: an adjective meaning ‘divinely inspired.’ From Greek roots meaning ‘God’ and ‘breathe’.”

September 2013

My name is Ana. I’ve turned 21 and really wish I could trade my drinking rights for a daily, guilt-free pumpkin pie allowance. (Drunkenness for gluttony, nice one, Ana.) I hold my heart on my sleeve when I say that my greatest fear is becoming cynical beyond hope of repair.

July 2012

  • Tangled is the perfect movie, I don’t care what you tell me. (This actually is not a fact about me, but you need to know.)
  • I cry in just about every movie I watch. So if we ever watch a movie together, don’t ask me if I cried – I probably did. That’s just how it is.
  • I used to carry at least two books around with me everywhere. I don’t do that as much anymore. It’s not practical, you know.
  • Practical used to be my favorite/most-used word.
  • Practical is my least favorite word.
  • I like putting sunflower seeds in my spaghetti.
  • I want to follow Jesus but I actually spend more time running in the opposite direction from Him. I’m working on it, guys.
  • I drink about 2-3 cups of coffee and 2-3 cups of tea every day. But surprisingly, I am not addicted. (I’m not!)
  • Rollerblading is my favorite.
  • I haven’t seen someone rollerblade since I was twelve. Why?! It’s so much fun!
  • Bare feet is how I roll.

3 thoughts on “About The Hopeful Romantic

  1. Julia says:

    Dearest Ana, I don’t know who you are. but trust in the Lord and may He always shine His glorious and amazing love upon you. You are special and He loves you constantly. Keep working on it! In His Love, Ju.

    • Ana says:

      Julia, this is the sweetest. Thank you for the precious words of life. May the Lord bless you with even more boldness and love! Thank you, thank you, thank you. Love, Ana.

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