Anonymous commented on an older post the following: Quoting Lori Alexander: “Many in our nation has become quite lazy in the last several generation. Women would rather be on the Internet or watch TV than keep their homes clean and tidy.” “Here is an interesting point — I think she gets this from an outdated… Continue reading Upper Class Housewives vs. Average Housewives
From Lori Alexander today: “Marriage takes a lot of work, but even more so, a godly wife must set aside her natural inclination to get her needs met and instead go about meeting the needs and desires of others, especially her husband and children.” You mean like that need for provision? Here is an idea–how… Continue reading Let’s be Clear-Only Men have Needs
I realized I am getting a bit tired of constantly hearing from traditionalists “unhealthy frozen meals”. You know those awful career women who have no time to cook and rather have to turn to “unhealthy frozen meals”. So, this prompted some research—are frozen meals really THAT bad? My theory was traditionalists, like with so many… Continue reading Are Frozen Meals really that Unhealthy?
This is too good. Obviously satire, but for something to be satirized its also generally true. This is totally the antics that goes on in godly circles online.
They are hypocrites. They won’t admit this straight out, but they dance around it by saying “well, I am not perfect”. I get this to a point, but there is something about teaching and being a mentor that implies mastery. If one doesn’t have to have mastered a certain skill to be a teacher, then… Continue reading Mark of a Godly Woman #6: “Do as I say, not as I Do”