I have been informed by the most virtuous and loveliest of ladies, that my blog is “dark” and has “scary birds” and looks like a “damn cave”. See below for the before look…. YIKES!! I mean just look at it!! I had no idea I was being so offensive, so I decided to spruce things… Continue reading Climbing out of my “damn cave”
The godlies have a funny way of defining discretion. Apparently, its OK to talk about your diarrhea in public with an endless audience, but flossing in front of your husband is a big NO-NO. Don’t you dare floss in front of your husband. That is not feminine.
Lori has this busybody habit of “going from house to house” taking pictures of the ugly ones, mocking them online and making them into blog material. Here is the latest example with the earlier examples following. Have you ever thought about using your rain gutters as a garden?! 😅 A post shared by Lori Alexander… Continue reading Godly Women go “from house to house” Making Judgments and Peeking Through Windows
Step 1: Write controversial blog/facebook post Step 2: Reiterate controversial post to keep the fire going and give a second round for people to disagree or in godly speak “hate”. Step 3: Write a pity post lamenting why everyone “hates” what you write. Step 4: Make sure everyone knows you aren’t “bothered in the least”… Continue reading The Godly Formula to Get Attention
Lori today: I believe it is more egregious for women to leave their natural function than it is for men since women don’t have the strong and powerful sex drive that men have. Men have ten times the testosterone and just their anatomy and the fact that they are visually stimulated makes it more difficult… Continue reading The “Men Have a Higher Sex Drive” Myth
Lori says today: Did you know that the modern feminist movement began with three women who had terrible childhoods. “How ironic that these three intelligent women (Betty Friedan, Germaine Greer, and Gloria Steinem), none of women is currently married, have so influenced our current notions of family and motherhood” (Dr. Brenda Hunter). Because I don’t take a… Continue reading Did Betty Friedan have a Terrible Mother?
When I saw this comment and the mention of “follow your own convictions” it stuck out to me as having the same ring as the feminist/secular chant of “follow your heart”. I had planned to mention this in passing in my last post but Jeff provided the perfect quote to make a post topic of… Continue reading Follow your Heart vs. Follow your Conviction