I put on the Tony Robbins documentary on Netflix the other day as just something to have on in the background while I did chores and was surprised. It totally wasn’t what I expected. For starters I thought he was a 1980s relic and didn’t know he still had relevance. Secondly, I had no idea… Continue reading Mansy Pansy
Lori posted this on facebook yesterday. Here she is giving men a way out of loving their wives because hey they aren’t perfect so wives don’t expect your man to love you as Christ loves the church. In fact, don’t expect him to love you at all. That is just crazy and too burdensome a… Continue reading On Husbands Loving Their Wives- “Christ does not commmand the impossible” (A man tells Lori she is wrong and gets deleted).
In the hustle bustle of the morning I was reminded of the Moana Song “You’re Welcome”. Its totally a mom song and thought there must be a parody. Sure enough. Here is some morning funnies for you.
Since the settling topic has been the flavor of the week, I am dragging out this dustball I wrote in 2013. From a chapter of Womanhood and Marriage written in 1918 by Bernarr McFadden: IN the days when women were looked upon as mere chattels, owned outright, first by father and later by husband, there… Continue reading Marrying Out of a Sense of Duty
This has so many layers of interesting but what I want to zero in on is the fact that his employer confronted him at work about doing personal things (reading manosphere blogs) while on his employer’s time. Coincidentally, I had a scare at work a couple of weeks ago. One of the IT snoops sent… Continue reading Men Using Their Employer’s Time for Blog Reading = Hard Day at the Office
From this article: Through her creative and unconventional career track, Elaine has stumbled on three important facts about this all-but-lost tradition women must recover before they can begin to regain joy and pride in their work. First, women feel good about themselves when they have a craft. Women who have a skill they develop and… Continue reading Craft and Community
Dr. Helen Quotes this: Russell pointed to data that shows marriage rates increase for younger Americans in connection with salaries. Fewer than half of men between the ages of 30 and 34 who earn less than $40,000 a year are married. More than half of those who make more than $40,000 a year are married,… Continue reading 40K and 6.5