Monthly Archives: September 2011
The general attitude of Americans of the nineteen fifties and before considered a woman a submissive servant in need of her spouse’s protection. Females had a role in which they took care of the house and the husband took care … Continue reading
Miss Her when you are apart. Cherish Her when you are together. One means little without the other.
When asked for your defining characteristics, do you say “white male, six foot two, two hundred twenty pounds, brown hair, green eyes?” That’s fine if the description is to help someone pick you out of a police line-up. But when … Continue reading
I’m not a big one for re-printing other people’s stuff as a rule, but a woman named Maria posted a little thing on Facebook that is so in tune with this blog’s purpose that I felt I had to send … Continue reading
This one is for all the shes who would be Her. Women have faced a problem since, well, since forever. Why, regardless of the number of relationships, do the same problems arise? How many of us have heard a woman … Continue reading
I lost a friend today whom I’d never met. He was just going to work and the sky fell in on Him. I’ve missed Him the last ten years, at every Saturday afternoon barbecue and Sunday football game. I lost … Continue reading