Thursday, July 30, 2015

The push to put all women in the same box

Parents nowadays send their kids to public school to be indoctrinated with socialism, among other things. Kids obey their parents and do whatever is required of them.

What's worst is that women's accomplishments are never enough for some people. They want all women in the workforce, paying taxes, whether they are married or not. The women who are homemakers are considered outcasts and objects of ridicule.

As a homemaker, I went from preschool to university, and held a whopping 18 jobs. Did I mention I also sang with orchestra? I consider myself quite accomplished yet I get insulted wherever I go, go figure.

I am my own person and I do whatever I want. No one should harass another person and force her into something she does not desire for herself.

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Life after school

If you're like me, you probably didn't like your school experience. I suffered from bullying and endlessly changing schools for different reasons. I was taught to be like a boy and have a big career. In high school when I talked about going maybe into a nutrition program, the school councelor said only science was viable. When I switched to music, my father was upset.

There's more to life than school. That music program enabled me to teach and make a little money out of it. It is also how I met my husband, so I have no regrets.

I am more than done with school. I am happy at home, enjoying life with my husband and two male cats.

Monday, July 13, 2015

Rambling

Well I hope you homemakers out there enjoy my blog, I sure enjoy writing it.

We must have thick skin in order to fight against society's prejudices. Don't listen to others who want you to work in factories or other ungodly settings: we are our homes' heart and soul and we support our husbands in their endeavours. What happens in a marriage is between the married people, it is none of other people's business.

I get maybe 50 times a week I am not kidding nosy people asking me where I work. Ladies, I am exhausted. I read other homemaking blogs and they encourage me in my calling.

God did not create women and men the same way. Again, I had jobs but they were very demeaning. I prefer to stay home.

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Do you care about others' opinions?

It upsets me that some people, strangers and aquaintances, that don't know me from the time I was born, like to point out my flaws and tell me what to do.

I've had many health issues and surgeries over the years and had to get treated. I gave my money to those people and they treated me badly in return.

I don't get it anymore. It seems like only my husband loves me for who I am. Others may be jealous of my lifestyle?

I have accumulated many accomplishments in my life and one of them is being married for nine years.

Do you care about others' opinions?

Friday, July 3, 2015

Happy holidays

Whether you're in Canada or the USA this July, I hope you are all having a great time celebrating!

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Happy Father's Day!

This holiday has got me thinking on a few issues such as names and gender.

There's been a latest celebrity trend in naming girls with boy names. I so don't think it's a good idea. What is wrong with a correct gender name? There's been Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis naming their daughter Wyatt, then Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds naming their daughter James and Jack and Lisa Osbourne naming their kid Andy.

These girls are going to grow up probably teased by others. And what about that couple that named their kid Storm and wouldn't reveal the gender, raising him or her genderless?

We shouldn't feel ashamed of being who we are born to be...

Saturday, May 23, 2015

The cost of living

Why does it cost so much just to live on Earth? My parents used to rent when they were younger and then spent money on two mortgages. I left the nest at 24 to get married and here we are, 9 years later and 4 different rental apartments...

Then there are monthly bills such as utilities, phone, Internet, insurance, car, clothing, gas, furniture, appliances, food, medication etc. Life is much different for me now than it was growing up. My hubby left his family house when he was 21 and he has been renting ever since. You do what you have to do I guess.

I just find it annoying that you have to pay money just to live some place, but it is what it is I guess. You cannot leave this Earth with money, it is a fleeing thing.

I am proud of us and everything we have accomplished as a couple. I love my parents but I would not want to impose on them financially.

I am sure the other men I had frequented before my marriage would not have done everything my husband has done for me. He is a sweet, remarkable man that protects me and supports me.

I think many people are in bad relationships and hence why feminism and all that independent thinking has emerged. Some miserable people just don't want me or other happy people to be happy hence why they love to put us down for being home managers.

Okay well this is a novel! I hope you are all enjoying your sweet home life. Hopefully it is stress free or close enough to be!

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

7 Myths About Housewives

http://www.yesmagazine.org/happiness/seven-myths-about-housewives-debunked

This is great!

Monday, May 4, 2015

Your comments make my days!

Just a quick note to say that I read all your comments and they really help me and soothe my soul, so thank you!

Sunday, May 3, 2015

My decision, my life

It's fascinating to me how my decision to be a homemaker seems to offend or affect others I meet. How exactly does my life decisions affect them? I don't tell others what to do as their lives do not concern me.

I don't steal and I don't take money from other taxpayers. My husband is more than capable of working for a living, and he would work regardless of me.

Most people that seem offended are married working ladies. They seem to be the most stressed and easily lash out at my personal decision. It speaks volumes about how they feel about theirs I think.

What do you think?