“It would be so nice if something made sense for a change.” Alice…in Wonderland
Please put on your sarcasm detector. If it’s missing or broken, do not click play! That is all. Happy Father’s Day, dads! Thanks for all you do.
Last weekend, I had the chance to share a room with my sister again as neither of our husband’s could make my nephew’s graduation. (Top 10%, thank you very much.) Because of some other stuff going on, we were talking about how truly blessed we were to grow up in a family with a loving, […]
Glenn Reynolds, (AKA the Instapundit) and Ann Althouse are having a blog post exchange on the rights and responsibilities of men and women when it comes to sex and parenting, particularly what rights men have when it comes to the children they father. It began with cases of unaccidental pregnancy and the rights and responsibilities […]
For many years, my dad owned a small business, an auto-electric shop. I worked there through much of my teenage years. I started cleaning, and eventually did the books and delivered parts. I learned a lot from my father in our home, but I probably learned more in the shop. Dad would patiently explain what […]
Language is a good indicator of what a culture values. For example, our dictionary definition of mothering is “the nurturing of an infant or small child by its mother.” Parenting means “the rearing of children.” Fathering means “a male parent.” Mothering is highly valued and appreciated in our culture; when people are sick or […]
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