In Evie Magazine, Alicia Bittle, married for seven years and a mother, wrote about what happened when she wore a dress every day for a month. What started out as a little experiment with a few dresses and a handful of days, has completely transformed my approach to marriage, motherhood, and femininity. What started outContinue reading “Young Mom Wears a Dress Every Day For a Month”
Women: Get married young. Age 18-20 is about right. Have a lot of children.
For a long time, I drove cheap old cars. Old, anyway. I thought they were cheap, but they weren’t. I drove two cars over 200,000 miles, in snow country which rusts them out. The New Car/Old Car question rests largely on Depreciation vs. Maintenance and Repair Costs. And, these are not much different. Let meContinue reading “Why I Now Drive New Cars”
Of all the forms of exercise that a woman can choose from — and she should choose at least one — dance, and specifically ballet, is near the top. From dance, a woman learns poise, grace and beauty, which does not happen to women to do Crossfit, or play ice hockey. Mary Helen Bowers hasContinue reading “Ballet Moms”
Lori Alexander, the “Transformed Wife,” today reaches a rare pinnacle of feminine virtue. This has not earned her many friends. I was expecting to find some fault or disagreement, over time, with her somewhat churchy, Bible-inspired approach, but that has not happened. Rather, I find that I am a quiet ally with her, against mostContinue reading “The Transformed Wife”
Unfortunately, there seems to be a population now of “eGirls” age 18-24 or so, who do all the Wifey stuff, but do not seem to actually want to become wives. The exchange seems to go something like this: “I don’t want to work at some email job. I want to get married, have children, andContinue reading “eGirls”