Weird but happy

Weird but happy
I know this sounds un-progressive and un-emancipated, (doesn’t it?) I am grateful to the women’s movement, but I think it has swung too far Gone the way of the labor union, you know?

out of balance.

I’ve seen it hurt a lot of women and children.

missing their kids and fighting their husbands about chores and tired all the time and never having Romance And not having time. and a lot of kids missing their mommies and not having anyone to teach them right from wrong who loves them (although we try our best on this one) So we live on hubby’s income, which involves many temporary sacrifices. We’re happy.

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