The Good Wife’s Guide: A Modern Perspective

The Good Wife’s Guide: A Modern Perspective

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If this offends you, you’re probably a selfish bitch.

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text01When your husband arrives home from work, he doesn’t want you to have prepared lettuce wrapped lentil burgers. If he’s vegan, you should have second thoughts about the marriage. Make him pork tenderloin, meatloaf or try something exotic like lamb vindaloo.

text02What woman doesn’t want to look good for their husband? He’s spent the day in the work world filled with men & plenty of other women. It makes sense to remind him that you’re the best catch.

text04If you’ve started a new scrapbooking project & the entire kitchen is covered with paper, clean that sh*t up. You’ve decided to rearrange the living room furniture? Make sure it is done before he arrives. It is less rewarding showing him projects that are half-finished.

text05Please don’t burn the house down-do not forget to open the flue. Caring for & nurturing others makes you…

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Why I Don’t Write About Marriage

I was recently asked why I never write about marriage and the roles of wives and husbands. My response is simple.

I have always heard, “write what you know” , well, I wasn’t raised by people in a loving marriage, in fact my father was married and divorced eight times that I know of. I myself have had more failed relationships than I care to admit. So, therefore, I don’t think I’m qualified to give advice on that subject.

I personally prefer to get my advice on that subject from people who have successfully been married for more than three years. The same goes with any subject, I wouldn’t want to hear someone give advice on sobriety from someone who has never done drugs or been an alcoholic. I wouldn’t want to get recipes from someone who has never turned on a stove. I definitely don’t want parenting advice from someone who has never had children. I don’t want book suggestions from someone who doesn’t read books.You get my point.

I will share other people’s articles or books on the topic I think is relevant but I’m just not going to pretend to be an expert on that matter.

So there you go, now you know.

182,711 White Children in the system

Cover Our People With Love

Some people seem to think that kids in the foster care system is a “black thing” or a “Mexican thing”, well, I’m here to tell you that it is also a “white thing”.

As of 2015, there were 182,711, white children in foster care. To me folks, that is 182,711 way too many. We owe it to our children, all of our white children to do something about our adults not taking their responsibilities as parents seriously, and what happened to “it takes a village”, these kids should be taken in by family, not taken in by government. I myself would gladly take in those kids, however, getting approved by the government to actually do that seems to be an issue.

If you know of relatives who are not doing right by their kids, why don’t you step in and do your part to prevent these kids from being lost in the…

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Sheriff’s office says woman sees video of her rape

STONE COUNTY, AR (KAIT) – A Stone County man has been arrested for raping a woman and filming the encounter, according to a news release from Sheriff Lance Bonds.

According to Bonds, a woman filed a report on Feb. 2, 2017 with the sheriff’s office. She stated that she had been beaten by Matthew Ming, 37, of Clarksville earlier that afternoon.

The victim told investigators that she went to a camper at the Sylamore Creek Campground to speak with Ming. When she arrived, “she saw a video playing in the camper”, according to the news release.

“The video depicted the victim unconscious while Ming performed sexual intercourse with the victim,” the release stated. “The victim confronted Ming about the video showing her being raped while she was unconscious.”

Deputies arrested Ming on charges of rape, video voyeurism, second-degree sexual assault, introduction of a controlled substance into the body of another person and violations of a protection order.

Ming is being held in the Stone County Detention Center on a $1,000,000 bond.

The investigation remains open.

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http://m.kait8.com/kait8/db_330534/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=8sNttVGv

As you can see, sexual predators are everywhere. Ladies, always be aware of your surroundings regardless of the environment and know how to defend yourself.

Show Us Your Beads (The meaning of Mardi Gras)

Show Us Your Beads (The meaning of Mardi Gras)

The Roper Report

Originally, the only beads given out during Mardi Gras would be those on a rosary. Today’s society has become so amoral and divorced from its religious origins that a surprising number of people have no idea what Mardi Gras is all about. For them, it’s literally just an excuse to party: to overindulge in alcohol, illicit drugs, and sex. Some of them even make an annual pilgrimage to New Orleans or Mobile to join in the debauchery. In practice the true, original meaning has been lost, and the spirit of the Holy Day has become the opposite of what was intended. Kind of like Christmas, eh?

Mardi Gras, also call Shrove Tuesday or Fat Tuesday, was the last chance to eat, drink, and be merry before lent, the traditional time when people gave up something important to them, such as cigarettes or drinking or eating meat, to mark the time…

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Mardi Gras History

 

“The origins of Mardi Gras can be traced to medieval Europe, passing through Rome and Venice in the 17th and 18th centuries to the French House of the Bourbons. From here, the traditional revelry of “Boeuf Gras,” or fatted calf, followed France to her colonies.

On March 2, 1699, French-Canadian explorer Jean Baptiste Le Moyne Sieur de Bienville arrived at a plot of ground 60 miles directly south of New Orleans, and named it “Pointe du Mardi Gras” when his men realized it was the eve of the festive holiday. Bienville also established “Fort Louis de la Louisiane” (which is now Mobile) in 1702. In 1703, the tiny settlement of Fort Louis de la Mobile celebrated America’s very first Mardi Gras. ”

http://www.mardigrasneworleans.com/history.html

SPACEX TO SEND PRIVATELY CREWED DRAGON SPACECRAFT BEYOND THE MOON NEXT YEAR

“Designed from the beginning to carry humans, the Dragon spacecraft already has a long flight heritage. These missions will build upon that heritage, extending it to deep space mission operations, an important milestone as we work towards our ultimate goal of transporting humans to Mars.”

http://www.spacex.com/news/2017/02/27/spacex-send-privately-crewed-dragon-spacecraft-beyond-moon-next-year