“Women are like apples on trees, the best ones are on the top of the tree. The men don’t want to reach for the good ones because they are afraid of falling and don’t want to get hurt. Instead, they just get the rotten apples from the ground that aren’t so good but easy. So, the apples at the top think something is wrong with them, when in reality they are amazing. They just have to wait for the right man to come along, the one who’s brave enough to climb all the way to the top because they value quality.” ~Author Unknown
“I’m very fond of men. I think they are wonderful creatures. I love them dearly. But I don’t want to look like one. When women gave up their long skirts, they made a grave error…” ~Tasha Tudor
“To be a mother is the grandest vocation in the world. No one being has a position of such power and influence. She holds in her hands the destiny of nations; for to her is necessarily committed the making of the nation’s citizens.” ~Hannah Whitall Smith
Women began losing it at the turn of the century when women cut their hair short, raised their skirts, to wearing the pants in the familyand now have regressed to baby-killing, endorsing promiscuity, sodomy, women’s “rights” over the rights of their children, and wanting the power and prestige of men. “We’ve come a long way baby!” Yeah, a downward spiral straight to the pit of hell.~~Heidi Carico
“One expression in Titus 2 deserves special notice. It is the word homemakers. The Greek word is oikourgous, which literally means “workers at home.” Oikos is the Greek word for “home,” and ergon means “work, employment.” It suggests that a married woman’s first duty is to her own family, in her own household. Managing her own home should be her primary employment, her first task, her most important job, and her true career.”~John MacArthur
“A woman’s heart should be so close to God that a man should have to chase Him to find her.”~C.S. Lewis
“When we traded homemaking for careers, we were implicitly promised economic independence and worldly influence. But a devil of a bargain it has turned out to be in terms of daily life. We gave up the aroma of warm bread rising, the measured pace of nurturing routines, the creative task of molding our families’ tastes and zest for life; we received in exchange the minivan and the Lunchable.”
— Barbara Kingsolver
Until next time may God bless and keep you!
Soli Deo gloria!