Lately I’ve had the pleasure of attending a traditional Catholic wedding, the latest I’ve seen in a long, long time. The last time was when I was a young flower girl so my memories are very fuzzy. The heavy sentiment that a wedding brings, the mix of the tension waiting for a late bride, feeling…… Continue reading The Long Walk Of Contemplation To The Altar
Oh yes, I’m a child of divorced parents. Oh no, I’m not religious at all. As I do not like the idea of single parenting, one of the main reasons that it resulted from is the fact that I am just not for divorce. Let me clarify: No-Fault Divorce. That thing from the seventies definitely…… Continue reading D is for Don’t, D is for Divorce: Nasty, Horrible And Often Unnecessary
Today I actually feel especially proud of myself. I had knitted a couple of pieces for a fundraising event and donated them myself, even when I wasn’t a part of the event. When I found out about it, I went straight to knitting until I had a couple of things for them. The organisers were…… Continue reading The Distinguished Generation Vs The ‘Me’ Generation: What I Learned From The Distinguished
If you asked me what my favourite show of all time is, in terms of romance, it definitely would not be I Love Lucy. It would be Bewitched or I Married Joan. I can’t quite pick one. Surprisingly. I know. I Love Lucy is probably the most iconic of 1950s TV couples, a married…… Continue reading Do I Love: I Love Lucy?
In Australia and many other countries, this Sunday is the special Mother’s Day, which to me is a somewhat bittersweet time. All the imagery of smiling mothers, feminine gifts and flowers make me a little melancholy yet hopeful at the same time. As some of you would know, I was raised by a single father,…… Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day: Maybe One Day For Me?
Many of you would notice here that I use the same sort of style for the images that I pair with my blog posts. Sometimes they are easy to find, at others they are quite difficult as I want them to truly reflect the message or at least the title of my post. However, one…… Continue reading The Slander Of The Retro Woman In Modern Times
I notice I’ve been quite prickly lately! There seems to be plenty of things to be prickly about, in my defense. Things just keep happening one after another, it seems these SJWs are burning plenty of calories ruining society but not enough to improve their fatty bodies. The mysteries of life. However, on to…… Continue reading Growing Old Together: The Ultimate Dream That Has Become A Rarity
Guess which group of people I’m talking about? Feminists! No prizes for any correct guesses, since this is so easy a child can guess it. When it comes to whining about traditional values, feminist harpies are always doing it best. The author of this HuffPo article, Natalie believes marriage should no longer be considered an…… Continue reading When You Become So Bitter That You Think Getting Married Is Not An Accomplishment
I definitely do not like feminists, everything they touch, they just seem to ruin. One of the main things I truly like that they have ruined are…men. M.E.N. Men. The pillars of our society, the strong and brave who protected us during the wars, faced some of the biggest dangers in life. They fathered…… Continue reading Real Men Wanted: $$$ Reward
Recently, I’ve been watching a show that I used to criticise due to my lack of knowledge about it: Married At First Sight. This is an Australian reality show that features couples that first meet each other at the altar, having been arranged together by psychologists, neuropsychologists and relationship psychologists. At first, I really thought…… Continue reading Married At First Sight?: When Age & Desperation Sinks In