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“Dilbert” Creator Scott Adams Compares Women Asking for Equal Pay to Children Demanding Candy

For being uncorked this blog is barely dripping! Slow drops like molasses, or crystalized honey. Here is something I was reading today: ‘Dilbert’ Creator Scott Adams Compares Women Asking for Equal Pay to Children Demanding Candy This view of the … Continue reading

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Quivering Daughters: 5 Stars

Hillary isn’t talking about how “some” daughters are abused, but the reality that being part of the system itself IS the abuse! via Quivering Daughters: 5 Stars. I am so happy for creation of this book. Sometimes how I feel … Continue reading

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All-Hell-Will-Break-Loose

Babywise, our teacher told us, was what Bill Gothard required her to teach. As a practicing midwife she had serious reservations about doing so. She had made an appeal to Mr. Gothard to stop recommending it but he refused. She … Continue reading

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Afghanistan: Self-Immolation by Women Still Common – TIME

Fawzia felt like she had no way out. Married off to her cousin at age 16, she had been beaten routinely by her husband and in-law via Afghanistan: Self-Immolation by Women Still Common – TIME. As a homeschooling daughter I … Continue reading

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The Romance of Home-Keeping

This borrowed home, all cozy and academic, arouses sentimental feelings. It is the house of my ideals: organized, clean, healthy food, good use of a small space, real art, literature, quality music and movies, a learning environment and close relationships between … Continue reading

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Borrowing House

Borrowing someone’s house while they are gone is an interesting experience. Especially if they have a lot in common with your home of origin. The apartment we have parked in belongs to a homeschooling family and their bookcases overflow with books, books I … Continue reading

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