18 December 2008

Behold, I have subdued this fierce and lawless female and it does my bidding

I mean, I know I'm a housewife? But being described as one kind of makes me feel like a gerbil.

6 comments:

Pr. H. R. said...

When searching for your title on Google, it suggests:
Did you mean: Behold, I have studied this fierce and flawless female. . .

+HRC

Gauntlets said...

I was thinking about this just this morning. Gerbil, shrew, home economist. It's all diapers and laundry in the end.

My biggest goal these days is to keep from looking and acting like a rodent. Squeak.

Rebekah said...

Pr HR, that's the best advice you've gotten all week.

Reb. Mary said...

Escaping this cage and hiding in the walls, only coming out to eat at night does have a certain appeal...

By all means, let's be fierce and flawless females one and all.

Melissa D said...

Yes, fierce and flawless! I too feel the same way when I call myself a housewife...what occupation do you have? Housewife!

Joy said...

I think it's one of those things you're allowed to say about yourself, but other people aren't allowed to say to you--like being fat. I'm all for calling a spade a spade, but let's esteem one another as Christ esteems us.

Housewives RULE! We have eyes in the backs of our heads and multi-tasking skills that only a mother can have. We can gorcery shop WITH the kids and NOT forget anything on the list. And for all the PWs who attend church faithflly with no help in the pew, and then have to listen to their friends' bogus excuses about not attending because the husband was out of town... Well, cheers. Kudos. Keep it up, sistahs.