I love memes--I really do. Even if my first post (Read Part One here) about memes suggests otherwise. I savor the combination of font, photo, and philosophy all distilled into one quick nugget. Some are fabulous, like this one: The text doesn't have to be confined to 140 characters or less, even though politicians, Hollywood-types, … Continue reading “Meme Fail” Part 2–worst advice anywhere
Oh, my poor girl—are you really so lonely, so desperate, that you’ll do anything to get attention? You don’t have to. You can be a woman—a real woman—without becoming a prostitute, which I’m afraid is what you’ve done. You’re selling your body, but you could do so much more. First, let's put you in a … Continue reading Miley Cyrus, may I have five minutes?
"When having it all means not having children." I read that subtitle from Time Magazine’s “The Childfree Life” and I thought: When did having it all mean becoming as self-centered as the two-year-olds these non-parents sneer at? Then I thought: When did having it all become the purpose of life? I don’t think that’s a … Continue reading One parent’s response to Time’s “The Childfree Life”