“Meme Fail” Part 2–worst advice anywhere

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

Miley Cyrus, may I have five minutes?

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?

One parent’s response to Time’s “The Childfree Life”

"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”