Etiquette & Manners

Toeing the Middle Line; Setting the Record Straight on Centrism

It seems like in today’s political climate, Centrists are everyone’s favorite laughing stock. Admittedly, many of them (us?) might deserve it. But I want to set a few things straight about what Centrism is- and isn’t- supposed to be. Both for fellow Centrists and those who don’t quite understand what it is.

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Gardening, Housekeeping

3 Unconventional Flowers to Add to Your Arrangements

I love having fresh flowers in the house. There’s just something about them that just brightens up the space so much. With my new Tea Room set up, it provides the perfect opportunity to finally make use of some of the flowers I have in my garden- which has led to some interesting flower arrangements! Continue reading “3 Unconventional Flowers to Add to Your Arrangements”

Marriage

Submission Doesn’t Mean Unconditional Obedience

Quite a few articles are cropping up here and there about Traditional Marriage. A disturbing number of them focus on the Wife’s obedience to her Husband, and our submission. I’d be a liar, though, if I didn’t say that many of these articles lately are putting a sour taste in my mouth. Continue reading “Submission Doesn’t Mean Unconditional Obedience”

Conservation, Photography

Oklahoma Aquarium in Jenks, Oklahoma

My Husband and I have wanted to go to the Aquarium ever since we found out that Oklahoma did, in fact, have one. We’ve made plans to go several times, but each time they’ve fallen through. This week, we finally got to go! Continue reading “Oklahoma Aquarium in Jenks, Oklahoma”

Marriage

So What if I Walk the Dog More; Setting the Record Straight on Egalitarian Marriage

Over the last few years I have stumbled across a number of articles from Traditionalists and Feminists alike, talking about “Egalitarian Marriage”. In my adventures, there seems to be two underlying trends that I’ve encountered among these articles regardless of who it is writing them: The majority of people talking about Egalitarian Marriage are unhappy with their marriages, and their authors seem to have little idea of what legitimately constitutes an Egalitarian Marriage. Continue reading “So What if I Walk the Dog More; Setting the Record Straight on Egalitarian Marriage”

Goals, Housekeeping

Necessary New Year: Lighting A Fire and Keeping it Lit

While I complain on Twitter and Facebook about how long it’s taking me to dig through, analyze, and re-post the content I had up before The Great Takedown of 2017? I’ve come to realize that removing everything from my blog has probably been the best decision I’ve made in two yearsContinue reading “Necessary New Year: Lighting A Fire and Keeping it Lit”