The man said, “This is now bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh; she shall be called ‘woman,’ for she was taken out of man.” – Genesis 2:23
I could just leave this one alone and it’d be fine, right? You know better… I won’t do that. Before I delve into this, I want to say that I believe if a woman does a man’s work, she should be paid the same amount of money for the work she does. I’ve never disagreed with that.
Why do some women try to be men? I don’t understand why there are women who think they have to dress and act masculine – when they are so uniquely female. We’re women because we can do miraculous things that men can’t – well – most women can. I can’t have babies, but that’s just me.
We’re unique in our emotions. I’m convinced that we have that extra “sense” – you know the one I mean… when you say “I have a feeling” – and you were right about something. Guys don’t do that. They just stumble around without a clue – sorry, but they do.
A man’s woman – his wife – is his helpmate – his sounding board – the one he depends on to tuck the tag of his shirt in when it’s sticking up in the back – you know the one I mean. I cut them out – permanent solution – it’s how I roll.
It’s not even so much about the roles in the house – in our house my husband is the cook because I don’t know how to boil water. I can write a five-page essay on why dogs have certain habits – but I can’t do a thing in the kitchen. So guys… just because a person is female, it doesn’t mean she’s automatically a good cook.
One thing women LOVE to do is… STAMP. Yes… we love to stamp! I typically do everything digitally these days, but I did find this to be very interesting.
Women are just here to help. My husband doesn’t need as much help as some men. He was a bachelor for 15 years before we married, so he’s pretty self-sufficient. He does his laundry and I do mine. But I’ve had opportunities to help him through the years – and I think those times bring us closer together.
Women are uniquely qualified for many things because God made us special. God did not want man to be alone. He knew they needed help. Take that any way you want… they do need us. They know it – we know it. We need them too, but we don’t want that to get out, right? 🙂