If you were able to afford cell phones cable and game systems out side of income tax checks then y I wouldn't consider you poor. While I had thoes thing growing up I also had times of Kraft dinner (and just dinner) 3 nights in a row and had the heat shut of in the middle of winter.
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I put yes...25 yrs ago I would have put a firm NO...my family doctor is a female, she has 4 kids and her husband works part time in the office doing the books, hes an accountant and he works full time taking care of the kids.....not a think wrong with that in my present opinion. Aside from that anything that a husband and wife agree too is all good right ?
I have given up the socialization that a work environment would have afforded and there is a measure of isolation that comes with being a male in a world that is rife with females and very few, if any, males. It simply is a trade off for me, nothing more, and I would not have it any other way. On the flip side I have a "hands on" perspective of where my son is academically and socially. I can watch his development and the relationships he is building. He sees me cook, food shop, sew and take care of professional situations. He sees me in almost all of the roles I fulfill in my life. These are the life lessons he is learning, it is through my example rather then my words that he gets his information of what my definition of a responsible man is. As far as I am concerned this is exactly what I am supposed to be doing right at this point in my life and his life. There will come a time when he will move on and I can only hope that remembers these times and uses them as while he forms his own definition of what a man is and what a man does.
"To waste, to destroy, our natural resources, to skin and exhaust the land instead of using it so as to increase its usefulness, will result in undermining in the days of our children the very prosperity which we ought by rights to hand down to them."~ Theodore Roosevelt (Message to Congress, Dec. 3, 1907)
But but your prospective president wants mothers to work or lose benefits.
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