T.W.O. works hard to provide a roof and food for us, for our livestock and poultry, and for our household employees. He even finds the time to lift big and post gains, when not indulging in other bagatelles.
I often feel frustrated, but it’s only because I have to complete the progression from planning 36 hours per day of work to planning merely ten.
I write about problems online because I have the resources, support and love to talk about them and occasionally make it to discussing possible solutions and strategies for coping when solutions aren’t possible or feasible.
I do what women have always done when they have that privilege. And I rejoice in the fact that I get to be one of those women when my ancestors (of both Nordic and Negro sides, quiet as that’s kept) were often the women providing the means for other women to do so.