"You will never have the time, energy, freedom or mobility to be exceptional if you have a husband and kids."
Jakob responded (quite animatedly) that he thinks I have a greater probability of being exceptional- I can be exceptional myself, plus when my eight children are exceptional it will be a reflection of me.
Then, he asked with a sigh, "What if everyone thought this way?"
Anna said it would be the end of the world, literally.
When I read this paragraph--
I described her years ago in a Christmas letter as one whose ponytails are always tight and whose socks do not have wrinkles. I love her and wish I was more like her.
This is how her essay ended...
And, can you enjoy this heart filled kindergarten worksheet with me?
Yes, my life is full. I may never travel the world, have a bulging bank account, or become what some define as "exceptional".
But, I really am RICH beyond measure.
Life is good.
You can read that silly feminist's article here-