"You cannot legislate the poor into freedom by legislating the wealthy out of freedom. What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving. The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else. When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and when the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that my dear friend, is about the end of any nation.

You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it."
Dr. Adrian Rogers 1931-2005

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

How to Treat a Woman

As a woman, my perspective on this topic is slightly one sided but it is appropriate enough to convey to others exactly how women should be treated.

How to treat a woman:
Take care of any venomous snakes.
She will want to take a photo or two of the snake, but she would prefer never to
ever see one or touch one.

Tell her that no matter where she is, call and you will pump her
gas and clean the windshield.  Tell your offspring to do this for her as well.
Never mind that a milk crate is required for her to clean her own windshield,
and that if she travels, she is capable of doing this on her own.

Be corny and sweet with her.  Old wire twisted on old fences by
the tire garden make for daily smiles.  She should be treated so
she has many reasons to smile each day.
You should treat a woman with the encompassing love that a jacket 
provides...and ignore the fact that she says she does not need a work
jacket, it isn't really too cold here~as she wears your shirtjack EVERY
single morning in the winter.  You know this because in the evenings you have to
unroll the sleeves three times and unbutton the jacket.  Yes, smiling at
her need to pull the coat off over her head instead of unbuttoning it, is endearing.

How to treat a woman is a learning curve, as she has many facets
to her personality that are what makes her completely unique.
Knowing her favorite foods and providing them makes her heart smile
and her stomach jump for joy!
Women have come a long way and are no longer "chicks" behind the wheel,
but someone that shares the driving on long trips.  In case you feel the urge, do
not refrain from calling your woman sweet names, in spite of how 
far we have come. She does love to be your love, your sweetie,
 your honey, your bff, your cutie, your darling, and your goof.

The way to treat a woman is to know what she loves (aside from you),
and provide many opportunities for her to enjoy the things she loves.
Picnics at the White Sands~superb! 

Treat a woman to many outings.  Trek to exotic places to 
snap photos of the Oryx.  Or live in Southern New Mexico...
and seize the day when you see an Oryx!!

How to treat a woman is to not conform to what society
has established as the norms.  Think outside the box and give
her the most extravagant of birthday's with the most 
simple of things! 

Learn about things that she likes.  It is not a college course, but 
a simple effort and conversation and observation.  Then take a moment
and give her something that makes her smile, by printing and framing an 
artwork by one of her favs...Carl Larrson.

Understand this book (the Bible) from the beginning to the end.
Read it with her and to her and pray for her daily.

For the record if a man does things like the above things for his woman, he will be amazed
at how he will be treated by her.  Kindness indeed begets kindness.


Dizzy-Dick said...

Ah shucks, I didn't know I had to do all those things. . . but it seems I always do do those things. Well, some of them, anyway. We have been married for over 50 years now. Something must have worked.

Humble wife said...

LOL DD- I am putting together part two to this post, How to treat a man! 50 years is pretty darn awesome congrats to you and your wife :)

Dizzy-Dick said...

Thank you.

MammaBear said...

Love!! :D Can't wait for the next post! JenniferK

Humble wife said...

Jennifer!!! I love seeing your comments and wish you would blog again!!! Thanks so much!!