If there is a single question that most stay-at-home mothers get asked all too often, it’s got to be “what do you do all day?” And quite frankly, that kind of question isn’t always appreciated.
Besides, it kinda sends a discriminatory tone that such moms aren’t contributing much just because they are not employed full-time at the moment.
But really, if you think about it deeply – stay-at-home moms are doing their jobs full-time and it can be more difficult than most of us realize.
Take it from Ryshell Castleberry, a tattoo artist based in Florida who got sick of the above-mentioned question.
Perhaps frustrated by it all, she took time to write a lengthy tribute for all stay-at-home moms and then shared it on her Facebook wall. She made a fictional conversation between a psychologist and a husband where the latter says that his better half “doesn’t work” because she’s a “housewife.”
You can read the rest of the post here:
Not surprisingly, many were able to relate with Ryshell’s post and so it immediately went viral on social media. The post gained numerous likes and shares on Facebook, with many users taking time to leave positive comments as well.
While there are a few who also reacted negatively to the post (some of whom are working mothers who said they “do all that AND work”), Ryshell defended that that her post could be for everyone, whether working mom or working that. All they need to do is to “read the message and replace the words with words that fit [their] situation.”
That aside, we give Ryshell two thumbs up for her enlightening insights about motherhood.
Blind Singer From the Philippines Amazes People With Guitar-Playing Skills and Vocals
This blind singer from the Philippines is worthy of a worldwide spotlight.
Somebody shared a link to a very surprising video via our inbox and we thought it would be worth sharing. The video features a blind singer named Renie Entatano who is from the Philippines.
Based on the information given to us, Renie was born blind. He is a resident of a village named Tarusan in the town of Bataraza in Palawan. The province of Palawan is a about a one-hour plane ride from the Philippines' capital region, Metro Manila.
Renie Entatano's guitar seems to be an extension of his body.
25 Positive Things That Are Happening All Over The World Right Now
The world needs more of these right now.
The past year was crazy. Terrorist attacks, murders, wars, bombings and all sorts of negative news have been all over social media and news outlets. You’d think that there’s nothing good in this world anymore. The real deal is that there are so many good and positive things happening and are not picked up by media.
Don’t believe us? Here’s a short list of positive stuff happening all over the world.
25. If you can read this, you're part of the 84% literate. Back in the 1850s, only 10% can read.
LOOK: Devoted Father Backpacks Child in a Carrier While Working, Earns Praise
Fatherhood Level 9999!
“That was when the world wasn't so big and I could see everywhere. It was when my father was a hero and not a human.” ― Markus Zusak, I Am the Messenger
Putting food on the table, giving their children valuable guidance and support - these roles of a father are only the tip of the iceberg. There is definitely more to being a dad than we know. They have sacrificed a lot without asking for anything in return, except maybe to see their respective families happy and well.
We have so much respect for fathers out there, that's why our hearts were deeply moved when we saw these photos of a father carrying his child with him at work....
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