Front Porch Saturday: Everyone Needs To Be Quiet, by Jennifer Wilck


I understand Jennifer’s frustration. Do you?

Originally posted on Believing is Seeing:

People are frustrating me—everyone, everywhere.

Women are attacking women for ridiculous reasons. Stay-at-home moms criticize working moms’ parenting skills. Working moms blast stay-at-home moms. Women who breastfeed find fault with those who don’t and vice-versa.

Celebrities are treated like heroes, yet are blasted when they express their opinions about anything other than Hollywood.

Men make stupid comments about fathers taking time off for paternity leave, yet complain about the plethora of TV shows out there making fun of fathers.

And don’t get me started on the politics wrapped up in religion wrapped up in politics arguments.

I used to laugh at my grandparents when they talked about how things were different in their day, but I find myself echoing them now. Before the Internet and social media and the advent of “Everything Happening Right Now” mentality, information took longer than a nanosecond to get out.

Sure, there’s always been gossip…

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One response to “Front Porch Saturday: Everyone Needs To Be Quiet, by Jennifer Wilck

  1. Thanks for reblogging–glad I struck a chord with you.

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