Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Losing to The World at Hand? Losing Motherhood.

As we do our daily activities or chores, or even school, life as we know it is one busy day after day activity.
some things we do are more important then others, for instance Facebook? FoxNews? Yahoo. all Our Favorite sites. the list goes on and on. we make sure we get on those, we make sure our favorite things are done.

FLASHBACK: 60 to 70 years ago, "everyone" didn't have tv, no one had internet. no one stayed on the phone forever, what happened to Our favorite things to do,

  • Sewing.
  • Reading the Bible.
  • Reading in General.
  • playing outside
  • cleaning
  • doing crafts
what happened? some of you may still or do those things. but what is the rest of the world doing? should you care? since the dawn of time Mothers have taught their girls, and prepared them to be home makers, stay at home wives. that was their desire. now women have chosen a different path, the following is from life123.com. the Top 10 most popular jobs for women.

1.) Pharmacist

In this customarily male role, you will dispense medications to patients, inform them of any risks, side-effects or drug interactions, and stay up-to-date via continuing education and industry research. The road to becoming a pharmacist usually begins with a Bachelor of Science degree.

2.) Financial Advisor

With the tumultuous economy, financial advisers are in high demand. Women with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance can help fill the increasing need for professional financial advice.

3.) Human Resource Manager

In this role, you create and implement policies and benefits that define your corporate culture. A Bachelor's Degree (or higher) in Human Resources is usually required.

4.) Information Technology Analyst

Opportunities for women in IT are predicted to grow dramatically through 2016 as businesses continue to increase their dependence on technology solutions. In this historically male role, women are now being heavily recruited. A career in IT starts with a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science.

5.) Sales Engineering

Combining the attributes of both Sales and Engineering, women make ideal Sales Engineers. Those who are people-oriented and verbally communicative are ideal for this role, which usually begins with a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing or Engineering.

6.) Counselor/Social Worker

This career is predicted to grow 25% by 2010, and has as many as 35,000 annual openings. As a counselor or social worker, you work with others in educational, vocational or social settings to help solve interpersonal problems and stumbling blocks. This career requires a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work.

7.) Market Research Analyst

In this position, you analyze market conditions and study buyer strategies, habits and preferences. This role usually requires a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing or Statistics.

8.) Biological Technician

As a biological technician, you assist scientists in setting up, performing and recording experiments. Most employers prefer that you attain the minimum of an Associates Degree

9.) Radiation Therapists

Not only do women make significantly more than men (11% according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics) in this occupation, but the growth rate is phenomenal as the need for trained techs increases. This job requires a minimum of an Associates Degree in Radiography.

10.) Physical Therapists

In this role, you assist patients in gaining and restoring movement and flexibility. The number of openings for this career is predicted to increase by over 35% between now and 2014. The road to becoming a physical therapist begins with a Bachelor's Degree.

it's sad that you don't see stay at home mother, or housewife there.
we have young ladies growing up, without being taught how to be housewives,

Will you be one of the women, to serve God biblically? or will you fall and lose to the world at hand,

I pray God gives you strength, this world is tough, but with God we can make it through.

Children miss out on so much, when they don't have mothers caring for them each and everyday, providing them with love, and motherly affection, when you work, you're punishing your child, emotionally.

I don't know what your thoughts on this are, but I cannot and would not ever think of being a career woman and not a stay at home mother. I wouldn't ever dream of it. it's always been my dream.

instead of saying I want to be a business woman, or a doctor, or a mail woman, I wanted to be a "Mommy" that was my ideal dream and it still is.

Thank you for reading.
In His Honor,


  1. That was my dream and when we had the supposed infertility diagnosis, I was still determined to be a mother, be it through adoption of an orphan, IVF or...Thank God He did bless us and I don't regret staying home to raise my 2 little ones.It's the most important job could ever require of me.

  2. I loved your post! It's so true; I wish I had the opportunity to stay at home with my daughter more!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog! I think Ry is pretty cute too, but I'm not partial or anything. HAHA!


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