Perfect Timing

There are times in your life when the Lord simply opens your eyes because it’s time for your eyes to be opened.

For years, I avoided marriage, heeding Paul’s advice to be as he was – unmarried. I’ve dated many girls and when the topic of marriage came up, I dodged it.

But shortly after I met Willow and started talking to her, I went back to Scripture and starting reading what Paul said about marriage. Yes, he did say that it was better to remain unmarried, but he also said that it is better for a man to marry than to burn with passion.

And by that time, my passion for Willow was already burning white hot.

I haven’t asked her to marry me – not yet, anyway. But it amazes me that I dodged marriage for so long only to find out that I was dodging it for all the wrong reasons. It took Willow’s presence in my life and God’s prodding to get me to investigate the Scriptures for guidance.

A personal relationship with Iesous Christos (Jesus Christ) can be a roller coaster ride. One moment, you feel as if you’re the worst human being on earth for a minor flaw in your character. The next, you’re amazed by his grace when you mess up big time.

So will I marry Willow? I will indeed. In time. Now that God has shown me that it’s better to marry than to burn for her, I certainly will, if he wills it.

But I will always make time for my Master, my Lord, my God. It was he who gave her to me, he who opened my eyes, and he who showers me with grace every day of my life.

Praise be to the most high God.


View Yourself Through Their Eyes

I told Willow the other day, “I’m a writer and yet I don’t have the words to explain how much I love you.

That tells me how much you love me,” she explained.  “You’re a writer and can’t find the words.

Willow saw herself through my eyes.  She understood how much I loved her because of my inability to express it.

Try to see yourself through your partner’s eyes.  You might understand them better.  You might find something lovable within.

You might even learn to fall in love with yourself a little.

And wouldn’t that be lovely?


Waco, Texas

Every single one of the ATF agents involved in the Branch Davidian Massacre (along with former Attorney General Janet Reno) should be rounded up and executed for mass-murder, treason, and crimes against humanity.

What’s that?  The ATF guys were just following orders?  They aren’t responsible for murdering innocent men, women, and children?

Yeah, that’s what the Nazi guards said at the Nuremberg trials.

Bring back public executions and hang ’em all.

Traitorous bastards.


On Consistency

One of the most important things you can do for your girl is remain consistent.  Don’t be inflexible, but remain relatively consistent in your routines, permissions, and denials.

For example, my girl, Willow, has a bedtime routine.  She finishes her work, she has to wash up and put her hair into braids for bed, she sniffs lavender (equally as potent a sleep agent for her as it is for me), then we have ten minutes of pillow talk before she tells me she’s tired.  After that, we say the same words to say good night – night after night – and finally, she falls asleep.

It gives Willow comfort to know there is a stabilizing force in her life.  And chances are, your submissive girl has some measure of anxiety like Willow does.

It’s important that your girl has a consistent bedtime routine (and perhaps a deep whiff of lavender) to allow her to settle down more peacefully.

She will expend every drop of energy pleasing you.  A consistent bedtime routine that is soothing and peaceful will allow her to get the rest she deserves.



I realize I’m going to lose a lot of followers in the next 24 hours because of what I’m about to post, but I won’t live in fear anymore.

2+2=4.  It’s a basic truth, right?

In George Orwell’s novel, 1984, the government and its allies become so powerful that they gaslight the populace into repeating the statement, “2+2=5″.

Right now, “woke” corporations and social justice warriors are telling us that men can have periods, too.

A few days ago, a biological male set the world record in a women’s cycling race by claiming he was female.  He won gold at the world championships and his record stands.

My girl, Willow, is an athlete and I will not see her dedication and tireless efforts upended by a man who enters her sport pretending to be a woman.

Sorry folks, this has gone too far.  I tried to conform, I tried to be patient until people came to their senses, but this nonsense has to stop.  Call me transphobic.  Call me socially irresponsible.  I just don’t care anymore.

Here’s what I care about:

Men are men, girls are girls,

Men do not get periods,

And two plus two equals four.


Joe Biden on lynchings

Impeachment in not “lynching”, it’s part of our Constitution.  Our country has a dark, shameful history with lynching, and to even think about making this comparison is abhorrent.  It’s despicable.

– Former Vice-President Joe Biden on the Donald Trump impeachment vote, 2019.

Even if the President should be impeached, history is going to question whether this was just a partisan lynching.

– Senator Joe Biden (D), Delaware, on the Bill Clinton impeachment vote, 1998.

“There’s an unspoken agreement between all men that, as long as women aren’t around, just go ahead and say whatever the fuck you want because it’s funny, because we’re men.”

– The Brotherhood of Men, summarized by John Ward

I Nearly Dropped $275 On a Razor. Here’s Why I Didn’t.

I’ve been looking for a decent vintage  double edge (DE) razor.  I eventually gave up on finding one at a decent price and went to a website that finds the antique razor you want, cleans it up, re-plates it, then ships it off to you.

I wanted a very specific razor – a 1959 Gillette 195 Adjustable (“Fatboy”) despite the fact that I’ve never used one in my life.  Cost: $275, but I figured it would be worth every penny.

See, here’s one of my major flaws – I’m a contrarian to the extreme.  When people say something is good, I tend to avoid it on the basic principle that people are liars.

So when I first started getting into safety razors 8 years ago, it was recommended to me that I purchase a Merkur 34C as my first DE razor.

I did, and the shave was very good.  Good, but not great.  So I purchased a “twist-to-open” razor (also known as a butterfly razor).  I liked the idea of them.  They’re easy to use, easy to clean, easy to replace the blade.

So I tried a butterfly razor on my head and it was the greatest shave I’ve had in my life.

Those who kept promoting the Merkur 34C were doing so because everyone else was doing it.

Still, I wanted my vintage razor.

So I went to the vintage razor website one more time this afternoon and dropped the exact razor I wanted into my cart.  Before I clicked “purchase”, I decided to have a shower and a shave – and that I would use my butterfly razor just to make sure I was making the right decision of dropping $275 on a vintage razor.

I was wrong.  So wrong.

My head right now is absolutely smooth – not a single piece of stubble on it.  The butterfly razor had no problem taking care of it.

So I’ve closed the website and won’t be going back.  From now on, I will only shave with the butterfly razor.

Being a contrarian and a provocateur has served me well in life.  I’ve become rather financially successful by bucking social norms.  At the same time, it has caused me to make some terrible blunders; advice I should have taken, I refused, for no other reason than I thought I knew better.

Being a contrarian is kind of like a double-edged razor blade.  It can do incredible things for you.  It can also harm you beyond belief.

And the $275 vintage razor?  Nah.  I’ll stick with my $17 butterfly razor thank you very much.