What does it mean to be a kept wife?

Recently, I’ve had some controversy over my name so I would like to make myself clear.

What does it mean to be a kept wife? I refuse to be a house wife by trade. I’m not a stay at home mom. The value of a spouse staying at home is often degraded by society. I’m an everything at our house. I am a personal shopper. I buy pretty much anything that enters our home. I’m  a financial advisor; as I pay bills, make deposits, and constantly look for new ways to budget and save. I’m a box top collecting, volunteer as I rush to help with school projects. I’m not a cook, but I make sure everybody is fed. I’m an entertainer and an activities coordinator. I control five schedules most every second of the day. I’m a chauffeur AND yes, I get my nails done every two weeks. Sometimes I even call Molly Maid when I get overwhelmed. Lastly, I stay at home.

 

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2 thoughts on “What does it mean to be a kept wife?

  1. Emeline says:

    Wow! Very inettesring to see how Christians were looked at from someone who was part of the early church. Interesting that Christians back then lived in poverty, I wonder what a prosperity gospel proponent would say about that. Thanks for sharing this piece.

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