Reality Wednesday 

Own it!

Souldier Girl

“Men have the drive to provide for their family- it fuels their being. This is something a woman just does not understand”.

-Random Person

Whaaaaat?!! Is this really the belief in current circulation? That is more of a rhetorical question. I am not here to battle or call anyone out. I am here to share about this woman (ah hem…me) and maybe shed some light on dusty minds…

I understand

The drive

The passion

Every pulse of this being

Beating through my breath and body

Is a mama warrior fighting

Forget the ladder

And crush that glass ceiling

Baby, I am outside your window

Scaling that sky scraping building

Full time, part time, side jobs…

One, two, sometimes…

Three jobs

Earning my stripes

Throw my suit in the “provider” fight

So, with all due respect


Yes- I do understand

The drive to provide for my family

For when I…

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One comment

  1. charlypriest · October 2, 2015

    I´m going to say the same or pretty much along the lines that I said to soldier the girl (as I like to call her). I was raised by a single mother, which I still call Mommy “Rambo”, jokingly. And at the same time men do have that instinct, at least most of us, to provide and is not so much the result of providing but the process that while you are doing that you as a man are feeling worthy of yourself. I know perfectly well that women can provide for themselves, as I mentioned I was raised by a woman. And a tough tough mother this one. She still scares the s..t out of me.
    As I see it, one thing doesn´t take away or overlapses the other. They can perfectly coexist.

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