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Little House in the Big Woods Recap: Table of Contents

Maggie Mae

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These are the links to each individual blog post for my read of:

Little House in the Big Woods
By Laura Ingalls Wilder 

 

  1. Little House in the Big Woods
  2. Winter Days and Winter Nights & The Story of Grandpa & the Panther
  3. The Long Rifle
  4. Christmas
  5. Sundays
  6. Two Big Bears
  7. The Sugar Snow
  8. Dance at Grandpa's
  9. Going to Town
  10. Summertime
  11. Harvest
  12. The Wonderful Machine
  13. The Deer in the Wood


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      @neurogirl you're welcome! I am happy to hear we are not alone. I often question if we are just weird (I know we are happy, but you know just that "are we a little too strange" thought) for not having sex so often. Thank you for the confidence boost ❤️

    • hollyfeller

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      3 hours ago, WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo? said:

      I found this opinion piece from 2012 awhile back, and it seems applicable now. (It's the New York Times, so it might be behind a paywall.)

      Men, Who Needs Them?

      He isn't so much anti-father as he is making a point. 

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      I open most of the jars in our house. I played piano for years and have a better grip.  I'm also more mechanical and enjoy fixing things. I built and installed custom shelving wall to wall in our home office.

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    • hollyfeller

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      8 hours ago, SweetLaurel said:

      And despite what Lori thinks of the world -there are many many divorced, single, widowed women doing  - everything -  on our own.   We don't have a team, but we manage.  I think most women would/do. Lori isn't capable and couldn't, and just like her 'I never wanted to work so every female who wants to or does, is wrong and hates God' mindset,  she can't understand that there is a real world where daddy and hubby weren't there to support us all our lives.  She just really  -can't - she can only think we hate God so we deserve what we get.   She, of course, is above all that and always will be, unfortunately.    

       

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