Summary provided by:klf7412
Kendal is married to Daniel, and together they have 4 children; Evie (7 or 8), Brinley (5), Kapri (3), and Sebastian 'Sebi' (almost 2).
Kendal wrote a blog titled "The Father knows Best" and she became famous on FJ after writing a blog post where she wrote about a day of "hard discipline" and how her oldest daughter, Evie, thanked her Father for spanking her. This post caused an uproar on FJ and eventually, Kendal removed the post. However, a few FJ members have a screen cap of the post and it is frequently posted on Kendal-related threads.
Kendal has visited FJ once and skirted around questions about that famous post. During this visit she also mentioned that she "likes to be around spanked children". Shortly after coming here to "answer questions", she flounced.
Kendal has been the subject of many FJ threads for crazy views. She has written that she and Daniel will not be sending the girls to college, and that they are preparing them to be homemakers. Daniel likes to call the girls "future homemakers" and Kendal says that she would consider herself a failure as a Mother if her daughters wish to work outside of the home. Kendal thinks that every child should be homeschooled, period.
Kendal made FJ "headlines" again when she announced that her children were too holy for Christmas gifts and that instead, they would give gifts and a meal to the less fortunate. A day after Christmas, Kendal wrote a vague paragraph about the gift exchange that led many to believe that Kendal didn't get to go over to a strangers home with presents and a meal like she had wished.
Sometime in 2012, Kendal and Daniel began the process to adopt a child. This led to a very long FJ thread, and eventually a FJ member was able to find out that Kendal was pursuing a domestic adoption of an infant male.
Kendal once again became the subject of a long thread when she blogged about not making her children wear helmets when biking, because protecting their hearts was more important. After Daniel made multiple comments on the post defending Kendal's and his stance, he came home and announced that he would make the children wear helmets from then on. Within a few days of the post, Kendal announced she would be closing the blog. This "good bye" post was left up for a grand total of 2 hours before the whole blog disappeared, and only a few FJ members were able to see it. Many have speculated as to why she closed the blog, but most think that Daniel realized that Kendal's controversial topics and the presence of FJ could sabotage their adoption.
Here are some tid bits of info about Kendal/Kendal's blog:
Kendal & family attend Soverign Grace Ministries
Kendal was trained as a nurse
Kendal coined the term "riffles" after she misspelled "rifle" in a post about political-correctness.
Kendal was nicknamed "Kendull" on Free Jinger due to her boring and dull blog posts.
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@victoriasponge- I just can't do a Full English. Beans and fried tomatoes? No. And honestly, I can't stomach English sausages - the texture is just way "off" for me. Yall's bacon is weird too (it's HAM, ok??? lol). So, when it's breakfast time there, I generally just have eggs, bacon, and toast. DH can wolf down a Full English in NO time. lol
8 hours ago, Pastafarianist123 said:
I found it really funny that they said that breastfeeding in public is a sin since Zsu is a fierce advocate. Oh Zsu, you harlot!
Oh no! Not the almighty Zsu!
Women can totally breastfeed in public. Under their church issued Baptist Breastfeeding Burka. This breathable tent, that is shaded to match the sanctuary walls is designed to give you total privacy. While also enabling you to be subjected to the active brainwashing dolled out at every service.
7 hours ago, acheronbeach said:
"TOR-MENS! TOR-MENS! That's more than one, honey!!! Pb..wha... you say what I am blind and I can't see an' my eyes are bad an' my ears are uh... mm... bad, and my tastebuds a'gone snub my sniffers gone 'gainst mah nose... haha... hay-men! .... I CAN'T! I CAN'T! In Hell you'll have all five of your senses. (nods) Hay-men. It's not what I want. It's not what I want."
And I thought Sally's transcriptions of the Naugs were funny. This is SO much better.
On 5/23/2018 at 5:34 PM, Pink Muffin said:
I think I have to add to my previous post:
My mom and I had issues but I was there when she was sick. She was in a nursing home and me and my brother went there once a week to visit her on the weekends, under the weekdays we both had work. The last week of my mothers life I didn´t work but was visiting her for hours a day. And her last day I was there the whole day, I hold her hand when she draw her last breath.
I was not on Facebook or Instagram posting.
My parents were estranged for some years when they died. My dad died before my mom. I found out a few months after when the attorney sent me the notice of death from the newspaper. His death wasn't particularly hard on me (he was not my bio dad, though he raised me from 10 and I did consider him my dad, we were estranged for reasons though). My mom died about 8 or so months after he did. My ex-husband was the executor of their will (which probably tells you part of the reason we were estranged) and because he is a colossal dick he didn't bother to notify me. I found out (again) via the attorney letting me know I was named in her will almost a year after she actually died. (An aside: My ex told me that my mother's deathbed wish was for him not to tell me she passed. As much as we were estranged, I know my mom and don't feel like she would have wasted her time with something like that. Even if she did, if I were in that place, I would keep it to myself so as not to hurt the person that just lost a parent, but then I'm not a colossal dick).
Anyway, her death hit me FAR harder than I expected. She had MS and related issues for years and I knew she hadn't been doing well (I called the Nursing home they were in for updates periodically) so it wasn't like I was shocked she passed away. I knew she was essentially starving herself (something I blame on my father) since he passed, so it wasn't going to be years and years before she went.
I cried A LOT. I don't know that I felt (feel) guilt exactly because I did try to reconcile several times after I moved out here and there was more space between us. People don't change though and even though I was trying it was very one-sided (and bad for me mentally). I felt a lot more than I expected though and I find it still hits me at odd times (I'm getting teary here for example) and I get depressed. I was very depressed for about 6 months after I learned she had passed. I just let myself wallow until I was tired of that and decided I needed to go back to living.
We may not have gotten along since I was about 13-14, but she was still my mom and I remember what she was like when I was younger and she was basically my entire world. I have lots of good memories of those times when she was a single mom and it was just her and I against the world.
Somehow, I don't think Lori is deep enough to actually mourn another person. I question whether she can even love (in the way that most people do) another person. She's so cruel to the people that should be closest to her that I kind of thing she won't miss a beat when her mom passes other than to use it for blog fodder to generate more attention for herself.On 5/23/2018 at 3:55 PM, Koala said:
Yep. We buy Sam's Choice, and it's 28 bottles for 3.98 (approx. 14 cents a bottle). That stuff Lori is drinking is approx 95 cents a bottle. Lord knows what she paid if she got it from a vending machine.
We get either Safeway, Walmart or my new favorite Lidl. Lidl has 24 pack for $1.87! The Lidl just opened up here a few months ago and it has really great prices. We feed our dogs "human food" (raw and cooked) and it's cut our dog food bill by nearly 1/2.
I reuse bottles for my tea from the tea machine and then we recycle them (after a few uses) so I don't feel *too* horrible about the carbon footprint you have when using them.
8 hours ago, MamaJunebug said:
And is Poor Sarah lying when she says she reads fiction?
Of course she does (for many of us), but she wouldn't consider it so. I don't think the Bible is that well-written though.