While I build up material for mentor mom posts in the fall, I think most Mondays this summer I will share with you some Fuel for the week.
Today’s Fuel comes from a popular blog-a-zine called The Good Man Projectwho describe themselves here, “Guys today are neither the mindless, sex-obsessed buffoons nor the stoic automatons our culture so often makes them out to be. Our community is smart, compassionate, curious, and open-minded; they strive to be good fathers and husbands, citizens and friends, to lead by example at home and in the workplace, and to understand their role in a changing world. The Good Men Project is a place where that happens. We’re glad to have you along for the ride.”
The DJs on KLOVE pointed out that at church’s and in culture, often moms get honored on Mother’s Day and Dad’s get lists of how to do better. The Fuel today called “25 Failsafe Rules for Dads Raising Daughters” is no exception to that generalization, except that I think the list is worth reading whether you are a mom, a dad, or a grandparent. It will remind you of what is important. And what is not. Be encouraged my friend.