This is just a message to say how much I admire all the things you say on the Aofm site. Your responses are always on the mark and I always find your writings to be really thought-provoking and mature....I would like to visit with you sometime, if you would like!
Thank you. This photograph is part of my series on manliness. I was definitely inspired by this website and try to incorporate this kind of stuff into my photography in general. Im glad it invokes some feeling.
Hi Mongoose! I see that among a lot of things your also a Free Mason. I always find it interesting that when I bump into Freemasons on the internet I'm always curious as to what Lodge they attend, their ritual and are they enjoying it ETC.?
I totally get that. It seems that adoption is something considered by a vast minority of people (both in our home countries and abroad). We have to do our small part where ever we are. I hope it goes well for you. Would like to know how it goes!
So today my wife and I found out that we are having a boy. This is our first child, so we are still experiencing everything for the first time, and it's a wild ride. We're very excited. I thought that since we're having a boy, I'd ask all you fathers of boys what your favorite parts of raising boys are. What do you enjoy most? On the other hand, what do you enjoy least?
"Some clothes are purely fashionable (tuxedos), some purely functional (coveralls/boiler suit), and the rest are on a spectrum between the two. I feel these vests (never heard the word gilet before so thank you for the addition to my vocabulary) lean…"
There is nothing political or religious about this topic but let's face it, unless I'm discussing going shirtless or masterbating, there isn't too many active groups at the moment. I thought it would be a rude headline for the front page though. So here it is, on Herb's biblical paradigm/TGD. At least I think it is. You can't comment on the group's main page anymore and the feed doesn't show on the community main page either anymore (or does it again now?) so who knows, maybe no one can read…See More