Madwoman Out of the Attic

a feminist trudging forward in a patriarchal world

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

I think I'm a ward project

Well, more accurately, I think I'm a Relief Society project. People have been suspiciously nice and helpful recently, beyond the call of duty. But if being a project means I get great dinners, etc., I think I'm happy to be one. :)

It does raise fascinating questions, however, about why/how I became a project. I think it may just have to do with this blog...


Blogger jana said...

I'm curious what you mean about being a project--what's happened?

10/31/2006 7:37 PM  
Blogger Caroline said...

I'm just refering to the fact that my VTs brought me dinner out of the blue the other day. (Thanks, E. and K. for dinner. It was awesome!) I was wondering if it was in response to my not-so-thrilled-with-the-church blog posts I've written recently. Or maybe they are worried I may follow a similar path as you. Or maybe it's simply a nice gesture for a family with a new baby. Not sure....

10/31/2006 8:40 PM  
Blogger journeygal said...

I was a ward project in my student ward at BYU. I got lots of cookies and even an entire stake fast one Sunday on my behalf. A little embarrassing when you're trying to go unnoticed, but I suppose it meant someone cared. I think I started getting asked out on a higher-than-normal level of dates as well, so just be thankful you're married...... ;-)

11/01/2006 8:39 PM  
Blogger Caroline said...

Nice! Lots of cookies and dates. Being a ward project does have its advantages. :)

11/02/2006 9:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Usually a ward project in a college situation gets asked out more because the inactive girls give more blow jobs.

11/03/2006 8:38 AM  
Blogger Caroline said...

anonymous, thanks for your classy comment.

11/09/2006 5:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sometimes the truth isnt so classy. But its still true.

11/17/2006 8:14 AM  

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