I'm a Woman, and Who the Hell Are You?
I was born a woman. I was created weak and gentle but at the same time strong. Strong, to bear on me the heavy burden of life. Yes, sometimes I cry - from joy or sadness to romantic movies or dramatic stories. But very often I laugh, dance and I can make your everyday life wonderful. As a woman, I can go on high heels all day and even run with them if necessary. I can keep exhausting diets to fit in size S and get rid of my favorite chocolate. I undergo regular painful cosmetic procedures again, to look like a fashion podium.
When I’m home, I can cook and clean at the same time. And I can meet you at the door with a smelling cake and a smile. Frequently wash dishes and arrange scattered clothes.
I even go to work. I have to prove that my beautifully painted nails can write a perfect business email or to speak several languages.
I am a woman and nature has given me the opportunity to create a new life. I carry the new life in myself and feel its first movements. For 9 months, I’m waiting, I grow fat, I’m nervous, I’m afraid. Finally comes the birth - creepy and dramatic. And I become a mother - the most wonderful feeling of the world. They are followed by daycare, sleeplessness, depression. I am up to my child when he makes his first steps and says his first words. Again, I am with my child when hit and has a fever and has to stop his suffering.
Yes, I am a woman, and who the hell are you? Are you the man who wants to get into my life? Do you have the power to love me so - crying, fat, screaming, and sometimes tender and beautiful? If yes - then stay. I will make your life incredible - I will make you father, I will create comfort in your home and love in your heart. I will be your best friend while you breathe.
But do not forget that you have to throw away the garbage and change the diapers, and sometimes you can run a vacuum cleaner.
Do not disappoint me so my smile does not disappear and with it the light and love of our home. Love me and I will make your life a fairy tale.
I’m a woman, never forget it ...