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Simple Apple Syrup Recipe

Apple syrup for our pancakes this morning.

Super simple recipe!

Bring two cups of sugar, two cups of water and three, large, apples (chopped) to a boil on the stove. Stir often for 10-15 minutes. Remove from heat. Mash apples. Let sit for 5-10 minutes. Strain mix through a cheese cloth or colander. Feel free to add ginger or cinnamon!

Great recipe for apples that get a little old or mushy or are otherwise not good raw.

My thoughts on the Left’s crazy “YouTube Influencers” list.

Newsflash Left, put me on whatever crazy hit list you want, doesn’t stop me from being right. TradLife works and it’s OK to be white. Deal with it.


Trad Thursday

So, my friends, I have been working hard around the house today and I wanted to share with you some of the things I have been making.

Homemade Laundry Soap

I used to make the liquid version of this but I have been meaning to try a powdered version.

Three bars of grated Ivory soap, 6 cups of Borax and 6 cups of washing soda. It was a simple recipe I found online. Hopefully, it cleans the clothes well.

A note of caution: Borax can be poisonous, even in small doses, so keep it away from small children.

Homemade Multi-purpose Cleaner

This is the old fashioned, Martha Stewart, recipe. One part distilled vinegar to one part hot tap water. I add a few drops of Eucalyptus oil so it smells nice. I reuse store bottles instead of buying new ones. This recipe has worked for me for 20 years. I love it.

Homemade Dog Biscuits

These made the house smell delicious and it drove our Great Pyrenees wild! LOL!

Two cups of flour, one cup of peanut butter and 1/2 cup of smashed banana – mix those together. Add 1/3 cup of chicken stock. The dough will be stiff. Roll it out about a 1/4 – 1/2 inch thick, cut with a cookie cutter into desired shapes, cook at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes.

I bagged them up and placed them on top of the fridge.

Color Coded Dishes

I finally did what most moms of big families do; I bought colored dishes and assigned each child a color (well, actually they picked their color but you get my point!) Each child over 5 years-old is responsible to wash their dish, bowl, cup, etc. after each meal. Amazing!

I hope y’all are having a wonderful Thursday! Much love and stay Trad!

(Guest Post) Degeneracy Culture’s Revisionist History by Mina Teresa

Today we at Wifewithapurpose are proud to present another piece written but the amazing Mina Teresa. Please enjoy.

There are many things I could expound upon about how mainstream American society’s celebration and encouragement of deviancy infects our children, sexualizes them, corrupts them, and robs them of their childhood. Not satisfied with infiltrating media, entertainment, and the public school system to gain access to impressionable young minds, now the libertine liberal brigade has turned their arsenal on the past. Now they’ve come for me.

Growing up in the United States in the 1970s and early 1980s I enjoyed the best of times, and the worst of times. My most salient memories include the Bicentennial, Star Wars, video games, the personal computer, the space shuttle—but also Vietnam, Jonestown, the Iran hostage crisis, Three Mile Island, and the increasing popularity of no-fault divorce resulting broken marriages, broken homes, and broken children.

Traditional families were the norm in the neighborhood where I spent my childhood. Only one girl in my circle of friends (throughout elementary school and junior high) had divorced parents. She was the anomaly. Not so in high school. It felt like every week another girl was tearfully, or angrily, confiding that her parents were splitting up. What kept us all going throughout our tumultuous teens were strong friendships.

Not that there weren’t competitive cliques of social ladder climbers, but in the days before Heathers and Mean Girls it didn’t seem as ubiquitous. At least, thankfully, not in my crowd. We relied heavily on our same-sex friendships, as did most kids and teens. When did it become a problem to continue those bonds into adulthood? When did it become necessary to re-label meaningful same-sex friendships of the past as love affairs? Or to assume today that deep friendships between two women or two men must be romantic or sexual?

It never once occurred to me to question the friendship or living arrangements of Bert and Ernie—I was a little kid, for crying out loud. Even with the recent revelation (disputed by PBS) that these Muppets are gay, I refuse to believe it and have defended my lovable preschool TV playmates from those who claim, “Oh, I knew it all along.” Well I sure didn’t. I thought they were close friends sharing a home. It’s New York City, after all, everybody has roommates.

Examining the past through the lens of modern culture is wrong. This is how we get modern historians blaming “institutionalized sexism” for Anna Komnene being denied the throne in the 12th century. Medieval Byzantium was not modern Brooklyn.

What’s next? Is it going to come out (pun intended) that The Golden Girls were all lesbians? Or were they close girlfriends relying on each other to weather the storms of divorce and widowhood?

How about The Odd Couple? I can imagine that tomorrow morning a gender-dysphoric non-binary blogger will claim that the reason Oscar and Felix cohabited had nothing to do with financial concerns or a deep need for companionship, but that they were flamboyant fags living in a hetero-normative oppressive society that forced them into the closet. Seriously.

Close, affectionate, and meaningful friendships between two men or two women had been the unquestioned norm in the many, many years before gender-queer-gay-mafia theory, and modern musings about the sexuality of historical figures—or puppets—are tedious and tiresome.

Let Bert and Ernie be friends, for goodness’ sake.

San Francisco Has Become A Literal Sh*thole. Import the third world (and their values), become the third world

“…no matter where you live in America, the sh*hole is coming for you.”

As immigration into America, from the third world, soars, those areas with liberal and Leftist policies, suffer in ways unimaginable to most of us living in flyover country.

Read the full article at….


Censorship!! Even Tee Spring, Pinterest and ZoHo??? You’ll be shocked to hear my story.

New video up! Social media censorship didn’t start with Alex Jones, nor does it end at big tech giants like Apple and Google. Social media censorship & deplatforming has been happening for years, and we small scale, conservative, e-celebs, know all about it.


Michaelmas: A Week Long Celebration!

Since 2009 my family and I have celebrated Michaelmas with a week of activities which include; crafts, games, dressing up and story time and every year I post this guide so that you can join the fun with us!

I first posted this activity guide on my blog nearly ten years ago after crafting it together with the help of my two oldest children who were then just six and three!

It’s amazing to think that those little boys are now 15 and 12 years-old AND that God has blessed us with four more children!

Since I first published this it has been shared around the world and well loved by homemaking moms as well as Waldorf teachers who have brought it into the classroom and I am so pleased!

They have saved it, shared it, downloaded it and Pinned it. However, I would caution you, if you would like to Pin this guide please make a copy and Pin the copy or take screen shots. My website is banned from Pinterest. Conservative homemakers are not welcome there. You may lose your account by Pinning my content.

I have shared the updated version of this guide, on my blog, for nearly a decade now! I have always offered this guide for free, each year, since I created it and I encourage you to share it as much as you would like.
Fall Equinox falls one week prior to the Christian celebration of Michaelmas. These two holidays are often celebrated in similar fashions, with harvest feasts and various fall merriment.

Michaelmas; also known as the Feast of Saints Michael, Gabriel, Uriel and Raphael, the Feast of the Archangels, or the Feast of Saint Michael and All Angels, is a time -as the days grow shorter- to reflect on our inner strength that helps us over come the darkness in the world.

The first ingredient in our week of fun is the story. Told in eight parts, the story brings to life the changing of the seasons and weaves these changes into a brave narrative of one boy’s defeat of a mighty dragon.
To join our celebration simply read the eight parts of the story guide and then expand the story line yourself as long or short as you like. Add places, names, descriptions and details. Be sure to tell the story to your children without reading it from a page, look at them, really engage them.

Older children can have fun helping you flesh out the details of your story so that it truly becomes a narrative that is special and enduring to your family and can be shared year after year.

I dress up as Sir George with a knitted knight hat and red silk cape when I tell the tale. Be sure and tell the story early on in the day so you have time for the craft or activity I have suggested to accompany the narrative.
If you’re artistic use paper and crayons, paint, chalk or whatever to create a picture to go along with each day’s story. Encourage your children to create impromptu artwork about the story as well.

I’ve also created a list of things you will need for your week long celebration, don’t worry, it’s all very simple!


Supplies for the Week:


Local vegetables (to bake or steam)

Local, grass fed meat

Candles and candle holders or gourds and candles

Leaves (don’t worry if they haven’t turned yet, that’s OK)

Paper and crayon for leaf rubbings

Clay Ingredients – Baking soda, corn starch

Silks, scarves or blankets for a cape

Cardboard, scissors, tape

Cookie ingredients or prepared sugar cookie dough

Daily Guide

Saturday, September 22nd, Fall Equinox


Story guide: Begin by telling of an ancient land where all the people in the land (Mother Nature’s Realm, Avalon, maybe the city where you live or ?) are harvesting their crops and hold a big feast. Tell the children what kind of crops the people grew (based maybe on your local foods) and how the mothers and daughters careful prepared the food in big hot ovens built by the fathers and grandfathers.

Activity: Prepare a simple harvest dinner using your local veggies and grass fed meats. As a family, talk about where the food came from, who grew it and who harvested it.

Sunday, September 23rd


Story Guide: In our ancient land, where last night we heard about the harvest and the feast, The Sun has decided that he’s tired of shinning all day long during these long, drawn out, summer days and the people no longer really need him to grow their food since the harvest so he asks the Angels to make the days shorter for a while so he can get more rest.

Activity: Set out candles in your home in anticipation of Father Sun’s long naps or carve gourd lanterns.

Monday, September 24th


Story Guide: Sister Wind grows chilly without the Sun around all day. She blows and blows to warm up, the way that running around can make you all hot and sweaty, but all her blowing just makes the leaves very cold. The cold leaves have the idea of trying to warm up by turning the colors of fire.

Activity: Leaf rubbings

Tuesday, September 25th


Story Guide: But turning the colors of fire does no good, the leaves are still cold and slowly they drop one by one to the ground. Some of the fire leaves fall upon a huge mound of earth and magically they become the scales on the back of a mighty dragon! The dragon immediately begins doing what dragons naturally do, he ravages villages and eats fair maidens, hissing big clouds of fire and smoke through the sky!

Activity: Rake up some leaves into a pile, pretend it’s a dragon. Give him a scary name. If you don’t have leaves work with what you have; straw, a mound of dirt, a tree stump or a pile of laundry. To get even more creative make a papier-mâché head or tail.

Wednesday, September 26th


Story Guide: The dragon frightens Mother Night and she is too scared to let the moon come out. The people know that without the moon there will be no winter night light for the hibernating animals and without a long winter nap the animals and seeds will not have energy to grow next spring. So the people ask their angels to help them.

Activity: Make clay angel ornaments using this recipe. Bake them with ribbon inside and a loop at the top. Hang your angels on the trees outside to protect you from the dragon (or inside if your dragon is a pile of laundry).

Tuesday, September 27th


Story Guide: The Angels agree that something must be done. They send a magic cape and sword to a young boy named George and knight him, Sir George, the brave knight of the Angels. He is afraid but he accepts the challenge to fight the dragon.

Activity: Make a stick or cardboard sword

Friday, September 28th


Story Guide: George and his magic cape and sword chase the dragon all around the earth, up into heaven and back. He fights many mighty battles. He fights the dragon in water, over a bridge, up a tall tower, in a field. George is tired, he doesn’t think he can go on. George prays and asks God for inner strength the courage to save his people.

Activity: Make a cape. You can get fancy and use silk scarves that you dye naturally or simply use a cut up sheet, blanket or scarf.

Saturday, September 29th, Michaelmas!


Story Guide: God sends The Angel Michael to George and the Angel Michael tells George about the war in heaven and how he helped win the battle that ended in Lucifer being cast out of heaven. Through Michaels example, George gains new strength to slay the mighty dragon. He corners the dragon between two large boulders and victoriously defeats him. All the people are happy and bake good things to eat and give them to the brave George.

*Don’t be tempted to think this tale as too violent for young ones. Children view the world and death differently than we do as adults. The simple triumph of slaying the dragon will not translate into violent animal murdering adults, I promise. Fairy tales speak to the soul and part of that magic is the death of the evil in the story. This empowers children to believe they can conquer their own woes, putting them to “death.”

Activity: Dress the family up and act out the whole story, bake sugar cookies cut them out to look like dragons, swords, angels, etc., read Revelations Chapter 12. Go on a dragon hunt. My family goes to the same place every year, a park with natural cave formations, and we explore, hunting for dragon tracks in the dirt to see if we can find him.

You can follow my family’s Michaelmas adventures on my Instagram account (link in the side bar)

Have a great autumn!

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What Can Man Do To Me?

So we can confidently say, “The Lord is my helper; I will not fear; what can man do to me?”

Hebrews 13:6

It is truly amazing what God will do with you once you peacefully and with your whole heart start pursuing the truth.

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Attacks on Syria Are Attacks On Christianity

This is a video I made a year and a half ago when things first started escalating with Syria under the Trump presidency. As things escalate again I think it remains an important discussion which is central to the Syria issue. Twitter suspended the account mentioned in this introduction, my Twitter account is now @AylaWife but please follow me on Gab.ai/wifewithapurpose

Watch it on Bitchute


Watch it on Real.Video


The continued decline of western culture

Much as been written over the years about the decline of western society and the erosion of traditional values.

I think it would be a sound statement to make that the health and status of culture are reflected by the art and creative endeavors it produces. With this in mind let us take a look at look at two examples from western culture.

Boy Meets Girl consisted of husband and wife duo George Merrill & Shannon Rubicam. In 1988 they released waiting for a star to fall, a song about being in love with someone. The music video even featured the couples young daughter Hillary.

29 years later this was released…

Band Imagine Dragons released this music video in 2017. In this video, the lead singer of the band featured in the video along with several people wearing demonic looking masks which are meant to be “extraterrestrials”.

There is a stark difference between the wholesome and family oriented music video released in 1988 compared to the dark and sinister one released in 2017

In only 29 years our music videos have degraded this badly. Has our culture degraded equally as some suggest?

They Deplatform Us So They Can Lie About Us

“They deplatformed me so I cannot respond to future lies.” Alex Jones

I have been saying this for over a year now. This is why Twitter verification matters, this is why having access to these platforms matters for individuals.

If you Google search Wifewithapurpose Tweets right now, half of them are fake – I never said it. It’s a fake account or a Photoshop but because they deverfied and deplatformed me, I cannot respond and people cannot verify whether or not I said it.

They are the children of the Lie, the children of Satan.

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