Monday, August 11, 2008

A Man's Point of View

For men life on the sugar plantations were more easier than what women had to do. They got paid more for doing less work and they were catered to when they got home. Life for men was not at all as hard for women. Sometimes life for men got complicated they had to deal with racism against the other ethnic groups that were there, they got in fights and have conflicts with each other. Another time life got complicated was with their pictures brides, sometimes the picture bride that they got didn't want to marry him or wanted to go back to where they came from. Other men got lucky by getting a picture bride that was willing to be with him and do the things that they needed to do. Men's life on sugar plantations was a lot easier and more better, though sometimes it got complicated they always finished what they needed to do.

4 comments:

feki54 said...

Your blog is very nice...

Someday your kung-fu might be strong enough to battle me.

Jenee, Kainoa, Christian said...

YO!!!

feki54 said...

Where is the Tongan, Niuean, Maori, Samoan, Fijian, and the rest of the Pacific Cultures?

Your kung-fu is still not strong.

Chiihoo

Aunty Max said...

It is wonderful to you learning a new tech skill. Keep it up.

Sing a song today!!