Don’ts for Husbands circa 1913

Don’ts for Husbands circa 1913

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3 thoughts on “Don’ts for Husbands circa 1913

  1. This speaks to me more than ever. Most times the laws that bind the kids are applicable to me. She picks after me, arranges my desk in the study (which gets undone while looking for stuff she must have hidden away), when I pick at my food she shoots me a look synonymous with those from chastising the kids. On weekends makes me have my bath twice! I thought I was free after my mum’s demise but she took over from where she left off and I feel like high school all over again. I thought when she’s out of the house I’ll be free but emptiness doesn’t quite describe the void. The women in our lives…deserve more than appreciation. They must be revered. This is a great peace I’s cherish for a very long time.

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