Sunday, September 03, 2006

Something my mom sent me



She thought this 1955 Housekeeping Monthly article was interesting. I am so glad I wasn't a wife in 1955! (click on the image to enlarge- hopefully you can read it)

8 comments:

ROAR! said...

Check out this link for an article about women in the workplace from Transportation Magazine, July 1943.

For example "Give the female employee a definite day-long schedule of duties so that they'll keep busy without bothering the management for instructions every few minutes. Women make excellent workers when they have their jobs set out for them, but they lack initiative in finding work themselves."

http://funny2.com/womenemployees.htm

PS: Hope my wife has a good sense of humor if she reads this!! :-)

Chrissy121875 said...

:) Thanks for that, Wiky Lion. Amazing how much things have changed in the past few decades!

t said...

DAng! Good thing I wasn't a wife back then! I'd make a horrible wife!

tammy said...

Wow! Hard to believe tht was a few decads ago. Brutal. The times they are a changin', thank goodness!

ahappilymarriedmommy said...

oh my gawd! Thank goodness we don't live in those times anymore. I don't thik my husband would want me to be like that anyway ;-p

Anonymous said...

my grandmother used to wait for my grandfather after work and greet him by giving him something cool to drink and handing him the newspaper as she gave him a foot massage. She still thinks a good wife always serves her husband.

Chrissy121875 said...

My grandma too, Anon! She still tells me to put food on my husband's plate for him :) I'm like, "Uhhhh...he knows how to put his own food on his plate." :) She's cute!

Anonymous said...

Hey Chrissy!
Is that artical real? -It's hilarious!
I remember when my grandparents were still alive, my grandmother would wait on my grandfather hand and foot....After eating his dinner (or lunch or snack) he would pull out his false teeth and and hand them to my grandmother for her to wash!!!

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