Saturday, July 26, 2008

Could you cut it as a 1930's wife?

All I have to say is this: if "Dresses for Breakfast" is a requirement, then I'm getting some serious demerits. However, since my husband is usually thoroughly passed out asleep during breakfast, and Max and Maggie probably won't rat me out, I guess I'm safe. :-)

P.S. Click on the picture to make it a little bigger to read it. It's hilarious!


Jonathan said...

Please do not tell Jeff about this system. ;)


Denise said...

Hilarious! Red nail polish IS particularly troublesome, isn't it?

Cindy McLean said...

Thanks for the chuckle!

Geoff said...

i'll have beth start checking herself.

John and Janel Breitenstein said...

Oh, my word. I totally flunk! DEFINITELY bad on both #6's (as in, I'm never prompt and I don't think anyone would put my house in the "tidy" category), my husband warms my feet, and kids have severely diminished my ability to have interesting least one with complete sentences. This was great!

Alison said...

I consider my husband warming up my feet to be an important perk of marriage. Poor 1930s women!

Particularly classic is the requirement for women and their children to attend church—while not bothering the husband's beauty sleep on Sunday mornings. Nice.

Thanks for posting this! What fun!