This week you talked about the little princess and how she was forced to do things over and over and over. I was the princess but I was not allowed to do anything. My mother knew how she wanted it done and she did it. I was never taught how to clean, how to cook, how to do anything in the house.
Then I knew I was going to get married. I panicked. When I checked out a book at the library, I think it was written by homes and Gardens, I was laughed at. It taught me what I needed for my kitchen, because I had no idea.
I started out with misplaced homemakers, I had all my little cards in the file box. They were in pretty colors.
I was certainly glad when I came upon FlyLady and Company, Inc., it must’ve been late 60s or early 70s. Now I do a pretty good job. I am 80 years old and I have raised my daughter, my son, grandchildren, and great grandchildren on your program. So thankful for you lady.