A woman’s work is never done

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4 Responses to A woman’s work is never done

  1. Dan Patterson says:

    Tough world, made more so by aggressive pursuit of national goals. Those chicks are doing their best to adapt, and when they’re through they’re gonna make me a sammich.
    That is a Sdkfz 222 armored radio car at the curb, btw. Or what’s left of one.

  2. Rob says:

    After the war I’m guessing…staying alive and keeping up with the day to day chores. Ever see those pictures of the women manning the long bucket lines moving rubble in Germany after the war?
    Tough times & hard work.

  3. anonymous says:

    Mom used to tell me how hard her Mom had to work to keep their clothing washed. Family of 10 kids, two adults, picking farm crops. No running water at homes, women had to carry water from the water source to the location to be used in a wash tub. Women often become ‘slope shouldered’ having to haul water.

    We have it SO MUCH EASIER now then back then. Its no wonder photos of people back then hardly had smiles – they were too tired to do even that.

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