My sister-in-law got this as a gag gift for her dad.
First off, are all husbands supposed to look like that? And why is he grinning like that?
It’s a great pamphlet, I’m sure.
Yet however full of useful information it may be – much of it timeless (as the book was published by Scripture Press, Wheaton Illinois, 1958) – I must say there are some serious miscalculations when identifying what rates a woman should be paid:
How do chauffeuring, governessing, and practical nursing all get paid less than being a food buyer? While not I’m not dismissing the value of the later – as I, for one, very much appreciate good food buying – in our home, the aforementioned are full contact sports and deserve far more in compensation.
Hats off to my selfless, committed, graceful, diligent, food buying, and ever lovely Jennifer Lee. ch: