culture in an insane time
Yes, that was my mother until 1965 when she re-joined the workforce and discovered feminism. She was innately designed for it. She rose to the top of a corporate structure after being a stay-at-home mom for many years. But she had yearned...for more.
My mother worked, then didn't, then did, then did a little. By 1965, my dad was lucky enough to retire early with assets, later lost causing him to re-enter the workforce.Their Depression/War gen had more grit than my 'b-boom' one. They had a productive kind of drive, having had little when young.I had too much when young.Don't you just love their names? Very few on that list would be chosen by today's 'young moms'.
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