My first august post is going to short though.
My husband brought back some old things as he is cleaning out closets and such at his parents.
My daughter wants the big Frankhoma boot. I’m keeping the 2 tiny eagle pitchers to put out when I have patriotic decorations out.
I’m pretty sure our daughter in law I will find a home for the other things .
We’ve been discussing this old spoonrest and it’s meaning.
“A wife can throw out more with a scoop than a man can bring in with a shovel.”
This is very old, I’m guessing maybe from the 1920s or 1930s.
It’s obviously not at all politically correct by 2022 standards.
What do you all think it means?
We’ve got a few theories and have no idea what is right. So I really want to know what you all think.