Our Mothers And Grandmothers Could Teach The World Much About Hard Work And Conserving Resources | Ironically No One Ever Thinks To Ask Them

My Mother Was The Face Of Love And Frugality | Now — I’m Her

Just Speculating — But Perhaps If Subsequent Generations Had Kept That Habit Up We’d Be Better Able To Handle Today’s Dwindling Resources

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