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Posted April 7, 2009
Written in 1913. Good advice today.
Although my husband and I don't partake in "smoking in the drawing room" or awaken early to "see if the maids are stirring," wisdom is still wisdom - even if it's been 100 years since the first words were written. This book contains a series of proverbs designed to improve marriage. And along the way give us a glimpse into how little the foundations of marriage have changed in the last century.
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Posted January 23, 2011
Wonderful Little Read - Good for Gifts!
A fun wonderful little read! You'll either nod in agreement or chuckle at some of this marriage advice from 1913!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
One of my favorites - "Don't scowl or look severe. Cultivate a pleasant expression if Nature hasn't blessed you with one."
I'm planning to use it as great valentine's, anniversary, or wedding gift for some of my fun loving married friends and family!