"To become a landlady, it usually takes going through hard times. Most landladies I know are either divorced or widowed. They are not the women who have money to invest in property and do so with the idea of renting out that spare room. No one would be a landlady if they could avoid it. Down through history, women opened their homes to boarders to get by financially after their husband left or died. Becoming a landlady is a process, never planned, and not a choice a woman would make if she could help it. It's not fun. You can make the best of it if you have a sense of humor.
The making of a landlady requires that you have a house with an extra room. This is the basic landlady position...."
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