It is an entertaining little piece but I am glad you exposed it for just what it is. My parents were married in 1934 and I came along in 1964, via adoption. They had separate beds, she did all of the housework and cleaning while he took care of the major income and all things in the yard. He far from owned her. She spent his money at will, grew cucumbers for Nalleys to put their eldest son through law school, and they continued going out for dinner and dancing until his death.
You two are two of my favorites here. I am 43 so you 2 are of the perfect age for me to always have thought you to be the cool girls.
Eve, I hope you are loving being a newlywed again. I'd love to see you around here more. Aunt of the bride, please see your private messages.
sweet dreams ladies.
Only when the last tree has died and the last river has been poisoned and that last fish has been caught will we realize that we can't eat money. - Cree Proverb