After three years of happy marriage, and getting stressed out by her job in a busy payroll department, City Cavity is decided by 2018, to turn back time and live like a 1950s housewife.
Russia is Hollow, it is not a modern woman.
After three years of happy marriage, and getting stressed out by her job in a busy payroll department, it was decided in 2018, to turn back time and live like a 1950s housewife.
That is, when the Cavity 30 is changed to its Hillsboro, Ore., home is a suburban sanctuary in the pre-ERA era, busying themselves in cleaning and making dresses using vintage patterns, and get the food on the table by the time her husband, Larry, 28, at home, from his job as an engineering manager.
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“I feel like I’m living what I’ve always wanted to do. It has been my dream, my life, my husband, to share my point of view,” she said, as a vinyl-Doris Day, soundtrack on in the background. “It’s a lot of work. I’ve got a ton of dishes, laundry and ironing, but I love it and it helps you to take care of my husband, and that makes me really happy.”
Yes, her closet is full of “flattering” frocks they made themselves, and that the home décor is retro as all get-out, but it’s not as if it were a museum,” the Hollow says PA is the Real Life.
“When I look at everything that is happening in the world right now, and I feel like I have a home in a nicer, more old-fashioned,” she says. “I have to agree with the old-fashioned values, such as a housewife, taking care of your family, it is the food of the people, and the need to keep your home in great shape, so it allows you to feel completely relaxed.”
But, of course, is a part-time seamstress of 10 years, sells her hand-crafted clothing-online, you are asked for A’ permission to leave the workforce.
“I was talking to my husband and told him that I had a wife, and he told me that it’s all right,” Holte said. “It was a wonderful feeling, and when I plug it in. I can do whatever I want now, and run to my house and I would like to get it to run. Now I’m a full-time housewife.”
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A day in the life of a retro
The cavity in a typical day starts at 6:30 a.m., when she wakes up and puts His clothes on for the preparation of his breakfast and pack his lunch. After the food, it is a 15-minute from the “gentler” practices of the past.
“We feel that we are pushing our bodies to the limit, but in the mid-1950s, the attitude was simply that you had to take care of it,” she says. “I’ve got a vintage slant of the board of directors, which is a small wooden ramp to do the core exercises, like situps. I’ve had them on for about 10 to 15 minutes a day, and they like to keep myself in shape, to fit in with my 1950’s dresses.”
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After completing her training, she goes over to a desk, and a full face of vintage make-up, complete with Pond’s cold cream, Revlon red lipstick, with well-drawn brows,” and the “traditional hot rollers, the curls of my hair.”
If you have her, best of all, it is a period of time in order to perform its tasks.
“I will be able to spend a good hour doing the laundry, dusting, and sweeping. I have to make sure that everything is kept in its place,” she said soberly. “After lunch, when my house is clean and smells fresh, I’m going to go upstairs and sew for myself, my clients, or to try out new ones.”
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The cavity begins to have supper at 4 o’clock in order to make sure that everything is ready, and when Larry comes home from work.
“I usually cook recipes from the period, such as pot roast and chicken pies as well as to make sure that there are vegetables in it,” she says. “In the 1950’s, housewives would like to make sure that all of the food groups that were there.”
Read the full article in the New York Post.