A lovely offering on how to record moments when life gets too busy with work, raising a family, dirty diapers and all!
Our kids were not my major problem, however. Nor were our means of support and security. My husband had taken a job as a patent examiner with the Government of Canada. His starting salary was $8,000 per year, with annual increases promised and monthly deductions for income tax, health insurance, public service union dues and a pension. I could cook, sew, clean, garden, manage and be thrifty.
Not One Moment to Sit Down and Write
My big concern was that I didn’t have a moment in my day to sit and write down what I was doing and thinking. My passion was to record and pass things on. What I was doing was important and should not be forgotten. How could I capture my fleeting thoughts on these lonely days…
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