Monthly Archives: March 2010

1962 Diary of a Minnesota Housewife — Pt. 29

Sat. Apr. 14. Girls to choir practice & then to piano lessons. Art picked them up. Sun. Apr. 15 All the children carried palms & received them for taking home. Wed. Apr. 18. Car went for new tires. Thurs. Apr. … Continue reading

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My Family + Communication

It’s a nasty blow to my aesthetic/ I think my family is totally pathetic/ I’ve never seen a family as strange as mine/ a normal family would be simply divine/ I’m talking about talking, and staying in touch/ a few … Continue reading

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A Note to the Mpls. Star Tribune

Hey, Stribbie, anything that leads to a fatality cannot be called a "squabble."

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1962 Diary of a Minnesota Housewife — Pt. 28

Sat. Apr. 7. Girls to choir practice.Lloyd came & he & Art went to work. Girls walked to Lowry to music lessons & I drove to get them with Baby & boys. We had french toast for lunch. Set rolls … Continue reading

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1962 Diary of a Minnesota Housewife — Pt. 27

Mon. Apr.2. 3 kids to school. Margie seemed to have a cold so I kept her home. She found it quite boring. We did the exercises together (with Jack LaLanne) and Baby tried too. Washed girls’ old room and baked … Continue reading

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1962 Diary of a Minnesota Housewife — Pt. 26

Thurs. March 29. The usual day. Breakfast, lunch, wash, dishes, ironing & made Baby some summer jeans. Fri. March 30. Today we went to see "Pinocchio" at The Terrace, and to 2 groceries after & then to Merwins for treats. … Continue reading

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1962 Diary of a Minnesota Housewife — Pt. 25

Sun. March 25. Girls to choir, boys & I went to second service. Grandpa came for lunch and we had a nice dinner with tea. Mon. March 26. A busy day. All to school. Baby watching Capt.Kangaroo. Marge & Diane … Continue reading

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