I’m a throwback…

…to the 1930’s, apparently. Who knew?

Actually, in the interest of full disclosure, I checked out the scoring disclaimer and having a larger number of children to care for evidently weights your score. I didn’t want you to think I cooked supper every night in heels and pearls–I know you were! (did women really do that in the 30’s?)


As a 1930s wife, I am

Take the test!

HT: between loads of laundry


Author: Lisa Spence

Wife, mother, Bible teacher, bibliophile, occasional blogger

8 thoughts on “I’m a throwback…”

  1. Wow – you did much better than me! My mom had 10 kids though, surely that counts for something?!?! Thanks for commenting on my site & good luck on winning the book – except really I want it… sigh…

  2. I was just average. (High average, though). I like the 50's…wish I could go back to the days of Lucy & Desi…always thought they had the coolest apartment and clothes.

  3. We have two children and so what weighs my score 🙂 I even checked “rely too much on the deli!” ;0still superior. love that! the modern version – not so much i would imagine! 😉 I enjoy home and hearth too much and loving well. 🙂

  4. OK…I’m probably the only one who will admit this…I’m a bust at 39. Then and now. But then again, I didn’t need to take a test to tell me that. Thank God for his marvelous grace that covereth…simply covereth.Too fun!peace~elaine

  5. Amazingly, I also came out superior, even though I “serve too much from tin cans.” I also thought this one might dock some points: Puts her cold feet on husband at night to warm them.

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