[Sca-cooks] Little Susie Homemaker, was Bread Yeasts
lilinah at earthlink.net
Mon Jan 21 00:10:13 PST 2008
>I was avoiding the term "Suzie Homemaker" since my given name happens to
>be Susan and I'm short but not slender. Just saying.
>Little Selene Homemaker.
>THANK you, Selene! I *hate, loathe and despise* that particular
>moniker. It says "Susan" on my passport, too, and when I was
>younger, I had the whole "way too wholesome, blue-eyed,
>freckled-nose, hair-in-braids" thing down pat. Not on purpose, mind
>you, just happens to be my genetic inheritance. Cute? Ick, icky,
>ickety, ick....There's just something so...dismissive...about
>"little Susie Homemaker."
>I may be a short cook built something along the lines of Fred
>Flintstone, but I have the soul of a warrior goddess. I just use
>kitchen tools (and fiber art tools) instead of doing sword/board.
>--Maire "there ain't nothing little about me" NiNuanain
Well, I, like a few others here, am old enough to have actually had
some "Susie Homemaker" toys (like child sized brooms, child sized dry
mops, etc.) when i was a child in the 1950s. Anyone who has seen my
home will know that the intent failed utterly.
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