“If you’re looking for old-fashioned relationship advice . . . Miss Abigail is your gal.”
– The Washington Post
I strive to live by this advice from Richard Wells each day ~ even though it seems harder and harder sometimes to do so! We must all try, as much as we can.
Here’s a good quote regarding “wearing the mask of pretense” from Lillian Eichler’s 1941 The New Book of Etiquette. I thought it might come in handy right now!
Some advice from Richard A. Wells, Manners, Culture and Dress, 1891, on affirming facts.
I’ve decided to come out of semi-retirement, which is otherwise known as “I’ve been too lazy to update my website and social media channels” (at least for the time being) because the state of our dear United States of America has been so distressing to me. If you spend any time on Twitter, which I… >>Read the Rest…