It certainly beats the Homemaker and Laundress
badges I was made to do.
When Papa dies, however, they are almost destitute, depending upon Maman's meager earnings as a laundress
His mother was a laundress
who refused to go on welfare because she did not want the government raising her children.
Left: Gwen Whiting, cofounder of The Laundress
, and Diane Domond, president of Diane Domond Inc.
She discusses the lives of women married to Protestant ministers and army officers, army laundress
and nurse Ellen Williams, writer and conservationist Josephine Clifford, teacher Alice Blake, and ethnologist Matilda Coxe Stevenson.
In being the best laundress
or surgeon or lawyer you can be, you are doing God's work, not just pursuing worldly goals.
In both novels, the character of the laundress
inhabits a deliberately ambiguous textual space.
That's what the study's authors say a typical mom would earn in the marketplace for her combined jobs as educator, cook, laundress
, housekeeper, chauffeur and counselor - plus 60 hours a week in overtime.
I am a taxi driver, dishwasher, cook and laundress
Born Sarah Breedlove on a Louisiana plantation four years after the Emancipation Proclamation, Walker made a living as a laundress
and sought to elevate her standing by attending night school.
Myra Cowie, aged 75, a retired laundress
of Crecy Road, Cheylesmore
I remember that her laundress
, in England, was really poor.