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Although the mother is passing along life learned lessons and survival techniques to her daughter she has predefined what type woman she want to prevent her daughter of becoming After being informed of certain behaviors about her daughter is it true that you sing benna in Sunday school23 Mom decides it is time to sit Girl down and have the talk This talk consists of instructions and restrictions of everyday life for women Mom lovingly gives Girl lots of instructions needed by every woman in her generation She tells her of washing clothes Wash the white clothes on Monday and put them on the stone heap23 cooking meals soak salt fish overnight before you cook it23 shopping when buying cotton to make yourself a nice blouse be sure that it doesnt have gum on it23 and setting the table this is how you set a table for tea this is how you set a table for dinner this is how you set a table for dinner with an important guest this is how you set a table for lunch this is how you set a table for breakfast24 She also explains sewing this is how to sew on a button this is how to make a button hole for the button you have just sewed on23 gardening this is how you grow okra ---- far from the house because okra tree harbors red ants24 house cleaning this is how you sweep a corner this is how you sweep a whole house this is how you sweep a yard24 and greeting others this is how you smile to someone you dont like too much this is how you smile to someone you dont like at all this is how you smile to someone you like completely24 Although necessary and with a thread of reality the instructions are not without fun and games to include the lighter side of life this is how you spit up in
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