Wednesday, July 15, 2015

How to Preserve a Husband

"In choosing a husband, women need to be very careful of their selection.

Do not choose one that is too young or too green, but one that is tender with a healthy growth! Ensure that you pick one that has been raised in a good, moral atmosphere.

Let your decision be final. If you are too picky, they will not keep.

When you have decided on your selection, turn your thoughts to domestic use. Some wives insist on keeping their husbands in a pickle, while others are constantly getting them in hot water. This will only make them sour, hard and often bitter. Add a pinch of common sense as needed.

Even the poorest varieties can be made sweet, tender and good just by garnishing them with patience.

Spice them up with plenty of smiles.

Be sure to flavour them with lots of kisses.

For an ever-lasting product, husbands should be wrapped in a mantle of kindness, kept warm with a fire of steady devotion and always served with peaches and cream.

Like a fine wine, they will improve with age.


Husbands prepared this way can be kept for many years!"

~ Author Unknown

17 comments:

  1. Well that was different is there one for How to preserve a wife.
    Merle.............

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  2. You make me giggle Jes.
    Blessings,

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  3. Very Intresting,but oh so true! I need to work on this!Thanks for sharing

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  4. This WAS different...and good! I like it! And very true how like a fine wine they improve with age. That's one thing I just love about mine :) Thanks JES!

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  5. This is truly amazing, dearest JES, already the title is all a program !!!
    You've made me heartily laugh !

    Have a blessed continuation of your family-holiday
    sending dear love and hugs
    Dany

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  6. Absolutely the best preservin' recipe ever! Enjoyed this immensely. :)

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  7. Love the recipe and they do get better with time! Hope your enjoying your stay!

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  8. This was a wonderful post...such good advice, and funny, too! Thanks for sharing JES, and I hope you are enjoying your summer away!

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  9. Good afternoon Jes! This was such a cute post, it made me laugh. I hope you have a wonderful week! Hugs, Amy

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  10. I remember seeing this years ago as a new bride. Nothing new about this bride now, it's been 29 years. My decision was final!
    Blessings,
    Laura of Harvest Lane Cottage

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  11. Read this to my wife. Very sweet. Thanks for sharing this with us on the Homestead Blog Hop.

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  12. There is some wisdom here, I believe! Too funny! Visiting from The Enchanting Rose. x Karen

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  13. Oh sweet JES, this was such a sweet and delightful post! A post full of wisdom :) Thanks for sharing with Roses of Inspiration. Love and hugs to you!

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