It’s full of all kinds of useful information, from “Even dishwashing needn’t be dull!” to “Kitchen Economics” to “Wine is Fun!” (I already noticed that).
My favorite page so far:
What kind of a husband have YOU?
Read his character here
Is he eager to get ahead? Y N
Does he think faster than others? Y N
Does he find it hard to get the day’s problems out of his mind at night? Y N
Is he continually dissatisfied with himself? Y N
Is he a light sleeper? Y N
Does he like to be on the go? Y N
If the answers to most of these questions are “no” you are married to a calm, reserved rather phlegmatic person. If most of your answers are “yes” your husband is the energetic, “race-horse” type. Like the race-horse he is quick, high-strung, eager to win. Like the race-horse he is excitable, nervous, sensitive. One thing may stand in the way of his success–his nerves.
Hmm. Identifying my own husband’s character was easy. Had there been a “hell yes” answer category, Captain Daddy would’ve aced it.
Incidentally, the book doesn’t say, after you’ve been enlightened about the man you married, what exactly you are supposed to do with this information.
Perhaps I should send my little racehorse off to the races, where he can win us some big bucks with his quick, high-strung nature and eagerness to win.
I’d miss him, though, and his energetic fast thinking and sleepless nights.