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Chore Time

Chore Time by Jean McKishnie Blewett
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Chore Time by Jean McKishnie Blewett is a heartfelt and relatable collection of poems that beautifully capture the daily struggles and joys of domestic life. Blewett explores the mundane tasks and routines that make up our days, from doing laundry to cooking meals to caring for children.

Through her simple yet evocative language, Blewett brings to life the moments of connection and exhaustion that come with taking care of a home and family. Her poems are filled with tenderness and humor, making them easy to connect with and enjoy.

What makes Chore Time stand out is Blewett's ability to find beauty and meaning in the most ordinary of tasks. She reminds us that even in the midst of our busiest days, there is poetry to be found in the everyday moments of our lives. Overall, Chore Time is a delightful and touching collection that will resonate with anyone who has ever found solace in the routines of daily life.

Book Description:
Jean McKishnie Blewett (4 November 1862 – 19 August 1934) was a Canadian journalist, author and poet.
Blewett was a regular contributor to The Globe, a Toronto newspaper and in 1898 became editor of its Homemakers Department. In 1919, assisted by the Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire, she published a booklet titled Heart Stories to benefit war charities. During this time she regularly lectured on topics such as temperance and suffragism. She used the pseudonym Katherine Kent for some of her writing.
After her death, fellow female journalist Bride Broder wrote in tribute: "There is a simplicity about Mrs. Blewett's prose and verse that has made a wide appeal, and her gay-hearted attitude to life, the humorous twists she gave to little things, made her very welcome as a speaker at women's gatherings. In all her writings she touched on the things that appeal to women everywhere and, in doing so, won the admiration of men readers also." (Wikipedia)

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