I read. A lot. One novel I read this past spring was Cooking Up Love by Cynthia Hickey, and I adored it. Not only was the writing fabulous and the book a page-turner, but I learned about Harvey Girls which I found fascinating.
In this fictional narrative, Tabitha worked at a Harvey House 140 years ago. Back then, women primarily were domestics or teachers, it was a little risque to be a Harvey House girl. At that time, clothing was modest, co-workers didn't date or flirt, and there was a social pecking order. Unlike today, restaurants were not common and going out to eat was a treat.
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