There is a saying that goes, "A man may work from sun to sun but woman's work is never done." How true, as this song from about 1692 shows.
Times have not changed much since then, except now women go to work outside the home as well as within it, making their lives that much more difficult.
Big A starts a new job next week, and Little A resumes preschool. We've made the most of the summer with little breaks to beat the heat, and now it's the time of year for the rains to resume.
The days pass, and soon Little A, no longer very little, will be three. Some things have changed, but others remain the same. The laundry piles up as the larder empties, meals must be planned and made and bills paid. Indeed, a woman's work is never done.