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  1. Hello! I just joined Vintage Housekeepers and came over to read. I live in the city in the U.S., and I can tell you I cannot get milk or other groceries delivered here by any local purveyors. The other services mentioned (window cleaners, laundry pick-up, etc) would cost far too much to pay someone to do them for me. And getting that "real" food Mrs. Pierce mentions means I spend three times what it would cost to buy regular, additive filled pre-packaged groceries- which necessitates my involvement in whole foods co-ops.
    I'm with you in that I'd don't want to go back in time (though moving to a country in which one doesn't have to work so hard to find decent "real" food is tempting), but some of the things she mentions sure sound nice.

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