Hiraeth (Welsh pronunciation: [hɪraɨ̯θ, hiːrai̯θ]) is a Welsh word for homesickness or nostalgia, an earnest longing or desire, a sense of regret, the feeling of longing for a home that never was. A deep and irrational bond felt with a time, era, place or person.
Today’s episode revolved around the strength of the women of Genoa City and Nina and Jill from even beyond Genoa City being those who were taking firm control of their families.
Every woman – Phyllis, Chelsea, Chloe, Victoria, Nina, Jill, Abby and Amanda displayed an almost supernatural human strength on the episode and in the town in Wisconsin today, a strength called “being a woman.”
The episode s47e113 featured the speed with which Lola was able to move on with her life despite the disappointing relationship and marriage to Kyle.
Google shows how the three words ‘family’ ‘company’ and ‘business’ drastically shifted with the rise of women in the 1950s on
Phyllis as played by Michelle Stafford was especially good as she kinda stole the episode with her rhythm in her encounters wither Abby and Phillip “Chance” Chancellor IV. It is difficult to be sarcastic and not be nasty, but Michelle is left handed – she does it well!