"After all... tomorrow is another day," said Scarlett O'Hara, and with flaming eyes gazed in the future.
As Josephine Cochrane did, as she invented the first commercially successful automatic dishwasher.
And what would the modern mother do without a waterproof disposable diaper, the invention of Marion Donovan.
In a visit to New York City in the winter of 1902, in a trolley car on a frosty day, Mary Anderson observed that the motorman drove with both panes of the double front window open because of difficulty keeping the windshield clear of falling sleet. In November 1903, Anderson was granted her first patent for an automatic car window cleaning device controlled from inside the car, called the windshield wiper.