Anniversary Party Game #5 >>
Babysitting, walking beans, and detasseling corn (farm girl!)
Yes!!! In iowa heat. Remember the bugs. Omg :(
Got a few pennies selling four o'clock seeds in the neighborhood.
Kay, I love Four o'Clocks! The fragrance reminds me of my childhood.
My sister still gives me seeds!
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Game closed! Congrats to Coco in CA! Send me your address!
I strung jewelry on copper wires before plating.
Concession stand at movie theater - I made so much popcorn.... (not for prize)
Organist for early Mass, then lifeguard. Just remembered cashier at movie theater! 0 prize but thnx!
Notice how many of us are listing 3+ jobs, LOL. Who can choose just ONE! Like our dolls.
Good point, Haha!
Working in a florist shop for $1.14/hour.
Mowing an acre of grass for a total of 25 cents with a push mower (no prize).
No prize - babysitting
Cutting grass on weekends - used the old type mower (no power).
Dad would give me a nickel if I could be quiet for an hour - LOL!! No Prize-already have it. :)
That's the best answer so far! LOL
But how many nickels did you get? LOL
I worked for McDonalds at 16 :)
Babysitting, then McDonald's :-)
Forgot to say, not for prize - I have this lovely already:)
wondered for awhile, but yes, babysitting!
Frying chicken at KFC!
Babysitting then Inventory at Liberty House.
My first real job was the local Dairy Queen. I can still do the wrist action swirl! LOL
Not for prize, I have those gorgeous fashion.
I worked in a comic book store when I was 15
I picked cherries from our tree, load up my red wagon and sell pints of cherries to the neighbors.
Cleaning classrooms at my HS after school.
For my allowance, dusting the woodwork, dry mopping the floors and then washing the floors in >>>
Outside of the usual lemonade stand that only parents bought from, it was babysitting
Babysitting for the neighborís hellions was my first paying job.
Babysitting, dog walking, then bookstore :)
2nd grade I started helping Dad and Grandpa with land surveying...
I bet seeing real life applications made math more meaningful. I used IRS forms to teach biz math.
That's fascinating, Dennis!
Bagging groceries at the PX
Making powdered milk for 2 cents, killing snails for 1 cent! Story and pic >>>
Great photo. Precious Dad! Thanks for the prize and the fun.
Thanks, Trish, and you're so welcome!
Oh Helen! This is so sweet. Your Dad was a very smart man and you were adorable.
Thanks, Edie! I can't remember a time when I wasn't working! >>
Shampooist in a hairdresser's, then Saturday jobs in a butchers and an antiques>>
Babysitting, Blueberry picking then a grocery cashier. My first grown up job.
Babysitting for years and years
Babysitting for years then Montgomery Wards cashier and Plug board phone operator
Working as a cashier was my first job. Babysitting brothers was unpaid.
Babysitting and then cashier at Bohack
Cutting grass and babysitting.