Grandma

My younger days were just pretty well the same thing over and over. One factory after another. I worked in three different factories. I did the sewing -- they made underwear and stuff like that for men in the service. And, I worked in a shoe factory. And, my last place that I worked was at TACO. They made antennas, outside antennas. They were dangerous, you had to have a screen in front of you before you pushed a button -- in case your hand was up there and it cut it off! [laugh] One girl lost three fingers from it. Well, it was a heavy -- heavy, dirty job.