My dad is so mad about ruining my car he’s making me get a job to pay for it

 

August 24, 1964, Monday. Party at Toes was called off

Went to the beach at 10:30 until 12:30. My sister Donna and her friend Terri Thompson had to be rescued by a life guard, because they were being thrown against the rocks at the jetty. When they came out, I couldn’t help laughing. Howard was cold to me and had a hangover. Went to Pearl’s pool until 3:00. Came home and Daddy was mad about my car. He said it was ruined for good and it was my fault! They bugged me about getting a job to pay for my own car. They brought it to the stations to be fixed and it’s going to cost about $25 – $30 dollars. I’ve got to get a job, I’m so scared to think of next year and I don’t even have a boyfriend!! Plus I’m fat!! The party was called off at Toes, which ruined my night. Pearl came over and we went cruising. The’re working on our new pool being built.

saffrons rule lifeguard

I think I laughed because it was embarrassing to have a cute lifeguard rescue you at Toes, in front of all the Surfers.  I feel bad I laughed at them.

saffrons rule daddy yelling at me

I felt like such a looser, ruining my car and I knew my parents were disappointed when I blew my audition and was disqualified at the Miss Culver City Contest.  Now the only thing left for me was to get a dumb job.

saffrons rule job

I wasn’t qualified to do anything but look cute and sit at the beach in a bikini.  I wanted a career as an actress not a job as who knows what.

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About saffronsrule

Sharrie Williams is the author of The Maybelline Story and a direct descendant of the Maybelline Cosmetic Family. Great niece of Maybelline founder Tom Lyle Williams. Buy a signed copy today.
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