What a Worker
In a Scottish fashion house SUSAN ASHFORD puts in a hard, creative day’s work every day, and you can’t stop her vibrantly attacking all kinds of other jobs at week-ends, either.
Makes us feel fragile, she does. The energy of the girl. And she’s only twenty-one.
She keeps her car in her garage at home, and she doesn’t only like to keep the car gleaming with polish, she likes to keep the garage spotless too. It’s incredible. All those lovely week-ends just made for fun and Susan happy with a broom.
Wearing just the bare essentials, as it were, she goes into action. If we had a bloke come round to do a spot of polishing or cleaning for us, he’d be wearing egg-stained dungarees and turn the place upside-down in minutes. Not Susan. With smooth, curvy efficiency, and looking like a shipwrecked sailor’s dream of home, she cleans up the garage in no time at all. Talk about how to make a humdrum job look like a floor show at Dick’s Nitery.