Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Seasonal Jobs

 In the fall my friends and I rake leaves. We don't do it for money,
we just do it to spend time with each other, have fun, and to save
the neighors the trouble. They always seem to want to give us
money but we just look at them and say, "No thank you." For us it's not about
the money, it's about the fun we have, spending time helping the neighborhood.

During the summer my friends and I create an icey stand. We dont split the
 money,we dont spend the money on junk we dont need. We spend it on
more icey flavors. Basicly the icey stand was created to keep kids cool when
playing outside, but it has now grown to be a system where people drive by
 and order, we deliver, or even people on walks will stop by to get the delicious
treat. Our icey stand is called R "n" M's Icey Hut, or just R "n" M's for short.
We enjoy teating people with our iceys and we open every summer.

 Right now we dont have any jobs for winter or spring but once we find something to do,we plan to do it.

In the winter we could shovel snow but living in Oregon, there is only
the occational snow fall.In the spring we could plant gardens and trees in the
 field down the road, but we havn't thought so much about that yet.

Please post any jobs you can think of for winter and spring!
Keep our Oregonian weather in mind.


  1. Neighborhood jobs sound fun to do, but to bad I live out in the country with only 2 neighbors. Maybe during the spring, you could help people with spring cleaning or harvesting food for those who have gardens. My family plants a garden. For winter, you might consider making presents and giving them to people that don't recieve many presents during Christmas. I don't know.

  2. So in a way your making a charity buisness to do stuff for free.