This 100-year-old woman is still working in the laundry room 11 hours a day
• This 100-year-old woman is still working in the laundry room 11 hours a day
For this 100-year-old woman's working day begins at 7 am. After Felimina Rotundo is still 6 days a week working in the laundry of the city of Buffalo, New York, USA. And the first time she came to work at age 15, during the Great Depression.
From 7 am to 6 pm Felimina Rotundo working in the laundry College Laundry Shoppe in Buffalo.
In the 100-year-old woman is still the 11-hour day, six days a week.
According to her, she went back to work at age 15, during the Great Depression, and works since then.
Rotundo, which turned 100 years old in August, says that he does not even considering retirement.
Type of laundry inside. According Feliminy, it will continue to work as long as it remains in good health.
The woman said that the appropriate age for retirement - 75 years, but only if health is an issue.
As for advice for their peers, she said: "Many of you old people - go outside and do something. Get out and do at least some work. "
And this is how this wonderful laundry room with no less wonderful staff looks from the street.