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  1. #16
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    Dual purpose.....




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    Handiest is the Swiss Army knife that I always carry.

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    I have a couple of the reacher things, like Pappy pictured. One in the living room, and one in the bedroom. I also have one of those gripper things that helps hoep jars and bottles. The thing for helping me put on socks as well. Only thing I still need to get is a good stepstool. I want one with a handle I can hold on to when I step up onto it, due to my issues with balance.
    If there's a Rock and Roll heaven, you know they have a hell of a band.

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    I really enjoy my gripper it is really helpful. I also enjoy how easy some things make doing things much easier. I love my back scrubber and

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    And the most helpful item I have now that my Husband has retired is his advice on how to do things that I have been doing wrong for over 50yrs of marriage,like loading the dishwasher,washing clothes and even the color that our bath towels should be. I really appreciate his orders I mean advice.
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    An old tuna can..with the rim removed so the sharp edge is exposed...

    Holes punched in it..

    Makes the best chopper you could have when it comes to cabbage for slaw.

    Yea I have an electric chopper..... but that can just does it for me.
    It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are. e. e. cummings

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    ‘And the most helpful item I have now that my Husband has retired is his advice on how to do things that I have been doing wrong for over 50yrs of marriage,like loading the dishwasher,washing clothes and even the color that our bath towels should be. I really appreciate his orders I mean advice’


    Well I certainly won’t be rushing out to get one of those Sassycakes !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wren View Post
    ‘And the most helpful item I have now that my Husband has retired is his advice on how to do things that I have been doing wrong for over 50yrs of marriage,like loading the dishwasher,washing clothes and even the color that our bath towels should be. I really appreciate his orders I mean advice’


    Well I certainly won’t be rushing out to get one of those Sassycakes !




    Nor me..... Sorry Sassy, I'm sure he's lovely in many other ways...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollydolly View Post
    Nor me..... Sorry Sassy, I'm sure he's lovely in many other ways...
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    He does have his good sides at times. I just wish he showed his good side more often.

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