THE LAST LOAF in Postcards 4

  • June 5, 2021, 12:56 p.m.
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Life is different these days now that our house has two slow folks in it. It does take two hands to make a loaf of bread even in a bread machine. Bringing two weeks of laundry up two flights of stairs isn’t functional any more. Hanging laundry requires a certain elan I’m sometimes missing. So we hired the eldest daughter.

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This visit we paid her with brake and clutch pads for her little Toyota RAV4. She had no trouble popping them on. Money, lunches, and dinners are other methods of payment. She retaliated by using the chair lift for the heaviest of the work. Bravo for her imagination.

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ODSago June 05, 2021

Wonderful concepts! You are ever and in each part of your life the creative mind. You're my model. Thanks.

Jinn June 06, 2021

I love my breadmaker but not the calories so it’s shelved for awhile again. Drat it!
So glad you have your daughter to help. Carrying laundry is a bear for me too . :-(

Marg June 06, 2021

What a great idea to use the chair lift!

NorthernSeeker June 06, 2021

It's so good you had your daughter to help you out. I've been wondering how you've been able to manage those essential chores even with the two of you pitching trying together. Those are really heartwarming smiles too. Looks like a lot of the help was for the heart.

Narrator June 08, 2021

What a brilliant idea! Both ideas! :)

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