What are the Things You Hate Doing the Most?

Apr 15th, 2010 | By Dr Jerry D Elrod | Category: Senior Moments Blog

What are the things you hate doing the most?  If you have a list of  ten or more items, you might start today to discover how you can avoid those things.  My advice, for what its worth, don’t do them.  Of course,  if it is something like a colonoscopy and you need to have one, tough break! 

Let’s look at some of those things that might be more easily avoided:

*Mowing Grass.  Move into a condo with a zero lot line.  Do like they do in Arizona, replace grass with rock.  Hire it out. Let it go au naturale. 

*Shoveling Snow . Move, definitely move to a warmer climate where snow is infrequent if at all.  Although it snowed this winter in almost every state of the Union, there may be fewer options available.

*Changing a Flat tire:  Join an automobile club, one that really comes in a hurry and repairs your flat.

*Listening to others talking on their cell phones.  Turn off your hearing aids.

*Cleaning out the garage.  Get a house with a car port.   

*Listening to the neighbor over the back yard fence.  Raise the fence.

*Unstopping a toilet.  Either install a port-a-potty or have a plumber on call 24/7.

*Trimming shrubbery.  Remove it all, completely and now before the season gets worse.

*Cleaning gutters.  Simple, remove the gutters. 

Any more wise ideas, post them on your refrigerator door, where they will be lost among all the grandkids’ school work and you won’t have to be reminded.



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