Don’t try to fix it? But I can fix it!

Sand dollar in Parksville

Sand dollar in Parksville

I really enjoy this video which hits the nail, pardon me,  is right on target on explaining what happens sometimes when guys try to listen.

Okay, I don’t have any authority to speak for 2.5 billion guys, I got it. Speaking only for myself, I like to fix problems, especially if I consider it my job.

My job is to fix, lift, tote, fetch, carry, open, close, pull, replace, cover, empty, fill, wash, replace, cook, wash, and other related duties.

 

 

dave sr youngLadies, do you want us to listen or fix? Since you must know we like to fix, maybe you should talk to someone who just wants to listen when you don’t want us to act? Or, I say this only in fun, just talk to us when we are watching sports, because then we can say “uh huh, and uh huh” and everyone is happy.

Otherwise give us the talk when you know what you want us to to do, you know we want to do something.

Just fill us in on the action part for us, that’s where we are focused anyway. A list is always helpful.

Guys watch your sports,  Ladies watch your reality dating show – and everyone meet in the squared circle, no low blows.

Love ya Sweetie! flower from squirrel

Of course I’m listening!

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About dfolstad58

I live in the South Okanagan. BC. I enjoy reading, exercise, toastmasters. spending time with my son, my daughter, & her husband , and my patient wife. I try to respond personally to every comment on my blog, and in this way I hope to get to know my readers a little bit and say thank you for their encouragement and suggestions.
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3 Responses to Don’t try to fix it? But I can fix it!

  1. dfolstad58 says:

    Reblogged this on Life and Random Thinking and commented:

    I am happy to reblog one of posts from six years ago, I hope you enjoy it and comment. 🤗🌻😁

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  2. Your blog reminds me of our first year in our own house, many years ago. Hubby decided to fix a washer in the bathtub faucet. It took him 7 hours, even with the how-to book. We didn’t have much money back then, so he refused to listen to my advice to hire help. He’s gotten better at fixing things over the years, and now that we’re better off financially he’s learned to hire help for the bigger stuff…thank God.

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    • dfolstad58 says:

      That reminds me of the first bbq i assembled, tbe store said it was a 45 minute job, took me 6 hours and it wasn’t perfect. I have improved since then by reading the instructions 😊

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