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 Category:  General Poetry
  Posted: December 26, 2020      Views: 8

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I am a 81 year old man, married to the same woman for 60 years. I have worked at a variety of jobs, but my major work has been Pastoring Interdependent Baptist Churches for over 35 years. My wife Peggy and I have been blessed to have reared four chil - more...

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If you are right handed, do it left handed
"Do It Left Handed" by GE Parson
Hi FanStory Friends,
I'm not sure what category this comes under, so I posted it under poetry even though it doesn't rhyme.

Due to an accident, I am now left handed. I can use my right hand and arm a little bit, but very limited,

So let me ask you right handed people, have you attempted to eat left handed? without spilling food all down your self? or how about holding your coffee cup in your left hand? did you spill hot coffee on yourself? or worse yet, drop the cup?

Or how about this? all you right handers, try wiping your uh, with your left hand? Now that's a real fun training of your left hand!

And then there is typing on your computer key board left handed, that's always an awkward activity.

And I haven't mentioned trying to just sign you name left handed, to say nothing about writing a note to yourself.

And then there are several minor things you just do right handed automatically without thinking that becomes a struggle doing
left handed. Combing your hair, brushing your teeth, shaving and uh men, standing up emptying your might find it easier to sit down for this activity.
And if you don't have someone to tie your shoes, you have a couple three options -go bare footed, wear your shoes untied or buy yourself shoes with snaps or wear boots, but even then it's a struggle pull them on one handed.

And here's a little chore you always do without thinking, blowing your nose.

If you are left handed, do all above, right handed. You will find yourself, either laughing at your self. or angry.

by G. E. Parson
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