I read with interest @ Dick Millet’s “Widower’s Tale” wherein he describes an unfortunate scene with a love interest about not wanting to be her “handyman”. I assume she was a single woman who was adjusting to not having a man around the house to take care of all the little projects involving things like ladders, hammers and screwdrivers. I get it. Being a single and disabled woman makes the gap wider in terms of needing someone who is just able bodied to do even the smallest projects.

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