For all of the gearheads out there, you know what I mean when I say, “we are on everyone’s speed dial.” It seems we are often called when someone is in need of our skillset rather than a simple “what’s going on” friendship call. Many have taken advantage of my good nature, but I consider myself a giver and enjoy doing what I can to make the world a better place… one favor at a time.
I particularly like to help children and senior citizens. When a neighbor’s kid asks me to help him fix his go-cart or dirt bike, I’m all too eager to lend a hand and teach an upcoming gearhead the proper way to sling a wrench. More often than not, this usually leads to a major upgrade (all at my expense) but puts a never ending smile on someone’s face.
When it comes to helping a senior citizen, I used to do it with the hopes of someone returning the favor if my mom ever needed a hand with something after my dad passed away. The more time I spend with seniors, the more I appreciate them. They are the last of our greatest generation, and a breed of humans that… Read more of this article. Just click on the digital feature below this introduction.
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