I'm short. My driver's license says 5'5" but that's on a good day when I've gotten a full night of sleep and plenty of fluids. When standing on my high kitchen chairs I maybe reach six and a half feet...add heels and I get to about 6'10"--8-ish with my arms raised...but here's my problem:
...my ceiling is 10' high....
So what do I do?? The floor of my 10'x10' cell is currently covered with bins and coolers. Having such a small room, it's imperative that I keep things at least semi-orderly...but for the LIFE of me I can't even get those darn bins up! And to make it worse:
my closet is very much already full.
Typically, I'm a fairly resourceful individual. After the chair and the heels and the pillows stacked on top of the heels didn't work. My next thought was to post an ad on Craigslist. I thought it could read : "Looking for a man to raise me up--a top shelf man who knows how to stretch. Text only, please." But then I realized that would only end poorly. My next thought was to ask the roommates...but let's be honest, they're the same height as I am and not as strong. My final thought was to get my 6' tall best friend over here to tip it up for me.But the thing is like 50 lbs and the last thing I need is for her to fall off the chair and break her back right as her final semesters of school are starting.
Likely, the boxes will sit on my floor until I find a place for them...but this is my question for you, dear reader [s(hopefully plural!)] what things have you encountered that you've needed a man to do for you? I'm all for girl power and feminism, but what things are you just physically or mentally unable to handle on your own that a man/your man/some man that you know has had to help you with? What, exactly, are men useful for?