All too often women fall for the tall, dark, and handsome types — before waiting to see if the man in question possesses those deeper qualities that truly matter.
Namely, faucet fixing, blind hanging, fan installing, and shelf building.
If that adorable lump on the couch hasn’t turned out to be quite the handyman of your dreams, don’t kick him out. Instead plan a rendezvous with Michael Goldstein. A former children’s program director at the Jewish Community Centers (tell Bubbie to stop kvelling; he got married last month), Goldstein spent the past year building a rep as The Mensch with a Wrench by helping out everyone from friends to the parents of kids from the community center. And now he’s taking his show on the road.
Goldstein can tackle projects big (building a tree house) and small (fixing toilets and showerheads). Plus, he’s prompt, cleans up after himself, and gets back to you when you call.
Excuse us for a moment. We’re getting verklempt.
Michael Goldstein, a.k.a. Mensch with a Wrench (773-791-7769 or firstname.lastname@example.org).