Getting dressed when you only have one strong arm can be challenging, to say the least.
Putting a shirt on was one skill they taught you before they set you loose.
Now, humor me and put your shirt on.
Don’t use your dominant arm at all.
Don’t let it stiffen at arm holes.
Don’t let it push it’s way out.
It sort of sucks!
THE ART OF GETTING A SHIRT ON
- You put the shirt in your lap, front down
- You start with your weak side, bunch up the sleeve, and pull your hand through the hole with your stronger hand
- Still on your weak arm, pull the sleeve at least over your elbow
- Now you stick your stronger arm in it’s sleeve
- Having both arms in should make the neck hole accessible, yank it down over your head (destroying any chance you had of a hairdo)
- Pulling the neck into place SHOULD ease the weaker-arm-sleeve into place
- Adjust, smooth, realize why you very rarely see women with one arm wearing button-front shirts
You should get your shirt on and realize that &*$##%^&&%$#@$# thing is on backwards, HERE.