He’s a good son. How many of us have uttered that phrase while bursting with pride? And, in the next breath: I just wish he lived closer. We all need a “good son” nearby - one who will rush over at a moment’s notice to take us to the doctor, watch the house while we’re away, go grocery shopping, put up hurricane shutters, take the car in for service or even just change a light bulb.

For those of us who aren’t lucky enough to have the real thing nearby, there’s a fantastic facsimile: The Good Son company, a Boca Raton-based business, run by long time resident Martin Davis, that delivers efficient, affordable high-quality home and lifestyle services throughout Palm Beach County. Their motto: “We Specialize In Your Peace Of Mind.” That means you can trust them to take care of those everyday tasks (including furniture assembly, grocery shopping and prescription pickup) as well as taking care of your home while you’re away and dealing with hurricane prep. And they’ll do something that even your real son might not want to do: Fire a company that isn’t performing up to your expectations and replace it with one that will. Ah, what a good son.

For more information: check out their listing in the Seniority Matters Directory or go to their website.

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Linda Haase

Linda Haase, Seniority Matters' guest blogger, is a veteran journalist and a member of the indomitable Sandwich Generation. She is currently a freelance writer for the Palm Beach Post, AARP Bulletin, Boca Raton Observer and other publications.  When she's not writing,she likes to enjoy quiet time at home, dreaming of the day she can sleep past 5 a.m.

Linda may be contacted via email at lindaprofiles@gmail.com.

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