Ok guys, here's a question for you. Say you got two elderly, well, not exactly spring chicken types, of people living on a farm, and one of 'em - sleeps in every day, oh, say 2-3-4 hours later than the other one, so one of 'em does the earliest chores - every day - for - years. Years. And the one that ain't sleepin' in - just don't like it a whole lot. For several reasons. Not a lot of fun, first of all. Not a lot of company, chit chat or socializing going on, and a good lot of the time that is followed by a long solitary drive in the car and eight hours of solitary work at an office....and it's not so much that one of 'em wants to GET OUT of doing the chores, but especially in the winter, there's practical issues. Like that it's not good to be out working and not have anyone awake and notice that you are out there an awful lot longer than you should be, because, oh, say, you fell on the ice and can't get up, and it's 10 degrees out there, and the clock is ticking along and you're getting cold, and you can't get up. So how does this sort of thing work at your house? I realize a lot of couples - the animals really belong to one of them and the one of them is going to be getting up and taking care of them. And I realize with lots of couples there is one of them that is just going to say - 'I ain't changin', so shut up and do it yourself'. But what about the some of you that really think that it should or could or would change, what would you do and how.