In our household, we both have to be able to do some of the same jobs. One of them is keeping the hummingbird feeder filled and fresh year round. Those wires that they come with to put them on a hook have been a pain to use though. Ours had a small loop at the top and I used to be able to lift the feeder up and slip it on a hook under our eaves. After a while, the ground under the feeder got lower with the redistribution of some rocks to another location. I couldn't reach the hook without having that blasted sugar water dribbling down my arm!
Jim to the rescue! He took out the old wire and put in a new piece of more stiff wire that won't go limp mid-lift! The image to the left shows the new wire hanger he threaded through the red plastic. The wire was bent after it was inserted through the red cap. The second image on the right shows the shape of the wire under the red cap. It is in that flat shape to give more stability to the wire as it sits under the cap. I hope you can make out the way it was done.