Ah I know some with Parkinson's too...

I just love working with People with Colds

I love working with People with Colds. Yep, I’ve fully immersed myself in the subject. Well, in all that snot. I’ve since discovered that they’re not the SUM of all that snot. Rather, they just happen to have lots of it. So, I’ve immersed myself in all that snot. And I’ve also discovered that there are NUMEROUS VARIETIES OF SNOT, which only serves to make the entire topic more interesting. Although, trying to establish who’s suffering from what type of snot and how long they’ve had it is, I admit, a tad laborious. There’s also the disadvantage of having absolutely NO IDEA about how to tackle all that snot and, in particular, how to get rid of it. Living with People with Colds is no walk in the park either. All that snot eventually starts to control your life. Incidentally, you might think that People with Colds are all the same, but you couldn’t be more wrong. If you’ve seen 1 Person with a Cold, then you’ve seen 1 Person with a Cold. And heard, by the way. Anyway, you quickly get used to working with People with Colds. I mean, you hear them all day long; blowing their noses, spluttering, sniffing, sneezing. People with Colds are really Brave. They tend to be exceptionally STRONG. In their own Snot. Sorry, I mean Power. Another thing I love about working with People with Colds is that it’s so REWARDING. I’ve yet to discover what that REWARD is exactly, but I’m certain it’ll become apparent over time. A beautiful tissue dispenser or something. Yep, People with Colds learn to be grateful for the small things (as does their support network). Like being able to breathe normally through your nose again at night. I’ve witnessed it all at close hand you know. So, I genuinely understand what it’s like to be a Person with a Cold. In fact, my great aunt was a Person with a Cold. It’s true. Of course, she’s no longer alive now. But boy oh boy, did she suffer. That’s why I’m dedicated to helping People with Colds. Because I know only too well how it changes your life. And your waste paper bin. Take it from me, disposing of industrial quantities of tissues each day is no laughing matter. Anyway, I’m providing them with training now, so that they can learn how to let go of all that Snot. It’s a messy business, but someone’s got to do it. And we all know that that Snot is here for good, because once a Person with a Cold, always a Person with a Cold. Yep, seriously, I’m absolutely fascinated by all that Snot. And yes, there’s always room for one more at my next workshop. This time, we’re planning to get up close and personal with TISSUES. Used, I might add. I’ve noticed that People with Colds often joke about Snot and stuff. They’re still PEOPLE, after all. The only difference being, they’ve got a Cold. Obviously.

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