Wanted – Somebody Who Is Good With Their Hands
Ever wondered why you never see a person walking with a walking stick and an umbrella? Even seen somebody walking with a walking stick getting absolutely drenched in the rain and thought, that’s sad, it’s unfortunate they do not have an umbrella? Or have you ever seen somebody with or without a stick, struggle to hold their umbrella for a period of time and pointed them out to your companion, as a pathetic weakling who does not have the strength to hold an umbrella upright?
Rain brings a multitude of dilemmas for the crippled. Going outside can be like Sophie’s Choice. City living really can be traumatic. Something needs to be done to protect the needy from excessive moisture.
The time thus, is a time for action. Action and innovation.
Have you ever wanted to help the disableds and did not know what you could do? Do you always feel like you could be more charitable? Are you handy with some tools? Do you have an overwhelming need to show off your skills? Can you weld? Can you smell titanium?
If you have said ‘yes’ to one or more of the questions above, then maybe two can become one, to create something rather special. Not a baby you fool. Despite having a wealth of creative imagination, I have little skill, it pains me to say in manufacture, crafts and neatness. I am seeking somebody to execute my creation of the walking stick/umbrella combo. The Walking Stick/Umbrella Combo (working title only). The device appears to be a standard walking stick, but the handle either stores an umbrella or holds a weightless umbrella attachment, allowing the unfortunate to protect themselves from the rain, without having to sacrifice their walking support or changing the position of their hand. It’s ingenious. I know, you don’t have to tell me.
Artist’s impression on graph paper
So, if you think you can assist and we can make millions, do seek out contact.
If like me, you have no talent in this area, or simply, if you have no desire to take time out of your physically enabled life, then that is fine. There is no issue. No issue at all. You cannot help me. That’s fine. Just fine. I don’t care.
Emma Jane Jones
P.S. If you are feeling thankful right now that you can go out in the rain and hold an umbrella, and this sorry for those who cannot, but you cannot help my entrepreneurial ambitions, maybe just help out some cancer patients or something. Paul tells me he is going for a jog of some sort, in the east, it’s not quite welding metal, but it’s something. Here’s the link https://www.justgiving.com/PaulTompsett/
If you cannot shower my scheme with money, shower Macmillan via him.