When you spend as much time behind a nebulizer as I do, you learn to put that time to good use.
A back massage, reading a good racewalking book and/or catching up with emails seems to work for me. Lately, Ive been composing music while nebbing away.
When you said multitasking, first thing that came to mind is that it looks like you’re also in a position to “use the facilities”.
Steve, that pic over to the right is hysterical. Thanks for a laugh this afternoon–I needed it.
I hope you don’t have to multi-task too much! Have a great Christmas and take care!
how can we fit a treadmill in there:)
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