And a grandmother.
And I have a necessity.
So I think I need to invent something.
I'm not sure how to go about it, though.
And then I'm not sure, beyond that, how to protect my invention so other people don't take it to China and make a zillion knock-offs to sell on the Home Shopping Network.
But let me get your opinion on this anyway.
This morning I woke up in extreme discomfort.
I had 'bent ear syndrome'.
I had slept all night with my ear kind of folded over and this morning it was tender and painful.
I shared my problem with Mr. Jenny. He said he had never encountered 'bent ear syndrome'.
I felt his ears. They were quite huge and cartillage-y (yes, huh, that is a word) so I suspect it only occurs for those of us, like me!, with small, attractive, nubile ears.
I suspect you have small, attractive, nubile ears so it's probably happened to you as well.
Perhaps you have also been distressed wondering how to protect yourself from 'bent ear syndrome' in the future.
Tell your ears not to fear. I think I have come up with a solution.
You can click on the picture to see the fine details more clearly if you like.
It's a great idea, right?
You've never seen these before, have you?
Mother! Grandmother! Invention!
Now I just need to work on the patent and investor angle and I'm good to go!
Let me know if you want in on the deal!
You can have the sewing job. Think how fun it would be to put elastic into all those teeny, tiny ovals of soft, yet rigid, fabric!