Doctor's office March 3

It's fun to be working for Earl no matter where I go.

I had to go to the doctor.  I have a problem but he says it's all in my head.  Of course he'd say that, he's a head doctor.

Anyway, one of his aides mentioned how dry her hands were, especially with the onset of the coming crisis.  And I remembered that I had a sample bottle of Earl's liquid in my briefcase.

"Here," I said.  "Let me put a tiny drop of this in your palm, and all you have to do is rub it into your hands."

"Are you sure?  Should I rinse off?" she asked.

"If you want, of course.  But others tell me that they like the feeling of our product straight on their hands, especially when their hands are extremely dry."

She tried the drop and rubbed it in.

"Oooh," she said.  "I like this, it feels good."

Her coworker expressed an interest and I obliged.

"This is nice," she said.  "A very neutral scent, and no peeling."

I had no idea what peeling meant, so she explained it to me.

They liked the feeling, and I left them the samples and my phone number.  I really have to get cards or a flier made up one of these days.