OWWWW! shawnee! that looks painful...yeah I remember those scrapes as a kid. Though now it seems to take longer to heal. I hope it heals quick!Here's a warm hug...((( )))
oh! Ow!!! What are you doing to yourself??? Not good!Heal fast!
Yowza!...brings back childhood memories of a horrible spill on an old chert gravel road!''hope yer better soon!
Two words for you: BAG BALMIt soothes and heals. My greatest spill was across the railroad tracks three blocks from home. Decades later I still have a scar to "show off". BTW, no Tilley yet. I quit looking. I have learned it was not left on Shackleford Island for the horses to wear. That narrows it down to somewhere between here and there - a mere 1100 miles.
WOW! Thanks everyone. BIB BALM, huh? Kate, you cracked me up by your "showing off" story. I think I have a few or more of those stories, too! (and scars to prove it).
Shawn! Yowwwww! Whatever you were doing to get that, I hope it was fun.You're gonna have some major scabbage. Which reminds me... I don't know about you, but as a kid, I didn't go a week without my knees covered in scabs. But I always kind of liked them, like badges of courage or something. You know, as if it showed I wasn't some sissy girl afraid to go fast and get dirty.You are no sissy girl! I'll tell you that.Thanks for stopping by my self-absorbed site.
You're so cute michele! You liked to show off your scabs as it showed badges of courage! How adorable is that! Sorta like... when I wore a fake half-arm cast in the 3rd grade to school .... or when I showed off my retainer made up of of a twisted paperclip. Or... when I just posted this photo? ;O)I wear it proudly.. my badge of courage.
Shawn, I showed your wounds to Christer and his respond shocked me. He said, "Sweet." I must add that he said it with a touch of admiration in his tone.
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