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Old 04-13-2008, 06:07 PM   #11
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Never mind "farmer's tan" and "trucker's tan!" Now we have "knitter's tan!"
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I guess it's AWWW BURNT instead of Auburn today.

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Old 04-13-2008, 06:46 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Lisa R. View Post
Never mind "farmer's tan" and "trucker's tan!" Now we have "knitter's tan!"
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Old 04-14-2008, 12:18 AM   #13
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HaHa! Knitter's Tan! That's good.
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Originally Posted by snowbear View Post
aloe vera helps. I keep it handy I bought it in the spray bottle just for sunburn.
so do cold teabags, blot them on, it takes the sting out and ripens the burn faster

I get burnt in no time flat, before the thinning of the O-zone, so I have a lot of experience

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......but I'm white under my chin...probably from looking down at my needles.
I'm glad to hear you aren't in pain, because the chin thing made me laugh! Take care and hope you heal quickly.
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hahahaha

Aww sweetie, I'm sorry :( SPF!
Yes, SPF repeatedly, throughout the day! I"m glad it doesn't hurt. Mayber you need an umbrella to sit under... I'm sure that'd go over great with the people behind you... Very creative use of potential dead time...
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Yes, SPF repeatedly, throughout the day! I"m glad it doesn't hurt. Mayber you need an umbrella to sit under... I'm sure that'd go over great with the people behind you... Very creative use of potential dead time...

Well, we have a big tent that you see people put up at games, and we each had our own umbrellas. I just didn't sit under them because I wanted to watch the college game before my daughter's game. You had to get close to the sidelines because there were so many people.

Oh well...I'll do the sunscreen from now on, I promise.
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And i though I was a knitaholic. Like the monkey socks auburn
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And i though I was a knitaholic. Like the monkey socks auburn
Yes, I think it was at that point that my husband turned to me and said, "Nathalie, this is an addiction." Of course, he had also seen the pictures of my yarn on Flickr after I had sent him the link for an album I made of our kids' pictures -- bad move on my part. He went exploring through ALL of my pictures. I told on myself.

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Yes, I think it was at that point that my husband turned to me and said, "Nathalie, this is an addiction." Of course, he had also seen the pictures of my yarn on Flickr after I had sent him the link for an album I made of our kids' pictures -- bad move on my part. He went exploring through ALL of my pictures. I told on myself.

This is exactly why I haven't even mentioned I have a flicker account to my dh - mine is ALL yarn and projects. one of two shots of the kids, but mostly yarn in one form or another.

Love those socks, too!!
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