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silvasava wrote: »
LL - could be a horsefly bite - they are itchy and I have a horrendous reaction to them. They usually end up in quite a big blister with yellowish fluid in it - nasty.
Humpty - The OPI Start to Finish is a basecoat,Nail Hardener and Topcoat all in one,as my nails were looking so bad I just used it to give them a bit of support and protection but I've used it in the past when doing a full proper manicure - it makes your varnish last the best part of a week.
melodyladygunslinger wrote: »
wednesdayThankyou do the advice on meditation exercises. I had tried them in the past but they don't seem to last long with me. I have found my CD of thunderstorms and rain sounds again though which I've been trying to listen to before bed and this has helped me calm down a bit so hopefully I will keep this up to help me��
lessonlearned wrote: »
I got badly bitten the other day by an insect. I am not sure if it is just a mosquito bite but looking at it I think it might have been a tick carrying Lyme Disease, although I didn't see a tick to remove. It might not have fully attached because I felt whatever it was bite and brushed it off immediately. The bite is not looking good though, very red and hot. It has the beginnings of the "bullseye effect" associated with a Lyme Rash, but it's itchy like a mozzie bite, so a bit confusing. Lol.
I'll keep an eye on it. I'll know more in about a week or so. Caught early Lymes is fairly easy to treat, untreated it can be devasting.
Not sure if it's linked to climate change but be warned, Lyme Disease is definitely on the rise in the U.K.
maman wrote: »
I felt good alongside those who'd chosen a much more casual look (cropped trousers and tops a la M&S:(). I know I didn't look like mutton and I was much happier alongside the women that wore dresses rather than the others.
lessonlearned wrote: »
Still need to brace myself for the photos......:eek:
humptydumptybits wrote: »
I have heard OPI is a good brand so I might give it a go but I'm going to do a week or two of treating them with oil.
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