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Re: Gloves or not?


Denise...Wimp! (smooooooch)
  I only wear gloves if I'm working with things with thorns, or if I'm
pruning bushes or trees. I have a blister or two, and that's all a part
of gardening. The dirt under my nails gets washed off, eventually. :)

Diane

Denise Nakon wrote:
> 
> Yea on the gloves. I HAVE to have my gloves! I hate the feel of dirt getting
> under my nails and I prefer NOT to touch icky critters. One day a few years
> agao, I was diggin in the garden and I picked up what I thought was a huge
> nightcrawler. I was shocked when I saw it was a baby Michigan rattler!
> Beleive me, I was glad I was wearing my gloves!
> 
> Denise
>
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