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Re: Quiet day

In a message dated 4/9/05 6:50:34 PM, EvaTEsq@aol.com writes:

<< Lesson learned on day 1 of the gardening season:  SUNBLOCK, SUNBLOCK,  
I have to remember that next time.  The back of my neck is wicked  badly 
sunburned.  BRIGHT RED!  Youch, it hurts. >>

Amen!  I wear sunblock year rd as I have severe sun damaged skin & make my 
annual visit to the dermatologist.  The spot I have rcd sunburn in the past few 
yrs is on my back just above the waist line.  I work standing but bent over & 
the wind kicks up my shirt exposing my back where I don't apply sunblock.  
Weird body colorations!

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