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Re: Gloves or not?

I've never been able to keep the silly things on my hands (have a
similar problem with sox!).  But I just rubbed the skin in the palm of
my hand away by planting a bunch of annuals -- knew I'd do that!  I
prolly don't hold the trowel properly.  When transplanting small
plants, I hold the silly thing so that the wooden end of the handle is
in/against my palm!   I really need s/t bigger than a trowel, but
still a hand tool  -- a hand shovel!  Any ideas?????

So, I'll try to wear at least 1 glove for awhile!! :<<
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