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Stricken!

I have seasonal allergies.  FALL seasonal allergies.  The ragweed must have arrived, because I've had to pull out the arsenal.

Allergies 001

Now, don't get me wrong.  I'm grateful to be stricken by such a normal, commonplace, and temporary health issue.  But.  It's hard to get anything done when you're sneezing and dripping and sneezing again!  I did get relief yesterday when I spent a couple of hours in ice rinks, watching Brian's hockey games (pollen is minimized in that frozen environment!).  But I can't stay in there forever!

On the positive side. . . seasons change!  And my allergies will subside.  Also. . . I'm not allergic to wool!  Here's a little teaser of what's to come later this week (after I find appropriate buttons).

Kodachrome finishing 002

But now, I must run.  To find a tissue.  Ahhhhh-chooooooo. . . . .

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Cookie

I hope the allergies stop soon!

kmkat

I was lucky enough to outgrow hay fever and most seasonal allergies. My teens and 20s were nasty, but now I have few symptoms. One of the [increasingly rare] benefits of aging ;-)

Just noticed that you have Stieg Larsson's "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" in your sidebar. I listened to it on my iPod and promptly requested the next one from the library; just finished it a few days ago. What a great series! (But I hate it when an author has the audacity to die on me after writing only three books.)

Erin Mulhern

UGH! I hate allergies. *sniffle*

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