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Lobster Claws...yeouch!

Saturday, July 03, 2010

Just a quickie...had a blast kayaking with sister and her kids yesterday. However when I slathered up with sunscreen I was wearing sneaks / socks...guess what got toasted! Turned my feet into lobster claws...! Although I managed a short bike ride to my aunt's this morning I'm giving my feet and ankles a break now...slathering them with aloe, hoping to be more active tomorrow.

It's been great catching up with family I haven't seen in a long, long time!

Hope everyone's doing well out there! :-)

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    Oooh you have my sympathy! I'm glad I read this, it's a reminder for ME to put sunscreen on my feet also since I go to the beach
    2785 days ago
    Lobster claws, that's a funny way to described it, made me laugh. Hope your claws get better fast. emoticon
    2790 days ago
    You bring new meaning to "hot dogs."
    2793 days ago
    Ouch - you poor thing! Hope the pain goes away ASAP!
    2793 days ago
  • JEAN_W
    Ouch. Oh, well, live and learn, eh? It sounds like a lot of fun, otherwise. #:^ )
    2793 days ago
    oh thats gotta hurt.
    I burned my feet once and that hurted i couldnt wear shoes or socks for days ...

    Good luck with the Aloe Vera!
    2794 days ago
  • SUNNY238
    OUCH!! I've burned my feet before so I feel for you!!! Stay healthy and remember to slather those tootsies too!!! The sun reaches to the most surprising places sometimes, lol. Aside from the burned toes, kayaking sounds like so much fun!! I'm not a water person, but I bet that's something I could get into. I might have to look into lessons sometime.

    Thanks for the spark!
    2794 days ago
    That's a body part that you don't normally think about in terms of sun exposure! Yeow! Hope the aloe escalates the healing...

    Ummm... you going to post photos??!!
    2794 days ago
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