Where Whimsy and Yarn meet....
Where pretend friends chat...
Where I love to read your comments...
and Where I share my furry friends antics
Hmmmmmmmmmm...gives me hives just thinking about it. YIKES!What is it supposed to do?
Yikes, I'm not sure I woulda touched it. It looks like there's a rodent in there. :(
I bet your right. That looks NASTY. Darling, Whatever were you thinking?
Looks gross and you are probably right! I went swimming in Lake Murray, a really large man-made lake in SC, which was full or hydrilla and had to get out of the water due to hives all over my thighs and legs. You have to be really careful with stuff like that.Just because it's natural doesn't mean it's safe for everyone.I forget to tell you earlier that "Cold Sheep" isn't my term. It's a stashbusting group on Ravelry. So far no yarn, other than some for dyeing in December, since September maybe earlier than that.
Yikes - that's scary. Do you have a seafood allergy? Maybe it's related? I'm glad you found the culprit.
I dont have any seafood allergies....good thought though Jennifer. Bev, you are right, natural isn't always good for us! Do you know how good an ice cube feels on a rash....ahhhhhhh
KarenYou are hysterical..... a rodent in there! ahhhhhh!
Looks like it! Sorry about the hives.
Just the name spells disaster Fuc us?My word verification is redness!
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