Yeah, with all dem dam ticks lurking and we're heading out to complete a drain job out back.
Omg, there is tick warning at every hiking trail I’ve been to...north or east
one of my fav trail is bob hunter memorial park where I always try to avoid the grass and shrubbery
my defence is a mixture of lavender and peppermint oils plus kombat spray. I also wear light colour and tuck my pants into my socks. Even my shoes are light coloured. I spray everything, hat included, prior to putting them on.
I've been invited to play at a cancer fund raiser in Aug. (East of Bobcaygeon) this dam thing is being held outdoor. Perhaps they plan on using white blankets to show up any ticks that decide to venture out and watch the show.
If I suffered with all sorts of ailments I might have considered it, no problem adding one more log to the fire. Having a strong immune system is the way to go. Eat properly, drink lots of fresh water, have proper rest, proper hygiene, no overindulging in whatever your vices, laugh lots and quit fricking worrying and complaining over sheer shyte because the negativity does the body and mind no good.
Oh that’s right cainstah, by the time polio hit Guyana in ‘62 you were older than 5yrs. I believe that somewhere around ‘63 they started to give vaccine to kids under 5. I know 3 adults who got polio when they were young and it still affects them to this day. I watched a movie name BREATHE based on a true story and can definitely say that I am glad vaccine helped to almost eradicate that polio.
I cannot say for sure that I did get that vaccine but I am glad I got some other ones especially being so exposed to so many viruses where I used to work. Now if we were all living out in Timbuktu then perhaps we would not have to take prevention.
Yep, to each his/her own. Everyone has a choice, as I said, I'm allergic to needles. I took a few in my eye but I was practically blind so couldn't get much worse, in fact I am helped bring down swelling plus those needles have been around for awhile.