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Re: [IPk] wearing pupms with dresses!!


Just noted your comment about the Id bracelet, mine is a velcro strap, just 
like a sports watch.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Diana Maynard" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, July 31, 2006 9:27 AM
Subject: Re: [IPk] wearing pupms with dresses!!

> You can get the blue one in Boots or Superdrug, it's just called "cohesive 
> sports bandage". I use it a lot for softball injuries (strapping up torn 
> muscles etc). You can reuse it a few times before it loses its stickiness. 
> The "human" one comes in white or blue and there are at least two 
> different widths available (you may need to shop around to find the 
> different ones though).Sounds like the horse one is better though!
> I never thought about using it for hiding the ID bracelet - I spend my 
> time taking my ID bracelet on and off for softball, and the clasp makes it 
> very hard to get it back on again unless you have someone to help! Also I 
> am forever forgetting where i put it when I take it off!
> Di
> Jackie Jacombs wrote:
>> HI Elizabeth
>> That's a really good idea.  I hope the wedding goes well.
>>  I have some bright  blue bandage that's like crepe bandage but it sticks 
>> to
> > itself and is "breathable" and would be ok as well. It must be the same 
> > sort
> of
> > stuff. I can't even remember where I got it now. I only happened to find 
> > it a
>> couple of weeks ago and used some to bandage my foot (blisters) because 
>> there
> > was nothing else but small plasters in my first aid box. At the time I
> thought
> > that it was peculiar stuff and obviously had thought it was something 
> > else
> when
>> I bought it.  It must have come from Super Drug or Tescos
>>  Putting round Sasha wrist for gym so see doesnt have to take off her ID
>> bracelet
>> and lose yet another one
> .
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