Sore Feet

Pia Walker

Message 21327 · 24 May 2000 11:28:04 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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Hi All

Picture this

We all turn up at a dance dressed in our finery - and bringing dancebags,
handbags, plus two buckets - these must of cource be suitably named and
labelled R & L. We could also wrap the handles in tartan material - the
question would then be: Should we wrap left to right, or right to left?
And what colour should the buckets be? What is the RSCDS policy on this I
wonder? Anything in the manual?

At least we would have something to sit on if there are no chairs.

Just couldn't help myself - sorry

Pia
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Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2000 12:01 AM
Subject: Re: Sore Feet

> I'm really surprised that noone has mentioned the use of Epsom Salts (Mag
> Sulph) or Mustard as additives to water for soaking feet.
> The other very useful thing to do is to plunge them alternately into
> water as hot as can be tolerated and into iced water (need two buckets for
> this!).
> Nicolas B.,
Lanark,
> Scotland.
>
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> XxxxxxXxx@xxx.xxx
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