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From: "Cathy Raber" <>
Subject: Re: [PD-LIFE] Moving along to hair nets/nails
Date: Fri, 8 Apr 2005 21:28:00 -0400
Yes, I can relate to latex gloves stinking your hands up.
Though I can tell you haven't had a baby lately, Tracy, have
ya? After I had mine almost 5month ago, I had nice nails for the first
time for awhile, until I got to biting them again! Almost had a perfect
hand or hands! Darn! My daughter & I even had a mother/daughter night
when we painted toenails! It was great! I had a blast! Cathy
> [Original Message]
> From: Tracy <>
> To: <>
> Date: 4/8/2005 12:58:06 PM
> Subject: Re: [PD-LIFE] Moving along to hair nets
> --- Vee wrote:
> They were made of almost invisible nylon netting but nonetheless they
> confined your hair close to your head. At least that's the way it was
> for me.
> > I had/have very fine hair and even though I'd set my hair at night in
> > tight pin curls and comb it out stylishly in the morning, all it took
> to flatten it right to my skull was a hair net.
> **** I can relate Vee. I had to wear a surgical cap (kinda like a
> shower cap and I can't for the life of me remember what they are
> called! My mine blanked on me.) Anywho, we had to wear them every day
> where I worked in Westlake, OH. We assembled Arteriol Blood Gas
> Samplers (had to put a tiny piece of Heprin into a syringe barrel and
> cap it). I'd get up every day and "do" my hair, get it just right and
> have to go to work. YUK! How can some people look good in hairnets and
> caps, take them off, shake their hair and still look good? Then you get
> goofs like me that looked really awful with mushed hair.
> One good thing about working there, it cured me of biting my nails. We
> also had to wear latex gloves and lab coats. Ever try biting your nails
> and have them smell like sweaty latex gloves?? Double YUK!
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