Post by Gary Post by Sheldon Martin Post by Cindy Hamilton
If I'm very lucky, I'll never hold a paintbrush again.
Yeah. That's the way I feel. ;)
Don't yoose give yourselves a mani/pedi?
Sheldon. If you paint your nails, please don't tell us or you will lose
all face here forever.
It one time I painted my finger nails with a clear coat, it was
medicated to keep me from biting my nails. It worked, I stopped
biting my nails some forty years ago. But I still clip and file my
nails. And I go to a podiatrist about every three months for him to
clip and file my toenails, my medical ins covers the fee for every
nine weeks. I used to do my toenails myself but with age it's gotten
more difficult, nails have gotten thicker and a bit more difficult to
reach and see. It's much better to have a professional do it,
especially since it's free, and his two young female assistants are
very pleasant and very easy on the eyes. I always scrub my feet
before I go but still they lay a hot towel containing some sort of
liquid over my toes for about fifteen minutes before the doctor
arrives. I'm pretty sure that most medical insurance covers for
podiatry, I didn't know that previously. Since I'm right handed I
have no problem doing my right foot but my left foot became a lot more
difficult. I'm not too good with clippers with my left hand and
especially reaching over. Even though I'm a master tool maker I've
never done well with tools with my left hand. I asked my primary care
MD and he sent me to this podiatrist only 15 minutes down the road.
It's a good idea to ask.