Gary Numan wrote:I've tried to plead my case over the years as to what I believe belongs in a first aid kit. I got arguments.
A first aid kit is for *emergencies*. Stop the bleeding. Stop the allergic reaction. That may be it!
Others over the years, in multiple forums, recommended things like Pepto Bismol, burn cream, nail clippers ... stuff that belongs in a bathroom medicine cabinet. With that and related stuff, the first aid kit would quickly become large and unwieldy, and it'll take longer to find the QuikClot. (It's hidden under the Drownproofing pamphlet!)
A first aid kit, I've concluded, is a personal thing, and most folks want an all-encompassing kit, 100+ items.
Jane Mulberry wrote:I like the style because I hate anything fitted over my tum and bum and don't mind looking like a fat, aging, boho (since that is what I am!)
But a lot of my friends who prefer either a more classic or more sporty style wouldn't wear a dress like this, either.
Richard Quintano wrote:How did you find the right hori?
Anne Miller wrote: Hopefully, everyone will use the links I added and there will be lots of happy folks with new Hori Hori knives by Truly Garden...
Gail Saito wrote:Patrick....the link you provided took me to a hori hori knife, but not yours! I eventually found yours and am excited to try it. Thanks for the discount!