Tuesday, May 25, 2010

A SNEEZE-WHEEZE-COUGH FOR YOU

I WOKE UP SNEEZING THIS MORNING AND WAS “INSPIRED” TO SHARE. LOL

ALLERGYALLEY ALLERGIES:

“Allergies are caused by the body's overzealous reaction to normally harmless substances. Allergies can be triggered by pollen, animal dander, mold, dust, and insect droppings, or by certain foods or insect stings. Upper respiratory allergy symptoms include runny nose, itchy eyes, coughing, wheezing, and sneezing. Up to 50 million people in the U.S. have allergies.” READ MORE (I’M OFF TO WORK IN THE GARDEN..SNEEZE..)

Frank & Ernest ARE YOU A SLEEPSNEEZER? I AM

Rose Is Rose

“Airborne allergies affect millions of Americans. It's a fact. And the cause of all this suffering can be linked to the plants and trees around us” IF THIS IS YOU CHECK OUT POLLEN.COM

BANKISHAMAN1 Banksia man says GESUNDHEIT AND THANKS FOR STOPPING BY.

5 comments:

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Ugh! Don't we know it. My son decided to catch an awful cold on top of it with the heat coming in. I love the warm temps but not the allergy part.
My daughter and I were hiking at Clear Creek Park last week. So many trails. Do you take the high rough trail,the Fern trail or the Hemlock trail ? LOL! We had never been there so we did not get to all of it.Didn't realize it was so big!

Lydia said...

Hi, nice blog & good post. You have beautifully maintained it, you must try this website which really helps to increase your traffic. hope u have a wonderful day & awaiting for more new post. Keep Blogging!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Why thank you for offering to share, Joe! But I must decline the offer as we already have plenty of that in this house. Doesn't matter where we live -- if we stay longer than a couple of days the allergies join "us". Bill says that only more highly developed people are sensitive to allergens. I'm not nearly so bothered as he is, needless to say ;>)

Tony Letts said...

poor you! I'm lucky not to suffer it

Ann said...

I hope it is allergy and nothing else. My husband gets terrible hay fever in spring.

Here in New Zealand autumn has been swallowed by winter, and tonight, we are getting 1 degrees. So many teachers are sick.