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hotpockets:
Oh man, those are awesome. How's pirating going?
suicidal_george:
I'm going to use those pictures on your birthday cards this november wink

I've decided that it's far too mean to just put the boys in their dogroom all night, so I'm letting them sleep with me. Theo usually prefers the floor anyway, but william is a bed hog.
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brookelynne:
try some arnica, you ca buy it on little pads that look like bandaids at natural stores...
here is some info

The active components in arnica are sesquiterpene lactones, which are known to reduce inflammation and decrease pain. Other active principals are thymol (an essential oil), flavonoids, inulin, carotenoids and tannins.

Arnica works by stimulating the activity of white blood cells that perform much of the digestion of congested blood, and by dispersing trapped, disorganized fluids from bumped and bruised tissue, joints and muscles.

Arnica is known to stimulate blood circulation and can raise blood pressure, especially in the coronary arteries. The plant is used externally for arthritis, burns, ulcers, eczema and acne. It has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities that can reduce pain and swelling, improving wound healing.

I recently burned my hand on my toaster oven and this helped immensely..

hope I helped kiss
mackenzie_k:
Try mustard, I know it sounds bad, but it really works and takes away the sting of the burn. I am a chef and I get burnt often and it always works like a charm, that and lavender oil. It smells good and gets ride of the burn and stops scarring, just to let you have a heads up. I hope either of those works for you