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I've got a fever...
Wow, jeffgoblue, you're pretty brave mocking visors while wearing that odd contraption on your head. Is it on loan from the French Foreign Legion?
On your deathbed, you won't wish that you'd spent more time at the office. But you will wish that you'd spent more time running. Because if you had, you wouldn't be on your deathbed.
My questions are: Does anyone have experience with wearing a visor? Does anyone have a hat brand preference? I honestly prefer velcro adjustable hats, they stay in place better and don't hurt. OR...are there baseball style hats made for runners, ones that allow more air or something?
A visor would fix that. So what's the problem? Well - I look, um, dorkastic in a visor. (Sorry if I used dorkastic incorrectly, it's new to me)
It's dorktastic, but otherwise excellent usage.
I knew I'd screw it up. How geektacular of me.
Needs more cowbell!
Also lately been a fan of the "word" ridorkulous...
• 6 duathlons (1 Olympic distance)
• 130#s (and stay there, gotdammit!)
If you don't ™ that word *I* will!
I actually had issues last Spring with eczema on my eyelids once I started sweating more with warmer weather...yeah, I'm allergic to my own profuse sweat...k
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Really? My husband's eyelids react big time to things he can't figure out. I wonder if he has an issue like this...Hmmmm. I'll have to look into that.
I actually had issues last Spring with eczema on my eyelids once I started sweating more with warmer weather...yeah, I'm allergic to my own profuse sweat...
Is he pretty prone to allergies/asthma? Eczema goes along with those things. Year 'round Allegra has really helped me, too.k
Could it actually be the sunscreen you're using, and the profuse sweat is the mechanism by which the sunscreen gets on your eyelids?
I wear a Nike Dri-fit hat, with velcro closure.