Mediterranean olive trees

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« I am partially and probably temporarily influenced by Erika’s recent comment, “make it easier for your readers”. My shin wounds post is a product of a reality of being an aging middle-aged man. As I worked as a Lime Juicer I was relocating electro scooters in Hoboken, and as a novice the scooters repeatedly collided with my shins. Dear kind readers: If you can’t imagine this workplace hazard it’s probably because you’re familiar with scooters and not electro scooters. An electro scooter has internal batteries included in the scooters forty pounds, and the scooters swing, move, and hit shins of people who are novice Juices. The risk exists for riders, but it much higher for Juicers. Sincerely, Tom Doody. The wounds on my shin were minor, but none of them healed quickly leaving an accumulated signal something wasn’t right. Shaving a small patch of skin, a little olive oil, a bandaid and a few days — whala. With my worsts wound healed and only several minor wounds remaining I put it behind me until — I saw and old skinny man about two decades my senior with shins the seem to have an accumulation of a decade of minor injuries — OMG that can’t be me. These minor injuries heal without attention on a younger man, but a man my age needs a little TLC, J&J, and fine oil from Mediterranean olive trees. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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