Posted 6/20/2019 21:01 (#7571617 - in reply to #7571134) Subject: RE: allergy
My second ring after the first one I lost, I got it caught for a moment on the edge of the grain truck box climbing down. It let loose. Strike 1... I was greasing the baler and the one zerk was a reach. I got it greased. I had a good hold, then I let go at the same time I was stepping off the tire. Ring hooked the edge of the framing on top. It cut fast. I got it off quick before it swelled up. You could see past the meat and some whiteishness to it. That was the last time I wore a ring for "work".
hillfarmer - 6/20/2019 17:42
born_in_ad1 - 6/19/2019 10:24
Well yeah, obviously. I meant that she don't wear jewelry due to being allergic. Her ring band is made with material that she can wear. So she's able to wear it on the rare occasion we go out. (she likes the ring I had made for her) Otherwise no jewels get worn on this farm. I lost my ring when I pulled a backward calf in one of our milk cows. Don't know if it was in her or got buried in amongst the afterbirth and dirt. So the "new" ring gets worn for town outings only.
hillfarmer - 6/19/2019 09:07
born_in_ad1 - 6/18/2019 07:49
It affects my wife as well. She usually doesn't wear any jewelry. but sure glad her wedding ring doesn't bother her :^)
Last I checked the law says I am still the same "% married" if I do or don't wear the ring
I think I have had mine on for maybe one day a year
wife used to take care ,work in Medical facilities and a lot of guys were missing the ring finger