Craig Fulladosa on mon 10 mar 08
Thanks to Janet for adding me on the mug exchange when an opening came up.
Also thanks Marcia Selsor for the pottery leads in Spain for my daughter and wife who will be visiting her soon.Ric Swenson for your ideas about the tile school and potteries near Madrid.
Also thanks to Beth Spindler, I talked to Seth Cardew on the phone. What a nice fellow he is, thanks.
----- Original Message ----
From: Janet Price
Sent: Saturday, March 8, 2008 2:39:12 PM
Subject: Re: throwing pains
When I had heel pain a year or two ago, switching from birkies to the
croc flip-flops cured the problem within a couple weeks. I now wear
them almost year round. (I have hot feet and prefer some kind of
sandals unless I'm walking on ice or in snow or it's well below
freezing.) Crocs somehow have just the right amount of stiffness in the
sole to soften impacts. They're great!
KATHI LESUEUR wrote:
> On Mar 6, 2008, at 3:21 PM, Dale Neese wrote:
>> Nothing I believe is better for the feet when standing on a
>> concrete studio
>> floor all day than some good ole Wolverine lace up work boots.
>> Getting up
>> from wheel often, alternate placing your foot up on the wedging
>> table and
>> stretching. The boots are not a fashion statement with shorts here
>> in warm
>> south Texas but they feel great!
> I have a friend who swears by those boots. But, they aren't for me.
> After spending tons of money on all kinds of shoes, another potter
> said to try Crocs. I couldn't believe those things would help the
> terrible leg pains I was getting but they were cheap, so why not try
> them. Well, they've been the best thing for my feet. The leg pain
> disappeared and I now use the closed toe, higher heel winter Crocs.
> For my back pain, I've learned that a night in a Lazy-Boy recliner
> takes care of it. The point is, keep trying things until you find
> what works for you. Most leg and back pain can be minimized by
> changing something in your routine.
> Kathi Lesueur
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