Do you use sunscreen religiously?

Do you use sunscreen religiously?

Yes

1

No

8

Yes

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Monica O'Donnell
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Monica O'Donnell

Because my mother and grandfather have had skin cancer on their faces and I've had pre-cancerous spots removed for years. Though I had years as a young woman sunbathing for hours at the beach. Now I'm paying for it. So my advice is to use sunscreen!

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No

8 Comments
Bonnie Batten
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Bonnie Batten

If I know I'm going to be out in the sun for a long period of time I'll put some on. But not every time I step out the door.

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Lisa Dammarell
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Lisa Dammarell

Too much trouble and money

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Tina Bouthillier
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Tina Bouthillier

I'm not outdoors that much to have to worry about it

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Hilary
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Hilary

Since I am a freckled, fair-skinned redhead, I should, but I only do if I will specifically be out in the sun longer than 20 minutes (I burn easily). I do not do it daily or wear make up with sunscreen.

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rover6rover
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rover6rover

And I should. Thanks for the reminder. In extreme situations like the beach I am very thorough.

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Tammy Dail
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Tammy Dail

The sun helps our bodies produce melatonin and vitamin D. I've never burned easily. If I'm going to be out in the sun all day, I might use it.

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Kathey Rychlinski Zielinski
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Kathey Rychlinski Zielinski

Honestly, my lifestyle has changed over the past few years from enjoying boating, gardening & the outdoors to being a caregiver without time to spend time outside. Or I would use sunscreen if I was outdoors.

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Do you love unconditionally?

Do you love unconditionally?

Yes

7

No

5

Yes

7 Comments
Carl Evans
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Carl Evans

True love is eternal.

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Brady Jordan
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Brady Jordan

yes i love your mom so much

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Lisa Gray
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Lisa Gray

I don't have a husband anymore, but I love my daughter unconditionally.

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Joyce Koch
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Joyce Koch

Nothing my daughter would would would stop me loving her.

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Tina Bouthillier
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Tina Bouthillier

My son, daughter and pet!

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Jokie X Wilson
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Jokie X Wilson

The love is always there but I choose to be wise about how close I get to anyone.

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Linda Tansey
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Linda Tansey

eventhoughmy husband died i still feel married

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No

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Travis Wright
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Travis Wright

Nope! Nor should you ever unless it is a furry companion, then love unconditionally as they do you. But humans are not deserving of unconditional love myself included.

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Abby Normal
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Abby Normal

I don't love unconditionally anyone who purposely tries to hurt me or my friends and family. Unfortunately family members are the biggest culprits. Their words and actions are intended to hurt even when they say, "I'm only trying to help." Or "Don't be so sensitive." Blood doesn't make a family

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Travis Wright
Travis Wright

AMEN, and I could not agree more!

rover6rover
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rover6rover

Love is not a game of quid pro quo, but there are people who cling to "loving" someone who treats them badly -- everything has limits.

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Do you prefer Breweries or Wineries? 
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990 Votes

Do you prefer Breweries or Wineries? 

Breweries

3

Wineries

1

Breweries

3 Comments
Jane CommunityMember
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Jane CommunityMember

Can't deal with paying big bucks for a glass of wine that's only 1/3 full.

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SunnySunshinestein
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SunnySunshinestein

I'd like beer/wine equally except they taste like beer/wine. Blechhh.

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Kimmy Wasatch
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Kimmy Wasatch

Nothing beats an ice cold brew, especially after days end.

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Wineries

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Mary Kay Boldajipour
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Mary Kay Boldajipour

Wine is so varied and refreshing, not as heavy and pairs well with food.

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