Who knows something about bloody noses? Rick and I were discussing this yesterday how he gets bloody noses this time of year when he is playing golf. He assumes it is associated with the heat, but noticed that he doesn't ever get them when he is mowing the yard and is sweating profusely. We were discussing how Brynne sometimes gets them, too, and there seems to be no rhyme or reason to them. Then, low and behold, she woke up this morning with a bloody nose! I realize just a teaspoon of blood looks like a lot, but she seriously looks like she is in the middle of a crime scene. Does anybody know more about this than we do? They tend to stop pretty easily, we just don't know how to try to prevent them.
Sorry I have nothing more exciting to say. My computer is not working so I have no pictures to post, not that I would be posting pictures of a bloody nose ... well, knowing me, maybe I would. I guess you can just call yourself lucky then!