Friday, October 1, 2010

Pst....

Um.... I want to be straight with you and talk about a very
embarrassing problem.
Be nice.

I won't be offended if you want to skip reading
this one. If you have a weak stomach and all.

I sweat. Yep, I am a sweater.
Tacos... I make them all day.
Some big. Some small. But they are there.
Nasty little buggers.

I can't just go to my closet and pick something out.
I have to think about the weather and how my pits are
going to react with the material. I can't wear somethings.
(Maybe shouldn't is a better word, because I still wear them.
Like the purple shirt I wore two days ago for my university evaluation,
(which I should have known better: I sweat when I get nervous.)
I ended going home at lunch wearing my coat to cover myself.
I changed into a sweater. Sweaters are usually thick enough.)


I have a box of deodorants that I've tried.
(probably a year or twos worth)
Clinical Protection. Good smelling ones. The hard stuff.
You name one, I've tried it I am sure.

And I've give up.
My brand right now is Woman's Degree Clinical Protection
Classic Romance.
I still sweat, but I don't stink as bad.

Friends make secrets.
They usually keep them too.
:)

5 comments:

SilverNeurotic said...

Aww, that's not too bad.

Laura Wynn said...

:) Oh Kendra Sue. I have the same problem! Isn't it retarded? When I ever I see something cute at the store my first thought is: "What will happen when I sweat? Could I actually get away with this?!" So, you are in good company. The Pioneer Woman is always talking about her sweat issues!Are you super excited for conference this weekend?

Holly Knitlightly said...

:( What a bummer! One of the side effects to the pills I take are hot flashes, and ugh oh man, 99% of the time I am over heating. IT SUCKS.

Baby Sister said...

My hands and feet are the same way...I hate it.

Sorry you have to put up with that...

Tara said...

R. had a mission comp who had the same prob, he got some kind of rock and used it for deodorant and it worked for him. The rocks are not cheap, but they work well and for a long time. Sharon in Arco had them for sale at her office the last time we were there, which was a few years ago. I would ask Sharon about it and see if you could find out how to buy one and then try it out....just a suggestion.