it changed the shopping habits.

the medication aisle, opposite

hair products, held responsibility.

so this is written past tense,

when badges were awarded for bandage

folding, tied neatly round heel, supporting

the essential ankle, without that feet

would hang in space.

noting the itallics.

there were crepe, support, cotton

slings, all quite cheap, yet not as

free as rags.

the next shelf was tablets for aches

and belly hurts from eating stuff too much.

folk are proud of how they talk, while in the

present tense.

and so they should be.