Anyway, while measuring her trim and molding last night, (now doesn't that sound kinky) I managed to get 4 splinters.
Three teeny weenie ones and one that was about not so teeny. The kitchen manager told me I should be wearing gloves, but I pretty much shrugged off the comment. You see, there are ways of getting rid of splinters. Sometimes they work themselves out. Sometimes you need to use a tweezers to provide a little incentive. Occasionally you need to use a sharper tool. Either way, it's not that difficult to remove them. Like the manager who feels she can set her own schedule. No matter what type of splinter you're dealing with, they are usually problems that are easily fixed.