My face usually carries signs of the day’s exercise for a few hours—even at 6:00 last night, I could see the goggle marks from my 10:00 swim. (I do wear the dorkiest goggles known to man, but they work wonderfully, and it’s worse when I wear traditionally shaped goggles—they give me raccoon eyes for days.) My sunglasses will leave a mark on the bridge of my nose for a good hour or two, and when I wear them for a long time, I get sore above my ears for a few days.
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