- I am 35 years old
- I am extremely fair-skinned
- I have been on antibiotics more times than I can count
You would think I would remember those three things on a day when we hit a delicious high of 79 degrees on a March day. On a day where there was not a cloud in the sky, where the sky was a rich cobalt blue. On a day when the sun shone with a smile on its face, whistling a happy tune with the pure joy of such a day.
You would think.
Because if I had remembered those three simple items, this wouldn’t have happened in the hour I sat outside:
The picture does not do the sunburn justice. I am glowing. Please ignore the, um, chubbiness of those legs, and yes, they really are that long thanks for asking. I never burn from sitting out for an hour, it was the antibiotics.
And the painful punchline? Tomorrow it’s to be cold and rainy and I must put blue jeans over these gams. Ouch.