Woke up this morning feeling warm. I thought it was just hot in the house, but then I realized it was something else. It was my skin that was warm. I went golfing yesterday, and didn't bother to put on any sunscreen. Just didn't think it was necessary. However, I should know better being that my skin is a pasty white color that doesn't ever see much sun.
So, a part of my skin is now sunburn. Arms, legs, face, and since I seem to have less hair than I use to, the top of my head is feeling a bit burnt as well. Didn't wear a hat either. Lesson learned I guess. If I am going out to play in the Oklahoma summer sunshine, I need to protect this skin of mine. Otherwise, face the burning wrath of the sun.
I haven't used the stuff much in the past, as 1) I don't like the smell of it, 2) Its pain to put on, and 3) I feel greasy for the rest of the day until I try to shower it off. Too cool for sunscreen? Well, next time I will use the stuff as I would rather have cool skin instead.