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Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Shedding

Because I burned so bad a few days ago, my back it now peeling. It itches and is driving me crazy!!! The problem is that I can't reach back that far to mess with my peeling skin...and I know, that's gross!

This always happens when I get burned(and I get burned since I can't reach my back to put the sun block on in the first place)! It's a vicious cycle that will never go away. Like I've said before, maybe I should just never leave my house...either that or swim with a shirt on(not comfortable, so not really an option).

Maybe I should invest in a back scratcher.

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Blogger loelsh said...

You could have your sis put some sunscreen on your back for you.

June 15, 2005 6:05 PM

 
Blogger Trinity13 said...

Since it was raining when we first got in the pool, we didn't put any on. We then left the pool not far after the sky cleared. So, I didn't think it was worth putting it on when we would soon be leaving...I was wrong.

But, from now on I will have my sis(or whoever is with me) put on the beloved sunblock!

June 15, 2005 6:15 PM

 
Blogger Princess21 said...

Sunblock always a good idea, even if it is cloudy. My mom always says that that is a good time to get burned.

June 16, 2005 9:20 AM

 
Blogger Oh great One said...

They have a new spray sunblock now. I have seen it in commercials. Not the pump kind but a spray! I bet that would help get those hard to reach areas!

June 16, 2005 12:31 PM

 
Blogger loelsh said...

Yeah, You still get something like 80% of the uv rays when it's cloudy, so make sure to wear block even if it's cloudy. Check this out

I tried that continuous spray sunscreen and it was great for getting those hard to reach places, however it doesn't last that long. It wasn't really worth $6.50 to me for 2 trips to the pool.

June 16, 2005 9:49 PM

 
Blogger Trinity13 said...

Right, I have known for years now that you can actually get burned faster on cloudy days...but like I said, it was raining for crying in the mud! Who would think that I would get burned while it was raining! Crazy!!!

And I do have a pump kind that you don't have to rub in, but I still can't get my back. Just too hard to reach...my back's to fat(heehee)!

But from now on(this summer) I will be more careful. I always get burned at the beginning of each summer...sun block or not. :-(

But, thank you everyone for your great comments!

June 16, 2005 10:58 PM

 

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