|I bought that hat right before the game because it was only $5 and tbh I only bought it because it says "Cats" on it. I had no idea Arizona's baseball team is named the Wildcats.|
When your legs are already this red after only a few hours, you know you're going to have a bad time.
So now it's been 2 1/2 weeks since the initial sunburn and it's almost gone. My arms finally look normal again and my legs are only a little painful and the skin is almost done flaking off. I swear, I'm exfoliating them every day and moisturizing them but the flaking just will not stop!
The moral of the story is that you should always wear sunscreen even if you're in the Midwest. When people first saw the burn on my arms they were like, "OMG where were you that you got this awful sunburn??" And when I'm like, "Uhh, Nebraska and Iowa," they're like, "......."
And if you ever get a sunburn make sure you have aloe vera gel, ibuprofen, and people around you who can put up with incessant whining and pieces of your peeled thigh skin all over the place.