Apparently my lower back is exposed when I'm bent over or crouched down. You know, like if I were to say, I dunno, pull weed for four hours in the sun, my lower back apparently would be exposed the entire fucking time.
Why would I think to put sunscreen there?! On a brighter note, I now have proof that sunscreen works, since that's the only exposed spot that actually got sunburnt. Everywhere else I covered in 50SPF.
THIS! I'm sorry, and yet... that's kind of hilarious. It's really just that one spot.
Being already in the highest-risk group for skin cancers, I am usually pretty careful with sunscreen, but I've done some dumb stuff-- like allowing an 8 year old to help put it on my back (nothing creepy; I was her babysitter and she was being adorable).... which led to little white handprints in a red field.