She’s Not Cooking ~ She Got Cooked!!


Monday was a travel day for me. I flew from L.A. back to Seattle. My sweet lily white daughter picked me up at the airport and I was shocked by the pink glare coming from her skin. Yes it’s been sunny and hot in Seattle and my daughter went on a bike ride and in all the excitement of getting the bike in her car and getting to the meeting point she forgot the sunblock. She rode for 25 miles. I think it’s safe to say she won’t forget next time. It’s been an AloeVera ointment ~ vinegar bath kind of day for her.

I hope to return all the sweet comments on my Monday posts on Tuesday while avoiding looking at my daughter. OUCH!

These photos of Katie were taken earlier in July before her overexposure to the sun.

Photobucket is holding all my photos that I stored on their site from 2007-2015 hostage replacing them with ugly grey and black boxes and asking for a large ransom to retrieve them. It is a slow process to go through all my posts deleting the ugly boxes.

About Ellenhttp://I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

17 thoughts on “She’s Not Cooking ~ She Got Cooked!!

  1. look for the aloe-gel that has lidocaine in the store. try to get one without alcohol though. then stick the bottle in the frige. aaaahhhhh sweet mercy when you put it on!!

    good luck.

  2. Oh my, I can imagine… I have a lily white daughter and 25 miles in the sun would be REALLY BAD….but she’s looking pretty cute in the kitchen in that great apron.

  3. Ouch! I can remember getting a bad burn one year. It was from the glare of the sun off the water in the pool. Well, I guess coming from above too. I remember using aloe for it. Aaahhh…..

  4. It’s she lovely! But not fun with sun burn…ouch! Do hope she’s using some aloe vera gel mixed with a little lavender essential oil…great ease for sunburn. :o) Happy Days to you all ((HUGS))

  5. What a cutie! But ouch with the sunburn. I’m glad she’s using aloe vera on it. I keep an aloe plant on hand just for sunburns. When needed, cut off a “leaf” (stock, stem?). Cut it in half lengthwise, and apply directly to skin. Even better — store some leaves in a zip-lock in the fridge, and apply cold! It’s the best thing ever for sunburns.

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