Apologies to all those who asked about my “About” page I had no idea there was nothing here!

I’m a freckly red head, originally from London now living in LA with 2 pale children. Frankly with our coloring we have no business being such an outdoorsy family and living in southern California. I grew up in a time when factor 8 sun milk was considered the best protection available to combat the hot rays of a holiday in southern Spain, that lead to 3rd degree burns and the rest of the vacation spent in the shade of our apartment.

As a family we love to be outside, going to the beach, camping, swimming & hiking. We can’t completely avoid the sun (nor should we) but taking sensible measures to avoid unnecessary UV damage is a priority. How do we do that? By staying in the shade in the middle of the day, wearing sun protective clothing (that’s why I created Sunny Sleevez), a broad brimmed hat, UV rated sunglasses, using chemical-free broad spectrum sun screen on exposed areas & eating a healthy diet with as few chemicals as possible & lots of antioxidants.


267 Responses to About

  1. imhellag says:

    Cool site and info regarding safe fun in the sun. Particularly pertinent here in Hawaii!

    Chinese contractors that built our house used a type of sunny sleeves ๐Ÿ™‚ except their’s were Aloha print LOL

  2. Well, this is a very interesting and informative blog! Thanks for following me at sheilatphotography!

  3. hey!

    It seems like you were following my blog. Thanks a lot!

    It just moved to http://www.wevelostcontrol.com

    I am not sure if you still get the feed so feel free to subscribe again.

    Best, Transmission!

    • Hi! Thanks for visiting our blog and following it. That gave me a chance to check out your blog which is very interesting! Great products & ideas. Anita @ No Particular Place To Go

  4. Hey there Sunny Sleeve,

    Cool blog. Maybe you could get our Wet Dog Wear T-Shirts in those hollywood swag bags next year. Thanks so much for following my blog at http://www.adventureinart.wordpress.com

    Carolina Mike

  5. agostinoarts says:

    Thank you for following my blog!

  6. seekraz says:

    Hello Dash – I saw that you stopped-by my blog the other day and are now following…thank you for your visit and for enjoying my site enough to follow. I enjoyed browsing through your site…nice little niche you’ve filled. ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. demetracattalk says:

    Thank you for visiting and following by blog!

  8. thecoastallivingmom says:

    Thank you for following TheCoastalLivingMom! I hope you like what you see and keep coming back for more!

  9. thanks for the visit…………enjoy.

  10. Thank you for following my blog! Good luck with sales.

  11. Hanneehoney says:

    Hi Sunny Sleevez,

    Thanks for following my blog! Hope you enjoy it. ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. God is Good says:

    Thank you for stopping by. I trust you enjoyed the read. Your product looks great … sort of thing we need in Australia ๐Ÿ™‚ God bless! God is Good!

  13. Running Rabo says:

    Thanks for following!

  14. babso2you says:

    I just wanted to drop you a quick note of thanks for signing up to follow my blog! Hopefully I will entertain you with my recipes, photos and commentary!

  15. Wow, Sunny Sleeves are too cool! What a great product!
    Thanks for following my blog; I am excited to follow yours too!

  16. Hey, thanks for stopping by and joining us at gorgeousocity. These sound amazing…I’d love more info and images so I can write about? You can email me at gchereic@gmail.com. Love to educate more peeps ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. Tygepc says:

    Thank you for the follow.

  18. mokaratta says:

    Why are you following my Blog and how did you come across it
    Sunny Sleeves?

    • sunnysleevez says:

      Hello, I was interested in your experience at Vipassana Centre,
      Have a great weekend ๐Ÿ˜€

    • swamiyesudas says:

      This is the first time I am coming across anybody as to WHY somebody was following your blog. So WENT there. Cannot understand a single word of German, of course. I thought that was it. But then I found your poem, ‘Being a Mother,’ which is Quite good. But after a question like Why somebody follows your blog, shall not follow yours.

  19. Sandra says:

    Hi sunny sleeves. Living on the tennis court we are exposed to so much sun. I am very interested in your product. I think alot of my tennis parents would enjoy hearing about it as well.
    I am thinking of dedicating a week of blogging to skin cancer prevention ( i worked for plastic surgeons) and if I do would like to involve your product. Feel free to shoot me an email if you have any thoughts on this.
    Great site.

  20. camillagullits says:

    Hi – thank you so much for following my blog – it means a lot to me! I’m new in blogging and trying to build a new brand, so I really appreciate support – thank you ๐Ÿ™‚ Your blog is super and very professional – i love to follow you as well.
    Keep in touch!

  21. redwheelbarrow1957 says:

    Thanks for following the blog, I hope you enjoy the work.


  22. Thank you for visiting and following my blog…www.parentingintheloop.com You have a good site.

  23. mzsura says:

    Cool blog. thanks for following my blog ๐Ÿ™‚

  24. Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog! Read your blog– looks like a great product. Best wishes to you and your continued success!

  25. mauibodyworker says:

    thanks for following me Sunny Sleevz, love your idea and look forward to following you too!

  26. tim says:

    Hi, thanks for visiting me at greataustralianlife and following my blog. Has your great product made it to Australian ears yet? Good luck with it!

  27. Claudia says:

    Hi Dash and Sunny Team!
    Thanks for following http://CancerWhatToDoOrSay.com

  28. ns says:

    Thanks for stopping by, sunny! This is definitely a blog full of useful and FUN info!

  29. sherrylcook says:

    Great site! Look forward to more…….thank you for following me,
    Blessings, Sherry

  30. Kristin says:

    Thank you for visiting and following my blog! All the best from sunny Mexico – and yes, we do need quite a bit of sun protection here!

  31. lee says:

    Thank you for visiting and following! You have an interesting blog and so much to read!

  32. Stelios says:

    Thanks for the follow – from sunny South Africa. The Rainbow Nation!

  33. nicolegodwin says:

    Hi there, thanks for following ‘gday canucks’.
    As an Aussie living in Canada I was amazed at the difference in sun protection. In Australia it is now second nature, especially for young kids.
    Interesting blog!

  34. Thank you for following my blog and I’m glad you liked it. This looks like a useful site for sunbathing folk…sadly I live in Wales, UK, the land sunshine forgot!

  35. Eternity says:

    Anything chemical free is way to go! Let that be the norm… Your contribution to Mother Earth is very much appreciated. Thanks for your visit and follow.
    Love & Light

  36. Jennifer Worrell says:

    Thanks for following me!! You have a great product here!

  37. Hi Sunnysleevez
    Thanks for visiting and deciding to stay! Best of luck.

  38. Sara says:

    Thank you for subscribing to my blog! ๐Ÿ™‚

  39. theblogofbob says:

    Hello Sunnysleevez,

    Thank you for following my blog! I appreciate it very much. ๐Ÿ™‚

  40. wow great site, fantastic and wonderful y=timing on valuable informayion.Thank you for visiting my blog and finding it worthy of your time.

  41. Thank you for following The Sports Archives Blog.
    – Mike
    The Sports Archives

  42. FedeBelle says:

    Thank you for following fedebelle.com! Your site is very informative. xox Lins

  43. Casey B says:


    Love the idea of your blog/business. Thanks for caring about people’s skin…after all, it’s our only natural covering. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you also for following my blog. Would be intrigued to know what brought you my way.

    Kind regards,


  44. sassydesi says:

    Love your site and the concepts! i’m following you right away ๐Ÿ™‚ thanks a lot for following me ๐Ÿ˜€

  45. Thank you for following my traveller blog. Living in Queensland Australia, the sun does a lot of damage without any protection. Very informative site you have here.

  46. Thanks for following 8kidsandabusiness. I’d like to invite you to my professional blog, McDermottfootcare.com since I’m writing a blog on skin cancer awareness at the beginning of May. It will be primarily about feet but will include general skin cancer tips, including covering up. Maybe we can link up.

  47. cal3b00 says:

    Great blog! rich info about a lot of stuff. Thanks for following me (“,) I’ll be sure to visit this space more often. Cheers!

  48. Hi Sunnysleeves,
    Thanks for following my blog mummumstheword.wordpress.com
    Congrats on having your sleeves in the Grammy’s goodie bag – that’s such a scoop!

    Singapore gets pretty hot – you might want to think about getting your sleeves here!

  49. Thanks for stopping by and for the follow. Very useful information on your blog. I look forward to your updates and sound advice on staying protected from the sun.

  50. Thank you for following my blog! I really appreciate your interest. Since we are in Florida (and often in the Caribbean), sun exposure and resulting skin damage are concerns. I will also keep an eye on your site. Keep in touch!

  51. M.M. says:

    Thank you for following MelaleucaMommy.com. Love your site. Looks like we both like environmentally-friendly products that help families to live fuller, healthier lives! Keep up the great work!

  52. Jennifer says:

    Thanks so much for following my blog. You have a really interesting site! Thanks again.

  53. katskusina says:


    What an informative blog. I too am a “Save Mother Earth” advocate. The sunscreen topic in particular is of great help specially in a humid country like where I live.


  54. rosemcom says:

    Just wanted to stop by and thank you for following my blog “Delightful Local Repast”. Really like your blog…so much great information…I never even considered the impact of sunscreen in our waters…well done and thanks again. Cheers, Rose

  55. Thanks for following! Great product you have! I just got back in from walking the dog with the baby in the ergo. I had a sun hat on him and felt terrible when I noticed the sun on his arms.

    • sunnysleevez says:

      ouch, it’s so easily done. I LOVED my Ergo, but a couple of times i forgot to cover up my little ones legs and the top of her feet especially.
      You may want to give our stroller blanket a try, you can tie it to the Ergo so it doesn’t fall off and it hangs loosely for lots of airflow but will cover his arms and legs.

      ps there is a discount code under specials for mothers day on the site too ;-D

  56. Thank you for finding and following my blog. I happen to have a sun allergy and am constantly looking for products (clothes, hats, sunblocks) to protect my overly sensitive skin. I’m glad to see there are products out there that don’t make covering up look so…well, dorky! ๐Ÿ™‚

  57. Greetings from one Southern Californian to another! Thanks for following my blog and for providing great info on skin protection from the sun!!

  58. A super informative blog you have, I’d like to nominate you for The Versatile Blogger award – http://tillerstale.wordpress.com/2012/06/04/tillers-red-carpet-moment/

  59. kgrid says:

    cool blog…..ur articles on sun exposure can be handy for people like me who are lot exposed to direct sunlight.
    keep it up.
    and thanks for following my blog.

  60. Thanks for following my blog and good luck with yours.

    I’ve had one melanoma, didn’t enjoy it, and hope to avoid a repeat!

    This is to give you proper SHOUT-OUTS!!!
    you’ve been nominated you for two Blog awards. they are:
    the one lovely blog and the versatile blogger awards.
    Please visit my page: http://jamiesesthetics.wordpress.com/2012/07/16/its-an-honor-and-much-appreciation-big-thank-you-to-everyone-that-has-read-this-blog/
    for further details!

  62. missjessedeol says:

    Great blog–skimming through a couple right now and they all seem amazing, can’t decide which one to read first! ๐Ÿ™‚ Love the tips

  63. Becky J. says:

    Thank you for following carefreecomposition.com. I appreciate the blog love! Your sun protection site brings much-needed awareness to the dangers of sunburn โ€“ Iโ€™m a fair-skinned, blue-eyed, freckley person & try to follow all your tips…once burnt, twice shy ๐Ÿ™‚

  64. Alison says:

    Thanks for following http://alisonanddon.wordpress.com. I too appreciate the blog love. Also appreciate all your info re sun protection. I was raised in hot and sunny Australia before there was a hole in the ozone layer, and before the idea of sun protection even existed. Lucky for me I was never much into sun tanning. Love the shrug!

  65. stephglaser says:

    I, too, remember the days of wearing SPF 4 or even slathering on baby oil while I was a lifeguard. Yikes! I like the diversity of your blog and the helpful information. Sunnysleevez sounds like a unique product.
    Thank you for stopping by Travel Oops, by the way!

  66. I nominated you for the One Lovely Blog Award! Thank you for everything! http://bethanybeachdesigns.com/2012/08/06/one-lovely-blog-award/

  67. Excellent and very informative. Remember, SLIP, SLOP SLAP!

  68. Hi Sunnysleevez, thanks for dropping by my blog! Lost a relative to skin cancer so anything that gives people options in sun-protection is good by me.

  69. youngjef says:

    Thanks for following my blog at http://retirementandotherfuntales.wordpress.com/
    Nice that you are alerting people to the danger of unprotected skin exposure. My wife has had basal cell and we both get actinic keratosis. Before I retired, I was a nephrologist (kidney specialist) and we were always well aware of the particularly increased risks of skin cancer that our patients who had a kidney transplant were exposed to. So in addition to unprotected sun exposure being dangerous enough for the general population, there are large groups of people who are at especially increased risks who need to be educated and reminded to take precaution and pay attention to their skin health.

  70. Samuรฉl says:

    Hello, thanks for stopping by and following my Blog. You have some pretty good information here. Great work. Keep it up!

  71. What a GREAT idea! Much success to you! Thank you for stopping by my blog. ๐Ÿ™‚ I’ll be sure to get the word out….~Jhanna

  72. Thanks for visiting Tuck and showing us your blog-very helpful–everyone should use a sunblock–if your don’t it will come back to haunt you–just like Momma said!

  73. Thanks for following my blog – I like yours, too. Particularly as I write gardening books and one of the things I ALWAYS put at the end of each book is a warning about sun protection for safe gardening. My books sell mostly in hot climates so it’s particularly important – might put a link to this site on my gardening blog at htttp://www.wix.com/jrlakemedia/ezibooks

  74. Hi there! Thanks for following my blog! I’ve enjoyed reading yours, too. Definitely something that I’ll want to keep up with since we’re out in the sun all the time farming at http://callahanfarms.wordpress.com/. Thanks again!!

  75. Thanks for following! Good to have a supporter in the green biz.Look forward to future post.

  76. JulesPaige says:

    I’m a tad fair skinned too. With age though – chemistry changes et al, bugs find me delicious. So I’m rather a shade, gal myself. Though I do get a slight toast if I stay out too much – though that could just be a heritage thing. I read somewhere that if you have a tan you already have skin damage. Once got a fungus due to a reaction of sun on the particular ‘lotion’. Not really a camper, but you do seem to have a few interesting articles. Thanks for tagging onto my site.

    Good luck in all your adventures.

  77. epackman says:

    Hi Sunny! Thanks for reading and following my blog, I am very honored! Btw, I see you’re from Los Angeles. If you haven’t tried it already I suggest hiking in Malibu, I guarantee you’ll love it! The trail I went on was called Mishe Mokwa, about 6 miles round trip, highly doable for both young and old.

  78. Jackie Jones says:

    Appreciate your visit and follow on my blog. This site seems to have a host of interesting information, and for me in Barbados where the sun is king most of the year, cool little facts and titbits. Thanks for sharing :).

  79. Thank you for following Terrysthoughtsandthreads,wordpress.com . It will focus articles on melanoma, multiple sclerosis, and other chronic conditions that I share with others. I’m glad you found me, and led me to your site! Great stuff!

  80. wayfinder says:

    Hi Sunny Sleevez, thanks for following my blog. good to know there is someone else out there facing the too much sun dilemma. I’ve just had my 5th basal cell carcinoma removed so now live under daily applications of factor 50+ and keep out of the sun most of the day. Her in Norland NZ we have almost no ozone layer so it is particularly important to take care. Will look forward to hearing more of your helpul insights. cheers, Imago

  81. PiedType says:

    Thanks for following my blog. Yours looks really interesting, especially to a Coloradan living at higher elevations with more sun exposure, etc.

  82. Thanks for following me. Both of my books, x0 and y1, take place in sunny climates (Nigeria and Kiribati) so I enjoyed this page. I will check out the rest of your blog, it looks interesting as well.

  83. skHILLed says:

    I’ve nominated you for “The Tagging Blogathon” To find out more, please visit:
    Have fun. Cheers!

    On a separate note, have you heard of The Alternative Travel Project? Thought you might be interested. Also, the Aussie saying “SLIP, SLOP, SLAP!”? Check it out on youtube (1980’s version is what I was brought up on)

  84. missjessedeol says:

    I love your blog, the tips are always great, especially for California summers! {I know I’ve probably mentioned that before as well}

    Please follow my blog & “Like” my facebook fanpage (https://www.facebook.com/MissCaliBayArea) to support me in helping people leading healthier, happier lives — I post insightful daily tips to promote positivity! Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚ sorry I had to comment–couldn’t figure out how to send a private message!

  85. Nice blog – great messages, thank-you!

  86. bcrcrider says:

    Thanks so much for the follow! My mom had given me a shirt she wore on vacation in Africa to wear in the car on my commutes to work, but realistically that’s something I’m not going to do day in and day out, but your sunnysleevez might actually get used. What a great idea! Easy on, easy off!

  87. Thanks for following me at Patricia A Bowmer. I also suffered from skin cancer last year (one melanoma and one basal cell carcinoma) but am all good now. It is a scary thing. I am much more conscious about sun protection than when I was younger!

  88. Love your blog, such great informative content! Thanks for following Sustainable Sophisticate!

  89. mgboad says:

    Hey thanks for following MGBoad, and lots of wonderful information about sun protection and cancer prevention. Keep up the good work!

  90. Hi,
    Thanks for following my site. I love your site, as too have a family full of redheads, and a mother I never knew who passed away at age 34 when I was 3 of melanoma. Your advice and products are wonderful. Keep up the great blogging!

  91. nancymn says:

    Never seen this product before. Very useful here in a hot climate. Thanks for following my blog. And nice work on yours!

  92. juliehhicks says:

    Happy New Year and thanks for the follow Sunny Sleevez! To be honest, I almost didn’t leave a comment for fear that your site was actually a SPAMbot of some sort because of the very unique username and having an about page that just has “This is an example of a WordPress page, you could edit this to…” shown. Could you update your About Page so me/other folks can get to know you a little better?

    Best of luck in 2013! ๐Ÿ™‚

  93. Runoffwriter says:

    Hi there!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog, and for the follow!
    I hate putting all the chemicals on my skin with sunscreen…love the sleeve idea!! All the best!

  94. Barbara says:

    Thanks for following my blog. Good info for everyone…me too!

  95. hitmenomore says:

    Thank you for following me. Your blog has some great stuff. Keep doing what you’re doing.

  96. Hi Sunny! Thanks for your follow, hope we get you cooking great food for yourself (and loved ones). In some parts of Canada we struggle to get adequate levels of Vitamin D, particularly in the depths of the winter. So unfortunately we often ignore sun-safe practices when we can finally get out and soak up the sun’s warmth.

  97. kylabee says:

    Thanks for the follow of my blog. Looks like you have some great tips for skiing and more. I saw your blog about buying ski goggles. I was thinking of buying a pair so thanks for the advice.

  98. Teri says:

    Thanks for following my blog…you have alot of useful info.

  99. Hi, thanks for following my new blog. I am a huge fan of UPF clothing and daily sunscreen and am always looking for new sun protection ideas!

  100. sherrimatt says:

    Thanks so much for visiting and following my new blog, I hope you enjoyed reading my post! I hope I can keep it as interesting as yours!

  101. Tanya says:

    Hello Sunny Sleevez, I really am enjoying your blog. I nominated you for the Sunshine award! You can find the details on my page. Tanya

  102. Gary says:

    Thanks for following usstampcatalog.wordpress.com

    Did you ever consider updating this “About” page to tell us more about yourself instead of leaving the default WP paragraph?

  103. Being June says:

    Hi there! Thanks for the follow ๐Ÿ™‚ I would love to see your “About” page fleshed out!

  104. Rob says:

    Thanks for following my blog. Hopefully you continue to find something interesting there.
    Wow, your site is incredible. Nice work.

  105. Hi. Thanks for following my blog, talkalittledo. I live in India where the climate is ‘hot, hotter, hottest.’ Must take some tips from your blog.

  106. A great and informative blog. Keep it up!

  107. Jae says:

    Hi! I have nominated you in a blog award! Go ahead, and check it out here. Congratulations! ๐Ÿ™‚

  108. Thanks for following goingnaturalmum. Will definitely be having a good read at your blog, Very interesting topics.

  109. eehbahmum says:

    Thanks for stopping by. Will follow your tips next time i’m somewhere sunny ( ie not Yorkshire).

    • sunnysleevez says:

      My father’s side are all from Yorkshire, South Otterington, Darlington and Northallerton. Don’t ever remember having to break out the sunscreen when we went to visit Granny!

  110. Kate says:

    Thanks for the follow. I like yours. All of my family members have fair complexions and have to be careful with sun exposure. Your post about how to purchase ski equipment brought back memories. I used to ski middle school through college. Just don’t anymore due to cost, scheduling and lack of interest from other immediate family members. Good times on the slopes are forever in my head.

  111. chloeluka says:

    Thanks for the follow! So exciting to see that you are from London! That’s where my mum grew up, and where most of her family still lives! What a fun connection ๐Ÿ™‚

  112. Hi, thanks so much for the interest and follow of my artblog,
    All the best, Norunn

  113. leilra says:

    I love it! I’m trying reduce the chemicals I intake as well. Glad I’m not the only one (:

  114. Very interesting blog! I can relate to the subject, I’m a very blond Swedish girl living in California. When I was living in Sweden I had to wear sun protection all year round…imagine now. Glad that I found your blog (after you found me:) Looking forward to follow you.

    ~ Maria


  115. huntmode says:

    I have nominated and awarded you the โ€œVery Inspiring Blogger Award.โ€ No pressure to follow the rules, to respond or just accept. Just thought you might like to know you came to my mind. Hereโ€™s the link:

    Best ~ HuntMode

  116. lynnwyvill says:

    Thanks for the follow on my blog. Glad to find yours. The recipes for zucchini muffins and cookies look wonderful. Oh, my, does the history with sun sound familiar. I tried for the elusive tan, too. Never happened, just burn and peel.

  117. Julie says:

    Thanks for following my blog! As a very pale person of Celtic extraction, your blog may looks like it has some pertinent information – so I’ll pop back and read some more!

  118. Lily says:

    Nice blog! Congrats on Sunny Sleevez! I need to protect myself from the sun more than I do…thanks for the tips!
    Thanks for following my blog ๐Ÿ˜€

  119. Thanks for following my writing blog! I hope you enjoy it. As the father of a very cute and very pale kiddo, I appreciate your efforts to preserve the pale!

  120. Merci de suivre mon blog!!! d–0.o–b

  121. thomasoutt says:

    Thank you for reading & for your kind thoughts regarding my digital writing & photography sharing. I just learned how to do this about 7 months ago…so, there’s quite a learning curve going on. We wear similar sleeve protection devices for bicycling. One must be careful to avoid that kind of burn. I tan, but not too often & not too intensely.

  122. Yaitza Canterbury says:

    Thank you for following SocialADAMANTIUM! I hope you find it useful. I am so glad I found this site. As a pale person myself, and lupus survivor, sun safety is especially important to me.

    I look forward to reading more.


  123. Thanks for following House on the Knoll! We are also a family of pale skinned, fair haired, easily burnt ones, and South Australia is a sunny place.

  124. AR Neal says:

    Thank you for the blog-follow! I love that you offer tips to those of us who live in one of the sunniest places in the US. I hope your tips will include info for darker complexions too, as so often those of us of darker hues tend to think ourselves immune to the dangers of the sun…

  125. atempleton says:

    Thanks for following my blog. I’ve taken a look at yours, and it appears full of good advice–love that you include pets in your sun protection information.

  126. Jill says:

    Thanks for following Discover Santosha. Despite my love of the sun, I am careful to limit exposure and to see my dermatologist every year!

  127. swedenole13 says:

    Appreciate the follow on memrysonawing! I too am fair and rather than tan, I pink! I spent some time in Australia and had to use a lot of caution there. They use the slogan: Slip on a shirt, Slop on the 30+ sunscreen, Slap on a hat, Seek shade or shelter, Slide on some sunnies. (aussie lingo for sunglasses) – “Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek, Slide”. Went to Portugal a couple winters back and my friend tanned beautifully in two weeks…..me – well, I learned there are varying shades of pink! Enjoying what I have so far read of your blog. I plan to spend some time going into it in more depth. Great info!

  128. Hey there! You started following my blog so I wanted to check out your blog and say, “Hi!” I’m a fair-skinned chica living in SoCal who loves being outdoors, so your Sunny Sleevez sound great to me. I’ve been poking around on your blog, and I can connect with a lot of the topics you write about. I’m happy to e-meet you! Celeste:)

  129. Ilona says:

    Thank you for following my blog and leading me here! Haha, you are funny!


  130. Thanks for the follow. Informative blog you have here. It is a must follow.

  131. Mary says:

    Thank you for visiting and following by blog! You have great info here!

  132. Daniela says:

    Very informative and fun blog. My daughter and I were just talking about sun screen this weekend, so will be sure to read up on the info. Thanks for following my blog.

  133. Peabea says:

    Love when I see someone has visited Peabea’s Patch and the follow. I always try to give a visit back. A tip if you would want to include in your sun exposure notes; my eye doctor told me that people with blue eyes are more prone to macular degeneration as they age and should always wear sunglasses when out and about…even in the winter time. I have blue eyes, and luckily she said I don’t have signs of it, and when I was younger, I did wear sunglasses more, but had quit wearing them even when we were out and about on the boat. Anyway, love the tips about the sun and also about the organic fruits. Thanks for the info on the fruit was mixture, and thanks for visiting me. Have a great Memorial week-end.

    ~hugs ‘n giggles~, Peabea

  134. kfrego says:

    Thank you for following My Great Adventures. What a great informative site you have. Looking forward to reading more of of your helpful information.

  135. HI!!! Hope to meet you one day! I am living in the UK and we are going to be moving to California this year. We are not freckly… and we don’t get much sun here in the UK. But, when we do as you know it is very strong! So- how is CALI!!!??? Do you love it??

    • sunnysleevez says:

      Yep been here 12 years and never get tired of blue skies, mountains and palm trees ๐Ÿ˜€ Where are you moving to?

      • not sure! somewhere sunny! Georgia, Florida and California are on our list. A bit complicated- but it all surrounds around jobs, etc. I haven’t been in the states for 7 years so it will be a challenge to find work. Trying to think out of the box, but I am a Special Needs Teacher from New Jersey and want to be a Guidance Counsellor. I love to cook and garden.

  136. kiihele says:

    Mahalo for following my blog. As you could imagine living in Hawai’i certainly has it’s sun hazards and I’m at an age where my reckless past is catching up with my skin, but then we didn’t know the effects the sun could have on your skin when I was growing up. In those days we slathered on the Coppertone (no SPF rating at all) and fried!

  137. patsquared2 says:

    Love that you are in the same place as so many of us in the organic, healthy lifestyle world! And glad you visted growsoeasyorganic.com . I’ve been gardening for a long, long time…and love what being outside with the plants, my horse, my dogs….does for my body and my soul! Glad we keep the same company!

  138. Archie Kins says:

    Thanks for following my blog! Your blog is really useful, especially for us here in the Philippines. It’s getting hotter each day. That is why, if we wanted to go swimming with the whole family, we prefer to go during the late afternoon, so we won’t be getting sunburned ๐Ÿ™‚

  139. Sunrise Goal says:

    Hi, thanks so much for following our blog! I think it’s funny that our blog is about seeing the sun and yours is about protecting from the sun! =p Hope you’re doing well!


  140. kelseycapoferri says:

    Thank you for following my blog! I’m making a point of checking out all the blogs of those who started following me, and I just wanted to stop by and say… hello =D I like the idea you’ve got here, because as a fair-skinned gal who grew up in Cali, I know how important it is to protect that skin. Alotta people laugh when I tell them I wear sunscreen nearly every day, but I laugh back cuz in awhile they’ll regret not doing the same >;3

  141. Steve Morris says:

    I suffered from severe sunburn too as a child, and am now extremely careful and am teaching my kids to be careful too. Watching for moles has become a part of my healthcare regime!

  142. navery101 says:

    Important info!. check out http://www.sunsafely.org … I think you will like it.

  143. Thanks so much for the follow Sunny Sleevez it is really, really appreciated and I hope you enjoy the blog. My wife is of the red variety so will have to get her to look further at your own blog. Looks good and practical. MM ๐Ÿ‘

  144. cricketmuse says:

    I tan walking to the mailbox, but the rest of the family are fair and burn standing next to a light bulb. Solid advice about sun awareness–thanks for the reminder and thanks for the follow! So what’s your favorite beach read?
    Blue Skies,
    Cricket Muse

    • sunnysleevez says:

      Good question, I don’t have any fiction on the go at the moment, it’s all practical stuff like “The Knee Crisis”! What do you recommend?

      • cricketmuse says:

        oh my! that’s like asking which treat when standing at the candy counter–what’s your preference?
        classic? contemporary? trending? challenging? kid lit? YA? so much out there…
        I just finished My Antonia by Willa Cather, A Room with a View by Forster and Dandelion Summer by Wingate. Feel free to check out my previous posts as I review a lot of books. Look into GoodReads as well for suggestions. Great place to shop for reading ideas.
        Blue Skies!

  145. HI there!
    Thanks for following my blog. What a unique and much-needed blog you have! I look forward to stopping in again for more info. Best wishes!

  146. Sandra says:

    Thanks for the like of my blog – now I can follow you too and learn about your ideas in the sun – I live in sunny Queensland, Australia, and I too have the beautiful English fair skin ๐Ÿ™‚

  147. beeseeker says:

    Many thanks for finding the time to visit and follow my blog.
    Fair haired and skinned myself so appreciate all the tips I can get.
    Best wishes.

  148. Hello Sunny,
    Looking very forward to reading more of your blogs. I have a feeling your posts are going to be incredibly helpful. I developed an allergy to the sun back in the 80’s. It was an affliction that only reared it’s ugly head when I was pregnant. However, Hormones, being the fickle creatures that they are, decided to make it a permanent issue after my third child. Thank you for Following us as we start out on our Dream Quest!
    Best Regards!!!
    I’m the ‘k’ of k&p Catalano

  149. Supporting Breastfeeding says:

    Hi Sunnysleevez! Thanks for following Supporting Breastfeeding. I appreciate that……

  150. Thanks for the follow, Sunny – hope you’re learning something worthwhile from it! Dr Oz had some interesting episodes on different types of sunscreen as well that might be of interest to your readers.

  151. Hi! Thanks for visiting our blog and following it. That gave me a chance to check out your blog which is very interesting! Great products & ideas. Anita @ No Particular Place To Go

  152. Hi Sunny. Thank you for liking my post. I liked your like, so here I am reading some of your posts. Your personality comes right through in your About Me, statement. It made me think I must revisit mine. All the best to you and your beautiful family, A.

  153. Arlene Poma says:

    Thank you for stopping by and following my blog! I live in Sacramento, so I certainly have to deal with the sun and the valley heat. Checking out your blog and your products!

  154. sued51 says:

    Thanks for following my blog, Sunnysleevez…Glad you don’t let the sun stop you from enjoying the outdoors…and you provide others with the knowledge and encouragement to do the same!

  155. http://lovelyseasonscomeandgo.wordpress.com
    Hi thanks so much for following my blog. Your blog is so amazing and so I will follow your blog too. Have a great day. Betty

  156. Lorrie says:

    Hi there! Thank you so much for following my blog. And what a wealth of information you have here on yours. I especially like all of the ‘outdoor activity’ stuff!

  157. Hi Sunnysleevez you have a lot of great tips for healthy outdoor living. For example, the dangers of too much sun is much underappreciated. I’ve never given it much thought since my skin is not of fair complexion. You have a unique and informative blog!
    Thanks for following!

  158. Buri-chan says:

    Thanks for following my blog! Out here in Japan sunscreen certainly isn’t as big a thing as sleeves, hats, and scarves. I’ve started picking up on it myself and I hope that it will gain more popularity in the US!

  159. donnagae says:

    Great invention, Sunny Sleevez! Also like the fact that you are very aware of your children’s exposure to sunlight. I grew up in a time when sun worship was the style and most of us were clueless as to the sun’s harmful effects, so starting proper sun education young is very important. Thanks for following my blog http://www.thethirdtrimesteroflife.wordpress.com.

  160. As my husband and I have to avoid sun exposure (for different reasons), I find your information valuable. Thank you for following my blog!

  161. Lady swan says:

    Thanks for sharing.

  162. Helen says:

    Thank you for visiting and following my blog. Keep up your good work – sun damage is a big issue in Australia. ๐Ÿ™‚

  163. Lynn Marie says:

    You’re doing an excellent job with this blog! I enjoy reading all of the information you are posting, especially in regards to child safety. With three of my own sometimes it’s the small things that you don’t think about that are dangerous. Keep doing what you’re doing! I look forward to future posts!

    Lynn Marie

  164. beckarooney says:

    Heya thank you for following my blog and leading me to yours! You have a really great, useful site with loads of information. As a fellow freckly redhead I’m sure your blog will prove invaluable to me, I’m looking forward to reading your posts! ๐Ÿ™‚ x

  165. Donna Cowden says:

    Great ideas you have here! Glad I found your blog. Thanks for the follow, too. Have an awesome weekend.

  166. Jenn J says:

    Brilliant!!! I love the sun and so do my kids! I live in Florida and we get it pretty bad out here. Very useful info. Thanks for that and thanks much for following my blog! ๐Ÿ™‚

  167. alablague says:

    Thanks for finding and following alablague. We obviously had the same formative experiences! One of the sad things is that sunburn seems to get much less of a problem once you pass forty.

  168. tagaisla says:

    thanksmuch for following my blog:) and we do have lots of sun here, except for the past few days when we were under water ๐Ÿ™‚

  169. Mark says:

    Hey thanks for the visit and like on my blog, you have a great blog here.

  170. mynuttydubai says:

    Hi there!
    Thanks for visiting and following my blog – I hope you’ll enjoy your time in mynuttydubai ๐Ÿ™‚

    You have such an interesting topic for your blog – I’ll definitely be spending some time making my way around… I live in the UAE (hence my blog title ;)) so the sun is ALWAYS out – much need here for protection!

  171. Very informative and useful blog! Thanks for following my humble efforts and for leading me to your blog!

  172. Thanks for the follow! I might have to try out that flytrap.

  173. Gingergirl says:

    Hi! It’s a pleasure to meet you and I appreciate you following me! Your site is cool and I can’t wait to catch up on all of the posts I missed. I wish you much success in your endeavors:)

  174. Thanks for the follow,Did you check our new travel Packages ? I enjoyed yours very much. All the best

  175. Thanks for following on ~Just Thinking~… I am filing your “about page” in my email… that way I am able to look you up anytime… again thanks and God Bless

  176. My husband was a redhead and so is my daughter. I’m not, but have used Oil of Olay/SPF 15 for decades. It’s the only product – I’ve tried dozens, including pricey a pricey gel from a dermatologist – that works without making it look as though I’ve smeared my face with Crisco!
    Happy days.

  177. Hi, and thanks for following my blog! I was glad to learn about the protective value of tomatoes–just one more reason to dig into their juicy goodness.

  178. Thanks for the follow. Two pale children, made my morning smile. Happy Saturday

  179. Hi – Thanks for checking out my blog at cheers3.wordpress.com! As a rather pale person who turns red after 15 min in the sun, your blog intrigues me and I will follow you back.

  180. Welcome aboard, good to have you along. Thanks for sharing information and spreading the word about sensible sun habits.
    Best wishes,
    Miles and Pippa

  181. Thanks for following. I love your story. Hopefully you’ll find some good antioxidant-filled recipes on my blog in the future. Best of luck!

  182. You have a great site and hopefully a lot of people will take notice of your advice. I have two friends that have grade 4 melanoma (one gone and one fighting) and being in Australia in sunny Qld your words really hit home, Thanks for following my blog.

  183. Thanks so much for following my blog. As a fellow flame-haired one — okay, my flame has been tapering down for the last decade or so as I’ve gotten older — I appreciate both your comments and your products. Loved the posts I read, and will definitely be looking forward to future ones. I am a new blogger, so will greatly appreciate any comments or suggestions you might consider sharing.

  184. vonhonnauldt says:

    Thanks for the visit and the follow. I pray you find the blog a blessing.
    What a “cool” idea you have (no pun intended) ๐Ÿ™‚

  185. Hey, Really nice to meet you, Loved your light hearted humorous introduction about yourself!
    Thank you for visiting my blog. I’m three weeks old now. Looking forward to your advice and support ๐Ÿ™‚

  186. wilsb8 says:

    Love your blog and thank you for the follow!

  187. Thanks for stopping by my blog and for the follow. We redheads definitely have to find a way to combat the sunburns but luckily I do tan somewhat as long as I use some sunscreen ๐Ÿ™‚

  188. Great site and a very important one. Thanks for bringing attention to skin cancer and thanks for your insight. Keep up the great work and take care!

  189. Thanks for following my blog justbrutusandme!
    I hate to admit but when I grew up along time ago, the trend was to smother ones exposed skin in baby oil and lay out in the sun and bake. As if that was not unhealthy enough- who knew back then- some, yes me, would hold up a big piece of tin foil to reflect the sun to make a hotter bake time. I am glad that people are smarter than that these days.. A lot of those people from my generation are now paying the price for their ignorance.

  190. Makeda says:

    Thanks for following my blog. You have some great stuff on here. Definitely gonna give the deodorant spray a try ๐Ÿ™‚

  191. mscharlies says:

    As a pale former redhead, I very much appreciate all this terrific info! Thank you for following WordBowlbyMsCharlieS and introducing me to your blog โ€” definitely intrigued by your DIY tips!

  192. mrschoux says:

    Like you, I’m a Londoner who briefly lived in the States and will return one day. I enjoy your blog and think it’s fantastic and informative so I nominated you for The Liebster Award. Keep blogging! http://boxofrecipes.wordpress.com/2013/11/16/liebster-award-i-dont-believe-it/

  193. Hello! I just wanted to say thank you for stopping by my blog! You have a wealth of fun information on yours, and I will enjoy reading about all the tidbits you post on!

  194. Hi, a great product – what a good idea – and a chockers site full of information you have here. Thanks for following Daytripper Sippers. I posted your blog link onto our facebook page. Happy 2014, CC.

  195. J M Naszady says:

    I was one of those twenty-somethings who didn’t like the greasy sunscreens available back in the dark ages. Now I have sun damage. Good for you protecting your family! Thanks for following my blog.

  196. Thanks for following Little Boo and Friends, I hope you enjoy it. Your sun sleeves are a fantastic idea – my husband is a red head and works outdoors here in Australia where the sun burns!!

  197. What a small world! I’m a freckle faced red head moving to California this summer! One case of early stage Melanoma already finished off! Apparently I don’t belong in the sun either.

  198. ciaostephi says:

    Hello There! Grazie for becoming a Ciao Stephi follower! I really like your incite on eco ideas! Those sleeves look really neat.

  199. journette says:

    Ha, I’m freckly too, and have spent most of my life in Singapore and Australia. I usually use SPF50+ (if there was SPF2,000, I’d probably buy it), and an umbrella. And sometimes a hat. And that’s just me walking to the metro or bus stop. ๐Ÿ™‚

  200. cielotech says:

    Excellent work–really interesting site. I definitely will be a return customer and thank you for taking a look at my site. Take care. Bob

  201. Risty says:

    Hi Sunny,
    You wrote so fun & fresh.. Awesome!

  202. Rusha Sams says:

    Love your zippy About page and your passion for not getting overly burned! Good luck with all your ventures, especially raising kids — the hardest job of all! Thanks for following Oh, the Places We See. We appreciate all readers, especially happy California ones!!! http://ohtheplaceswesee.com

  203. Arl's World says:

    Hello there! Thank you for stopping by and following my blog. What a cool blog you have! My family is red headed as well. My oldest son is auburn color and my youngest and I have more strawberry blonde. We definitely have to watch our time in the sun and stay well protected. You have some really useful information here. I am glad you found me so that I could find you. ๐Ÿ™‚

  204. Hi Happy Friday. I was just reading your post about ways to save water. You know I have never thought about having a container in the sink to catch water. I am going to do this because I have plenty of outdoor plants to water.
    Also, we want to thank you for following our blog we hope you are enjoying our posts and we look forward to hearing your thoughts.

  205. bowmanauthor says:

    I look forward to sharing comments on red-heads! I’m going to the beach next week on vacation. It’s a late spring, but I still need 110 sunscreen, per my doctor’s advice.

  206. Good morning this day after Easter. Another sunny day in the high desert. Just wanted to stop by and thank you for following my blog. Up here I could definitely use some sun-block. Look forward to seeing some of your posts.

    That Comeback Season

  207. klparry says:

    Hello Sunny Sleeve creator! I like your GREEN way of doing things ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for following my blog.

  208. Hello Sunny Sleeve! Love the blog and thanks for following me at thedomestictraveller.wordpress.com.

    Heaven only knows that we need more of your products in Australia. Where can I go to learn more about your products?

  209. lancaster03 says:

    sunnysleevez, thanks for the follow! I love your entrepreneurial spirit and the resulting products. Keep up the great work!

  210. Hey, thanks for the follow! I have returned the favor, and will definitely be investing in at least one pair of SunnySleevez!
    The whole reason I STARTED my allergictoalmosteverything blog is because I had a terrible reaction (my third) to sunscreen; it prompted a patch test from my allergist, which showed that I’m allergic to most sunscreens. I’ve been looking into alternative methods of sun protection, so your timing is impeccable! ๐Ÿ™‚

  211. Its really nice to see people going out in this era of computer games and T.V. This is something all the kids should do. Only then they will come in terms with nature.

  212. papereyrie says:

    Sunscreen is a must in sunny California! If only is used it more when I was a kid there.

  213. flygirl140 says:

    Hey Sunny Sleeve! Thanks for following me at sandbetweenthepages.wordpress.com. I enjoyed reading about you product and will spread the word to my fairer skinned friends!

  214. Booth says:

    Great invention and great blog! I will take time to explore. Your sleevez would do great in HK/Asia in general I think…people are very sun sensitive and there is an awful lot of sun most of the year! Thanks for following my blog, I hope you will enjoy my posts!

  215. Good morning from sunny South Florida! It was so nice to open my email inbox to find that you have decided to follow my Sunshinebright blog. Thank you for that! You are on the right track with your product. I have had 2 Mohs surgeries on my nose, and I take extra precautions against the sun. Have a great day. ๐Ÿ™‚

  216. Hi Thank you for stopping by my blog and of course for like. Your visit brought me here. Your blog is really wonderful. Would love to follow your journey. Nice to meet you. Have a good day..)

  217. karencomics says:

    Hi Sunny Slevez! Thanks for following my blog. I’m a redhead too, but fortunately I live way up north, and with plenty of shade trees! Interesting stuff you have here โ€” I especially like the article about camping for the first time.

  218. melissajane14 says:

    Hello to a fellow freckled, sun-avoiding, health nut. It’s great that you’re getting the word out that “bronzed skin” doesn’t necessarily mean “healthy skin”. Your creation is much needed in the US! Keep up the good work!

  219. I had to almost die before I found out I was allergic to UV rays. We were on a family trip in San Diego CA. We set up at the beach and after a little time had passed, I felt like my face was on fire. I went to the bathroom and my face was bright red. I thought wow, I’m already sun burned and we hadn’t even been out that long. Well, it started getting worse and I had this crazy urge to just scratch my face off! I knew something wasn’t right. We went to the ER and that’s when I discovered I was allergic. Dr. Said had I not gone in when I did, I could have died. Scary!!! Ever since then, believe me, I stay out of the sun’s way. ๐Ÿ˜Š

  220. turhh says:

    Thank you for your follow indication. I too live in a very hot and sunny environment, a lot hotter than where you reside – although I’ve never heard of ‘La,’ is it French!

    Far be it from me to offer advice, but I find that a case of beer started at around 8am and usually consumed no later than 10am allows one to then sleep and when one wakes up, the heat of the day has dissipated and one can crack open another case and with absolutely no harmful UV effects at all – mind you it’s always a good idea to keep a bottle of panadol by ones side and be able to lie through your teeth and have the lesser half believe that you’ve actually been outside hanging the washing out – wherever that might be.

  221. Good on you for spreading the message about protection from the sun. My grandfather and uncle died of skin cancer. We live with it every day down under in Australia. So pleased you are helping the rest of the world to understand.

  222. Oh, yeah, my hair isn’t as red as it used to be, but the skin is still fair and freckly.

  223. nonnativistlandcare says:

    Thanks for dropping by at our blog, we’re trying to save the world!

    I’m a redhead too. We know a bit about sunburn here in southeast Australia!

  224. JayM says:

    Hi! Thanks for taking the time to follow my blog! Lately, I have actually become sensitive to the sun so I will be using you blog for tips on what to do!

  225. Munchkin says:

    Good day to you from Belize! Thankyou for following our Blog. I like your recipes with DIY products. It is good to be connected with someone who is also conscious of health and the environment! We are both medical doctors so we are very aware of the effects of the sun. Cheers!

  226. Thanks for stopping by my blog! Glad to have found yours. I have PMLE so always appreciate info about sun protection ๐Ÿ™‚

  227. Thanks for visiting my blog. Glad you liked the bird fishing with bread. You have a lot of interesting articles which I’m about to look at. No wonder you have a host of followers! Good luck and happy 2015!

  228. Thanks for visiting my blog. I’m travelling today and I’m currently waiting to board my plane, but I look forward to reading more of your posts. Cheers!

  229. Abhilash says:

    Hi, coming from a tropical country. I never had to worry about a tan. but it is interesting to see the problems of a developed country caused by the sun.

  230. Thanks for your follow. I had never heard of your product or type before, it would sell like hot cakes here! I would love to put them on my site. We too are a family of redheads.

  231. Thanks for the follow! I have vaguely heard of sun-protective clothing, but have never delved further into the prospects. Luckily, with some slabs of 30 SPF on, I can avoid a sunburn. I’ll never forget the days when I tried to get tan sans SPF and instead burned to a crisp.

    I hope you enjoy my Bloody Mary recipes and reviews! Cheers!

    -Jess (www.bloodymarytour.org)

  232. shelbyshedrow says:

    Hi there,
    I think your blog is awesome and I nominated you for a Liebster Award. If you choose to accept:
    Shelby ๐Ÿ™‚

  233. Hey, guess what? I just nominated you for the creative blogger award. The details are on the post I just put up. Have a nice day!

  234. lightwalker1 says:

    Thank you for stopping by and liking my post. I appreciate your support. I will be back to see more of your DIY’s. In love and light Cheryle

  235. Nancymn says:

    Thanks for the like on my blog. I’ve had skin cancer, so I totally get where you are coming from. I’m reasonably dark-skinned, but the skin cancer changed everything for me.

  236. Thanks for the follow! I’m pale also. My mom was a redhead, and I’m blonde so no SPF below a 30 for me!

  237. Susan says:

    Sunny! This is a great site ! I am saving it to my favorites for reference. I live in Florida. No further explanation needed, heh. And also, thank you so much for following my nursing blog. Hope it brings some humor and smiles!

  238. roweeee says:

    Thanks for the like on my blog. I can relate to the red hair and freckles thing. My mother-in-law was a redhead and our children glow in the dark. We live right near the beach and used to go right at the end of the day to avoid the harsh rays. They now do sea scouts and are out on the water all day sometimes, which really does worry me after being so careful. Our son has had a couple of bouts of bad sunburn as he’s not always vigilant. We use wet suits, rashies, hats but they’re all a bit fallible.
    The funny thing I have noticed that my nieces and nephews on that side have almost all married people with dark olive complexions and I can’t help feeling they’re trying to weed out the redheaded gene. The pale skin can really be tricky in Australia with our blazing sun. xx Rowena

  239. patricia says:

    I can so relate! There was no such thing as sunscreen when I was little, just suntan lotion. Being a sun lover, I’m certain I was born into the wrong gene pool. Thanks also for liking my blogpost ๐Ÿ™‚

  240. Wow! How long have you lived in america? Ive looked at moving out there in massive depth but it seems impossible unless you have a specialist job as some kind of computer scientist that will enable employers to sponsor you, or you get married to an american citizen, both of which are more than likely never going to happen haha! How did you manage to move out there?

  241. Thanks for following our math journey ! I moved from France to North Carolina 10 years ago… and started using SPF 50 !

  242. SD Gates says:

    I am a redhead as well with freckles. Actually I used to be a redhead – now my hair has changed to this weird platinum blond (all those blond jokes I told as a redhead have come back to haunt me). I avoid the sun as well. Grew up in Australia – have had my share of horrible sunburns. We live in California as well, I do most of my outside stuff just as the sun comes up. It is very cool – the protective clothing you have created. Brilliant!!!!

  243. Jesse says:

    Thank you for visiting and following our site. Hopefully in the near future we get to a point where it looks as presentable as yours ha-ha. I will certainly be reading through your posts. I may not be a red head nor do I have many freckles but I have a fair complexion and tend to burn easily. My wife on the other hand is of Mexican descent and gets color so easily. We love being outdoors with our Golden Oshie and live near the beaches of coastal North Carolina so these tips will come be put to good use.

  244. My friend goes out in the sun with a balaclava! So feel you ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for liking my post! ๐Ÿ™‚

  245. Oh forgot to mention she’s the one who took me out for the tea in the birthday post you liked ๐Ÿ™‚

  246. Ink Pastries says:

    Ha! I read your “About” page right after I got fried volunteering at my son’s XC meet. I directed running traffic and, oops, forgot sunblock. It IS hard to think at 6 a.m. (which is when I was leaving the house). I have olive skin, but I still burn. You’re a smart cookie. : ) Thanks for visiting!

  247. antoa says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog , I found your blog interesting and funny.
    I am actually sailing, I am not use to use sun cream protection because my olive skin, I rather prefer to cover my skin by clothes.

  248. Easy-Tee says:

    Thanks for following, a good thing you want to help keep skin cancer in check. Best of luck

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