I was so much occupied with making sure that all the kids are properly secured against the sun that I kind of forgot about myself. I haven't felt that bad my entire life but I had to get a grip and make it till the end of work since I was the only one working that day. I barely made it home from where I was taken to the hospital because I actually fainted. I know that I'm stupid and I should go there myself straight from work but I really thought that once I'll be at home I'll be able to take care of myself. I was damn wrong about that.
I've spend at the hospital few hours with IV (I hate hospitals) and of course I had to listen to a long lecture given me first by nurse than by the doctor. I took it all since it was only my fault.
Anyway I've learned my lesson well and I won't forget to protect myself from the sun ever again, especially that I'm going to spend whole Saturday outside, in the sun. I'm going to see a live staging of the battle, one of the greatest in Europe's history. It's 600th anniversary of the battle of Grunwald.
I just want to say one more thing:
People protect yourself from the sun always, no matter what and no matter how inconvenient it might be.