They, unlike me, wear long sleeves when unloading and stacking their hay bales. So therefore, they, unlike me, do not get injuries from the previously mentioned hay bales and all the consequential stacking.
I thought I would show you what can happen when you do not follow the example of the ever so wise cowboys. It is sort of difficult to see, so you have to look closely:
And lest you are thinking to yourself, "My, how skinny her arms look" because I was thinking that when Kela took the pics for me (and you all are so sweet like that!), here is where all the flab is:
Upper right arm
That dear friends is what happens when your arm hits the very hot light bulb while you are busy on top of the very tall stack of hay bales with all the very difficult throwing and the very heavy heaving and the trying to get them in very straight and solid so they don't fall and harm innocent bystanders who are trying to get food for their animals later in the season.
That hurts. You should have heard it sizzle. Yes, you read that right. It sizzled. And I squealed. LOL
I believe I shall wear long sleeves next time I put in hay. I don't care how hot it is. ;)