First of all, do NOT put ICE directly on the burn. It will do more damage to it. Run some cold water over the burn and get an ice bag. That will help the swelling and the pain. Then, if you've got any Aloe Vera at home, dab some of that on there. You'll want to keep it moist, but not overly wet. Try not to bandage it either since you'll be keeping the heat in and you don't want that.
Also if you don't have any Aloe Vera, look for some Neosporin, Polysporin or Triple Antibotic ointment/cream. That way you have less chance of getting an infection. If you don't have any of that, see if you've got some First Aid cream by Johnson & Johnson. It's got some lidocaine in it, so it will numb the pain. Any of those choices will be fine to put on a burn. If it's a major burn, please call or visit your ER. These can be serious if not taken care of right away.
Also NEVER put BUTTER on burns. It's an old wive's tale and it causes the burn to get much worse!
Hope this helps! What a bummer Blondie! Apparently you were having a Blonde moment?