I rescued this plant from certain death, laying on the ground unpotted at Hampshire College in western Massachusetts. When the kids there move out, they leave all sorts of good "garbage".
I repotted it and left it in the sun at my old apartment for the spring, then repotted it again into a bigger, plastic (so it'd be lighter) when I moved back home. It was outside in the sun all summer, and seemed to be doing well despite the ENORMOUS amount of rain we got. I actually re-potted it a third time, this time mixing in a bunch of sand and vermiculite as well as improving drainage do to what a wet summer we were having.
Anyhow, now it's inside for the winter and still doing well, having babies and even sprouting a flower stalk. My question is, is the discoloration on its skin normal? Also, I haven't watered it since the last time it got rained on outside, and am afraid to do so without seeing signs of dehydration as I once killed a small aloe plant with a single watering.
Here are some photos, hopefully you'll be able to see them: