Saturday, May 15, 2010

Sting Count

Saw this posted on a beekeeper's blog today:


Bee Sting Count 2010

7 on Left hand
5 on Right hand
3 on Face
1 on Inner Thigh
1 left toe (all because I was not paying attention and being dumb) 




Makes me feel a lot better about this.

3 comments:

  1. With the beginning of summer comes the blooming of trees, gardens and flowers, which in turn attracts bees and wasps of all kinds. But that is not the end of the worry of a sting. Many stings take place during the spring and fall months. Reason being, bees and wasps are cold blooded insects and they linger around people in order to absorb the body heat of humans, therefore increasing the chances of getting stung.

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  2. Well, Bee Sting Cure, this sure looks like a spamvertisement comment, which isn't exactly cool. But how about you send us a free sample of your product, and we'll try it the next time either one of us gets stung. If it is as good as you say, I would be happy to write about it on my blog.

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  3. Bravo Daniel. I couldn't have said it better myself.

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