Watch out for bees!

As if there isn’tenough to be distraught about these mornings, now obviously I have to be on the lookout for insects.

I’ve never particularly been the type of person who is bothered by a few bugs or even arachnids.

It doesn’t bother me when I have creepy crawly critters in my environment. I am more than blissful to coexist with them and live peacefully. Unluckyly, my infant daughter feels differently. Not only is she unquestionably terrified of all insects, although she is obviously severely allergic to bees. My buddy and I found that out the hard way when my buddy and I ventured into the heat and humidity the other afternoon and she was promptly stung by a bumblebee. Within 5 minutes she had completely swollen off and I found myself resting in the air-conditioned waiting room of our local hospital. After my buddy and I were released from the medical facility, my buddy and I were told to stay indoors and cherish our a/c until the climate chilled. Apparently, bees are really more aggressive in the high temperatures, pounding sun, and oppressive humidity that my buddy and I have been experiencing all season. They told us to use our indoor air conditioner and forget about going outdoors for a while. Well, that would be a lot easier if our air conditioner wasn’t literally resting on top of a beehive. I found this a/c conundrum out the hard way when our AC system stopped pumping out any cool air a few mornings ago. I went to investigate the central cooling system and found that it was swarming with bees. I had no option but to destroy the hive before I called a central heating and cooling professional. Sorry bees, but I need my AC.

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