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  1. You weren’t wearing your bee bonnet!

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    • Hi David: As it turns out, you are correct, but I tend to not wear my bee bonnet when NOT working my bees. I was stung completely by accident, meaning I was working on my garden in the front yard while bees live in the backyard; moreover, I simply was in the wrong place at the wrong time. The poor girl collided with my forehead becoming stuck between my sunglasses frame and my skin, got momentarily scared, and let me have it.

      Thanks for giving me a teachable moment. I never ever work my bees without wearing a full bonnet and bee suit including gloves. I respect my honey bees far too much to take them for granted.

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