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2021-12-06 11:39:49 PM  
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2021-12-07 6:54:22 AM  
I was putting a tarp over one of my beehives Sunday morning, and apparently stirred up the girls more than I anticipated. As I walked around the front of the hive one of the bees flew right to my face and stung me right between my eyes. I guess a little to my left, as after the left side of my nose swelled up, the swelling moved to under my left eye. Looks like I've been in a fight, except it doesn't really hurt.
(Almost back to normal this Tuesday morning.)

It was my own damn fault.
 
2021-12-07 9:01:15 PM  
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