Saturday, September 03, 2011

Bee Stings

Good morning to all you fine folks out there, in this land of honey.

Here at our Pioche site, the "Bees " have move in.  Where ever there is water , our friends arrive to great us.  DesertDale found that out when water was spelt in the bed of the pick-up.  He went out to check on something and the "bees" was swarming in the back of the pick-up.

They even help their self's at our hummingbird feeder.

Then a few days earlier  one "bee" stung  my middle figure. Ouch!

Insect bites, spider bites, yellow jacket and wasp stings usually cause a localized reaction with swelling redness and itching, in some people.  In most cases, bites and stings do not cause reactions all over the body.
Some people have severe skin reactions to insect bits stings or allergic reactions.  Symptoms my include hives, shortness of breath, tightness in the chest, dizziness, wheezing or swelling  of the tongue and face.  If this happens get medical help.

To avoid bee stings, wear white or light-colored solid fabrics.  Bee are attracted to dark colors and flowered prints.

In my case just some swelling in the figure. 

Oh, Well I am not going to worry  about it.  It is just fine today.  Kitfoxgal

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