OBNURSEHEATHER. Have the bee's gone yet?

  1. How are things going?
    Have they gotten ride of the bee's yet.
    If this would have happened to me I probably would have had a MI or tripped going up the stairs.
    Good Luck.
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  2. 20 Comments

  3. by   OBNURSEHEATHER
    Well, I think the bees are all dead. I'm home, but not going anywhere near the basement. The door is shut and taped around the seal.... just in case.

    I just went to throw away a pop can, and there is a bunch of broken up hive on the top of my trash. Ewwwwww......

    Heather
  4. by   night owl
    Yeah Heather, what about YOUR bees? Are they all dead yet??
  5. by   CATHYW
    Grab that honeycomb, Heather, and give it a good sueeze! Strain it through cheesecloth, and don't let water get into it, and you will have some awesome honey! That is, if there isn't any pesticide on it...
  6. by   OBNURSEHEATHER
    I find bees far too disgusting and repulsive and frightening to find honey interesting at all. For my son's sake though, I put on a glove to pick it up and show him. "Isn't it neat?" I said through clenched teeth.....

    Heather
  7. by   CATHYW
    Way to go, Momma Lion! Swallow hard, and do what you've gotta do. Those cubs have to be educated by somebody-might as well be you!
  8. by   LasVegasRN
    Originally posted by OBNURSEHEATHER
    I find bees far too disgusting and repulsive and frightening to find honey interesting at all. For my son's sake though, I put on a glove to pick it up and show him. "Isn't it neat?" I said through clenched teeth.....

    Heather
    :roll
  9. by   donmurray
    Bees are neat! There is supposed to be a sign at Boeing about how bees are aerodynamically unstable, making it impossible for them to fly, but bees don't know that, and carry on regardless!
  10. by   OBNURSEHEATHER
    "How neat!"

    Heather
  11. by   mario_ragucci
    In the old days, a hornet nest chould be used as a terror weapon. Train robbers would search for hornet nests and capture them in a sack. Then, when they were ready to make their move, they would just throw the hornet nest in the train, and cover their faces with a cloth. A broken hornet nest in a closed area would cause quite a comotion, and the robbery would always be a success. I have a phobia with bees beyond room 101 :-(
    Last edit by mario_ragucci on Sep 4, '02
  12. by   hapeewendy
    hahaha heather I can just picture you with your teeth clenched trying to be all educational and positive etc
    kinda like when I was screaming bloody murder as a kid cuz I found a millipede on my windowsell
    a million legs on anything is ugly,specially a stupid bug! anyway she comes in and picks it up with a tissue and says "ohhhh its just an innocent little millipede" my response was simple "kill it, kill it now" and god bless her she flushed it!
    thus cementing the relationship of my mother , the bug killing heroine of the story.....and her wimping fearful daughter
  13. by   JailRN
    Glad you and your family are back home>>
  14. by   teeituptom
    Howdy yall
    from deep in the heat of texas

    Every so often we get a patient in ER with a bee literally in their ear, also cockroaches and june bugs also. Actually very common ER malady.

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