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Spring sprung and stung

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so had the day off work, went to potter in the garden to see what was what. Then an angry buzzer did get tangled in my luxuriant locks and did sting me. That made me mad (and pukey)
9th Mar 2007, 17:23   | tags:,,,

Big Sis says:

Hope you feel better soon sis and hope you gave the bee what for !!!!

9th Mar 2007, 17:58

MaggieD says:

Spring has sprung
The grass is green
I wonder where
The buzzer's been .....

In the hair
of Filbert Fox,
So now it's dead
And in it's box ....

Ouch, hope you are OK now .... I always react badly to bee/wasp stings so I can sympathise .... :(

9th Mar 2007, 17:59

FilbertFox says:

ta Big Sis, not long now til you visit!

Ta Maggie, but i didn't put it in a box, it buzzed off!

9th Mar 2007, 18:05

Big Sis says:

Not long at all. Hope you've got my pressie!!!!!

9th Mar 2007, 18:07

FilbertFox says:

do you not want something from Malta?

9th Mar 2007, 18:17

Viv says:

sorry about buzzer - must go and look for grape hyacinths in my garden tomorrow!
Hols coming up - have fun

9th Mar 2007, 18:24

Dhamaka says:

sorry to hear that FF. I hope you feel better soon

9th Mar 2007, 18:24

MiniFF says:

When is Big Sis visiting?!

9th Mar 2007, 18:53

FilbertFox says:

22nd on her way to York with her man

9th Mar 2007, 19:01

paintist says:

ow! you poor thing :-( the first stings of wasps are worse ( or so I have been told) after their long winter rest....more potent...was it a wasp?

9th Mar 2007, 19:08

FilbertFox says:

to bee honest i am not sure, but it didn't hurt as much as a wasp sting but is making me feel quite bad, so probebly a bee

9th Mar 2007, 20:08

nige says:

feel better soon.

i once caught a bee and shook it. you can imagine what happened... erm, well done to me.

9th Mar 2007, 20:31

JokerXL says:

That's very early for stingy-things isn't it?

Are they called "Grape-Hyacynth"?
Never knew that.
In dutch they're called "Blauwe druiven"
(Blue grapes)

9th Mar 2007, 21:48

FilbertFox says:

it was very warm and sunny, i think they pop out to look for a place near my home to make a nest and breed

9th Mar 2007, 22:05

JokerXL says:

and sting you.

9th Mar 2007, 22:16

we had a damn wasp in our bedroom last night lurking in the lampshade, and as i smothered it in bogpaper to get it out I heard part of it snap or pop, sounded pretty fatal so I threw it and the paper in the bog and went to bed... the thing was still swimming round this morning!

10th Mar 2007, 00:09

swamprose says:

sorry, but it is far too early for me to feel your pain.

10th Mar 2007, 23:49

FilbertFox says:

I believe wasps are proof that God exists. She made them when she was suffering from P.M.T.

11th Mar 2007, 07:31