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At 4:49pm on February 14, 2013, C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk said…

beat it

Happy Valentines Day From Kitsch n Stuff

At 4:46am on March 5, 2011, OutOfTheAttic2u said…

When do the have their eggs so I don't go near them?

I sent you the banner and url on your contact page :) and added you to my blog Antique-Collectibles & More

I guess bees are a honey of a subject lol!

At 9:39pm on March 4, 2011, Dempsey's CollectAbles said…

just got back from working an auction. Bought a few goodies.

I bet, if you learned how to communicate with your bees, they will leave you alone.

The only thing is, they never get the message about where they should build their nests. So I wait until early morning or after dark, and trying Not to hurt or kill, I knock the nests. Usually 3-4 times of doing this, they do get the message.

Yes, they can be aggressive. Mostly when they have their eggs in the nest.

Anything can trigger the "bee guards" to attack during this period. Even a lawn mower or other loud noises. But if your aware, and watch em, you should be ok.

If a bee feels trapped, no matter what, it will go frantic, and Will Sting anyone or any pet in it's way.

Anyhow, I hope you and the bees can bee friends.

So NICE Having had these back and forths together. Look forward to our next.

By the way, you mentioned you wanted another banner link to another site in one of your emails. More than Happy to do another exchange with you.

Let me know.

Good weekend



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