A friend of mine has Honey Bees. Well, he has more than bees. He’s a real beekeeper and has a fair amount of beehives. A few times he’s invited me to come by the hive, and check out “the Bees.”
…Sharing some amazing videos of the hives. One with thousands of bees just out of the hives sitting buzzing on the grass.
“They are safe.” “They’re fine.” He would tell other friends who might go with him once. I guess, they are fine from a distance. But a few weeks back he told me I could go with him to check out the hives, and I told him I have no problem with bees.
A week goes by but things happened and I couldn’t make it. The next week past, well you know how it goes, things happen and before you know it a month has passed.
The other day I was working, not far from his hives, and thought I would take a look-see. We’ve had heavy rain every afternoon so the area was soggy and wet. It was a hot day here in Florida, in the 90’s, so I’m in a blue T-shirt and blue shorts.
Before I went into the woods where the hives are, I did some breathing exercises to help relax my stress level. Bees can’t smell fear, that’s an old wise tail, but they do communicate with pheromones. When under stress, some studies suggest, we give off pheromones. So I was not going to change it, I was going to go in as balanced and sweat-free as possible.
Originally Posted at Chato Stewart’s Mental Health Humor at Psych Central: https://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor
Stewart, Chato. (2018). Tactless People. Psych Central. Retrieved on Aug 28, 2018, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2018/09/mind-matter1/
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