Open Book Blog Hop – 22nd April   2 comments

Stevie Turner

This week the topic is:

Many of us wax poetical at the end of winter and the return of spring. Let’s swap that around. What’s the one thing about spring that you can’t stand?

Like most people I love the end of winter and the promise of long summer days to come.  The trees begin to sprout new leaves, we can all leave off layers of clothing, and Sam and I can head off down the A3 and drain up our holiday home.  However… I know full well that one thing is going to spoil my fun and put me on permanent guard.  What is it?

Aaargh!  It’s bees, wasps, and any other stinging insect.

As soon as the sun comes out, then so do the bees and wasps.  If I’m stung, I can feel my neck begin to swell on the inside straight away, and I have to run…

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Posted April 22, 2019 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

2 responses to “Open Book Blog Hop – 22nd April

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  1. Thanks Lela. Hope you had a good Easter.

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