My Hand is Still Swollen (a little). . .

Well, the weekend is quickly coming to a close (that really stinks).  Even with an extra day off to add to my weekend it still seems to go by too quickly.  Yesterday (Friday), I escaped (what was a rough week), and headed to the hills with my buddy Ken on our bikes.

During the ride, as we were climbing a hill, I noticed that I had gained an unwanted visitor – a bee or wasp.  I gave it a good hard flick of the hand & it left behind a little present – a sting.  Boy do those things hurt.  That was my first ever bee sting.  Luckily, Ken had some numbing stuff & we proceeded without further incident along our 11 mile ride. 

A day later, my hand is still a little swollen but getting better – guess its a good thing, I'm not allergic!

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