Thank you for the concern about an allergy, but after discussing it with beekeeping friends, family, and doctors, I don’t think it will be a problem. As I mentioned in a prior email/post, I was stung relentlessly (over 30 times) by stepping on a hornets’ nest and I was fine after some Benadryl.
Believe me, I wouldn’t jeopardize my life to be a beekeeper! I’m not ignorant and think the Flow Hive will prevent me from being stung, I get it. My message was not taken in the spirit in which I intended and I am sorry for causing any confusion.
Like I said earlier, I haven’t been stung by a bee in over 40 years and the epi pen was a precaution as I worked on movies and TV shows in remote locations where medical aid isn’t always available.
I shouldn’t have been so lax in my post as I did not intend to worry people. I am fine, healthy, okay, and I am going to make a great beekeeper.
Don’t worry about me; I’ve survived a Gulf War, being abused by a Catholic priest, an alcoholic father, and I am fine. A bee sting or two can’t take me out, nor will they stop me from becoming a caring steward of bees.
Lastly, I paid for the Flow Hive beekeeping videos, but don’t have access to the rest of them. Are they being made as it goes on, or can I have access I paid for? I would actually like to cancel my yearly subscription and use that money to care for the bees. Let me know what is going on with the videos and my account, please.
Thank you for being concerned for me, but I will be all right. Have a great day!