We had an enjoyable visit with the Tunnells over Christmas. I always love grandkid visits, but it is especially fun to have kids in the house at Christmas. We all went to see Frozen one afternoon. It was quite the interactive experience to watch the movie with Lucy sitting on my lap. She gets really into the movie and cries at all of the sad parts like a few other people in the family. We watched a trailer for the Lego Movie then found this large cardboard poster in the lobby with a hole for wannabe lego people.
|Britton Tunnell as a lego person|
|Lucy Tunnell as a lego person|
Usually when I get a sting, I make a point of removing the stinger right away to minimize my reaction. In this case I left the stinger in my finger until the muscle pumping in the venom stopped pulsating. As a consequence I experienced more redness and swelling that I would normally get from a sting on the hand. The swelling and itching lasted about three days. After the swelling went down the wart was still there but seemed smaller to me. I'm going to try this again when the weather is warm and I have more ready access to stray worker bees.
|The wart in question|