Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Yes you did save my life, as I was at the bus stop in Dartmouth at the bridge, a bee landed on me and I freaked out. I must of looked crazy like a loony patient, I even hyperventilated... No one offered to help or speak to me I must of looked crazy, but a guy with a red ecko bag and a thin blue goatee, asked if I was OK and I told you I am allergic and will die if this bee stings me... and you gently took the bee away out of my hair, and walked far away and let the bee go, you didn't kill it, and I don't know why, but you helped me so much you don't even know, and then got on the eastern passage bus 60.
You really saved my life, thank you! —Wishing I can see you again
Tags: Bee girl
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