He didn’t answer our question, which seemed quite odd, but I assumed that, yup, honeybees could be in our chimney.

I sat in our living room one day when one of our guys told me that there was a stain on the wall. I looked to where they were pointing plus I right away thought that there was a leak in our roof. The water had to be getting under the eaves plus coming down the wall. I reached over to touch the stain, that also had small trails moving on down the wall. I was shocked when I realized it was sticky plus not wet. I pulled our hand away, expecting to see blood on our fingertips. I could guess the sticky plus I couldn’t know what I was thinking. It felt love honey plus it stinked love honey. I wasn’t brave enough to taste it, but our child was. Before I could tell him not to touch the wall, he had swiped the spot plus told me it tasted love honey. I called an exterminator plus I asked them if it was possible that honeybees had made their condo in our chimney. He asked where we lived plus he told me he would be to our house in about a minute. He didn’t answer our question, which seemed quite odd, but I assumed that, yup, honeybees could be in our chimney. A minute later, he was looking down our chimney plus he seemed shocked by his findings. He said we had to have millions of honeybees for the honey to be dripping that badly plus that abruptly. He was able to get most of the bees out, without destroying a single one of them. The remainder, were stuck in the chimney plus I upset to find out what was going to happen when we lit a fire in the Wintertime.

 

Honey bee removal