I needed to bring sunglasses for this shoot 🌞😎🤣 EVERY SUMMER two things always happen to me: 1. I am stung by a bee or wasp. This has happened every spring/summer since the age of 5 years old when a huge bumble bee at the OKC Zoo stung me on the arm in the butterfly garden. I’ve already had my annual bee sting at the beginning of summer. I’m not allergic where I need an epipen. For me I get very dizzy, nauseous, my whole body becomes inflamed, fatigue hits me, & I’ve been known to pass out (why I carry Benadryl wherever I go). Either I smell like a flower or bees mistake my hair as a honey comb – not sure which 🤣 Anyway I was stung earlier which left the second thing that always happen. Swimmer’s ear: an infection of the outer ear canal that runs from the eardrum to the outside of the head. It’s often caused by water remaining in the ear after swimming. This creates a moist environment that helps bacteria or fungi grow. I’ve always had problems with my ears ever since I was a baby. I kept getting multiple ear infections & had to get ear tubes when I was little. Ear tubes are tiny, hollow cylinders, usually made of plastic or metal, that are surgically inserted into the eardrum. An ear tube creates an airway that ventilates the middle ear and prevents the accumulation of fluids behind the eardrum. The ear tubes eventually fall out on their own so they have long been out of my ears. But I’m very prone to ear infections & Swimmer’s ear. Each summer I have to treat my ears with ear drying aids for my ear canals do lock in fluids. I had my first swim of the summer two day’s ago & my ears are raging at me. Hopefully the ear aid solution I have will bring the inflammation down where I won’t need to go to a clinic & get antibiotics 😖 Maybe this will be the year I find some swimmer’s earplugs I like & fit in my ears … on the hunt! Hoping tomorrow I will wake up feeling better 🤞💚 #givemealltheeucalyptus ⁣⁣⁣⁣
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