|Exceedingly gooey cherry shortcake brownies|
(made by my own fair hand, of course)
Vacating the comfort of my hurriedly tidied living room, we grabbed our brooms from the umbrella stand in the hall and left the house (via the back door, naturally). A quick and low flight amongst the tree tops brought us to the cliffs and the lighthouse, and there, heading slowly along the cliff edge towards Overstrand was the source of the noise: the most enormous bee we'd ever seen!
|An enormous bee at the lighthouse cliff in Cromer|
We left our brooms in a gorse bush and carefully made our way through a thicket of the spiny vegetation to follow the colossal bee. Emerging from the gorse at the cliff top, we immediately ducked back as the colossal bee swooped towards us before zooming off towards Overstrand again.
Screams of terror from over the next rise urged us on.
After all, we love a bit of carnage and mayhem!
|The bee harpoons a hapless passer by with its retractable stinger|
|Some useless humans standing around wailing and wringing|
their hands as one of their number is carried off by the bee
|Having devoured its prey, the gargantuan bee flies off to its humongous hive|
And with the excitement over, my Hag and I left the scene, retrieved our brooms, and flew home to resume our gossip. Oh, and eat more cake, of course!