It's on my wrist, right under where my watch sits. Itchy.

On my upper arm, just above my elbow.
I can't push my sleeve up that far.

Right on the rim of my ear, that thin spot of cartilage.

Four, Five, Six.
On my other arm.
Right near my ankle, where the shoe rubs it.
Perched on my knuckle.

I woke up at 5:00 a.m. to the uncomfortable feeling of air moving in my personal space, a hovering speck near my ear.
It hummed.
I slapped it away.
I woke up at 5:34, there was a tickling on my wrist.
It buzzed.
I slapped it away.
I woke up at 6:12, I felt creepy-crawlies.
It was everywhere, buzzing, humming, sucking.
I turned the light on, smeared it into the wall with a shoe after several attempts.

Seven. Eight.
On the back of my neck.
Behind my knee.

Little known factoid:
It can take up to 24 hours after the actual bite for a mosquito bite to emerge.