"All you need to do ma'am, is just sit 'em out in a field and watch them. There's not an awful lot to it."
Well, that's my thought, pretty much, too. I do want to be a bit more involved, though, which is why I'm spending all this time reading about bees and beekeeping.
Tomorrow, after I get back from my dentist appointment, I'm going to plant some red clover seed on the side of my front yard. I bought it through http://www.gwinnett.locallygrown.com/ at Rancho Alegre. Hopefully it will bloom next year just in time for me to sit in a nearby chair and watch the bees collecting nectar for clover honey. Gotta figure out how to call the rain so the clover will germinate . . .
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BeeAttitude for Day #9:
Blessed are the “natural” beekeepers, for their honey shall be pure and their bees shall be happy and healthy.