I figured there’d be you-know-what to pay when I went out there Tuesday morning. It wasn’t raining, but there was a heavy cloud cover, and bees don’t like clouds. Plus, because I hadn’t fed them the day before, I thought they might be ticked off.
So, I was fairly skitterish when I suited up and walked out there just after noon.
I shouldn’t have worried. They looked at me, said “BZZ,” which is bee-talk for thank you, and quietly went about collecting their new sugar-syrup windfall.
This just goes to prove· not everything I read will necessarily apply to my hive, and
· bees don’t hold grudges
BEEattitude for Day # 330:Blessed are those who work though their silly fears, for they shall find relief when they succeed.
Get Your Dog in My Next Book!
From now through the end of September, anyone who donates $10 to WAG, also known as the Walton Animal Guild, will be automatically entered in a drawing.
If you win, your dog will be in my next Biscuit McKee mystery!
The donate button is right on their home page
Every $10 donation is automatically entered in the drawing
See Blog #324 for the details.
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Green as a Garden Hose, the 3rd Biscuit McKee Mystery,
is now available in mass market paperback
from World Wide Mystery, a division of Harlequin.
(Go to www.eHarlequin.com and search for Fran Stewart)