Grow a bit
Fly out and mate with 30 or 40 drones
Lay eggs for the rest of my life.
Fly along with the queen
Mate and croak
Day 1 Clean out the cell I just hatched from; fly out to see where I live
Day 2 Clean out lots of other cells
Day 3 Clean more cells
Day 4 Feed some larvae
Day 5 Feed more larvae
Day 6 Feed more
Day 7 Collect garbage and dump it outside
Day 8 Drag garbage outside
Day 9 Garbage duty
Day 10 Repair damaged comb
Day 11 Build some new comb
Day 12 Build comb
Day 13 Repair comb
Day 14 Build
Day 15 Take nectar from incoming bees
Day 16 Put incoming pollen in cells
Day 17 Insert nectar in cells
Day 18 Food duty
Day 19 Fan the nectar to evaporate the water
Day 20 Fan nectar to evaporate the water
Day 21 Fan nectar to evaporate water
Day 22 Fan nectar – Whew!
Day 23 Stand guard to protect the hive
Day 24 Guard the front door
Day 25 Guard duty
Day 26 Fly around to orient myself
Day 27 Gather nectar and pollen
Day 28 etc.
Day 29 and so on . . .
I think I’d rather have my Daytimer.
BEEattitude for Day # 415:
Blessed are those who enjoy their work, for their smiles shall be radiant.
The teeny details:
Dec. 3 1-3 p.m. Books for Less, Buford GA
Dec. 4 1-3 p.m. Humpus Bumpus Bookstore, Cumming GA
Dec. 10 2-4 p.m. Peerless Bookstore, Alpharetta GA
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