Beeing a Beekeeper for the Day
https://www.go-gba.org/10225-childhood-memory-essay/ source link http://www.safeembrace.org/mdrx/cialis-experience/68/ availablility of viagra in new zealand aliexpress enter research paper guidelines mla cheap critical analysis essay editor for hire for mba https://chanelmovingforward.com/stories/urdu-essays-books-online/51/ cialis generico portugal https://climbingguidesinstitute.org/7756-did-you-do-your-homework-in-japanese/ levitra erfahrungen volcanoes homework help click here https://cuschoolsfoundation.org/case/case-study-template-hbr/20/ who am i essay samples of research proposals click here example of research paper with footnotes and bibliography https://raseproject.org/treat/viagra-girl-takes/97/ resume writing for veterans cause and effects essays on divorce why is college important essay follow link enter site essay maker buy paper hand towels in bulk source site como pedir el viagra en la farmacia background thesis preview https://explorationproject.org/annotated/essay-my-school-my-home/80/ watch by Kristine Laco is Adulting in Progress
I wanted to learn about bees based on a recent article that said approximately 50% of the bee population in Ontario did not survive the winter. It was a long cold season but now I understand how that could have happened a bit better. The good news is that the urban bees are still a buzz and we got a real treat hanging out with them for the day.
I was always frightened of bees as a child partly because I was constantly mistaking the bodies of bees with the raspberries I was trying to steal over the fence without beeing caught. I didn’t think I was that fond of them as an adult as well. Turns out though, it is wasps and hornets that are off my Christmas list. Bees are back on. I was, after all, pinching them with the intent to make them into jam. I’d be mad too.
What an incredible day we had at Fort York learning about bees and honey with Melissa and Shawn from Toronto Honeys. I could have spent another day there watching those bees work the hive. From their multi-coloured pollen laden bodies flying in the box and up the bee space to deposit their goodies, to the workers in the nursery, and even the fat cat boys just hanging back, we sure got an education.
I’m glad the boy bees don’t survive the mating though. #BeeToo is real. The video will make that make sense.
If you liked this, subscribe here on the annoying pop-up or on my YouTube channel to find out what I am up to next.
Also, don’t forget to head over to BluntMoms for the inside/behind-the-scenes review of what happened each week in my Turning 50 Like a Boss series. You saw it here first, but you have yet to know the whole story.