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Wednesday, October 07, 2009

The Newest Baby Bee



I've paused in my beekeeping to welcome the newest baby "bee" to my family....my little granddaughter, Lark, born 10-6-09! I suppose that means she's a bird and not a bee, but nonetheless, I see a bee veil all her own in her future!
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  1. Congratulations to you and your family. I love her name and she is absolutely beautiful! There is nothing like the grandchildren.

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  2. Your family's latest babee looks like a honey.

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  3. Hi Linda, many congratulations to your family on behalf of the beekeepers in Ireland.

    Lark - hopefully she'll have a better singing voice that me!

    I've guessed her first word already "b e e"

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  4. Lark is so beautiful, Linda! Congratulations on her arrival! Ryan, Liam and I are looking forward to meeting her. : )

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  5. Congratulations! I love her name Lark! She is very beautiful and I know she will bring you and your family joy. Can't wait to see her in her beesuit! :)

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  6. Anonymous8:01 PM

    What a great photograph, Linda--she's bee-u-tiful :). Lark 'n Linda has a nice ring to it.
    Know you're going to spoil her like a grandmother should! All the best to your daughter and her family. Keep us posted with more pix soon.

    Chantal
    NC

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  7. Linda, what a precious child! She looks calm and peaceful, which is how I felt when I saw the photograph. May she grow strong in mind and body, and live in a world of many bees!
    Susan

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