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Monday, July 11, 2011

Bee-less Life at the Moment

I am moving on Friday and my life is all about boxes and not about bees.  I look longingly out the back door to the hives in the yard as I pass through on my way to the attic or the basement or one of the many boxes of books, etc. that I am packing.

All my friends are harvesting and I am packing.

Those of you who follow this blog - and there are 433 of you who follow on Blogger, 791 who subscribe by RSS or some other feed and 45 of you who follow me on Twitter - are used to my posting several times a week.  So I apologize for the dearth of posts but after Friday, I should be back in my bee mode again and posting once more.

I've got pictures from the Blue Heron inspection on Sunday and will be splitting Topsy this coming weekend, so I promise my usual rate of posts will be coming soon!


  1. You're not leaving Atlanta, I hope.

  2. Anonymous2:53 PM

    Good luck with the move LInda, I hope you will show some photos later on where you have your bees on your new property. I always enjoyed seeing those hives on your deck.

    Take care and peace be with you in your new home

    Annette from Placerville, California


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