We love bees! But who knew? None of us until the day the bees began to make themselves known to us. It all began with the water dripping onto the very large Elephant Ears…which are growing here because of the money my Dad gave me when he passed.
On Thu, Jun 3, 2021 at 9:17 AM Elliot Weld wrote:
This is Elliot Weld. I’m a reporter at the Free Press. So I hear you found some bees in your attic was it? And you’re going to have them put in a hive.
Very cool. It would make a good little story for the news. Are they already in the hive? Or is the apiary going to put them in one at some point?
On Thu, Jun 3, 2021 at 11:24 AM Nada Khalaf-Jones wrote:
They r still in the attic. Buzzing away. We have no confirmed the apiary. And we need to get a sturdy hive for them. We r all over the idea. We have this landscaping, v basic, my late Dad gave me money and it is all growing out of the ground. He would have been sooooo stoked to have bees in a hive all here because we used the money he shared to plant so much vegetation. And my Mom would have loved this too.
So.Whatever happens. We will be doing this.
I will let u know as soon as I have an answer!!!Feel free to come see. They r v quiet bees right now!!
Let me know, thanks, Elliot
Pale Blue Wedding Cake
The bride was a handy woman. She put together – with hammer, nail and screws, a small wood palette and painted it in pale blue and white.
Stenciled ‘love’ on the edges in alternate colors. Then added the 3 tier white, blue, white cake. With the ‘sea stars’ as a finish.
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DIY Pale Blue and White Palette Cake Stand
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