When I run in the morning, there are usually two rabbits grazing in the lot across the street. Apparently, they are
not supposed to be seen together shy because they usually do their statue pose when I come by. If everything goes as planned, they'll grow to love me as much as I love them. Aren't they adorable?
The brave, daring husband crawled into the attic to investigate. He came back stating the bees were NOT in the attic.
After a Google-fied search, we realized we were dealing with honey bees.
DOUBLE DANGIT! We can't kill honey bees! There is a huge decline of honey bees in the United States (and in the world - but it appears the rest of the world is doing a better job advertising for the bees to visit and stay).
After a sweaty climb into the attic, Mr. Bee Keeper came down to announce the bees were NOT in the attic.
The next step was to
Mr. Bee Keeper loaded up the bee smoker and explained that the smoke made the bees really excited. Really?! I think I've met others who get excited about *special* smoke, too. Who knew humans had so much in common with the bees?
The task of
HOLY HONEY! There were tons of bees! This experience has taught me that bees are smarter than I initially thought. Their colony even had a brain-like appearance.
Mr. Bee Keeper then began the process of
Mr. Bee Keeper
I really didn't understand everything he said but I did get that if you were a bee, you'd want to be the queen. And the drones
Normally, I'm not all a-scared of bees but typically, I don't mess up their