Making a Beeline for the Sun

Making a Beeline for the Sun

feeding the beesBees abuzz, enjoying the day’s first rays of sun. Look closely, see the bees in flight?

The Pacific Ocean has been pitching storms to the West Coast like a rookie on a roll. As a self professed non-whiner of Washington State weather, even I have had to bite my tongue and hold on to the belief that the sun will reappear on Puget Sound sometime before the Fourth of July. (Above: look closely to see the bees in flight.)

closeup of honeybeesToday we’re have a weather teaser, a clear sky of bright sun that erases any recollection of rainy days. The bees are also out and not wasting a minute to forage for nectar divine. I do augment their diet with sugar water, as the pickings are slim this time of year. Bee does not live by snowdrops alone (flower below).

bees on galanthusThe day is wasting and the outdoor chore list is awaiting my pencil’s first check mark. Let the day bee-gin; go outside, make a beeline for nature!

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