If you were to say to me,
Tomorrow will not come.
I don’t think I would be able to finish,
All that I want done.
My list just keeps on growing,
So much to do and see,
I want to try so many things
So much that I could be.
So ’til my ending moments,
‘Til the final breath.
I will enjoy what you have given,
I will live it to my death.
~ Aimee Wahl 2016 ~
I am not a green-thumb or anything but I am working on creating a thorn garden in my front walk area, I put out two knock-out rose bushes and this is the first bloom I have gotten on them since transplanting. I am such a proud rose-mama right now! 🙂
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We just moved to my home less than a year ago and my myrtles will bloom pink in the early fall – this was the color I woke up to this morning, they are such a gorgeous lavender! I knew nothing about them when we moved in, now I know they bloom in different shades…I love them!
That’s right! I just read an awesome – (actually sad) – article about this new thing going on in the vast Bee world. The article drew my attention because the title mentioned Zombie Bee’s and I am a zombie fan, so I had to check it out. In actuality it is not really a Zombie Bee…sorry to spoil it for you but it is just a disease that appears to have been spreading over to the US that is killing bees.
When I saw the title though, I got this idea in my head of a movie about a super strain of Zombie Bee’s that wreaks havoc all over the world – turning people into zombies – it could be a zombie palooza! …. It would be a SyFy Thriller! LOL! And then after reading the actual article I kind of felt bad about turning a terrible sickness into a joke, but really? Whoever decided to name it a Zombie disease had to have had the same kind of thought. Maybe it is their way of attracting attention to this bee plight.
It worked! Now I want to know if they have come up with anyway of getting rid of this disease and helping the bees. Turns out there is a lot about the bee world that I don’t know! But this article gave me a start and now I am going to see what other exciting things turn up in the honey making business.
Reference article – http://www.foxnews.com/science/2014/01/29/vt-beekeepers-face-threat-zombie-bees/?intcmp=features