I'll be back.

Hello old and new friends. My blog has been inactive but I am still around. I loom-knit, weave and have picked up the sticks to needle knit, too! My patterns page links to Ravelry and I will answer questions about those. Maybe someday I will be back to write more. We will see where life takes me.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Bees bring me to my knees

I understand the business of bees is important. But they — and their waspy relatives — makes me run away like a little girl when they visit our yard. So I have to say I'm a bit happy to see what was once this ...

Bee on Hawthorne tree flower

Hawthorne tree blooms

Is now bee-free ...

Hawthorne berries

Still, a straggler visits a toad lily.

Bee on toad lily

The big furry bees actually don't bother me too much. As long as I let them "eat," they let me pass without a sting.


Sedum and Mr. Bee

The sedum has since dried up for the season. Bees be gone!

1 comment:

  1. bee stings can really hurt, I'd want them gone too. You have some beautiful plants in your garden :)