Well, I guess I know how to top off a great vacation! All morning at the doctor’s office for my six month check up for bloodwork. Great report-cholesterol down, blood pressure great, heart rate great, liver function great (have to worry about this due to some of my meds), and lost 3 pounds (although I don’t know how this happened after a week’s vacation),
Afternoon was spent having my eyes checked, to see if my cataracts have advanced. They are about the same as a year ago. I guess I can’t see too well anymore just cause I’m getting more mature!
Spent the evening listening to the Braves while I quilted a while. Hope to have this one ready to take to LeeAnn in Los Angeles in November. Then there’s the skirts to make for the great niece in Bowdon, and some more gardening aprons and tshirts to get ready for a fall bazaar and garden workshop. That should keep me busy and out of trouble for a while!
I want to know about the bees. My granddaughter’s 1st grade class’s name is the bees and I might want her to come see yours. Is that doable?
I only have one hive, but they are certainly welcome to come visit. Not much to see except the bees going in and out of the hive. I can tell them a little about the bees, what they eat, how they make honey, their ‘pollen sacs’, why they have a queen. etc. if you think they would be interested. It’s been a long time since I taught first grade, but i’ll try to work up something. So far, I’ve only been stung about 6 times, each time due to my own agressiveness and carelessness. They are usually very calm. They just don’t like someone in dark clothes-looks too much like their nemesis, the bear.