July 20, 2009

We didn't mean to.

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Honest. It just sort of happened. School was out and the sun grew so warm and gorgeous, and so we sort of accidentally flew far away from our Beehive because there were flowers, flowers, flowers everywhere and we were so terribly charmed and distracted. And then, oh dear, we got a little woozy on all the nectar and kinda sorta forgot to come back.

But now it's so hot the flowers are losing some of their spectacle, and we confess we do kinda miss our Beehive.

Not sure whether anyone is still even checking in around here, but just in case there are a few stalwarts still hoping we haven't had a lethal case of Colony Collapse Disorder (you know, that awful vanishing beehive syndrome), well...

We'll be back. We're just off wringing every drop of happy out of summer while we can. Not feeling very computerish with these fleeting, school-free days

Have the happiest summer possible!
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6 comments:

Ceridwen said...

It's nnice to know your coming back some day.

Mrs. H said...

Enjoy the rest of your summer!

Katie said...

I'm still here! Can't wait for the return of the awesome-est bloggers in the history of blogging!

G.L.H. said...

So glad you are enjoying your summer. We'll look forward to more regular blogging later!

Dani said...

Just so long as you do return... and that it's not in the too far future.

Heather Brandon said...

I adore bees too. It was an ambition of mine to be a housewife beekeeper, but alas, it never happened. Have you seen Moody Science Videos about "The City of Bees?" Vision Forum has them if you didn't already know that. I love it. He gives a gospel message at the end. On the video he talks about sometimes the bee underestimates the energy she needs for her journey & doesn't bring enough food, so she fumbles around on the ground to inevitably die. Then they bring her sugar water, she gets more energy, & takes off! We had the opportunity to do that about a week ago, only we gave ours mashed raisins. Will America be a land of milk & honey much longer? God bless the dear bees!