For those of you who don’t know, my husband is a journeyman beekeeper. That means our basement is filled with wax, wood, and all sorts of weird things like buckets on sticks and a specially-designed vacuum that can hoover the little critters out of places where they’re not wanted. No kidding.
I’m not as involved with the care and maintenance of all the little divas as he is, but I help out enough to know what’s what. And doing so has taught me a few lessons about God and the wonderful and awe-inspiring ways in which He works.
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2 thoughts on “Consider the Bees”
Jamie, I really loved this article. Do you wonder what the ancients did in the days before the white suits when they gathered the honey?
They gathered very, very carefully. I know they’ve always had veils, but still… 🙂 Thanks for the read!