I was just out in my yard with my 3 yr old daughter. Our neighboring field we keep mowed is full of weed flowers and clover. When she ran over there I was worried about bees, but strangely enough there wasn’t the first honey bee! Where are they< something really seems a miss here….
My girlfriend bought really expensive cloths for me. The color did not match and they gave me a terrible rash. Then she said, “I knew you did not like them” and she dumped me on the spot. Then I tried to give her flowers I got from a grassy field, but there was a bumblebee in it and it stung her on the nose when she smelled it. She is also terribly allergic to bumble bees…she died. On the way to the funeral my truck broke……span out and crashed into a power generator. I escaped with only one leg and 6 and a half fingers. So I missed the funeral completely and her cousin came and beat me up while I was in the hospital. Then Jesus came from heaven and said “you are going to hell” Then when I finally got home I learned that my house was repossessed and my identity was stolen. Now I am staying temporarily behind chesterfield county library of VA in a cardboard box which a rock wilier decided it looked nice and it took it for its own territory. I have nothing life sucks why live.
I’ve been invited to a wedding in an open field. I have no idea what to wear. Any suggestions?
Would a mid-calf, sleeveless linen sundress in pastel colours be okay? Would low heels or open toed sandals be inappropriate in a potentially muddy field? Should I wear a hat to keep the sun off my face? And how do I avoid bees and other bugs?
As you can tell, this is the first wedding I’m going to!
Theme was of little bugs that lived in a vacant lot or field.They wanted to move up town to the city where it was safe main characters were a bee and a cricket I think. It was a musical cartoon they eventually found a high rise apartment that had a beautiful garden on terrace. All the bugs packed up and decided to make the move together. One of the main songs contained the words ” buzz around buzz around keep a buzzen round ” something like that.It might have come out around 1960 plus. My sister has died and it would mean a great deal to me to find this movie.It could have been a early Disney or werner brothers type cartoon movie.
Hoagland suggested the missing bees are not off dying in mass somewhere but are instead getting lost from their hives. Hoagland pointed out that only “corporate hives” of large commercial beekeepers have been affected by Colony Collapse Disorder — wild bees and bees from organic hives seem to be resistant to the disorder. Corporate hives, he continued, utilize foundation honeycombs upon which the bees construct their waxy hexagonal cells. This foundation has changed the geometry of the …