Written by Wendi Bailey of Bailey Bee's and Beyond located in Milford, Utah.
Wendi shared this wonderful article about her honey bees. I think it's fascinating but I may be a little partial since she is my little sister. She sure knows her bees and her bee facts.
"We decided to get a few bee hives about 6 years ago when my husband developed some allergies. By eating a few tablespoons of raw local honey daily, you are consuming the same pollen of which is the culprit you are allergic to. This is like getting an allergy shot from your doctor. Obviously, the natural way seems much better for us.
We now have close to 100 hives. We think of our "girls" as little pets. When we return from the bee yards and discover we have brought a bee home, we turn around and take her back home so she won't die. We are a very protective of our "girls".
I Am Grateful That I Have A Home
Since my website is about Cottage Style Décor, I began thinking of all the subjects I could blog about regarding the décor of one’s home. But then I had a thought that hit me right straight in the head yesterday. I need to start this blogging journey with a message about being thankful for the fact that I actually have a home to decorate and write about.
You better do these 5 things or you’ll be raising inconsiderate, spoiled, privileged children who aren’t ready for the real world.
We tell our kids, “wait until you get out into the real world.” Well there are two sides to that coin. The real world can be tough on you if don’t have an education and can’t get a job. Yet at the same time, it can be a breeze if you can figure out how to “work the system.”
How do we raise our children to be competent, reliable, accountable adults when the odds are stacked against us and them?
Implement these 5 things and you are much more likely to end up with strong, responsible, and capable kids who grow into compassionate, dependable and ethical adults.
Quit Getting Offended Over Everything