So many flowers
But bees are seldom seen now
I more than miss them
Unfortunately, we experienced the same situation. I see bees pretty seldom. In my childhood they were everywhere and nowadays they disappeared. It is really sad and dangerous for the World.
Indeed I’m worried about that. When I was a kid I remember I’d have to be careful in getting close to azaleas in bloom because I might get stung by a bee. I really had that kind of painful experiences a number of times. But now I have not that kind of but greater worries of losing them…
It’s a crisis of epic proportions. No way to understate it!
Our lives rely on them more than theirs do on us.
So very true. We have the same problems in the US. I’m thinking it’s all this genetically modified crops.
I don’t know what causes it. But it’s something we do for sure. We are choking our own throat.
Yes. So sad. One can only hope we get something figured out and fast
Nobody can deny that.
The publication of my book is completed. Still takes a few weeks before it’s put on Amazon, etc. or I can get copies, but you can now see how it looks like by visiting the website of Lulu.com and punching in AshiAkira in the Search window if you’d like.
That’s so wonderful! I looked it up and found you right away! Keep me posted on when it’s available. Maybe I can do a guest post and highlight your upcoming book? Congratulations again, my friend!
Thank you. I really appreciate your support. 🙂
Let’s chat and set up a guest post so we can highlight your book. Do you have my email?
No, I don’t have your email. Funny. I was about to ask for it. Mine is email@example.com.
Wonderful- and mine is firstname.lastname@example.org
Good. I’m sending your a mail.
I’ll get back to you to night (our time). 🙂
Sad about the bees. We seem to have a lot in our garden, but with crazy weather – hail today and frost tonight – they will be having a tough time. There were fledgling blackbirds and robins out in the hail today.
Interesting weather condition there. I hope you enjoy it. 🙂
how will we live without them?
That’s right. But the reality is we are killing them.
Serious too. 🙂
Indeed we do!
Nature is theirs as much as ours. 🙂
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