Honey Bee Good

I'm happier than a junebug in May! Got a call from a beekeeper I reached out to earlier today, & I actually got two! beekeepers on the other end of the line. :D ...sooo, the end result is that I'll be the proud owner of a honey jar on Tuesday! I'll try it out to see if it has the right kinda 'juice' aka pollen I need to keep my allergies at bay... Before they get out of hand & I have to use pharmaceuticals. If they work properly, I'll be asking veryyyyy politely  if I can get more from them on a regular basis. 
When I made my own beeswax creams years ago I remember reading about Rev. Lorenzo L. Langstroth & I dreamt about having a few of his beehives (19th century style) in the back yard & using an antique honey extractor to get it out. *blissful* Hmmm, where did that girl disappear to? Gosh... I've strayed so far from my path, & it's times like these I get flashbacks to what could've been...perhaps even - what should've been. Have you ever felt like that? Getting on a train bound for a different destination than your ticket says. Heading straight into the middle of nowhere... My advice, get off at the next station & start walking back towards sanity, good health & pure integrity.
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You know what? I'm grateful for people who do these things... Keeping ancient traditions alive & taking an active role in that everlasting cycle of life. I absolutely LOVE the fact that I KNOW where the honey originates from...& that it won't be travelling far to get here. I hope that when I settle somewhere rural, I'll get most of my groceries that way. It just feels right you know? ;)
Have to go to sleep now. Long day ahead of me. Exercise, meetings & a good ol' fashioned spring cleaning. Just hope my body will keep up with my To Do list! ;)

Nite nite sweeties! Huge hugs to all of you who bother to stop by my blog on a daily basis. I'm so grateful!

"In everyone's life, at some time, our inner fire goes out.  It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being.  We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit."  ~Albert Schweitzer.


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