"It was the oldest sound in the world. Souls flying away."
The Secret Life of Bees
Kristin, I enjoyed the lone Bee in your last post. It must be an extreme source of both pleasure and pride to step outside and wonder about the yard. For once I didn't even ask what the photographer was wearing. Oops I guess I just did. Thank the gardener for inspiring today's post.
Such pretty pictures! I love all the little honeybees in my garden, too. Hornets, not so much, but bees I don't mind.
OOOH! I love the honey they make, but not so much their stings-- I'm deathly allergic :( ♥ laurathe blog of worldly delights
Do you guys have any echinacea (which I probably spelled wrong) in your yard? It's one of my favorite flowers and the bees seem to go crazy for it.
These photos are so beautiful!
These are beautiful photos! You have a beautiful front yard. I bet you don't suffer from seasonal allergies. :)
argh...I can't express to you how much I suddenly desire the yellow anthropologie Abuzz cardigan...can't think why...
Kristin - Saw this scarf and knew you'd love it: http://www.madewell.com/madewell_category/ACCESSORIES/scarves/PRDOVR~51881/51881.jsp
Thanks, ladies! Gracey - I don't think we have any of that. I'll have to ask Ben. Maybe that can be next on our list of things to plant.Liz - Thank you so much! It is beautiful and would fit right into my closet. How sweet of you to think of me:)