Sunday, April 25, 2010

A Prim Gift

I like visiting Cindy at The Bee Lady from Hilltop Farm.  She lives close to where my family lives and I actually drive down a road that passes right by the area she lives in when I visit my family.  Maybe one day I'll be able to meet her.  Cindy sent me a gift for just commenting on one of her posts with a suggestion of something to help keep her older day care boys occupied this coming summer.  She makes these cute Prim Bees:

















This prim bee came with a scarf that Cindy made her because I live in Michigan where we have so many cold months.

















Chuckle.  I took her little scarf off for now because I am certainly hoping not to have anymore cold weather.  It got a little chilly last night and I expect we will have another frost warning yet this spring, we usually do.  You should take a trip over to visit Cindy here.  She is quite an interesting person, a bee keeper, coordinates the community garden and is very crafty.  Thanks Cindy and thanks to everyone else for stopping by!  The weekend is mostly done and a busy week is coming up but I hope to get a couple more posts written this week including my first tutorial.

5 comments:

Linda said...

Oh so cute and how sweet of her!

Jayme, The Coop Keeper said...

Those are absolutely adorable! I'll have to go check her website out!

Bee Lady said...

Thanks Brenda. I'm glad you like your bee. I don't know if it looks this way on everyone's computer screen, but on mine, it looks like Ladybug (in the right column) is looking over at the bee in the left column. Cute.

Jenny said...

Oh, how darling! The bee with the scarf on is especially adorable!

Deborah Ann said...

OMG, those bees are awesome! I thought they were gingerbread men at first...