Honey bee spotted in Oxford

A BEAUTIFUL day in Oxford and in the back garden we spot a honey bee flying. The little thing is reaching for the rays of the sun to keep her going, but there’s not that many flowers out yet – snowdrops and crocuses abound. And the cherry tree out the back is showing signs of pink blossom.

5 responses to “Honey bee spotted in Oxford

  1. thomasxstewart

    Monarchs Are Preparing Flight from Mohacuan Provience of Mexico, too. If beeleave thats source of Monarchs.

    Capturing Monarch Is Prize Sport for Children. Thanks to Mike Stories about Christmas Rose, gained new insight into Temperature & Seed Creation. Bees’, Blossoms, & Monarchs. Will Life On Earth Never End Cycle.

    Give UP Bark Eaters.

    Cool ?Drizzlee’ Day as Plants reawaken or reawaxen for Spring. Cocoon or Cancuan of Life Spreads Out Again for Later harvest.

    iKnow, iInvented IT ALL. Hahahehe oops, there goes another rubber tree plant.

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  2. Everything has its beauty but not everyone sees it.
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    Confucius

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  3. thomasxstewart

    Hey Mike & Shep, Just found out about Plant called Amaryllis. Its Christmas lilly or Jersy Lilly. Belladonna Lilly. White bulbuos Lilly. Also Shepards Lilly.

    Grows Naturally in South Africa. Heres Dope on amaryllis:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amaryllis

    When Young QEII Whispered MY Name Into My EAR, Amaryllis. Later thru lack of exact memory thought maybe Euralayus. Yet amaryllis Is Much Closer to What Remember. Over Decafes HRN Has Told Me Name Four or More times, yet never had menaing till now. Dramatic is key word & Sparkle or Glistening.

    Love Is River that Drowns Tender Reed. tel Me About IT. In Music Man Amaryllis Is Played By That Howard Kid.

    Signed:Amaryllis Somebody….

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  4. thomasxstewart

    Another Fan of theMIKE Club, Carly Florina, has new commerical out for Hon US Senate Race in California.

    Carla or Carlsgood, be thy name. Seems to Have Strong case.

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