I always have believed that one great aspect to homeschooling is that the schedule can be changed at a whim.
Devin's parents wanted to come and get the three younger girls and let them spend a couple of nights there. Of course we always allow for any opportunities to hang out with grandparents. School work can be put on hold for a couple of days.
Of course that means I get a couple of days off from school too! Of course here I am at 10 am and still on the computer, but I fully intend to get some crafting of some sort done. I also hope to tackle a few very messy kitchen cabinets.
Despite the losses, I still have many survivors and expect this bee season to be a great one. If you are local, I am offering up a Beginner Bee Keeping Course. April 14th from 10-am-2pm.
This will be a family friendly study of bee keeping for all ages.
The honey bee and her products
Bee keeping equipment
Honey plants in our region
Getting started in bee keeping
Diseases and pests
Honey Extraction and processing
Spring, summer and fall management
Please bring your own lunch.
Class INCLUDES copy of Kim Flottum's book "Backyard Bee Keeping"
Cost: $30 per family. Non-refundable deposit of $15 due by March 17th. Full payment due by day of class.This class will be outdoors,dress accordingly! I reserve the right to reschedule class date based on weather conditions. Space is limited.
If you are interested you may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a fantastic Wednesday!