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First, we had heavy rains and then the smoke from the fires in Canada darkened the skies. Now, it’s beautiful again here in Colorado and we are excited for summer.
The Big65 bees are doing so well you won’t believe it. I actually had to add a super to the brood boxes to keep up with the honey production.
But don’t worry I’ll never quit my day job.
Getting out and spending time by the hives just makes me happy. Plus, Q loves being outside as well. We both wear sunscreen and here’s an article on which ones work best.
Now that we’ve been home from traveling for a while, we sometimes catch Plato doomscrolling. It’s easy to get into the habit of spending too much time on our phones.
According to this article, there are plenty of positive ways to use our phone purposely that bring joy:
• Calling family and friends
• Listening to music
• Taking photos
• Happiness apps
• Learning and games
These are just a few of the ways you can use your phone to improve the quality of your life. Recently, Quantz used her phone to apply for a new volunteer position.
So now there is a new sheriff in town (not really). But starting next week, Q will be volunteering for the Sheriff’s department in the office, doing paperwork and making phone calls.
It’s always important to try new things. As always, I’m very proud of Q.
Of course, we know the things we should do to make life better, but I’m always grateful for reminders.
I love this picture of Luisa with her dad. Is there someone you need to love on before it’s too late?
It’s just too easy to get caught up in daily life and take things for granted.
This picture was taken by Santiago, one of our former exchange students, last week in Puebla, Mexico. Much of the city is being covered by ash and his grandmother says she’s never seen it like this before.
Santi is visiting us for couple of weeks and we’re sure glad to have him. He has one more marketing class to finish and then he graduates university.
He is very ready to do be done with school, remember that feeling?You already know what big believers we are in the importance of staying connected to family and friends. We had so much fun when Flo’s parents visited us from France. They just went home, and we miss them already.
Thanks to Billy for sharing this ad from back in the day. I used to work at Bonanza in high school, setting up potatoes, parsley, and fries for the grill master, a long time ago. Look at those prices!
Don’t you wish the no tipping policy was still in place?
Be sure to honor those who died in service to our great nation this Memorial Day Weekend and do keep squeezing the juice out of life.
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