Signs you're over it,
- hate meeting new beeks
- quit going to meetings
- hate the bees every year by mid-july
- don't tell anybody you're a beekeeper
- quit trying to save poor hives
- quit posting on forums
>it's either A you have all your teeth or B Don't wear sleeveless tshirts with cut off cammo shorts and fip flops? LOL
Well, yes, I have all my teeth and no I don't own any sleevless tshirts and I don't own anything cammo and I don't own a pair of flip flops... so you think that's it? It thinks the fact that I've never even HEARD of a moonshiner in these parts may play into it...
dang!! i had a dream about bee's last night and I dont even have any yet! LOL I guess I have been reading and watching so much stuff i'm already corrupted! ROFL
Cant wait till the nuc gets here in March!
Yes, I forgot:
-Drones on to everyone and anyone about bees.
-The strong desire to ID all buzzing UFOs.
And a couple more I thought of:
-Investigating all flowering plants to find out if bees are on them.
-Constantly thinking, "That would be a good place for a beehive".
Not to mention, looking at every bee on every flower within a mile or two of your hives and wondering, "Is that one of my girls?"
I loved everyones additions so much, I had to go back and add them to my post! It's now the 10 stages of beekeeping addiction. hahah
You might be a beekeeper if: you immediately turn to the bee friendly section in the seed catalogue.
I want bees that make up for my mistakes.
Yep, you will have visitors from the local sheriffs department when buying quart jars and sugar in bulk.
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