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Bee not afraid

Lessons Learned

  • Bees aren’t as bad as my mind makes them out to be.
  • It’s normal for them be on the front entrance like what’s in the video.
  • They aren’t aggressive like my mind makes them out to be. In fact, they are a joy to watch!

Bees in Tennessee

  • The right to keep bees is protected under the Tennessee State Apiary Act of 1995.
  • They need to be registered with the State of Tennessee.
  • They can’t be moved without a certificate of health from the State of Tennessee.
  • They are great for market gardening.

Spiders

  • I was right.  They are in the weeds!
Bee Not Afraid

Bees everywhere! It doesn’t feel like work when I arrive at Secret Haven. It should, but it doesn’t.

I finish my chores at Our Little Homestead and I look forward to the chores at Secret Haven.

Weeds and all, but it doesn’t make sense that I eventually want to be in the weeds working. I’m afraid of spiders. Yes, those tiny little creatures that makes me a giant compared to them. I’m sure they are there but I want to tackle the weeds.

I also want to take care of the bees. Baby steps.

Lessons Learned

  • Bees aren’t as bad as my mind makes them out to be.
  • It’s normal for them be on the front entrance like what’s in the video.
  • They aren’t aggressive like my mind makes them out to be. In fact, they are a joy to watch!

Bees in Tennessee

  • The right to keep bees is protected under the Tennessee State Apiary Act of 1995.
  • They need to be registered with the State of Tennessee.
  • They can’t be moved without a certificate of health from the State of Tennessee.
  • They are great for market gardening.

Spiders

  • I was right. They are in the weeds!
Bee Not Afraid

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Wesley and Colleen Crawford

Colleen Crawford

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I write because I have a lot to say, and City Homestead is my canvas.

I have a few regrets in life, and if I could start life over again, I would have pursued fine arts, learned how to dance, learned the language of music, learned to play the piano, the Native American flute, and never would have tasted sugar.

But the days go by quickly, and then the years fly by. And then I find myself in my 50s and wonder if it is too late to learn all the things that I put on a back burner.

City Homestead, but more importantly, Secret Haven, is a place where I ended up face to face with a challenge to blossom where I am. With that said, I am pursuing the rest of my life with the hope that I can change the course of my life and learn the things I dream of learning.

  • YHWH
  • Art
  • Gardening
  • Music
  • Writing
  • The kudzu jungle overtaking the South

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Wesley Crawford

Colleen Crawford

Mommy Jean

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