- Author: Kathy Keatley Garvey
Published on: December 30, 2022
As the predominantly red-and-green holiday season draws to a close, and the year crawls to an end, it's time to "bee in the pink."
Yes, "in the pink."
Skip the red. Ignore the green. Think "in the pink."
"In the pink" means to be in top form, in peak condition, in the best of health, and that's a good resolution for the New Year. (Not to mention every day of every year.)
And, if you keep bees, let's hope your bees will be "in the pink," too. Want to learn to about beekeeping? Contact the UC Davis-based California Master Beekeeper Program.
Happy New Year!
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by Jan Haag
on December 31, 2022 at 8:46 AM
Love the "in the pink" photos of bees so busy. Happy new year to you, and thank you for all the excellent information and stunning photos throughout the year!
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