Haha, what in the world is that little bee up to? I know mine here quite often fall asleep on the flowers in the evening and before they are fully awake in the morning I can go out and rub their little backs and they barely move. I just love the bees in my garden!Tina xo
What a fabulous photo. They are so funny when they are all covered with pollen. I actually love the sound of a bumble bee near by! Wasps....not so much.
Oh this made me laugh out loud for real! What a great, great shot!!!!Vera
Too cute! Love it :0)
Great photo, Rhondi. I love your new blog design, too!xoxoJane
Great photo. You just can't beat nature when it comes to spectacular.Thanks for stopping by my blog.
I agree Rhondi! What a wonderful picture...things that we normally miss in our busy lives. Thanks for sharing this! Maura:)
So true and so beautiful!
The bee shot is unbelievable! Wonderful close up. Please come by and visit my post about our farm experience this past week when you can! Debbie
I love the photo, Rhondi! And the quote is so appropriate.Brenda
What a fabulous photo and the perfect quote to accompany it.I visited your porch party the other day, but didn't have time to leave a comment. Your deck looks so inviting and beautiful with all of the blue. I think I might have gained a few pounds just looking at those lovely cupcakes :)
What a great picture, he's really covered in the pollen, I thought it only got on their feet. Learned something new.
The word that came to mind was "precious."
What an amazing photo!! Thanks for sharing... I like the quote too!!!Lisa in Kentucky
What a great photo Rhondi, looks like Mr. Bee is taking a pollen bath!
Rhondi I just love that photo! I also love Henry Ford's way of thinking! Enjoy your day!
What an incredible photo! Love it!
He looks like a fuzzy stuffed toy bee - so cute. I think he's worn out from pollinating!!Have a fabulous time Rhondi - I'll be thinking of you.Hugs - Mary
Oh Rhondi, that photo is a delight! That little bee had no idea he would be featured with his little butt sticking up!Henry Ford was right!
Just stopping by to thank you once again for the wonderful porch party. There were so many beautiful spots to visit.
Love that quote Rhondi! And that picture is amazing....I have one similar somewhere that I took of a bee on a sunflower and it is covered in pollen....only yellow.Hugs,Penny
Hi Rhondi,I had to look for a second to see what was what! This is a fabulous photo!!Have a wonderful day,Stephanie ♥
Rhondi, beautiful saying above - I could not agree more. My sister-in law had the personal experience of having her parents criticize her a lot when she was growing up, and she has had the courage to develop an inner voice within herself that says you CAN do things. I admire that so much about her. It's not easy when you grow up and have controlling parents who criticize you and try to tell you what to do - and I think it's great when people can move beyond that and find confidence anyway! My own son's motto has always been " I CAN do anything! (lol)
Durn near what I preach all the time ... Love the bee! Wish I could get one that closely. Love his pollen cover ... I'm going to see if I can find one asleep & pet it. Hmmmmm ...Have a lovely & safe 4th ~TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon
Rhondi, I love your blog and your porch party inspired my friends and I to start decorating and sharing with each other our pictures. We'll be ready for your party next year! I nominated you for the Kreativ Blogger award and put a link on my blog to yours. http://ayearoflivinggreener.blogspot.com/ (not sure how to make a pretty link for you) You have an amazing blog and I wanted to share.
LOL I love that photo!!!!! Great saying to remember.
Stunning photo and a wonderful quote!!
HiThanks so very much for taking the time to leave a comment. I always read every one. I am glad you stopped by for a visit. Hope you'll come again! Rhondi