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Reading about bees

Posted by on February 4, 2009

In the winter, mice climb into commercial beehives. The hives are warm and in the cold weather the bees are drowsy and not inclined to sting a fuzzy little intruder. The mice build their nests there in the hives and feed on the honeycombs while they raise their babies among the bees. I love to imagine this: a tiny mammal living in the insect world, everything strange and buzzing and bloodless around her. It’s similar to how I feel when I picture Katy working in a corporate office.

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The mouse in the mess.

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