The snow is strong here, stronger than it seemed early this morning, but dare I complain? There's 12 feet in New York state.
With headlines like Snow just won't stop in upstate N.Y., I wound up feeling a little less chilly and wet this morning getting to my corner.
They are a tough bunch, those NYers, and I do not mean the city dwellers. City dwellers are never tough when compared to those who need to carve out life a little closer to the bone of nature. Small towns get cut off, and need to be self-relient. Resilient, they are.
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As one among those who fears bees on a level that probably seems childish at my age, I saw this with pleasant thoughts:
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STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - A mysterious illness is killing tens of thousands of honeybee colonies across the country, threatening honey production, the livelihood of beekeepers and possibly crops that need bees for pollination.
Whether or not those scary killer bees will be impacted is not a question, not in PA. Those bees are still down south. Living in Chicago, I know I have a few years before the story reads, "Death by Bees, Newspaper Hawk Killed By Swarm."