When the weather is bright and temperature is high, it is common to see honeybees flit from flower to flower as they collect their seasonal treasure. Have you ever wondered however, what those same flying insects do when the weather turns and the air gets cold? Do they become immobile, freeze and die? Do they hibernate in some sleep-like state much like their natural enemy, the bear? What do the honeybees do when there is no honey to make?
TOWANDA — In September 2012, Tanya Jones Smallwood of Sheshequin made her first candle, which had a “pumpkin pie” scent
TROY — Where did you put that electric bill?
You could have sworn that you stuffed it in that drawer a couple weeks ago. But it’s not there.
Maybe it’s in the car, under all those other papers and the fast food bag – the one with the greasy French fries that you didn’t scarf down.
And the tax receipts from last year? Where are they?
Don’t even think about those.