I’m an only child.
The creator and beekeeper for Bees In The Field is an only child.
Yet from childhood, we latched onto each other and ever since, have called each other my sister. That’s my sister. Someone who has been there for everything in your life, all your moments and all the fun car rides and bestie sleep overs. So obviously when Covid hit and I couldn’t see my sister anymore it hit me hard. I mean, like it did for so many people being kept away from their families. Yet Facetime came in clutch for sure.
You can imagine the tears in my eyes when I got this package on my doorstep, and opened it up to find it was from my sister and things she had created! Immediately whipped my camera out, because I was so impressed that it looked straight off Etsy and onto my dining room table.
A bee-licious jar of honey from her bees, a handmade card, hand poured beeswax candle with some coffee beans from my favorite roaster located in Kentucky, Sensibus Coffee. All tied together in glittery tissue paper and twine. Sprigs of lavender popped some color in the box and made it smell sooo delicious when I opened the box.
So flip through these photos and remember that when you can’t see someone you love, you can always send them a little something to brighten their day and remind them you’re thinking of them.
Love you sis!