I was busy taking photos on the butterflies on my Inula daisies in the garden:
And look who popped up:
“Hi Neeva. I wanted to catch up with you to let you know I’m going to be away for a week. I’m going down the South of England to see my friends and family.”
“That sounds like fun,” said Neeva, “I’ll see you when you get back.”
“Knock on the back door, if you don’t see me, I’ll be resting after travelling around for a week.”
“Did you enjoy Oosie’s age ceremony?” asked Neeva.
“I thought the ceremony was moving, and it was great to have an insight into your culture. Oosie looked like she was having a lovely time,” I replied.
“She was quite tired out with all that excitement,” she giggled, “which is unusual for her.”
A bee buzzed around and landed next to Neeva.
“I’d better get going,” she said, “we’re collecting honey later.”
“Careful you don’t get stung,” I said.
“Bees don’t sting us, and they don’t mind giving us some of their honey. See you when you get back. Have a lovely time.”
As you heard, I’m away for a little holiday, so my next post will be in about two weeks time.