My family's honeybees died due to the cold winter a few years back. This year, we're cutting down dead trees for firewood and so that we can plant more, only to find that one of the dead-standing trees was completely hollowed out and full of thousands of honeybees. They survived and now we have some honey and lots of wild honeybees. I wonder how many other dead hollow trees are filled with these bees now?
For those of you who are wondering, I'm taking a break from Villainess, Retry!, and I'm starting work on The Late Bird's Tale: A Tale of the Floating World. I've learned a lot of writing Villainess, Retry!, so I'm much more confident in tackling The Late Late Bird's Tale. Join me on another adventure, folks! You might like this one.