I love you Honey Bunny by Christine Swift
I Love You Honey
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Earlier this month I received my first package of bees. A package refers to a box containing 3 pounds of bees, or roughly 12 thousand Apis Mellifera. And while introducing a new species of animal to your home seems like a hugely cathartic event, there was no ceremonious exchange of insect between myself and the store from which I ordered them, which was a bit of a let down. I accepted the humming box, placed it in the hatchback of the family car, and drove home. After donning my bee suit and gathering all my tools, it took me about 12 minutes to physically place the bees into the brood box, the part of the hive where the queen will lay her eggs and rear new drones and workers. And with that our family joined an ancient fraternity of bee keepers. Humans have intricately intertwined their existence with bees for millennia.
A simple and short group game all about trying to make each other crack a smile. If the chosen person cracks a smile, then he or she switches places with the one in the middle. Repeat the cycle 7 to 10 times until the laughter and playfulness in the group reaches a peak. The purpose of this simple exercise is to demonstrate three key principles useful for creativity and idea generation: quantity is a condition for quality; building on the ideas of others; the ideas we come up with are usually all the same. The format is simple, with small groups standing and drawing apples.