With each week, it becomes a little harder to see the light at the end of this winding, impossibly long tunnel we’re living through. But that doesn’t mean that bright spots aren’t peeking through this shadowy time. Consider this your safe space, where Netflix news and moments dogs were better than the rest of us are regular occurrences. Whether you’re in desperate need of a laugh, cry, or reminder of what day it is (it’s Friday, by the way), look no further than your weekly dose of the good stuff.
Queer Eye Returns Next Month
Pencil in a cathartic cry for June 5, when season 5 of Queer Eye premieres on Netflix. The Fab Five is packing up their emotional tool-kits and heading to Philadelphia to make over a host of heroes in the area. Can we just say how much we’ve missed Tan’s french tucks and Antoni’s guacamole?
Honey Bees Catch A Much-Needed Break
Though murder hornets dominated the news cycle, CNN reported something positive about the bee community involving one of their own employees. George Montgomery discovered a buzzing sound coming from his ceiling after moving into his Georgia home. Once he realized the noise belonged to bees, he waited three months, worried that jostling the beehive would be too expensive. When he finally called Georgia Bee Removal, employee Bobby Chaisson was able to extract approximately 100,000 bees from the colony. Chaisson told the outlet that an average-sized colony houses about 10,000 to 80,000 bees. Due to his handiwork, the bee catcher was able to remove about 60 pounds of honeycomb, which was melted into wax and donated to a local craftsperson. The bees are now occupying a new hive in North Georgia near Chaisson’s property.
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