Short Story Part One

Kate Foster was perplexed with her current situation. She sat in a room that was infinite white space, on a chair that didn’t seem to be there at all. She really didn’t understand where she was or how she got here. The last thing she remembered was stepping into the shower. She was trying to beat the approaching storm by taking a really quick shower after a hot afternoon of working in the garden. After the shower she’d join her husband on the back porch of their suburban ranch to enjoy nature’s light show across the expansive prairie. 
Her grandmother had always warned her about being around water when there was a storm approaching. Sometimes her advice didn’t make much sense, she was written off by most of the family as a crazy old bat. Kate wasn’t sure about her sanity, but grams was in her nineties when she finally passed away. The old gal had survived a long time, and advice from someone who had seen plenty of storms over her lifetime could not be discounted. She found herself lo…

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Hallucinogenic Honey

I first ran across this story last year. The title “Hunting for Hallucinogenic Honey in Nepal” was intriguing enough to get me to click on it. I have a few bee hives, I’ve extracted a bit of honey. For centuries people have praised the medicinal value of natural honey. But I did not know that in certain parts of the world honey could cause hallucinations.

In Turkey and Nepal, they call it “Mad Honey” or “Red Honey”. The red honey comes from Rhododendrons growing high up in the mountains. It is produced by a specific bee, the Giant Bee of Himalayas. Up to 3 cm, they build hanging nests on cliff faces that can be as big as 5 feet in diameter.
Generations of Gurungs in Nepal have built homemade ladders to dangle off of these cliff faces just to harvest this highly sought-after honey.

Most of my honey harvest will come from the fields of clover that grow wild in my area. I do have two small Rhododendrons, but I don’t think I will be harvesting any red honey anytime soon.
There are a few v…

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