I got a beginner beekeeping kit and a hive and have my bees on order. I'm a little scared because I've never done this before, but I've always wanted to. My grandpa used to keep bees and it always seemed so neat to me. I never got to help him with the bees though, just eat the honey. So, what do I do now? I'm a little worried because all of the books I've been reading say that I should start with drawn combs for the bees and give them a frame of honey and a frame of brood. If I knew where to get that stuff I wouldn't have had to mail order everything. How do those authors expect us to get a frame of brood and honey? I got this book about beekeeping and it is about 4 inches thick and talks about a lot of stuff for commercial beekeeping. I just want honey for my family. I think I've finally boiled it down to what will be good information for just a hobby at beekeeping, but I still have worries about getting this 3 pound package of bees and putting them into a brand spanking new hive with nothing but foundation to live with and sugar water instead of honey. Will my bees be ok?