My Bees Are Fine! Thanks to all who replied to earlier posts!
Well, a beekeeper of 13 years and owner of dozens of hives was nice enough to come over and inspect my hives today.
He said for me not to worry as the girls are very healthy and thriving. He said it could have been the frost, it could have been one of the queen's mates was a relitive or a number of things, but a certain percentage of the pupa generally has some kind of problem anyway and is removed and discarded by the worker bees.
He and I popped open several Drone Cells and didn't see a single Varroa. I pulled 2 drones from their cells earlier that day and thought I saw one. Turns out it wasn't. So, I guess things are fine.
The first deep super is almost all drawn out and ready for me to add the second supper already!! I guess that means I'm doing good for a new package hive this year in New Hampshire.
I am so releaved and happy now! Thank you SOO MUCH to everyone who responded to my posts!