Anyway, its not that I hate blogging, its just that I don't have time for it and I want to say sorry my bad, and I will do my best to start it up again....
Now that the winter is upon us I am getting flash backs of when I was in India, its been a year to the day that I went...and what an incredible year it has been...I often think of the people I met in India and know that each and every child, teacher, friend I met has touched my heart in a place where it will never go away.
Since I got back I have been full on back in to Seedbombing extraordinaire' ness and have worked on some fantastic projects and met even more incredible people, life is just so full of amazing people!
Our community garden here in Brighton is going from strength to strength we have a twitter account now too if you are interested in following us click here Veggardenbtn.
I continue to run seedbomb making workshops and have had a fantastic time teaching about the wonder of seeds and looking at them through microscopes, my all time fave pic of the year is at Transition camp when i was blowing seeds off my hand to show the kids how seeds use the wind to travel, the look of amazement on their faces is heart warming.
It feels so incredible when I see that what I teach is enjoyed and valued by the participants at my workshops, because its not work for me, I am sharing what I love and that is easy.
I continue to work with Brighton and Hove Food partnership and I have also been involved in food waste projects where we try to combat surplus food going to landfill by finding ways to re direct it to those in need, such as food banks and community projects, which has been so educational, what an eye opener! Working with Feeding the 5K and the Gleaners netowrk picking lots of apples and plums for Fareshare has been one of the many highlights of my summer, especially because Hugh Fearnley Wittingstall made us lunch and we will be featuring on his channel 4 program to the core about fruit in the UK. http://www.channel4.com/programmes/river-cottage-to-the-core/4od#3588071
So I look forward to the season of reflection before the season of seed sowing begins again in February.
Seedbombs are still available to buy on my website shop and if you are thinking of going green this crimbo then they are the gift for you! My single seedbombs/wedding favour boxes make great stocking fillers too!