Sometimes it can be difficult to gauge what an outsider thinks of our sustainable lifestyle, and how they can adapt to sustainable living in the ‘burbs. Are we perceived as new aged hippies, or just people with a quirky outlook, or neither?
So luckily during this episode of the podcast, we get the opportunity to see if our way of living rubs off on our visitors who drop in occasionally and what they think of it.
So to that end, my special guest is Pam Dawson, my Mother-in-law. She lives in Southampton, Hampshire, UK. However, she has been staying here at TGoG urban farm for the past five weeks and I was interested in her opinion of how we live, what she likes best about it, what she doesn’t like, and what lessons she is taking home with her.
The chat was insightful, even though a little bit biased. After all, she is the mother of my wife, Kim, and lovely at that.
Maybe I didn’t work her hard enough around the garden? Seriously, I really appreciated all the help she gave us during her visit, and couldn’t thank her enough for volunteering as a guest on the show. Thanks Pam.
So make yourself a cuppa and please take the time to have a listen to our little chat about her experience of sustainable living. I believe you will enjoy it.
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Until next time, stay green and keep keen! Please thank Pam for coming on the show.