No, I didn’t go to Werribee Zoo to talk to the big cats, I went to Caroline Springs Library to talk to the local Lions Club members about, “How I greened my home in West Melton” as part of National Recycling week.
It was a lovely audience of about 15 people, who seemed genuinely interested in what I had to say. I was even approached by one of the members to submit a small article on green living tips for a monthly newsletter that gets distributed to all residents of Caroline Springs. I took Carl up on his offer and eagerly await his email.
Many thanks to Gary and Linda for organising the evening and letting me chew everyone’s ears off about all of the things I have done around our house for an hour, and thanks to the attentive audience for listening to me.
I do weddings, parties or anywhere else for that matter! One hour is all I need, and I guarantee to be entertaining! If any locals are after a sustainable living talk, please contact me via my email address on the sidebar.
I am feeling all inspired to start a new project now to summer proof the garden. This unseasonable hot weather is not going to stop this little eco-warrior from growing veggies! I just love my summer tomatoes and cucumbers, not to mention the pumpkin growing contest that our group has going this summer. I have 5 varieties planted, so hopefully, I am in with a chance if I can keep them from dying of heat exhaustion. I can just taste that roasted pumpkin and garlic now. Yum.
john (dad) says
its a pity you dont live my way . then you could talk to my local lions club. keep up the good work
Dad, if I ever get up your way, I would be glad to give a presentation. It would be my honour!