What if you decided for one month, to source all of your food from local farms, neighborhood buying clubs, and your own stash of preserved foods? That's what Jacquelyn did this past month, and I chat with her on my most recent show on Lelo Homemade. You can listen to it here. I love how Jacquelyn believes in voting with her dollar and really living her values. It was a great chat and I came away inspired and thinking a little differently about how we source our food. Big thanks to Jacquelyn for her time and sharing her knowledge.
Also in this week's show? I'm having some problems with squirrels, and so is my neighbor. Some of it funny, some of it not so funny. But the wildlife I've really been enjoying in the garden are the birds. We have so many this year, and new ones I've never seen before.
Thank you to everyone (all 8,000 of you every week) for listening and supporting this show. You guys are the best. Now if only we could get this rain to stop....
Thanks again for talking with me; that was fun! I finally got a chance to listen, and I think it came out great! I really like your show - I always learn something from it.
I just recently discovered your blog and am so glad I did. What a sweet post!
push came to shove today at best wishes, marie if you want to take a look.
I "think" I know one of the reasons squirrels are giving you big problems right now, or at least up here. At least 3 (since we have 3 kinds of them) have raised young who are NOW under all our feeders tearing up a storm. Sometimes 8-10 squirrels, plus chipmunks. It's a bit frustrating.............BUT, NO, I haven't skeered 'em off yet.
i finally had the right project to get the radio show going and listen, and do some sorting. for some reason, i like to listen to the show when the sun is shining. that is how i envision the experience of listening to the lelo show. there is always that happy, calm "at home getting things done" type of energy. the "at home" energy.
i know nothing about squirrels in the yard. for whatever reason, my area does not have them where i live.
i really liked the interview with jacquelyn. i like the fact that you addressed the issue of time and budget. some very good points were made.
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