I have spent a busy day based at my village hall just up the road, being Compostwoman at the Blossomtime event :) Lots of compost advice dispensed, lots of leaflets and chat and laughter and fun and a small amount of cider drunk, once I had finished talking compost to people :) Also sold loads of my tomato plants to fundraise for Garden Organic. I spoke to 35 people today about compost related issues, another 15 about gardening and plants and 10 people about keeping chickens :)
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I always love doing this event; it is usually the first event I do in the new season also it coincides with Compost Awareness Week every year :).
I also did some seed planting with children and we had lots of fun looking at composting creatures through my bug viewers :)
Home this evening to pot on more plants to sell for fundraising for Garden Organic at the Bank Holiday Monday Blossomtime event ( It goes on for two days) I have loads of Heritage Seed Library tomato and pepper varieties to sell :)
I feel a bit shattered after a very long day on my feet, but have had an excellent day.
Then to add the icing on the cake that was today, at dusk the Nightingales started singing and I listened and then rcorded seven males singing their hearts out to each other - I just hope there were some females around to be wooed by their wonderous songs!
Fabulous to be able to listen to something like that :)
I love where I live :)