The Curse of the Werebaby

indian hannnah beans

Bean sorting keeps me calm. The therapeutic colours of the Indian Hannah Beans.

It has teeth, it has claws and it feeds on me all night… And turns me into Zombie-Mummy by day; deranged look, wild hair, attractive grey trackies. Groaning and moaning as I shuffle up and down the hallway in search of things I put down somewhere. Me at my best. For the love of all that is holy, please don’t come to the door.
But there are things I should be telling you:

Kapiti Seedbank

It’s the final countdown for 2014/15 membership of the Kapiti Seedbank. You need to get this form filled in right away. Only members can order from the catalogue that has over 100 varieties of seed, most not available commercially.

Kapiti is the place to be

Wow the last couple of months have seen the launch of the Seedbank, a special Community Gardeners Hui, and a most magnificent Local Table food event in Paekakariki. So many great things happening and thrilled to be a part of it all with some truly awesome people. There is a murmuring on the winds of a Sustainably Awesome Kapiti Explosion… just what might that be?

I’ve been espousing love…

For broad beans over at Grow Kapiti,
And for the kids’ book Flight of the Honey Bee at Booksellers
I have a tonne of half-written posts littering up the place so expect sporadic postings.
Hope you’re all bundled up safe and warm,
Anna