Thankyou one and all for your loving comments and warm welcome to the wee babe (I know, not so wee but a new born none the less and still so very cute). They've named him Evan by the way. Rhonnie did have a hard time and needed a blood transfusion in the end and so is still very weak, but at home now and feeling much more comfortable. Being such a large babe , he is quite a hungry lad and feeding continually. Consequently Rhonnie is getting more and more tired, and so I have have been trying to make things a little easier by making some meals, and travelling down to see her every day. And as hard as it is to think of anything else I must focus back onto the goings on of the farm. So just one or two photos for the aunts in Melbourne....
|( I promise I'll get some better ones of me and Evan soon)|
|I love this one of him|
There has been so much going on here apart from babies, that I'll have to let you know about soon!
Tomorrow we have someone coming to interview us from a gardening magazine and on Saturday we will be giving a talk at The Fair Share Festival. Our talk will be about Chapter 14 from the Permaculture Designers Manuel-.Strategies for an Alternative Nation. Permaculture offers clear and practical ways of dealing with the challenges we face, how to grow build and manage natural systems for human and earth needs. But unless we change the social and economic areas of society none of this will work. So we will be looking at ways in which true changes can be brought about, changes beyond the garden or farm, that allows for a fair share for all!