The Friday Feedback Forum

April 24th, 2009 - filed under: Furthermore » Feedback

Oi there! Time once again for audience participation! After all, this blog is nothing without all you wonderful people. So there it is: your weekly space for your comments, critiques, thoughts, support, and suggestions.

How was life this past week? What did you like here on Bonzai? What were you less than excited about? Which section would you like to see more of next week? (the food? the fashion? the farm?)  I want to know – what are YOU interested in?!

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  • Lee Hoffman

    Loved the potato garden
    Lisa & I want to makmde some.

    on a sad note Lisa’s hours got cut. What this means for the Northern HQ is not known.

  • Sayward

    @ Lee – Oh no! Let’s talk soon. Also, I’d love to help you set up some potato tires. =)

  • Jenny

    okay here is a question I have for you, it might take some serious research though….:) first check out this link

    so my question is, if you buy organic clothing or bedding, does that automaticly mean it is free from toxic flame retardant chemicals, or it still has to meet those requirements, hence not actually making it organic…..?? xxoxox

  • Jenny

    also would be cool, for the fashion, to talk about all the alternative fabrics and places you can get them? i.e. simple shoes have gone all green…..stuff like that….:)

  • Jenny

    how to be green on a shoestring:)

  • TC

    I’m keen to hear how much raw you’re still eating and whether incorporating more cooked food again has slowed you down from your raw buzz.

    I really liked the potato tyres too!

  • Alex

    I liked the tire and compost posts, the tire one especially. I’m a huge fan of repurposing anything that would otherwise just become waste. And I’m always trying to think of ways I can do the same.

    Anyway, keep it up!

  • Sayward

    @ Jenny – I’ll definitely look into that, thanks for the link. I’ll do some snooping and let you know what i find! =)

    @ TC – I’m planning another RAW update post for next week, but the short of it is, more RAW in my diet = more overall well-being in my life. It’s pretty directly proportional, which is . . . sort of crazy!

    @ Alex – Thanks! I’ll be doing all sorts of fun garden projects all summer, definitely keeping it up. =D