All suited up for our nighttime walk – I can’t be the only baby-wearing mama who rocks the double duty scarf action. Anyone else out there do this?
Oi oi there! It’s the weekend again and that means it’s time for comments, critiques, thoughts, support, and suggestions. But we’ve got a lot to cover here. Oi!
1. The Great Bonzai Seed Exchange
Some of you may remember talk of an international seed-saving and seed exchanging endeavor. I had such grand plans . . . but alas, I have no seeds! None of my greens went to seed, none of my beets went to seed, and I ate my tomatoes without realizing there wouldn’t be any more coming to replace them. I do have some pumpkin seeds, but that’s it! Cue the sad trombone!
So I’m wondering where you guys are at. Did anyone save any seeds? I’m totally willing to facilitate an exchange if people are still interested. Let me know!
2. I Need Your Input!
I have a dear friend who is writing a cookbook – a vegan cookbook! It’s specifically targeted at new vegans, and since I know that a lot of Bonzai readers are contemplating, transitioning, or new to veganism, I thought I’d ask you guys – what would you like to see in a cookbook? What do you think is especially important for those just starting out? Any ideas are welcome!
3. Don’t Forget To Order Your 2011 Mini Mission Calendar For The New Year!
There are still a few Bonzai Aphrodite Wall Calendars left. A great way to support the site! Makes a great gift! Okay, that’s enough selling from me, yeesh.
4. Garlic-Onion-Beet-Spinach-Mango-Carrot-Grapefruit Juice Is On Sale
Natalie of Thora Thinks emailed to let me know that our favorite veg-positive children’s book, Garlic-Onion-Beet-Spinach-Mango-Carrot-Grapefruit Juice, is on sale! Yay! Why not pick this up for your favorite little person. It’s a great way to spread the message of compassion, and you’ll also support an independent artist. Win-Win!
And finally, Love List time! It’s one of my favorite parts of the week, our little lists of gratitude. Here’s mine =
1. Planning my new years resolutions and the feeling of hope and empowerment it brings.
2. My daily – usually twice daily – walks. Who needs yoga when you can powerwalk your way into endorphin bliss, muahaha. Feels so great!
3. Carbonated raspberries. Word.
K, now it’s your turn.