Farmer Bren has taken over the Daylesford Organics blog!
That's right, there are now two bloggers in the Foxs Lane fam (yikes).
And wouldn't you know it, he went straight in there and did all this fancy tech stuff and now it looks completely different.
I guess we can expect bloggy bits about farming, gardening, bread baking and other Farmer Bren thoughts and theories on life.
Follow along here if you wanna.
I wrote a piece and took some photos for Slow magazine.
Slow is one of those very rare magazines that I read from cover to cover. It's a beautiful Australian magazine filled with stories about interesting people doing interesting things.
I was particularly thrilled to have our story included in the Spring issue alongside Rhonda from Down to Earth, Tim Winton, Paul Kelly, Charlotte Woods, Edwina from The Old Post Office and so many more. Like Rhonda said on her blog; It's like I'm part of a lovely and familiar Slow family. Totally.
Have you seen this?
My friend Pip from Meet Me At Mikes is running a blogging e-course. How ace is that?!
In her very own words;
It's called Blog With Pip! and is designed especially for crafty and creative types. This course will teach you lots of valuable things about blogging, writing, inspiration and social media. It's perfect for beginners OR for people who have blogs already, but might want to refresh them. If your blog needs a bit of TLC, this is the course for you. (It may offer a bit of TLC for you too, truth be told!)
Find out more about it on Pip's blog here.
I think this is such a brilliant opportunity to learn from one of the most crafty, cool, creative and generous girls around. Hop to it I say.
So many people asked me what the top of our pea tee-pea looked like. This is what it looks like. So far we have just sort of woven the tops of the branches in together. Later on, as the peas start climbing and the whole structure gets heavier, we might tie it all up to strengthen it.
I am knitting Olinda for Miss Pepper at the moment. It is a gorgeous lacy pattern and I am loving watching it all come together. I'm knitting my way down the second sleeve at the moment, not long to go. Hopefully she'll be throwing it over her shoulders before the week is out.
And lastly, here is my podcast from yesterday's ABC Radio National's Life Matters program.
If you want to hear what my voice sounds like, if you want to hear my nervous giggle, or if you plain just want to listen, click on this link.
Phew, that's it for me and my news for now.
How about you?
Do you have some stuff you think I'd like to know?
Are you going to click on any of my links?