It’s all the little things.
These are in no particular order…..
When someone doing great work is happy to share their experiences with you (thanks to super mentor market gardeners Cal at Green Connect & Lizzie of Piccolo Farm ), when you go into a volunteer in a school garden with a loose plan – you end up with 48 students instead of the regular 24 and everyone has a great time – including the volunteer. (Also stoked with our newly arrived veg garden mascot – miraculously ‘appreared’ one day)
When your remarkable partner helps solve your irrigation issues because he understands you can’t be good at all the stuff all the time and brings home a second hand tank still smiling himself after a very long day, ’cause he knows how important it is to you. (And hooks it up the following day)
It makes me smile when you receive an email showing interest in your enterprise, to find out someone you admire in business has recommended you. (Thank you Ciara at Earthwalker & Co !)
Having enough time and space to share around with the neighbours. (working out where our neighbour will plant chillis and corn this summer)
Being curious enough and brave enough to ask people questions and their opinions when you don’t have the answers yourself.
Variety outside. Being outside. And being barefoot outside. Simple and effective.
Seeing kids impressed and fascinated by checking out the school garden compost worms without squealing.
Having so many ideas you don’t know which way to look, so you just start and it starts working out.
The generosity of people, wanting to be involved and offering their time. (Spring into Action volutneers – you all rock !)
So much goodness – it’s all that interconnectedness, collaboration not competition, that keeps our world spinning. Enjoy.