Nature

Bee Journey

My bee journey began in February 2019. I was actually searching for a permaculture course, but those were too far away from where I lived and slightly more expensive than I could permit myself at the time. I came across various beekeeping courses close by and decided to sign up, not knowing that these Apis …

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For the love of cats…

“Does your cat love you?” It is a serious question. So serious in fact, that it’s been the subject of scientific studies. It’s as serious as saying the earth is round when it was flat. It stirs people up and they argue about it. The latest scientific study says, your cat does not love you per …

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A play for Climate Change Theater Action: 2019

“The Butterfly that persisted”: an ode to nature, the ultimate warrior that persisted to exist and abound – in spite of everything. And to the human being that persisted to envision and strive for betterment, taking action no matter how small.Written for one or more (female) performers,  It’s one thing when you think your work …

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Making the spiral

It started off as a grass lawn, nothing else. We began eating away at it, to transform and replace it with an eatable garden. Having a bit of green grass to lay on is ok, but it’s really a waste of water and energy. Why water something and keep cutting it when it offers nothing …

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Mulching

My first Mulch   It is autumn. The crops in the front garden beds have been harvested and the exposed earth is already hosting a number of weeds. It’s time to prepare for the winter… it’s time to mulch.  If you’ve never heard of mulching, don’t worry, neither had I till a couple of months …

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