In addition to spending the weekend writing an introduction for the eBay atheist I also spend some time writing some questions to ask my friend the Jehovah’s Witness and taking the kids for a walk in the woods. I now have one more embarrassing story to tell if Tiny Tasha ever brings a boyfriend home. It’s not just bears that go in the woods.
The thing that I spent most of the time doing though was trimming my hedge. It had become very overgrown and was in much need of cutting back. I’ve filled the composter and I’ve got nearly a dozen bags packed full of hedge trimmings.
After all the work I put in I’ve got quite proficient. I dare say I could trim anyone’s hedge or bush in next to no time.
There really is no end to the interesting things that you can read about when you come and visit me on my blog. As a fine example I’ve just realised that I have so far failed to regale you with the fascinating tale of my new compost bin. Being the wasteful and throwaway culture that we are the hoverFrog family like to do our bit to reverse this trend. We recycle everything that we can and take our bottles (from The Hildy’s drinking) to the bottle bank. We really do enjoy the satisfying smash of glass that tells us that we’re doing good.
However we could do more. That is why I have taken the necessary steps to purchase a compost bin for our biologically degradable waste. We have noticed that Saffie and the rat ladies go through rather a lot of hay and sawdust and even psycho cat, Riz, uses wood pulp cat litter. These can all be composted and used to grow good healthy veggies or perhaps tasty fruits like tomatoes or a mini orange tree.
I expect my bin to arrive in the next week or two. You too can purchase a compost bin for a small sum from recycle now. I’ve noticed that the price is less than a third of some high street shops and you get a discount for ordering online. If you want to do something else good for the environment and for local wildlife you could always follow Flighty’s lead and get a wood pile going.