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Not fabulous gardening weather, but I've been out trying to eradicate the bluebells and considering where we can do more edible landscaping at my coop building.
On Sunday, I did a presentation at the Unitarian church using seeds/gardening as metaphor for "growing things in our own lives, our community and our city."
I called it:
radish acts of kindness and sweetpea acts of beauty
I learned that the phrase random acts, etc. is attributed to Anne Herbert and found some additional wisdom from her blog.
Learning about ning here, I set up a ning for vancouverunitarians.ning.com - feel free to visit us!

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