The good news: you can see our garden! The other news: I was in meetings ALL DAY on Wednesday, May 1.
I love my job as Restorative Justice Coordinator for MCCS. It means I get to connect with all sort of interesting people. And I was happy that our meetings on May 1 were at the beautiful Catholic Cathedral (and you know, I feel a bit Catholic after our time working for Catholics in S.Sudan). I facilitated two meetings at the Cathedral – the Restorative Justice Ministries Saskatchewan networking group, and then the Provincial Moderating Committee on Chaplaincy. In the evening I went to a Circles of Support and Accountability training session. I love my job, but I don’t love being inside all day when the weather is FINALLY habitable.
When I got home I was welcomed by my sweets, the new little chicks we had just picked up and all of our plants:
The following day I worked from the farm and was able to nip out once in awhile to enjoy fresh air, chickens, goats, and a future garden.
We also spent some time pacing out our future yurt!!! We used the snow block as our corner stone.
- Our one year anniversary in Canada
- The yurt gets a water line
- The grass turns green
- We look for support in crowd-funding
- I seriously consider growing chives as a cash crop