This has been a long process. Mostly because of me. I’m notoriously busy and important (or at least my ego tells me I am).
The whole project (long before we called it a project) started almost a year ago, when my mom decided to take some Public Access classes. Initially I was in no way involved; she was doing this for her own edification. I was like, “Yeah, great for you, mom. I’m glad to see you’re broadening your horizons.” Blah, blah, blah.
Then she took her first class. And she was excited.
Really, really excited.
“Yeah, great for you, mom,” I tried to say, but I didn’t even get to the blah, blah, blah. I knew from the look she was giving me that I was getting involved. Whether I wanted to or not. Whether I had time or not. And I really had no time. Seriously. No time. That’s why it took six freaking months to create the first episode.
But I made time. Because I had to. Because it was important to my mom. And, inevitably, because it became important to me. Now I can see the potential it has to help shape the discourse around sustainability and conscious living. So the next goal is to make it important to the community. But first we have to build a community.
That’s where you come in. Hopefully, we’re creating something that speaks to you. Hopefully, we’re building a place, a destination where you will find things to both help and inspire you to live more sustainably.
Hopefully, you will help us, too.
That’s why I created a blog as opposed to a website. My mom and I want to create a community; we want to share and learn and grow with you. I hope you’ll join us and be an active contributor.
Thanks for stopping by. Come back soon. We’ll have lots more for you to see.