an interesting thought to contemplate.. It makes a lot of sense in the terms of- when is it worth your while to actually tell the truth and make yourself available vs. when is it a better idea just to say ok and nod your head and move on (which is kind of a lie, or maybe just not full disclosure?)...
today was a day of zero cooking and two meetings.
on an exciting note the class this weekend was Urban Regeneration- a class co taught by Scott Kellogg literally the one who wrote the book on sustainable city living from a DIY perspective.
As a result we now have three packages of inoculated mushrooms that will be ready for eating in a few months, and a beautiful blue Rubbermaid container full of worms! for worm composting. On top of that I was given a sourdough starter yesterday, and hopefully soon a kombucha mother.... Now our kitchen/ house will be a mushroomy/ wormy/ fermenting machine!
This afternoon I had the time travel experience of taking redeemable bottles and cans to be turned in to money.. This involved driving them to a ramshackel of a building just outside of town where a sweet woman took our bottles, hand sorted them, and gave us cash for them (based on the generally 5 cent redeemable rate). I've never lived in a state that has a bottle deposit before, pretty interesting...
Kitchen meeting went well. We have some new systems in place, and new ideas for recipes, etc. Overall, everything is looking uppish.
tonight- honing the shuffleboard skills.
this weekend- taking my first class- Natural Paints and Finishes..so excited!!!