Once again on this day of love and overpriced flowers, it is I, of the gibberish jabber to start the New Year off with the latest delving of the Growing Zone. A few weeks ago on a very fresh evening, a group of us with some starry eyed children glanced and stared
into the moonlit skies of Pontefract at the Carlton Observatory. Here, we were shown all the meaning behind what we were looking at out there and we were reminded that we were seeing into the past. I have to say, the last time I saw something that shimmered so much, and with such sparkle, was one of Junes dresses at a Lion’s charter night.
Thank you to everybody involved.
a little, bit back to Christmas, where June along with other great volunteers was
with Father Christmas in his Grotto at Strikes.
They were certainly working overtime and certain peoples feet were
throbbing and so were other things. We won't talk about that.
Forward to the snowy conditions of a couple of weeks ago, and where most people made
our first GZ meeting of the year. It seems that we are doing okay but looking to
do even better. The calendars sold well and they were a worthwhile gift to give
TheExplorers activities and the Pyrography/Craft sessions are a couple of areas where
we expect to really shine this year. They are to create many things and with
their ideas and creativity we see ourselves going from strength to strength.
We would also like to send best wishes to June’s father who hasn't been too well and I would like to take this opportunity to step in here, and replace Alf and his generous supplies of goodies. I will be delivering any extra biscuits or tea bags which are 2 for the price of1 to the Growing Zone.
More and more people from different organizations want to the part of GZ, so we won't rest on our laurels because if you do it for too long, you get an itchy bottom.
We are looking forward this year to being part of the tree planting campaign and all
that is happening in this year’s Queen Diamond Jubilee. June is hoping to get invited to her party in exchange for a box of Growing Zone Organic vegetables.
Hopefully you have kept yourself safe from slipping and sliding into any injuries, plus
not freezing when standing still for too long. I'm always scared if a little bit of me may
snap off in the cold and bring tears of something to my face.
Happy Valentines to all connected with the Growing Zone.
Rambling Raconteur Nick.