Si Susan! I didn't have a chance to meet you at the Hunter Tree Fram build. However, it seems like we have a lot in common so I'm sure our paths will cross in the very near future! Thanks for your leadership!
The pleasure was mine. Last night's presentation was brilliant: informative, fun(ny) and inspirational. I do think Derek would be THE perfect speaker to a teen/high school audience because he is so good at engaging people's attention.
Sushi-making: An hour would be good. We would focus on simple sushi-making skills using cucumbers and other non-perishable items, in other words no raw fish.
-We would have the cooked rice already available to save time. (It takes about a good hour a=to cook it right.) -We would bring the ingredients and paraphernalia to make sushi rolls and stuffed tofu pouches (inari-zushi).
Well. We've had some great community film nights and good speakers. It's a very exciting process to be a part of.
Do you have any information on members in your area who are looking to barter goods or services for massage?
Hi, Susan: I haven't seen you since the event on 35th. Please advise me on a problem I have with a message I received supposedly through Sustainable Seattle. Someone named "Tina" sent me what sounds like a weird spam saying she liked what she read on my profile, wants to send me her photo so we can have a long term relationship. It was really weird and I have not responded. How do these things get into our group membership. I have misplaced your phone number and don't have a direct email for you. Anne Foster Angelou
I remember you and Joel from the old 'hood. I even did a site visit while you were adding on. I've seen Joel a few times at Shoreline CC. Sorry I can't make the fair this year. Would like to participate next year.
And thank you for your interest in clean, renewable, secure, reliable solar power.
I'd be happy to talk about growing and using medicinal herbs at the Sustainability Fest on the 21st. Do you want me to speak for 45 minutes to an hour? I can select 5 - 10 herbs and include some basic recipes for salves, infusions, etc. I am very excited about this group and the event. We recently bought a house on a double lot in Wedgewood and I look forward to growing plants and community in our new home.
ps, I wanted to tell you about an amazing herb sale going on during weekend's this month. It's at a beautiful herb garden I have interned at in Kirkland called Hermit's Grove. The plants there are phenomenal and the garden tour that comes with a visit will make your day. There are very few medicinal herbs that you can't find in Paul Beyerl's garden and he is the author of the Master Book of Herbalism (which came out in the '70's and is still in print) and many other books. For more information look up hermitsgrove.org.