It’s December and it’s snowing and I am feeling totally unprepared for Christmas. None of these things are particularly unusual for me or I suspect for most people. The good news is, I did manage to launch the webstore for my new organic seed company, Nature’s Crossroads. It has been a lot of fun coming up with collections and kits based on the seeds we have in stock. Probably my favorite is the sunflower fort but we are also selling some really cool heirloom tomato seed-saving kits.
Will and I are plugging away on the house and our respective businesses. 2009 has been a good year but it felt very transitional. We’re looking forward to a little more stability in 2010.
There are also some cool green living events coming up in 2010 which I’ll post more about next week but just as a sneak preview, we recently signed up for the SIREN Energy Showdown where households try to become more energy efficient and win fabulous prizes. I’m also debating entering an outfit in the Trashion/Refashion Show which challenges designers to make new clothes out of either discarded items or old clothing items.
It’s events (and organizations) like these that remind me how much I enjoy living in Bloomington.