It’s that time of year again – Scots around the world will be tucking into their traditional Burns Supper of Haggis, Neeps and Tatties (and maybe a wee thochty of whisky too!)
Fizzy has been busy recording her own Burns recitation which we’ll post on here tomorrow but I will be busy too!
Tomorrow I’m going to be visiting both of the Hill of Banchory Nurseries to tell the tale of Timrous the Mouse and sing a wee song or two and on Friday I’m going along to the RGU Go Green Cafe to do a “turn.” The cafe follows the Zero Waste concept and provides free food from food that would otherwise be thrown away.
I’ve always been environmentally minded (my favourite book as a child was The Lorax) and enjoy telling stories that make us aware of our environment and how precious it is. I studied Environmental Chemistry at university which prepared me for my work in the oil industry as an analytical chemist. Now I’ve left that life behind to explore my favourite things – stories, songs, puppets, arts, face painting and the warmth and well being that come with sharing them 🙂