they're back

and its not even march....

tv

what with all the terrifying predictions of climate change havoc and the acceleration of forces larger than our comprehension as the decades roll bey, maybe its not surprising that otter farm seems to have caught the imagination...good news climate change stories are few and far between

and since last summer we've had a good few tv production companies getting in touch, sounding us out about ideas - it seems everyone's trying to crack the climate change angle for tv, and if it can be wrapped up with the whole 'environment' thing without the usual preachy stance then we're on to a winner



some have been more serious than others, some more professional than others, and some most definitely more lovely to be around than others...three are still interested and thinking hard about how, if and where it might go

skating around the edge of and dipping into the tv world is a little weird, but mostly huge fun....and when i asked a friend very much in the business for a little advice about the position we're in, he told me that the problem with creatives is that most of them think they're on the look out for the next big thing, but in reality are looking for the last big thing

so just in case any new production companies are wondering about calling and want to know a little more... i live in padstow, have a black flat top, dont mind wearing tight tops that show off my expansive chesticles, swear like a f&*%^4r, support norwich city, source all my food from the east devon bus map, can outrun a rarebreed pig in the rain and mud, and i knock up a pretty mean placenta casserole which i'm convinced should be on the menu across the country's schools....

branching out

marking the start of the organic cutting garden, the first narcissi (used to be daffs until i had to pretend to know what i was on about)



every winter i cannot make the link between what im planting, sowing and propagating and the growth pushing through in spring and summer...ridiculous as it might seem, im genuinely amazed every time spring kicks in and something appears

the multiheaded avalanche, about to unzip

sigourney

we might have trouble getting sigourney to sign up to this one.....

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