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At 19:27 on February 25, 2012, Scarlett said…

Hi Donna

I hope all is well with you and yours

Scarlett

At 17:21 on November 13, 2011, Scarlett said…

Hey Donna, did the post arrive yet?

Scarlett

At 14:15 on November 1, 2011, ness said…
thanks for the welcome!
At 15:13 on October 5, 2011, Scarlett said…

Fixed - don't know what that was all about!

cheers SJP

At 9:32 on October 4, 2011, Scarlett said…

Hi Donna

Are you able to approve photos and members at the moment? I can't. Am wondering if Ning is broken or if it's something wrong with my account :(

cheers SJP

At 19:04 on September 24, 2011, Florence said…

Hi Donna, I've uploaded it on my Google document, and shared it to the BSS iinet account.  Do you have a gmail account?



At 6:57 on September 10, 2011, Lissa said…

Morning Donna.

Yeah, not seeing how they farm the quails is a big disappointment. I don't think Joseph realised we couldn't do that when he organised the visit. Will go one day with the Elaines though to pick up some meat and eggs and visit the markets as well.

Hope this rotten wind dies down today - it's my least favourite weather.

Take care

Lissa

At 20:18 on June 9, 2011, Michelle Mohammad said…

Thanks for the welcome Donna.

 

Although Im miles away at the moment, I am really looking forwad to getting back home and getting my fingers dirty again.  Being in the UK has taught me so much about a different way of life, much of which is completely different to our sub tropical climate, but I know there are things I can take home and put to good use.  If nothing else, its giving me a renewed zest for my desire to grow my own produce, cook and enjoy the simple things in life.

 

And I cant wait to get my girls (4 chooks) back when I get home.

 

I am looking forward to using your site as a wonderful knowledge tool - so happy I found it!

 

Michelle

At 16:35 on May 31, 2011, Marilena Stanton said…

Hi Donna

 

Would Brisbane Seedsavers be interested in a spot at the Hillbrook Sustainability Day event?  I have been trying unsuccessfully to contact you throught the Seedsavers website.  We have many stalls coming on th day promoting 'grow your own food" in the Green Car Park and would love seedsaving to be showcased as well.  Sophie Munns will be having her "Homage to the Seed Project" stall promoting her seed message. LMK if you are free this Sat from 10am - 4pm or part thereof?

 

Regards

Marilena Stanton

Event Coordinator 0404 010 475

At 9:26 on May 27, 2011, Florence said…
Hi Donna, I am sorry about your chicken's disappearance yesterday.  Hope she's found now?
At 5:07 on May 10, 2011, Lissa said…

Ah, you and Scarlett are two good girls lol. I've put up with the gluten allergy for so long that I can hardly imagine life without it. Would be lovely/incredible to think our Australian scientists can actually achieve something like this.

The sceptic in me thinks the media is over rating what has been achieved so far. The Coeliac Society put this research (desensitising) to us some time back more as a way to avoid being contaminated on the odd occasion where we get exposed to gluten, not as a "remedy". Would be wonderful to think that it is a remedy.

At 19:09 on May 6, 2011, Lissa said…

Hi Donna. I suspect you're not receiving PM at the moment - I've sent two and had no response so far.

Do you want me to bring your Babacos to Indigiscapes tomorrow? I may not be coming to the next seed savers as the herb show is on the same day.

Let me know what you would like done please.

Regards

Lissa

At 12:33 on April 25, 2011, Scarlett said…

hey D, you're back

hope you enjoyed the hols :)

SJP

At 7:37 on April 21, 2011, Jodie Miller said…
Thanks for the warm welcome, Donna.
At 11:57 on March 28, 2011, gabrielle austerberry said…
there is a spammer on the forum. Just got an email from precious in the UK
At 6:51 on March 13, 2011, Lissa said…

Can you check your bneseed emails please.

At 12:35 on December 14, 2010, Scarlett said…
Driving to country today - house hunting . All very strange!
At 20:50 on December 11, 2010, Scarlett said…

wish I could come tomorrow - but have made it to Melbourne! have a good time and happy festive season to you

At 19:27 on December 7, 2010, gabrielle austerberry said…
Thanks for the welcome Donna. I actually have been on here for ages, I was in the first 16 to 20 that subscribed and I can see my own old profile but I can't access it because there is no email or password that will work on it. If you are moderating, feel free to remove it.
It has been a struggle and in the end I gave up and created this new one.
Good to be actively back again. Gabrielle
At 16:07 on November 30, 2010, Scarlett said…
oh it's a nightmare - the old template has been removed, so I had to recreate everything from scratch - arg. why didn't i hit preview? stupid! actually, this was not what i was planning to do today...*sigh*

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