You may ask yourself: well… how did I get here?
Some times, when I sit back and take stock, I just have to wonder. How did we end up in this hundred year old villa, in a decile-one neighborhood, on the shores of a tiny island in the pacific? Is this my beautiful house? Is this my beautiful wife… err, husband? And where is that large automobile anyway?
A bus pass and folding bike will have to suffice for now.
Here we are at the start of another huge leap of faith. Having just married, we grew out of the shotgun shack-truck and have found ourselves a bit further down the west coast of lovely Aotearoa. Whanganui will be our home for the near future as we embark on a project in building community, building awareness, and re-building a house.
This project is about the process as much as it is about the final product. While we aim to end up with a beautiful, warm home that has benefited from an eco-thrifty renovation, we also aim to explore the junction of where our ideas of eco and thrifty meet the council’s ideas on safety codes and inspections. We aim to learn heaps, and pass that knowledge onto others as we dispel the myths of consumption-based green marketing campaigns and prove that you don’t need to be rich to be green. Eco-thrifty is indeed a possibility.
Once in a lifetime…
Letting the days go by…
2 thoughts on “David Byrne: Time traveller and Biographer?”
Hey there you guys, love that song and we'll be watching closely!! See ya soon!
P, B & S
“Consumption-based green marketing campaigns” – yep – I think that's why I didn't renew our subscription to GOOD.