Growing Better Lives

Being in nature – cathartic and connected

We welcomed two visitors to the yurt today, Rebecca (an assistant psychologist) and Duke (adorable canine!). Started with a difficult check-in, sharing of pain, fear, worry and loss. Life did feel prickly like a rose bush, but it was good and safe to talk in our yurt.  

 Best part of the day? The cooking, the eating (lovely soups egg mayo and lemon drizzle cake!), outside sanding and painting our chairs  and
showing Rebecca
 around the site (with the obligatory go on the slide!).

Walking round the site reminds us of all it offers and grounds us in nature. So much veg ready to harvest – plan to include some of it in our harvest festival lunch! So many colours, different smells, so much beauty it was too much to take in all at once. Our inner child had a great time walking in tyres, hiding in the maze, going down the slide 😊



Like Duke we are all more relaxed and contented when we finished Greencare than when we began.

Greencare has done what Greencare always does and helped put us back onto the right pathway.