[permaculture] Introducing permaculture-studying homebirth-midwife
ninarinkes at hotmail.com
Wed Mar 5 15:20:09 EST 2008
Thanks a lot for your mail!
I'd be interested in visiting you, if you would like to have us. May I ask what your place is like? Is it a farm? With animals as well? And how long do people usually stay when they visit you?
The earliest date we could come is around 21st of June. That's when I am planning to finish my work here in London. We could stay about 3 weeks as we'll be attending a series of natural building workshops in Poland from mid-July to mid-August. How does that sound to you? Alternatively we could come later on, from end of August.
My French is admittedly pretty bad and my son does not speak any at all. But we can always try!
What Cloé does sounds very interesting. I'm sure we'd have lots of things to talk about!
My regards to her and your whole family.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
> Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 15:06:13 +0100
> From: steveread at free.fr
> To: permaculture at lists.ibiblio.org
> Subject: [permaculture] Introducing permaculture-studying homebirth-midwife
> Hallo Nina,
> Good to hear from you.
> There is the forthcoming design course at Dharmahouse www.thedharmahouse.com and
> I imagine there are quite a few you'll find on the Brit Perm website.
> You would be very welcome here should Brittany, near Morlaix be of interest, we
> reguarly have people here, accomodation, open house, shared meals and plenty to
> do. The household is, at least, bi-lingual Fr/Eng and we have 3 children, 13,
> 11, 7.
> Cloé is an Alexander Technique teacher and she specialises in lessons for
> pregnant women, she is alos a qualified Doula.
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