Then, Life came knocking on our door. My spouse answered.
Sometimes, it seems like Life is trying to give you a hint and when you don't listen, it shows up on your doorstep anyway. No good thought goes unpunished, I guess and, yes, and I had been curious about composting with worms. Now I'd better get very curious, fast.
It turns out I wasn't the only person in my neighborhood who was interested in worm composting. Now, due to a very sad family situation, that person, a long time neighbor, is moving.
She wanted to give us her worm composter bin.
How could we say no?
|Our Neighbor's Worm Composting Bin-Now Ours|
|Inside of the Worm Bin|
Several months ago, I wrote a post about meeting someone who has had a worm composter in his office for years....
I am scrambling to find out what to do with this bin. I think one of us is still going to go to the class. At the very least, we have some lovingly made compost we can use. At the class, we will get a homemade bin (maybe don't need that but would it hurt to have two) and we would get bedding and the worms. But we should try to keep the current bin alive, at least until the class on October 16. The class is that night.
Any ideas? We've been entrusted with this, and don't want to disappoint, at this difficult time of my neighbor's life.