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Is it time to wake up & educate yourselves?

We did!

Kay & Sime
xx

Comments

Becky Bee said…
Oooh I like that! I think it could be time to try going Vegan again.
Molly said…
Excellent! There really isn't any excuse anymore- it's so easy to go vegan now, especially with all of the support you can find on the internet. My only regret is that I didn't do it sooner!
Catherine said…
A very powerful video indeed! Very good!
xo Catherine
Hi Becky - We're very happy that we did!

Go for it!

Kay :)
Thanks Molly - you're right!

Kay :)
Thanks Catherine - we think so too!

Kay :)
Thank you for following us too! :)
Kath said…
yep, that's what I'm working towards. Thanks for showing, it's a great film, simple and straight talking.
Thanks Kath - There are so many more people thinking about it now, it's great!

Kay :)
Anonymous said…
Hello from another Kay in Cornwall! I've just found your blog. My husband and I are not vegetarian or vegan, but your blog has sparked off some interesting conversation between us. As Christians, we believe that Adam and Eve were vegetarians, but as for us ....? I admire your principles and look forward to reading more on your blog. Who knows where this could lead us?
Kay (Camborne)
Mrs Thrifty said…
Brilliant - okay time to do that final bit - I am on board - thank you for sharng this xxx
Hello Kay - Thanks for your comment.

Kay :)
Thanks Mrs Thrifty - Glad you're going for it!

Kay :)

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