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Monday, January 30, 2012

CTV Morning Live and other tidbits...

I'm sorry I've been a bit slack the past week.. Feb is going to be a crazy month for me and I'm working hard to make sure I'm prepared for it! Plus, with 'the book' now released, I've been busy with some media appearances. Coming up tomorrow (or Wed) morning, I'll be on CBC Information Morning talking about winter gardening with the lovely Margot Brunelle. I'll let you know when I have the date confirmation on that and will also post the online link after it airs.

Today, CTV Morning Live is coming over to tour our winter garden. Too bad there's no snow, but at least it's frosty outside! I'm not sure when that clip will air on tv, but will also post the info when I have it.

For now, you can also follow me on twitter at @NikiJabbour, but I promise a 'real' blog post soon.. and, if you want to check out  my upcoming events, please visit www.nikijabbour.com I'll be at the Keshen Goodman Library in Halifax Wed Feb 1st at 7 pm for a talk on Year Round Vegetable Gardening and then the book launch is this Sat, Feb 4th from 2 to 4 pm at Halifax Seed! Can't wait.. :)

UPDATE - Ok, the lovely Heidi Petracek from CTV Morning Live has just left after filming in the garden for the past 45 minutes.. The segment will air on Wednesday Feb 1st at 8:15 am on CTV television.

3 comments:

  1. Well if Heidi could have just held off till tomorrow morning...what a beautiful snowfall tonight. Dangerous on the highway, but beautiful in the garden.

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  2. Your book is with me in Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. I am enjoying it a LOT. Thank you for writing it!! I am going to be a year round gardener. Thanks to Brenda for telling me about you.

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  3. Ah Bren.. we have the same thought! Too bad, but it was still wintery and frosty up there when they were filming.. :)

    Erin - wow, Hawaii! thanks so much! Best of luck in your year round garden.. I'm rather jealous, sounds like a paradise! :)

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