We've had the BBC on site today, filming for a segment on frugal living for the regional current affairs programme Inside Out.
I got to have a chat with presenter Ray Gosling about being an ex-hippie, strawberries, the meaning of life, etc. etc. I also got to walk up my garden path and wash a cabbage about six times from different angles for the camera.
Fame at last? I don't think I'll be giving up the day job any time soon but it made for an an interesting afternoon. Apparently it takes six days of filming and editing to make an eight minute segment. So now you know. As Homer would say: "What a world we live in".
The Inside Out team: director Rob Whitehouse, presenter Ray Gosling, cameraman Darren.
Ray interviewing our Clare on her plot.
The programme goes out some time in the autumn.