Redefining Beautiful

Beautiful Wildlife Garden

It’s so funny how things happen sometimes. When various aspects of the universe align to create something new, something exciting.

It started last week when Helen Yoest interviewed me for her Gardening with Confidence show on WebTalkRadio. We were talking about the beauty of wildlife in our gardens and how I wished we could help other people to see this beauty–to redefine beauty.

Two days ago Helen called me because she had an idea. Why not build a Facebook page where we could begin to have this conversation? We could bring together a group of people to help facilitate this discussion.

My answer: Why not? So we did. I built the Facebook page and got our new Twitter account up and running while we were on the phone. In 24 hours we had over 400 people who “liked” our page, and the conversation started with a bang.

People were showing off photos of their favorite wildlife in their gardens. We started talking about whether caterpillars really could be beautiful. But the fun thing is that these people are excited and eager to participate in this discussion.

So yesterday I called Helen and told her that with this overwhelming response, we needed to have a permanent home for this discussion, and by late last night I had built us a brand new website.

The 8 people we had invited to join us on this grand adventure had all said yes, and an amazing new team was born.

Remember what I said about alignment? Well it’s force was amazing over the past two days!

Please come and join the conversation. Tell us how you define the beauty of wildlife and the nature around you. We are eager to meet you!

Visit Beautiful Wildlife Garden, “like” our Facebook Page, and follow us on Twitter @WildlifeGarden.

What do you think?

Meet the team:

Helen Yoest

Carole Brown

Barbara Pintozzi

Chris McLaughlin

Kelly Senser

Kathy Green

Ellen Sousa

Lisa Gustavson

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  1. says

    Thank you Carole and Helen for letting me join your team! The 2 of you have been fantastic in getting the website, Facebook and following together so quickly. I can’t wait to start hearing everyone’s stories on wildlife in the garden! I know we can make a difference in peoples’ perception of beautiful gardens.
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  4. [...] You may recall that Beautiful Wildlife Garden came about after a discussion between Helen Yoest and I about how nice it would be if we could start a conversation that redefined beautiful. We hoped to help people begin to see that wildlife in the garden, and wildlife gardens themselves, really are beautiful. [...]

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  7. [...] You may recall that Beautiful Wildlife Garden came about after a discussion between Helen Yoest and I about how nice it would be if we could start a conversation that redefined beautiful. We hoped to help people begin to see that wildlife in the garden, and wildlife gardens themselves, really are beautiful. [...]

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