Some stranded hope, reflections of the third day of invasion

After two days of being in high alert as the in laws first refusing to leave their apartment and then refusing to leave the semi basement right in the center of Kiev with images of tanks coming in from Belarus we finally managed to somehow convince them to make the move out of Kiev south to their daughters house which is not near any military target. Now they have others to be with, a…

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#permaculture practitioner, teacher and designer, co-founder of #ecohackerfarm, writer, project manager and activist get in touch mail@aimeefenech.com

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Aimee Fenech

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#permaculture practitioner, teacher and designer, co-founder of #ecohackerfarm, writer, project manager and activist get in touch mail@aimeefenech.com

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