So, it’s British Egg Week. It seems only right that I honour it with an eggcellent blog post.
As part of the interview for Team v we had to take along an object that represented our passions and talk about why. I chose an egg box. No, I’m not yolking.
I had numerous reasons for this selection:
> As a farmer’s granddaughter, it represents family values and happy childhood memories on the farm.
> Eggs are always a key ingredient in baking, a scrummy skill and hobby passed down through the generations of my family.
> It symbolises my belief in people power when it comes to making social change – like if everyone buys free-range eggs, there will be a lot of happy hens.
> The egg box itself represents my love of creativity and crafts. Something so simple and everyday, with a dollop of glitter and a handful of pipe cleaners, could become a caterpillar or a spaceship within minutes. I love the idea of turning the ordinary into (yep, you guessed it) the eggstraordinary.
Team v leaders are like eggs – on our own we could be good, but mixed together with a bunch of eggstra ingredients we will combine to make something really spectacular.
And that’s why I’m thrilled to be a part of Team v.
You could say....I'm eggstatic :-)