Hilarious! Delightfully up to date, Roseanne is someone who gets it and is just on time.
After stumbling upon her show on Lifetime a couple weeks ago my partner and I have found the show so funny and intriguing that we had to look for the past episodes. (I hope Lifetime repeats 1 and 2) So who are the nuts the people that get it, or the people that don't get it? Maybe they are just the macadamias. I would say it is refreshing to finally have someone on mainstream television (other than Ed Begley) who gets it.
Roseanne is on a mission. She has been living with her partner, her son, friends and hands on her 40 acre farm on the beautiful Big Island of Hawaii. She is growing macadamia nuts, vegetables of all kinds and raising animals. She is one of the many thousands today who are experimenting with sustainable responsible living the old fashioned way, the right way. Like many of us in these troubled times she is acutely aware of the problems facing us, particularly our ability to feed ourselves with good, non toxic, non genetically engineered, non-health-damaging wholesome food and to stop trashing the ecosystem which we survive upon.
She isn't just feeding herself. She is also giving away her surpluses to the people in her community. She knows in time we are going to require more and more community to thrive.
I never used to be a fan of Roseanne in the past (20 years ago) but now I am loving the person she has become: conscientious and striving to be better. She was always known to create a lot of controversy and despite religious fanatics I don't think there is anyone who can't be a little curious about what she is up to with her friends and family on her farm in Hawaii.
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