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Jun 18 2008

Episode 27: “I Stayed on the 13th Floor”

Published by Meghan at 9:55 pm under Babble,Bob,knitting,Podcast Episode,Spinning

Episode 27: I stayed on the 13th Floor

-Survived Minneapolis!
-Traveling with needles was a success!!
-Forgotten sock pattern & ordered Melly’s Cousin Bag pattern from She Knits

-Shrug is still on the needles. Loads of squares were knit for little man’s barn raising quilt
-My take on Minneapolis…beautiful and clean!
-Foiled meet up with LJWT and Jillknits. so bummed… :(
-My Uncle Tony
-My Single Servicing Friends
-My room on the 13th floor

-Little man bounces to the door
-My new career choice. Life first, work just pays the bills
-Carson City, Nevada here i come!
-Little man talks and LOVES cars
-Bob update

-Meghan vs Merino Tencel….is it the fiber? or the method? or the weight yarn?
-Thinking of another wheel…no longer a possibility
-Weather & wood
-i heart spin-off…my current forbidden fruit!

My Favorite Thing:
my bed! :)

4 responses so far

4 Responses to “Episode 27: “I Stayed on the 13th Floor””

  1. AshleyJon 19 Jun 2008 at 7:40 am

    First, I love the podcast.

    When you asked about 13th floor phobia, I searched wikipedia. Here’s the page (kinda interesting):

    And congrats about the new job!

  2. Laurenon 20 Jun 2008 at 5:11 pm

    We are home!!! I’m so glad we’re done being evacuated. But you should know I listened to this ep while a FLOOD VICTIM! Oooo!

    I’m so thrilled about your job. I can’t wait to hear all about it.

    I’m sorry about Bob. He’s such a great dude.


  3. Wandaon 23 Jun 2008 at 2:25 pm

    Congratulations on the job! I started listening to your podcasts when I had to travel for my job. I never get as much knitting done as I plan because I’m usually exhausted. The 13th floor phenomena is interesting, and I don’t think I’ve ever stayed in a hotel with a 13th floor.

    Glad you mentioned the bed. We’re thinking we need a new one, so we’ll check out Sam’s. When the bed in the RV is more comfortable than the one in the house, you know you need to go shopping. Just wanted to tell you try try the fleece sheets. I bought some a couple of years ago at Linens and Things. My husband just loves them! Weirdly enough, they are actually cool in the summer as well as warm in the winter.

    I’m shopping the online sites now for an extra set to keep in the RV.

  4. Carie Lynnon 27 Jun 2008 at 10:18 am

    The low, sexy, cold-induced voice reminded me of the episode of Friends where Phoebe had a cold that made her singing voice very shexay, so she did all she could to keep her cold.

    BTW, I think it’s wonderful for you to have found the career that will allow you to spend as much time with The Little Man as possible. It sounds like you are doing the right thing for yourself and your family, and that is what matters most. We have made the same decision here (me working from home for less money than I would make working outside of the house), and, while we have had some tight times (like right now), it’s worth it that we have time together as a family. You’re such a great mom!