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Nov 28 2009

episode 94: “After the big To-Do”

Published by Meghan at 3:28 pm under Babble,cooking,Crochet,knitting,Podcast Episode,Spinning

episode 94: “After the big To-Do”

November’s podcast incentive!
One person will be drawn and can choose either a Garden Apron or a Grow Your Own Soup Kit from Made By Loumms:

garden apron

garden apron

Grow Your Own Soup Kit

Grow Your Own Soup Kit

a second name will be drawn and will win an handmade oak swift by Hornshaw Woodworks

handmade oak swift

handmade oak swift

Basement bikingBiking again
-Basement progress, new light, curtains, and the big thanksgiving push

-Tumblebugs take 2 and cut!
-I love Garbage

-Decision for gifts

Fibery goodness:
-Owls reborn
-#77 Vine Lace Top Down Cardigan
-Planning Owens cardi, based on the cobblestone
-Swedish hearts for christmas
Swedish heart
-Spinning red mother fiber from Bundaflicka aka Maggie’s Farm
Bundaflicka mother fiber
-long draw and watching Drafting: The Long and the Short of it

Favorite thing:
Hersheys holiday dark chocolate mint truffle

2 responses so far

2 Responses to “episode 94: “After the big To-Do””

  1. Susanon 02 Dec 2009 at 11:56 am

    I hate to tell you but as the mother of 3, Little Man is probably at the age where he will give up naps. It happens to all of us at some point. :-))

  2. Sarah Dotyon 05 Dec 2009 at 2:27 pm

    Just listened to your podcast. I love your laugh. It makes me feel happy. I could not hear the little man noises you kept laughing about. I remember when my son was young he stopped napping at 3 years old. I wasn’t happy and the teachers at school were REALLY unhappy. He wanted to be busy and they wanted him to lay down. As a teacher, I’m sorry you had a bad experience with the gym. teacher. I have done the same thing. We are so used to parents not knowing they need to let their children grow up that sometimes we jump to that thought rather than listening carefully enough. Sounds like you did the right thing. Parents do have to be their child’s advocate. I look forward to your next podcast. Have a great holiday time.
    Sarah in Houston