Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Episode Seventy-seven: Just Breathe...

You can thank (blame?) Dawn for this.

A spinning wheel too far.

The song I've been living by lately ("Just Breathe (2am)" by Anna Nalik). Perhaps you should download a copy too, from iTunes (to make up for me using the song on the 'Cast...)?

A competition you should take part in so you can be featured like my bud Lyn.

Some amazing tapestry sites to look at: Barbara Heller's (look at Gallery One and see the 9/11 tapestry and the Afghani woman...yeesh! Tapestry never looked so amazing to me before!); American Tapestry Alliance; Desert Tapestry Weavers--our local hookup; Selvedge a textile mag;
Textile the British textile mag; awesome tapestry looms (to buy!).

Chapters 1-2.

Friday, November 16, 2007

Health Update

So it looks like podcasting will be sporadic for a few weeks yet. I'm so sorry about this! I'd wanted to host an interview today and fell asleep. They've got me on Prednisone for the (infernal) asthma. Yes, it's post-9/11 lung fun. Yes, it should get better. No, Prednisone does not like me. But it does seem to like my lungs...or my lungs like it. I'm breathing better but I'm feeling very VERY vague.

The DH prefers vague to hacking up a lung. I think I'm with him on that.

My goal is to record this weekend. As always, though, I'll keep you posted.

While you're waiting, take a look at www.DVzine.org. OH! and I'm waaaay behind, but I've hit 10,000 words on my NaNoWriMo novel.

Off to rest again.

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Episode Seventy-six: Back in the Saddle

Well, I'm not 100% but I can talk for chunks of time now so that's a step in the right direction.

Kaylea of Chicago is our new Charm Winner for the Month of October. Debbie Brunner is the dyer responsible for these spectacular socks,

and there was something else to put up here but I cannot for the life of me remember what it was.

Still mushy in the brain.

Come see me on Facebook. I made a little group for us there and am trying to get a podcast player onto the apps page.