42–Last of the Regionals–Vive la Revolution

Heather

Mother, knitter, spinner, writer, wife, weaver, host...not necessarily in that order...

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  1. T2 says:

    I just referenced this post on my new blog about walking and wanted to let you know.  The blog can be found at http://www.everonward.typepad.com 

    The first time I listened to this episode I was taking a day trip up the coast of MA.  When I stopped for lunch at Woodman’s, a famous local seafood place, there was a white heron in the marsh behind the restaurant.  How perfect is that?

  2. Becky in Canal Winchester says:

    Great UTube link. Tit for tat. Here are some I saw this week. A Lego Knitting Machine – http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=portugese+knitting

    And Portugese knitting – the kind with the yarn around the neck – http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=portugese+knitting

  3. SyrenMuse says:

    You’re very welcome!

  4. Laura says:

    I’ve been listening to your podcast for a while, and this is my first comment. So, “Hi! Nice to meet you.”

    I am commenting because you said you didn’t care for the reader’s voice for the story. I have to agree. I almost didn’t finish the story, as short as it was, because of the way she read it. I cannot imagine that is how she sounds in everyday speaking, and just can’t get around what I perceive as affectation because she’s reading a book out loud.

    I listen to a lot of audiobooks, and recently, found a new series that is read by the same narrator for another series I love. The psychology of voice is an interesting thing in relation to audiobooks and characters. For instance, I find myself more willing to accept the protagonist of the second series, because somewhere inside of me, it’s the same person as the first series.

    Just something to think about. 🙂

  5. utilly says:

    Mmmm… found art, my favourite. Have you seen this? http://belltown.typepad.com/belltown_bent/2007/02/paternity_to_be.html
    Too cute…