42: The Last of the Regionalists…Vive la Revolution!

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  • Heather
  • Short Stories
  • February 16, 2007

Episode Notes

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shout out to SyrenMuse who sent me the link to the Little House on the Praire DVD! Who knew! ABC was such a punk when I asked them nicely if they’d be releasing it. I had no idea they listened to me! Maybe your library will have it…

This week we end with our American Regional writers, Sarah Orne Jewett, 1849-1909,
 though we won’t be listening to her best-known book, The Country of the Pointed Firs. Instead we’ll hear her short story, “The White Heron” written in 1886-ish.

And thanks too, to WingLake who sent this explanatory article, and this amazingly cool site that I’ve signed up for! I think I’ll be leaving some wrist warmers and water colors at undisclosed locations around the Old Pueblo. You?

Rhinebeck Plans…it’s never too early to make a date with fiber. And it’s never too late to save a little bit of your own personal environment (not to mention cash…which you can then spend on fiber…).

Next week we’ll start our new novel
(drum roll…how appropriate!)
A Tale of Two Cities.

With apologies to Mr. Piccone (my freshman year English teacher).

knitting font (and amazing celtic knot weaving pattern to boot!), another knitting font (can you ever really have too many?), a phenomenal You Tube addition, and a reminder to read Spindlicity (hey Janel!)

HELLO!

I’m Heather Ordover
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