42–Last of the Regionals–Vive la Revolution
A 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.
A 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!)
Book talk begins at 18:33. Listen to 42 audio.