Monday, December 15, 2008

#67 Away and back

We visited California last week looking at schools and homes, I loved San Diego, its so beautiful. I can't imagine moving away and I can't imagine staying there you have it. I talk all about it in this weeks show. Hey, I am so excited, I am going to TNNA in January to once again be in the Brown Sheep booth hawking my goods! Though my patterns are in about 40+ yarn shops all over the US (and one place in Canada and one place in London ) I am not well represented in the west so I am very very excited!

Have a listen to show #67 and say hello if you can, I would love to know that listener's really exist!

Knitty Winter 2008
Shalom Cardigan - Meghan Mc Farlane


noricum said...

Hello again! (Don't worry about few comments... I know that I listen to podcasts on the bus, and usually forget to comment by the time I'm in front of a computer. I'm sure you have tons of listeners!)

Was the Ponzi scheme that stole your money the one that even made news up here in Canada? That high-up guy in the stock market, who confessed to his family? Man, that *sucks*. (However you lose money sucks, but you'd think that someone that high up in the stock market world would be trustworthy...)

Meghan said...

Hey there, thanks for mentioning me and my pattern--and linking to me (which is how I found your great podcast!) It sounds like we're really on the same wavelength as far as dipping our toes into the pattern designing pool. Good luck with everything. It was also wonderful to hear a midwestern voice--I'm headed back home to Chicago for the holidays on Friday and am really looking forward to it! Best wishes, Meghan.

dnaprice said...

I really enjoyed the new music in your opening. Very relaxing. I loved hearing how your son helping out.
Take care

s said...

OK living in the temecula area, is fantastic. I have two growen children and they are great citizens good people and wonderful partners
Good luck on the idea of a move

Yvonne said...

Yes, listeners really exist (look at those downloads)! You are wonderful and you can't possibly have any idea the impact you have on your listeners--I can't tell you how much I identify with so much of what you talk about--or how much I laugh and cry during my listens. You keep me company and I. AM. LISTENING! :))