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Show notes for the podcast about fiber and farming.

A podcast with updates on projects that are Finished, Nearly Done, and Just Begun. Enabling Dust will be flung and garden and animal updates will be discussed. Occassional episodes are Field Trips to see the farm, garden and old farm house where this all takes place.


Saturday, February 23, 2013

Episode 35 - Field Trip: Combating Winter Blahs


Show notes available upon request.

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9 comments:

  1. Thanks for this midwinter "cheering up" episode. We all need a little help with that sometimes, don't we? And springtime sunshine is really just around the corner!

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  2. That was a lovely episode. You caught the essence of the feminine experience.

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  3. Great episode, dancing round really cheered me up!

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  4. Oh Joanna! You are a breath of fresh air!! Thank you for making me smile laugh and be thankful!

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  5. Best. Episode. Ever. You are genuine and down to earth and that shines through.

    Can't wait to meet you at the Knitting Pipeline Retreat.

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  6. This is the first episode I watched and loved it. It was recommended by The Knit Girllls. I too have the winter blah's and used a few of your tips to brighten my day. I loved the Mumford break!!!

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  7. I'm older than you, but I want to grow up to inspire others in the way you do, Joanna :) I well remember those grey, long Indiana winter days from my college years there... they do get oppressive. But hey - spring is on it's way and we're on the downward slope of winter! Thanks for making me laugh out loud. (Good work pod-crafting too!)-- Gretchen/ursulavesta in Wisconsin

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  8. Thank you all so much! Your kind notes mean so much to me and brightened my day.

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  9. I too came over to watch from the Knit Girlls. You really gave me a lift when I needed it. Wonderful tips and I loved the knitty/doggie dancing. I need to dance more! I'm not sure the cat was into it, but the dog really was! Blessings.

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