Good day all!
They say that bloggers are an unusually shy group, given to bashfully expressing themselves anonymously through the written word to an unknown audience. I can't say that I break the mold in anyway. I am not much of a conversationalist in general and terrified of public speaking.
That said, I did something last night that dangerously extroverted and yet I live to tell the tale. I talked. And was recorded. And I didn't die.
(I bet you were hoping I was going to announce my winning the amateur stripper of the week title downtown or that I had performed a one woman one act play of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer's Mother. Sorry, not that risque. Next week maybe. These things need worked up to.)
I was honoured to talk last night with the very sweet and crafty Anne of GreenStitch podcast. Anne and I chatted about reconstructing clothing, Little Print Designs patterns, and dumpster diving. I haven't actually listened to the podcast yet because listening to my own voice makes me want to crawl outside of my own body, but The Man has listened and he says I don't sound like too much of a jerk.
Do you see why I love him?
If you would like to hear the melodious sounds of me not dying, please visit Anne of GreenStitch's podcast here and then check out her production notes here.
Thank you Anne for the honour and opportunity! It's brilliant how you are sharing so many green and creative ideas with your podcast and I'm excited to see where you go next!