1/16/14

CGM Podcast Episode #59: He Still Gets Points

Listen to the episode here


Show Notes 

Life Update:

  • Christmas recap
  • A spoiled surprise, but DH still gets "points" for the thought and effort
  • Birthday Parties
F.O.'s and WIPs:
  • Modern Maples quilt top is done! Blogged about it in previous post.
  • Spiderweb quilt top is done! Pictures to come, probably when it's back from the longarm quilter.
  • Spectra scarf: pattern by Stephen West, yarn used by Dragonfly Fibers
Online Classes:

What I'm Watching and Listening To:
In the early 20th century, the average American medicine cabinet was a would-be poisoner's treasure chest, with radioactive radium, thallium, and morphine in everyday products. The pace of industrial innovation increased, but the scientific knowledge to detect and prevent crimes committed with these materials lagged behind until 1918. New York City's first scientifically trained medical examiner, Charles Norris, and his chief toxicologist, Alexander Gettler, turned forensic chemistry into a formidable science and set the standards for the rest of the country.
Classic Movie:


My Favorite Wife with Cary Grant and Irene Dunne

Book Review:

The Spirit Thief by Rachel Aaron

Thanks for listening!

CGM
 

8 comments:

  1. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00GMM19VY/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    THE POISONER HAND BOOK ... will be released on Feb 4, 2014 on Amazon ( pre order available) Got it based on your recommendation... looking forward to seeing it as I LOVE CSI type stuff.

    Lovely podcast ... but please post pics of some of your ON LINE CLASS ... WE would like to see what you are up to...

    TELL your hubby he gets BIG POINTS in MY BOOK .... my hubby would never think to get me message even if I gave him the advertisement, the phone number and drove him to the business to make sure he got it for the correct group. ... just saying ...

    Kisses to your girls ...

    Nonnie


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  3. I had to laugh when I was listening to you talk about Massage Envy - as I was driving to Massage Envy! I think your hubby still gets lots of points for following up on your hint.

    I CANNOT believe you had Season 4 of Downton Abbey available and didn't watch it all right away! Ack! And you're still not watching it all! Send it to me, please!?! The Anna situation is killing me. I have to know RIGHT NOW what happens between her and Bates and how he helps her heal.

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  5. I love Stephen West's patterns. I made a Daybreak shawl a while back and have had my eye on Metalouse -- that one's so pretty.

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  6. Hi Tanesha! Enjoyed the podcast. Thanks so much for the link to the Adventures in Arting podcast. I have a few others you might like, if you aren't already familiar with them. For knitting, I enjoy listening to The Knitmore Girls, by a mother-daughter team. Bonus...the mother loves quilting. Art-wise, I recommend the Artists Helping Artists podcast and Smart Creative Women. Sorry, I don't know how to insert links direct to the podcasts but they're easy enough to google.

    I'm trying to be intentional about art this year, too, but I'm such an awful procrastinator. I'm wondering if you have that problem as well? I want to improve my skills but keep finding other tasks to put first. Just today, I ironed seven of my husband's business shirts to avoid sitting down with a pencil! It's hard to get started, but such fun when I get caught up in the drawing or painting.

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  7. Tanesha, I liked what you said about the star ratings and how it is like a tip for a lovely listening experience. I need to do more of those.

    The class reviews were so helpful. One of my goals is to learn to draw a little bit this year. And Happy Birthday to - how can it be??? - 3 year old Maddy!

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