2/7/16

CGM Podcast #80: You're an adult, I'm an adult?

Listen to the episode here


Show Notes 

Life Update:

  • Life update
  • My word of the year: Focus!
WIPs and FOs:
  • Maddy's socks - blog post w/pics to come
    • Made from Knit Picks Felici yarn (discontinued).
  • Working on Holden shawl, pattern by Mindy Wilkes
    • using KnitCircus yarns in Opulence base, Fashion Week colorway
Listening to these podcasts:
Books:
  • Alive by Scott Sigler
  • Listen to Me by Kristen Proby
  • Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling
  • Stiletto by Daniel O'Malley (first book is The Rook)
  • Spark Joy by Marie Kondo
Thanks for listening!!

CGM

5 comments:

  1. Happy podcastiversary a bit late! Good job! Keep up the good work!

    Go sew something!!!

    Re: Samantha's socks: why not just make new socks?

    Thanks for the review of Alive! I thought you meant there was a re-write of that book from the 70s (?) by the same title about the plane crash in the Andes. I am curious to know if you read Mrs. Sinclair's suitcase and, if so, what you thought about it. I read it, but wasn't gripped. I kept stopping to listen to podcasts in the middle, which is very unusual. I read different Goodreads reviews and found them to be all over the place. What did you think?

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    1. Hi Jaye! Sorry for this very late response. I started Mrs. Sinclair's Suitcase but it was a DNF for me. Couldn't get into it, and if I feel a book could be done or has been done better by another author, I don't usually go on with it.

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  2. Hey there. It's been awhile since I listed in. Glad to know that life is unfolding and that we are all in the same path doing life,as we figure it out. Be well and I look forward to catching up again.

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  3. Hey there. It's been awhile since I listed in. Glad to know that life is unfolding and that we are all in the same path doing life,as we figure it out. Be well and I look forward to catching up again.

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  4. Re: episode 82: Wouldn't it be funny if you had to show what you did with the sock blanks before you could buy another? Not you, but other people -- THOSE people you were talking about. ;-)

    I'm with you on nonfiction. I don't read it much, but I like it to tell a story when I do. Or I like the author to hit me over the head with his/her points. My mind tends to drifts with lists of ingredients or statistics or citations.

    thanks for posting and for keeping us all in the loop. Good luck with the new job.

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