January 22, 2011


A ghost made me totally redo this podcast

I got up at 5 a.m. to finish this podcast, because I am doing an overnight visit today in Atlanta, so I was hoping to be on the road, like right this minute. I was nearly finished with all the editing and ready to start packing, when I noticed that most of the first half of the podcast was missing. I don’t know what happened but the basement also happened to start flooding at the same time and that’s where my unofficial studio is (we call it the Girl Cave), so I could only surmise that a ghost did all of it: erased my podcast and made the basement flood. My proof is that when I went upstairs for something and came back down again, my Internet cable had been a little bit tampered with and I am so totally sure that I did not touch it.

Anyhow. I’m late. I should be on the road by now, so I don’t have time to debate this. I don’t even have time to put up any photos, which I am remorseful about, so here you have it: the second Flit Flitter podcast, plain and simple. If you missed the first one, it’s here.

And if you’re reading this post on the FeedBurner e-mail, you will have to click on the link and join us at the actual FlitFlitter website to download the audio file. I’m sorry. The files are too big to be supported in the e-mail format. I will keep looking into it to see if I can fix that but in the meantime, it’s here, waiting for you.

UPDATE: I have since edited the original podcast to feature “podsafe” music, which means the artists have the right to the songs and I will not get in trouble for using music without paying royalties— not that that happened. I just wanted to make sure it didn’t.

9 Comments Post a comment
  1. Jan 22 2011

    i love your new adventure into podcasting! my husband heard me listening and thought i was tuned into NPR! you have a great voice.

    • Jan 23 2011

      Thanks for listening! And the NPR compliment kind of made my day. I am having fun making them and I hope to only improve.

  2. Pep
    Jan 23 2011

    This Margaret Goerig, NPR, from Twin citties.
    It sounds really good! 🙂

    • Jan 24 2011

      Twin Cities??? Thank God not. I couldn’t handle -46 degrees. Or thereabouts. : )

  3. AR
    Jan 24 2011

    Love it! The music fits so well and the narration wonderful! Can you make a podcast every day?? hehe

    • Jan 24 2011

      Thank you, enthusiastic fan. I’m trying for one a week : )

  4. Stephanie Cheatley
    Jan 25 2011

    You really should have your own radio show, CBC all the way!


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