Posts from the ‘Podcasts’ Category

23
Jun

Did you forget about the chickens?

The Flit Flitter blog is still on hiatus, because Margaret is still in Mexico sorting out paperwork and catching up on writing, so the podcasts are still reruns. But if you never heard the one about the chicken farm in the city, now’s your chance. It’s a totally hot trend right now. Read moreRead more

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16
Jun

Did you ever hear the one about the clothing designer?

The Flit Flitter blog is on hiatus. Thus, the podcasts might be on lacuna for awhile, too, while I catch up on some work from the road trip thus far. Originally airing on March 3, 2011, join me for this rerun about friends I didn’t even know I had. The theme: board games & fashion. Read moreRead more

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10
Jun

A funny thing happened (on the way through Texas)

What could be better than a podcast full of outtakes? Well, surprise! That’s what I have in store for you this week.

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2
Jun

I’m not braggin’. I’m just SAYIN’…

It has been brought to my attention that I was supposed to make a slightly bigger deal of the fact that one of my photos made it onto The Atlantic magazine’s web site last month. And that my tweet thanking Conor Friedersdorf, the creator of this project, was weird.

Let’s back up then. I have a huge crush on The Atlantic. On any given day, I generally have about three or four tabs open with their articles pulled up, ready to read, and the problem, though I use that term loosely, is that as soon as I finish one piece, I see another one that I want to read, so I click on it and then notice that I’ve got something else to do, and so then I have to leave it for another time, hence the fact that I always have several articles waiting in my browser. It was on one of these binge sessions then that I saw something about “What America Looks Like” and I clicked on it and it was a lovely picture of Portland, Maine, and it was a street that I had been on myself, when I passed through there last fall, and so I was just gazing at it all nostalgically and remembering those crisp, New England days that I already missed so much, when I noticed the fine print under the photo’s caption. Read moreRead more

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26
May

High winds and fast waters

Part of the joy of this trip has been catching up with people who I have not seen in a very long time. In the case of my good friend, Ashley, we had not caught up in nine years, which is a long time for stuff to happen. In her case, she had met a nice fella, married him and settled down in New Orleans. That would all change almost as soon as it had started, though, and while the experience would shake their faith in well-laid, long-term plans, it would cement their belief in one another and in God. Read moreRead more

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19
May

Holy crap, I’m so lame

I promise you I was working all day to get this brand new podcast edited but then, somehow, I ran out of time. I really have no better excuse than that. Next week, I promise to have a new episode, because I almost had it today. In the meantime, it’s that old one about great friends who never go out of your life— which is totally appropriate, because the episode that I wanted to air today is another one of those. You’ll see. It’ll be totally worth waiting for. Read moreRead more

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