Monday, August 22, 2011

listen to this...

And then listen to the archives...they are so wonderful and encouraging. I'm so happy to know about such an uplifting resource...and even happier to be a part of it. 

Hope you enjoy listening to my interview...listen closely and you'll hear my grumpy little boy waking from his nap!


Jennifer Hepler said...

I can't wait to give a listen! Do you still receive mail at your inspire co. addy?


Alice said...


I'm glad you are safe and sound. I just arrived at your blog from Deryn Mentock's blog!


Swirly Designs said...

Just listen to your podcast nice job. We are going to start working on some new project ideas to submit to your magazine again.

Lianne & Paul
Swirly Designs

Hart said...

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