Etsy Conversations Podcast. I have been looking for a long time for a podcast like this one, and was excited when it popped up on my search a few weeks ago. After catching up on the three episodes that were already posted, I emailed the host, Angela Holden, to see if she wanted me to be a guest. Actually, I pitched myself as a "dude" since we are a bit harder to come by on etsy.
She was excited, and I was excited, so we "skyped" last week and laid down the tracks. It was really fun! I was excited to share my story. I wish I had mentioned all the things I had thought of saying (like how awesome the teams are I am involved in), but maybe I'll remember it all next time.
Anyway, the episode gets posted on Sunday (May 13). You can listen to it at the Etsy Conversations Podcast site, or you can subscribe to it in iTunes (or whatever other podcatchers you use (I like Downcast app on my iPod)).
OR, and this is what I REALLY want to mention, is you can join other like minded listeners on Sunday, May 13th, at 9 pm EST and listen to the episode and chat along. Yes, we are having a little "listening party". I have set up a Ustream feed that you can click on, and we will listen to the podcast together, and we can chat along in the chat box. I hope you can drop by and listen.
Free desktop streaming application by Ustream
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Mayday Underground Arts+Crafts show is now over for another season. I met so many great people at the show! I am working on a stamp for Dark Horse Coffee who are located in the Village Gate where the show was, also for Badfish Consulting, and a few others I am probably not at liberty to discuss just yet.
I also met an amazing man named Chet who gave me a loaf a bread. Yes, he was a complete stranger, and he gave me a loaf of bread. It is a very tasty loaf of white if you must know, and he made it himself, along with hundreds of loaves he makes each week. He gives them away. No, he doesn't fancy himself as Jesus, in fact, he told me he is a bit of an atheist. So if you want to learn more about this mystery man, check out Breadtime Stories.
Now that the dust has settled from the big show of the Spring, I am focusing on my etsy shop. Dick Beery of 3 Oaks Enhancements, and my wonderful father-in-law, has helped me ENORMOUSLY by helping me with photographing some of my stamps. I have been wanting to change the look of my pictures for some time, and he was kind to took at a bunch of ideas I had, then help get a good background, good light, and help me take some photos. I am very pleased with the direction this is going. Thanks so much Dick!