Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Episode 17: Remember me? I'm back!!!!

Hello!!! I've missed you so much!!!!

I had GREAT difficulty uploading this to blip and therefore itunes. So, hopefully you will find me here and on youtube. I hope you enjoy! :) :) :)


Meliabella said...

Welcome back, welcome back, welcome back!!!! So very wonderful to see your beautiful face again! You look amazing and I am glad you're doing better. I am totally in for lists. Let's do this! Miss you!

Jill Nault said...

what a great episode! So worth the wait! I love love love all your yarn purchases! I also think a challenge thread is a great idea! I'll definitely be joining you! Can't wait till the next podcast. :)

Susan B. Anderson said...

Suzanne, I can't tell you how much I've missed you! It is so good to "see" you and hear your lovely voice. I love your podcast and whenever you are able to post an episode is a huge treat. Thank you.

I love all of your findings and patterns. I have to admit I got teary eyed when I saw your mom open her shawl. She is gorgeous and the shawl is, too. Thank you for sharing that.

Your babies are getting big! You all look great. You look soooooo good and healthy.

xoxo, susie

Sheila said...

It is so good to see you back again. Great episode and hope to see you in a month. Socks are so addicting watch out.

Nickycarp said...

Wonderful Suzanne! So glad you are back! Loved everything and can't wait to see you again at Rhinebeck!!! XXOO

Anonymous said...

Love it, Suzanne, and can't wait to see you, and find out what all the fuss is about at Rhinebeck!

Rae Lynne said...

You know how you say hello at the beginning of every podcast (love that btw...)? Well, X came over and said hello back to you and was trying to chat. :). It was very cute! (he skypes with my sister in CO quite often.)

Wonderful episode full of lovely yarn. I like the finish it/frog it and challenge threads- what a great idea to work through some knitting for the year. :)

Anonymous said...

its so great to see you again Suzanne. thank you for making the time

Miss Julep said...

I really enjoyed this podcast and have missed you as well. LOVE all of your yarn & bag acquisitins and must admit to feeling your pain about a good night's sleep and other things associated with young motherhoood, even though my babies are now in mid 20's. Will anxiously await future podcasts, even if they are once a month or every other month or so on. Enjoy these days.

woolybnits said...

Being a mommy is tiring, try regrouping while your little ones reenergize....that's the only way I made it through the first year! Naps are good! So sorry about your dog. They give such unconditional love, I'm sure your dog felt he had the best forever home ever.
Thank you for podcasting. I missed you. Whenever you are able to podcast will be well received, no pressure. Happy New Year!

Anonymous said...

Feel your pain with non-sleeping babies. My youngest was that way til month 8 but now at almost three he is a pro! Just found you and really enjoyed watching. :)

Enid said...

ditto all the above Suzannexxx

Mary Beth said...

Welcome back!! It is so nice to have your podcast to look forward to again. You look wonderful and I'm glad to hear things are better for you all. The way you talk about Rhinebeck and all the lovely people there makes it truly sound like Christmas!!! Looking forward to more from you!!!

Stefanie said...

You are so cute! I like your lil' giggle.
That is a freakin' cool book, yo! Love how your ohana is so in-tune to Mommy's interests!
I like that whole ask their permission to pet their fiber garments thing.
OMGOsh, you are so funny - the hair on your chest thing.
OMGosh, how does time fly by so dang fast? 8 months.
Love the courtesy of your ohana; the stomach flu is horrendous. We've had to get the carpets cleaned a few time.
I like how you pick such vibrant colors. 270 yards for $12? Da-ang! That will be such a fun bolero w/those three colors.
I love how you shop! Such cute project bags to tote around.