In Which I Ask for Input

As you all may know there will be a time shortly when I probably won’t feel like recording a regular podcast, but rather than leave you all hanging for that week, I thought I could pre-record some stories for you all to hold you over that week.  I’ve posted a poll over there on the right where you can vote the stories you most want to hear. I’m thinking it’ll be 3 stories for the episode, so I’ll take the top 3 vote winners and go ahead and record it so it’s ready to drop when the time comes.

Feel free to vote for as many stories as you want, or if you have another question you’d like to ask, or a story you’d like to hear, leave it in the comments here. I promise that I will not tell gross things in the stories (important to say in the face of the story of my kids’ birth – there is lots of funny stuff that happened without gross stuff). And also, the frog/mouse double-header might have some NSFW language if it’s an accurate retelling.

7 Replies to “In Which I Ask for Input”

  1. Hi Pam, listened to your podcast last night and I am so sorry to hear the news about Zapper and Zoom. My thoughts will be with you. Congratulations on surviving the summer and I hope your children are assigned a teacher they will enjoy.


  2. This is a great idea… not just because I selfishly want to have a steady stream of quilty geekiness to listen to, but I think it will be a good distraction for you, too. When I started listening to your latest podcast, I wanted to reach through my iPod and give you a big hug when you were talking about the helpers. So, big virtual hug, and I’m pulling for the Death Rodent on Wheels. 🙂

  3. Pam … Life throws some curve balls. You have experienced a number in recent weeks. I listen regularly but rarely comment. The quilty podcasters are an important part of my life. Zapper and Zoom are more than just cats … they tell us during the podcasts. Loving deeply is part of the human condition – at least for some of us.
    Thank you for sharing so much of your life with us. Thinking of you as you move through the current challenges.

  4. I have been thinking of you alot since I heard the news about your cats. I too love my animals more than most people with the exception of kids and family members maybe. anyway, I can just imagine how hard this is on you – it’s one thing to have a loved one pass away but know it ahead of time and watch that loved one decline is just beyond words. At least you know you have given both those cats the best life and fun, so much more than most cats get – they are both very lucky kitties and it’s just time for them to go and another kitty to have the wonderful life that you give any animal in your home. So spoil those kitties until it’s time to say good bye and there are lots of people out here in cyberland that are thinking and even a little praying going on to make this the easiest transition possible. As for the podcast – anyone who is a listener certainly understands and I think we can survive with out a new podcast for awhile. and by the way, the one with your mom was fantastic – I really liked her and you together – I can see where you get your sense of humor.

  5. I have been thinking about you and the Helper cats. I sense their ghost souls will hover around your sewing machine and computer and you will still have to tell us a cat butt is interfering with your ‘P’ key. 😉

    I absolutely cannot believe you would not have any quilty goodness you feel like sharing. Not gonna happen. Would like to hear you talk about your Star Wars obsession.

  6. Big hug, Pam. Zoom and Zapper have been wonderful helper cats. How fortunate for your family that they chose you to live with. Those of us who have been through this know exactly how you are feeling. And yes, one day, new kitties will wander into your lives and bring you joy again.

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