HtbaS – Episode 299

In this episode of the Hip to be a Square quilting podcast, I talk about an update on my hair (scintillating!), getting a quilt into the Paducah spring show (thrilling!), and what quilt projects I’ve been sewing and finishing (even more thrilling!).

Books reviewed in this episode:

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One Reply to “HtbaS – Episode 299”

  1. Slightly less #podcastdeliquent.

    I am a firm believer that any hair dyeing should be done by a professional. This is totally my idea and should be ignored by others, if appropriate. I have seen a lot of bad dye jobs and I don’t want to be one of those horrible examples. I do plan to dye my hair white (or bleach out the color so it is white when I am old) so I look like a cool looking grama or great auntie. I don’t want to have indifferent hair.

    I have feelings about Daylight Saving Time as well. I am ok Fall-backing, but Spring-aheading puts me in a very bad mood for about a week and a half. I have strong resentment about losing that hour and the daylight in the early morning. Of course, I do like the evening light. Not logical, but there you have it.

    Victoria Findlay Wolf stresses the importance of having a Parts Department. These are extra pieces that you can use to be inspired to make extra projects. Look! You started your own Parts Department!

    I finally listened to the Hanging Tree. I am glad Aaronovitch told us who the Faceless Man was. That could have turned into an annoyingly unsatisfactory storyline if he had drawn it out much longer. I thought this was one of his best yet and was glad to see Nightingale take such a large role.

    I hope the 3 days a week in the office isn’t too much of a traffic nightmare. At least there are audiobooks, if that makes anything better. I wonder if the Execs got the idea of working in the office from HP who is bleeding employees here after they made a similar decision?

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