28 Sep 2010

And we’re back.

Well. That was anticlimactic. I thought moving the website was going to be a big fat hairy deal but, as with seemingly everything WordPress, it was actually fairly painless. In fact, if you weren’t paying close attention, you probably missed it.

I am planning a long catchy-up sort of post, but that will have to wait for the weekend. Heather is coming to visit today, and I must spend the next several hours tearing around the house, furiously cleaning things that no one will notice. Such is my way.

Do not, however, let my little cleaning frenzy stop you from saying, “Awwwww….” at the cute puppy. In Episode 3, Truman helps tidy the garden. (Isn’t he adorable? Yes, we are besotted.)

Posted on September 28, in Blog


  1. Wendelene wrote:

    Awwwwww. How come I can’t get my cat to do cute stuff when I have the camera at hand? As soon as I pick it up, she goes from jumping and twisting in impossible ways to dead kitty.

    Posted on 9.28.10 ·
  2. Antonia Gray wrote:

    Truman is so incredibly cute! Awww, puppy! :-)))

    Posted on 9.28.10 ·
  3. Audrey wrote:

    I have a year old cocker spaniel… I see both breeds share the same “kill and destroy” gene. I’m so glad you are enjoying your furry baby’s antics, he is so very cute with his curly tail.

    Posted on 9.28.10 ·
  4. penny wrote:

    very glad the move went well. please, for me, nudge heather that it might be a good idea for her to try something similar when she returns stateside for her plans to take over the world. 😉

    aww.. happy puppy for you and a happy me because my kitten is asleep and not destroying anything. though he is great at dusting all those corners i never seem to get to or bother about…

    Posted on 9.28.10 ·
  5. martha in mobile wrote:

    You can rest easy, knowing that no bags of rocks will dare show their stony faces in your garden ever again…

    Posted on 9.29.10 ·
  6. O~ wrote:

    OMGoodness Truman is too cute for words and just full of himself. How fun!!!

    Posted on 9.29.10 ·
  7. susan in dulwich wrote:

    I just love the way he shakes the life out of it…with his ears flapping around wildly. That must kindof hurt.
    Eagerly awaiting Halloween!

    Posted on 9.29.10 ·
  8. DebbieQ wrote:

    Too cute that puppy is. Ah yes, puppies and chewing. Our Maxell ate a bush when he was a puppy. Right down almost to ground level. The amazing thing was that the bush survived and thrived.

    Posted on 9.30.10 ·
  9. Marilyn wrote:

    Truman is adorable. I could spend hours watching my Borzoi play with each other or with some toy (and it isn’t always a designated dog toy). I love watching puppies explore their world and experience things for the first time. It reminds me to also look at things in a different way than I usually do. Great way to get new insights. My Borzoi friends and I often prefer to watch the “Borzoi Channel” live instead of tv! The camera never seems to be handy when puppies or adult dogs (or cats) are involved in their most humerous exploits. Luckily for you, you had your video handy when Truman decided to explore the rocks…keep the episodes coming!

    Posted on 10.2.10 ·
  10. Betsy wrote:

    I just needed to let you know that your podcasts are a balm to my soul, regardless of how many times I listen to them.

    And yes, Truman is totally camera-rrific!!!

    Posted on 10.4.10 ·
  11. Tanja wrote:

    Hi Brenda,
    just wanted to tell you that i took all your old podcasts down to Tuscany, listening to them, while knitting in the countryside.
    Please keep on podcasting, i love yours.

    Posted on 10.5.10 ·
  12. Thanks for all the Truman updates. Nothing like a new puppy to keep one in the present moment. His antics are very awe-able. He’s beyond cute. Methinks he needs a job.

    Posted on 10.7.10 ·
  13. Gill wrote:

    Not relevant to present conversation but I just want to say how much I am looking forward to your return. Yours was the first podcasts I really listened to and have wonderful memories of an American trip to Pennsylvania, Washington and Philadelphia. Your podcats are a class on their own. Can’t wait till late October. It’s also my birthday on the 23rd so that is also a family celebration!!! (Shouldn’t wish my life away.)

    Posted on 10.10.10 ·
  14. Celeritas wrote:

    So glad that your website changes went smoothly! I hope that you are having lots of fun with Heather. So looking forward to your next episode, I’m listening to the archive for the second time at the moment. As a more experienced knitter I’m getting different things out of it this time. Last time it was Kate is knitting a Clapotis and she’s a new knitter, omg scary! Now I’m knitting a simple top-down raglan hurrah.

    Posted on 10.11.10 ·
  15. I am so glad to see you are back. I have been savouring your recent found podcast knowing that it was limited and worried that it may not return. I love your sense of humour your candid chatter and your lovely selections of music. Thank you so much! I feel as though I have a friend returning after a long trip and I am looking forward to hearing more.

    Posted on 10.13.10 ·

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