Do you know about Aleene's Tacky Glue? It's been on the market some time now and it is some good glue.
Do you remember the television show Aleene's Creative Living? I think it was on around the time I was in college or shortly thereafter. Aleene would have her daughter's Candace, Heidi and Tiffany on the show. I used to watch every episode.
Photo from Inspired at Home
Tiffany Windsor, Aleene's daughter, has a website and a podcast called Inspired at Home.
Tiffany has contacted me and wants me to be on a LIVE Facebook show to speak about my design process with dying the reed that I did HERE and basket weaving.
Here is the favor I'm asking of you. I have been reluctant to start a Facebook account, I don't have a MySpace account. Other than blogging, I'm not on social websites. Well....I did open a Facebook account and would like to invite you to be my FRIEND. Please. I don't want to do this live chat and not have any friends! When you are on Facebook you can search for me through my e-mail address. It is email@example.com I'll be your friend too.
The live chat is Nov. 16th at 10:00 ET. You can read more about it at Inspired at Home. I will be using my webcam and there will be other craft designers on the show as well. Save the date!
A little about the Inspired at Home podcast. You can subscribe to it through iTunes. I enjoy listening to it each week and it comes out on Sundays. Oh, you can also listen to it live on your computer, but I download it and listen to it later in the week. It is a 90 minute show. Tiffany has her sisters Candace and Heidi on the show as well as her mother Aleene. It has been interesting to listen to Aleene speak about her history in the crafting world. She also has other regulars and one or two guests each week. The talk about crafts, herbal living, crafting and decorating trends among other things. It is a fun 90 minute show.
So save the date and please be my Facebook Friend.
Have a wonderful weekend and one quick update with Emily. The MRI came back just fine. Praise God for that! Emily is still in pain though and she has had extensive blood work done this week that we are waiting on the results. She will be seeing a rheumatologist in the near future. We continue to appreciate your good thoughts and prayers with this while we figure out what is going on.
Hugs and blessings to you all,