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Episode 47: Of Moon Bridges and Stolen Flowers

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~ the Japanese Tea Garden, the Conservatory of Flowers, and a lot in between – most of it somewhere in Golden Gate Park
~ we climb a small mountain and suffer a few film disasters
~ we don’t end up with Socks that Rock, but I pick up more Koigu for boy hats and some Colinette Jitterbug, to boot
~ Author’s Morning
~ a new thematic prompt: Tranquility
~ two on O’Keeffe (the magical My Name Is Georgia: A Portrait by Jeanette Winter)
~ ATC update
~ “proud [creative] parent moment” a la Ryan
~ call for your voices to play in the upcoming “the CMP turns 1!” show
~ and more… Plus, as always, good podsafe music. (Length: 57 min)

Featured Podsafe Music:
Intro Clip: Jim Fidler ~ All I Really Wanted [PMN]
Laura Hughes ~ Full of Grace [PMN]
Adrienne Pierce ~ One Perfect Day [PMN]


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2 thoughts on “Episode 47: Of Moon Bridges and Stolen Flowers

  1. My kids have been ill recently, so I’m playing catch up on your great podcast. I look forward to it SO much each week. Now that I’ve missed a few I’m looking forward to taking the kids to the lake and listening to you.
    I remember going to the Tea Garden so many times as a child and young adult. I should take my kids there again, thanks for the reminder!

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