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Episode 74: Thankful

Amy Podcast

~ letters… and being thankful
~ For the Love of Letters: A 21st-Century Guide to the Art of Letter Writing
~ illustrates frame mats for the holidays
~ a bookmark tradition (if I have my way)
~ books
~ Faith of The Knitting Cook podcast returns
~ check out
~ and more… Plus, great podsafe music. (Length: 41:59 min )

Featured Podsafe Music:
Intro Clip: Jim Fidler ~ All I Really Wanted [PMN]
Eliot Popkin ~ The Reason Why [PMN]
Joshua Kadison ~ Gratitude [PMN]
Collin Raye ~ Forgotten [PMN]

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2 thoughts on “Episode 74: Thankful

  1. Hi Amy,
    I listened to this episode while I was on holiday the last week. I wanted to get right back to you, but I couldn’t (that is the small downside about a week without internet…). I just wanted to let you know that with your last words about a lot going on at your house and especially the last song you played, that whatever it is I am thinking about you and your loved ones.
    Thank you, too, for putting so much time and energy every week into the podcast. I’m very thankful to you for everything.
    I hope you have a wonderful first Advent-Weekend!

  2. Thanks for another great podcast. Your thoughts on letter writing (by hand) were great to hear.
    Nearly one last holdout is the handwritten thank you note and the snail mailed party invitation. Let’s all not use e-vite to invite people to our parties to at least keep the paper invitation tradition intact…

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