We’re back from AnthroCon, and so we discuss some of the logistics in preparing for a big event with a lot of moving parts. We follow this with your letters, which are, as always, awesome.
This week, we talk about not planning ahead properly, as Ursula has a new computer for her art – that isn’t ready yet, and a deadline is looming. We also talk about volunteerism, and wrap it all up with your letters.
We’re back! This week, we will talk about some of our experiences in Tibet, and the follow it up by reading your letters!
This week we will talk about adapting to new glasses, both our experiences with Driver’s Education classes, and the fact that the Teenager is about to embark on this new and exciting journey. We also talk about packing, and then wrap it all up with your letters! Continue reading “Episode 89 – New Glasses, Letters”
It’s that time again, when we read your letters on air! We also discuss our productivity for the week, and there is a discussion of why a particular YA book was so popular when Kevin was in High School. Enjoy, and thanks for listening!
I have returned from MAGFest, and have a severe backlog. We’ll discuss how that affects me, how it affects Ursula, and what we’re doing to get it all done. And thinking of a backlog, we’ll be reading your letters this week, and getting that done at the very least.
Welcome to the monthly letters show! This week we will be reading your feedback and letters, as well as answering questions. We’ll also talk about the challenges brought on by the weather, and the impending return of the Wombat Co-Host! Continue reading “Episode 75 – Not Productive, Letters”
This week, talk about Kevin’s new routine, Ursula’s successes, and why the Teen Test Subject gets the week off. We will wrap up by reading letters and comments from you, the listeners!
This week, we’ll talk about preparing for a disaster. In . our case, it is Hurricane Florence, but it could be any number of things. We talk about online backups, password vaults, and the difference between “helpful” and “helpy.” And then we will read and respond to your letters.
We spend a lot of time this week talking about talking – or rather, talking about speaking in public – since WorldCon is just around the corner and the Wombat Test Subject (author Ursula Vernon) has to prep not one, but two speeches she probably won’t have to give. We follow that up with Kevin’s initial foray into Bullet Journalling, and wrap it all up with your letters and comments!