Post by aneaglesangel on Dec 5, 2009 10:56:50 GMT -5
Yes, there was a show. Not sure why it's not up on the site yet. It didn't broadcast over the web, so I'm wondering if they had trouble recording it or something. I'll let you know if I find anything out!
I'm also anxious to find out about the "missing episode."
Yeah, I'm intrigued - wasn't it going to be the traditional JFK show? Normally appear after a while, and if not, Craig at Ourhistoryproject.com is usually really good at putting them up at www.spookysouthcoast.blogspot.com
Post by aneaglesangel on Dec 7, 2009 10:57:25 GMT -5
Hmm, no, what the heck was the show about. I remember it was a good show. Darn, the old memory is going. Well, either way, I do at least remember it was a good show!
Keith!! Good to see you! When are you coming to visit the Spooky Crew again? I'd love to get a chance to meet you in person! I feel as if you've been so supportive of me and my situation over the years, I think it would be a good thing to finally meet you and Sandra! I hope you guys have a great holiday! Hugs!
I did a lot of my shopping online too eth! I found that things were way cheaper, and all I have to do is sit and wait for them to show up in the mail. I do still have a few small things to get, but mostly am done, other than the wrapping. But I find that the wrapping part is fun, and I like to make the presents look really pretty with bows and all that. So from here it's mostly smooth sailing. Of course I have a lot of cooking to start getting to soon, but that's also a fun part. I love cooking! Now we'll be making congo bars, which everyone loves and I might even swing and make the broken glass cake that my two boys are addicted to, LOL! By the time the holidays are over, I will probably have gained 20 pounds.....
Post by aneaglesangel on Dec 8, 2009 9:04:15 GMT -5
Ah, 20 month old inquisitive hands....isn't it amazing we live to adulthood!?? I think about all the things little kids do before they get old enough to know better, and well, like I say, it's amazing we ever get to an age that knows better, LOL! Even when we know better, we many times do stupid dangerous stunts that could get us killed, LOL! You'll have to share some pictures of your cute little one with us one of these days!
I hear ya though, I got a little tree too, and I'm hoping I can keep my grandson from climbing it, LOL! As it is, I didn't put any of the small ornaments on this year, so it's a little bare, but I figured I was better off without anything on it that looked good to eat, hehe! I swear that boy will stick anything in his mouth that can't run away!
Ahh.. Yes, I agree - how the Hell we ever make it even this far is beyond me - when I consider the fascination I had as a child for mains sockets and switches, I should have been electrocuted a good many times over.
Only attentive parenting and pure luck prevented me from making a 240 volt early exit..
Our James is actually very good about not putting things in his mouth that he shouldn't (touch wood) but I do share your belief that 'higher up is better' when it comes to Christmas trees and their decorations..
I would be glad to share a picture of the offspring with you - I'll stick it up online somewhere & drop you a link.
Slightly back OT, still no sign of the last two shows yet - I'm getting fidgety..(!)
Maybe I'm going to have to start staying up until 5am to record it from the Web..
Post by aneaglesangel on Dec 9, 2009 10:51:24 GMT -5
LOL! Yeah, I had a thing for electricity when I was little. I was making "inventions" or so I thought, LOL! I did zap myself pretty good once and when my mother heard the noise I made she came running to my room. I'd shoved all my wires and pieces of things I was working with under the bed, and told her I'd seen a mouse. Thinking back on that, I'm sure she didn't believe me, but what was a mother to do? Hehe, she had a mad scientist living under her roof and she didn't even know it, muwahahaha!
Yours is a bit older than my little grandson, so he hasn't quite got the "no stuff in the mouth" trick yet. It's pretty cool though, lately, I'm getting a lot of "firsts." Like his first hug and kiss to someone other than his mom or dad, yup, that was me, I got it! His first wave bye, yup, that was me again, LOL! I can't wait to see all the new things he'll do for Christmas! I love this age, when so many new and wonderful things are happening. I just hope I'm not there when he drinks his first toilet water, or eats his first cat turd! Hehehe! There are some things that parents need to go through on their own, muwhahaha!
Hmm, I'll go see if maybe Andergraph has the episode up, if so, I'll leave you a link. That way you won't get too bored and jonesed out that you try playing with electricity again.....
Post by aneaglesangel on Dec 9, 2009 10:53:51 GMT -5
The latest show he has says the 24th, but that was a Tuesday, so I'm wondering if Ander just got the date wrong? I think this was the show, and it was a good one as I remember! Hope you enjoy! Now, stay away from that light socket!!!
Post by Tim Weisberg on Dec 10, 2009 17:21:15 GMT -5
Sorry, I've been so wrapped up in newspaper work the last two weeks I haven't been able to get anything done. I'm uploading both shows to the podcast service right now, should be on iTunes, Zune and various other places soon. Then Costa will post them to the archive when he gets the chance. Thanks for your patience, all!