Somehow in between drywall going up and all the other living room mess, I was able to find a quiet(ish) moment to record a podcast. And somewhere in between putting up the drywall, going to work and catching a few winks, Matt was able to put it all together for you. He is SO the greatest.
Several of you have requested that I upload my podcasts to iTunes and I think it’s a great idea. Unfortunately, after spending several hours the past two weeks trying to get that all set up for you, I have hit a brick wall. It’s either really, really hard to do this, or my gifts lie more in the area of chocolate, beef and homemade vanilla. I’m having a very hard time getting it figured out and the tutorials I’ve found to help me are NOT written in my language. And so, I will be calling for back up. My podcasts WILL be on iTunes soon, but I don’t think it will be me getting them there. Maybe there’s something simple I’m missing? We’ll get back to you on that. Thanks for your patience! In the meantime, they are currently an mp3 file and hopefully most of you are able just to click the link and it will begin to play for you right away on your computer.
I’m not sure if I ever told you this or not, but we live very close to train tracks. If you didn’t know that before, you will definitely know that after listening to podcast #4. Two trains in 17 minutes.
Also, feel free to enjoy the irony of the moment when JUST as I am saying something like “we like to do everything as a family”, the door creaks open and in comes Malachi to poke me and try to get my attention (because apparently we even like to record podcasts as a family). I TOLD the kids that when Mama is recording, the door is SHUT and we do NOT interrupt her, but it would appear that he didn’t think that statement applied to him. It has now been reinforced to him that the statement does in fact apply to him, but shucks…won’t that be cute to listen to for years to come?
Today, I will be addressing a question regarding food/meals that are easy to take to families with young children…plus I’ll tell you just how I “get it all done”. Just in case you don’t catch it in the podcast, I never get it all done. Ever. And just wait until you hear what time I’ve been getting up in the mornings lately. :)
Links referred to in the podcast:
- Meat and Cheese Burritos
- Pizza Casserole
- Pizza Pockets
- Sloppy Cornbread Muffins
- Sloppy Joes
- Cheesy Beef and Rice
- Corn Dog Muffins
- Chicken and Noodles
- Homemade Buns (I talk about my buns WAY too much in this podcast. I then actually used the phrase “grab some buns”. Lovely.)
If I forgot any links, please let me know and I’ll add them. Be sure to leave a comment suggesting questions for a future podcast!
So, what time do YOU get up every day?