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By: Baseball Regulation

Wed, 04 Feb 2009 08:46:34 +0000

You fell? You'd better be careful next time. =) My friend had an injured knee due to a fall while playing baseball. Now we lost a player :(

By: Becca

Sun, 27 Jan 2008 00:27:16 +0000

Just found your podcast and have been browsing "back issues"... cannot resist commenting on the "Announcements, announcements, annouuuuuncements" song! I think a lot of people I know never went to summer camp (or went to a camp that doesn't sing that song) because people usually give me a blank stare whenever I refer to it. Now I love the podcast even more, since I know it's from a person who just "gets me" *giggle*!

By: Dom

Fri, 31 Aug 2007 15:58:19 +0000

Ok, I was thinking how to say this without appearing to disrespect you and other podcasters. I really haven't found a way to do it and I appologize up front for being, well, crass. So here goes... Brenda - I hate you. There I said it! My heart aches now. So it's not a *real* hate. You see, it's the sorta hate you feel when you can't get enough of something, less one should fall victum to one or more of the seven deadly sins. I found your podcast only a few short weeks ago, and I have now listened to each and every one of your podcasts from the birth of episode one, to the present. And well, I'm hooked. I can't get enough. Somewhere between episode 10 and 13 I started to wonder "What is one to do when I run out of Cast-On?" I know - Look for other knitting podcasts. But, again, I hate you. There are many knitting podcasts out there and - in my humble opinion - very few can even dream of compairing to yours. Now don't get me wrong I have not listened to *every* episode of *every* knitting podcast out there ( just yet ), but few even come close to the quality of your content, the easy flow of your voice, the surperb quality of your audio, or the sincerity in the conversation that you bring to us each and every time you create your podcast. My wife and children look at me with that "Poor, poor, man" look when I'm knitting or crocheting while listening to you in the evenings - laughing, smiling, grinning, getting verklempt, raising an eyebrow and sometimes even tisk-ing..... Even the dog has taken to placing his paw on my leg at times as he snuggles up against me searching out the warmth found in the projects I'm working on, giving me a look that can only say "I don't think your crazy - now can I have another cookie?" Then to top it off, somewhere in the middle of listening to your podcasts - you really did it to me... Like it wasn't going to be enough that I HAD to listen to every single podcast you ever made, hanging on to your every word... you had to bring H E R to the podcast. And not just once, but over and over and over again. You know who I'm talking about, I'm talkng about HER - yes her. Her voice adds that certan spice to your 'casts.. That certan sense of, well, Sage... There - I said her name.... I'm sure that I can ramble on and on about how much I adore your podcasts, but in all seriousness I really, really want to say "Thank you"! I truely enjoy the time I get to spend with you and your guests. Thank you for inviting me into your home and into your life each and every time that you do. It is both an honor and a privilege to be in your circle of knitsibs.... Stay well. Stay happy. And keep on podcasting! Dom

By: boodely

Tue, 28 Aug 2007 19:31:07 +0000

Brenda, I'm at a loss for how to thank you for what you do. Your podcasts are the best, and honestly I would much prefer an irregular schedule and your honest voice than anything else. Thank you so so much.

By: Annette

Thu, 16 Aug 2007 04:09:55 +0000

Brenda Thanks for a beautiful podcast. I'm new to listening. I saw them reviewed by knitting. This is the first one episode of yours I have listened to so far...really fun!!! Thank for sharing yourself with us!

By: Kristen

Tue, 14 Aug 2007 09:09:15 +0000

I haven't listened to this episode yet, but I wanted to take the time to let you know another wacky knitter is making her way through all the "back issues" of Cast-On and loving every minute of it! While I'm sad your podcasting has slowed down, I'm very glad you are taking the time you need to heal yourself and podcasting as you are able. I also have to let you know that one of my cats hates the Addi Turbo sound effect. I find it hilarious that every time she hears it she growls (she'll snap her head up and growl if she's been snoozing) even though I'm up to episode 46 and she's heard it dozens of times, but I imagine she's not so amused. Thanks for all the informative, funny, poignant, inspiring, tranquil, ikrsome, rousing and joyous moments you've shared with us. May there be many more!

By: Dianne

Mon, 13 Aug 2007 20:31:06 +0000

Camp Song - We love you Brenda, Oh yes we do - We Love you Brenda and we'll be true, when you're not with us - WE'RE BLUE! Oh Brenda we love you! (hint, hint!)

By: Franklin

Mon, 13 Aug 2007 15:57:38 +0000

Hey, thanks for the shout out about the shawl! I can tell you it buoyed me through some rough patches, so lace knitting may be just what you need. Hugs!

By: Laura

Sat, 11 Aug 2007 05:09:49 +0000

Oh Brenda Brenda BRENDA!! I listened to your last three casts today intermittently as the day would allow. At one point mid-day I was talking to a knitting friend who said she found podcasts boring and never could get into them. I said "do you listen to Cast-On?" She said she hadn't. I told her there are no other knitting podcasts like Cast-On. It's not just knitting. Cast-On enriches my LIFE. Cast-On enriches me as a person. Thank you so much for the hard work you put into the production and preparation and recording. Thank you for your voice. And your easy casual comfortable conversations with us as listeners. Thank you for your guests and music selections and interviews and every last thing that makes Cast-On what it is. I'm here searching but not finding what I thought I might see.... some kind of guidelines for the writing you're hoping to see from listeners about the seven... rules? I need to go back and re-listen and make a list. I wasn't a Campfire Girl but what a fun little surprise to hear you say "Be Happy". A few days ago I wrote those words on the post-it note that I use to mark the page in my planner. I'm looking forward to writing and posting on my blog about each of the rules. Time to go back for another listen to write them all down. Thank you again so much for what you give to us through your podcasts. I'm looking forward to the pattern being ready so I can click the donation button!!! xoxox

By: Christina

Wed, 08 Aug 2007 17:50:06 +0000

I've been trying to finish my MA thesis for over a year now and after falling off my horse, landing on my face, rolling down a hill, into a stream, and finally washing up on shore to realize what an arse I was being I came to one ultimate conclusion: Sometimes the only way to find your Mojo is to fall off the horse. The journey till you get back on it is the only thing that will bring your mojo. Of course, the whiskey helps...