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Poor neglected husband

Give me the head of Neil Clarke on a platter

My poor husband claims I don’t pay enough attention to him.  Usually when he says that, I just laugh and shoo him away so I can get back to what I was doing.  (hee hee)  But yesterday, after my podcast post, I started to think maybe he’s right. You see, he saw my list of recommended listening and asked why his podcast wasn’t on the list.

Uh… what?

Apparently Neil has a podcast.  Not only does he have one, but he’s had it for a year and a half.

I suppose maybe I could stand to pay a wee bit more attention.

Let’s just pretend Clarkesworld Magazine was on yesterday’s list, and that I put together months ago, the obvious fact that “audio fiction” = “podcast”, ok?

Oh, and while we’re at it, let’s also pretend that I’ve actually been listening to it all of this time, and that I didn’t only just add it to my list five seconds ago.

These will be our little secrets 😉

P.S. On a completely different note, I’m in the mood to write up a tutorial. Anything I’ve made that you’d like to know how to do?

11 thoughts on “Poor neglected husband

  1. After I was killed by the Snow Dalek that appeared on our lawn, Lisa decided that she should at least save my head as a prop for her “I’m now available” gloves.

    Sincerely,

    The Ghost of Lisa’s Neglected Abused Husband
    .-= See The Ghost of Husbands Past’s latest blog post: Clarkesworld Stories on the Nebula Ballot! =-.

  2. *briefly wishes she were married to a publisher of an SF/F magazine. Visions of slush piles dance in her head*

    *decides she quite likes being married to a garden-variety geek*

    How about a pattern for that nifty remote caddy? I can just about sew in a straight line…
    .-= See Wendy’s latest blog post: The Sweetest Thing I Ever Saw Was You Asleep and Dreaming =-.

    1. Geeks are great 🙂
      I totally did that remote caddy by the seat of my pants, and it’s not too attractive up close… you probably don’t want that, LOL!

  3. I’d love the tutorial on your knitted fiesta hats! They are awesome.

    1. Great idea! I’d forgotten I mean to write up something about that! I have to see if I have more bright yarn…

  4. You know, you can backdate blog entries. You COULD have made it look like HE missed the enthusiastic post about his podcast debut, the one that you posted months ago… so honest, tsk tsk.
    .-= See Penny’s latest blog post: Burns Night =-.

    1. I really need to better develop my devious streak, don’t I?

  5. Poor neglected husbands….

  6. I’d be interested to know how you make some of those really cool buttons. I’ve never tried working with polymer clay, but the buttons have me really interested in giving it a try.

    1. I’ve been considering a tutorial about buttons! Thanks for the suggestion. In the meantime, I can point you towards a post I wrote on getting started with clay, some free tutorials on my website, or this pdf aimed specifically at beginners. None of them are specifically button-related, but it’s a start!

  7. […] many of you remember when I was digging around looking for podcasts to listen to, and completely forgot the fact the my […]

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