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My guest and I discuss art, her projects, our collaborative project, her restoration of an old Victorian home in historic Camden and her recent trip to Africa. And we discuss her exhibit Which is also a book available on Amazon - "All the In Between: My Life with Agnes."
Season 2 - Episode 1
We kick off a New Year and Season Two with my interview with author Michelle DeRusha. Join me as we chat about her new book True You - Letting Go of Your False Self to Uncover the Person God Created. Published by Baker Books, True You released on January 1, 2019. This marks the release of Michelle's fourth book. She publishes a monthly column on religion and spirituality for the Lincoln Journal Star and writes about learning to listen to your soul on her blog, www.michellederusha.com
In which we wind down Season One, discuss some practical steps for pursuing the art of noticing in the middle of the Christmas season, and we wish you a Merry Christmas and reveal our first guest for Season Two.
In this episode I chat with The Slow Artisan, Jeanna Saeddi, about the art of slowing and about her newly released book The Artisan Pace. Follow Jeanna on instagram at @theslowartisan and visit her website www.theslowartisan.com. Her first book, The Artisan Pace released December 4 on Amazon
Episode Ten: In which we celebrate this small milestone for us. Our tenth episode of Peabiddies: Pursue the Art of Noticing. Would you consider leaving a starred review and a few words on Anchor or your favorite podcast listening platform. Reviews help others find us. And we like that thought. Be sure to follow us on Instagram @elizabethwynnemarshall & @peabiddiespodcast. You may email comments and feedback to peabiddiespodcast@gmailcom
Episode Nine Join me as I return after a brief one week pause in my weekly podcasting schedule. Im back with a conversation with Jody Lee Collins. We discuss her latest creative endeavors and her book "Living the Season Well:Reclaiming Christmas," available on Amazon and elsewhere. Learn more about Jody at her website www.jodyleecollins.com. And find her on instagram at @jodyo52.
Join me for my interview with writer, novelist, poet Tonia Peckover. Visit her website http://toniapeckover.com and follow her on instagram @_fernwood_ And join us on Instagram and use the hashtag #theartofnoticing or #takenote & tag us @peabiddiespodcast. We want to see what you are noticing. Share with us your discoveries of everyday awe and wonder.
In this episode Ashley and I continue our discussion about her newly released book, Finding Holy in the Suburbs, available wherever books are sold. Join me as we chat about how she is learning to make her home and carve out a holy space within the southern California suburbs. And of course Ashley speaks to her pursuit of the art of noticing within the parameters of a full and busy wife as mother of four and pastor's wife. Ashley and her husband are involved in a church plant in Orange County where life is full. Did I mention she holds a PHD in English from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Join me in Episode 6 for Part One of a two-part interview where I chat with author Ashley Hales about the release of her upcoming book. Holy in the Suburbs - Living Faithfully in the Land of Too Much, published by InterVarsity Press releases October 23, 2018 and may be found wherever books are sold.
A little squeaky mouse joins us earlier on (thankfully I must have shooed him away), I get tongue tied when I try to speak the word "specificity" and I literally tell my age. All of this as we learn and grow as a young podcast. Thank you for joining us as we find our wings and learn to fly here at Peabiddies.
In this episode, Episode Four of Peabiddies: Pursue the Art of Noticing, I chat with puppeteer Drew Allison, founder of Grey Seal puppets. Join me as we look through the lens of creativity through the eyes of this artist, one who has spent 30 years dedicated to his craft.