Posts Tagged ‘public radio’

Lest you think I’ve been slacking and abandoned my New Year’s intention of writing more just because it’s been a couple of months since my last post, guess again.

I’ve been writing plenty, just not about our boat-renovation adventures. You see, until Sundown is ready to launch, my husband and I have to do this thing called work for a living (we’ll have to do that once we launch, too, but hopefully it will feel different). Much of what I do to pay the bills involves a variety communications efforts (I expect that to continue in boat life). Here’s a sampling of what’s been keeping me busy: (more…)

Read Full Post »

As 2012 comes to a close, I’m making my list of New Year‘s Intentions. (I don’t make resolutions, but rather set intentions. To me it feels less committing without guilt attached in case I don’t achieve everything I hope to.)

One of those intentions is to keep the inquiring minds that visit this site better informed about progress on s/v Sundown, (more…)

Read Full Post »

Progress on Sundown has slowed due to a little inclement weather and that other “W” word…WORK (the paid kind).

This week has included:

  • A half-day retreat with my board of directors.
  • Recording and editing public affairs spots about health and human services in Larimer County, Colorado, to air on KRFC 88.9fm radio station (more…)

Read Full Post »

%d bloggers like this: