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Welcome All! I'm a dreamer, I hope you are too! A Posse ad Esse, or From possibility to reality, is a general state of mind. I hope you'll share your possibilities with me as I will with you. Namaste~

August 28, 2008

I had a great time

Really, I did, what a blast! And guess what? I think I came out sounding pretty good for a first time out. I would definitely be open to doing it again. The host Doug Fabrizio and producer Elaine were really a pleasure to talk with and made me feel really comfortable. You can find a link to the audio of the interview here, and the show will be broadcast again tonight at 7:00 PM MST.
I also had the opportunity to be on the show with Sharon Astyk, author and blogger (you can read her blog HERE.) whose writing I've enjoyed for some time and Steven, (I'm sorry I can't remember the last name) owner of a local specialty foods market. I think the discussion went very well, and there really seemed to be an interest in the topic. My biggest hope with suggesting this program was to get a little more dialogue going, particularly in Davis county where I live, and to bring attention to the movement of people that are doing this stuff.

If your just visiting this site for the first time, or are very new, I hope you'll take a minute to read a post I put up just a little while back that gives a pretty good idea what I'm all about. I hope you'll stop by more often and join me in this discussion and even share your triumphs or failures.
Welcome and "Grow On!"
P~

8 comments:

MeadowLark said...

I listened to you at work!!!
My boss frowned but I explained "this is a good friend... I need to know how he does". ;)

You sounded great.

Heather said...

This is great that you were brave enough to do this!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the link to the radio program which was so interesting. I'm still just at the thinking-of-trying-to-have-a-garden stage and living in Ontario, Canada means that it isn't going to happen this year, but I'm inspired to try even a small plot for next year. Your blog helps to inspire me, too. Thanks!

Elaine said...

It was great to have you on the show! Steven's last name is Rosenberg, and his store is Liberty Heights Fresh in Salt Lake City.

Thanks for suggesting the conversation. Now I just need to figure out how to expand my rosemary and basil plants into a productive garden!

Cheers, Elaine

Phelan said...

Congrats P~. I will listen to it tonight when my connection tends to be better.

Chicago Mike said...

Hey Paul,

Well done.

I really enjoyed it.

Had a slightly unusual happening with my Dad's garden you might want to read about in my comments on Freedomgardens profile.

Thanks,

Chicago Mike

Julie Q. said...

I listened to the program and came to see your blog because I enjoyed the conversation so much. We have a garden and I'm trying to convince my husband to dig up the front yard (or at least a big chunk of it) to devote to more vegetable space next year. Who needs ornamental plants and more grass anyway?

Thanks for sharing your ideas. It will be fun to watch your progress in the big weigh-in as the harvest season continues.

farm mom said...

Hey! Eric and I were able to sit down and listen to it last night. Great stuff, p! It must have been sooo much fun to ba apart of the conversation like that. Well done! :)