Saturday, October 29, 2016

Saturday Sally/October 29

Sally: a brief journey; an excursion or trip.

I said to Tom this afternoon that I bet I hadn’t done a Saturday Sally since Hazel Nina was born. I checked, and that’s exactly right. The last one was in May 2013. I’m going to try and do a Saturday Sally post on the Saturdays I don’t participate in Weekend Cooking.
You don’t even have to get up out of your chair to take this little trip. You need only click the links.

The first one is a terrific radio show called Outside/In. Here is the website
You may click on any of the episodes here to listen, or you may subscribe to the podcast. You may read about Sam Evans-Brown here. The show is so interesting and so much fun no matter what the subject matter happens to be. I love it, and I think you will, too.

Though, most sadly, Roger Ebert has died, his website lives on, and it is full of movie info. The site offers his old reviews, and current ones by new people. It will be appreciated by all movie fans. 

12 comments:

  1. I've enjoyed my Sally, Nan. And I really enjoyed the Weekend Cooking link, which I'd never heard of before. Always room for one more recipe!

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    1. Weekend Cooking is great fun! You ought to post!

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  2. Thanks for the links! i'd never heard about Outside In and had forgotten about Roger Ebert's site (not forgotten about him of course)..... Sallie (who spells her name wrong)

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    1. My mother's name when I knew her was Millie, but in an old book I saw she spelled it Milly.

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  3. Interesting. I will check out the podcasts.

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    1. They are so much fun, and very interesting.

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  4. I like ironing, and I like listening to something interesting while doing so (not watching TV, as I usually iron in my bedroom where there is no TV set). So I think I am going to check out the Outside/In radio show next time I'll be ironing - thank you for the recommendation!

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  5. Thanks for the links! Happy Monday♥

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  6. I love Roger Ebert and always trusted his judgement about films. I wasn't aware that his site was still up and running, thank you for letting us know. x

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    1. I'm so happy I thought to post about it! You will really enjoy the site. SO much info.

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