We’re podcasting this weekend.
How’s that for a sentence that you wouldn’t have heard two years ago, unless you happened to be friends with some
oddball interesting person for whom the weekend of May 5th and 6th meant the yearly celebration of an obscure northern European fertility ritual that involved throwing seedpods into the air? (This weekend, Olga will be casting an armful of pods into the air, while the sun glints on the wreath of dandelions that lies lightly on her forehead, soaking up the slight sweat she breaks into every time she podcasts.) But there you have it. The BlogLily boys and I are doing another podcast.
This one is entitled “Ask PodLily.” The idea is that you will ask for advice, and we will give it to you. None of us is licensed to dispense advice of any kind, and that naturally makes us all the more eager to roll up our sleeves and get on with it.
Here’s where you come in. There must be something you’ve been dying to get some advice about. Or maybe you just want to know what happens if you walk barefoot across a wet, snail-covered lawn, carrying a plastic water gun. Rest assured, we will come up with an answer. We have a lot of experience with a lot of things here in the BlogLily household. We also like to tell other people what to do.
You can leave your question here in the comments section, or if you are feeling a little shy, you can email it to us at bloglily(at)yahoo(dot)com. We’ll smoke it out in time to get it on the podcast.
And if nobody has any questions, you know what we’ll do? We’ll make some up and attribute them to random BlogLily readers (beginning with my brother Tom), and they will be, without question, such highly embarrassing and revealing questions that you’d basically be better off just asking the thing that’s really on your mind. Looking forward to hearing your questions and, of course, to giving you valuable counsel and guidance.