I love NPR. I’m not sure when I started really listening to it, but I do know that I’ve lately found myself switching the radio station in my car to our local NPR station more often. But I digress …
Special project has been kicking my a$$ these past few weeks. So much that I’ve been such a bad bloggy friend and a bad blogger lately. I should hopefully be done with special project in the next week or two, so hopefully things can go back to somewhat normal.
I decided to password-protect (PWP) the previous post for a reason. There are a few things that have been weighing heavily on my mind lately. Things that I would rather not share with the rest of my non-bloggy friends at this time. Believe me, the following things will be coming out in all due time, but right now … I’m not ready to share it with the rest of the world.
And quite honestly, having PWP’d the other post, I’ve found much comfort from those that have commented on it. They were very honest comments, and ones that I truly appreciated.
So … if you’re interested in reading this post, you can comment on this post for the password. For those that have the password for the previous PWP post, it’s the same password … however (since I now know it’s a case-sensitive password) you might want to capitalize the first letter.*
(* Update 11.17.2008: The password for this post has officially been changed to reflect the same password for all PWP-ed posts)
10 Replies to “All Things Considered”
Another huge fan of NPR here – love it, listen to it all the time – when I am not rocking out to whatever is playing on the I-pod.
I have no special project to speak of and yet have been equally absent from blogging and being a good bloggy buddy.
Know you are thought about and let’s chat soon –
i would like a password. : ) (i love NPR to. there is a certain peace it creates.)
I deleted the password from last time and can’t remember it…..
Can you e-mail it to me again?
I’d love to read your other post, if you could send me the password, I’d very much appreciate it.
Also, I’ve been listening to NPR on my morning commute for years now. Love it!
Heh. I used to love NPR and then I lived with some friends that had it on all. day. on Sundays on every. single. radio. in the whole house at top volume. So there was not a single place in the house (even the shower radio was left on) where I could go to get away from it. Ever. And now, sadly, I hate NPR ‘cos it makes me think of the incessant noise of that time in my life. On occasion, I download a podcast and listen, but mostly, it just makes me nuts!
And I would very much like to have the password, if you’re willing to choose.
Ahem – umm – password please?
I feel so out of your loop – and that makes me sad. 🙁
hi emily, i’d appreciate the password. thanks.
I am an NPR addict.
Though lately their attempt to be hip has kind of freaked me out — I was so used to their stodgy-ness — recently some commentator referred to the bailout as ‘giving someone in AA a bottle of ‘Jack’ — and it made me snort coffee out of my nose.
I’ve been doing NPR since maybe age 12?
and now we even count amongst our friends a coupla NPR journalists. my life is complete hee!
now what’s the secret???!!!
Hi Emily, I’d love the password as well please… thanks!