Wednesday, 15 January 2020

Horseless Carriage

Dear Listeners,

We bring you Episode 41: a pleasant little jaunt down memory lane wherein we discover some magical properties of a certain bird ... perhaps.

Thank you for your patience and many apologies for another long wait and lots of empty promises to bring you something "soon"!

This story all jumped out at me from an old postcard depicting Henry Ford and his son Edsel. Henry is sitting in the first vehicle they ever built while his son looks out at him through the window of a much more modern model. I know not a lot about vintage vehicles and have done a little research but left the details of makes and models to the imagination because someone out there is way more savvy about it all than I will ever be.

You can hear it by clicking on the media player above, get your direct link to download the MP3 here or listen on iTunes or your favorite app, of course.

I'd love to see you over at our Facebook page if you do Facebook. It's probably the best place to get updates and interact ... or there is twitter, too.

Music in this episode is by Chad Lawson, available from magnatune.com.

I plan to bring you another episode in a couple of weeks ... until then ... sweet dreams and thanks for listening.

Yours dreamily,
Seymour

12 comments:

  1. Thank you so much Seymour! My heart nearly jumped off my chest when I saw the podcast was updated. I listen to the stories, and turned my brother into them who now likes to quote your introduction at unexpected moments. Your stories and narration are truly something special!

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  2. Oh that's hilarious! Tell your brother I say hello :-) Thankyou so much for your kind words and for listening and spreading the word. Here's to more in 2020. Hope it's a good one for you, honeynettles!

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  3. Dear Seymour, I’m so happy that you found the time and inspiration to add another episode. A big thank you, and all the best from Amsterdam!

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  4. SO happy to see a new upload! Thank you so much!

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    1. The first of many more intended for this year - I'm so glad you came back and checked, Turtle. Thank you!

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  5. I was thrilled to see you're adding new stories. Both your writing and your narrative voice have a very classic appeal. I became a mother just two months ago and am so looking forward to sharing your imaginative stories with my child. Thank you so much!

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    1. Congratulations on motherhood, AChristaCat! That is wonderful to hear. May you have many happy hours sharing stories and making your own together in the future. Thank you for listening and saying such kind and encouraging words.

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  7. Dear Seymour, Thank you for another wonderful story! Your magical tales always warm my heart!

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    1. Delighted to meet you, Imglad! It warms my heart to know the tales are heard and loved. Thank you for letting me know. I hope you have an abundance of magic in your life. Stay safe!

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