…of the sonic significance of personal recipes and menu plans.
…of an exhibition at the Open Data curated by Alex McLean and Hannah Redler.
…of walking and holding hands, and taking a few steps in other people’s shoes.
…of searching in the archives for the sounds of Catherine Dickens.
…of finding the fabric of Oxford.
…of the unexpected wonder of being A Woman Turning 35.
…of The KNITSONIK Stranded Colourwork Sourcebook Kickstarter Campaign BLOG TOUR!
…of The KNITSONIK Stranded Colourwork Sourcebook.
…on What Comes Next after my job at Oxford Brookes Ends.
…of the closure of the last family-owned department store in Reading, December 2013.
…of pictures and sounds presenting in Leuven, connecting the domestic soundscape with the soundscape of the city.
…of “In the Field” at The British Library, and other sonic doings during giddy times.
…of the genius of Jennifer Walshe’s “ALL THE MANY PEOPLS”.
…of speaking, thinking and listening in some very fine company.
…of returning home from Estonia.
…of my frustrations with the administration of The London 2012 Olympics Games.
…of the wonder of wool at Rheged.
…of Felicity Ford products in the Old Fire Station Art Gallery shop in Oxford.
…of baby blankets, investing, and WOOL.
…of The Slow Wardrobe vs. The Fast Wardrobe, and ‘knits’ on the High Street vs. 100% WOOL.
…of mixing up Soundart and domesticity.
…of biscuit factories, working lives, working clothes, and what to wear to community art events.
…of John Cage, mycology, mushroom spotting, wandering in The New Forest with my beloved, and getting rained on.
…of the uses and abuses of phonography.