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Listener Appreciation Episode !

by LaChaun Moore

This week is a special mailbag episode featuring emails and comments from listeners who’ve written to us. This podcast has steadily grown and this is our way of showing gratitude for your very kind words. The team at GistYarn is so thankful for your support! We hope you enjoy! Comment below to keep the conversation going! 

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The music for this podcast  is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International LicenseThe musical section is an excerpt of the original: The Beauty of Maths by Meydän.



2 Responses

LaChaun
LaChaun

January 27, 2020

@Doris Strand

Hey Doris!
I’m so glad that the podcast is a source of inspiration for you. The new year always slows things down, but I am glad to know that we were missed. We appreciate your support and I’m super excited for the podcast episode’s that we have on the way, Stay tuned!

Doris Strand
Doris Strand

January 27, 2020

Sarah & LaChaun – as a rigid heddle weaver who looks forward to weaving on mondays while listening to this podcast, i was concerned that the last several weeks were repeats. i was SO happy to hear today’s episode & listen to feedback from others. these podcasts always inspire. keep up the good work!

doris (bizzzy as a bee)

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