06 May 2009

The Skirted Roundtable – Week Three

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Run, don’t walk, over to The Skirted Roundtable to listen to this week’s gabfest where the new topic is “Decorating On a Budget,” which is filled with ideas and tips on how to save money while decorating.  The Blogging topic of the week, “Photography on Blogs,” will be up in the next day or two.  

 

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And big news!!!!!!!   I bought a new microphone!!!!  So the sound quality is much better this week – you can really hear my whiney, nasally voice loud and clear now.  Megan is going to get one for the next week.  And,  I loved the anonymous comment on how I pronounce Cote deeee Texas.   Not sure how to pronounce “Cote de Texas” like a French person would, so if anyone knows  - tell me!!!

 

And even more big news!!!!!    We are now on I-Tunes!!  You can subscribe to The Skirted Roundtable on I-Tunes.  Search for us there!!!

 

Finally, speaking for my radio partners Megan and Linda, we are having such a blast doing these shows and we hope y’all are enjoying them too.  Thank you so much for listening – I can’t tell you how much your support means to us!!! 

 

To listen go here:    http://skirtedroundtable.blogspot.com/2009/05/decorating-on-budget.html

15 comments:

  1. New microphone will make a huge change for you.
    I have recroding studio at home, few different mics and I was very surprised to learn how many different kinds of mics are there.
    One is recording everything even from very far, the other one is recording in good quality only sounds coming from 1-2 m distance. I had no idea there are such differences before I got married :)
    Cheers,

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  2. Somehow I missed that you were doing this! Sounds like fun--can't wait to check it out.

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  3. I am so glad that you are on iTunes. That will be great for me. I also wanted to add my support for this roundtable. You are so talented and I think it is great that you are exploring new ways to get your voices out there. Good thinking!

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  4. It's been so fun to hear the voices behind the blogs. And as the founder or Cote de Texas, you can pronounce it anyway you like right :)

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  5. Love your gabfests so far and I really appreciate all of your wisdom. As a very new blogger, I appreciate the wise words and guidance - thank you!! Blogging is a new, unknown venture (for me) and I love that you guys are holding up the beacon and welcoming everyone to join you. Very generous and kind. You're the best!

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  6. Joan, I am cracking up ! I so believed that. I listened to the round table today. Great info. I am really liking it. Your are funny girl. I like the real joni!

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  7. Joni...I love your very Freeench Texas girl talk! You are just too cute. Great words of wisdom and good tips! I agree with investment pieces.
    Blessings y'all!
    xx

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  8. Oh, how exciting. I have no idea what all this is about (sorry, a little out of the loop) but i will do an itunes search. xo terri

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  9. Hi Joni ! I have been reading your blog for a couple of months as I love the photos of great interiors you share with us ! Now, should I say I am French ? living in France ? and it is quite pleasant for me to read your interest in the French style ! As for the pronunciation of Cote de Texas, go to this site and listen to the French pronunciation ( just replace Baleau with Texas) ! This is a great site if you want to hear native pronunciation in many languages ! I hope you will find it very useful !
    For my part, I live in Burgundy, in an old stone house dated from the XVIth century, in a very small country village. We settled there just before Christmas and I am in the process of decorating it. I am loving it !!
    Warm regards,
    natalie

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  10. Ooops ! I forgot the link : http://www.forvo.com/word/cote_de_baleau/

    ;-))

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  11. I just remebered that there are a set of shutters behind the house that are nice and weathered like the ones you posted, and I have the perfect spot for them.

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  12. Sweet! I was just thinking the other day that I'd love to listen from my ipod, maybe I would actually use the treadmill again ;)

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  13. I just listened and you sound great! I loved this weeks talk, yet again, and I took notes to change some things in my house.

    Have a great weekend- happy mother's day!

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  14. I am LOVING the skirted round table...Please keep it up!I am starting to look forward to a new session each week.

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  15. Hi, Joni,

    You'd pronounce it "coat deh take-sas".

    Wendy

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