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January 30, 2008

Still Here

I've been quiet for weeks.  Usually it's because I don't have anything interesting to say, but this time is a little different.  Soon there will be some distillations into meaningful blog content, but just so you know, here are the things I'm immersed in:

  • Making projects for the Canadian Home Workshop Show, where I'm presenting a bunch of times between February 29th and March 2nd.
  • Co-writing a book with Steve Smith, the mind behind The Red Green Show
  • Putting together a tour about innovative new products for homeowners
  • Creating a new web site for ToolGirl.com - way more stuff,  way more fun
  • Learning to use a lathe to make table legs
  • Collaborating on a pitch for a new TV series
  • Shooting moreToolGirl videos
  • Trying not to eat cereal again for dinner because I didn't have time (or interest, truthfully) for cooking

Comments

Abi

Mag,

You're shooting a new tv series? Holy Cow, that is so awesome!. whats the new series called? do tell do tell.

Ps Mag You have no Idea How happy Iam to see you post again! When I logged on to your site and saw this, Im like so happy! I've really missed you Mag! About the newsletters I would like to receieve mine again. I enjoyed reading the first one that you emailed me!

Abi

Mag,
we'll we see new faces in your new tv series? Like any avonlea casts?

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    We're All In This Together
    Based on four years of interviews with Steve Smith, Mag's unconventional biography reveals the personal stories, sorrows and joys that continue to inspire the man behind the Red Green legacy.

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