Friday, June 19, 2009

From the Desk Fridays: Hey Brooklyn podcast


Amber from Hey Brooklyn has posted our interview online. Eeek - have you ever heard yourself talk? I was so nervous - and kinda sound it. But Amber was great & super sweet to have me on. It was so much fun. Have a listen here.

Thanks, Amber!!

8 comments:

southern daze said...

What a FANTASTIC interview!! Looking forward to ordering the 2010 calendar and hearing an update on Marcy. Nicely done, Liz!

Liz Libré said...

Southern Daze (Cyndi) - You're so sweet. Thank you! I will definitely have an update on Marcy - as soon as I track down his lame owner.

Kelley said...

Great interview and especially great to hear you say "I could see myself in Brooklyn for a really long time.. I just adore it it".

Tommy said...

Liz, what a GREAT podcast! You're so sweet and well spoken. Don't ever be nervous. I love what you said about everything, especially the notepads (I felt like you were talking about me with the DIY stationery!) and how mainstream ones are so gross. Kittens. :) Plus, your handwriting is amazing, and I can't WAIT to see what's next with the calendar and the animal designs and so on. Have a stellar weekend! (Also, way to go, Amber! What a fun site!)

amber said...

Thanks, Liz! And Tommy!

We rocked it out! I loved having you on. Btw, couldn't remember: Toms shoes run small or large?

Mara (The Wedding Cabaret) said...

awesome!!!!

Liz Libré said...

Tommy - You were definitely on my mind when I was talking about the notepads as stationery. I've had more & more people tell me they do the same. So great b/c I wouldn't have thought of it.

Amber - Order your Toms a half size smaller than you would normally. I'm always always a 9 and I got a 8.5 & they are perfect - not too snug at all.

So glad you all enjoyed the podcast. Another big thanks to Amber for having me on. So much fun!

Lizzy and Shannon said...

This interview was great. Listened to the whole thing. However, I take it as a little bit of a personal affront that you "almost get annoyed" having to go into Manhattan. I'm gonna remember that.