I have loved Tsh Oxenreider since I read three years ago. And her site is inspiring and challenging to my always-trying, but not quite simply-organized self.
Last spring I had the chance to meet her in real life when she came through San Francisco on tour for her newest book . I came to her coffee shop q&a as a fan girl planning to hide in the dark corner until it was time to have her sign my copy of her book and force her to take a selfie with me. So, imagine my surprise when she said hi to me and told the room that she was reading my book. Her generosity was and is a great gift.
When she asked me to be a guest on her podcast, I squealed a little and tried not to bite my fingernails, and did some pushups to pump me up beforehand. (Just kidding about the pushups part. Actually, I just ate dark chocolate to pump me up. It works the same and it's much more fun.) She's on a world tour right now with her family (which you should definitely be following on ...so cool.) so she called me on a Saturday in Australia, which was a Friday night in San Francisco. Don't you love the internet sometimes?
We talked about the back story of , my current obsession with books about time and rest, what Hemingway would've tweeted if Twitter had been available. (Glory for the lack of Twitter for Hemingway.) And how I can't seem to stop watching Gilmore Girls on Netflix. (I blame my pregnancy.)
If you want to have a listen, you can find it . Or you can listen below.