I want to refer you to a great podcast about Lent!

I can’t figure out how to make this link show up on my blog all the time, but I’m gonna make a post about it now.  My priest’s wife, Khouria Krista West, has a great podcast on Ancient Faith Radio (who knew?).  It is called, The Opinionated Tailor, because she makes liturgical garments (priest’s robes), and also because, well, she’s kind of opinionated! Ha ha! Which is another reason I really like her! Anyway, when I told her that I started this blog, she sent me the link for her podcast.  Her most recent offering is about preparing for Lent.  I was gonna listen to it first, then post the link, but I decided to post it now, then listen to it in a minute while I start my bread dough.  Let me know what you think, and I’ll let you know what I think! (Duh.)




About LeilaPiazza

I am a wife and mother. I am an Orthodox Christian. I am a Syrian American with family living in Syria. I am a also a yoga teacher and freelance writer. I recently described myself in a job pitch as "a person who's lived in Portland, Oregon for over 20 years with a passion for writing and a passion for all things Portland. I'm a foodie, knitter, wine and beer lover, bee-keeper (yep, I said it), mead and fruit-liqueur maker, organic gardener, home-canner, hiker, biker, runner, and occasional skinny-dipper. I’ve camped all over the state, I sail a sailboat that’s moored on the Columbia (o.k., I'm the first mate), and I spend a large percentage of my time at our beach house in Seaside." That about sums it up.
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