Interviewer Jim: Welcome back! With me today we have T-Spazz of the Bad Idea Newsletter, to explain her relative silence for the past two months. Welcome, T-Spazz!
T-Spazz: Thanks, Jim, it’s a pleasure to be here.
Jim: So T… Can I call you T?
T-Spazz: Sure thing, Jimbo.
Jim: OK. So nearly two months have passed, and you haven’t posted anything on the Bad Idea Newsletter blog. Does that mean you haven’t had any bad ideas in nearly two months?
T-Spazz: Oh, heavens no, Jimbo-lina. For me, a day without a bad idea is like a day without sunshine. Not only would that suck a lot, but it would also mean that the world ended. And now that I think about it, that would suck, too.
Jim: OK… so what *have* you been up to?
T-Spazz: Well, Jimbo-licious, a lot of things. I’d say the highlights have been playing a kick-ass show in Albany with my band, drawing some badass horses for my carousel, and carving my first bird out of butternut wood.
Jim: Sounds like quite a productive two months!
T-Spazz: Oh yes. I’ve been quite busy.
Jim: So does this mean an end to the ridiculous, half-executed bad ideas that plagued the fall?
T-Spazz: Not at all, J-Blow. I’d say the low-lights of the past two months include making a dress that didn’t fit at all, knitting a sweater that was too small, followed by completely ripping it out, re-writing the pattern and starting again, and spending the entire first week of the New Year sleeping for 16 hours a day.
Jim: Well that sounds more like the T-Spazz we all know and love! *laughs*
T-Spazz: It sure does, Jim-Bop-a-Wow-Wow, it sure does.
Jim: Well thanks so much for dropping in to share your exploits of the past few months with us! We hope to hear from you more regularly in the coming months.
T-Spazz: Abso-friggin’-lutely, Ja-Na-Na-Na.
Jim: T-Spazz, everyone!