Apr 6, 2020
In the second part of this Day in the Life episode, Katy offers a rare glimpse into what it’s like to edit and a long piece of tape, extracting its gems to transform it into something engaging.
Karen, a US expat in the Dolomites, cycles home from work, hoping not to be stopped by the Carabinieri, to Jill in Oregon spots a hummingbird and looks for the silver lining in the midst of chaos.
From Steve and Linda in Orvieto making homemade pizza to Simon from Melbourne as he walks his dog to Valentina in Trentino counting her blessings via social media. Lastly, take a peek into Katy and her husband Derek’s craft night in Seattle.
We end this show with the song Six Feet Apart, sent in by Seattle artists Miles and Katrina, and inspired by the social isolation of the coronavirus pandemic.
Find Part 1 here.
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