Giving gifts happens during birthdays, Christmas, Anniversaries, and all other celebrations. So, in today's episode, I'm going to share the top 14 gift items that promote health and well-being for your families and friends. ============================== Explore the BEST WAY to reverse, treat and prevent Alopecia! Sign up to join our Hair N' Heal Program: www.alopeciaangel.com/alopeciaprogram HELP IS WITHIN YOUR REACH! Alopecia Angel is here to support you in your journey to find encouragement and healing to regain your hair and health. Reach out to us, join our community, and inspire someone by sharing my podcasts. www.alopeciaangel.com Resources: Get Healthy with Alopecia Angel Why does Alopecia Persist? Why has it been months, years, and more struggling with hair loss? 2022 — State of Your Health and Hair Update The Million Dollar Question with Alopecia and How You Can Solve It Today! Learn How You Can Heal and Reverse Alopecia Register for my Upcoming Training FREE downloads Learn more about Hair N' Heal program YouTube Channel Instagram Facebook
Here we are for episode 576! This time on the show the Chatterbox team are back together to discuss all manner of things - amongst them, of course, the 30th anniversary of Sutton Park... We also discuss some of the music and TV from 1992 and flashback to previous podcast editions! Our next episode, #577 sees Paul and Toppie taking part in a house-swap - just to prove a point about Yeti Uncle John! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any comments - you can even send me a sound-file and I'll include it. The music is by Shy Yeti and Luca. Sound effects by Paul C and Soundbible. All other content of this episode is Copyright Paul Chandler, 2022. Episode 576 was recorded on the 27th August 2022.
Which milestones should you celebrate? Josh and Sam talk about the ways you can recognize church milestones and anniversaries. These celebrations can be about an individual or churchwide anniversary.Episode Sponsor: Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary builds strong theological foundations for men and women to fulfill God's calling. They have trained and commissioned more than 46,000 graduates to serve in local churches and global mission fields. Southwestern combines the highest standards of research and scholarship with vigorous training for real-world ministry — missions, evangelism, discipleship, preaching, and worship.
#160 Barbarian, Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank, Django Unchained This week, we begin volume two of the Anniversaries. Going back ten years three times, each of the hosts will get a chance at choosing one film to highlight a 10, 20 and 30th year anniversary. Django Unchained draws first blood, with large squibs included. Barbarian is a sleeper horror hit involving a house in the middle of nearly nowhere with a dark underbelly. Finally, Paws of Fury is a remake of the classic Blazing Saddles, which leads to an unfortunate blend of a movie that is too mature for kids and too infantile for adults. Next Time: Don't Worry Darling, Samaritan, Beasts of the Southern Wild email@example.com otherpodcast.com @podmoviecast Oscar: @Armenfilmmaker Ralf: @GamerRalf Twitch: SiouxTrauma Luke: @SlothMasterLuke Recent Discoveries Luke: Morbius Ralf: Shadow Oscar: Spiderhead, Taipei Suicide Story, The Sadness Show Notes 00:00:00 INTRO 00:05:52 Recent Discoveries 00:26:31 Barbarian 00:36:05 spoilers 00:52:20 Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank 01:09:01 spoilers 01:17:55 Django Unchained 01:52:46 EXIT
This weeks episode Ryan and Robin chat about the importance of balance when it comes to consuming beer, Ryan's recent big changes away from Social Media and recent studies on the health impacts of over consumption. They also talk about Oktoberfest, what fall and winter beer styles they are excited to get their hands on in the next couple months and highlight a few upcoming Anniversaries including Laylow's 6th and Junctions 10th! Thanks for tuning in!
We actually had a whole different podcast planned for this episode but we had to take some time out to celebrate the classic albums from Jon B ("Cool Relax"), Usher ("My Way") and Mariah Carey "Butterfly". We dissect each album, talk about our favorite songs from each of these projects and talk about the impact that these projects had on the artists' careers. Come reminisce with us and celebrate the release of these amazing albums!
On Episode 113 of the RETROZEST podcast, Curtis celebrates the Landmark Anniversaries of three albums by his favorite band of all time, RUSH! These albums are: A FAREWELL TO KINGS (45th), SIGNALS (40th) and HOLD YOUR FIRE (35th). They were released in September 1977, September 1982 and September 1987 respectively. Joining Curtis to assist are two very special guests; Gerry Schramm from Something For Nothing: A RUSH Fancast and Tim Durling from Tim's Vinyl Confessions. If you'd like an additional RUSH fix related to SIGNALS, check out a track-by-track analysis of that album on Ridiculous Rock Record Reviews Podcast Episode #121. This was the first episode of the R4 Podcast upon which Curtis appeared as a guest reviewer. Incidentally, you may help the podcast by purchasing a RUSH T-Shirt or two (many different designs and colors!) from our store by clicking HERE. You may also help the RetroZest Podcast by purchasing a Celebrity Video Message gift for a friend/family member from CelebVM! Choose from celebrities like Barry Williams, Gary Busey, Ernie Hudson, Robert Fripp, Right Said Fred, etc.! Simply enter their website through our portal at store.retrozest.com/celebvm, and shop as you normally would; it's no extra cost to you at all! Contact Curtis at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Also, check us out on TikTok!
20 years of marriage and memories! It's our 20th wedding anniversary and today I have my hubby on as a special guest to chat about anniversary and marriage memories. Our honeymoon in Paris, being mugged at gun point in Guatemala and sometimes as simple as just enjoying the all you can eat bread sticks at Olive Garden. It's been an exciting ride to say the least! We are also talking about why we love our marriage and how we have truly found joy these past 20 years. What exactly does it mean to have a Christ centered marriage? We talk about that too, and how you too can have a joyful God centered marriage! You can find the show notes on my website: marriedrogersneighborhood.com You can find info HERE on signing up for our Pre Marital Guidance course *WHICH LAUNCHED ON SEPTEMBER 8 2022*, our 20th wedding anniversary! Follow and interact with Caroline on social platforms at: Instagram: @marriedrogersneighborhood Facebook: @marriedrogersneighborhood Twitter: @marriedrogers Clubhouse: @marriedrogers YouTube Channel: Married Rogers Neighborhood You can subscribe to receive and email newsletter keeping you informed of coming content. (We promise not to spam you) Podcast Music Composed and performed by Jamie Miller If you would like more information on Jamie's Song Writing and performing services you can ask Caroline on any of the above platforms listed for her official contact info. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/housewivesofthekingdom/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/housewivesofthekingdom/support
In this episode, Christina and Meghan talk about celebrating anniversaries and big events after loss. Specifically, Christina just endured what would have been her 25th wedding anniversary with her late husband, Michael. These two widows talk about things you can do as a friend or supporter of someone who is grieving, as well as ideas for how to celebrate these events. The feelings and reactions to important dates is not always the same from person to person, and it's not even the same year to year. That's okay. However you grieve is valid.
On this episode of "Date Night with Jake and Page" your hosts celebrate their Sweet 16th wedding anniversary! At least they think that's what they're celebrating. Or... when they're celebrating it? Tune in to see who you agree with about the rules of celebration and to hear what Jake, Page, Michael Jordan, and one of the singers in "Color Me Badd" all have in common. Comment below and let us know when your wedding anniversary is and what you remember from the year you made it official! Speaking of things to celebrate, this episode is sponsored by Harriett's Hamburgers and they're turning TWO on September 14th! Harriett's Hamburgers is conveniently located right by the entrance to Optimist Hall in Charlotte. Just follow your nose to the delish burgers, fries, and sauces (Page won't shut up about the sauces) and scoop some cool gear while you're there. Even Jake (the family merch snoot) thinks their stuff is cool. And all the Fehlings (YUGE burger connoisseurs) agree these burgers are a MUST for any hungry Charlottean. Follow Harriett's Hamburgers on social at: Instagram @harriets.hamburgers Facebook: @Harrietts.Hamburgers Thanks for listening and please hit "subscribe" so you're sure to catch all upcoming episodes!
In honour of our wedding anniversary this past weekend, I figured I'd have Lucas back on this week to share a bit more about our love story and play a little game of “would you rather?” We hope to make you smile as we share some funny stories and lessons we've learned along the way. We also answered a bunch of questions from my instagram so make sure you're following @findingsparklechasinglight to join in the community fun!Oh, and as per the show, here are Lucas' two favourite hair products: Bona Fide Matte and Victory Claymore both from his fantastic barber, Dexter, at Town Barber in Toronto.Special thanks to Mike Halyk for the music, and Alyssa Nicole from Suech and Beck for the wedding photo on the episode cover.
Do you ever wonder why birthdays after birth trauma are so difficult? Why it's so hard to celebrate your child, even though that's what you want more than anything? Then this episode is for you! We're talking all things birthdays and anniversaries after birth trauma. We're talking the messy complex feelings that come up and how to cope with them. Birthdays and anniversaries bring up so much anxiety and fear, my hope is that this episode helps you better understand those feelings and provides you a blueprint for how to cope with them. For more birth trauma content and a community full of love and support, head to my Instagram at @birthtrauma_mama. Learn more about the support and services I offer through The Birth Trauma Mama Therapy & Support Services.
David hops on to give shout outs to celebrate others recovery anniversaries! Also, he discusses steps, a couple of passages from recovery literature, as well as the newcomer being the most important person. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/recoverynuggetspodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/recoverynuggetspodcast/support
Past and future (we hope!) guest and Film Studies Lecturer at Webster University Cait Lore presents Rainer Werner Fassbinder's 1972 queer classic "The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant." First, the latest episode in the Golden Anniversaries mini-series starts with Andrew and Josh talking about a few films that are Now Showing: "Orphan: First Kill," "Beast," and "A Love Song." The Lens returns from summer vacation in two weeks with the Nancy/Nora mini-series, highlighting the careers of writer-directors Meyers and Ephron. First up, get your antacid ready for Josh's pick of "Heartburn," Mike Nichol's adaptation of Ephron's autobiographical book starring Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson. Please share, subscribe, and review! Follow us @stlfilmfest on Instagram/Twitter/Letterboxd and @CinemaStLouis on Facebook.
Long time listener and first time player Kathy had a fabulous time and her score was tied up by Staci. Can you get the tie breaker any faster and be Smarter Than Staci today? Aired August 15th, 2022
This week, we talk about how it feels on the “big” days without our person including holidays (e.g. Christmas, Thanksgiving, Mother's/Father's Day), birthdays, death anniversaries, and more. The first holiday season is always horrible, but that's not to say that their absence ever goes away. Other days like death anniversaries, birthdays, and New Years force us to acknowledge how much time has passed which is extremely painful too. Overall, people assume grief is the worst on these stand out days, however, grief lives in the everyday and sometimes the smaller, more normal days hurt the most. https://linktr.ee/griefuncensoredpodcast
In hour 2, guest host Mike Opelka talks about sad anniversaries of the terrible Afghanistan exit. Also the Squad wants free money for student loans. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you download the WMAL app, visit WMAL.com or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 9:00am-12:00pm Monday-Friday.To join the conversation, check us out on twitter @WMAL and @ChrisPlanteShowSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The ladies welcome back Nick Irene from WrestleRave! They discuss the promotion's First Anniversary Spectacular, and how he FINALLY brokered a deal with The Kirks to get them and the missing WrestleRave Championship back to Houston! Plus, Boss Lady goes off on Tony Khan and the latest craziest from social media!
Former Salon film critic and "Opening Wednesday at a Theater or Drive-In Near You: The Shadow Cinema of the American '70s" author Charles Taylor discusses "Lady Sings the Blues" in the latest Golden Anniversaries episode. A Billie Holliday biopic starring an Oscar-nominated Diana Ross? Ticket for one, please and thank you. The Lens returns from summer vacation beginning in September with the Nancy and Nora mini-series, highlighting the careers of writer-directors Meyers and Ephron. Until then, stay tuned for more Golden Anniversary discussions. Next up, former guest and Film Studies Lecturer at Webster University Cait Lore will present Rainer Werner Fassbinder's queer classic "The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant." Please share, subscribe, and review! Follow us @stlfilmfest on Instagram/Twitter/Letterboxd and @CinemaStLouis on Facebook.
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As we all know, the 35th Anniversary is the most important of all Anniversaries - and this is the 35th Anniversary of the Action Movie Classic, 1987's Predator. To celebrate, Matt and Dereck review the new Prey sequel, now streaming on Disney+. Can a Disney property really live up to the Predator name? How does this stack up against the original? And could this movie find itself in the AMHOF in 5 years?
Your Monday NewsLink for the week of August 8, 2020. This week's news comes from Wings 4 Water, Lee's Summit Chilifest, Summit Theatre Group, Bridge Space and Pro Deo Youth Center.
Patrick and Mark put on their cutest hats to discuss the latest Pokemon Presents announcements. Anniversaries! New features! The rumbly tummy of Mewtwo! This presentation has it all! The guys talk about: Pokemon World Championship Pokemon Go Pokemon Unite Pokemon Masters EX Pokemon Cafe Remix Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet FRIEND US ON SWITCH Patrick: SW-1401-2882-4137 Mark: SW-8112-0583-0050
Whether you call them anniversaries or birthdays, marking each year after your child has passed will be emotionally fraught. Anxiety about what the day will feel like; nervous for how family and friends will react; differences of opinions on how to celebrate their life. In this episode Matt & Liam discuss what it is like approaching the first birthday of your child and how you can best prepare for it. They also give advice and tips on how to broach the subject with friends and family, and importantly how couples can communicate with each other to make sure you both make the best of the day. Leaning on their experience of miscarriage and stillbirth, the dads talk about what it is like to have to think through one single date in the year and also multiple dates of significance. We'd love you to get in touch so please message us on Instagram or Facebook and for our socials search @dadstillstanding. You can also email the show email@example.com. 'Dad Still Standing' is a Factory Originals production.
200 EPISODES! It hardly seems possible that Michelle & Jacob have been hosting this show for so long, but here we are! Today they are talking about some of their favorite movies that have big anniversaries this year as well. Django Unchained (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3S7lHxm Django Unchained (BLU-RAY)- https://bit.ly/3vo7thY Candyman (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3S2M87v Spirited Away (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3oConWj Spirited Away (BLU-RAY)- https://bit.ly/3PJisL2 Resident Evil (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3zOTV1L Resident Evil (BLU-RAY)- https://bit.ly/3S8BDiZ Batman Returns (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3Brqxji The Wire: Season One (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3cRim5e E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3PJTYkD E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (BLU-RAY)- https://bit.ly/3zOSXm9 The Thing (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3Q6MSXr The Thing (BLU-RAY)- https://bit.ly/3BpYZe6 Alien 3 (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3zHLfdr Alien 3 (BLU-RAY)- https://bit.ly/3OIWq9Z Marvel's The Avengers (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3bbVayr Marvel's The Avengers (BLU-RAY)- https://bit.ly/3ze6TUX First Blood (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3cLkQlN First Blood (BLU-RAY)- https://bit.ly/3vnPAj7 The Raid 2 (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3BFU9tp The Raid 2 (BLU-RAY)- https://bit.ly/3PIN5QN The Godfather (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3BrrmbS The Godfather (BLU-RAY)- https://bit.ly/3zikdaU Nosferatu (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3bckxQF
Nope, nope, nope... Amber and Mike deconstruct a current hit at the theaters and a wild ride indeed, Jordan Peele's new film, NOPE; among many other things! Skip to 27:40 if you want to just hear the review!
A bad miracle this accidental double-feature is not! Sidney Poitier's 1972 film "Buck and the Preacher" is presented by Gerald Early, Ph.D., professor of English and of African and African-American Studies, Merle Kling Professor of Modern Letters, and editor of The Common Reader at Washington University. But first, Andrew and Joshua go long (oops!) on Jordan Peele's new film "Nope," a spiritual successor of sorts to Poitier's directorial debut, with an initial general review then a spoiler-rich deep dive. The Lens returns from summer vacation beginning in September with the Nancy and Nora mini-series, highlighting the careers of writer-directors Meyers and Ephron. Until then, stay tuned for more Golden Anniversary discussions. Next up is former Salon film critic and "Opening Wednesday at a Theater or Drive-In Near You: The Shadow Cinema of the American '70s" author Charles Taylor discussing "Lady Sings the Blues." Please share, subscribe, and review! Follow us @stlfilmfest on Instagram/Twitter/Letterboxd and @CinemaStLouis on Facebook.
Hello Everyone, Welcome to our 2nd Anniversary Special! Tonight We are Going to Highlight the best moments from our first two seasons of the podcast and share what we are going to do next going into the future. I hope you all enjoy and reminisce some of our best moments. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/neurodivergentchat/support
Anticipating upcoming wedding anniversaries and remembering precious past celebrations, Catholic Mom founder Lisa Hendey and Hispanic Editor Maria Morera Johnson discuss how we celebrate anniversaries—our own, and our loved ones-- with joy.
Anniversaries are blessed opportunities for reflection and gratitude. Some anniversaries are joyous, such as the anniversary of spouses celebrating a long and holy marriage. Other anniversaries are difficult, such as the anniversary of the death of a loved one. Yet even in the difficulty of reliving the loss, it is a yearly reminder of your love for that person. There are many annual celebrations within the Church that point us to a remembrance of a particular aspect of Christ's life. But there is one “anniversary” which is celebrated daily. It's the daily commemoration of the death of our Lord at three o'clock in the afternoon. This hour is a sacred hour and is an important time to stop and reflect upon all that Jesus did for us. It's a time of gratitude as well as a time to mourn His sufferings with a holy sorrow. This hour is especially honored on Good Friday, but it's important to commemorate it every day (See Diary #1055).Do you remember the three o'clock hour? It's easy to forget this most sacred moment of the day. Our lives can become busy and hectic and we can fail to pause and recall our Lord's agony of love. But try to see it as your daily anniversary with the Lord. It is this hour that our prayers are most effective. There are special graces of Mercy bestowed upon those who pause and pray at this hour. Commit yourself to this holy devotion and our Lord will bless you abundantly.My Jesus, You hung on the Cross from noon until three in the afternoon. And at that holy hour You uttered Your final word, breathed Your last and died. May I always remember to honor this hour. May it be my daily reminder of Your perfect love. Help me to grow in devotion to Your sacred Passion, dear Lord, and through this practice, pour forth the Mercy of Your wounded Heart. Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: www.divinemercy.lifeCopyright © 2022 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.
Here we are for episode 552! Paul and his special guests discuss two of Mr Yeti's poetry collections (Rollercoaster and Third Time Lucky) that this year celebrate their 20th anniversaries - with plenty of poems shared! As well as discussing the verse, Special Guest Nick Goodman joins us to discuss shared experiences of self-publishing. Our next show, #553 sees Tallulah's Music School the centre for a lot of unwanted gossip - but is any of it actually true!? Please join us if you can! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any comments - you can even send me a sound-file and I'll include it. The music is by Shy Yeti and Luca. Sound effects by Paul C and Soundbible. All content of this episode is Copyright Paul Chandler, 2022. Episode 552 was recorded between the 12th and 13th of February 2022.
Join family therapists and authors Nancy Saxton-Lopez and Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio as we share and respond to audience members' stories of love, companionship, and loss. We welcome your comments, questions and suggestions for future topics. Nancy can be reached at email@example.com and Ken at firstname.lastname@example.org. When you send us a personal story please mention whether or not you would be okay with us sharing it within a future episode. To support our work on this podcast with a one-time gift: Venmo @Ken-Dolan-DelVecchio or PayPal(https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/kenddv?country.x=US&locale.x=en_US) To support this podcast with a monthly subscription: https://anchor.fm/kenneth-dolan-del-vecchio/support The Pet Loss Companion (book) on Amazon:: https://www.amazon.com/Pet-Loss-Companion-Healing-Therapists/dp/1484918266/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=pet+loss+companion&qid=1612535894&sr=8-3mpa... This program is a friend of Dakin Humane Society in Springfield, Mass. Dakin is a 501 (c) (3) community-supported animal welfare organization that provides shelter, medical care, spay/neuter services, and behavioral rehabilitation for more than 20,000 animals and people each year. Since its inception in 1969, Dakin has become one of the most recognized nonprofit organizations in central Massachusetts and a national leader in animal welfare. You can learn more about Dakin and make a donation at dakinhumane.org. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kenneth-dolan-del-vecchio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kenneth-dolan-del-vecchio/support
Dr. Diane Carson, KDHX film critic and professor emerita in film at St. Louis Community College, joins Cinema St. Louis' Cliff Froehlich to discuss Peter Bogdanovich's screwball classic "What's Up, Doc?" from 1972. Before the first discussion in this Golden Anniversaries series, Joshua and Andrew highlight some films that are Now Showing: "Mad God," "Watcher," "Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris," "Flux Gourmet," and "Both Sides of the Blade." The Lens returns from summer vacation beginning in September with the Nancy and Nora mini-series, highlighting the careers of writer-directors Meyers and Ephron. Until then, stay tuned for more Golden Anniversary discussions. Next up is former Salon film critic and "Opening Wednesday at a Theater or Drive-In Near You: The Shadow Cinema of the American '70s" author Charles Taylor discussing "Lady Sings the Blues." Please share, subscribe, and review! Follow us @stlfilmfest on Instagram/Twitter/Letterboxd and @CinemaStLouis on Facebook.
Synopsis Today's date marks two events in American musical history – one sad, one happy. It was on today's date in 1937 that George Gershwin died at 10:35 in the morning in a Hollywood hospital after an operation for a brain tumor. He was only 38 years old. Gershwin was the idol of Broadway and Tin Pan Alley, and also admired by the “serious” composers of his day, such as Maurice Ravel and Ralph Vaughan Williams. Even Arnold Schoenberg, the fearsome leader of the 12-tone school – and Gershwin's regular tennis partner in Los Angeles – said, in tribute, “there is no doubt that he was a great composer.” A Gershwin memorial concert was held in the Hollywood Bowl later that year, featuring notables from both classical and popular music, including Otto Klemperer, Fred Astaire, and Lily Pons. The happier anniversary we note is the founding of the Hollywood Bowl itself, on today's date in 1922. This open-air auditorium was constructed in a natural canyon in the Los Angeles area, and hosted its first public concert with the fearsomely-bearded German conductor Alfred Hertz on the podium. An audience of 5,000 cheered music by Wagner, Tchaikovsky, Grieg, and Rossini. Works by those composers still show up on Hollywood Bowl programs today, often alongside selections from now-classic Hollywood film scores, often conducted by their composers – bearded or otherwise. Music Played in Today's Program George Gershwin (1898-1937) – An American in Paris (Hollywood Bowl Orchestra; John Mauceri, cond.) Philips 438 663 Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) – 1812 Overture (Berlin Philharmonic; Herbert von Karajan, cond.) EMI Classics 65690
Why are anniversaries so important you might ask? An anniversary is the annual (or in this case monthly) recurrence of a date marking a notable event. What is the event? Our 4th consecutive month of podcasting at an extremely high level. By high level, we mean we put in a lot of time, effort, and energy-producing these episodes. Anniversaries may be synonymous with romantic relationships, yet we are here celebrating our friendships, and journey with you all. If this episode was an anniversary card what could you expect to be inside? Funny, sex-related questions surrounding the anal cavity. We bet you didn't expect that. If you subscribed to our mailing list you might see us twice a week, but that doesn't make this anniversary any less special. We actually spiced things up by adding guests to our new “Couch Cam” which you will hear us refer to them as “Couch residents”. There are times when we say “we're happy” with tears in our eyes, but in this episode, we realized it was best to say it with a lot of laughter instead. We mention a live performance. That's where you will need to hit our website to check out the video. So plug in your headphones, turn on your speaker, or crank your car's stereo and join our conversation! want to buy merch or connect with Floyd? https://instagram.com/flybasics?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Fb https://www.facebook.com/fly.basics.33Looking for us ?Insta https://instagram.com/averageblows?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Website www.averageblows.com
This week on We Like Theme Parks!When Bondo and Miriam aren't around, Gene and TinkerJ kick open the doors and let their friends come over! This week, special guests Rosie Rosales from We Like Theme Parks Puppets and Teacup for One's Matt Yipchuck, as they join the wildly debated topic, are we excited for the new Tiana Splash Mountain?We cover all the Bayou business, along with Chapek's brand new contract and then Tinker J trip reports her latest Disney trip, but this one is more of the romantic variety, as it was anniversary time for Team Tinker!We have all that nonsense and even more nonsense and it's right here on episode 228 of the We Like Theme Parks podcast!
Happy One-Year Anniversary to The Manly Catholic!Well, we made it. One year down and we have all you to thank for it. It truly has been a work of the Holy Spirit this last year. Would anyone listen? Can we keep it up? Would anyone want to be a guest? It truly is remarkable what the Holy Spirit can do when you simply allow him to work. In this anniversary and special live episode, James and Father Dom discuss some surprises of their first year on the podcast and the hot button topic of the day: abortion. Like what you heard? Maybe you just enjoy reading James's show notes? Please prayerfully consider supporting the podcast on our Patreon page. to help grow the show to reach as many men as possible! Thank you for your prayers and support. Partners: Sword & Spade Magazine → We often talk about Fraternus, an incredible organization that strives to connect men with their children and get them outside! Subscribe to their magazine by using this link and help support them and our show! As always, please pray for us! We are men who are striving every day to be holy, to become saints and we cannot do that without the help of the Holy Ghost! Get social with us:Follow us on the ‘gram.'Join our private FB group exclusively for our listeners.Tweet us here. Subscribe to our YouTube page to see our manly and holy faces Contact us directly:email@example.comResources mentioned in the episode:Catechism of the Catholic Church online National Catholic Register article on overturning of Roe vs. WadeWhat is a fetus?What is an embryo? Roe vs. Wade Wikipedia explanationDidacheGaudium et Spes Fearfully and Wonderfully Made by Trent HornDr. Stephanie Gray Connors talkRachel's Vineyard Help Pregnancy Aid GRSupport the show
Franklin Stubbs hit a grand slam to cap an improbable seven-run rally to beat the Cardinals on July 6, 1988. Thirty-four years later, I look back at my memories from that game, which I attended with my older brother. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Franklin Stubbs hit a grand slam to cap an improbable seven-run rally to beat the Cardinals on July 6, 1988. Thirty-four years later, I look back at my memories from that game, which I attended with my older brother. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Would it surprise you to find out that John wants to be a float in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade? Of course not, but he's going to tell us today regardless. Plus a roundup of John and Mark's visit to Charlotte, NC for Keller-Williams. Mark admits to watching Charlie's Angels for the educational value (insert eye roll). The boys talk about the John's Crazy Socks sock design contest that they just kicked off with a grand prize of $1,000 AND the ability to be SOCK FAMOUS. Plus John takes a trip to Ithaca for the Athlete's Leadership Council but follows it up with the opening ceremonies for the NYS Spring Games for the Special Olympics! Of course, John competed and even brought home some gold! Also wishing Mark and his wife Carol (John's beautiful mom) a happy 41st anniversary! All the old standbys like health updates, John's love life, impactful businesses, good news and bad jokes. Please help us spread happiness by sharing this show with your friends! Business to highlight: Zabs Place: https://zabsplace.org Mentioned in this episode: John's Crazy Socks sock design contest: https://johnscrazysocks.com/pages/2022-design-a-sock-contest Lexington School for the Deaf: https://www.lexnyc.org NYS Special Olympics: https://www.specialolympics-ny.org Finding John's Crazy Socks: https://johnscrazysocks.com/ Mentioned on this episode: The Lexington School for the Deaf: https://www.lexnyc.org Hosted by John & Mark Cronin, co-founders of John's Crazy Socks. Visit John's Crazy Socks here: https://johnscrazysocks.com Follow @johnscrazysocks on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok. The Spreading Happiness Podcast is produced by Launchpad 516 Studios. For show ideas, guest inquiries, general feedback, sponsorships and media inquiries, drop an email: firstname.lastname@example.org Information about Speaking Engagements with John and Mark: https://johnscrazysocks.com/pages/speaking-engagements-1 Subscribe to The Spreading Happiness Podcast on Apple Podcasts and get notified of new episodes, every Tuesday! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-spreading-happiness-podcast/id1611218712
Do you have a consistent time set aside with your spouse to talk about how your marriage is doing? In this episode of 'Why or Why Not with the Watsons', Benjamin and Kirsten talk about their longstanding tradition of talking about how their marriage is doing while they are away celebrating their anniversary. From finance, to communication and intimacy, they share how they walk through an annual "pruning" of their marriage so that they will bear better fruit the coming year. A new episode drops every Monday, so be sure to subscribe so you never miss one!
It has finally happened: Greg Miller has a Steam Deck on the way. Come watch him lose his mind. Time Stamps - 00:00:00 - Start 00:00:38 - Anniversaries and Greg's Steam Deck The Roper Report - 00:12:54 - A Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Nintendo Direct Incoming! 00:24:30 - The Quarry, Squanch's latest were gonna be Stadia Games 00:30:26 - Ad 00:31:35 - NetEase delays Diablo Immortal's China launch 00:43:17 - Tribeca Games Award goes to Thirsty Suitors 00:47:00 - Fans working on a PC version of Jak & Daxter 00:50:45 - Out today 00:54:49 - You‘re Wrong Tomorrow's Hosts: Greg & Whitta
Hour 3: The 8am hour starts with talk about the Paul McCartney concert at MetLife Stadium. We also talk about Elton John and Phil Collins. We also talk about artists we are not allowed to play on CBS Sports Network. Jerry says he has never been to a boxing match. C-Lo returns for another update and starts with the Yankees loss in Toronto with audio from fill in play by play man Justin Shackil. The Mets lost to the Marlins yesterday. Pirate rookie Jack Suwinski hit 3 HRs, including a walk off. In the final segment of the hour we talk about wedding anniversaries and going back to your honeymoon spot. We talk about Pirates 6'7” shortstop Oneil Cruz. Jerry wonders about a salary floor, making teams have a competitive payroll.
This podcast episode is also available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/pjApllPFpas (https://youtu.be/pjApllPFpas) 137: "Not only do I know that I'm seen, I know that I'm supported." Celebrating the anniversaries of TFAW Project and BuyUsBoba.com with Jen and Nani Jen and Nani check in with our TFAW community with a surprise bonus episode! They celebrate two major events: the one year anniversary of Tsismis with Jen and Nani on BuyUsBoba.com and the three year anniversary of TFAW Project podcast show! They express their gratitude for our community growing and adapting together, why it's taken till this point to value their financial worth, a walkthrough of BuyUsBoba.com, and much more. Patricia Fajardo has been working behind the scenes with Jen Amos since 2019 on various projects. Now, we're happy to announce that she will be taking a more visible role with TFAW Project! Patricia will be another point of contact for our growing community. You'll likely find her active on Discord, social media, and the many ways we engage with all of you! Learn more about Patricia at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/p/1266410 (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/p/1266410) -- LOVE OUR SHOW? Show your support and get exclusive access to the "Tsismis with Jen & Nani" podcast by visiting http://www.buyusboba.com/ (http://www.buyusboba.com/) FREE ONLINE COMMUNITY: Join us on Discord https://discord.gg/2hSaHK9Cps (https://discord.gg/2hSaHK9Cps) NEWSLETTER: Receive the latest stories and life lessons from our community by subscribing to our newsletter: http://eepurl.com/cO0bif (http://eepurl.com/cO0bif) ABOUT US: Welcome to the Filipino American Woman Project - A Podcast Show that shares stories and life lessons told by individuals living (or have lived) in America, that are of Filipino descent and identify as female or non-binary. UPCOMING BOOK: Special thanks to the Bulosan Center for Filipino Studies at UC Davis for the opportunity to present our academic paper, Pinay Podcasters: Building a Self-Sustaining Community Through Storytelling, Collective Healing & Learning, and Collaboration. The initial draft is now available! Read more at http://pinaypodcasters.com/ (http://pinaypodcasters.com/) RECOGNITION: In December 2020 and December 2021, we received an Honorable Mention at the Asian American Podcaster's Golden Crane Podcast Awards. August 2020, Jen Amos participated as a speaker on behalf of TFAW Project for PodFest Global, which now holds the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for Largest Attendance for a Virtual Podcasting Conference in One Week. May 2020, we were recognized as “Amplifying Asian Women Voices” on Spotify during AAPI Heritage Month. We've also been featured in Realtime Community Oakland, Mochi Magazine, Ossa Collective, SUPERBANDS, Chopsticks Alley, FoundHer by Entrepinayship, Spotify, PodFest Expo, Philippine American Foundation for Charities, When In Manila, You Are Collect;ve, San Diego Union Tribune, NBC 7 San Diego, and much more! Read more at: https://linktr.ee/tfawproject.featured (https://linktr.ee/tfawproject.featured) CONTACT US: Find us on social media: Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman, Facebook @thefilipinoamericanwoman, Twitter @thefilamwoman, YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-IzWjkLCof3Pf7TW8ExyXw (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-IzWjkLCof3Pf7TW8ExyXw) Learn more about our co-hosts Jen at https://linktr.ee/thejenamos (https://linktr.ee/thejenamos) and Nani at https://notesbynani.com/ (https://notesbynani.com/) Have something to share? Email Jen at email@example.com or Nani at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave us a voice or text message at 415-484-TFAW(8329)
Annual mile markers, like birthdays, anniversaries, and holidays prompt us to reflect on the past year. The act of reflection helps us to cultivate appreciation and enjoyment from our past experiences, but doing it in thoughtful ways is actually a really effective way we can work to create our future intentionally. I recently celebrated my 41st birthday, a milestone in my business, and my anniversary with my partner, and took time to do my own little ritual of reflection by answering just four simple questions. Listen to this week's podcast episode to learn what the four questions are and how the answers can help you create a future so good, you can't even imagine it right now. Get full show notes and more information here: https://unfuckyourbrain.com/241