Back with Spoken Label (Author / Artist Podcast) today is our returning friend “Ilaria Passeri” Ilaria Passeri is a Scottish-Italian writer-performer living in South Manchester. She works as a storyteller in schools, libraries, art centres, theatres and woodland areas. You can often find Ilaria under a tree telling stories with a rubber chicken and a crowd of giggling kids with their grown-ups — failing that, you may find her on a train lugging around a suitcase of puppets or in a sweaty pub room telling people all her secrets through a microphone. She performed her debut show ‘Lady Ilaria's Drawers' at The Hen and Chickens as part of the Camden Fringe Festival and received a four-star review. Before becoming a writer and storyteller, Ilaria was Mandy the CrimeSolving Monkey, Sparkle Chops the Elf, a Bar Crawl Babe, an Aperol Spritz Girl and she also worked in a call centre for three days. In this Spoken Label Session, we talk about her show from a few years back “Lady Ilaria's drawers” and what led into her book ‘Tales of a confused Life'. Instagram @ilariathestoryteller Twitter @ilariapasseri
Drawers, floors, doors - let's go! Come with us and the family Madrigal as we unpack Encanto, a magical tale of a family blessed with gifts and riddled with trauma, set in beautiful Colombia. Don't miss: The way this film's team learned from other past films to make this one the best it could possibly be How many specific Colombian cultural elements the film incorporates A discussion of the character development within this film, both in range and growth, that sets the new gold standard for the category in our rubric Our final score, which sets the bar high for any future Disney films we may cover down the line PLUS, we talk through all the thoughts our audience had when they watched the movie, including several members of our community on Twitter! Links for you: Our website has our ranking spreadsheet for all the movies we've rated so far Join our ‘Ohana to be among the first to know about new content we're developing Follow us on Twitter @definingdisney and let us know your thoughts on Encanto When our transcription is available, we'll link it here Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss a single episode, and if you enjoyed this one, please leave us a rating and review. Thanks for listening and we'll see ya real soon!
We're not really sure what to call this episode. It's the worst show we've ever made, but we had a lot of fun making it. So there's that! Ostensibly it's about the Guardians of the Galaxy and gift giving season, but what is it really about? We're not really sure. Probably some deep-seated issues we need to work through with a professional. Anyway, hope you enjoy it. But you probably won't. But you probably will. Don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify!Twitter: @confidently_podInstagram: @confidently_podWebsite: https://confidentlywrong.simplecast.comCredits:Hosted by: Wesley Nakamura, Brian Redondo, Savon JonesEdited by: Wesley NakamuraTheme Music: Implied Authority by Bass ElfLink: https://soundcloud.com/bass_elf_music
In the 2nd hour of the show Jake and Cody discuss Justin Verlander's potential landing spots, why the Astros likely aren't one of the front runners for JV, what needs to change for the Aggies after another depressing Saturday, Cody shares his conspiracy as to why we haven't seen Kyle Allen yet, and they name some Winners, Losers & Drawers (?) from the past few days in the sports world.
We talk about Dallas's possible plans to give Dealey Plaza a facelift, the mysterious man in blue, the Mafia & CIA, and numerous witness statements indicating shots from the Knoll. And of course, everyone's favorite, emails!
In Episode #25 of Busybee Refinishing with MelDidItHerself, I outline some of the many ways you can add a fun pop of creativity to your furniture makeovers by giving some lovin' to the drawers of your furniture flips. This is a large part of the real estate of your refinished furniture and it often goes under-addressed or forgotten altogether, so this episode reviews some of your options: adding furniture salve to your furniture drawers, how to add a drawer liner and where to get drawer liners for your furniture makeovers, and different options for adding a stencil to the drawers of your painted pieces. If you have ever wondered “how do I make my furniture makeovers stand out against the competition” or “what would be an unexpected creative pop to add to my upcycled furniture”, this episode is for you! Links mentioned in this episode: Sign up for the Friday Furniture Focus newsletter on my website (scroll to the bottom) to get weekly furniture makeover inspo, learn tips and tricks for furniture flips, and a Q&A with a featured furniture artist for you to discover Big Mama's Butta from Dixie Belle* Hemp Oil from Fusion Mineral Paint* Howard's Feed N Wax* ModPodge* Redesign with Prima Stick n Style stencils Other links you may be interested in: Check out my coaching/consultation services to start or supercharge your furniture painting and refinishing business Try out some of my favourites from Fusion Mineral Paint - save 10% off! My Free Guide and Checklist for Starting a Furniture Painting and Refinishing Business SpeakPipe Link - leave me a question you'd like answered, or a suggestion for an upcoming podcast episode! Are you loving the Busybee Refinishing with MelDidItHerself podcast? Let the world know by leaving a rating on whatever platform you're listening on, and leave a review on Apple Podcasts letting me know what you're loving, or what you've learned that you're going to take back into your work - this will help more busybees like us discover this community and join us every week to gush about all things furniture refinishing. Can't get enough MelDidItHerself? Check out my Instagram, YouTube and TikTok for more furniture refinishing, painting, DIY and lifestyle content to tide you over until next week's episode. Email Mel@MelDidItHerself.ca for sponsorships, or just to say hey! *this is an affiliate link, which means that I earn a small commission when you use my links at no additional cost to you!
Happy Spooky Wednesday! This week Kala talks about Bobby Mackey's Music World in Wilder, Kentucky. This country music club sits on the land that once held a slaughterhouse, possible cult activity, a dumping ground after a murder, illegal drinking and gambling, mob activity, and just general shady behavior. All of that changed when it was purchased by Bobby Mackey in the 70s, but the years of darkness may have left it's mark in the building. It's so haunted that it's had books and television shows about it, and they host weekly ghost tours. Come for the ghosts, stay for the music. And Brittany talks about the Conjure Chest. This is not some kind of treasure chest, it is a chest of drawers that had a tendency to curse whoever stores their clothing in it. This gorgeous mahogany piece of furniture has allegedly responsible for the deaths of seventeen people who have come into contact with it. With the first few people you may think it just karma for being terrible people, but after a while it becomes a bit too much to just be coincidence or karma. Maybe these people should have just gone to IKEA.
Today on the show we went through what was in everybodys bedside drawers... honestly some weird shit. We did a relationship test between two listeners and talked about some unethical life hacks! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ever wonder what to do with all your randoms you need, but don't necessarily have the proper space for storing? This episode will have you rethinking some of your drawers and cabinets for all those miscellaneous items that need a home, using the 3 E's. Whether it's an endless amount of Pokémon cards (Yep! We're in that boat now!), kids toys and activities, clothes, books, seasonal items, gift wrapping supplies, or any other randoms you can't live without, you may have the imperfectly perfect spot for them if you think outside the box (or drawer, or cabinet)! Highlights from this episode:(04:15) The beauty of a random cabinet(08:08) Miscellaneous bins(11:15) Containers, containers, containers(15:20) Kids' activity areas Mentioned on this episode:Ep 1: The 3 E's PhilosophyEp 4: The Unjunky Junk DrawerEp 58: Under-the-Stairs Closet Organization How to Organize Your Junk Drawer YouTube video I hope this episode gives you some creative ideas for organizing the miscellaneous areas in your home! Helpful Links:Book your VIRTUAL Organizing Session with me today! Here's my 3 E's Checklist for getting organized. Grab a copy of my book:I'VE GOT YOU, GIRLFRIEND!Why Getting Organized & Living This Mom Life is NOT a Solo Mission SUBSCRIBE to the Mom's Organization Motivation YouTube Channel here. For more resources to organize and style your busy life in 3 simple steps, checkout EverythingWithStyle.com, listen to my FREE Masterclass, and connect with me on Instagram @everythingwithstylemom for some organization motivation!
We all have that one t-shirt. You know the one I'm talking about—it's the one you've had for years and years, and it's seen better days. It's comfortable, sure, but it's also stained, full of holes, and maybe a little bit smelly. Just like an old t-shirt, our emotional baggage can be stained with the negative experiences of our past. It can be full of holes from all the times we've been hurt. And it can be so threadbare that it doesn't provide any warmth or protection anymore. Sound familiar? That's because that old t-shirt in your closet is a lot like your emotional baggage. Listen in and let me explain.
Thursday - November 3, 20227:00 - 8:00 p.m. Michel Huot 9:00 - 10:00 p.m. Saint and HintonFriday, November 4, 202211:00 - 12:00 Newcomer Lecture1:00 - 2:00 David Regal2:00 - 3:30 Lunch3:30 - 4:30 Terry Ward5:30 - 7:00 Insights with Boris Wild (Standing Ovations), Terry Ward (The Theme Park Life), Bernie Chickering (Gaff Cards), David Regal (Producing The Carbonaro Effect), Max Nelsoon (What's in Max's Drawers?), and Steve Beam (Guest of Honor Interview)7:00 - 8:30 Dinner8:30 - 9:30 Boris Wild9:30 Pizza Party This was the video talked about during the podcast. View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize View fullsize Time stamps for this episode: 00:00:18 - We start off the trip at the airport with coffee and Dunkin' Donuts00:03:54 -Charlie Randall talks about attending the TRICS convention and his excitement about attending again this year.00:08:29 - Scott Robinson, the organizer of TRICS, tells us what to expect and who is will be performing and some of the challenges he's faced with last minute changes to booking the talent.00:16:32 - Chris Hage, WonderCraftcards.com is one of the dealers who designs and sells playing cards.00:23:03 - Gregory Wilson is a last minute fill-in and talks about moving to Las Vegas, lecture items, places he's been performing, and much more.00:42:35 - Marv Leventhal was a co-editor of the old Minotaur Magazine (along with Dan Harlan) talks about this and other magic conventions and how TRICS compares.00:51:22 - Kyle Purnell talks about how TRICS has helped him find attention such that he is working at other conventions like MagiFest plus some of his new creative ideas.00:56:37 - We wrap up the day with one of the performers and presenters, Terry Ward. Download this podcast in an MP3 file by Clicking Here and then right click to save the file. You can also subscribe to the RSS feed by Clicking Here. You can download or listen to the podcast through Stitcher by Clicking Here or through FeedPress by Clicking Here or through Tunein.com by Clicking Here or through iHeart Radio by Clicking Here..If you have a Spotify account, then you can also hear us through that app, too. You can also listen through your Amazon Alexa and Google Home devices. Remember, you can download it through the iTunes store, too. See the preview page by Clicking Here
On today's episode, Louis shares his story. He talks about growing up, his time in prison, and the ministry he's involved in now. They guys also talk about how to keep it real. Louis has great perspective on life, ministry, and authenticity that we all can learn from. Won't you please consider becoming part of the BS Crew? To find out more and join, go to https://www.patreon.com/bumperstickerfaith. Feel free to comment and be sure to share. Thanks for listening. Our website: www.bumperstickerfaith.com Join the BS Crew: https://www.patreon.com/bumperstickerfaith Find us on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bumper-sticker-faith/id1607763646 Or Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1OZgz7PIQPEmMKSaj75Hc7 Music is by Skilsel
It's another madcap weekend edition with Steven and Marc discussing the latest news from Google, new products from Logitech and what's in Marc's drawers. Following the release of the new K380 and MX Mechanical Mini keyboards from Logitech, Marc talks about his recent conversation with the company on why it takes five years to develop a keyboard. Also Steven and Marc discuss the new Pixel range of phones and a new accessibility feature that will make it easier for blind people to take selfies, plus what's new in the Pixel Watch and Pixel Tablets devices. And finally we discuss the mess that is our studios. Marc suggests that Steven and he should give away what's lying around in our offices, but what do you think? Send your feedback to email@example.com or call 1-877-803-4567 and leave us a voicemail. You can also find us across social media @DoubleTapOnAir.
Alternative Titles for this episode include Don't Bite That Hedgehog!, Diet Soda Hostage Situation, and Just Another Monday BiffDayJoin us this week as we jump right in to our normal book corner, explore modern television, talk about the importance of reading to your babies, remodel our rooms, and take a potty break. It's time to Call Your Mom!
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In this episode of Thick Threads, Pat goes into some shameful confessions of the lowest gifts that made men give up the drawers, while Persephanii covers some CRAZY edible stories!! …Brace yourself, as Thick Threads takes you down some RANDOM rabbit hole in the most hilarious parts of the dark web!!
Our guest Rachel @engagingearlylearners joins us on the TT pod to talk about getting organized for the new school year! Bins, Drawers, Labels OH MY! Listen as we talk about how to start the year off on a good foot and how closing your classroom in an organized way can really make all of the difference.
Italian-Australian actress, opera singer, cookbook author, and television host Silvia Colloca on:• loving ageing, but loathing the pressure of milestone birthdays • clearing out the relationship ‘junk drawer' • the time she cried and raged at a glamorous photo shoot • the challenge of finding friendships in a second language. Every woman has a story to tell. This is Silvia's. CREDITS: Hosts: Lise Carlaw and Sarah Wills Guest: Silvia Colloca Instagram: @silviacollocaofficial Book: Simple Italian Producer: Jason Strozkiy - www.strozkiymedia.com CONTACT: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @liseandsarah Facebook: Those Two Girls Web: thefortyedit.com.au Book: Forty Favours the Brave See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, we're revisiting an episode on Swedish death cleaning, an organizing method that can help far beyond just downsizing your possessions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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For the first time since February, Greg Cote has a Back in My Day. Plus, Tony Boselli will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. We make fun of that. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Monica is joined by comedian, actress and violinist Rachel Green (Boss Bitch Show, Flight Attendant) who pitches us three very interesting product ideas that she actually came up with for her finance final in college! Drawers in your shoes, soundproof curtains and more. Find out which one she actually had to make an entire business plan for! Plus, they discuss her new podcast The Boss Bitch Show and it's long-running live companion as it is available now! Go follow Rachel @the1rachelgreen and @bossbitchshow. Give us all 5-star ratings and reviews and let's get the word out!
Today I talk about whether or not a junk drawer is a good thing in your home and office or a bad thing because I recently came across an article about organizing our junk drawers. So can you have a junk drawer and does it have to be organized? Find the full show notes here: https://connygraf.comWays to connect with me:Website: https://connygraf.comConnect with me on LinkedInGet to know the more private me on Instagram orLike and Follow my Facebook Page
Shug joins the show to talk about everything from hammocks to spam to trail food ideology. If you know Shug then you know there's never a dull moment in this interview!Some Topics Discussed Include:-Backpacking Gear-Backpacking Hammocks-Backpacking Food-Calling Search and RescueCheck out Shug's Youtube Channel!: https://www.youtube.com/user/shugemeryGET MORE EPISODES! There are over 80 episodes of B&B that you can get by supporting us on Patreon. It's safe and secure and it helps us put out more content. Patreon.com/backpackingandblistersCheck out XOSKIN.US Base Layers for premium quality clothing that will help you on the trail!Use coupon code 'backpacking' for 10% off.Get the BEST device on the market: Zoleo.com. Use coupon code 'BACKPACKING' for free device activation!Check out our other wonderful sponsor Summit Strength's Training for Trekking Podcast.Live Ultralight with Outdoor Vitals! OutdoorVitals.comCheck out the BEST backpacking fishing pole option: www.reyrgear.comTo react publicly or privately to any of our episodes post/message on our Facebook page, @BackpackingAndBlistersPodcast on Instagram or email: email@example.com
This week, we're sharing a coveted listener-submitted grail tale, but not just any grail tale, this one covers the absolute oldest grail we've featured yet! We also drop a few clues on how we intend to celebrate some podcast milestones we've got coming up. And you know we couldn't forget some groundbreaking comic speculation too. You're going to love it. SUPPORT THE SHOW! Subscribe to our Patreon to gain exclusive bonus content, join our private discord conversations and, of course, help Spec Tales grow. REACH OUT TO US! Share a grail tale of your own, give us some feedback, or tell us a topic you want us to discuss. Follow us on Twitter and on Instagram. You can also shoot us a message anytime at firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you're enjoying what you're listening to, do us a favor and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Positive reviews make the podcast easier to be found by other grail chasers like us. As always — thank you for listening.Spec Tales Artwork Created by Bartels Creative CoSupport the show
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When's the last time you looked in your junk drawer to see what was in it? Join John, Riley, and Rose as we reveal what was in our junk drawers and also talk to listeners about their "wish I didn't know" moments! Plus an all NEW Weekend Rollout for your Memorial Day weekend! All that and more on Your Morning Show for today!Make sure to also keep up to date with ALL of our podcasts we do below that have new episodes every week:The Thought ShowerReally RileyLet's Get WeirdCrisis on Infinite PodcastsBlake & Erick Podcast
Loper announces that he may have a part in Tecumseh this summer and you are all invited. Walmart is stepping up tactics to stop shoplifting at self checkout. Compare your junk drawer to Loper and Randi's drawer. WWE Diva, Natalya, calls in to talk Smackdown. Plus, Helium Theater, Match Game, gas prices, Depp vs Heard trial and more!
In this episode of LIGHT TALK, The Lumen Brothers discuss everything from Nosey Directors to Promotional Condoms. Join Ellen, Stan, and Steve, as they pontificate about: Is the design field overcrowded?; Should you explain your light plot to a director?; What is a "Practical Electrician"?; Out With the Old... In With the New; "Junk Drawer Starter Kit"; Concrete theatre decks; and Choosing the right type of truss. Nothing is Taboo, Nothing is Sacred, and Very Little Makes Sense.
We invite you to contribute to our podcast (click below):Refinishing TipAccolades to Another RefinisherBeginner's Bucket QuestionIf This Piece Could Talk---------------------------------------------Danielle and Evan Potter with Potter ReBarn share tips on the "do's and don'ts" in refinishing MCM pieces, plus the chat about their award winning MCM piece in Zibra's International Golden Brush Awards.---------------------------------------------Introduction to Danielle and Evan: • Where they lives, their studio and business • Chats about prices in her area • Share about their venture in redoing a Farmhouse • Winner of Best New Artist 2020 in GBAsWinner of the MCM category in Zibra's International Golden Brush Awards: • Describes their MCM piece • Shares how they imagined the piece refinished • Discuses their design choices • Fun in staging and photography this pieceDanielle and Evan share tips and the do's and don'ts when doing MCMs: • MCM is in high demand • What to expect in pricing for MCM pieces • Do not be in a rush to finish • Should you paint a MCM piece • Repairing wood that is damaged • Don't use chippy paint or distress • Why they didn't sell piece but kept it---------------------------------------------Refinishing Tip: "Drawers that rub" Kristi with Chalk It Up!, LLCZibra Flip Update: It's underway! Jen Talley with Perfectly Imperfect FurnitureWorking on their Ugly Ducklings: • Melissa with Ship's Furniture Flips • Summer with Pinewood Charm • Nicole with Prairie Vintage Charm • Amy with Weed Patch StudioBeginner's Bucket: Maggie and Nate from Silo Design answers the question, "How has selecting furniture to refinish changed for experienced refinishers?"
Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/woodshoplife Guy 1)First I want to say fantastic podcast guys. By far the best woodworking podcast out there. I recently discovered the podcast and have binge listened to old past episodes while building the cabinets for our new home. We are building a new home with a shop / garage combo and I finally have the space to buy the tools that I have never had the space to own before. Next up on my list is a drill press and trying to decide what size to get. Bench top model vs floor model, size motor, features to look for, etc. I build furniture and cabinets mostly but like pushing my creative side and making other odd things as well. I want the best bang for the money but don't mind spending a little extra to get what will be my lifetime drill press. Thanks for your help. Keep up the good work. Plan to be a long time listener but I didn't buy a SawStop so I might die soon! LOL. - Tom 2) My question is regarding learning more about design for my projects. Up to now most of my projects have been based on an existing design or product. I scroll Instagram, Pinterest, furniture store sites and find pieces similar to what I want and duplicate them or mash a few together to make my “own”. I'd like to start developing a design style of my own or pick a lane of design such as Mission or Greene and Greene and focus a little more on that. Can you recommend any books or authors to give me a better understanding of the popular design periods that speak to the elements, features, woods used and so on for the various periods of design to help pick one? I'd also be interested in any books that teach elements of a good design like proper proportions, and similar for furniture building so I can design and build a well balanced piece. There is so much it might be impossible to put it all in a book, but you all offer good insight to us listeners so I'd welcome whatever you have to offer of any recommendations you might have. Thanks all! Mike Sean 1) Gents - Found your show mid way through a 22-hour drive into Mexico. Listening to you - particularly Guy- reminds me of the people and shops I visited while a board member of the San Joaquin Fine Woodworking club in California. Simple, not too fussy advice that is useful for those picking up the woodworking hobby or far into the deep end this avocation. Keep up the good work. You've spent a fair amount of time discussing the likes and dislikes of Waterlox. A recent project was a 42” x 78” patio table from 4/4 and 8/4 sapele. Legs are 5” square steel tube tapered and coped in a McIntosch style. As it would live outdoors, I opted to finish with Waterlox Marine Finish in gloss. Prep: Sand to 220 grit; vacuum and compressed air; wipe down with mineral spirits; apply Waterlox with a Jen foam brush. The first coat was a disaster with dime size voids in the finish … as if the surface was waxed before the Waterlox went down. I believe the cause was the mineral spirits: I applied the finish about a half hour after after the wipe down … something I often do without issue with spar urethane. Subsequent coats went down fine after letting the piece off gas for four days. My thinking is the tung oil interacted with the residual solvent. Thoughts? Thanks - Craig P.S. Mentioned the foam brush brand because I've found it to be the only that rivals a high quality bristle brush for brush application 2)Hi guys, thanks for the podcast, really helpful info! Keep hearing your requests for more questions, so here are a few. You talked a lot about dust extraction recently. I've seen people claiming that by replacing the filter bag with a fine cartridge filter people have seen major improvements in the performance of their extractor units. Do you have any experience with these? Thanks for all the time you put in, love listening. Best wishes - Chris (UK based enthusiastic amateur) Huy 1)Hi, long time listener that truly appreciates all of the wisdom and humor you have provided over the years in your great podcast. I have a couple design questions for a sofa and a pair of side tables I am making for my living room. They are a pretty simple design that uses mortise and tenon joinery for the aprons and legs. I use my router with a 1/4" bit to make the mortise, and the table saw with a dado blade to make the tenons. The legs will be just under 2" from the thickest material I can get from my 8/4 stock and about 28" long. The aprons will be 3/4"thick and 6" tall, they could be slightly thicker, they will come from 4/4 stock. I want to try my hand at piston fit drawers instead of using drawer slides. How would you attach the inner structure that supports the drawers underneath and on the sides inside the table? I don't have a domino or biscuit joiner. I have never had good results with pieces attached with pocket holes staying in place during installation and I am afraid the slight movement will ruin the piston fit. Thank you. Julio 2)Gentlemen- Congratulations as you near your 100th episode, and well-deserved syndication riches. I'm about to complete my workbench of air dried black locust (top) and white oak (base). I am installing leg and twin screw tail vises. I will need to procure additional lumber for the thick components of both. I thought it might look nice to use some Walnut, but I can only get 12/4 kiln dried. I don't see a problem with the leg chop, it's attached with the vise hardware, but would dovetailing a kiln dried tail skirt onto an air dried laminated top would be asking for problems? Thank you for any advice or relevant anecdotes you may have. Tom
Spring Cleaning is physical act of cleaning up and clearing out your space and it is a mental act. Take the same opportunity to clean up and clear out your mind. On this episode, we look at how we organize our spaces and prepare for more room. 3 Places to Make Clear: 1) Clean up your Schedule 2) Clean up your Drawers 3) Clean up your closets. Make room in your schedule, your drawers and your closets to free up opportunities and make room for new things in your life.
Get ready for a wild ride everyone, because there's a lot going on with Miracle in Lane 2. It's a story of a young boy dealing with a serious illness, and how it affects both his life and the lives of those around him. Sometimes he manages to deeply inspire people he meets, and then other times people will say possibly the most awful things you've ever heard to a disabled child. Will the family be divided, or will they be brought together by the experience? Oh, and then also he decides to take up Soap Box Derby racing. Though I assure you that isn't as important to the story as you would think. So come along and join us as we try to unravel this tapestry full of subject matter that was way too complex for Disney Channel (and us too to be fair) to try and tackle. Luke just feels bad about everything and remembered things wrong. Emma incepts Ayn Rand into the show and gives a lesson dramatic reading. Talking Points: Ya Know: For Kids!, Is Soapbox Racing Even Real?, A Proto Malcom, We Are Totally Unqualified For This, The Kid In the Wheelchair Gets to Complain, Mama Bear, Night Painting, Green Light Go, God Drives Nascar, Funeral for a Wheelchair, The Yoder Sports Dynasty, Salad Dressing Memories, The Family Court, Little League Insurance Scares, On the Trophy Hunt, Dr. Kwan Rules, Never Look Through Your Parent's Drawers, Straight to the Shed, The First Projector, Special Strawberries, Vic's Dark Backstory, Cracking the Handbrake, An Insane Heart-to-Heart, Storming Off in a Wheelchair, A Poorly Aged Handling of Mental Health, The Disney+ Music Conspiracy, TROPHY-TROPHY, Biting the Bucket, Inappropriate Car Conversations With a Child, Big Soapbox Money, Last Minute Villains, Media Literacy Saves the Day, The Virtues of Tom, Wheelchair Angels
Hershall, I really don't know how to describe this episode today, but I'm quite sure it is one that you won't want to miss. We started by giving a HUGE shout-out to some friends we've met through the podcast industry. we even played an excerpt from some of their feedback on one of their episodes. As far as podcasters go, these Two guys are like Peas on a Pod, if you will. (and I know you will) We also had the normal feedback on the program today. After a torrent (big word meaning spate) of randomness we decided that Pod'N Me could be the Junk Drawer or "Catch All" if you will (and once again I know you will) of podcasts. We moved to a highly relevant subject of prepping (big word meaning to prepare) and found out that our very own Songleader Brad is a self-unsubscribed prep-er. As we finished the program Deacon Dustin brought his much needed Bible insight to the origin of a much talked about subject in the podcast, though he had to stretch to get the spelling to match up.... Hepher is the name. Just listen and see if you can follow along. If you'd like to contact us, send us some feedback to email@example.com or follow us on Instagram @podn_me. Enjoy!
Originally aired in March of 2021, this rerun from last year's month of Organization is a brief overhaul of all our organizing tips and tricks. Listen in while you declutter, and we'll be back next week to share new thoughts on those problem areas we've all got in our homes!
This week we play what turned into a very adult game of are you into that and spoke candidly on some of the toughest relationships we are in right now. Thanks for joining us again as we find new ways to Struggle Well and keep things spicy! CONNECT WITH REBECCA: website | instagram | patreon CONNECT WITH KATE: instagram | website | patreon CONNECT WITH EMILY: website | instagram | facebook | patreon SHARE THE STRUGGLE! If you've been encouraged, share this episode with a friend. The struggle is real. We might as well do this together! Do you love Mom Struggling Well? Please leave a review here! LINKS MENTIONED ON THE SHOW: Patreon | Amazon *Disclaimer: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. THE HIGHLIGHT EPISODES: Just Em | Meet Rebecca | Problem Solved | Meet Kate | A Celebration | Moms Struggling Well