Preached as part of our sermon series thru the Genesis 1-11, entitled “Firm Foundation”. Have a question or prayer request? Email Pastor Nate at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find more info about our church anytime at auburnchristian.org. The post One Family Tree appeared first on Auburn Christian Church.
Nikee is a Gold Star Mother who found her relinquished adopted sister through a DNA test. She has had 2 legal birth certificates and neither of those had the true name of her biological father.Nikee can be reached via email at email@example.com Resources Mentioned:DNA AngelsRight to KnowNPE Stories Patreon
Shardae had a startling parent/child match of 57.28% on her 23andMe DNA results. It turns out her family is much more entangled than expected.Resources Mentioned:DNA Surprises Podcast Shardae's Story (Part 1)Nonviolent Communicationby Marshall B. RosenbergNPE Stories now has a Patreon page, where listeners and guests can see additional behind-the-scenes content for each episode and support this podcast's creation.patreon.com/npestoriesThank you to the NPE Stories Patreon devotees Shawn, Marysol, and William Cook.NPE Stories facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/NPEstoriesNPE Stories Patreon
Our guest for this episode is the awesome Kate Ferdinand! She tells us about her experience of becoming a stepmum to three kids at the age of 26, and shares what she wishes she'd known at the start of her parenting journey. Kate is brilliantly honest about how she really feels about pregnancy, and the expectations around forming a blended family versus the reality. We discuss some hot topics like when you should introduce a new partner to your kids, whether you should kiss in front of them, and how to deal with discipline. Kate reveals the one thing that's been key for her family, and we hear some wise words from a kid who's been through it themselves. To finish up, Kate shares a superb Scummy Mummy Confession. Helen tells us about the time her vagina turned into a trumpet, and Kate's response leaves our jaws on the floor. Kate's new book, How to Build a Family, is packed with more fantastic advice, and it's out now. Do also check out her lovely children's book, The Family Tree, and you can find @blended on Instagram. **WE ARE ON TOUR!** Come and see our live comedy show in 2023! We are on our way to Leeds, Birmingham, Crewe, Colchester, Wimborne, Wells, Taunton, Basingstoke, Horsham, Tunbridge Wells, Leamington Spa, Corby, Harrogate, Middlesborough, Chelmsford, Lowestoft, Bristol, Brighton, Bath... And new dates are being added all the time! Keep an eye on scummymummies.com for announcements and tickets. **WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY! We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thanks for listening! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode, some NBA talk, also, Angel is not wearing a hat, we are the heaviest we've ever been, food talk, the UFC is back in Utah, Justin is leaving again, something weird you do with food, Indian food makes me gassy, are we gonna be doing a podcast in our 50s, RIP Jim Brown, old people working on their yard, and the weirdest family tree ever https://www.instagram.com/jackberger_design/ jackbergerdesign.com https://www.instagram.com/angecervera/ https://www.instagram.com/lord_longballz/
Maybe don't invest in some Ancestry.com action if you run the risk of dredging up shite you shouldn't. This episode Jill and Colleen talk Hereditary and all the twists, turns, nuts and miniatures therein! Note: consumption of this episode will not result in nut-related anaphylactic shock. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/4forgore/support
The genealogy of Jesus is important in establishing His qualification for being Israel's Messiah. It is also an important reminder that God graciously works in the lives of sinners like us to redeem us and make us a part of His eternal family. Matthew 1:1-17; Luke 3:23-38 Receive the next three issues of our monthly magazine, Heart to Heart. https://www.wisdomonline.org/lp/magazine
Shawn grew up in a blended family where all the children looked different, so he never suspected he was an NPE. Completely out of the blue an unexpected text from his sister alerted him to the fact that his dad was not his dad. Resources Mentioned:The Loss Cycle NPE Stories now has a Patreon page, where listeners and guests can see additional behind-the-scenes content for each episode and support this podcast's creation. patreon.com/npestoriesNPE Stories facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/NPEstoriesNPE Stories Patreon
Pain is NEVER the end of your story.
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The Genealogy Gems Podcast with Lisa Louise Cooke - Your Family History Show
Google Books is known for having millions of free digitized books. But did you know that it's also packed with hidden old newspapers? Since newspapers don't typically appear in your initial search results in Google Books, I'll show you two ways to filter down to only newspapers. Plus I'll also show you some of the most effective ways to quickly find the right ancestor and the right article. Get the . (This page includes affiliate links from which we are compensated. Thank you for supporting this free podcast. ) MyHeritage Get your today! Get 20% off a Publisher Extra subscription. and use coupon code genealogygems Visit Fort Wayne Fort Wayne, Indiana is the home of the second largest free genealogy library in the country. Make your plans to visit today. Learn more at Become a Genealogy Gems Premium MemberPremium Members have exclusive access to: Video classes and downloadable handouts Monthly Elevenses with Lisa show The Genealogy Gems Premium Podcast downloadable show notes handout PDFs Become a Premium Member . Free Genealogy Gems NewsletterThe Genealogy Gems email newsletter is the best way to stay informed about what's available with your Premium eLearning Membership. to sign up today. Follow Lisa and Genealogy Gems:
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Cody was raised in a family where he was not allowed to show any emotion. After discovery, his life hit rock bottom and he had to make his mental health a top priority. Through therapy and hard work Cody has come out of his depression and shares his story on the podcast. Cody Hatheway can be found on facebook and reached through email: firstname.lastname@example.orgResources Mentioned: NPE Stories now has a Patreon page, where listeners and guests can see additional behind-the-scenes content for each episode and support this podcast's creation. patreon.com/npestories NPE Stories facebook page https://www.facebook.com/NPEstoriesNPE Stories PatreonNPE Stories Patreon
Genealogy is used in solving crimes by tracing the lineage of DNA found at crime scenes to identify possible suspects and then confirming or excluding them through further DNA testing. This method, called genetic genealogy, involves comparing the crime scene DNA profile to publicly available genetic genealogy databases, and then using traditional genealogical research to identify potential relatives of the person whose DNA was found at the crime scene. The goal is to find a close relative of the person whose DNA was found, and then work backwards to identify the person responsible for the crime. This approach has been successfully used to solve a number of cold cases, particularly in the United States.In this episode, we see how this applies to the Bryan Kohberger arrest and how a new trend using genealogy to solve current cases is beginning to emerge.(commercial at 9:20)to contact me:email@example.com:How a suspect was identified in the Bryan Kohberger case (wpbf.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
Ep#147We continue our look for Bigfoot evidence as we examine the possibility that the creature could have a link to the human family. Is there any proof of this? or is it all just more legends? Join us as we take a look at what may be the Bigfoot Family Tree in this episode of Wild & Weird Radio.Special Thanks to everyone who has subscribed and shared our channel! With your help we have begun to grow exponentially and we are forever grateful. Don't forget to tune in every Thursday at 8 PM Eastern for a weekly LIVE discussion and special guest appearances. Wild & Weird RADIO LIVE
As a father, one of my biggest hopes is to leave behind something truly valuable for my children, something that will help them in their personal and professional lives. That's why I'm passionate about discussing family-owned businesses on this podcast. I believe that they're the backbone of our economy and that they have the potential to bring families together. However, as someone who has worked with many family-owned businesses over the years, I've also seen the potential pitfalls. Too often, the family dynamics can create tension and resentment, especially when it comes time to pass the business on to the next generation. I've spoken with many second and third-generation family members who feel trapped and voiceless, like they're just another "hired hand" in the family business. They struggle with feelings of inadequacy and self-doubt, and they don't feel confident in their ability to lead. It's a tough spot to be in, especially when the pressure is on to take over the business. But here's the thing: if we want our family-owned businesses to thrive and succeed for generations to come, we need to focus on the relationships between the generations. We need to foster connection and communication, to create an environment where everyone feels heard and valued. This isn't just about the business, it's about the family. I grew up in a household where my parents valued family connections and communication. They taught us family values and always encouraged us to speak up and share our thoughts and feelings. As a result, I have a strong relationship with my parents that extends beyond just parent-child, but as close friends. I believe that this is the kind of legacy that we should strive for in our family-owned businesses - one where communication is a priority, and every family member feels like they have a voice. So, if you find yourself in a family-owned business where you don't feel like you have a voice, know that you're not alone. But also know that it's time to start taking action to change that. It's time to start unpacking the things that are holding you back and finding your confidence and voice as a leader. Because your life is happening right now, and it's up to you to make the most of it. I'm excited to dive into this topic further in future episodes, but for now, let's start by focusing on building stronger family connections within our family-owned businesses. "“If you want to bring happiness to the whole world, go home and love your family.” -Mother Teresa Blessings on your path, Rev. Benjamin Norman Want more training and deep dive on building a connected family and relationship? Check us at www.scendancy.com as well as our membership app https://scendancy.passion.io
Paige was raised in poverty in Louisiana with a very rough childhood. She had heard rumors that her late father was not her dad, but this was never confirmed until she took an Ancestry DNA test. Paige has a beautiful calming presence while sharing her story on the podcast. Paige can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.orgResources Mentioned:NPE Stories now has a Patreon page, where listeners and guests can see additional behind-the-scenes content for each episode and support this podcast's creation.patreon.com/npestoriesNPE Stories facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/NPEstoriesNPE Stories Patreon
In this episode, Nabeel and Phil are joined by a father-son duo well versed in the world of tech, the Farneys. Sean Farney is Executive Director, Data Center Strategy & Innovation at JLL, responsible for driving strategy and innovation across JLL's global data center business.His son, Conall Farney, is currently a senior at Purdue University and has an Engineering Project Manager internship at Dragos, Inc, an industrial cybersecurity company on mission to safeguard civilization.Before getting to know Sean a little more, Nabeel wanted to know how life was for Conall growing up with a dad so involved in the industry:“Whether it was Legos or it was in the workshop, I was always someone that was a physical builder, I loved to build things and take things apart. I always had that kind of stem engineering mind. So to have a dad that was aligned with me in that aspect, really helped carve me and shape me to be the person I am today in the technology industry.”So far in his career, Conall has already gone through some phenomenal experiences. He shares some of his aspirations for the future:“I want to be working with people in technology. One thing that I could definitely see myself doing, you know, outside of the typical, is to start my own company and run my own company.”Sean discusses Conall's time at Purdue, and how tech has changed so much over the years“Back in the olden days, the computer stuff was all just purely nerdy and geeky, right? And that's all it was and it wasn't cool. Now it is cool and it's at the forefront of everyone's value.”Connect with Sean and Conall on Linkedin to learn more: Sean Farney | LinkedIn, Conall Farney | LinkedIn
Sacred Symbols: A PlayStation Podcast
Naughty Dog and Insomniac are the two studios often looked at as the bulwarks of PlayStation's first party family. But it's clear that -- over in Europe -- a third team is quickly climbing the depth chart: Guerrilla. In recent days, the team revealed a complete shakeup of their executive staff, and for the second time in just a few years, they're losing their leader to PlayStation proper. In other words, many compliments are being paid to a studio not only working on Horizon 3, but a Horizon multiplayer game as well, in addition to shepherding the increasingly-important Decima engine. What's the future look like for Sony with Guerrilla in increasing control? We've much to chat about. Plus: The CMA surprisingly blocks Microsoft's acquisition of Activision, a new Sony patent seemingly confirms a detachable PS5 disc drive is en route, Burning Shores' review bombing convinces Metacritic to clean up their site, and more. Then: Nearly three years out, what are our thoughts on Ghost of Tsushima? Are we ever tempted to try Final Fantasy XIV? How come Colin loves sports so much, but hates competitive gaming? Will Chris' and Colin's portraits hang in an Ohio deli like two communist dictators? Thanks to our sponsors! Get 20% off at https://www.liquidiv.com and use code Sacred at checkout Sign up for a Chime Checking Account at https://www.chime.com/sacred Get up to 55% off your subscription at https://www.babbel.com/sacred Get a 1-year supply of Vitamin D and 5 travel packs for free at https://www.athleticgreens.com/sacred Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Its like a regular episode, but with Indian spices.
Brittani is healing not broken, she shares her story of healing through depression and creating a healing cycle for herself and for others. Finding out you are an NPE is at most times very difficult and hard to process, Brittani wanted to share her story in hopes to help others going through a similar journey, to help normalize the emotions that can come up while healing trauma. She is the creator of healing not broken which has sourced three affirmation decks, art work and led her to become a reiki master and life coach. This is the first time Brittani has shared her story publicly and truly hopes it can help many along their journey. social media: @healingnotbrokenpodcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spirit-rehab-a-healing-not-broken-audio-experience/id1649989456website: www.healingnotbrokendesigns.comResources Mentioned:Peter J. BoniUprooted: Family Trauma, Unknown Origins, and the Secretive History of Artificial InseminationRenee GelinSaving Our SistersThe link to the Baby Brokers Newsy video is here:https://scrippsnews.com/stories/the-profits-and-problems-with-private-adoption/?jwsource=clAll You Have Is Love - Infant Adoption Industry documentary in progressHealing Not Broken - see links aboveHiraeth Hope & HealingNPE Stories Patreon
David Boothman, one of 6 siblings, is a celebrated composer, artist, musician, and educator, currently serves as Master Artist in Residence at the University of Trinidad & Tobago (UTT), and the chairman of Caribbean Renaissance Foundation, founded 8/2012 - which is a fusion of creative entities plowing the ground for a cultural revitalization and the re-invention of the Caribbean identity; an innovative strategic engine creating the platform for a proactive and inter- active transformation of culture, education and tourism; shaping the future of an integrated Caribbean by preserving its heritage, through the advancement of the arts, science, education, culture and tourism; and highlighting the war heroes who brought pride to and beyond to its shores - has been involved in the arts for over 45 years. "Booty/Ze Boots" comes from a family of artists and musicians. His uncles, Boscoe and Geoffrey Holder, are two of the best known artists from the Caribbean.Two of his brothers, Michael and Roger are also awarded artists and musicians. David attended Queen's Royal College in Trinidad and won a scholarship to Pratt Institute, New York, to study Art and became an honor graduate of the institute. In addition to being a top artist, David is also an accomplished Jazz pianist and composer. He moved to the United States in 1996 where he managed several bands. With his older brother, Michael, keyboardist David Boothman, would begin their experiments in that new fusion of African music, Shango rhythms, jazz, calypso, even flirting with the musical seeds of what would become soca in a few years, with David composing and original called “So Dey Say'' which won Best Arrangement and Best Original Composition. The band “Family Tree'' consisting of the Boothman brothers which later included the steelpan prodigy teenager, Len “Boogsie” Sharp and other wonderful artists, toured with Derek Walcott's Trinidad Theatre Workshop including Andre Tanker, the great Trinidadian flutist of the time, as well as international Jazz and Caribbean music festivals. David is the founder of CAJE Caribbean Art Jazz Ensemble and Founder/Director of the Caribbean Arts Central and Transcendental Caribbean. As a composer, artist, musician and educator, he has received numerous awards for arts in education and multi-media arts production in Trinidad and the US. In 1980, he was awarded a government scholarship through the Prime Minister's Best Village. Boothman has written and produced soundtracks for documentaries, composed jingles and has performed and recorded with Caribbean-performing leading artists. His paintings have been exhibited at the Smithsonian Anacostia Museum, OAS, the National Museum in Dallas, Texas, as well international corporate buildings in Europe and Latin America. His works have been published in several publications, including the Musical America International Directory of Performing Art annually and the International Review of African American Art. "As a colorist, I am moved by color relationships, the subtleties of texture, nuances of line and shape, creating forms from abstract to figurative, from impressionism to cubism, from expression to quasi-realism." As a musician, he is compelled to explore the relationship of color and sound from a mystical sense. Check out his Caribbean Renaissance Foundation at: https://www.caribbean-renaissance.org/about/ Follow him @boothmandavid Check him out at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzB11HHjFs4 AND link up with him at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-boothman-b1372a22/
Big Idea: God cares about the family tree of Mankind. Genesis 5: 1-32 God cares about the family tree of Mankind 1. God reaffirms creation. Genesis 5: 1-2 This is the document containing the family records of Adam. On the day that God created man, he made him in the likeness of God; he created them male and female. When they were created, he blessed them and called them mankind. 2. Roots of the tree. Genesis 5: 3-24 Adam was 130 years old when he fathered a son in his likeness, according to his image, and named him Seth. Adam lived 800 years after he fathered Seth, and he fathered other sons and daughters. So Adam's life lasted 930 years; then he died.  Seth was 105 years old when he fathered Enosh. Seth lived 807 years after he fathered Enosh, and he fathered other sons and daughters. So Seth's life lasted 912 years; then he died. Enosh was 90 years old when he fathered Kenan. Enosh lived 815 years after he fathered Kenan, and he fathered other sons and daughters. So Enosh's life lasted 905 years; then he died. Kenan was 70 years old when he fathered Mahalalel. Kenan lived 840 years after he fathered Mahalalel, and he fathered other sons and daughters. So Kenan's life lasted 910 years; then he died. Mahalalel was 65 years old when he fathered Jared. Mahalalel lived 830 years after he fathered Jared, and he fathered other sons and daughters. So Mahalalel's life lasted 895 years; then he died. Jared was 162 years old when he fathered Enoch. Jared lived 800 years after he fathered Enoch, and he fathered other sons and daughters. So Jared's life lasted 962 years; then he died. Enoch was 65 years old when he fathered Methuselah. And after he fathered Methuselah, Enoch walked with God 300 years and fathered other sons and daughters. So Enoch's life lasted 365 years. Enoch walked with God; then he was not there because God took him. 3. Noah is tasked to save the world from itself. Genesis 5: 25-32 Methuselah was 187 years old when he fathered Lamech. Methuselah lived 782 years after he fathered Lamech, and he fathered other sons and daughters. So Methuselah's life lasted 969 years; then he died. Lamech was 182 years old when he fathered a son. And he named him Noah, saying, "This one will bring us relief from the agonizing labor of our hands, caused by the ground the LORD has cursed." Lamech lived 595 years after he fathered Noah, and he fathered other sons and daughters. So Lamech's life lasted 777 years; then he died. Noah was 500 years old, and he fathered Shem, Ham, and Japheth. Next Steps: I will honor my spiritual ancestors. I will live out the examples set before me this week. Don't miss our news and announcements! Get our weekly emails by entering your email address HERE Download our app through the Apple or Google Play.
A number of years ago Emily Lawrence Gazal brought her family from Bondi in Sydney Australia to live in Chatou 20ish minutes from the centre of Paris. Emily knew her great grandmother was French but her grandmother would tell her no more. She didn't really know the story further down that branch of her family tree. Interestingly the other branches for Emily are all English speaking, which is sometimes the way. As English-speaking Australians, we often know more about the anglophone history than the non-English speaking.Emily's grandmother's name was Lorraine so Emily took a guess that the family was from the Alsace-Lorraine area and may have named her after the region they were originally from. Emily was right and commenced a journey of uncovering the secrets of her family history her grandmother had kept hidden. I was fascinated to chat to Emily about this journey of discovery. After checking out the situation on Ancestry.com where nothing was evident, she wrote to the Department of Births, Deaths and Marriages in New South Wales and received a surname. She also got a naturalisation certificate. Emily then went on a French ancestry website and found a similar name and putting 2 and 2 together, worked out that her great great grandfather was Jewish and when moving from France to Australia changed the family name slightly.Emily ended up visiting the village in Alsace that her family came from, Ribeauvillé. She met with an archivist there who did more research on her family and found out some details that were immense discoveries for Emily. It turned out that she had family, the siblings of her great great grandfather Vernon, who had been highly regarded in the community and others who were taken away to Auschwitz and killed. I love the importance Emily places on her French family history. Strengthening our ties with the past actually helps us learn more about ourselves. Emily still has questions, such as why did her grandmother hide her Jewishness? Emily now feels connected to the area they were from as well as feeling connected to the French Jews she encounters.**Louise Prichard is the host of the Loulabelle's FrancoFiles podcast.**Other Loulabelle's links:FrancoFile Fix on YouTubeLoulabelle's FrancoFiles Spotify Playlist Loulabelle's FrancoFiles InstagramLoulabelle's FrancoFiles website
Fred is a late discovery adoptee, and realized life was never going to return back to normal after the "swing of the wrecking ball" He has written a memoir and is 20 years into his discovery and reunification process. Fred can be reached via email at email@example.comResources Mentioned:Untangling our Roots SummitNAAP National Association for Adoptees and ParentsForbidden Roots: A Memoir of Late-Discovery Adoption by Fred Nicorawww.frednicora.comPrivate Facebook Group for NPESNPE Only: After the DiscoveryNPE Stories facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/NPEstories
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Heather knew she was conceived at Quantico. An unknown mystery uncle appeared on her Ancestry. After speaking with his family Heather was able to figure out that one of his brothers was stationed as a marine at Quantico, at the same time.Heather can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org Resources Mentioned:The Reverend and the Reprobate PodcastDNA Tests, Family Trees, and NPE Stories: The Lily Wood Interview Therapeutic process writing group with Eve Sturges, LMFT, author of "Who Even Am I Anymore." 8 week Writing Workshops on Thursdays. NPE Stories facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/NPEstories
Thinking of cutting relatives out of your family tree? Dr. Phil talks to two families on the verge! Melissa says she has a mother-in-law from hell while Betty accuses Melissa of stealing her son, including obsession, brainwashing and a vasectomy reversal! Interested in advertising: https://www.advertisecast.com/BestOfDrPhil Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A month before her dad is coming to visit her, Josie re-logs back into 23andMe after many years and notices something strange in her family tree.Josie can be emailed at email@example.com Resources Mentioned:Healing Retreats for Adoptees, Donor Conceived People, Late Discovery Adoptees, and NPEsHiraeth Hope & Healing Retreats NPE Stories facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/NPEstories
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Julie recaps the 2023 i4gg Conference The power of celebrity adoptees sharing the truth about their lived experience Part 2 of my conversation with author Peter J Boni who discovered late in life that he was Donor Concieved www.peterjboni.com Subscribe, Rate and Review For help with your DNA mystery contact Julie at www.cutoffgenes.com
Crystal found out she was an NPE in 2021. She spent some time messaging her family before they all figured out who her biological father was. She has now formed a great relationship with her brothers, which is especially profound as Crystal was raised as an only child.Crystal can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org Resources Mentioned:Untangling our Roots SummitHeld in Louisville, KY Mar 30 - Apr 1 2023Dr. Krista Driver's NPE Tuesday Zoom email@example.comCrystal was a guest on the podcast The Secret in my DNA. Her episode can be found here. Crystal's Podcast Truth Camp can be found on Spotify and Youtube.Dani Shapiro's NPE book InheritanceNPE Stories facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/NPEstories
On the this first day of Spring Jonah Nelson returns to the YJHTL podcast explaining the best ways to plant your gardens and landscapes for Spring. We all discuss moving indoor plants outside. Jonah also offers helpful watering and nutrient tips for all of your plants. If you love plants, like I do, you will enjoy this podcast as well as find it very useful.
Presented By Fleet Farm In this episode, Green Bay Packers running back AJ Dillon and Will Toonen join the podcast. The first caller is a mailman who wants to know what makes someone "Not Midwest Nice". Next caller is having trouble staying awake while driving. The gang tries some delicious horseradish. The last caller of the day wants to know which Midwest states belong on the Midwest family tree. Check out AJ Dillon and Will Toonen's podcast "Toonen To Dillon Podcast"
What do you get when you mix Puritan values, Goonie level booby traps, and Bob Villa Carpentry skillz, that's right you get the bungalow on the bough, the lifted loft, Adventureland's own deciduous dwelling. An experience proving that; you can take the château out of Switzerland, but you cant take the family out of this flophouse. You guessed it, were hugging bark at Swiss Family Treehouse. The attraction based on a movie that came out when you weren't yet a twinkle in your granny's eye, and speaking of old folks homes; Today were climbing steps and singing "Oh Christmas Tree" like our grand pappy did; while hiding from tigers, pirates, and their annoyingly precocious son Francis up in a big softwood sapling. This is the first walkthrough attraction for us drunkards at The Dark Ride, so tie them laces, you really don't want to trip over your Keds and plunge down from this six story concrete conifer. Will the additional steps make our hearts soar with the promise of views to tommorowland, or will all this extra exercise make us want to stay grounded next time? ....There is only one way to find out. Drunk Distory, The Dark Ride, Funny, Comedy, Comedians, Adult Disney Podcast, Adult Universal Podcast, Adult Themepark Podcast, walk through attraction, trees, treehouse, movie, Swiss Family Robinson, Rides, History, booze, Theme Park Podcast, Orlando, Amusement Park, Drinking Game Podcast
In this episode, we are taking on a question that was brought up by our friend and listener, Robbie Lanoue. He asked, "is it more important that we honor our descendants more than our ancestors?"How important is honoring a tradition? How do we talk about messy, uncomfortable family history?Surviving Humanity: A Self-Help PodcastImprove your anxiety, depression, motivation and productivity; new episodes every Tuesday.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyFollow Emily:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emily-christopher-a3a7a91b4Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/emilybchristopher/Follow Nick:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-honerkamp-b52784221/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nick.honerkampInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/nickhonerkamp/Email us: firstname.lastname@example.orgProducer: Adrian WosOriginal Music by: Caleb HonerkampPhotography: Allison Frost of Before the Foundations Photography
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The Genealogy Gems Podcast with Lisa Louise Cooke - Your Family History Show
Gretna Green is a term you need to know if you are searching for marriage records. In this video professional genealogist J. Mark Lowe joins me to discuss Gretna Green: what it means, why it matters, and how Gretna Greens may have affected your ability to find your ancestors' marriage records. Get the . MyHeritage Get your Get 20% off a Publisher Extra subscription. and use coupon code genealogygems Become a Genealogy Gems Premium MemberPremium Members have exclusive access to: Video classes and downloadable handouts Monthly Elevenses with Lisa show The Genealogy Gems Premium Podcast downloadable show notes handout PDFs Become a Premium Member . Free Genealogy Gems NewsletterThe Genealogy Gems email newsletter is the best way to stay informed about what's available with your Premium eLearning Membership. to sign up today. Follow Lisa and Genealogy Gems:
In this episode we cover everything from the Corridor Crews Ai anime video, Zoros family tree that was recently released in an SBS, the new Demon Slayer movie confusion, Jonathan Majors Doflamingo photoshoot, the new AOT special and more!... VIDEO LINK: https://youtube.com/live/oTBgokKcZCw
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Beth chooses to share her NPE story anonymously because her birth certificate father does not know the truth. Her sister found out they were half-sisters through a 23andMe DNA test.Resources Mentioned:Untangling our Roots SummitHeld in Louisville, KY Mar 30 - Apr 1 2023 NPE Stories facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/NPEstories
Today on the show, moote made it into WikiFeet, an update onthe alabama team that didn't get a trophy after beating the boys and what weird branches do you have on your family tree?
Hello friend, For the final hashtag challenge set for Feb 2023, I (Andy) put together this little song about family, and how important it is. You can buy the song along with 5 others on the MMC 1.2 Escape EP https://cosmicbos.bandcamp.com/album/mmc-12-escape Full Monthly Music Challenge 1.2 Escape coming on Sunday. It's gonna be epic. Love you Cosmic Bos Video version on Youtube - Family Tree on YouTube
In honor of her late mother's efforts, Arieann Harrison is continuing the fight against environmental racism in San Francisco's Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhood. She is the founder of Can We Live, an organization that is working with local residents to screen them for toxins and install devices to monitor airborne pollutants. Can We Live also offers scholarships for students interested in studying environmental justice. This week we talk to Arieann Harrison about growing up in toxic terrain and how her work doesn't fall far from the family tree.
You can own a lock of royal hair- for a price. Listen as Julie briefly loses her mind and forgets how Prince Phillip was related to The Romanovs Adoption fraud inspires a family to return their adopted son to Uganda Is a young polish woman the missing Madeleine McCann? AITAH? We discuss the story of a former surrogate who rejects her best friend's daughter (to whom she gave birth....) Storytime with Peter J Boni (peterjboni.com) author of Uprooted: Family Trauma, Unknown Origins, and the Secretive History of Artificial Insemination Subscribe, Rate and Review For help with your DNA search contact Julie at www.cutoffgenes.com
Brett Woodson Bailey grew up knowing he was the descendant of "the father of Black history," Carter G. Woodson. He also grew up with the support and guidance of his "cousin" Craig Woodson, who is white. In this week's Code Switch, what it means when a Black family and a white family share a last name, and how the Black and white Woodsons became family.