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Content Warning: This episode contains graphic content. Welcome back to the hottest podcast in America, literally. Joe McKay was at Ground Zero on 9/11. He lost a lot of friends that day. And shortly afterwards, he lost something else. As a result of his exposures he began experiencing a rare condition called “Cluster Headaches”. It's a debilitating condition and there were very few medical options for relief. None were effective. But Joe didn't give up and his search for relief led him down a different sort of path. With the approval and oversight of a trained medical professional Joe turned to psychedelics and experienced great results. Mind blowing results. Results that gave him back his life. And allowed him to feel happy again. It's an eye opening conversation. It's an inspiring conversation. And you can only get it here. If you're one of America's Firefighters, a first responder, or the family or a friend of one... this is your new home. Are you a firefighter that has a great story to share? Send it to us at email@example.com and be sure to visit thefirefighters.us for videos, Firefighters merch and more great content. We're bringing the power of the Righteous Media 5 I's: Independence, Integrity, Information, Inspiration and impact. You can also watch video of this show with Joe on the Righteous YouTube page. The Firefighters Podcast with Rob Serra connects, informs and inspires--and is powered by Righteous Media. On social media or www.thefirefighters.us You can also watch video of this full conversation: https://youtu.be/lGMbmzXU9iE #StayLow America. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Friend of the show and former Maple Leaf Darcy Tucker joins OverDrive to chat about what he's seen from Michael Bunting so far this season. Tucker also discusses Leafs fans moving on from last seasons' disappointing end, his memories of team bonding trips with Pat Quinn, and his involvement with the Molson Hall of Fan.
It was a hot October weekend. Typical Bay Area fall weather, and the end of fire season. A small fire that had broken out in the hills above the Caldecott Tunnel looked nearly extinguished. But then the wind kicked up, and suddenly what had been a campfire-size blaze, became an inferno. That firestorm would go on to kill 25 people and destroy 3,400 homes. Thirty years ago, it seemed like an anomaly. Today, fires so large that they create their own weather systems have become an annual event. We'll talk about lessons learned from the Tunnel Fire with people who lived through it and with those trying to prevent another conflagration from happening again.
Do you remember playing pretend with your siblings? Michelle does as she first fell in love with "In My Own Little Corner" from Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella. As Michelle got a little older she fell even more in love with the song as she saw Brandy and Whitney's version of Cinderella. She loved how Brandy sang the song and honored the role of Cinderella. Michelle found herself appreciating this song in a new way as she faced a lot of transitions that triggered anorexia. But when her green Beetle was "taken" from her, she changed her ways and got her car back as well as celebrating the holidays with family, that she jeopardized missing by being sick. She knows now her mom was acting in love and... They went on to perform the song together when Michelle decided she wanted to compete in a pageant but needed a talent. Her loving mother rearranged the music for Michelle's voice and her mom played the piano for her!! She received second runner up for Miss Mandarin..not too bad for never having competed before! Now as she sings this song to her two daughters almost nightly. This song has truly followed Michelle through her life. When she shared the Brandy version of Cinderella (now on Disney Plus) her girls said to her "Mommy, it's your song!" Full Show Notes
Episode Description In this episode of the Miles to Memories podcast we are joined by a special guest Bethany Walsh of Bougie Miles. We discuss our biggest travel pet peeves, our biggest travel blunders and whether or not the new Amex Business Platinum changes are good or bad. We also talk about avoiding resort fees in Vegas, why Mark loves the newest Citi ThankYou point addition and maximizing a new Chase Freedom Flex opportunity. Episode Notes 4:44 - Our Biggest Travel Mistakes 13:23 - Changes To Amex Platinum Business - What We Like Or Hate About It 18:10 - Travel Grumps - What Drives Us Nuts! 31:32 - Citi ThankYou Points newest partner Choice Hotels is sneaky good 32:34 - How to avoid resort fees in Las Vegas 33:46 - Chase Freedom Flex has some additional 5X earning capabilities Enjoying the podcast? Please consider leaving us a positive review on your favorite podcast platform! You can also connect with us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Sticher, Spotify, TuneIn, Pocket Casts, or via RSS. Don't see your favorite podcast platform? Please let us know! Music: Rewind by Jay Someday | https://soundcloud.com/jaysomeday Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License
News and More: A pickup crashes into Canby Auto Import. The Canby School District terminates one employee due to the vaccine mandate. Canby Conversation: Melissa Laraundeau, of Marquie Hope Village, shares about the facility's new memory care facility in Canby. This Week's Sponsors: DirectLink, Ellison Team Homes, Marquis Hope Village, The Book Nook, Wild Hare Saloon, Canby Foursquare Church, Odd Moe's Pizza, Reif & Hunsaker P.C., Retro Revival Please support our show! To listen without ads, and ensure we can continue to bring you important news and amazing stories you can't get anywhere else, join Canby Now Plus today! For details, visit patreon.com/canbynowpod.
This week on Disney on the Rocks, Eric and Jeff invited Chris of Haunted American History for drinks to talk about the ALL NEW Disney+ Halloween Special: Muppets Haunted Mansion! Chris is not only an expert in all things haunted, but he's a leading mind when it comes to The Muppets AND Disney Rides! He's pretty much the perfect guest for this. It's a trifecta! Some of the things we talk about include: All the Muppets and Disney Easter Eggs Which real life location would make for the scariest haunted overnight Fear Challenge? Kermit's new voice How does the Muppet Cinematic Universe work? Memories of the legendary Haunted Mansion Ride Tune in and have fun listening! Theme Music provided by Detty: Check him out on Spotify! This podcast is hosted by ZenCast.fm
There's something strange in the neighborhood. So let's slide down the fire pole, fire up our unlicensed nuclear accelerator proton packs, and make our clients feel uncomfortable! The Ghostbusters became an instant classic, but with an all star cast, questionable special effects, and enough evil psychokinetic energy to make any regular Twinkie seem tiny, does this film still hold up? Time to get this key master and gate keeper together and show this prehistoric b*tch how we do thing downtown. •0:00:00- Introductions/Reviews/Chats•0:07:15- Pertinent movie details •0:14:30- Memories of first viewing •0:17:30 - Critical and fan reviews•0:24:30- Scene by scene breakdown •1:34:00- Modern day ratings——————————————————————**Get 20% OFF at Manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code CONFUSED at MANSCAPED.com ——————————————————————**Cedar Ridge Distillery- Go check out our sponsor and order some whiskey. http://cedarridgewhiskey.com——————————————————————**Every link you could need from us. Http://confusedbreakfast.com——————————————————————**Give us a call and leave a voicemail about your thoughts of the show! 319.804.9596——————————————————————**Link to our friend Kyle Wyatt, who did the Mortal Kombat/Confused Breakfast yell. Get more info on him and order a Mortal Kombat related cameo https://direct.me/MORTALKOMBATVOICE——————————————————————**Also, we have a Patreon. If you are enjoying the podcast, want to support us and enjoy some extra perks and bonus content, check it out at http://patreon.com/confusedbreakfast and speaking of Patreon, our highest tier supporters get mentioned in the actual episode and in the liner notes. Dane, Joel, Tony B, Jordon, Nick Merulla, Elisha, Camden Griffith, Francisco Rivera, Cameron Jay, Keerlana, BigBigAndy, Bud Larsen, Anita Richard, Travis Hunziker, Bryan Hernandez, Nick Fulkerson, Cale James, Senior Frog, Mr and Mrs Roommate, Greg Jackson, Jason Davis, Daniel Skaggs, Emilio Perez, Skyler Brunssen, Jordan Hooten, Brynna Misener, Willie Cox III, Jenel Lewis, Joseph Thomas, Marshall G, Ryker Garrison, Mitch Cavanaugh, Ryan Carlton, Shaun Dixon, Dana Dane, Josh Miller, Macy, Conor, Jason Botsford, Stephen Moore, Chris Prior, Paul DeAro, Jason Hahn, BuckarooBonsly, Jeff Spencer, Moth Maiden Creations, Travis Scanlan, Erik Hein, Michael Hodde, Gary McCarthy, Nathan Hill, Corey Vaughn, Damien Zemek, Jukes of Hazard, Ranger Rick and Suebaloo, Mark Prior, Zachary Hearon, Eric Murrieta, Dallas B, Kelli With A Y, Mr Coggins, Ry, Tim, Kitty VVitch Chaos, Revis and David Waggoner. You are the best. You will always be number 1 in our hearts. Thank you.
Episode Three is a deep exploration of John's inner conflicts—his lasting trauma over the Beatles breakup, his susceptibility to Yoko's continuing mind games, and potentially lingering aftereffects of his nightmarish therapy at the hands of Arthur Janov. Primal Scream Therapy is a topic which usually slides under the radar of Beatles discourse—until now. AKOM believes it was catastrophic to John's psyche and the Lennon/McCartney relationship. Ultimately, John chooses not to revive his partnership with Paul McCartney in New Orleans. How does this alter the course of their renewed relationship? And how does John's eventual descent into paranoia and superstition alter both his feelings for and perception of Paul? TW: Psychological abuse, homophobia --- SOURCES Loving John, MAY PANG (1983) John Lennon interview w/ Alan Freeman (January, 1975) May Pang, The Beatles' Biggest Secrets BBC doc (2004) Linda McCartney: A Portrait DANNY FIELDS (2001) “Arthur Janov, 93, Dies; Psychologist Caught World's Attention With ‘Primal Scream'” by Margalit Fox, NEW YORK TIMES (Oct 2, 2017) “On Homosexuality as a Normal Variant of Human Sexuality” (Sunday, January 8, 2012) “On Becoming Homosexual. Is it Becoming?” (Saturday, May 23, 2009) John & Yoko interview, w/ McCabe and Schonfeld (Sept 9, 1971) John & Yoko Interview w/ Howard Smith, (January 23, 1972) Robert Christgau, Village Voice: Living without The Beatles. (September, 1971) Art Garfunkel, Beatles Stories doc (2011) Francis Schoenberger, SPIN MAGAZINE (1975) Letter 204 to Rick Sklar dated July 1975, The John Lennon Letters (2012) Home cassette, recorded for Vin Scelsa at WNEW-FM (Autumn, 1975) Interview w/ Elliot Mintz (January 1, 1976) Klaus Voormann, c/o Memories of John Lennon. (2005) The Beatles (afterword) by Hunter Davies (re-issued version from 1985) John Lennon: The Life by Philip Norman (2008) Man on the Run TOM DOYLE (2013) John Lennon w/ Bob Harris for The Old Grey Whistle Test BBC, (April 18, 1975) Paul McCartney w/ Jay Cocks for Time: McCartney comes back. (May 31st, 1976) Lennon Remembers, Rolling Stone (1970) The Primal Center for Treatment, Training and Research “About John Lennon” (2008) Last Days of John Lennon, FRED SEAMAN (1990) John Lennon interview w/ Barbara Graustark, NEWSWEEK (September 1980) Dakota Days, JOHN GREEN (1983) Paul McCartney, The Adam Buxton Podcast, episode 144 (2020) The Love You Make, Peter Brown (1983) The Beatles Roundup Interview, Theatre Royal, Glasgow, (April 30, 1964) Paul McCartney Reddit chat (December 2020) Jack Douglas to Ben Yakas, Gothamist (July 19, 2016) John Lennon, Interview for Playboy (1980) Jimmy Carter on The Late Show w/ Stephen Colbert (March 31, 2018) PLAYLIST Helen Wheels WINGS Tennessee (demo) JOHN LENNON Letting Go WINGS Bridge on the River Suite WINGS San Ferry Ann WINGS Let Em In WINGS Love JOHN LENNON Beware My Love WINGS Call Me Back Again (live) WINGS
In case you didn't know, I love traveling. So today, I'm changing things up by sharing my love of travel with you so we can get to know each other better. In today's episode, I'm taking a walk down memory lane and sharing my 4 favorite travel memories and destinations in the world.From Australia all the way to Prague, I'm sharing my thoughts on travel, how my love of travel started, and why I have no regrets about going into credit card debt back in college because of travel. I share how travel allows me to view my life from a new perspective and why that's important as I take you through some of my favorite destinations while making a case for you to pay them a visit. If you're a fellow lover, or maybe you need a little inspiration to explore the world, this episode is for you. Tune in and get ready to fuel your wanderlust.Here's a closer look at what I discuss in this episode:How my love of travel startedWhy I think travel allows you to look at your life from a whole new perspectiveThe significance of my trip to AustraliaWhy I highly recommend traveling to CroatiaMy recommendations for FijiWhy Prague is my favorite place to visitResources:The Funnels Academy: https://christinabernhard.com/tfa Ads Masterclass: https://christinabernhard.com/adsmasterclass Free Ads Course: https://christinabernhard.com/freeadscourse Freebie: https://christinabernhard.com/freebieAds Academy: https://christinabernhard.com/adsacademyWebsite: https://christinabernhard.com/The Funnels Academy: https://christinabernhard.com/tfaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/christinadbernhard/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/christinadbernhardScaling to Freedom Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/scalingtofreedomwithadsandfunnels
"The three DeGennaro children departed Italy June 25, 1930, from Naples, aboard the Italian ship Augustus. Nine days later they arrived at the Port of New York."A teenager's migration to a new life in American begins an upward trajectory for this independent Italian woman that would last into the twenty-first century.
Jean Chatsky knows how to save you money. A frequent guest on Oprah's show, a columnist for AARP, and 'Today' financial expert at NBC for 25 years, she's helped millions make the most of their budget. And that applies to traveling, as well. Jean offers us tips and then gets personal about some of her favorite travels, from childhood to now.We start the episode with how Lea and Jean met, years ago. Then travel budgeting, Jean's early travel memories, and travel tips for saving money.We talk of the slow-travel movement, airlines and airports, and free (or almost free) travel ideas. The final part of the podcast focuses on economical travel destinations, trips that Jean and Lea remember to Greece and Israel, and Jean's special travel memory that resonates until today._____Jean Chatzky is the founder and CEO of HerMoney.com and FinanceFixx. She is the host of the podcast HerMoney With Jean Chatzky. The financial editor of NBC Today for 25 years and the Financial Ambassador for AARP, she appears frequently on CNN, MSNBC and was a recurring guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show. She is a New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-selling author. Her latest book is Women with Money: The Judgment-Free Guide to Creating the Joyful, Less Stressed, Purposeful (and Yes, Rich) Life You Deserve. An in-demand motivational speaker and fierce advocate for financial literacy, in 2015, she partnered with the PwC Charitable Foundation and Time for Kids to launch Your $, an in-school magazine that reaches 2 million school children each month. More at JeanChatzky.com and @JeanChatzky. _____Podcast host Lea Lane blogs at forbes.com, has traveled to over 100 countries, written nine books, including Places I Remember, and contributed to guidebooks. She's @lealane on Twitter; Travelea on Insta; on Facebook, it's Places I Remember with Lea Lane. Website: placesirememberlealane.com. Please follow, rate and review this weekly travel podcast!
Skylar Astin had a lot of jobs in high school. First of all, he was already acting professionally. But he also worked as a telemarketer, which he used as an opportunity to practice his dialects, and at Hollister, where he had to ask grown men, "Do you support our flops?" This is the last episode of Season 3, so thanks for listening and don't forget to share with a celebrity-obsessed friend!
The United Rugby Championship is up and running, and judging by some press releases Eoin has seen, it's off to a flyer. We note the increased profile terrestrial television has given it, but there are also some things that might need to change in Irish rugby if the only domestic league available to us is to succeed, and whether that might end up being a pretty good result for us. We thank our Berlin super-fans one more time for our week over there with thanks to Aer Lingus, and there's also Connacht's grievances over refereeing decisions which might have gone another way in Thomond Park on Saturday evening.
Episode 541: October 17, 2021 playlist: Monika Werkstatt, "I Will Be Your Only One (Lucrecia Dalt Mix)" (M_Sessions - Reworks) 2021 Monika Enterprise Laetitia Sadier, "New Moon" (New Moon) 2021 Drag City Pye Corner Audio, "Part One" (Fictional Drilling) 2021 self-released Nurse With Wound, "Close To You (excerpt)" (The Surveillance Lounge) 2009 United Dirter Fluxion, "Orange Sky" (Parallel Moves) 2021 Vibrant Kiln, "North Bar Lake" (Tungsten) 2021 Ghostly International Ulla, "falling water lullaby" (Memories of Log) 2021 Vaagner Centrum, "Sjon" (For Meditation) 2019 Rocket Fossil Aerosol Mining Project, "Nu Message (2020 Mix)" (Zombi Traditions (37 Years)) 2021 self-released Die Welttraumforscher, "Aller Tage Abend" (Die Rueckkehr der echten Menschheit (1981 - 1990)) 2021 Bureau B Benjamin Finger, "Moonway Exit" (Planet Exile) 2021 Woodford Halse Lena Platonos, "In September" (Balancers) 2021 Dark Entries Email podcast at brainwashed dot com to say who you are; what you like; what you want to hear; share pictures for the podcast of where you're from, your computer or MP3 player with or without the Brainwashed Podcast Playing; and win free music! We have no tracking information, no idea who's listening to these things so the more feedback that comes in, the more frequent podcasts will come. You will not be put on any spam list and your information will remain completely private and not farmed out to a third party. Thanks for your attention and thanks for listening.
This episode includes a long set in salute to Jimmy Carter (Blind Boys of Alabama) on the release of his first solo album, Blind Faith; plus music from Jean Reed & The Anointed Ones, Beverly Glenn Concert Chorale, Dixie Nightingales, Sallie Martin Singers, Davis Sisters, and others.
Hello! Hola! Szia! That's the popular greetings in three languages: English, Spanish and Hungarian. These are the three languages I have learned or attempted to learn ;) In this episode I share funny stories from the cross-cultural language-learning experiences I have had and talk about what it is that Jesus came to us cross-culturally.Listen in if you:need to laugh and hear something funny.struggle through taking yourself TOO seriously.have ever tried to learn another language.want to learn more about cross-cultural experiences.need to remember what Jesus did to come and save us!I hope this light-hearted week challenges you to take steps into other cultures and learn the beauty of letting go of perfect to seek to understand new things and new people!Your fellow messy-life journeyer and friend,Abby (Abigail)http://www.abigailalleman.com
This is the fifteenth and final episode of Season One of the 'Ceiling is the Roof Podcast' from https://ceilingistheroof.com/ George (@britishtarheel) chats to Tyler Hansbrough (@THANS50) about some of his funniest memories when playing for UNC Basketball, his habit of jumping into swimming pools, what it's like to live and play in China and so much more. Tyler also announces his All-Time North Carolina Starting Five... If you are interested in being one of the sponsors of the podcast, contact me on email@example.com DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE YOUTUBE CHANNEL TO NOT MISS AN EPISODE! Website: https://tarheelinternational.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ceiling-is-the-roof-podcast-british-tar-heel/id1564566360 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3hICaXeiyb2DpQ4C9mpre3?si=66z5a-31TQaa6qDqlAwNRg&nd=1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/britishtarheel Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/britishtarheel/
David and Michelle go personal in an attempt to stimulate others to share their "bucket list". While they share their top 5 dreams, they discuss the plans on how to convert them into memories. Most of David's list are more "fuck it" list vs. "bucket" list as he feels time is running out and have the means to make it all happen. Sidebar - who's going to visit us in Sedona? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/red-kite-movement/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/red-kite-movement/support
Episode 95, and I am talking with Heather Smith, the Founder of StoryFile. StoryFile is revolutionizing the way we connect with each other by introducing conversational video with Audio Visual technology at the forefront of this generation. Through the click of a button, StoryFile magically turns video into a conversation. This next generation of technology uses artificial intelligence to support video conversations on any device. StoryFile transforms traditional one-way video into a two-way conversation. This is the biggest audio-visual evolution since video was first created. You will love listening to Heather share with us how many people are using StoryFile today. Some are saving memories of people who have made history, and some are saving their own stories, or the stories of the people they love. You can find find Heather on: Instagram @StoryFile Website www.storyfile.com You got this. Be Brave! You can find me at: www.bitchesbebrave.com - @bitchesbebrave on Instagram - Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bitchesbebrave/message
Chicago Bears Hall of Famer and host of the Hamp and O'B Show, Dan Hampton joins Jon Hansen (in for Steve Bertrand) on Chicago's Afternoon News to preview Sunday's rivalry game between the Bears and the Packers. Follow Your Favorite Chicago’s Afternoon News Personalities on Twitter:Follow @SteveBertrand Follow @kpowell720 Follow @maryvandeveldeFollow @LaurenLapka
Tekking101 returns to the podcast and we have Zenrotto on for the first time to talk about the first two Bleach movies! One of the movies is shockingly good. The other is absolute garbage!
Fanny Singer shares memories from her unconventional childhood, growing up in the revered Chez Panisse restaurant in Berkeley, California alongside her mother, legendary chef Alice Waters. She describes how the restaurant's staff became an extended family (often referred to as “La Famille Panisse”), talks about the sophisticated palate she developed from a young age (think: salmon roe), and discusses how her work today marries her past and present (collaborations between her company, Permanent Collection, and Chez Panisse). In the show's second half, Alice Waters joins the conversation to reminisce about time spent cooking for and with her daughter, reading Fanny's memoir, and cultivating a sense of family at her restaurant. Read Fannys original My Family Recipe essay. My Family Recipe is created by the Food52 Podcast Network and Heritage Radio Network, inspired by the eponymous Food52 column.
10/15/21 - In this episode, Michael and Craig celebrate 200 episodes of Connecting with Walt by turning the show over to the listeners and share their best memories of visiting Walt Disney World!
“Superfudge,” chapters 3-4. The Hatchers are moving to Princeton! In a week. WTF. Pee-tah has a fight with Jimmy Fargo, a run-in with Sheila, and almost pees in a flower pot. Fudge decorates Tootsie with trading stamps. Jody talks about her recent eyebrow mishap and a *thing* she did in the kitchen sink. Alison continues to channel her inner four-year-old muppet. There's dramatic readings, a Special Report on Kreskin's Crystals, and THREE fantastic listener letters from Dustin, Julie, and Lavender Baker. Thank you to our newest Patron, Lea T.! It's a Judy Blume book club. Join us every week!
The gang takes their first steps towards exploring the multiverse and finds it a little steamier than they expected. Buddy gets a new hat, Jimmy strikes up a deal, and Thomasin has some family issues to ignore until they go away.
Gainin' Fast on Memphis: The Podcast | Show NotesEpisode 104:We Welcome in River House artist Stephen Wilson Jr. This Southern Indiana native started boxing at a young age, but it was science and music that would bring him to Nashville. This singer/songwriter knows how to paint pictures with his lyrics while putting you into every lyric. Buckle up this is going to be a good one! Connect his Melodies & Memories on the Gainin' Fast On Memphis: Podcast.___________________________________________________________________________________________________Show Links:https://www.gaininfastonmemphis.com/https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/gainin-fast-on-memphis/id1489564658https://www.facebook.com/GAININFASTONMEMPHIShttps://www.youtube.com/c/GaininFastOnMemphishttps://www.instagram.com/fastonmemphis_podcast/ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sponsor Links:https://www.arlorevolution.com/https://poddecks.com/ (USE CODE: FASTONMEMPHIS)https://onetreeplanted.org/___________________________________________________________________________________________________Guest Links:https://www.instagram.com/stephen.wilson.jr/https://www.stephenwilsonjrmusic.com/https://www.facebook.com/StephenWilsonJrMusic Help Support & Grow the Podcast, our Patreon is what keeps the show going, we have tiers starting as low as $1. Sign up for a full year & get 2 months FREE!Find your tier today!https://www.patreon.com/GaininFastOnMemphisARLO Revolution Cinematic Wedding Films, music videos, and promos Pod Decks Unique Podcast Interview Questions and Episode Ideas in the Palm of Your Hand. USE CODE "FASTONMEOne Tree Planted Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/GaininFastOnMemphis)
On this episode of Campfire Conversations, the Tarkington brothers share stories about their scary adventures and pranks from the past. Looking back, it became clear that this was a huge part of the community they developed with others.
Long-time member of the A's organization, currently with NBC Sports California for A's Pre/Post joins the Roast to share his thoughts on the passing of Ray Fosse. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Find caregiver support and downloads at www.loveyourcaregivinglife.com Show Transcript Time seems to run super slow and then too fast when we are caregiving. All of a sudden we find ourselves looking back at the year and not know where the time went. Maybe we mourn not being able to remember the moments we know we had with the ones we care for and can't remember them because the stress and overwhelm were just too much to allow you to hold on to some of the good moments. Let's talk about how we can remember our time with the one we care for. The other day I was working on last week's podcast episodes and I decided to look back at my pictures and see what I had taken when my husband was first diagnosed with cancer. I was hoping to find a picture from when we were in the hospital to stir up more memories for episode 80. What I found was upsetting. I realized that I had hardly taken any pictures for that whole entire year and a half and so as I looked back I couldn't remember much. I know that we did some things together that were fun in spite of cancer. I don't have pictures of my daughter. I don't have pictures of my husband right after surgery or, now that I think of it, even before surgery. All of those memories were lost. I have memories in the form of stories some of which I have shared here with you. But the stories are tied to things that happened that were remarkable. I generally take a lot of pictures. Sometimes my family will make fun of me because I take pictures of things like a railing or a flower. But if I look back at any of those pictures, even if they are of random things, I can remember the place that I took it in which then brings on a flood of memories for that day. I'll remember stupid jokes that I told. Things that we all laughed at and just in general what kind of day I had when that picture was taken. It hurt to realize that I had lost time. I had decided, probably since it was one of the worst times of my life, to not document it. If for some reason things did not go right with my husband‘s health and I were to have lost him I would have also lost memories of the last moments we had together. That is unbearable for me to think about. Now I know that I am not in a place and my family is not in a place where we are talking about loss right now. There isn't a threat for my husband to become seriously ill and hospice is not part of his care plan. However, nothing is guaranteed in life. So to see that I have a dark hole in my picture feed reminds me that no matter what, I need to remember and document my days. Sometimes the days where I do absolutely nothing that seems important are the days that feel really good. I should have a picture that reminds me that I don't have to have a big win to have a great day. Pictures don't have to be just of the trips, car rides or games played. It doesn't have to be the pictures of the holidays and the birthday cakes and blowing out the candles. I have this need to document my days. I went through a whole pandemic stuck in my house and I could have taken so many pictures just so that I could remember how boring and stressful it was. How else can I relay that information, those experiences, and that time to my grandchildren. I guess what I'm trying to get at is, how do you hold onto the memories that you make throughout the day? That is to say, if you actually make the time to notice the small moments that happen every day. When you look back on your years of caregiving is it all doctor's visits and surgeries? Are the big wins all theirs or are some of them yours? Are you documenting your life with this person you have sacrificed so much to care for? If you are a little too burnout right now and can't think of a reason to remember any of your caregiving years then can you be open to the possibility of having a short minute a day that might just be ok and make a mental note of it? This realization that I had a black hole in my picture feed reminded me of a book I had just finished reading a book called Storyworthy by Mathew Dicks. This book is focused on learning how to tell stories. How to craft them and have a focus in telling them - which, to be honest, I can struggle with at times. However, one of the chapters of that book was focused on the practice of writing down a memory each day. That way you can remember back and recall a story from that day. I couldn't help to connect this to how this could be a useful tool for caregivers. If you continue with this as a daily practice by the end of the year you would be able to look back on any day of the year to see and remember what you had done. I have always tried to do this, not with writing but with taking pictures. I have even used daily picture journaling apps on my phone over the years that reminded me each day to take a picture. I take pictures of things that stand out to me. They could be of my drive to work, my daughter's smile, a picture of my husband and daughter holding hands while they're walking, and sometimes of myself to catch the mood. The little things are what I like to take pictures of because those are the things that tell us about our lives. The big moments and memories are oftentimes what we like to remember. They are easier to remember. However, it is the small moments that really make us who we are. I'm not always good at remembering things especially. A couple of weeks ago I couldn't remember what I had done the Friday before. My watch told me that I walked 4 miles but I could not remember where I had gone. It wasn't just me. My husband couldn't remember and neither could my teenage daughter who's brain is much younger than ours. While we were all trying to figure out what we had done less than four days ago my daughter pulled out her phone to see if she had taken a picture. Thankfully she had. We did something out of the ordinary and went to an outdoor festival. We should have remembered that we did that. It's alarming to know that there are things that I am not able to remember that could be worth remembering. So what does this all mean? First, it means that I need to make it more of a priority to remember the little things each day. I would like to say that I would write everything down but I'm pretty sure that's going to happen. It's easier for me to take a picture. Now you might be saying I never do anything worth taking a picture of. My answer to that is, any time you wake up is a reason to take a picture. Things do not have to be big to be a win. Just waking up with our loved one. Just being alive each day is a win and it's a gift. Why do we feel like we need to have a big reason to document our day? I think part of it is because as caregivers we don't understand our worth. We don't think that what we do is important. We feel this way because we don't get that message from the people around us. We don't get the outpouring of help that we always thought that we would have. Our jobs and businesses around us and the people that are supposed to have support services for us don't automatically make it easy for us to access their support. Maybe people act as if you are lucky to be able to stay at home every day if that is the type of caregiving you give. I'm here to tell you that what you do does matter and documenting your day is one way for you to show to yourself and to anyone around you that what you do is extremely important and is necessary. I'm not saying that you need to walk around taking selfies, although there is a place for that in working on your self-acceptance and I can share that with you if you just DM me or send me an email. But you don't ever have to take a picture of yourself if you don't want to. However, there are things that you can take pictures of each day that can remind you of that day. You might say every day is the same. Why should I document a day that is no different than the one before and the one coming? Fine! Find a tree outside your window or simply just stand in your door or at a window and take a picture of the outdoors from the same vantage point every single day. You'll see that each day is not the same. It's just that you need a little reminder that you are living and life is change. I have some big changes coming up in the near future. I'm very sensitive to documenting time because of it. I want to remember this year because it might not ever be the same again. They're just good changes and progressions in life that we should all be having. It just makes me sad to know that if I don't take a small moment to take a picture each day there could be a sweet or special moment that I will never remember. If you are able to document your days you will always have a way to look back at moments that might be more special to you as you remember them. There are so many times I have taken a picture and thought nothing of it but looking back at it months later find that it warms my heart because it reminds me of that day. Pictures don't always have to be happy ones. They can be pictures of… tears, of hospital beds, of holding hands at the end. Think about being able to look back at your last year and be able to remember… The happy times, the sad times, the times you had to be strong and advocate for the person you care for, the times you felt like you couldn't take anymore but still kept moving forward, the times you sat with them during chemo, or by their bed after surgeries, the times you waited outside while they had CT scans and MRIs done, the times you just didn't know what tomorrow was going to look like and you were worried if your life would be forever changed. We should document those times. Pictures or writing down memories don't have to be reserved for holidays or birthdays. Or maybe you didn't take pictures even then because you were just not in the mood to celebrate that year. I understand how difficult it is to worry that this will be the last birthday the last holiday the last time they walked down the sideways walk holding your daughter's hand. Wouldn't you rather have a reminder of how hard things were so you can be grateful for the days that just feel OK and to give you strength when you feel that you can't go any further? I would rather have pictures of heartache and pain alongside the good moments so that I remember why I am a caregiver on days that feel hard. To have pictures to help you get through those moments where you are so overwhelmed with what life is handing you or when you feel stuck and frozen. Do you have pictures that will make you smile and laugh at what you remember was happening at that one moment? The ones that make you remember that horrible snowstorm and the snow you brought in to throw at them? Those moments are priceless and sometimes we can't re-create them with the people that were there. So give it a try. We all have our phones with us. Maybe taking a picture every day is a big ask but how about once a week or a few times a month. The best part is it requires you to be a little more mindful about your day and will force you to notice some sweet moments you otherwise would have walked right past. Remember sometimes we need to tell the stories to keep the memories alive. If you do try taking a picture I would love to see your favorite ones. Feel free to send them in an email to email@example.com and share the story with me. You can find all the ways to find me, links to anything mentioned in this episode, and more caregiver support at www.loveyourcaregivinglife.com
Episode Description In this episode of the Miles to Memories podcast we talk about a slew of Amex shut downs, an underwhelming Hyatt card launch and Mark's trip to Fort Myers Beach. We also talk about the power of the product change, stacking credits on Hyatt stays & how to get some free food. Episode Notes 4:37 - AmAxe 17:24 - Florida trip report (not Disney!) 25:22 - Chase Hyatt business card 31:12 - Cleaning out the Chase closet 32:06 - Stacking Hyatt credits 32:49 - Favorite dining apps Enjoying the podcast? Please consider leaving us a positive review on your favorite podcast platform! You can also connect with us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Sticher, Spotify, TuneIn, Pocket Casts, or via RSS. Don't see your favorite podcast platform? Please let us know! Music: Rewind by Jay Someday | https://soundcloud.com/jaysomeday Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License
A tragic Project Ex update. The questionable new Home Alone reboot. What Christmas movies still hold up? Pepper is still scared of Halloween movies. When are you too old for sleepovers. What we used to be like in high school. Memories from Frosh week. We discuss Squid Game and there may be some minor spoilers. The movies that made us.
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It's October and spooky season is upon us. What better movie to dissect than 1987's The Monster Squad. A movie where a group of kids save the world from an invasion of the Universal Classic Monsters. This movie is quite literally the definition of a Cult Classic Movie and if you haven't seen it, it's not too late. Go do it now!•0:00:00- Introductions/Reviews/Chats•0:09:15- Pertinent movie details •0:12:15- Memories of first viewing •0:15:15 - Critical and fan reviews•0:21:30- Scene by scene breakdown •1:15:45 :00- Modern day ratings——————————————————————**Make sure you watch the ‘Wolfman's Got Nards' documentary. Available on Amazon Prime. Worth it! And if you love this movie, consider donating to Andre Gower's GoFundMe. He could use our help. https://gofund.me/5b7e8582——————————————————————**Get 20% OFF at Manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code CONFUSED at MANSCAPED.com ——————————————————————**Cedar Ridge Distillery- Go check out our sponsor and order some whiskey. http://cedarridgewhiskey.com——————————————————————**Every link you could need from us. Http://confusedbreakfast.com——————————————————————**Give us a call and leave a voicemail about your thoughts of the show! 319.804.9596——————————————————————**Link to our friend Kyle Wyatt, who did the Mortal Kombat/Confused Breakfast yell. Get more info on him and order a Mortal Kombat related cameo https://direct.me/MORTALKOMBATVOICE——————————————————————**Also, we have a Patreon. If you are enjoying the podcast, want to support us and enjoy some extra perks and bonus content, check it out at http://patreon.com/confusedbreakfast and speaking of Patreon, our highest tier supporters get mentioned in the actual episode and in the liner notes. Dane, Joel, Tony B, Jordon, Nick Merulla, Elisha, Camden Griffith, Francisco Rivera, Cameron Jay, Keerlana, BigBigAndy, Bud Larsen, Anita Richard, Travis Hunziker, Bryan Hernandez, Nick Fulkerson, Cale James, Senior Frog, Mr and Mrs Roommate, Greg Jackson, Jason Davis, Daniel Skaggs, Emilio Perez, Skyler Brunssen, Jordan Hooten, Brynna Misener, Willie Cox III, Jenel Lewis, Joseph Thomas, Marshall G, Ryker Garrison, Mitch Cavanaugh, Ryan Carlton, Shaun Dixon, Dana Dane, Josh Miller, Macy, Conor, Jason Botsford, Stephen Moore, Chris Prior, Paul DeAro, Jason Hahn, BuckarooBonsly, Jeff Spencer, Moth Maiden Creations, Travis Scanlan, Erik Hein, Michael Hodde, Gary McCarthy, Nathan Hill, Corey Vaughn, Damien Zemek, Jukes of Hazard, Ranger Rick and Suebaloo, Mark Prior, Zachary Hearon, Eric Murrieta, Dallas B, Kelli With A Y, Mr Coggins, Ry, Tim, Kitty VVitch Chaos, Revis and David Waggoner. You are the best. You will always be number 1 in our hearts. Thank you.
Samantha Durbin's acid was just kicking in as she entered an Oakland donut shop to score a handmade map to a secret warehouse party. On that chilly winter night in 1996, she ended up dancing to pulsing beats and kaleidoscopic lights until the sun came up. Thinking back to her first rave, Samantha remembers it feeling “like a neon space carnival.” Soon the highschool sophomore was chasing after bigger parties and higher highs every weekend. In her new memoir, “Raver Girl: Coming of Age in the 90s” Durbin bring readers along to sweat-soaked raves at roller rinks and farm fields, into a world of comically huge pants and ridiculously tripped-out teenagers, where there's always room for one more to join the cuddle puddle in the corner of the chill room. Listen to the podcast to hear us discuss candyflipping, raver fashion, and, of course, Homebase – the legendary Oakland venue that hosted some of the most massive underground parties the Bay Area has ever seen. To see photos related to this episode: https://eastbayyesterday.com/episodes/like-a-neon-space-carnival/ East Bay Yesterday can't survive without your support. Please donate to keep this show alive: www.patreon.com/eastbayyesterday
I sat down with my Justin.tv cofounder, Michael Seibel, to talk about how we turned our live reality show Justin.tv into the global platform that eventually became Twitch. Michael was previously the CEO of Y Combinator, the seed stage fund known as the first investor in Stripe, Dropbox, Instacart, Coinbase, Reddit, and thousands of other startups. Michael is one of my closest friends and an amazing mentor. In this episode we talk about his education at Yale, founding Justin.tv together, mentoring the Airbnb founders early on, how to get funded by Y Combinator, and so much more. (This episode was originally released as S1:E1 in 2020) If you liked this episode, check out our YouTube channel and follow us on Twitter! A thank to our sponsors Universe and CashApp for making this podcast possible. THE QUEST MEDIA | CONTENT MEETS SILICON VALLEY |
EPISODE OVERVIEW: In this Remarkable episode, today's guest explains how despite the changes and/or obstacles that come our way, we are always the one in control. It's time to move forward and move ahead now, not later. "Out with the OLD, and In with the BOLD!" This massive mindset and life change begins with overcoming the fear and procrastination in our lives that prevents us from taking those first steps towards better careers, relationships, and better "you's"!From learning that Life is short and we get what we settle for, to understanding how we can start Overcoming the fears that prevent us from moving on to greater things, to Putting our fears in the "friend zone." Gentlemen and Ladies, all this and more in this hour of power. Welcome to the Jennifer Maurer story! GUEST BIO: Jennifer is an established Certified Life Coach and author of "5 Steps to Freedom From Fear," a simple guide to removing the obstacles that prevent us from realizing our fullest potential by putting fear in the "friend zone." As a divorced mother of two, Jennifer has experienced the challenges of having to reinvent herself after significant life changes and pave the way to a better future. She now helps others to realize that when life throws you a curve-ball, it's time to take your best swing. It's a time for growth and reinvention. Her mantra: "You get what you settle for," a belief which she utilizes as the foundation for her teachings and credits for her success. FEATURED QUOTE(S): "Don't show people your super powers. Show them theirs." - Jennifer Maurer EPISODE PROUDLY SPONSORED BY: Rob Jackson, Christian Counseling & One-on-One Life Coaching | The Iceberg Model of Christian Spiritual Formation | Phone: 719.440.4893Samaritan Ministries is a Biblical solution to health care. It is not insurance. We deliver authentic, compassionate, and personal service in the name of Christ to enable and inspire members to provide for one another's medical needs through prayer, encouragement, and financial support. | Website: https://samaritanministries.org/ | Phone: (877) 764-2426 SHOW NOTES: SPECIAL OFFERS, LINKS, GUEST CONTACT INFO, & OTHER RESOURCES MENTIONED:Contact Info:Website: https://www.jennifermaurer.netFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/JenniferMaurerFreedomCourseLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifermaurer8/ Special Offer(s):Check out Jenn's latest book at https://jennifermaurer.samcart.com/products/5-steps-to-freedom-from-fear HOW TO SUPPORT THE REMARKABLE PEOPLE PODCAST:Subscribe, Rate, & Review us on YouTube, Apple, Spotify, and all of your favorite Podcast Player(s)Share the podcast with your family, friends, co-workers, church, and on your social media pages THANKS FOR LISTENING TO THE REMARKABLE PEOPLE PODCAST!
We asked our listeners to share their favorite Animal Crossing memories on the show and they really brought it! We start today's show by sharing a couple of our own favorite memories from Animal Crossing. We also received many wonderful emails about people's fond memories of playing Animal Crossing with loved ones. We even invited our listeners to join us on the podcast as well. Enjoy some incredibly wholesome memories and celebrate Animal Crossing with us! Finally, we ask our patrons how excited they feel leading up to the direct for the Haken Islander Corner. Time Stamps: 0:00 - Theme 0:06 - Intro 1:48 - Hype for the AC Direct 9:06 - Hosts Favorite AC Memories 19:33 - Emailed Memories 29:25 - Listener Call Ins 54:47 - Haken's Islander Corner 1:01:38 - Outro Announcements Featured Artist: auntieplant Twitter: https://twitter.com/auntieplant Instagram: https://instagram.com/auntieplant Ko-fi: http://ko-fi.com/auntieplant Email: email@example.com More Haken Communities: Twitter: https://twitter.com/HakenPodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hakenpodcast/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Join the Haken Discord: https://discordapp.com/invite/wJTCMRK Support Haken on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/chuyplays Find Haken: An Animal Crossing Podcast on Podcast Platforms here: https://anchor.fm/haken-an-animal-crossing-podcast Follow Chuy on... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChuyPlaysNTDO Intagram: https://www.instagram.com/chuyplaysntdo/ Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/chuyplaysnintendo Follow Sergio on... Twitter: https://twitter.com/sergioalb64 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/sergioalb64 Follow Nina on... Twitter: https://twitter.com/GrizzlyCrossing YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1vZVkN0ZuzIvlNOysBUgOw --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/haken-an-animal-crossing-podcast/support
"Imagine starting on a journey to a new land, with a three-year-old daughter in hand—and waiting for you at the end of your journey, a husband you haven't seen for four years...."Marco's mother reluctantly leaves her hometown to join her husband in the United States.
Noah Wyle of "ER" fame went to a boarding school, where, in addition to his schoolwork, he had to care for a horse. But in between mucking out the stall and riding practice, he still found time to get in plenty of trouble and discover his passion for acting.
Casey Tygrett has been involved in the work of spiritual formation for nearly 25 years. Through various positions in churches, seminaries, and para-church organizations, Casey's work in writing and speaking have aligned to create content that is wise and helpful for the journey of life and faith. He completed the Tending the Holy spiritual direction training program in 2015, and since then has provided spiritual direction to individuals both privately and as the Director of Spiritual Direction at Soul Care. He is the author of two books, Becoming Curious: A Spiritual Practice of Asking Questions and As I Recall: Discovering the Place of Memories in Our Spiritual Life. The book As I Recall was awarded the 2020 Award of Merit in Spiritual Formation by Christianity Today. Casey is the host of the otherWISE Podcast, collecting wise conversations for living well on the journey with Jesus. He and his wife Holley have been married for over 20 years and have one daughter named Bailey. They live in south suburban Chicago, IL.
Kerryn Feehan, Chrissie Mayr, Xia and Colin Quinn join Daddy. The ladies are in full force and Quinny chimes in via Zoom. A classic Chipperson episode where Chip breaks down The Many Saints of Newark. Ice cube treats are discussed and Chipper gets emotional discussing Titanic. Colin reveals a devastating interaction with a Titanic cast member, as well as accosting a movie critic in public. Memories of MASH make for a delightful episode. The gang plays a game of guessing where certain sports are played. Fun for all. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.