This is a longer interview and could, maybe should, have been longer. Brooke is my niece and I am very proud of her. Living her life and doing it while helping so many others. I was on the edge of my seat during this conversation, this is a topic that I have never addressed on the show, but think about. Veteran suicides are at an alarming rate, suicides in general are at an alarming level. Brooke does a great job covering parts of the mental health conversation. I hope your takeaway from this episode is to be more aware of your mental health, having grace for others that are struggling with various mental health issues. Brooke received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Spring Hill College in Mobile, AL in 2009. Her nursing experience has primarily been in mental health, and she has close to 10 years of experience working in residential, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient eating disorder treatment centers. She received her Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2018 and is a board certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. As a nurse practitioner, Brooke provided outpatient care at a community mental health clinic treating individuals struggling with mental illness across the lifespan prior to rejoining the McCallum Place team. Brooke has always been incredibly passionate about helping individuals struggling with mental illness and feels privileged to be a part of their journey towards recovery.In her free time, Brooke enjoys hiking, fishing, traveling, and spending time with her wife, three Great Danes, and a Pomeranian mix. National Suicide Prevention hotline- https://988lifeline.org/. Dial 988 in the US.Learn more about Mental Health- https://www.nami.org/homeSupport the show
In this week's episode, Kimberly Cobb recaps what's been going on this past week (Halloween weekend, a Pomeranian party (!!!), Louis & her both getting sick), chats about T Swift's new album, raves about her latest steamy read, shares 10 tips on how to get out of a funk, & more! If you or someone you know may be struggling with suicidal thoughts, you can call the U.S. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 Follow for weekly episodes of the "My Lips Aren't Sealed" podcast, where I discuss dating, fashion, entertainment, travel, pop culture, and more from my life. Thanks for listening! DOWNLOAD THE REGALIA APP: Link - https://admin.allregalia.com/referral?ref=kimberlycobb Use referral code KIMBERLYCOBB DONATE: CashApp: https://cash.app/$kimberlycobbofficial Venmo: https://account.venmo.com/u/Kimberly-Cobb PERSONAL LINKS: Shop: https://www.kimberlycobb.co/shop Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kimberlycobb/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@kimberlycobb_?lang=en YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/kimberlycobb PODCAST LINKS: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mylipsarentsealedpodcast/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@mylipsarentsealed?lang=en
"I am addicted to building things" - Robert CookeTalk about an amazing journey Robert Cooke unpacks how his love of technology at an early age catapulted him into a career that takes him all over the world. As the founder and Chief Technology Officer at 3 Forge he is on the front lines of developing game changing software solutions for many industries.Robert shares how a computer from his grandfather got him started down a technology path. He gives a peak inside the genesis of his company and the transformation it has seen to where it is today.He breaks down the concept of a dependency tree and how that type of systematic thinking can help when analyzing problem areas in processes. Robert is a woodworking hobbyist and shares about his greatest builds thus far and the one piece of equipment he cannot go without. We even got to meet Crouton who is his lovable Pomeranian which solidified his "Dogs or Cats" question.This is a true hero of industry story and it was an honor to have Robert share about his adventures and it is exciting to see what comes next!Enjoy the journey and remember to keep asking why. Guest: Robert Cooke - CTO and Founder at 3ForgeIndustry War Story Submission: Send us a DM!FacebookInstagramHost: Chris GraingerExecutive Producer: Adam SheetsPodcast Editor: Andi Thrower
On today's show: Discussing the significance of Hockey Canada's CEO and Board of Directors stepping down. A rise in theft is shattering local businesses. Okanagan wine is literally -- and figuratively -- in Vogue! Izzy the Pomeranian's WILD ride!
The guys start out strong this week with the coldest of opens. They bat around a wide range of topics including Feeney's inverted chest, Brendan throwing a tantrum in a pet store because he wasn't allowed to get a Pomeranian, and chucking cold spaghetti at hecklers. Also in this episode, we have the toughest Brendan Spelling Segment yet. *** GET THE NEW TIMING SHIRT: https://my-store-d07b2a-2.creator-spring.com/listing/i-git-tu-hoest?product=2 OTHER MERCH: https://thelaughbutton.merchtable.com/heres-the-scenario Want to work with us? Email email@example.com. FOLLOW THE SHOW: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heresthescenariopod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScenarioPod Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ScenarioPod Website: https://thelaughbutton.com/podcasts/heres-the-scenario FOLLOW THE HOSTS: Mike Feeney Instagram, Twitter, TikTok: @iammikefeeney Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/nyfreshmaker YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MikeFeeneyComedy Website: https://www.mikefeeneycomedy.com Mike Cannon Instagram, Twitter, TikTok: @iammikecannon YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MikeCannonComedy Website: https://www.mikecannoncomedy.com Brendan Sagalow Instagram, Twitter, TikTok: @brendansagalow Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/sags2riches YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BrendanSagalow Website: https://brendansagalow.com Produced by Nicole Lyons Instagram: @nicoleclyons Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Binge Reading this week Kiwi-based mystery author Fiona Leitch and her Nosey Parker Cornish Murder mystery series, A Recipe For Murder. Hi there, I'm your host Jenny Wheeler, and in Binge Reading this week Fiona talks about her police officer sleuth who switches careers from metropolitan London and retreats to a small English village to reinvent herself as a chef – but she can't seem to avoid solving crime. In this latest addition to the series, Jodie is persuaded to enter a Great Bake Off show, and murder interferes with the TV schedule. We've got our usual giveaway mystery reads, and I have my Book #5 Unbridled Vengeance in there. https://claims.prolificworks.com/gg/5IUS2S8nKHKhF44uzCPc DOWNLOAD FREE BOOKS Fiona is on Binge Reading on Patreon's Five Quickfire Questions. Support the show on Patreon for as little as a cup of coffee a month, or if you particularly enjoy this episode buy me a cup of coffee on www.buymeacoffee/jennywheelX.com. Links to this episode: Richard Osman: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/authors/2201645/richard-osman/ Janice Hallett: https://www.simonandschuster.com/authors/Janice-Hallett/185128688 Jane Harper: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/27824826-the-dry Where to find Fiona online: Website: https://www.fionaleitch.com https://www.facebook.com/fionakleitch twitter.comfkleitch https://www.instagram.com/leitchfiona/ What we discuss on the show The new format covers which are proving very popular The Christmas book - Book Four - sold especially well The Cornish mysteries summed up0: Cornwall, cooking, handsome detectives, and a Pomeranian named Germaine. I'm sure all the dog lovers are going to love that. An introduction to Jodie and her world. Food an important component in the story - every book has a recipe The Bella Tyson series, which is about “the misadventures of 40-something award-winning crime writer, Bella Tyson”. Children in books and being a MUM Importance of humor What Fiona is reading: Jane Harper, (The Dry) What she'd change if she could The advice she gives young writers If you like Fiona you might also like Lorrie Holmgren's Emily Swift cozy travel mysteries set in the English heartland LISTEN TO lORRIE HERE Next Week on Binge Reading Whitney Scharer's highly praised story of adventurer, Vogue model and photographer Lee Miller's amazing life. The Joys of Binge Reading podcast is put together with wonderful technical help from Dan Cotton at DC Audio Services. Dan is an experienced sound and video engineer who's ready and available to help you with your next project… Seek him out at firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone + 64 – 21979539. He's fast, takes pride in getting it right, and lovely to work with. Our voice overs are done by Abe Raffills, and Abe's another gem. He got 20 years of experience on both sides of the camera/microphone as a cameraman/director and also voice artist and television presenter. Abe's vocal delivery is both light hearted and warm and he is super easy to work with no matter the job. You'll find him at email@example.com
For Episode 108 of the Wealth On Any Income Podcast, Rennie is joined by Linda Cain. Linda has massive experience with both online and live events, planning domestically and internationally for over 25 years. She works with the “Who's Who” in the transformation space. With her team, Linda creates repeatable 6 & 7 figure events for her clients. She also trains others on what it takes to have a successful, fun, entertaining, and educational event. When Linda's not producing events, you will find her with her husband and family on the river, boating, jet ski, entertaining, and, raising Pomeranians!Today will be a little longer than usual at 30 minutes because it is so packed with ideas for coaches, authors, speakers, and trainers to increase your profits.In this episode, Rennie and Linda cover:02:11 How Linda got her start in events and how she was there at Speak Your Way to Wealth one of the earlier old-fashioned pitch fests!04:25 Linda describes how some of her clients use touring as part of their retreat events.06:56 Linda's favorite charity – The Unstoppable Foundation (https://unstoppablefoundation.org/) – what they do and how Linda and her team provide support to them.10:15 The two types of clients that Linda and her team work with and how their approach differs between them.14:03 What Linda considers her biggest failure and what she took from it to change her approach with her clients which has resulted in big success and a win-win for everyone.17:22 How you can have a successful event even if you don't have a huge audience.18:25 Some of the common mistakes Linda witnesses her prospects making.21:19 What Linda feels is the most important thing at an event – letting the attendees walk away with something done.23:12 How to get Linda's free guide - Profitable Events: The Complete Guide that breaks down the four kinds of events: retreats, live events, hybrid, and virtual events at https://lindacain.kartra.com/page/PromoOT23:52 Linda shares with us the one strategy that anyone can do – having a VIP day.‘What I'm really finding is that people… we're tired of the fluff, we don't need to go and listen to the latest speaker or listen to the latest thing. We want to get in and do some work. Let me walk away with something done.' – Linda CainGet Linda's free guide - Profitable Events: The Complete Guide at https://lindacain.kartra.com/page/PromoOTTo learn more about Linda visit https://www.eventsbybludiamond.com/#_31j0xwxolIf you'd like to know how books, movies, and society programs you to be poor, and what the cure is visit wealthonanyincome.com/tedx. You'll hear Rennie's TEDx talk and can request a free 27-page Roadmap to Complete Financial Choice® and receive a weekly email with tips, techniques, or inspiration around your business or money. AND if you'd like to see how you can increase your wealth and donate to the causes that touch your heart. Please check out our affordable program ‘Wealth with Purpose'.Rennie's Books and Programshttps://wealthonanyincome.com/books/Wealth with Purpose:https://wealthonanyincome.com/wealthwithpurposeRennie's 9 Days to Financial Freedom program:https://wealthonanyincome.com/programsConnect with Rennie Websites:WealthOnAnyIncome.comRennieGabriel.comEmail: Rennie@WealthOnAnyIncome.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/renniegabriel/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WealthOnAnyIncome/Twitter: https://twitter.com/RennieGabrielYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdIkYMOuvzHQqVXe4e_L8PgInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/wealthonanyincome/
In this episode of BirdNoir, the P.I. gets a call from someone desperate over a bird stealing a tuft of her precious Pomeranian's fur. The detective is able to ID the thief, a bird with so light a touch that it can take fur from a snoozing dog without waking it. The motive: nice, warm lining for the bird's nest.More info and transcript at BirdNote.org. Want more BirdNote? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Sign up for BirdNote+ to get ad-free listening and other perks. BirdNote is a nonprofit. Your tax-deductible gift makes these shows possible.
My guest today says, “If you are the smartest person you know, go out and meet some new people!” Joining me on today's show is Stefani Boyd. Stefani is a broker, mortgage, and loan expert who specializes in helping real estate agents gain an edge in this competitive market and has both her real estate and mortgage broker licenses and is the CEO of her own corporation. She is a proud Air Force mom, has three sons, two granddaughters, and her adorable Pomeranian, Lola. Stefani is passionate about grassroots community outreach and enjoys working with her community to find solutions to help people experiencing homelessness in Sacramento. On today's show, Stefani is going to share: The importance of diversification - whether that means your investment portfolio or your friend group. Why never giving up is not an option. Time is money, but some of the best things in life really are free, so make sure you don't miss out on the important things because you're chasing that cash. A Personal Message from Annemarie… Have you enjoyed listening to this podcast interview and want to know how you can create your very own podcast platform so you become known as an influential voice in your industry? Access my free How to Create a Profitable Podcasting Masterclass, where I'll show you: Six Common Podcasting Myths that'll keep you stuck from creating your profitable podcast; Why focusing on technology (i.e. which microphone you should be using) is unwise and what you MUST focus on first if you want to start a profitable podcast. Sadly, SO many Change Makers and aspiring Thought Leaders miss these key steps and fail to generate the ROI/income they hope their podcast will generate; Three Changes in Consumer Behavior you need to be aware of BEFORE you launch your podcast to help keep you focused on what's MOST important and/or no longer relevant; The NUMBER ONE reason why businesses fail to create a profitable podcast so you can avoid falling into the same trap; Three Podcast Profit Models that'll help you nurture listeners into leads and into paying customers, step-by-step. Go to: www.PodcastingWithPurpose.com/Masterclass YOUR SAY: What did you think about the message shared today? What action step will you take to turn this around? Go ahead and share. We'd love to hear from you! Please leave your comment in the box below, and remember to share and Like the show with your colleagues. Also, stop on by our Facebook page to say hello and to give us a shout out on Twitter – we promise to shout back! As always, we appreciate it. The post [Ep#181] The Importance of Diversification appeared first on The Ambitious Entrepreneur Podcast Network Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What does self-doubt look like in a relationship? How does you questioning yourself, affect the person you are with? Can you really be supportive when you are questioning your own abilities? When we think about imposter syndrome, we frequently overlook how it impacts us relationally. However, the truth is, questioning yourself does more that interfere with your own path to success. It also creates challenges for the person you are with, and their confidence in the relationship. We have all experienced imposter syndrome, where we internally think we are “tricking” people or will be found out because we are a fake. Although, it's what we do with these feelings and thoughts that make all the difference. On this episode of Untherapeutic, Dr. Nic Hardy is joined by Licensed Professional Counselor and Imposter Syndrome expert Kisha Walwyn-Duquesnay (Wall-Win-Doo-Kenny). Kisha has been a Licensed Professional Counselor for the last 10 years in Houston, TX and is owner of optimisticcounseling.com. Kisha helps career driven women beat Imposter Syndrome so they can feel worthy of the success they have achieved without the guilt. Over the last 10 years, Kisha has helped hundreds of women go from feeling undeserving, to feeling worthy of every good thing that comes to them. So that they can finally own all that they have done, all that they will do, and live the big full life they deserve. Kisha graduated from the University Of Mary Hardin-Baylor, with an M.A. in counseling and from the University Of North Texas, with a B.A. in sociology and double minor in psychology and counseling. Kisha is first generation Caribbean, born in Houston, Texas. Her mother is American. Her father was born in St. Kitts and raised in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. Kisha is married with a 1 year old daughter and 14 year old Pomeranian. To learn more about Kisha, you can follow her on Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/optimisticcounseling visit her counseling practice, Optimistic Counseling. Don't forget to like and subscribe to the Untherapeutic Podcast on your favorite streaming platform, and follow Dr. Nic Hardy on Facebook at nichardycounseling or on Instagram @nichardy_.
Welcome to another episode of The Veterinary Roundtable! In this episode, the ladies answer if they'd rather choose a Chow Chow or a Dalmatian, discuss a possible marijuana ingestion case, discuss their thoughts about the Pomsky breed, and more!Do you have a question for The Veterinary Roundtable? Ask us on any social media platform or email firstname.lastname@example.org!Episodes of The Veterinary Roundtable are on all podcast services along with video form Facebook and YouTube!TIMESTAMPSIcebreakers - 0:07:10Case Collections - 0:14:311st Listener Question (Taylor Stafford) - 0:37:382nd Listener Question (@depressedcapricorn69) - 0:42:35
We met this person more than 10 years ago in VK, in one of the thematic music public sites with rare music of the 70s-80s. Sergei @baster-jazzster has grown a lot during this time, moved from Severodvinsk to Moscow and became a prominent DJ in the digger crowd. He is also a member of the formations Base Movement, Nord Train Disco, 1/2 blog and the label Amateur Exotic. Sometimes he performs under the alter ego of Amateur Exorcist, playing outlandish music. Surprisingly, the selection of northern Pomeranian bloodlines, using the example of Seryozha, reveals its most tropical side. Funk, soul, balearic, disco, boogie and more modern dance genres. For us, Baster Jazzster has put together a house (of course) mix that demonstrates his taste preferences and deep knowledge of music very well. If you want to transfer to his set live - visit Moscow venues like Powerhouse, Enthusiast, Flaner more often, and also follow the broadcasts of our friends @testfm_radio.
Baking and herbs both calm my heart and mind. In today's episode, I am back in my kitchen baking scones with lemon balm infused heavy cream blended into the batter. Lemon balm is a delight to grow and the fresh leaves offer a beautiful perfumey aroma that can uplift a heavy heart and offer a peaceful moment. In the kitchen, it's medicine for the baker. Lemon Balm Scones (if lemon balm balm is not something you have, give these a try using basil or thyme in its place) For lemon balm infused cream: approx ¾ cup (12g) fresh lemon balm leaves or ¼ cup dried lemon balm 1 cup plus ⅛ cup heavy cream In a medium saucepan, bring cream to scald over medium high heat, don't boil, just heat until small bubbles form at edges of pan and cream begins to steam. Add chopped lemon balm leaves, stir to submerge. Remove from heat, cover with lid and steep for 25 minutes. Pour cream and lemon balm leaves into a blender and pulse to blend. Strain, reserving cream and measure 1 cup or 250g. Set aside for batter. Discard lemon balm leaves. Ingredients: 4 cups (500g) bread flour 2 tbsp (25g) baking powder 6 tbsp (80g) unsalted butter, cut to cubes, chilled 2 large eggs ⅓ cup (80g) granulated sugar 2 tsp lemon zest 1 cup (250g) lemon balm infused heavy cream Egg wash: 1 large egg beat with a pinch of salt Instructions: Sift together flour and baking powder into a large mixing bowl. Using a pastry blender or hands, blend in chilled butter until mixture resembles fine bread crumbs. In a separate medium sized bowl, mix wet ingredients with sugar. Whisk eggs, add sugar and lemon zest, whisk. Add lemon balm infused heavy cream and whisk to blend Pour wet ingredients into flour and butter mixture and gently stir together until begins to form a ball of dough. L Let rest for 5 minutes. Turn out onto a floured surface, knead gently until smooth. Press to flatten with a floured rolling pin and roll to a 1 inch high disc. Cut scones with a 2 inch round biscuit or cookie cutter, press down and lift, do not twist. Place on parchment lined baking sheet. Refrigerate scones for at least 30 minutes before baking. Preheat oven to 425F. Brush tops and sides of scones liberally with egg wash. Sprinkle with a bit of granulated sugar. Bake for 15-20 minutes until golden brown. Cool on wire racks. Enjoy! Mentions: HerbRally Podcast HealHaus Yoga Studio & Wellness Center ---Deepest gratitude to Andrea Klunder, my podcast boss. Find her at thecreativeimposter.com. Original music by Dylan Rice Please send me your comments, requests, or feedback. Send me a message, voice or write an email, my email is email@example.com. I look forward to hearing from you! To get herb inspired recipes, plant profiles and read more about herbal medicine, visit my website at: theherbalbakeshoppe.com Join me on Patreon Connect with me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter If you enjoyed this episode, please follow or subscribe where ever you like to listen to podcasts! And if you have time, kindly share with your friends and family. ABOUT DINA Dina Ranade is a Registered Herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild and a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist. She is also a mom of three humans - two daughters and one son all now living their young adult lives - and one sweet Pomeranian named Maci.
1994 had everything. 3 great movies, one animated masterpiece, and the birth of a true international icon. Bollywood didn't have a bad year either, making Pomeranians the true flavor of the season. This week Abhin and Rohit discuss the impact the year 1994 on their cinematic education. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Service Dogs Top Ten Best BreedsService dogs. They guide us, alert us, and assist us. They are our eyes and ears, our calm during the storm, and our best friends.Black cocker spaniel service dog and teddy bear best buddies.Dogs provide more than their presence in times of difficulty. Each breed contributes a collection of characteristics and capabilities to assist with their owners' needs. Issues ranging from PTSD, depression, and anxiety. Those with impaired vision or live with autism in their families have experienced the type of life-changing impact of a service dog.Various studies have monitored serotonin levels, dopamine, and even cholesterol levels and connected alleviated symptoms directly to the benefits of owning a service dog. The companionship of a canine extends beyond playtime. For those struggling with a disability, the type of comfort derived is irreplaceable.Service Dogs Top Ten Best Breed #10. Cavalier King Charles SpanielThose soulful eyes, how could you say no? The spaniel has secured a reputation for itself as a cuddle bug! With a history of royalty, monarchy, and prestige, you'd expect this breed to be aloof and indifferent. Not the case. The KC spaniel tugs on your heartstrings and remains closely attentive to your needs for affection. This breed is incredibly helpful for those living with the effects of depression or PTSD. They are natural healers and comfort consistently. Especially when it's needed most.Service Dogs Top Ten Best Breed #9. PugWe have yet to find a picture of a pug that doesn't make you laugh or smile. They have been dubbed the goofballs of the dog universe with their laissez-faire attitude and their ability to mimic our facial expressions beautifully. They are exceptionally well suited for children and can alleviate the symptoms of various afflictions. If you're feeling down, a pug will bring an air of fun to lighten the mood.Service Dogs Top Ten Best Breed #8. PoodleLoyalty is a quality that poodles specialize in, and their ability to provide compassionate care is a massive help to those in need of assistance. Their intelligence makes them suitable to train for physical service. For example, they thrive in any given environment. Provide a challenge as these dogs will surprise you every time. For instance, a poodle's social skills are limitless and allow for a smooth experience around humans and animals alike.Service Dogs Top Ten Best Breed #7. Labrador RetrieverAnother intelligent and dutiful companion exists in the beloved Labrador retriever. His uncanny ability to discover, explore, retrieve, and carry is second to none! The lab has also provided a grounding air to those with ADD or Autism and any severe anxiety proving to be another wise choice for a service dog.Service Dogs Top Ten Best Breed #6. Yorkie TerrierIt's no wonder that this breed made a list; Yorkies' typical sizes allow them to be your constant companion, which is an indispensable quality for most mental health concerns. Yorkie terriers are also especially ideal for senior citizens providing both the comfort and affection of a lap dog with the obedience and calm demeanor that most seniors prefer in an animal. They can be easily trained to fulfill some tasks and are sensitive to sound to provide an alert system for their owners. Another incredible mix under this breed is a Maltese Yorkie, providing all of the qualities listed and being sensitive to its owner's specific needs.Service Dogs Top Ten Best Breed #5. PomeranianComing in at number five is the heart-wrenchingly adorable Pomeranian. Just looking at one has been known to conjure a smile from the most reluctant of onlookers. The Pomeranian's size makes it another suitable companion for those who are renting and those who need constant companionship. Their attentive qualities match up well with owners who suffer from anxiety, depression, or even loneliness and the effects of grief. If there are fewer physical needs to be met, opt for one of these smart, loving pups.Service Dogs Top Ten Best Breed #4. Border CollieDebatably the most well-known farmhand, the border collie has been assisting families for hundreds of years. Among their most loved qualities is their ability to multitask, remain attentive to physical tasks, and still cater to quality nurturing when needed. As highly intelligent and energetic dogs, these canines need daily mental stimulation and regular physical exercise.Service Dogs Top Ten Best Breed #3. BoxerYet another wise choice for a devoted service dog. A boxer caters to a wide array of disabilities, and these kind-natured animals also comfort those with mental disabilities. This breed is especially appropriate for more prominent families or a louder setting as they remain collected despite a rowdy atmosphere. Jot this breed down on your list of species that require daily exercise.Service Dogs Top Ten Best Breed #2. German ShepherdOn almost all lists, the German Shepherd commands attention as perhaps one of the top 3 candidates for the service dog breed. Their dominant demeanor, protective instinct, and versatile skill set lend a hand to both those who need physical support and loyal company. The Guide Dogs of America has listed this breed as 15% of all service dogs.Service Dogs Top Ten Best Breed #1. Golden RetrieverThis breed is one of the most beloved breeds of all time. They are known for their nurturing capability and ability to keep up with the most active pet owners. These guys are as gentle as they come and as fiercely loyal as every Hollywood movie depicts.The reality is that it will be hard to go wrong if you select any of the breeds mentioned above. Still, you're certainly signing up for a lifetime of loving companionship and the healing energy that you've been seeking. Happy choosing!
Dave Caban and Curtis Patrick use structural drafting guidelines to draft multiple Underdog Pomeranian 3 teams at once... The RotoViz Fantasy Football Show is powered by RotoViz Radio. HOSTS Dave Caban (@davecabanff) – RotoViz Co-Owner Curtis Patrick (@CPatricknfl) – RotoViz Co-Owner The RotoViz Fantasy Football Show A RotoViz podcast covering all things fantasy football, hosted by Dave Caban and Curtis Patrick SPONSORS MYFFPC - The FFPC Stat Attack is brought to you by myffpc.com the home of season-long high stakes fantasy football RotoViz- RotoViz Radio listeners can save 10% off of a 1-year RotoViz subscription at RotoViz.com/podcast or by applying the discount code 'rvradio2022' at checkout. Subscribe to the RotoViz YouTube Channel here! SHOW NOTES Email: RotoVizFFshow@gmail.com Voice Mail: (978)-615-9214 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dave Caban and Curtis Patrick use structural drafting guidelines to draft multiple Underdog Pomeranian 3 teams at once... The RotoViz Fantasy Football Show is powered by RotoViz Radio. HOSTS Dave Caban (@davecabanff) – RotoViz Co-Owner Curtis Patrick (@CPatricknfl) – RotoViz Co-Owner The RotoViz Fantasy Football Show A RotoViz podcast covering all things fantasy football, hosted by Dave Caban and Curtis Patrick SPONSORS MYFFPC - The FFPC Stat Attack is brought to you by myffpc.com the home of season-long high stakes fantasy football RotoViz- RotoViz Radio listeners can save 10% off of a 1-year RotoViz subscription at RotoViz.com/podcast or by applying the discount code 'rvradio2022' at checkout. Subscribe to the RotoViz YouTube Channel here! SHOW NOTES Email: RotoVizFFshow@gmail.com Voice Mail: (978)-615-9214 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Folks, on this week's episode we hear about a Pomeranian who took on a bear, the house cars can't stop crashing into, the controversy surrounding corn hole bean bags, how Janet Jackson's 'Rhythm Nation' can shut down Windows computers, and Papa John's awful new creation, Papa Bowls We are on Patreon! Become a patron for weekly bonus eps and more stuff!: www.patreon.com/whatatimepod Check out our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/whatatimetobealive Get one of our t-shirts, or other merch, using this link! https://whatatimepod.bigcartel.com/ whatatimepod.com Join our Discord chat here: discord.gg/jx7rB7J @pattymo // @kathbarbadoro // @eliyudin // @whatatimepod © 2022 What A Time LLC
Intro regulars: Schumann Resonance News for 7 places on Earth, the spikes happening in the otherwise calm baseline of 7.83 Hertz! Sun activity, cosmic radiation news, solar wind news, CME and sunspot news. NASA's all sky cameras fireball news for the USA. Intro: I discuss jealousy and drinking that haterade. It's come to my attention that perhaps some people have felt this way about me over the past 4 years while I'm making my show and reporting on some of the things that have been remarkable that happened to me and I'm just here to say my life is been extremely hard nobody wants to walk a mile in my moccasins! But you are certainly welcome to ask God to show you what I've been through. Don't be jealous for what other people have in their lives what good their receiving or what spiritual awesomeness is happening to them because you're on the same road and it's going to happen for you to in a unique and beautiful way. When you hate people for something that you don't like about them it's usually because you have it in yourself and you hate it in yourself and it points to where you need healing. Tonight's Topic: Earth Changes Report And Weekly Weird World News! Some drought news but mostly flash flood news from various places around the world. Lots of earthquakes and a couple volcanoes. Watchers.news is featured. In Weird News we discuss the very serious topic of not ever doing the blackout challenge or any online challenges that can result in coma and death.. we discuss a sweet young man who lost his life because of this. A massive Atlas moth found in the USA for the first time, penis stone cemetery, Guinness book of worlds records new entry involving potatoes in Japan, animals getting in trouble, escaping pigs and bear-chasing Pomeranians, mullet championships, 1 million free throws for the record, monkeys calling the police, and much more! UPI and the daily Mirror provide weird headlines for tonight's show.
Bio: Writers, artivists and creatives CHARLES TYSON, JR. and MARTHA MADRIGAL come to you each week with their unique brand of wit and humor as they discuss current headlines affecting the LGBTQ+ community, pop culture, and navigating life as a black queer man and a white trans femme, recently engaged.After ten years of friendship and another ten years as a couple, these former tavern owners invite you into their home at East Barbary Lane each week to visit with them, their needy Pomeranian and two eternally feuding cats.They might even add a surprise guest now and again.Here is our linktree with all of our pertinent links: linktr.ee/fullcirclethepodYou can watch it here: https://youtu.be/75MvyrSFK28Like and subscribe and follow me on instagram @wakeupwithkcWebsite: https://www.wakeupwithkc.com/Jewelry provided by: Pretty Bling Boutiquehttps://www.facebook.com/prettyblingboutique/Media Manager: Steven Joiner : firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 816-605-4561Logo created by: Eden Fritz AguiarProducer & Marketing Dir, Clovercrest MediaOpener created by: Zachary LaPlantCMG | Social Media Manager| Chief Video Editor Music is provided by: Just The Way It IsAdrian WaltherSX7PA8K4SYANWVLZ
Welcome to the Relax My Dog Podcast! This week Leah and Claire tell you some fun & interesting facts about Pomeranians! Check out our blogs, vlogs and social media: Relax My Dog YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/relaxmydog Twitter: http://www.twitter.co.uk/relaxmydog Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/relaxmydog Relax My Dog Blog: https://relaxmydog.com/blogs --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/relaxmydog/support
Back to 9/23/2021 on another time travel episode! JJ Obee joins your host Shift Orion in a vulnerable, funny 2-part episode. In Part 1, Shift reveals the challenges he faced when coming out of lockdown. JJ details how they met Shift and how they ended up with a furry pterodactyl who was supposed to be dying already... then had a miraculous and annoying recovery. JJ and Shift talk about the power and nutrition in human interactions and how lockdown and reemergence impacted their mental health. Also... Shift's theory that a lot of glam is a coverup for disabilities and how Cooking With Paris on Netflix surprisingly got him through a suicidal episode. JJ is an Ohio-born actor, writer, singer, artist, and landscape architect with a soft spot for wheezy Pomeranians currently dominating the dream in Los Angeles. Connect with JJ Obee on TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter @JJ_Obee, or JJObee.com... or just google JJ Obee. You'll like what you find.
Emily C. Abraham, DVM, CVA, attended the University of Miami from 2006 to 2009, receiving her Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in 2009 with a major in Biology and double minors in Chemistry and Classics. She was the president of the UM Pre-Veterinary Society, where she organized dog walks, baths, and shows to raise money for local pet rescue organizations. In 2013, Abraham graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. She also studied at The Chi Institute and is a certified veterinary acupuncturist. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), Florida Veterinary Medical Association (FVMA), Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS), and she is certified with the USDA, enabling her to authorize animal health certificates for traveling needs. Her veterinary interests include surgery, clinical pathology, dermatology, and acupuncture. She has a special interest in neonatal and geriatric care. In her spare time, she enjoys playing basketball, dominoes and rock climbing with her friends and family. Abraham rescued her “kids,” Yogi, an adorable 14 year old yorkie, Minnie, an energetic and loveable 12 year old Pomeranian; Ziggy, a water loving 5 year old Pomeranian; and Ellie Zen Kitty, a sassy 3 year old tabby cat. Abraham has also rescued squirrels and helped nurture them until they can be released back into their natural environment. Abraham is married to her best friend, Carlos, and they have a 10 month old son named Mateo.
Jude is a cat-dude and I am a OUT-LOUD and PROUD Cat AND Dog Lady. And in today's episode Jude and I pummel Lauren Parsch, a cat behaviorist with question after question. If you love cats or want to love them better this show will be of great value to you. Lauren first tells us about her challenges in getting to know the first and second cats in her life and how her mission to create peace in her home led to a full-on obsession about cat info. She finally gave in to her obsession and made a career out of it, and is now certified in Cat behavior. It IS a thing! She gives some great tips on how to begin improving your one one one relationship with a cat, the key differences between cats and dogs, what key factor leads to behavior problems in cats, how to introduce new cats into the household, why they are great for our mental and general health and more. I had a great experience working with Lauren regarding introducing my Pomeranian dog Pippin Puppacino to my cat BBG aka Blackberry Girl. BBG is super territorial and hates other cats but with Lauren's advice I was able to introduce Pippin into the household without any drama. They peacefully co-exist and now sleep on the same bed as me, when BBG is in the mood. She is a cat after all! You can find What I Didn't Call My Therapist on all major podcast platforms! And please subscribe, share, and RATE 5 stars where you can! You can also find us on Instagram @whatididnttellmytherapist. And stay tuned for our YouTube channel of the same name for videos of the pods - with some outtakes. If you want to work with Lauren you can finder her at her : Website - https://www.furraticbehavior.com/ Instagram - @furraticbehavior Facebook Group - The Confident Cat Parent - https://www.facebook.com/groups/707127333296884/ And if you want to know your cat's personality type, check out this quiz - https://www.furraticbehavior.com/whats-your-cats-personality-type/ Catch Jude Gorini's : Instagram - @jude_gorini_ The Krazy Beautiful Show podcast - on All podcast platforms & Instagram - @tkrazybeautifulshow Catch Leela Davis's : Website - LeelaDavis.com Instagram - @mypeaceofsanity #furraticbehavior, #catpodcast, #cat, #mentalhealthawareness, #lifecoach, #healthcoach, #catbehavior, #podcast, #bipolar, #mentalhealth, #anxiety, #depression --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/widtmtpodcast/message
WICKED GOOD MOMCAST | EPISODE 7 Loving Our Mom Bods Even During Swimsuit Season Guest: Darcel Hunt-Finegold It's summertime in Boston! That means the kids are out of school, New England is sunny and warm for a few months, and you get to visit some of our beautiful local beaches with your family! …Real talk… Did the thought of putting on a bathing suit at the beach just make you tense up? Well, today we are talking to Boston Moms writer and certified group and personal trainer, Darcel Hunt-Finegold, about how to love our mom bods, even during swimsuit season. Our hope is that by the end of this episode you will feel inspired to embrace making memories with your family over stressing about how you look in a swimsuit. About Our Guest Darcel has been a writer for the Boston Moms team since 2020. She is a wife, mother, and life-long Bostonian. Her life passions are education and fitness. She is a proponent of public education and works as a high school teacher in the Boston Public Schools. Darcel's own personal health journey inspired her to earn a personal training and group fitness certification as well as create her brand, “Living the QuoBreaking Life.” She encourages women to step out of their comfort zone to create life by their design via mindset and fitness. Darcel loves to run, hike, cook brunch, and discover new places in the New England area with her daughter, husband, and Pomeranian, Brady. Resources Follow Darcel on Instagram What is the Wicked Good Momcast? Welcome to the Wicked Good Momcast! A podcast FOR Boston Moms, BY Boston Moms. A space to hear stories from real moms, to celebrate the beauty of motherhood, and to normalize its challenges. Tune in while you fold laundry, commute to work or school, or get cozy after a long day in the trenches. Motherhood is hard, but it doesn't have to be lonely! Boston Moms was launched in 2015 with a heart to connect Boston-area moms to each other through meaningful discussion, shared stories, and connection both on and offline. With over 5 million website pageviews since our founding and a reach of over 100k parents per month, Boston Moms is rapidly growing and scaling. We've been asked many times to bring our stories and resources to the podcast world, so we are taking the plunge! We could not be more excited to formally welcome you to follow the Boston Moms Wicked Good Momcast! Who | The Wicked Good Momcast will be hosted by Meghan Block + Shannon Gibson, two local moms with a heart for community and with an undeniable connection that we hope you'll hear through our voices. What | In each episode, you'll hear from Boston Moms Contributing Writers who are putting a voice to the stories and perspectives they've shared on BostonMoms.com, local + national experts in various spheres relevant to parenting, local moms and business owners who you should know about, and special guests! Where | You can listen wherever you listen to other podcasts! Please subscribe so you never miss an update! APPLE PODCASTS | iHeart PODCASTS Links We Mentioned (Or Should Have...) https://bostonmoms.com/fitness/loving-my-mom-bod/
Welcome to the Very Kind Episode of The Apologetics Podcast! Of course, almost every episode of this podcast is kind of kind, mostly because Garrick is just that kind of person. But this episode is the kind of episode that's particularly kind, because we're joined by Dr. Keith Plummer, who is widely renowned for his special kind of kindness. Even the battle between your intrepid cohosts in Indiana, Jones, and the Raiders of Church History turns out to be cuddly and kind. Timothy puts a Pomeranian puppy named “Belferlein” into battle against Garrick's weapon of choice, which is a belt that once belonged to Mary the mother of Jesus. In the end, the belt is turned into a leash, and the dynamic duo decides to stop fighting and cuddle the puppy instead. That's when Dr. Keith Plummer shows up, and things get even kinder. Dr. Plummer is one of the contributors to a very kind recent book entitled Before You Lose Your Faith: Deconstructing Doubt in the Church (The Gospel Coalition, 2021). In this episode, he is kind enough to talk to us about social media, deconversion, doubt, and the Doobie Brothers—a band whose 1976 hit “What a Fool Believes” includes the line “You don't know my kind.” All in all, this episode of The Apologetics Podcast is a one-of-a-kind experience in which even Timothy is kind, which is kind of rare. Also, “Bëlfërlëïn” would be the perfect name for a German industrial metal band, as long as they're a very kind band that likes dogs. ABOUT GUEST AND HOSTS Keith Plummer, Ph.D., is the Professor of Theology and Dean of the School of Divinity at Cairn University in Pennsylvania. He has a Ph.D. in Systematic Theology from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, where he also earned his M.Div. in Apologetics. Follow Dr. Plummer at @XianMind. Timothy Paul Jones, Ph.D., is C. Edwin Gheens Professor of Christian Ministry at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He teaches in the areas of family ministry and applied apologetics. He has authored or edited more than a dozen books, including Why Should I Trust the Bible?, The God Who Goes Before You, Perspectives on Family Ministry, and Christian History Made Easy. Garrick Bailey is a Ph.D. student in systematic theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, studying Herman Bavinck and Roman Catholicism under the supervision of Gregg Allison. LINKS TO CLICK Before You Lose Your Faith: Deconstructing Doubt in the Church (The Gospel Coalition, 2021) The Digital Public Square: Christian Ethics in a Technological Society (B&H Academic, 2023) 25 Basic Bible Studies: Including Two Contents, Two Realities (Francis Schaeffer) Patreon Support theapologeticspodcast.com Urban Ministry Podcast CLOSING CREDITS Music for the podcast has been licensed through Artlist.io and performed by Cunningham Manor. Brief excerpts of music played in each program are included solely for the purposes of comment and critique as allowed under the fair-use provision of U.S. copyright law. “The fair use of a copyrighted work … for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, … scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright” (U.S. Code § 107, Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair use).
A daily news briefing from Catholic News Agency, powered by artificial intelligence. Ask your smart speaker to play “Catholic News,” or listen every morning wherever you get podcasts. www.catholicnewsagency.com - Pope Francis has expressed shock and sadness over the mass shooting that led to the death of at least six people and wounded some 30 others at a Fourth of July parade in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park on Monday. The pope said he joined “the entire community in praying that Almighty God will grant eternal rest to the dead and healing and consolation to the injured and bereaved.” “With unwavering faith that the grace of God is able to convert even the hardest of hearts, making it possible to depart from evil and do good,” the message continued, and Pope Francis prayed “that every member of society will reject violence in all of its forms and respect life in all of its stages.” In a statement, Cardinal Blase Cupich of Chicago said he was praying for the victims and first responders. He also spoke out strongly against the scourge of gun violence. A 22-year-old from Highland Park was apprehended late Monday in connection with the shooting. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/251717/pope-francis-condemns-senseless-shooting-calls-for-end-of-violence-after-july-fourth-parade-attack Pope Francis has said he has no plans to resign soon and that his knee injury is healing. Reports of Francis resigning began to spread last month in light of three events to happen in late August, including the creation of new cardinals and a day trip to the Italian city of L'Aquila, which Benedict XVI visited in 2009, four years before announcing his own resignation. The pope did say, as in the past, that he would consider resigning one day if he could no longer run the Church due to poor health, but only “God will say” when that might be. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/251711/for-the-moment-no-really-pope-francis-dismisses-resignation-rumors-says-health-is-improving Father Mike Schmitz, the voice behind the “Bible in a Year” podcast, will launch a new “Catechism in a Year” podcast on January 1, 2023. For the 365 days of 2023, Schmitz will read through the entire Catechism of the Catholic Church, while “providing explanation, insight, and encouragement along the way.” The new podcast will be free on all streaming platforms, as well as on the Hallow prayer app. The Catechism of the Catholic Church is a compilation of fundamental Christian truths and the essential teachings of the Church. The official US version of the text is more than 900 pages long. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/251705/father-mike-schmitzs-next-podcast-catechism-in-a-year-starts-jan-1 Today, the Church celebrates the life and work of Saint Otto. He was born in 1060 in Swabia, and died on June 30, 1139. He was the Bishop of Bamberg, an indefatigable evangelizer, and the apostle of the Pomeranians. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-otto-bishop-289
Summary: Grab your SPF 30 and watch out for rip currents, we're headed to the beach! Today, Holly and Devin bring books that take place at the beach and by the sea. The summer vibes are strong, and Holly and Devin find that they crave more whimsical, light versions of the books in their wheelhouses this time of year. They agree that beach-themed books across genres can flood the market and not all of them are gems. When done well, however, these books provide escapism and fun they both can't get enough of. Topics Discussed: The Dagger (4:06): Holly discussed Evil Under the Sun by Agatha Christie, a 1941 murder mystery novel that follows our favorite detective Hercule Poirot on what was meant to be a vacation and quickly turns into the murder investigation of the beautiful actress, Arlena Marshall. Her key takeaways were: The beach is central to the novel in both fun and important ways; Arlena is found strangled on the beach, and Poirot tracks the fun in the sun activities of all his suspects throughout the novel until we find our killer. As with Christie's other novels, this book is a product of the time in which it was written and some descriptions of characters or phrases contain the racism and xenophobia prevalent at the time, and unfortunately still prevalent in many arenas today. If you're looking for books with a similar structure but a more modern voice, Holly recommends: Sujata Massey's the Satapur Moonstone (from Ep. 6) Soji Shimada's Murder in the Crooked House Shamini Flint's Inspector Singh Investigates Series Christopher Huang's A Gentleman's Murder Christie's books are hinged on small details - objects, things that go missing or suddenly reappear, timing, etc. and the puzzle of it all is Holly's favorite part; you know that by the end you will have found the killer, and the rest of the time is fun in the sun following Poirot as he hunts. The Heart (19:03): Devin discussed The House in the Cerulean Sea by T.J. Klune, a novel following boring, solitary Linus Baker from his desk job for the Department in Charge of Magical Youth (DICOMY) to a magical orphanage on an island in which 6 magical children reside with their caretaker, the charming Arthur Parnassus. Her key takeaways were: The beach and ocean in this novel play myriad roles, but the clearest comes in the contracts between Linus' life before (very black and white) and his life when he arrives on the island (high saturation, vibrant color). It serves to separate the orphanage from the mainland, but also brings comfort, power, and happiness to all the characters. The quirky and fascinating cast of characters (including the Antichrist and a were-Pomeranian) teach Linus (and therefore the reader) about passion, authenticity, love, and finding your own super power. Linus is the only non-magical person on the island, and his evolution shows us that kindness is magical too. Klune, in an interview, stated that this novel was inspired in part by The Sixties Scoop - the mass removal of Aboriginal children from their families to the child welfare system, in most cases without consent, throughout the 1960s in Canada. This caused a fair bit of controversy, and readers can choose to engage with the book or not at their discretion. However, we encourage respect for T.J. Klune himself and remind everyone that inspiration can come from anywhere - it doesn't mean the work itself is valueless. Hot On the Shelf (37:17): Holly: The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine Devin: Act Your Age, Eve Brown by Talia Hibbert What's Making Our Hearts Race (41:20): Holly: Season 4 of Stranger Things on Netflix Devin: Heartstopper on Netflix Graphic Novel Series: Heartstopper by Alice Oseman Instagram: @heartsanddaggerspod Website: www.heartsanddaggerspod.com If you like what you hear, please tell your friends and rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and Spotify so that we can find our perfect audience.
Hi everyone and welcome to this episode of Val Talk's Pets. On this episode I am going to explore how some breeds of dogs have been altered in physical appearance or temperament over time. What some breeds originally looked like and what they look like now from breeding modification, is quite significant. Why do they fool around with a dog's genes? Are these aesthetic changes really necessary and do they present health issues? Well let's go exploring. Thanks for Listening!Please remember to follow or subscribe to ensure that you never miss an episode.You can support the podcast by purchasing a coffee, or two at our ko-fi page. All proceeds go towards the running of Val Talks Pets.Please don't forget to Rate and Review each episode that you find helpful/educational. By doing so you will help others find Val Talks Pets.Email me at: [email protected] with topics you think would be of interest or with any questions you may have.Also, visit and be a part of my website at valtalkspets.com and help it grow!Thanks for all your support!
Change can be scary. And in today's world of ever-evolving language around gender and identity, it can make it hard for someone to ask questions without feeling judged or misunderstood. In today's episode, host Calan Breckon opens up the conversation around navigating non-binary with genderqueer author Jason June and what his journey was like and how it now informs his work as a writer. Together they explore questions like… What is Non-Binary and what does it mean to be non-binary?What's the most important thing people need to know about Non-binary and genderqueer people?Why do you think we're experiencing more of a conversation around gender and gender identities in recent years?and much more! After this episode, you'll have a better understanding of the term Non-Binary and how you can navigate this ever-evolving and growing landscape around gender and identity. Watch this ep on YouTube About today's Guest: Jason June (it's a two-name first name, like Mary-Kate without the hyphen or the Olsen twin) is a genderqueer writer mermaid who loves to create picture books that mix the flamboyantly whacky with the slightly dark, and young adult contemporary rom-coms full of love and lust and hijinks. When not writing, JJ zips about Austin, Texas. He loves dinosaurs, unicorns, Pomeranians, and anything magical that takes you to a different world or time. JJ is a tried and true Laura Dern stan, and he is actively looking for an Andalite friend. Connect with Jason June: Website: https://www.heyjasonjune.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heyjasonjune/Books: https://www.heyjasonjune.com/books.html - Connect with us - Join the private Facebook community Take our "Building Better Relationships" course Take the Attachment Style Quiz! Instagram GayMenGoingDeeper.com Patreon -— Join the Gay Men Going Deeper Membership coaching community
We're joined by Colette Baron-Reid is an internationally acclaimed Oracle expert, thought leader, and speaker, in the personal transformation space. With over 30 years of experience as an Oracle & intuition expert, Colette's greatest joy is teaching people they can have a direct and personal dialogue with the Universe to help them create their best lives. She's a best-selling author of multiple life-changing books including The Map, published in 27 languages. Her popular meditation apps and Oracle Card decks are worldwide hits, and she was the star of the hit TV series, “Messages from Spirit” and the highly popular Hay House call-in radio show, “Ask the Oracle.” Colette is also the founder and creator of Oracle School – where people learn to transform their lives using Oracle Cards as a guidance system. Colette splits her time between the USA and Canada with her husband and three adorable Pomeranians. Transformation is not just a word. Transformation requires work and tools. Tune into this episode to see how Colette and Debra can energize the whole city! 3:56 Colette's chart 5:16 Colette's Relationship with astrology 7:38 What to do if you think your chart is “Broken” 9:03 Colette's expertise & spectrum of opportunity 11:03 If you weren't doing divination cards what would you be doing? 13:37 Tell us about your aging process! 18:16 The mystical pirate 20:00 Is there a person that is no longer living that has impacted your life or that you look up to? 22:56 Advanced people from a spaceship 26:06 Coffee cup, magic & the future 30:10 When is the last time you had a good cry? 33:43 If you had the power to insert "something" into the future generation what would it be? Connect with Colette Baron-Reid: Website: https://www.colettebaronreid.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/colettebaron_reid/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/colettebaronreid Connect Debra Silverman: Website: https://debrasilvermanastrology.com/life-changing-transformations/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/debrasilverman_astrology/?hl=en Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/eleventhhouse YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/silvermanastrology TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@debrasilvermanastrology
June opened the window wide and breathed in the fresh spring… by yarnspinnerr. Listen to the Podcast at Steamy Stories.June opened the window wide and breathed in the fresh spring air, along with all the other urban smells outside her apartment. This working from home, avoiding human contact, pandemic shit was getting old.She looked out across the street to the park where she had made so many memories with her kids, and decided that she was going to serve dinner tonight in the form of a picnic for her and hubby under the huge maple that little Jimmy had fallen out of all those years ago. She hated cooking for just the two of them since the kids were both now gone.She reflected on the grandson on the way, and wondered what sort of worries Jimmy would have to deal with in the years ahead. Would he have the broken bones, illnesses, fights at school that she'd had to deal with?She thought then of her eldest, Jane, and her sweet daughter, Janet. She couldn't help but wonder if Jane would someday bust her daughter going down on her boyfriend, like June had caught Jane with that Jacobs boy, right over there in the park. June had known she needed to reprimand her daughter for her actions, but deep down she knew she had done that exact same thing at her age, and more!Steve rounded the corner and stopped to admire his wife, more precisely, he admired her sweet ass and fantastic legs. He was getting tired of working from home too. But the scenery of his wife without pants sure brightened up a boring workday.They both were dressed for work, from the waist up. It was a perk of the pandemic that everyone knew about, but only rarely admitted to. Zoom meetings didn't require any pants! Of course everyone had to wonder what everyone else was wearing down below the view of the computer.“Taking a little break honey?” He asked her. “Yeah, needed some fresh air. Enjoying the view, reminiscing a little.” She answered, looking over her shoulder with a smile.She saw that he didn't even see her smile, as his gaze was focused a lot lower. Her smile widened as she shook her ass at him when he replied, “What a coincidence, I am enjoying the view and reminiscing too!”“Yeah? You know you can get a closer view if you want.” June told him, shaking her ass again. Working from home did have certain perks, she thought.Steve agreed, and crossed the room quickly. She braced herself for what she knew was coming when he got behind her and dropped to his knees. His hands slid up the back of her thighs and his thumbs caught the bottom of her blouse as his fingers continued up over her ass.Steve began to plant wet kisses on her ass cheeks, going back and forth randomly, moving steadily closer to the strip of fabric pulled up between her cheeks.Her deep breathing told him to continue when he reached out and grabbed the thong and pulled it out of her crack, moving it aside. She bent over further, placing her hands on the sill.He ran his wet tongue between her cheeks and she gasped as he found her sphincter and began to rim her. Firmly pushing the tip of his tongue into her asshole and swirling it around.She moaned loudly as four stories below a cabbie angrily honked his horn at another driver. Steve began to run his fingers over her meaty labia, still probing her asshole with his relentless tongue.Her hips rolled on their own now, responding to her husband's talents, as a man entered the park across the street walking five Pomeranians.June whimpered as Steve began to lower his aim, down over her taint to those luscious lips and back up to rim her again.Steve dipped his head again and sucked one of June's meaty lips between his teeth and swiped his tongue over it, while below, a young couple entered the park and veered onto the path towards the spot June would always think of as ‘Jane's bj hideaway'. June wondered briefly if that's what the young couple had in mind, or if the boy was going to peel off his girlfriend's tights and do what Steve was doing.Steve reached up then and pushed down on June's shoulder blades, encouraging her to bend over farther. As she bent and placed her elbows on the window sill, she vaguely noticed the school bus that years ago brought her own children home from kindergarten.Now with better access, Steve began an all out oral assault on June's entire crotch. He rimmed her ass and lapped between her full lips. He flicked his tongue across the hood of her clit, encouraging it out of it's own hideaway. He licked lightly across her taint, tickling her, before pushing his tongue up between her lips and sucking the forming juices.June was now moaning, her eyes closed to the busy city below. Her hips rolled as another vehicle horn sounded, but she was barely aware of it. All she was aware of was her husband's relentless tongue. She knew he would not stop until she had cum, hard.He had an asscheek in each hand, pulling them apart. His thumbs pulling her fat lips open so he could reach his tongue deeper into her core.She felt the first tremors of her climax coming on, a delivery truck backfiring below went completely unnoticed by them both as her head dropped to rest on her forearms.Steve began to focus more of his attention on her now exposed clitoris, he knew the signs, and he knew he already had his wife ready to cum in his face.His instinct was to change it up to prolong the process, but he knew they both had to get back and login to their individual computers. So he began to suck her sensitive nub between his lips, flicking it with his tongue, and teasing her asshole with his nose.She'd completely forgotten about the hustle and bustle below by now. Her legs quivered as she moaned incessantly, closer to her orgasm by the second.When he reached into her pussy with both pointer fingers at once and clamped down on her clit with his lips, even gnawing on it gently with his teeth, she went over the edge.Her head snapped up and she yelled out, not aware that she was yelling to the busy street below. If anyone heard her, she didn't know, or even care. She was so far from it all as she came on her husband's face.June continued to wail as she reached back and grabbed the back of Steve's head and pulled his face in tighter to her sex as she humped back against him.To the Left of the park entrance, a man stood at the bus stop reading the sports page of the newspaper. During a slight lull in the traffic, he heard what he first thought was a cry of distress.He scanned the street and nearby park. Looking across the street his eye caught movement in an upstairs window. As he looked better, he realized he was seeing a beautiful woman shaking her head, her long hair flailing. ‘My god, she's cumming!' He thought to himself. The local sports now forgotten, he hoped his bus wouldn't come before she was finished.Holding her lips open with his fingers Steve relinquished June's throbbing clit to lap up the cum flowing from her hole, causing her to twitch and squeal as he shoved his tongue in as deep as he could.He knew she was quickly reaching the limits of her endurance. Her quivering legs, the desperate sound of her crying, told him she would be overstimulated very soon.And sure enough, like clockwork, she started to plead with him to stop. “OHHH,FUCK! STEVE, I CAN'T, CAN'T TAKE IT, OHHFUCKSTEVE! I CAN'T TAKE ANYMORE! FUCK!!”He realized she was blurting it all out the window. Essentially telling the city she was cumming. He knew she was so far gone that she didn't even realize it. And he certainly didn't care, he was proud of his talents, he thought, a smile forming on his wet face.June realized that Steve wasn't going to quit, not on his own. He loved having his face buried in her pussy while she came. She knew she had to stop this herself. Reaching for the back of his head again she grasped a fistful of his hair and she simply allowed her legs to fold up.She crumpled between her lusty husband and the wall, directly below the open window. “Holy fuck Steve, that was intense!”He smiled down at her, his face covered in a sheen of her cum. “Glad you enjoyed it babe, we should take our breaks like this more often.”“Fuck, you are so bad!” She whispered, but the satisfied smile on her face was evidence that she didn't mind.Glancing at the clock across the room, she knew she was going to be late getting back online. But she knew it would be worth it. Then she remembered her dinner plans.“So I was thinking that for dinner we should have a picnic over in the park, get out of this apartment for awhile.” Steve liked the idea right away, and agreed completely.“Good,” She told him. “I know a nice secluded little 'hideaway' over there.” She said quietly with a naughty smile.Across the street, a city bus pulled up at the stop, and the driver wondered about the goofy grin of his new passenger.The End?by yarnspinnerr for Literotica September 21, 2021 at 04:00PM
This week on The Free Cheese, an event has started in Dogenzaka. When all that remains of Japan's metropolis are its buildings and wild animals, everyone is just trying to survive. As we play Tokyo Jungle, we're also celebrating the class of games that you could only find on PlayStation Network in the PS3 era. We look for other games that try something similar (there aren't many) and discuss how the developers took an unconventional approach to building this game.
This week Anthony talks about taking care of a Pomeranian with catastrophic diarrhea while on a road trip, the Queen's Jubilee, and the drama surrounding golf's newest tour rivalry. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anthony-ledonne/message
Jessie Gladish was born and raised in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. She considers herself lucky to have parents who took her and her sister camping, hiking, skiing, and taught them that being outside is possible in any weather and in the dark. After high school she moved to British Columbia to attempt post-secondary school and ended up working and traveling more than going to classes. She has since worked hard and earned a diploma in Adventure Guiding in 2012, and in 2021 finished a science degree in earth and environmental science with a focus on geology. Jessie has been running off and on since 2006. Jesse has now completed the Moab 240 twice; the Montane Yukon Arctic Ultra 300-mile race; winter ultras; desert ultras; 430 miles on skis; 300-mile Iditarod Trail; 120 mile fat bike race; 233 miles in the Yukon Ultra on her bike and many other races. Jessie currently lives a life of adventure with her husband in Salt Lake City, Utah. Jessie is not your typical adventurer; she is whole other level. There is a quiet unassuming confidence about her that comes through. On this episode you may just get lost in her story telling like we did. We talked a lot about her experiences taking on the Montane Yukon Arctic Ultra. We discuss how her childhood impacted her life of adventure. We also talk about the mental toughness it takes to accomplish such hard goals. There are also some good wildlife encounter stories on this episode. We are really hoping Jessie writes a book. We will be the first to buy it! I know you will enjoy this one and find a lot of inspiration from Jessie. Here is one of Jessie's race reports! Enjoy! 2015 Montane Yukon Arctic Ultra Race Report By: Jessie Thomson-Gladish February 23rd, 2015: Over the past two weeks, I trudged at a speed of 3.5-4.5 km/hr, pulling a 65lb pulk loaded with all my winter survival and camping essentials, food and water. This steady pace for 12 and a half days propelled me from Whitehorse to Dawson City on the Yukon Quest sled dog trail. The MYAU is a single-stage, multi-day race with four distances: a traditional 26 mile marathon, 100 miles, 300 miles, and the 430 mile. Participants choose one of 3 modes of transport: on foot, on cross-country skis, or on a fat tire snow bike. Each one has advantages and disadvantages, depending on the temperature, snow fall, terrain and mechanical issues. Why? I chose to attempt the 430 mile, on foot. Everyone wants to know why. Why do the race at all? Why on foot? Why not try the 100 mile first before jumping into the big distance? I wanted to try the YAU because it took me home to the Yukon, it followed the iconic Yukon Quest sled dog trail (a big part of Yukon gold rush history), it offered solitude, and it offered a major personal challenge which I felt I could achieve deep down but the potential for anything to go wrong was there – any mistake could lead to having to scratch from the race. Why on foot, well, I felt it was the simplest mode. Shoes are simple. Skis can break, waxing can be difficult, ski boots can be cold and hard to warm up in; mountain bikes can break down and are expensive to buy. I felt the benefit of coasting down hills on skis or a bike didn't quite outweigh the idea of walking the trail, although now having completed the distance I would like to try it on skis one year. The two guys from Sweden on their skis seemed to fly by me every day, after having sufficient rest at each checkpoint. I would travel later every night, they would be sleeping when I arrived, and sleeping when I left at 4 or 5am, only to fly by me again later in the morning or afternoon. Why the 430 mile? Well, I didn't want to arrive at 100 miles, or 300 miles, and feel good and wish I could keep going but have to stop. I figured if I had to scratch at any point I would be happy with the distance I did make, but I wanted that Dawson City destination in my head, just in case I could put one foot in front of the other for the whole way. 1- Start Day I feel like I could write pages and pages about the race, so I will! There are so many elements to it. The temperature was my biggest concern. We started at -30C in Shipyards Park and the first night at Rivendale Farms Checkpoint 1 on the Takhini River was reported down to -48C. Very cold night. Many people were not prepared for the low temps and when they attempted to camp/bivvy that first night found they were too cold to sleep and too tired to walk. I'm not sure how many racers scratched that first night, it seemed like half the field. The next day was cold too, around -30C all day. I managed to spend the night in my tent, however, I couldn't pack it up in the morning – I was too cold. I wondered if I was cut out for this and could hardly imagine another 12 days like the first one. Instead of stuffing my tent I just laid it in my sled to deal with it later when I had more body heat. I had never experienced packing up in this kind of cold before, even with growing up in the Yukon. Most normal humans do not go out in these temps and if they do it's for a short time with a cozy wood stove blazing for their return home. I spent a long time on this first night in my tent, about 10 hours, assessing my abilities and desire to go on. At 5am I was finally moving again, waiting for daylight and some feeling of safety and comfort from the sun so I could mentally recover from the reality of the extreme cold. 2 - Day Two The next checkpoint would be Dog Grave Lake, which was a long 33 mile (53 km) day. I wore my down jacket with fur-lined hood all day without breaking a sweat. Constantly trying to keep my hands and feet warm and monitoring for frostbite, keeping my face as covered as possible. Luckily it was a beautiful clear day, which makes the cold more bearable. Mountains to the south, snow crystals shining. The man I was walking with that day, Helmut, stopped to take photos more often than I hoped as it slowed us down quite a bit. Eventually, I left him behind as I pushed on to Dog Grave Lake CP, only to find it way farther than I had expected (or it just felt like that). Traveling in the dark (dark by 630pm at this point), alone, through winding low-land alder and willow growth, then up up up a huge climb seemed endless and unfair, until finally reaching the remote CP around 1030pm. The small wall tent was packed with sleeping bodies, and I found out from the volunteers most of them were scratching and waiting for a snowmobile ride out the next day. There was no room for me to sleep in the wall tent, so I set up my sleeping bag on some straw dog beds left over from the mushers who passed through days earlier and slept fairly well in the -41C night. I didn't set up my tent and instead just slept in my bag with my dads old army bag liner over top – much easier than dealing with tent poles. 3 - Day Three I woke early and left by 530am, walking by the half-moon light and enjoyed myself, knowing the sun would come up in a few hours and Braeburn CP was my next stop, though not for many miles (35 miles) and hours. Braeburn was the first chance to sleep inside, dry my stuff out, eat a massive burger and let it sink in that I'd traveled 100 miles up to that point. This was the finish line for many, but not even a quarter of the way to Dawson for the 430 mile race! 4 - Day Four From Braeburn to Ken Lake that fourth day was a beautiful one, although the longest day, at 45 miles, 74.5 km, it was a long haul. Chains of lakes with winding trail through the forests between. A flat day. I enjoyed catching up with Julie Pritchard, who had left Braeburn not long before me. We traveled together in silence and then chatted during our snack breaks. Before the sun set Oliver caught up with us, a 35 year old English doctor, and I ended up leaving the two of them behind to pick up my pace to Ken Lake CP. This was a long night for me, the lakes went on and on, and seemed to go uphill in the darkness. The forests between weren't as much fun as they were in the daylight and the CP seemed to be farther away than I'd hoped (a recurring phenomenon throughout the race..that last 10 km before each CP was unbelievably long). I'd left Braeburn at 5am and arrived at Ken Lake by 11pm. Ken Lake checkpoint is at a small fishing & hunting cabin with a wall tent set up for athletes to have a meal in. There is no indoor sleeping. I quickly set up my sleeping bag (no tent again), using my pulk to sleep against so I didn't roll down the sloped ground, changed my shoes and put my glorious down booties on. The small wall tent was warm, and I could dry my shoes and a few things out. I wolfed down the moose chili and a couple buns provided by the CP then hit the bag. 5 - Day Five I ended up sleeping in until 630am, far later than I wanted! I bolted up, packed up quickly in the cold and filled my thermoses with hot water from the hard-working volunteers and got started on the trail. I was headed for Carmacks, a long 35 miles away. More lakes to start with, and then the trail wound through a beautiful burned forest, and along the edge of the Yukon River. It felt good to see the Yukon River again. I caught up with Oliver and Tim and traveled with them most of the day. We were all tired and ended up snacking, breaking a lot, and walking painfully slow. We were close to Carmacks around 830/9pm, but still 4 km out when the snowmobile guys, Glenn and Ross, showed up and informed us we were cutting it close for arriving in Carmacks in time to make the 4.5 day cut-off time. We had no idea! We all thought it was the next morning. This kicked us into a gear I didn't know I had in me, and we literally ran 4 km to Carmacks, pulks flying behind us up small hills, down, and along the river all the way towards the lights of the tiny village. It was not fun, but once we made it in time had a good laugh about how close we were to being pulled out of the race for what would have been a silly mistake. Carmacks was a great place to be. The recreation center graciously gave us space inside, even for our pulks. So, it was a nice treat to dry everything out, reorganize the pulk, leave some gear behind that was too heavy and not being used, pick up the food drop bag and resupply the snacks. I ended up staying up until midnight as everything takes so long to do. I was able to talk on the phone and even check some emails. It was at this point I was realizing just how many friends and family were following my progress (via SPOTtracker online). I was overwhelmed by the support and love I felt, and it gave me extra energy and motivation. 6 - Day Six Carmacks to McCabe Creek, 38 miles..another great day, a solitary one, I saw almost no one. The Swedish guys passed me, and we exchanged a few words and the usual smiles and then they were flying away on their skis. The snowmobiles came by once, the comforting fatherly face of Glenn always brightened up my day or night. But other than that, I had a solo day all the way. The sunny, shimmery, winter wonderland day turned into a dark tunnel at night, as usual. This was the worst night of the race for me mentally and physically. It felt endless..endless trail in endless dark. The trail seemed to wind in circles in the forest and at one point I thought I saw a red glow of fire in the distance, but it must've been imagined because it took another couple hours, a mental breakdown, and acceptance of reality, before I finally stumbled back onto the river and across it to the CP. It was 10pm. McCabe Creek. Finally. I slept on the floor beside other racers in the shed provided by a local Yukoner's home. It was hot in the shed, but to let my body rest after such a long day on my feet was such a relief. I ate vegetables which tasted unbelievable. Rice and fish with the veggies then chicken, and then bread and peanut butter with something sweet for dessert. My body felt broken after this many days on my feet and very little rest – joints screamed, and my bones ached as I lay on the floor in my sleeping bag. It really felt like all the stress and fear of the cold had cumulated in my body and were now being released. It was also the turning point in the race for pain. I felt like if I woke up and was still in this much pain I'd have to quit, but what happened instead was I woke up feeling better than I had since the start. My body figured out what we were doing and suddenly felt stronger day by day from then on, instead of breaking down. 7 - Day Seven I left early, again. I was walking by 4 or 430am. I'd discovered my prime rest time was between 11pm and 4am, using some darkness to rest but getting away early enough to wait hours for the sunrise and maximize my daylight travel. The Swedish guys were still sleeping, of course, I would see them later on for sure. Today was a 6 mile long powerline walk near the highway towards Minto, then through low lying willow & alder land, along some lakes then eventually finding Pelly Crossing, 28 miles away, on the bank of the Pelly River. A shorter mileage day – but not a piece of cake by any means. I encountered overflow during the low laying land and had to put my snowshoes on to spread out my weight, use my poles to prod for harder ice sections that might not break through, and hope that my pulk didn't tip over into the puddle of water. I made it through high and dry, but the thought of getting wet feet in this cold environment got my heart racing. Pelly Crossing arrival in the daylight! That was my goal for the day, it felt great to roll in at 5pm, finally I had gotten somewhere at a ‘decent' hour. Glenn took me over to the store to buy apples and new snack food, which was all I was thinking about all day! In the rec center I sorted and dried my gear, repacked my sled, visited with volunteers and racers (Oliver and Tim were there, both having scratched due to recurring injuries..back pain and shin splints). I also made a phone call to my Dad and stepmom Denise, who'd been quite anxious and worried up to this point on how I was doing. They were relieved to hear my voice and that I sounded confident and happy, and I think starting to realize I may just make it to Dawson if I kept doing what I was doing. My Dad said if I kept going he would be in Dawson for the finish, and this unexpected news made me so happy; knowing he'd be at the end consumed much of my thoughts for the next 6 days on the trail. After my phone calls and organizing I wolfed down bison stew and went to sleep amongst the other snoring bodies. 8 - Day Eight 3am wake up..bison stew for breakfast..then I was off on the Pelly River for 16 km which was absolutely beautiful in the starry morning and eventual sunrise. The rest of the day was on a road into Pelly Farms (33-mile day) on the longest, most beautiful driveway I've ever seen. I was near tears a few times because of the beauty. It was a special day and I travelled alone again all day – I hadn't been on pace with anyone really at all yet and had spent more time than I ever had on my own in the wilderness. Arriving at the farm at 530pm as the sun was setting felt like a great end to the day. It got even better though once I realized I had arrived to heaven on earth. Pelly Farm is at the end of the Pelly River, just before it hits the Yukon River near Fort Selkirk. Dale and his wife run the farm, they have cows, chickens, pigs, and some beautiful collie dogs running around. Their house is tiny and cluttered, full of life with a real Yukon character; it was warm and inviting. Their generosity knew no bounds – we invaded their home, slept in their bunk beds, dried out gear, drank coffee and tea and used their tiny bathroom. The dinner they provided was a bread loaf pan of lasagna. Probably 2lbs of food. Apparently, it was a mix of bear and beef meat, and man did it taste good. I ate every ounce of it, plus a kit kat bar, and various chocolates and cookies and muffins kicking around. I slept like a log even with Jorn snoring on the bottom bunk, but only for a few hours. Julie and I woke up at 230am, ate pancakes and amazing farm fresh eggs, packed up and were on the move by 4am. Julie had shown up at the farm the night before, much to my surprise. She'd fallen behind before McCabe Creek due to getting sick and losing a full day of travel time. It was a hard decision, but she decided to scratch from the race. She had been taken to Pelly Crossing, and after some rest and a chat with the RD she decided to take a snowmobile ride to Pelly Farm to catch up with me to see if I wanted to finish the race together. She would be an unofficial racer without a finish ranking, but I think this just shows her true spirit – Julie was there for the trail and experience, not a medal or status. I was more than happy to spend the next few days, the most remote days of the race, together. We'd become a team. 9 - Day Nine Pelly Farms to Scroggie Creek CP is 65 miles. This meant we'd be camping out overnight somewhere in between the checkpoints. With really great information from Dale at the farm, we traveled about 50 km or so through the gorgeous burned forests and overflow sections, then up a 6 km hill climb and found a place to set up a bivvy beside the trail. We melted some water for our thermoses for the next day, ate a quick freeze-dried meal, and went right to sleep. We meant to wake up early, like 3am, but ended up sleeping in as I didn't hear my watch alarm buried in my sleeping bag. We slept til 645, and I bolted awake and we quickly packed up and were moving by 730. This meant we were later into Scroggie Creek than we wanted to be, but I suppose we needed the sleep too. We followed a valley all the way, so much of it was flat. A nice “7.5km to go” message was written in the snow by Mark Hines, keeper of Scroggie Creek CP this year, and a 3-time MYAU 430 finisher and professional ultra-athlete. It was so great to meet him, as I'd read his book last summer – a couple times – in preparation for the race and Julie is a good friend of his. We ate dinner and visited in the small cabin. This place is remote and Mark was here for the whole duration of the Yukon Quest and the MYAU (checkpoint manager for the dogs/mushers who started a day before us, plus our race..he was there for about two weeks straight). The only way in is by snowmobile and it's a long ride out either to Dawson or back to Pelly Farm. The dinner was chicken stew for me, and Mark made Julie a curry dish to make up for the last time he made it for her. I guess he mistook the cayenne for paprika and make it far too hot to the point of being inedible! Julie said this curry was just perfect. 10 - Day Ten We left Scroggie at 4am. 99 miles to Dawson City from here. 99 miles!! I'd been dreaming of the moment I could say that, especially since I'd made up a song called “99 Miles to Dawson” in preparation for this moment. We were on the Stewart River for a short time, then eventually wound through the forest and into mining territory. We passed cats and bulldozers, haul trucks and sluicers. Great white mounds of snow-covered tailing piles as well. That day we had the Black Hills/Eureka Dome climb ahead of us. It was a switchback road that took us from about 400m elevation up to almost 1200m. 2.5 hrs later we were sweaty on the top due to warm temps and spent the next few hours gently rolling along the ridge top, with a few surprisingly big hills to climb still. Also up here were many large wolf tracks. If I'd been alone my imagination may have wandered more to terrible scenarios that were unlikely to really happen, but in the company of another we were glad to find the tracks as evidence of animals moving about around us. Before we descended from the hills, we decided to set up a bivvy to get a couple hours sleep. It was already 930pm and Indian Creek CP was still a few hours away. 11 - Day Eleven We slept until 3am then quietly awoke and packed up our tents to continue on our way. By this point in the race, actually ever since Carmacks, the temperature had risen, it was now much more comfortable traveling. The nights were lows of -12C ish, and daytime highs were even up to -2C. It felt warm. Indian Creek CP was reached just as daylight was breaking. We had Gerard's amazing coffee, a pot of ichiban noodles, and a nice visit with his rather chubby rotweiller named Celise. Diane (medic) and Yann (photographer) were also hanging out there at the wall tent, so Julie and I had a tough time getting on our way! Coffee and socializing, plus some chocolate treats were enough to keep us there for a couple hours. But we had walking to do. And so, we continued. Our next big obstacle was King Soloman's Dome, another hefty climb up to 1100m after losing a bunch of elevation the day before. So up we went, starting the climb that night around 7pm. We made it to the first switchback and decided to sleep for a couple hours before the final push to Dawson up and over the Dome, and all the way ‘downhill' to Dawson on the other side. The night sky was great, bright stars, crisp night, maybe -15C or so, a slight breeze made it feel colder but we were protected by trees. We had boiled water and eaten our freeze-dried meal of choice by 11pm, crawled into our sleeping bags, and apparently, I was snoring within a minute of laying down. The northern lights were the last thing we saw before sleep, they were just coming out to dance as we slept. 12 - Day Twelve At 2am we packed up. The sky was clouded over, no stars, and a layer of fog to travel through in the middle of the night made our headlamp light difficult to see through. The physical summit of the Dome was anticlimactic, as we still had some uphill grinds to do along the mountaintop, but we did take a photo for Jorn, who had scratched before Scroggie Creek and gave us treats to continue on with, and said we “had to make it to Dawson, for him, and for everyone”. He gave us gummie bear packages and we took our photo holding onto the bright packages in the darkness. I then ate all them at once. We didn't have daylight until we were well off the Dome and onto the downhill road descent on Bonanza Creek Road. We ran a little bit, maybe a 6-7 km/hr jog, when we could. Two more sections of overflow to cross as well, just when we thought we'd put it behind us! The snowmobile guides caught up with us at some point, Gary said we were doing great and to just keep going. We knew Bernhard was ahead of us, and Shawn behind. With Dawson in our sights we passed Claim 33, a splash of color, finally after the black and white past couple days, and then past Dredge #4. Joanne and Lucy came out to meet us with hot chocolate. Music was playing from their vehicle to pump us up for the final 13 km. But it ain't over til it's over, and in true MYAU form the last 10 km was tough! It was mid-afternoon and we knew we'd arrive in daylight, but it made it no easier or faster. We still plugged along, wondering when the hell we'd see the city and that finish line. We had a visit with a local man and his Pomeranian fluff ball, then had to skirt past a barking black dog guarding the street. Finally we could see the bridge over the Klondike River and the path which would lead us into town. Walking the riverfront trail into Dawson City felt like coming home, kids playing and sledding, people going about their daily business, probably wondering what we were doing, or not caring at all. I could see the visitors center, which was the finish line and a small crowd of people gathered. My Dad and Denise were standing there just before the finish, relieved to see me looking fine after all that way and all the worrying. Finish line hugs and photos and congrats were a mix of emotions – I was so happy to be done, but also a little sad it was over. Post-Race Thoughts There are so many moments that happen in almost 700km of walking. Ups and downs, daylight, nighttime, sunrise, sunset, worrying, wondering, being amazed at scenery, eating and drinking, resting and walking, sleeping minimally, reorganizing, packing/unpacking. Things happen slow, but now that it's over it feels surreal and fast. 12.5 days of walking. I had thought I'd have some kind of great epiphany, some life revelations, some ingenious moment. Instead, I spent hours worrying about battery life, headlamp quality, how much water I had, my dwindling snack bag, sore hips, then sore heels, then a sore quad muscle, cold hands, layer on layer off, gloves on gloves off. Too hot too cold. Where is the checkpoint, how far have I gone, how fast am I going, how many hours can I sleep tonight? My mind was consumed by the present, which really is the beauty of survival at its simplest. Eat, sleep, water, shelter, keep moving. I loved it all, and even the moments I was alone in the dark and cold I felt in control and ready for anything. March 15, 2015 It's been 5 weeks since the start of the MYAU. Recovery has been easier than I thought it would be, but what isn't easy is realizing it's all over. The past year of thinking about the ultra, preparing for it, organizing my gear, buying more and more, training with my pulk and having it take up more mental space than I imagined it would has left a void I wasn't ready for. I want to be back on the trail where life is simple. Move forward, eat, sleep. I miss the sound of my footsteps and the scrape of my pulk on the snow, and the pull of my harness on my hips. I miss the volunteers and the racers, the animal tracks, the snow. I even miss my small headlamp beam in the dark. I plan to do the YAU again in 2017 and that seems too far away. My official result: 4th place out of 5 finishers on foot for the 430 mile. (19 people at the start line) 1st female in, and the only “official” female finisher of 2015. 2nd woman ever to finish, 1st Canadian woman to complete the 430. Official time: 293 hours 25 minutes (12.5 days) Thanks for taking an interest in my write up, and I hope it inspires you to challenge yourself in whatever way you want to. Links: http://yannbb.com/ (professional photographer, also on Instagram @_y_a_n_n_b_b_ ) http://www.arcticultra.de/en/event/results/results-2015 (MYAU website and results)
From Chris Farley to Lolita Davidovich and many other actors in between, I've been compared to a lot of people. And, I didn't always dig it because my immediate knee jerk gut reaction was to take it as an insult instead of a compliment. Over the years, I've learned that the comparison wasn't an insult but perhaps a way to build familiarity and trust. I mean, after all, I did compare a classmate with my beloved childhood Pomeranian, Matthew and I meant it with nothing but pawsitivity. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whosdatphatgirl/support
Episode 15: Interview with Broker & Mortgage Specialist Stefani BoydIn this episode, I have a very special guest Stefani! She is a Sacramento local serving those in California and those leaving California with their home mortgage needs. After a successful career in criminal investigations as one of the youngest criminal investigators in Sacramento County, Stefani went on to pursue her dreams of joining the family real estate business. She spent years learning the ins and outs of real estate and lending with her family brokerage. Now, Stefani has both her real estate and mortgage broker licenses and is the CEO of her own corporation. A single teen mom turned success story, Stefani is a proud Air Force mom, has three sons, two granddaughters and her adorable Pomeranian, Lola.Stefani Boyd Contact: (916) 215 - 9811First-Time Buyer Guide: www.firsttimebuyerhandbook.comQuestions or inquiries, send an email to Info@SignaturesUSA.comPlease Support the Show in the Link Below!https://linktr.ee/TheLoanSigningHustleSupport the show
We often get asked by prospective Pomsky owners if it’s okay to leave Pomskies at home. The short answer – Yes! Joining the Pomsky 101 Podcast in this episode is... The post 022 – Leaving Your Pomsky at Home: Do’s and Don’ts appeared first on Pomsky Owners Association.
Rounding out my broth episodes with ginger provides the perfect example of how lovely tasting herbal tea can second as herbal broth which then infuses the food we eat with an extra layer of nourishment. Ginger is a great example, because it is such a foundational culinary herb with multitudes of methods and recipes incorporating ginger both fresh and dried.. As for soup, ginger itself may be added as an ingredient, it goes especially well with chicken soup or creamy carrot soup or a garlic lemongrass broth with noodles, But it can also be layered in as the actual broth or stock base to make a sublime and aromatic soup or stew creation. Listen in while I make a pungent ginger stock and then use it in mushroom soup. I hope you will simmer along with me. *Ginger Broth* makes 3-4 cups 4 cups (1 quart) water 4 inch piece fresh ginger root, chopped 1 teaspoon peppercorns 1 teaspoon coriander seeds 1 bay leaf 3 kafir lime leaf Salt to taste (optional, perhaps do not add if going to drink as tea) No need to peel the ginger because we will be staining it out. Combine water, ginger, garlic, peppercorns, fennel seeds lemon juice and lemon zest in medium saucepan. Bring to boil over high heat, reduce to low and simmer, covered for 30-45 minutes. Strain. To make mushroom soup - saute onions, leeks and garlic, combine 4 cups ginger stock with 3-4 cups water and simmer any mushrooms with potatoes, carrots and peas or any other vegetables you like. Season with salt and pepper. ---Deepest gratitude to Andrea Klunder, my podcast boss. Find her at thecreativeimposter.com. Original music by Dylan Rice Please send me your comments, requests, or feedback. Send me a message, voice or write an email, my email is email@example.com. I look forward to hearing from you! To get herb inspired recipes, plant profiles and read more about herbal medicine, visit my website at: theherbalbakeshoppe.com Join me on Patreon Connect with me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter If you enjoyed this episode, please follow or subscribe where ever you like to listen to podcasts! And if you have time, kindly share with your friends and family. ABOUT DINA Dina Ranade is a Registered Herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild and a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist. She is also a mom of three humans - two daughters and one son all now living their young adult lives - and one sweet Pomeranian named Maci.
Join us with TikTok star Jake Christian (@jakechristiann) as we talk about adult tasks we're sick and tired of, keeping it real on social media, bootie pics, when we moved out of our parents' place, and having CAMO Complete Energy help you reshingle your roof. Sorry about Brian starting the show with a 16-second crotch shot--actually, we're not sorry, that was fantastic. Check out Jake's Linktree at https://linktr.ee/jakechristiann
Debi Laszewski is an IFBB Professional world class bodybuilder. Ranked 3rd in the World, she has amassed 30+ years of experience and has trained hundreds of clients, including professional athletes. The loves of her life are Chloe' Lyn, a 6 year old Pomeranian, and Malia Lee, a 10 year old Blue Merle Chihuahua. Unfortunately Malia Lee has been under the care of a cardiologist for over a year with heart disease. Debi has kept her happy and alive with diligent care every day with medication and love. Chloe Lyn is the model with personality and sass. She loves attention and the camera. Connect with Debi Laszewski:debilaszewski.comInstagram for Chloe LynChloelynpomDebi's facebook and IGDebi LaszewskiDebi laszewski IFBB ProConnect with Petpix Academy: www.petpixacademy.com Get our free pet phone photography classes: https://www.petpixacademy.com/free-courses Read PetPix Academy Worl Hybrid Magazine: https://www.petpixacademy.com/magazine-giveaway
As two Pomeranian lovers, you might think we're biased - but the world has voted a Pomeranian the World's Cutest Dog. Sarah and Erin dive deep into the Pomeranian's history and breed characteristics in the latest installment of Going Mutts! Episode Resources: TLBD's website: https://www.thelittleblackdog.org/ Puppy Yoga Tickets: https://fb.me/e/2YeIkGFiW Ukraine Bomb Detecting Pup Story: https://www.fox5ny.com/news/dog-helps-ukraines-emergency-service-clear-explosive-devices AKC: https://www.akc.org/dog-breeds/pomeranian/ Pomeranian Breed Traits: https://pomeranian.org/pomeranian-temperament/ History of Pomeranians: https://pomeranian.org/pomeranian-origin/ Queen Charlotte: https://www.harpersbazaar.com/culture/film-tv/a35165531/queen-charlotte-true-story-bridgerton/#:~:text=When%20Queen%20Charlotte%20sailed%20to,a%20famous%20Pom%20aficionado%20herself Queen Victoria: https://fiveminutehistory.com/queen-victorias-pomeranians/#:~:text=Queen%20Victoria%20had%20at%20one,%2C%20Beppo%2C%20Gilda%20and%20Lulu Celebrity Poms: https://pomeranian.org/pomeranians-in-the-spotlight/ Boo: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boo_(dog) Ukraine Resources Red Cross: https://donate.redcrossredcrescent.org/ua/donate/~my-donation?_cv=1 UNICEF: https://news.un.org/en/focus/ukraine/donate World Food Programme: https://donatenow.wfp.org/ukraine-appeal/~my-donation USA for USHCR: https://give.unrefugees.org/220224ukr_emer_d_4983/
We're continuing with Part 2 of what will probably be a 4-part episode covering the final book in the 'Throne of Glass' series, 'Kingdom of Ash'. In this episode, we discuss Manon, Queen of the Witches; Dorian, who's just way too powerful; Lysandra, Aedion; and (briefly) the fierce, badass b, Kaltain. I know we covered Lorcan in the previous episode, but we enjoyed creating a visual of a disastrous makeover for him. Jane wonders if anyone still identifies as Emo (let us know on Twitter @broomflicks) and finally reveals her child's name - it's pronounced 'GLAY-NUSS CROTCH-IN'. Linda discusses 'wild, savage, Pomeranian' sex - like the sex Manon and Dorian have. If you have any Throne of Glass fanart, PLEASE share via email at Broomflicks@gmail.com or on Twitter. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Listen to a raw and uncut version of the podcast where Barbara and Susy talk about Pomeranian grooming and the dangers of antibiotic resistance promoted by our use of medicated shampoo.
Lara and Carey chat about a lady hijacking an AMC theater, the latest Boeing crash and urge those in corporate America to get kookier in business meetings before getting into Season 2 Episode 7 of Mob Wives. This week, Drita's resolve against Lee starts to crumble, Ramona tells her kids about her boyfriend landing in the slammer, Renee is stressed out by Junior and Big Ang gets herself a Pomeranian. Listen to this episode ad-free and get access to weekly bonus episodes by becoming a patron of the pod.See SUP Live in the following cities this summer:Denver, June 2nd @ The Bluebird Theatre - get tix here.Minneapolis, June 4th @ The Cedar Cultural Center - get tix here.Detroit, June 5th @ The Majestic Theatre - get tix here.Philadelphia, June 7th @ City Winery - get tix here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Theresa Moriarty is a NYC based actress and comedian. She started her career modeling and in commercial gigs at just 8 years old! One of her first gigs was on Saturday Night Live as a kid, and she's been performing since. After graduating from Manhattan College, Theresa went on to study acting with Susan Batson and began working in TV, Film and Voiceover. You've heard her as the voice of Macy's, Downy, Ulta Beauty and countless other commercials. In 2018 Theresa started performing stand up all over NYC and you can find her at the city's hottest clubs and on Instagram (@tmolynn) slinging jokes. Currently, catch Theresa live on stage, Wednesdays at Route 66 Comedy Club in New York City or as Tina in Made in Chinatown, streaming on Amazon Prime! Make sure to follow on Instagram and TikTok for show announcements. When she's not working, Theresa loves to cook, read, style clothes and hang out with her husband, daughter and “sweet” Pomeranian. Jackie Gold was raised on the tough middle-class Jewish streets of Brooklyn, NY. Growing up in a conservative- Jewish home meant having to develop a sharp tongue and a quick sense of humor. Her humor is brutally honest, as she has a way of putting into words that thought you've been thinking; but have been too afraid to say. Jackie's comedy album “Maximum Occupancy” debuted at #1 on Amazon and iTunes. She has been a writer for CBS, Comedy Central and VH1. Follow our guests @jackiegold @tmolynn Follow along with the show: TikTok @twistedtimesapodcast IG: @twistedtimesapodcast Twitter: @twistedtimeapod To watch LIVE shows: Download the 17live —- Find us @twistedtimesapodcast Produced by Twisted Valley Films www.twistedvalleyfilms.com Contact: Contact@twistedvalleyfilms.com Hosted by: @_ceceking and @msryanjillian --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twisted-times/message
Lara and Carey chat about St. Patrick's day, Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz's split and Pete Davidson branding himself before getting into Mob Wives. This week, Karen hosts a spa party at Renee's, Ramona meets Carla for the first time, Big Ang acquires her Pomeranian and more. To hear this episode ad-free AND get access to weekly bonus episodes, become a patron of the pod. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A new homeowner discovers a missing man's body in the house. A cryptic note and, surprisingly, a Pomeranian dog send investigators on a cross-country hunt for a killer. For episode information and photos, please visit https://anatomyofmurder.com/.