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The affable Doug Frost, one of the world's 3 Master Sommeliers and Masters of Wine, joins the ladies of at Louie's Wine DIve to talk booze. New trends, old favorites, wine for tukeys, drinks for your in-laws, or to help you enjoy your family gatherings, Doug is a favorite guest here on EverydayKC. Enjoy the laughs with the ladies of EDKC as they listen to Doug's stories. Happy Holidays Everyone! http://Everyday-KC.com
Part One: Pat Propster is known for his outgoing spirit and passion. One day he gave a simple gift, a rare gift, a generous gift, a strange gift to his neighbor. That gift sent two men down different paths—to the same destination. Join us as we hear the story of how two men lived two very different lives—all because of a box of booze and the Spirit of the Lord. You’ll be inspired by this incredible story!
Part Two: Pat Propster is known for his outgoing spirit and passion. One day he gave a simple gift, a rare gift, a generous gift, a strange gift to his neighbor. That gift sent two men down different paths—to the same destination. Join us as we hear the story of how two men lived two very different lives—all because of a box of booze and the Spirit of the Lord. You’ll be inspired by this incredible story!
Your Survival Machanism!
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I would like to talk about your survival mechanism tonight. Not the survival instinct but the day to day mechanism that allows you to get through each day. You have one whether you know it or not. I have seen how you drive when you don’t have your macchiato in the morning. The fact is in order to get through each day we have certain things we need to do, say, have that allow us to be …..normal. This is our survival mechanism.
My question to you is: have you considered your survival mechanism? Have you figured this in to your preparedness plans? Moreover will you be able to be who you are if you can’t get out and shop once week or get to the gym and work your aggressions out?
Sex, booze, good times with friends or even just television we all have an escape. Often times when we come back from that very short escape we are revitalized. These lulls in the everyday pressures of life allow us to be who we are. They allow us to get through each day without following the guy who cut you off home and slamming his head in his own car door. Tonight let’s talk about the survival mechanism.
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On the Thursday, April 3rd 2014 broadcast at 7PM PT/10PM ET Mike C and Gregg M return to the studio for a conversation on emotional sobriety and anything else on their mind's.
Join us as we talk about recovery from a seemingly hopeless state of body and mind... and we're fond of reminding ourselves and others: 'we are not a glum lot.'
Here's some context on emotional sobriety as discussed and defined by Bill W. c-founder of AA:
I think that many oldsters who have put our AA "booze cure" to severe but successful tests still find they often lack emotional sobriety. Perhaps they will be the spearhead for the next major development in AA -- the development of much more real maturity and balance (which is to say, humility) in our relations with ourselves, with our fellows, and with God. Those adolescent urges that so many of us have for top approval, perfect security, and perfect romance -- urges quite appropriate to age seventeen -- prove to be an impossible way of life when we are at age forty-seven or fifty-seven.
Since AA began, I've taken immense wallops in all these areas because of my failure to grow up, emotionally and spiritually. My God, how painful it is to keep demanding the impossible, and how very painful to discover finally, that all along we have had the cart before the horse! Then comes the final agony of seeing how awfully wrong we have been, but still finding ourselves unable to get off the emotional merry-go-round. How to translate a right mental conviction into a right emotional result, and so into easy, happy, and good living -- well, that's not only the neurotic's problem, it's the problem of life itself for all of us who have got to the point of real willingness to hew to right principles in all our affairs.
Join two lunatics as they try to stay on the sunny side of the street one day at a time!
This week on the program, Starbucks selling booze, CNN beating the MH370 story into the ground. Hollywood in a bible phase. Is Obamacare all bad?
I love to monitor the news, it is a source of entertainment. Please join us for what I am sure will be a lively program
George Carlin had a classic routine about stuff. Spring is the traditional season to clear the clutter of accumulated stuff. But here’s the issue: Is it trash or treasure? For many, the concept of Spring cleaning is an impossible task, and these unfortunate souls could find themselves featured on TLC’s Hoarders- Buried Alive. Another scenario is we find ourselves moving to a smaller space. Downsizing. How do we stuff our stuff into a smaller space? Many have also faced the daunting task of clearing out our parent’s homes. Some of the stuff that was uncovered in my family home included several cases of 20+ year old wine that had turned to vinegar, booze from my wedding in 1978, a hand gun, numerous unopened gifts, assorted pieces of art, and tons of knick knacks that may or may not have been valuable. So we’re back to the trash or treasure dilemma. My guests, Tish Fierro Hess and Gregory Goldman, are in a unique position to determine the difference between “get rid of it right now” ordinary stuff and “OMG, you have one of those gems hidden in your cellar” stuff. Their company, Boxwood Interiors, specializes in interior design, antiques, fine art, and downsizing. They have held Antiques Roadshow type events locally and it was amazing what was brought in to be appraised. Gregory specializes in antiques and fine art, and both he and Tish do interior design. They’ve seen it all and decorated it all. And they have advised many to toss it all. So let’s see what these experts have to say about Spring cleaning and how to tell the difference between trash and treasure. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more information.