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Joe and Kate are joined by comedian Mike Cross to talk about some of the crazy things he did in his past. We talk about how his older brothers found the Tom Cruise collages he made in middle school which convinced his family he was gay. And what compelled him to poop in closets at a couple of high school parties.
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Everyone has great clothes in their closet just hanging out and waiting to be worn, but not necessarily by you.
This week, Lori talks about how to host a fashion swap party.
Fashion swap parties clean your closet and make room for a few newfound stunning pieces.
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As we sweep out February, it's a great time to declutter closets and drawers. We'll talk about how to tackle taking over your closets and drawers. And, we'll welcome our guest, Doug Arnholter, who is on a mission to unite America through art with http://muralofamerica.com/
famliy curses)How to clean the skeletons in our closets.
So here we are a few days from the beginning of Spring and I am in the spring cleaning mode. How about you?
What happens when you do your spring cleaning? For me I go through closets and get rid of stuff. Clean out drawers and get rid of the detrius that we hold onto in our lives that is no longer useful. At least that's what I do. But I also make room for new things to come into my life.
That's what we are going to be talking about on the show. Making room for more. Do you have room for more? I hope so because if you make room for it it will come. Just like Field of Dreams.
See you tomorrow.
Love, light and laughter,
Join Sam and Caroline as they speak to Chris Fleming...
As early as he can remember, Chris Fleming was prone to experiencing extraordinary encounters in the form of ghosts and unexplained phenomena, from dark shadowy forms coming out of closets and dim corners, to glowing ghosts manifesting above grade school friends during sleepovers. As these experiences increased, Chris–fearfully at first–began studying the ghosts as they moved around the house and even interacted with him. Soon he grew aware of how they used telepathy to hear his thoughts, and even project themselves from one side of the room to another almost instantly. He also learned quickly that his fears were never hidden from them.
Growing up, Chris saw more than ghosts. Over time, he saw other entities that, to this day, he is still trying to comprehend. In addition to seeing angels and lights, on a few very remarkable and personal occasions he has felt a divine presence. He has also, however, encountered a variety of dark and negative forces. These demons and beings appeared in various forms, shapes and sizes, leaving Chris convinced at a young age that what we think we scientifically know and understand about our world is eclipsed by all that we don’t know or understand, but occasionally experience nonetheless.
At age seven, Chris began experimenting with a reel-to-reel player, capturing his first electronic voice phenomena (EVP) in the form of the words “Touch is me.” Using light bulbs, curtains, plastic containers and the Ouija board, Chris would attempt to contact the spirits of the house, inviting them to respond through various means. Even when he was accompanied by adult witnesses, classmates and neighborhood kids, light bulbs would dim, turn off, and occasionally explode. Curtains would go from hanging still to swaying back and forth. Plants would sway and doors would open and close.
Today my guest is Laurie Sodetani. Laurie is a custom clothing designer and the owner of Carlsbad-based, Seams Fashionable. She works one-on-one with women interested in having comfortable clothes that fit perfectly and make them feel like a million bucks.
For more than 25 years, Laurie has been the “go to person” for traveling business women who appreciate her ability to create interchangeable pieces as well as for ladies tired of full closets and that perpetual feeling of having “nothing to wear.”
In the past, Laurie traveled the U.S. holding trunk shows for clients around the country. Today, she works with clients one-on-one in her bright and friendly studio in State Street Marketplace, creating clothes her clients really enjoy wearing.
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Tired of wasting time looking for something to wear? Dream of having closets that are organized and you are able to find things when you look for them? Join me and returning guest expert Felicia Wallace Benton as she shares strategies to organize your closet.
Felicia’s firm Designing Your Vision is a full service Interior Design Firm that provides “One of a Kind” interiors for residential and commercial spaces. Her team feels your home or business is more than just a space – it is a reflection of you. Designing Your Vision, helps you to see the full potential and the most effective way to use your space.
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Are you getting ready to put your house on the market? When it sells are you ready for the home inspection? Preston Sandlin of Home Inspection Carolina gives you the top ten tips to getting a cleaner home inspection report from the home inspector.
Confirm gas, water and electricity are turned on and gas pilot lights are burning.
Ensure pets won't hinder inspection. Tell Realtor about cats or other animals to be kept inside.
NOTE: Kenneling or taking the pets to the spa for the day is recommended.
Replace any burned out light bulbs.
Test all smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Replace batteries if needed.
Clean or replace dirty HVAC Air Filters. Verify filters fit and are properly secured.
Move wood, stored items, high soil lines or debris away from foundations perimeter walls or crawl space.
Unlock or remove locks from any items the inspectors must access:
Gates on fences
Attic Access Hatches or Doors
Electric Service Panels
Crawl Space Hatches, for pier-and-beam construction
Confirm areas and components are accessible by removing items blocking access to:.
Trim tree limbs away from the roof covering and trim shrubs away from the exterior walls to allow access.
Repair or Replace broken, damaged or missing items:
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It’s so important for us to feel good about ourselves, but it is equally important that we feel good about the clothes we are in. Is your closet busting with clothes you hardly wear and don’t even know you have? Do you wake up in the morning and have a hard time getting dressed? Do you spend hours shopping for clothes and never buy anything? If you’ve answered YES YES and YES well then join my conversation this week where I will talking to Jacqui Stafford, TV Style Expert, Fashion Spokesperson, Personal Stylist; as well Author of her new book...The WOW Factor.
Greetings to all God's people.I pray God's blessing over your life and family. I am honored and thank you for joining me for another heartfelt broadcast From Insanity to Sane. My guest today will help us to connect with ourselves and others we all want to be loved but so often we find it difficult why is that? My guest Lisa Haisha helps people discover the answers to these soul searching questions through SoulBlazing. We will have an opportunity to ask questions in hopes of walking away from today's broadcast with a clear perspective. How do we change our behaviors? Until we understand where they come from. Join us for an hour of inventory and cleaning out our closets of junk. Be blessed and Remember God loves you with an Everlasting Love.
Zambians around the world are responding to the needs in Zambian communities. New or old, Ichalo Chesu is always excited to highlight these community-based initiatives and the people involved. In this episode, we are having a general discussion on different initiatives. Joining us are Titus Natala, co-founder of ZBTR and Eliz Chilufya Bik. The program airs live at Time 9am EST, 16 hrs. CAT, 22 hrs. AWST. To listen follow the link or call 347-237-4270 to listen or participate. Caller participation highly encouraged.
Titus Habanji Natala Worked at Air BP 1988/89 and later as a Manager at Natala Family Ranch until 1991. Titus is a resident of Minneapolis Minnesota. He worked at Northwest airlines after finishing college. Titus is a fund-sponsor for ZCF - Zambia children fund. ZCF deals with street kids in Zambia and is very successful story. Titus also spearheaded an online fundraising for a bypass surgery for a Zambian student in Russia – Cardson Kabwe. Titus majored in Business Management and MIS at Metro state university
Eliz is a women/children's rights activist: blowing the trumpet on women empowerment in education, social economic status, and politics in that order. She has been an advocate for children's rights since age 16, speaking against child abuse, child labor. Being an activist has opened up many doors for Eliz. She is humbled to be an intermediary between a little girl suffering from a malignant brain tumor in Zambia and her sponsor who just wants to help fulfill her last wish. Currently, she is doing a double major of Bachelor of Science in nursing, and Biology (pre-med). Furthermore, she is the class representative for her schools Americas nurses association. With this organization, they are able to do a lot of community outreach, to the homeless, abused women, as well as volunteer at food pantries, or closets and many more.
Greetings to all God's people thank you for your support and prayers of this broadcast I usually do not come to you in the afternoon but today I have a special guest in the studio Nicole Jennings the CEO of PoshMommy an online boutique featuring gently-used designer wear donated by the wives and significant others of pro athletes, is kicking off its one-year anniversary during Super Bowl weekend with Celebrate in Style, a VIP shopping experience benefiting Face in the Mirror at the Montelucia Resort & Spa on Friday, January 30, from 4 - 6 p.m. Celebrities and NFL players will be in attendance, including DJ Fluker of the San Diego Chargers, Geoff Schwartz of the New York Giants and Greg Jennings of the Minnesota Vikings.
“It’s only fitting we’re celebrating one year of The Posh Mommy on such a grand scale before the Super Bowl,” said CEO and owner Nicole Jennings. “Celebrate in Style" Face in the Mirror is a non-profit that pampers cancer patients with relaxing facials and massages during their hospital stays. During the month of January, a portion of The Posh Mommy’s sales will be donated to Face in the Mirror.
“Our founding mission is to emphasize the impact influential women can make by donating attire often pushed to the side in their closets,” Jennings said. “The Posh Mommy unites women from all walks of life. This is the place where real women share their real fashion at reasonable prices while making a difference for charities like "Face in the Mirror."