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he Sports Narrative Radio Show is on the road again!
Join us live on Sunday April 13th from 1-3PM at Gameday Cloth 7300 Lonestar Dr ste C118 in Plano, TX
Gameday Cloth: A fashion boutique with the heart of a sports fan! Cool and comfortable styles for both women and men
In the Shops at Legacy just north of Legacy off the Dallas North Tollway, right next to Modia
On this episode:
- We discuss an incredible week that was in the world of sports and for the DFW metroplex
- As both the NBA and NHL gear up for the playoffs, it looks like the local teams here in Dallas will be participating for the first time in a while. We discuss thier prospects as well as some of the other delicious match-ups
- We break from traditional talk and stop down for a fun segment: either Mick's Pub of Feltman's Fountain of Feces, depending on who shows up!
- We are contractually obligated to talk NFL Draft, sponsored by The Draft Narrative Scouting Guide. All the latest news and notes on the draft including rising QBs, wheeling and dealing and more
- It's discussion time up next, and we take a more NPR approach to sports and discuss the concept of "selling your sports soul" and debate a few candidates for that title
- We finish with Sunday at The Masters, check the leaderboards and how no Tiger affects the ratings and the PGA going forward
A jam-packed 2 hours! LIVE Sunday April 13th 1-3PM CDT or anytime after on Itunes or at www.thesportsnarrative.com
Cloth diapering is an affordable and environmentaly friendly way to diaper your child. Despite what many parents to be may think, cloth diapering is actually easy. Cloth diapers come in many different styles that can easly fit into any parent's daily routine. On this episode, Dawn is joined by Sandy Soriano Barajas, owner of Luludew Organic Diaper Service in Los Angeles, CA. Dawn and Sandy, who are both cloth diapering moms, will discuss the benefits cloth diapering offers not only in term
Kelly, of KellysCloset.com will join me to talk about everything cloth diapers.
If you have EVER considered making the switch, but need a little hand-holding, this show is for you! We'll talk about why, how and what options suit moms best. We'll outline the steps to choosing what fits your lifestyle; we'll talk about the MONEY saved and the initial investment.
And you're already a cloth-diaper mom, now's the time to add your 2 cents, and offer advice to those just beginning this fun experime
This show is gonna be a little different than anything that we've done before. Of course we know that being skipped or left back and being put in your right grade and G.O.T. (graduating on time) are terms that we identified with when we were in school but that's where it all started and not really where it ends.
Many people had been left back a grade while they were in school. Myself included. While those who that happened to had that in common, the thing that separated them all were the reasons that that left back, setback occurred. For some there may have been concentration or discipline issues or aptitude problems or attendance problems due to either illness or neglect. There can be many reasons that a person is not promoted to the next grade but has to repeat. That's a lot different from the people that got skipped a grade. What most of them had in common was that they were just exceptionally smart and probably had parents who monitored their progress closely. But even still, all who were skipped were not cut from the same cloth. Evironmental factors are always looming.
Being left back or skipped can have deastating consequences on a person's social life and they can either make a bad situation worse or they can make a good situation better. They can also make a manageable situation less manageable if there is jealousy and resentment issues present along with a little immaturity.
Fast forward a little bit and take it to your adult life. In many ways aren't we still being skipped, left back, put in our right grades and graduating on time? Think about your job, your family, your social circles of clubs and organizations. Anyting coming to mind? No? Ever steal or lose a lover to someone else? Ever been promoted to a position over someone more experienced and/or tenured than you at work? No? Ever see it? Ever lose something you like or cared about and worked like hell to get it back?
Rock with this show.
Welcome Everyone to the Cosmic Contacts Show,
I'm truly excited to introduce my very special guest this evening
Leta Hamilton a blessing to all she meets.
Leta is an Intuitive Angel Communicator. She uses her fingers to talk to angels and receive messages of their energy. It is a system of muscle testing she has developed over the years and was taught to her by master teacher, Pam Drinnon.
Now, she writes meditation books with the angels, called "100 Daily Messages" and is working on her 4th in the series. They are daily guides to subjects such as prosperity, consciousness and the dimensions. In addition, she works with moms to assist them in uncovering past life relationships with their children and meditation techniques that assist them in inner peace in the midst of 'poopy' diapers and piles of laundry. Her first book, "The Way of the Toddler" is a manual for parents to look at their children as spiritual teachers.She lives in Seattle, Washington with her husband and four sons.
Pam/www.yourangelworks.com email- email@example.com
The members of Otis consist of Boone Froggett vocals/guitar, Steve Jewell guitar/backing vocals, John Seeley bass/lead bass, and Andrew Gilpin drums/percussion. All the members of Otis share the same vision of writing and creating organic tasteful music while taking their audience to church by hitting on all emotions. If a stage filled of vintage music gear and Kentucky roots music is something you enjoy, then it's time to drink from the healing waters of Otis.
Otis has recently finished a 10 song album, tentatively titled "Tribute To John Brim," produced by Greg Martin (Kentucky HeadHunters, Rufus Huff), Dean Smith (Supa Fuzz, Taildragger, Rufus Huff) and David Barrick. All 10 songs were written by the late great Kentucky Bluesman, John Brim
'Tribute To John Brim" features cameo performances by Jimmy Hall of Wet Willie on Harmonica and Kentucky Headhunters Greg Martin on Guitar. The CD is slated to be released in the upcoming months.
Get ready for church brothers and sisters, the Otis electric Rock N' Blues revival is coming to a town near you soon!...
"Cut from the same cloth as Cream and hailing from the same hallowed ground as The Kentucky Headhunters and Black Stone Cherry, OTIS brings a modern-day spin to the passion and riffs of classic electric blues - Michael DuWayne Cornett Appalachian News-Express
As a younger woman I did a LOT of needlecraft type projects. I would just get a pattern, get some yarn or thread and go at it. The finished project wasn't the main thing. I used to just roll the finished product up and put it into a drawer. Years later my most excellent sister in law turned some of them into pillows.
Hours and hours of handiwork went into those projects and now they decorate my home. I don't have a lot of decorationsaround the house unless I made them myself or the kids made them. I enjoy the process of getting the parts of the project, spending the time working on the project and putting teh embroidered part of the project in a drawer. I don't need to finish it. What do you do with it all?
When my parents moved down to Florida, they asked my brothers and me to take what we wanted so they could move more easily. I have now inherited embroidery projects my mother's family had made in the early 1900s. Simple projects with a single color and basically a single stitch they used as a decoration for the simple kitchen. Those projects made it through the War, were moved from Hungary to Germany to the USA. Someone thought they were worthy of saving, so now I have them.
Join me as I reminice and talk about the projects I had started and finished before I became a dental hygiene know-it-all.
Host: Shirley Gutkowski
Producer: Shirley Gutkowski
Many of the projects in the picture show are my projects. The pillows are mine, the table cloth cross stitch is mine, the dino and the iris pictures are my projects. The simple projects are my family hand me downs.
Joining host Antoinette Harrell is author, Freddi Williams Evans is an alumna of Tougaloo College, Tougaloo, Mississippi where, as a music major, she began studying traditional African music on a study-travel to the University of Ghana at Accra. Evans is the award-winning author of three historically-based children’s books: A Bus of Our Own (2001), The Battle of New Orleans: the Drummer’s Story (2005), and Hush Harbor:Praying in Secret (2008). Her writings for general audiences have appeared in local newspapers, as well as several compilations and anthologies including The Storytelling Classroom: Applications Across the Curriculum (2006) and Kente Cloth: Southwest Voices of the African Diaspora (1998). Her essay “New Orleans’ Congo Square: A Cultural Landmark” appears in Ancestors of Congo Square: African Art in the New Orleans Museum of Art published in 2011.
Also joining the host Antoinette Harrell for the second hour of the show is genealogist Myron Walker who will share his family genealogy. Myron Walker into the slave dwelling in Franklinton, Louisiana where it ancesors was held as slaves.
And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and lo, htere was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sack cloth of hair, and the moon became as blood; and the stars of the sky fell to the earth, as a fig tree casts its unripe figs when shaken by a great wind. Rev. 6:12-13
Tonight we let Dudong practice being a radio show host with a seasoned radio show host. We will see how he can hang with the constant critique of performance and how he will feel about what it's like to be a young dude in a mans world of radio. It's the Uncle D and Dudong Show...