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Thurs. Jan 22nd Noon CST on Equestrian Legacy Radio's CAMPFIRE CAFE' DEVON DAWSON and KRISTYN HARRIS
GARY HOLT and co-host BOBBI JEAN BELL welcome two talented and multi awarding winning ladies DEVON DAWSON and KRISTYN HARRIS to the CAMPFIRE for some amazing music and great conversation.
We'll be talking Music, Horses and learn about the "Cowtown Opry" and some exciting upcoming events.
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Thurs. Feb 5th Noon CST on Equestrian Legacy Radio's "CAMPFIRE CAFE' " He's a Cowboy Singer and She's a former Beauty Queen turned Trick Roper!
GARY HOLT and co-host BOBBIE JEAN BELL welcome TERRY BROWN and HILDA MACHADO to the CAMPFIRE CAFE'.
Terry is a Singer/Songwriter with hits that span the charts of Country, Western and Roots music. Hilda, a nominee to the Cowgirl Hall of Fame, has thrilled crowds around the globe with her amazing skill as a Trick Roper.
Join us for an hour of great music and conversation Live at Noon CST or listen Anytime to our Archived Podcast.
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We are taught that we are suppossed to be nice people.
What does nice mean? Can we be too nice? When does nice cross over into doormat?
Being told: You are not very nice, hits us in the solar plexus doesn't it? Feels really uncomfortable.
Has Nice become a four letter word?
Do you feel it a challenge to say NO? Does guilt and the "shoulds" cause you to say yes when you should have said no?
Lets explore being nice and how to not become a martyr or a victim.
How to have healthy boundaries and put yourself first. Not an easy thing to do.
Takes practice and understanding yourself at a soul level.
Do other people inspire you to do better? Or do they make you feel completely inadequate because they are doing things so much better than you feel you are? How do you tell the difference?
Do you read someone's words and feel they stole them from you and snarl, or do you say hey, I wonder if I inspired them? Or do you think...cool we are on the same wavelength?
Where are you on your spiritual journey? Are you willing to look at your words and actions and take responsibility or are you staying in denial?
It is all a process; we can easily get caught up in it. Being able to take a step back and release the energyof ~ I am not good enough so I have to model someone else's energy~ is a gift you can give you. You are good enough, you are way better than you think! How do I know? I see it all the time with my amazing clients. So does Virginia Blank who is joining me for this episode! Yay! http://www.virginiablank.com
A veteran of countless live performances and tours as a bandleader or sideman over his long career, Tuff Lion’s recording presence has “finally” begun to blossom with the access that home recording studio systems afford the masses today. Undeniably, he has risen from near obscurity to many V. I. producers’ “A” list. You may also see his name credited on some recordings to performances on other instruments such as, bass, keyboards, organ, drums and some backing vocals. This is indicative of the depth of his musical scope. “I-Man play instruments for the sake of music, not the other way” says the graciously humble Tuff Lion, noting that he “really only practices” on the guitar.
Iba (pronounced: 'Eye-bah') was born Charles "Chucky" Encarnacion on May 7, 1970 on the island of St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. As the son of a musician, Iba was indoctrinated into music at a very young age and his passion for knowledge led him to embrace the teachings of Rastafari in his formative years. Over time and thru much diligence, Iba became lead singer of St. Croix's Front Line Reggae Band and quickly became one of St. Croix's celebrated singers. In 1995, life and mother nature (Hurricane Marilyn) intervened in this burgeoning career and Iba relocated to Connecticut, USA. In Connecticut, Iba kept at his passion by fronting the Survivor's Reggae Band for the next 3 years.
Tonight your PD RADIO hosts Ms. PD & Black shine their Creative Artist Spotlight on the Multitalented Artist/Author/Actress/Entreprenuer ALICIA M. WALTER. Tune in to hear how this amazing woman is making a difference one soul at a time with artistic gifts, we're sure you'll be inspired!
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