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Good evening ghoulies!!! Welcome to Coffee With the Dead, hosted by Spirits Wake Paranormal. I am your host, ParaAnne. This episode will discuss the magic of road trips. Is there a higher power that guides us to our ultimate destination unknown? Participate in the chat or call-in live! There will be time at the end of the episode for live call-in's where you can ask questions or contribute comments. Live chat is also set up for you to converse during broadcast. Please click "follow" to stay updated on future broadcasts and visit our FaceBook page.
in Indie Music
Texas Raised Musician That Phenom Kid Always Giving You The Real.. Elevating Your Mind, Expanding Your Creativity and keeping Them Falsifyers Out Of his Vicinity. He will be showcasing his catolog of music and walking us thew his music grind from lubbock Texas to and global network. Call in and speak to our guest at 347-989-0302 press the 1 button to be heard. or listen live online at www.blogtalkradio.com/divaspot
in Self Help
Why do we STILL worry about disappointing our parents? Do we really have that much influence over making them happy? Or do we think we have the power to keep them from being sad?
When it comes to our relationship with our parents, we quickly slip into old childhood roles. It’s easy to forget we’re grownups too! We second-guess our choices because we’re programmed to think “Daddy (or mommy) knows best.”
But when we let our parents’ fear or prejudice or rules dictate our choices, we’re really saying, “I don’t value me enough.” Guilt wins.
So how do you stop feeling guilty and speak your truth? I’ve got five steps to help cut that umbilical cord.
What railfan trips are you planning in 2015? Call in this week and let everyone know where your headed, what are you planning on doing while your there? Will you be riding, photographing or just watching? Do you plan to go to Steamtown? Strasburg? Sandpatch? Horseshoe Curve? Cajon Pass? Winterail? Summerail? the 2015 NRHS Convention? How about the 2015 La Plata Railfan event? Any others? Do you work with a railroad museum? Do you ride tourist trains? Be sure and call in to 646-716-7106, or post your plans to our Facebook or Twitter pages. The Amazing Chris Guenzler will be hosting this week's episode, so call in and let Chris know what your itinerary is.
It's May, and summer road trips are right around the corner! Start planning now by listening to this week's episode of Road Trip Radio. On this episode, we'll discuss how to get your vehicle ready for a cross-country excursion and also decide on some all-important gear every motorist should have on a long trip. Call in to our listener line 24/7 to share your summer road trip tips at (650) 27-DRIVE.
We'll talk about Route 66 and why you won't find it on your typical road atlas in this week's Travel Q&A. Join us for classic commercials from the golden age of radio as we open The Travel Archive (including the 1969 debut of Ronald McDonald), plus we'll enjoy some lighthearted humor On the Lighter Side.
It's another hour of roadtripping, travel, and fun on this week's edition of Road Trip Radio, hosted by Jeremy Krug.
Author Garnet Schulhauser returns to Writestream Tuesday with Daria Anne to discuss his latest book, Dance of Heavenly Bliss:
His third book, Dance of Heavenly Bliss, continues the saga of his astral trips with Albert who takes him to meet Gaia, the consciousness of Mother Earth, two of Earth’s mythical creatures—a Sasquatch and an Irish fairy—who live in fear of humans, and a human civilization on another planet that is ruled by women. On the Spirit Side he met many fascinating souls who regaled him with tales of their lives on Earth, including Moses, Jesus and his mother Mary, Lucifer, and the goddess Athena. These trips were designed to inspire humans to appreciate the diversity of life in the universe and encourage us to love and respect one another, Mother Earth, and all the creatures who share our planet.
Garnet Schulhauser is a retired lawyer who lives near Victoria, on Vancouver Island, with his wife, Cathy, and little dog, Abby. After practicing corporate law for over thirty years in Calgary with two blue-chip law firms, he retired in 2008 and his first book, Dancing on a Stamp, was published in 2012. Since the release of his first book, Garnet has been active with book signing tours and speaking engagements and has been a frequent guest on radio talk shows.
I have travelled extensively around the world and in varying ways; raised in UT, I left after University and lived in Seoul for 19 months and then Taipei for 15. I was home for a year before moving to Australia for 7 years, living in both Sydney and Melbourne and traveling the region extensively -road trips up and down the coasts of Australia, campervanning Tasmania. Travel to Fiji, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Japan, Philippines, Ibiza, Guam, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, China, I also spent 3 months in a Campervan with my family trying to save my crumbling marriage in New Zealand, covering a lot of ground on both islands! It didn't work... I spent another few years in Australia before moving back to the States, and lost for what to do with my life I joined a travel dating website. I went on blind first dates to South Africa and Israel, and trips to Paris, Istanbul, Nashville, Memphis, New Orleans and Germany with the same two men (individually) over the course of 2 1/2 months. I just returned from my own solo trip to Mexico. I've also alone traveled elsewhere. There is still more but perhaps this will suffice for now! I'm writing a book and starting my own podcast called Escape the Narrative. I'm a mother of two children, my field is journalism and PR but more recently I've been a spokesperson, writer, model and actress. Not only do I have extensive knowledge and interesting stories, I'm also willing to open up and talk about my life, my divorce and the changes in my journey and how I have travelled differently in response to those changes.
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Benita & Terricinia will talk about wine, trips, and have a really fun time!
Get Your glass in hand, be ready for Something to Wine About. Tune in because you'll never what guests they will have lined up!
This week we will be Talking about Back from Austria with our perpetual special guest Brian Fairtile.
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John Steinbaugh retired from the US Army Special Operations Command after 25 years. John was initially an infantryman. He volunteered for Special Forces, became a medic in 1994 and was assigned to 10th Special Forces Group. In 2000, John was serving as a S.E.R.E. instructor when 9/11 immediately prompted him to volunteer for additional training in counter terrorism, we were going to war and he wanted to be part of it and fight with the best.
From 2002-2012 he served as a SF Medic with a tier one command that conducted continuous operations in OIF & OEF and they continue to do this today. After being wounded a 2nd time he was placed as head of medical combat development. Liaising with USSOCOM medics coming back from the battlefield, he found out what they needed to better improve patient outcomes. John was wounded a third time while serving in this position and testing new equipment under actual use conditions.
Upon retirement John took a job with RevMedx as their Director of Strategic Operations.
RevMedx makes hemorrhage control products for the military. John invented a revolutionary product called XSTAT which is unmatched at controlling non compressible hemorrhage, a tool that is saving lives on the battlefield. John started a 501c3 in Oregon taking wounded veterans out on fishing & hunting trips. VSA (veteranssportsmanalliance.org) was started by a 13-year-old girl in California. John was one of the 1st wounded soldiers they took on a trip. He missed the comradery very much when he retired and being able to take wounded and disabled veterans out on these events helps him keep his sanity giving him a feeling of still being involved and giving back to the veteran community. He has been married for 28 years to his wife Laurie and they have two daughters
William "Bill" Brown with Theresa J Morris on our TJ Morris Radio Network. Friends of the Cosmos Radio Org. After nearly 20 years of study and 52 trips to Giza, Bill Brown is making this wisdom available again today using the universal harmonics of light, color, sound and shape, to recreate these transformational effects. A civil engineer by profession Bil has become a legendary figure in the worlds of sacred geometry and Egyptology. A long time student of mythology and seeker of the ancient mysteries, Bill's civil engineering background and trrips to Giza, Egypt, have helped him unravel the nature of reality and the importance of geometry. Special geometric shapes can alter and rearrange human 3D molecular molecules into perfect balance. Anything coming into contact / resonance with specific overlapping frequencies becomes automatically influenced. Pyramid Gateway Project 2016 is the next generation of geometric structures of the new 21stCentury presented by Puramis Incorporated (USA) home based in Chicago, IL (USA). The Icosahedron comes pretty close for supporting healing, meditation, and group ‘brainstorming’. Contact Designer/Builder: William (Bill) Brown by email at email@example.com or visit my website at P U R A M I S
Greetings! Join me, Doctor Dayciaa Smith, for a motivational episide of Divine Experience on Sunday, April 24, 2016 @ 5:30 p.m. CST. I'll give personal updates, talk about P.O.I.s for the week and share information on the most popular places to go on national or international mission trips. Our focal topic for today is how to prepare yourself spiritually, emotionally, physically and psychologically and financially before, during and after any mission trips upon which you embark. Tune in for this beneficial broadcast!