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Her sisters died in the house fire
Her sisters died in the house fire; the only reason she lived is her father carried her out first before running back in for her sisters where they all perished. Lynne Cockrum-Murphy was three years old and living in an idyllic family in Northern California. Raised by a mother whose life was shattered by the tragedy and today would be called a victim of PTSD. Cockrum-Murphy’s childhood was jolted again when her step-father died in a logging accident a few years later and culminates in the murder of her mother. The book "Living Hope Steps To Leaving Sufering Behind" follows Cockrum-Murphy’s life from those tragedies forward to today.
Lynne is an intuitive consultant specializing in supporting her clients to achieve freedom from limiting beliefs, to change work and life conditions to a happier state, and to embrace an expanding sense of self and possibility. She uses ThetaHealing, Access Bars ®, channeling and counseling skills to support clients in all their personal goals.
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Shaun Murphy returns to The Couch to share her latest release It Won’t Stop Raining. Shaun has brought the Blues out in full-force on this one. We’ll talk about the making of this album and plans are in her future.
Peter Karp has released The Arson’s Match, a live concert in NYC where his long-time friend and collaborator Mick Taylor participated. The result is something incredibly special. I’ll speak with Peter about his career…and where he is headed in the future.
Jeff Chaz sat with us during the IBC Preview shows this past January and he has just released his latest album, Sounds Like The Blues To Me. We’ll delve deeper into Jeff’s history and play music from the album.
Sandy Carroll released Last Southern Belle back in February. It has a more country flavor about it, so I never received a copy. When I found out about the album I reached out to Sandy and scheduled this return. I told Sandy, doesn’t matter what some call it, if it is Sandy Carroll music, it belongs on The Couch.
Have you considered joining a lineage society? Why is a lineage society important? Do you know what information and research is required to qualify for membership? Dr. Shelley Murphy and True Lewis will answer your questions and discuss the research and documentation process to prove your ancestors connection to the Revolutionary War. Chatters are encouraged to call in to share their thoughts and research on joining a lineage society.
Dr. Shelley Murphy, aka "familytreegirl" is a native of Michigan. Shelley has been an avid genealogist for over 25 years researching the Davis, Marsh, Goens/Goins/Goings, Roper, Boyer, Worden, Cureton, & Murphy, etc. family lines. She attends and presents at local and national conferences and currently works for a nonprofit and serves as adjunct faculty at Averett University. In addition, Shelley is a Coordinator of the Track 1 for the Midwest African American Genealogy Institute. The only Institute developed exclusively to address the issues associated with African American Research.
True Lewis is a Family Historian & Geneablogger for her personal diary and family history research work on MyTrueRoots.com . She was also a guest on the Season 2 - Genealogy Roadshow St. Louis Episode.
She is also the Family Historian for www.ike-iveryfamily.org in Honor of Ike Ivery his 3 wives and 23 Children.
Christine Murphy Foltz, USTA FL Masters Tennis Program Coordinator, fitness expert, life coach, entrepeneur. Christine brings her experience of over 4 decades in fitness education, sports, dance, personal training, industrial rehabilitation, and outdoor recreational, performance and competetive events. A Florida native, she was raised in a family tennis household learning tennis from her father, Jerry Murphy, a USTA FL certified pro, and continued lessons and clinics with other pro including Sewsankar Maharaj and Wanda Beddingfield. Christine also enjoyed cross-training in other sports and activities including competitive gymnastics, Performing Arts, 5k/10k races, ½ marathons, split triathlons, outdoor obstacle races, and professional waterski performing. Her education includes an Associate of Arts degree (Fine Arts-Broward College) ; Bachelor of Science degree (Fitness/Wellness-Viginia Commonwealth University); Personal Training Certification (Jacksonville State University); post-graduate coursework in philosophy and spirituality ( Franciscan University); certification in Neuroplasticity education (Ageless Grace); currently earning a nutrition certification from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition; member of the P.A.B.W. (Professional Assoiation of Business Women) and U.S.T.A.
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The Houston Rockets are back in the playoffs. In fact, many would say they backed into the playoffs. At any rate they are in and facing the historically good Golden State Warriors in the first round. Hall of Famer Calvin Murphy joins us to talk about the matchup and what the Rockets need to do to win.
In other NBA news, Kobe Bryant ended his career in high fashion by dropping 60 points on 50 shots against the Utah Jazz. What’s your best Kobe Bryant memory? And…who is your best Laker of all time?
The Houston Astros are 3-6 in this young 2016 season, but there is no reason to panic just yet. The Stros will be fine, hopefully sooner rather than later. In football news the Los Angeles Rams made a deal with the Tennessee Titans for the #1 pick in next month’s draft. How will that affect the rest of the league?
And finally, Bengals Receiver Brandon LaFell joins us to talk off season football, his training routine, and his upcoming camp in Houston.
All of this and more on this week's "ChalkTalk!"