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Milling About visits The Evergreen Inn Bed & Breakfast in Spring Lake Heights, New Jersey. Dating back to 1873, it was once a stagecoach stop. Innkeeper Laurie runs the inn like she's hosting a dinner party or hanging with friends at the local Jersey Shore pub. A great storyteller, she entertains her guests at breakfast. If you're still sleeping or even slightly hung over she is the perfect wake-up call! Her juice glasses are on a slant to confuse you even more. She says, 'it's 140 years old so I don't know if I'm the one that's slanted in my 40s or the house is slanted but it works for me!'
One wonders if her five year-old daughter is an inspiration, joking she's a 'beard' for her goofiness. Leaving the corporate world she fell into hospitality having a Yureka moment finding a Christmas ornament that said 'Evergreen Inn.' Since 1997, she put her management skills to work with a homey renovation. The rooms are named for evergreens like The Redwood, a tribute to The Eagles' Hotel California and her 'thing' for Don Henley complete with mirrors on the ceiling and pink champagne on ice.
It's Halloween so everybody loves a good ghost story. Laurie was busy painting alone on the third floor at 2AM when she distinctly heard her name. She laughs, 'Turns out it was an ex-boyfriend calling from across the street at the 7-11 for a booty call at two in the morning!'
Breakfast is the main attraction with names like 50 Ways To Leave Your Lovah French Toast, Brie Rules The World Eggs; one with lobster because hey, it's the beach. Laurie gleefully recites the ingredients as you enter the dining room insisting on seconds.
In this edition of the Recovery Radio Show host David Gerber is once again joined by St. Christopher's Inn staff members Michael Boccia and Robert Watson to break down Step 8 of AA: Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all. Together they tackle the problems and pitfalls many encounter when arriving at Step 8 and discuss the spirituality necessary to approach this step in a healthy way.
The Conservative Party (Washington) is painting the Evergreen State red and this weekly broadcast will update you on our efforts as well as point out the various forms of tyranny and corruption that can be had in our great state. Host/Chairman Bill "Everyone Is Entitled To My Opinion" Turner is a proud Conservative who won't shy away from polite liberal callers who need educated or rude ones who just need a verbal spanking that mommy and daddy never gave them.
Milling About visits the Bath Street Inn in Santa Barbara, California. Host Robin Milling chats with co-owner Deborah about this lovely 1895 Victorian home which was gifted by Mr. Hales to his wife Abigail for their 50th wedding anniversary. In fact, Deborah tells Robin that The Abigail Room is the former master bedroom where guests have reported sightings of a white-haired woman sitting on the edge of their bed. This however was 15 years before their time with the inn so Deborah jokes that perhaps she's moved out!
The Bath Street Inn is a mixture of the old and the new with eight guest rooms. We stayed in The Rose Room, aptly named for the wallpaper which has a jacuzzi; perfect at the end of a long day walking downtown Santa Barbara. The newer Summer House with fireplaces and jacuzzis is adjacent to the wisteria covered courtyard where breakfast is also served. And breakfast is a healthier vegetarian alternative which Deborah says was put into place because the former owner wasn't exactly a morning person! Each morning homemade granola with seeds and nuts is served along with fresh fruit complimented by gourmet-style meatless dishes. You will never miss the meat or taste the difference as they are delicious as well as nutritious. During our stay we were served peach-topped croissant french toast, baked pear with ginger sauce, eggs florentine with raspberry muffins, and pain perdu with cherry berry stuffing...yum!
For more information visit www.bathstreetinn.com
This edition of the Recovery Radio Podcast focuses on Step 7: "Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings". Host David Gerber is joined once again by St. Christopher's Inn staff members Michael Boccia and Robert Watson to break down to Step 7 in a simple way for all to understand. The concept of humility is difficult yet essential to overcome in early recovery, but the rewards are worth the process.
In today's edition of the Encouragement Group, host David Gerber discusses the quote "There is no Glory Without Tragedy" and it's relationship to recovery. The glory of recovery and all it has to offer takes hitting bottom to achieve. Co-host Michael Boccia adds once you experience the darkest day, every day after gets better. Listen in as miracles will be shared.
A lawsuit filed by the anti-drug group Safe Streets and three other plaintiffs including the owners of Holiday Inn target a number of Colorado lawmakers, including Gov. John Hickenlooper (D), Revenue Department Executive Director Barbara Brohl and Marijuana Enforcement Division Director W. Lewis Koski. Going a step beyond simply suing the state, the plaintiffs are also going after participants in Colorado's commercial marijuana industry. Citing federal racketeering laws, the plaintiffs are seeking damages due to alleged injury brought on by legalization.
The Marijuana Policy Project is not taking this legal action lightly and has called for a boycott of Holiday Inn Hotels. MPP Communications Director Morgan Fox is the show’s second guest who will take a look at the lawsuit and explain how the boycott will be carried out.
Take a sip of the Kool-Aid! What's your flavor? This week we speak with Rabbi Sid Vineburg about The Jewish Ghost Project, a first-of-its-kind collaboration of investigation, research and technology. The Rabbi, in association with Seven Sisters Inn and Mr /Mrs Schmidt of Ocala Florida discuss the evidence they have collected, their method and their expectations for this experiment. We will hear about the people involved, such as Dave Spinks and will find out what's next on the agenda to complete the data collection at this historic location. Listen LIVE to the EVP's. Have you had any experiences with Jewish Ghosts? If so; Rabbi Sid would like to hear from you!
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The latest edition of the Recovery Radio Show features host David Gerber interviewing St. Christopher's Inn staff member Michael Boccia about the meaning of Step 6 of AA. Together they discuss the concept of "becoming ready" and "removing shortcomings". In addition, the risks and pitfalls of Step 6 are also addressed as is how to go about doing this step in a healthy way.
In today's edition of the Encouragement Group host David Gerber takes on the sad end of life topic of the way I want to be remembered at death, and discusses how the way we want to be remembered in the end starts today. We have the power to be remembered as one who has overcome obstacles. Michael Boccia chimes in by talking about how treatment is an opportunity for a "Do Over" in life. As always, miracles will be shared.