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"There is Always hope in the face of adversity - Jody Blankenship"
Join me with special guest, Jody Blankenship who will share her journey of becoming one of the fastest growing women owned businesses in the USA! ZippedMe has been named by Forbes as one of the Virtual Trendsetters and its inventor, Jody Blankenship, is the featured author in the BEHIND HER BRAND book on the Amazon's Best Seller list!!!
On June 14, 2014, Canadian eventer Jordan McDonald suffered a fatal injury while competing at the Nunney International Horse Trials held at Southfield House, Whatley, Frome, Somerset, GBR.
This tragic loss inspired Jordan’s sister, Shannon, who performs as Shanna Lynn in the country music duo known as Georgia Rain, with Damian Marshall (her husband), to record a rendition of his favourite song.
A self-taught guitarist, Jordan loved “The Boxer” by Simon and Garfunkel. Shanna Lynn fondly recalls the times he would play it and ask her to sing along. She didn’t know the words then, but she is pleased to sing it for him now. “This was the hardest recording we have ever done. [It] tugs at the heart strings…very bittersweet for me,” said Shanna Lynn, “but I know he’s listening.”
The song is now available on itunes. Proceeds will go towards keeping Jordan’s dreams and goals alive through his wife, Shandiss, and their horses.
- Story from Horse-Canada.com.
Tune in to hear Shannon & Damian remember Jordan in stories and song.
AHOY! I'm "Captain Robert McDonald". I am an American Adventurer living in the Netherlands. I lead an international Paranormal Award Winning team of paranormal groups who have joined hands on a global quest on land-sea and air to explain answers to our unknown world. The Ghost Ship Hunters 360 cover everything from Sea Monsters / Ghosts to Ghost Ships to Big Foot and "UFO's". (It's all done in a 360 direction!)
Nothing is out of reach for my international crew of professional paranormal investigators and researchers from the USA - Canada - Scotland - United Kingdom and Europe. For the first time you can go directly to the professionals (one on one).
Now place your sails into the wind and "Enjoy The Ride". Welcome Aboard Everyone!
"According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the total number of people with DEMENTIA worldwide in 2015 is estimated at 47.5 million. The total number of new cases of dementia each year worldwide is nearly 7.7 million, implying 1 new case every 4 seconds. The number of people with dementia is expected to increase to 75.6 million in 2030 and 135.5 million in 2050". Think about it. These are BIG numbers and most of us, in one way or another, will be impacted by dementia in our lifetime.
To help us to help us understand what these numbers mean to us and our loves ones on a community level, we have invited CATHERINE SHEPHERD, Cape Breton - Education and Outreach, Alzheimer's Society of Nova Scotia, to the table.
I first met Catherine about two months ago when my family was trying to deal with a loved one’s diagnosis of dementia. Quite honestly, we were afraid and looking for guidance and support. From the get go, Catherine stepped into the fire, met us where we were, and offered step-by-step guidance, knowledge and reassurance at a time when all three were in short supply. I was very touched by this timely gift (for she was a gift!) and decided to dedicate this show to helping her share a message of hope, coping and perspective for those on a life altering journey called "dementia". Thank you Catherine for doing this beautiful work!
WEEKLY ROUND TABLE with HiC Luttmers, John Carosella and Mildred Lynn: If you could go back in time, what advice would you give to your 20-year-old self in the areas of love, money, health, career and life? Get ready for a fun, energetic discussion!
Speaking Frankly this episode withe Steve McDonald, Owner/operator of Turfgrass Disease Solutions, Spring City, PA about turf conditions this spring in the Mid-Atlantic this Spring, annual bluegrass weevil on bengtrass, disease management keys looking to the summer, and also some native fescue area research and observations. Expect lively bantor between two seasoned golf turf professionals.
This week’s episode features a candid conversation with Washington Post reporter Soraya McDonald. In this interview, you’ll recognize right away the wit that shades much of her prose. Soraya is a graduate of Howard University and began covering the high school sports desk as an college intern. After traveling across the country completing journalism fellowship, internships, and eventually employment, Soraya returned to the Washington Post where she eventually became a staff reporter.
I discovered her work last year when I read an article about a female gamer who had received death threats. Soraya had been covering the story for some time, and I wanted her to speak to my article writing class.
That didn’t happen, but I’m glad this did! I’ll release her bonus material which includes a how-to make the most out of your college experience, a segment particularly helpful for students.
In this show, you also get the 411 on a new daily humor site, The Reject Pile. Founded by writer Joel Miller, the site wants your unwanted work. Thank goodness somebody finally does!
Visit the SHOW PAGE on Behind the Prose for Show Notes and links!
in Self Help
This Grammy-winning superstar knows a thing or two about life, love and balance. “I’ve always been a grounded person. Being an artist is different than being a celebrity. Having a life that you’re comfortable with when you go to sleep at night is incredibly important to me.” Always a fashion-forward visionary and trendsetter, Jody brings an empowering message to BOLD, offering can’t-miss advice on how to create your own sanctuary at home. “It’s not about going to Maui. It starts right where you are.” Despite her massive success and stream of monster hits (“Looking for a New Love,” “Still a Thrill,” “Real Love,” “Friends”), Jody–like everyone else–has had her ups and downs. “I pour a lot of myself into the music. When I left the group Shalamar for a solo career, people said I wouldn’t make it. Winning the Grammy for Best New Artist was like being rewarded by God and the universe for stepping out on faith.” Available on iTunes, her latest album “Paradise” features retro funk and recalls the disco and soul records that inspired her iconic musical style. “It takes the soul and spirit of those classic sounds and blends them together with electronica.” Jody’s official website is www.jodywatley.net. Join the conversation at www.getboldtoday.com.
in Pop Culture
See Hear Yoko captures the rich complexity of Yoko Ono—woman, artist, activist, wife and mother—from her days with John Lennon through the present, with intimate portraits by the legendary rock-and-roll photographer Bob Gruen, and words by Ono herself, edited from conversations with Jody Denberg, rock radio’s “Voice of Austin, Texas.”
Conceived expressly for Yoko Ono as a gift between friends on the occasion of her eightieth birthday, and published at her personal request, See Hear Yoko is legendary rock-and-roll photographer Bob Gruen’s tribute to an icon of contemporary American cultural history, from her days with John Lennon up through the present. Gruen, who served as personal photographer to Lennon and Ono during their years in New York City, has collaborated with his friend, Austin rock radio mainstay Jody Denberg, who edited twenty-five years of interviews with Yoko for the book’s text.
In this breathtaking volume, Gruen has selected more than two-hundred classic color and black-and-white photographs that intimately illuminate the life of Yoko Ono at the height of her fame as a woman, wife, mother and avant-garde artist (who keeps creating, she says, because “That’s who I am.”) Yoko’s role as peace activist and artist underscores the enduring legacy of the era of rock-and-roll. See Hear Yoko reveals a modern woman in love, in ascension, in grief, in joy and in peace.
Lavish and beautiful, mirroring the deeply personal design of the original volume given to Yoko herself, See Hear Yoko brings into focus an extraordinary woman and one of the most memorable periods in modern history.
Exercise the discipline of believing God’s word. He said if you love me you’ll keep my commandments. In doing so you allow the fruit of the Spirit to be the power that is manifested in your life. The word “great” is always associated with our God. God is great. He is greatly to be praised. No greater love has no man than this. So, as children of God, we want great results in our lives too! God also commands us to abide in his love. Do like Jesus did when he walked in earth. He said, I do the work of my Father (John 10:37). Jesus left beautiful modeling for us of how to walk and work. In order to have great results and great outcome the source of what we do has to be from our God. When we abide in him we exude the fruit of the spirit, in every situation.
Tonight we will revisit the Royal Rumble and talk about Smackdown results as well as take a look ahead at what the road to Wrestlemania might look like.
Jody Poff will join us to talk about Team Fighting Championships, the 5 on 5 martial arts organazation that is making waves in Latvia. Jody heads up Team USA and will help us understand the new league.
Is H1Z1 for you? How about Dying Light? Zombie overkill this week on the gaming side of things. We'll break down some new releases in the world of video games.
The crew will also lock down their UFC 183 picks.
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Exercise the discipline of believing God’s word. He said if you love me you’ll keep my commandments. In doing so you allow the fruit of the Spirit to be the power that is manifested in your life. The word “great” is always associated with our God. God is great. He is greatly to be praised. No greater love has no man than this. So, as children of God, we want great results in our lives too!