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Want to take a Laura Ingalls Wilder trip, but don't know where to start? I'm going to do a dual Travel Times Trundlebed Tales episode where I give a background that will be help visiting any of the Laura Ingalls Wilder homesite trips.
As I often say in my presentations, it's a DANGEROUS time to be a Laura Ingalls Wilder fan because there is just SO much merchandise out there. Pretty much whatever you want you can find it with either Laura Ingalls Wilder or Little House on it. You can even find unexpectedly odd things like a dogtag or a bobble-head doll. Where do you find all this stuff? It's one of my post frequently asked questions at my programs so we'll go over that too. So gather up your books, your stuffed Jacks, and your Charlotte Dolls and listen up as we discuss how to organize your Laura Ingalls Wilder collection.
Please call in or contact me ahead of time through e-mail, Twitter or Facebook. I'd love to hear your organizational tips or unique things from your collection or your next collecting goal.
Jim and Jennifer welcome to the show Laura G. Wright, a mentor and coach who supports young adults to become the architects of their lives. According to her bio, she wants to live in a world where looking at cute pictures of animals counts as exercise, Coldplay frequently shows up at her house to hang out and put on concerts in her living room, and complete strangers smile and wave at each other for no reason.
With over fifteen years of experience working with teenagers, she has developed a coaching and mentoring program for high school students, and has written workshops for parents of teenagers to guide them in making wise investments in their children’s future. She has also been featured as a guest on the Hunterdon Chamber Radio show Living Consciously, where she has shared her expertise in working with young adults. She has received the Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction Award, and in 2011 was nominated for Teacher of the Year.
You can find her hanging out with her phenomenal husband, unabashedly digging through celebrity gossip online, and taking a bajillion photos of every single adorable thing her cats do.
Discover her mission to help teens and young adults at her website: www.buildingthebridge.us.
Please join your hosts Laura Ezekiel and Annette Peridot in welcoming a fascinating and multifaceted man.
Steve Miller has found peace and healing. Listen in as Steve shares with us his story of childhood trauma and drug addiction, his hard won sobriety and energetic healing. He is a man who once walked in the dark, but has found light and love in an imperfect world. He now shares his personal journey with us.
Listen in and share in the vibrational healing of Steve's music and his inspiring story!
Call ins are welcome in the second half of the show!
Ed Donovan pioneered the first peer counseling program for Law Enforcement Officers in the World, the Boston Police Stress Program. Ed Donovan is a retired 32 year veteran Boston Police Officer who has produced, directed and appeared in documentaries and talk shows for over twenty years, including, including Oprah Winfrey and Phil Donahue, 20/20 and 60 Minutes. After retiring he moved to Florida and immediately got involved in Film and Television. He has acted in over 50 Independent Films in the past 20 years and is a member of SAG-AFTRA.In 2009 at the Crystal Reel Awards Ed received the Best Supporting Actor Award in a Feature Film for his role in Acts of Mercy written and directed by Laura Lopez also starring Aleksa Palladino who appeared in Boardwalk Empire on HBO. Once a year, the Florida Motion Picture and Television Association (FMPTA) awards an Annual Trophy to someone outstanding in the entertainment industry. In 2010 Ed was the recipient of the R. John Hugh Award, as the Editor of Infocus Magazine.for the hard work he does in promoting film and television in Florida.In 2013 Ed he received the Visionary Award at the Treasure Coast International Film Festival for his promoting Film and Television in the State of Florida.He has spent the last 15 years as the Editor of Focus In newspaper and now In Focus Magazine, Florida’s Film, Television and the Arts Industry Magazine. As a police officer, he was the Founder and Director of the Boston Police Stress Program "Cops Helping Cops," which offered the first peer-counseling program for police in the world. His life story was shared in a book, "The Shattered Badge, Story of Ed Donovan, Stress Cop," by Bill Kankewitt.Donovan has found a way to live a life that makes a difference to others. By sharing the truth and pursuing his dreams of acting, he continues to remind people they are not alone.
This week features author, radio, and TV personality Thom Hartmann to talk with us about the movement to amend the Constitution and House Joint Resolution 48 -- the We The People Amendment.
Thom Hartmann is a progressive national and internationally syndicated talk-show host whose shows are available in over a half-billion homes worldwide. He's the New York Times bestselling, 4-times Project Censored Award winning author of 24 books in print in 17 languages on five continents. Talkers Magazine named Thom Hartmann as the 8th most important talk show host in America in 2011, 2012, and 2013 (10th the two previous years), and for three of the past five years the #1 most important progressive host, in their “Heavy Hundred” ranking. He was born and grew up in Michigan, and retains strong ties to the Midwest, although he and Louise have lived in New Hampshire, Vermont, Georgia, Germany, and Oregon...and now live on a boat in Washington D.C. with their new attack-cat, Fang.
Tune in to the Thom’s radio and TV programs at www.thomhartmann.com.
The Poets Without Limits is having a special show on Thursday, May 21, 2015, to Celebrate the Birthday of Co-Host Mariea Mariea. Special Guest Poets will be calling in to wish our special Lady Happy Birthday and share a poem in her honor. Join Host Charles Gentry for this very special occasion. It's gonna be a GREAT SHOW guaranteed with Open Mic and Celebrations all night. Call-In and join the Fun. The Poets Without Limits is brought to you by The Literary Corner and Executive Producer Laura Poindexter.
Mary and Laura are talking to you about your life and how to move forward. So many people are confused, helpless and begging for intutive answers to lifes most challenging questions. Mary and Laura's unique way of helping others heal and grow. It can be about your career, family life, love the list is endless. They both are beautiful healers and can help you to find peace within your soul this in turn heals the physical and emotional side of your being. Please join us in our conversations on Thursdays at 10 am for an hour. We can talk, laugh cry and heal together. A whole life, is a full life.
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP as she answers a mother's questions about her little boy who is a "mystery" to his evaluators. Will NOT having a firm diagnosis negatively affect treatment outcomes? Can we select a treatment approach without a diagnosis? Listen in as we discuss her questions. Here's the link where the original question was posted so you can read my written response to her. The question was from May 20 from "Mom."
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