https://anchor.fm/kari-wagner-hoban/episodes/Episode-19--Thinking-Outside-the-Box-Dancing-My-Troubles-Away-We-all-Have-Trauma-e17pqsg For those who won't be listening, I mentioned that my mom underwent extensive surgery on Tuesday. Her neck had to be reconstructed after four discs were removed. She did wonderfully and is now on the long road to recovery. She will also have back surgery in November, and after that is done, she will… Continue reading Podcast #19- Thinking Outside the Box/Dancing My Troubles Away/We All Have Trauma
The link to the podcast is at the bottom of the post. This week's podcast was inspired by my comment section from last week's podcast. Is there a term for that? That, I believe, is the definition of meta, no? Suz mentioned in the comments that her family appreciates her blog and other things that… Continue reading Podcast #18- Mixed Tapes/Talking to Plants/ Giving My Dogs Voices
The link to the podcast is at the bottom of this post. In last week's podcast, I mentioned my library book problem, but the stack of books in the photo didn't truly reflect it. Here is a better picture: This week's podcast was very cathartic for me. Those who listen will learn why. I talk… Continue reading Podcast #17- Not Taken Seriously/ Writer’s Gathering
I wasn't "popular" in the traditional sense in high school. However, according to Merriam Webster's definition of the word, I was popular. I suppose it is how you look at a situation, or in this case, a definition. Tell that to a 15-year-old who suffers from undiagnosed anxiety. Having an unpopular opinion in recent years has undoubtedly… Continue reading Unpopular Opinions
Mike and I celebrated my birthday a little early by having a podcast party Friday night. So enjoy this podcast in place of a post where we talk about: -a recent addition to my blog/podcasting family -my sweet grandma and a Google search that made me cry -there's a mannequin living in my home -a… Continue reading Podcast #9- It’s Birthday Week!
I'm reading Mark Nepo's "The Book of Awakening" right now, and these were his words to me this morning (I like to think the author is speaking directly to me): From the agonies of kindergarten, when we first were teased or made fun of in the midst of all our innocence, we all have struggled… Continue reading Podcast #7- Invisibility and Rarely Discussed Menopause Symptoms