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Happy Birthday…in Heaven…

me-and-mamaI’m going to start by saying Happy 2017. For me, this year, short as it be so far, has totally sucked. On January 2nd my mama passed away, and it was very unexpected. At the moment I found her in her bed, my whole world fell apart. As many of you read here how close I was to my mama. She was a single mother for my whole life and I was an only child. We spent so much time together.

My mama had some health problems that had her on oxygen, taking so many prescriptions and she did not feel great a lot of days. However, I was not prepared for her to pass away at this time. She was only 62 and we really thought we had many more years with her. She was working on her health and had been losing weight to help with her conditions. She had so many plans for the upcoming years of her life. I miss her everyday but even more today because today is her Birthday. She would have been 63 years old today, and so many people told me today to be sure to celebrate her. I know they were trying to help me feel better, but really I’m just too damn sad that I can’t celebrate with her and I just wanted to stay in bed, cover my head and cry all day. However, since I have an 11 year-old boy and a job, I had to pull my shit together and try to function. I did okay, most of the day. I sobbed into my husband’s chest first thing this morning and felt very safe in his arms. I cried on my way to work, I seem to cry a lot in my car. I found myself really just wanting to call her and talk to her about all of my feelings because that is what I did on a daily basis.

It was nice to call and talk to one of her friends and get the great text messages from friends and family. I talked to my best friend and her words were also comforting. There are still days, and today is one of those days, where I just can’t believe that this is my new reality. I am so grateful for my wonderful friends and family, they have really been such a great support during this time.

On January 14th we had my mom’s memorial service. This was held at my church and I was so happy I could have it there where I was surrounded by so many people who love and support me. My mom had so many people who loved her and it showed at her funeral. There were so many people who showed up to celebrate her life. This is a testament to the kind of life she lived. My mom made friends very easily. She was nice to everyone, unless you were not nice to her then she could be vicious.

My mom was a happy woman who was full of sass and possessed a sharp tongue at times. She had a great smile that lit up a room and an extremely contagious laugh. She had a great sense of humor and loved a good dirty joke. She was the strongest woman I have ever known and raised me to be the same. She was so proud of her family, but mostly proud of her grandson, Ethan, who adored her. She was also loved by all her nieces and nephews, even if she was nicknamed “Auntie Ursula” (think Little Mermaid).

My mom was a woman of faith and believed that when she passed she would be in heaven and would meet up with her parents and sister who all passed before her. This is really the only thing that brings me any peace as I grieve her death. I am leaning on my faith more these days than ever. I’m so glad to know that I will once again be reunited with my sweet mama when I enter eternity. My mom taught me to have faith and because of that faith I know my mom is in heaven and she no longer has any medical issues, she no longer has to take so many medications, she no longer has to wear oxygen, she no longer has to walk with a walker. She gets to laugh all day and hang out with my aunt and my grandma, all three of my favorite women are together in paradise.

For those of you who had the privilege of knowing my mom, please know she loved being your friend. For those of you who didn’t know my mom, please know that she was a great woman and her presence is missed greatly on this earth!

Happy Birthday Mama, I love you with all my heart!!


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2016 In Review…


Well, I don’t know about all of you, but I am really ready to say goodbye to 2016. However, I am not the most excited for 2017, frankly I nervous, but we will get into that later. 2016 was not totally horrible to me but it did have some low points. Let chat about this a little.

New Job…

As you read last month, I did get a new job this year. This was a blessing in my life. The pace of my life has slowed down and I have been able to spend more time with my family. It has been such a strange transition. I have always been used to having my time jammed packed, when you work for a large Non-Profit you wear so many hats to fill your time, and with this job the pace is just a little slower that I have had to figure out how to relax. What a wonderful problem to have in my life. The other wonderful part of this job is I get to work with a lot of wonderful people in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) every day. What a wonderfully, supportive and compassionate group of people to work with.

The boy is growing…

My little man is getting too big for his britches. This year brought so many changes in our world. He finished 4th grade and started 5th. He started his 2nd year of playing the saxophone, had his first musical experience (cast member of Lion King, Jr.). He turned 11, one more step to the teenage years (that mom is not ready for). He joined his Student Leadership Team at school and it is great to see him take on more leadership roles and bloom in this program. He spent a week at church camp again this year and is already looking forward to another week this coming summer. We have had our ups and downs, but I think this is par for the course when it comes to kids this age. He is learning about who he is and developing into the good young man mom is desperately trying to mold him into.


Marriage is great, most of the time. I think everyone who is married would agree with this statement. There is not a whole lot of news here because the hubbs and I are doing well. trying our best to stay on the same page while parenting, keeping each other in sight and not letting the little person zap all of our energy for each other. Not a easy task but still very important to both of us.


As you may have ready earlier this year, this musical has taken over my world. I have not been this enthralled with a musical in quite some time and never this much. The last one I was obsessed with was Rent but it was not to this degree. Lin Manual Miranda has written the best musical in my opinion. For the last 6 months or so this soundtrack has consumed my playlists (almost daily). There is a podcast I eagerly wait for each Monday. I ordered the Ron Chernow book that inspired the musical (this is my next read). I asked for several Hamilton items for Christmas (my family fulfilled those items on my wish list since they know how obsessed I have been). I am keeping my eye out for when this show comes to Denver. It is scheduled to come during the 2017-2018 season at the DCPA. I am trying to hold out that long.

The Election…

This was one of the low points for me in 2016. It was not a secret that I was a Clinton supporter and I was stunned and saddened on November 8th. Now don’t take this wrong, I am not sad that my candidate lost (that is always a possibility), I was the most sad that she lost to him. I was very sad that our country decided that it was better to elect a vial man who does not care about the American people before they elected a woman who was very qualified (almost over qualified). Ever since that fateful day in November, our country has seemed little more that a glorified reality television show. He has seemed to parade the  basket of deplorable people through his huge tower (Freud would have a hay day with this man), and announce imbecile after imbecile for his cabinet.   The things that come from Twitter from this man each day just floors me daily. I’m so disappointed in GOP who are now supporting him (who hated on him during the election), they are really putting their party and need for power ahead of what is best for our country.

The year my childhood died…

We lost so many great musicians this year: David Bowie, Prince, George Michael, Leonard Cohen, Glen Frey.

We also lost a lot of other great people (actors/athletes/etc.) this year: John Glenn, Alan Rickman, Florence Henderson, Alan Thicke, Gene Wilder, Muhammad Ali, Gary Shandling and just today Carrie Fisher (may the Force be with her).

My inner 80’s child is mourning the loss of all these great entertainers and I hope there is a raging party going on in heaven.

What does 2017 have in store…

I am hoping 2017 brings more love and laughter to my family. I hope 2017 can bring some feeling of togetherness in our country (even if the premise is disgust for one person). On January 21st I will be marching in the Women’s March in Denver (please join  me if you live in the Denver area) and we will be marching for Women’s rights. Ethan will be finishing up 5th grade and getting ready for this last year in elementary school (big man on campus). He will be heading to another week of church camp and I will be joining him this year as a counselor.  I’m sure 6th grade and turning 12 will bring its own set of challenges to our world but God willing we will face them head on (maybe with a margarita in my hand).

I hope 2016 leaves you well and 2017 brings you all the happiness you deserve in your life. Thank you for reading my blog this year and I hope you will keep reading in the new year!!


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Advent Anticipation


Being Christian is a big part of my life. I go to church (almost every week, some weeks I have to work Broncos games), I teach Sunday School to the littles of our church. I enjoy the fellowship very much, they are one of my communities, and the community I see the most outside of family. Since taking my new job, working for a regional church office, I have had to learn what it means to do social media for a church community. I started this job right before Advent began and so much of my education thus far has been about Advent.

Now, I’ll admit that growing up Catholic, I really was not aware of the meaning of Advent, other than a countdown to Christmas. Not to say it was not taught to me, I just didn’t really pay attention at that time. It was not until I joined my current church and got involved with educating these little kiddos that I really understood why we do Advent. It is much more than eating a piece of chocolate each day, or seeing what Lego piece is in the box for that day’s countdown. I have always know that Jesus is the reason for the season for me, but Advent puts so much more substance behind it.

I think my favorite part of Advent is the anticipation. I mean, I know the story, I know at the end of the book Jesus will be born, but the anticipation of knowing this during this season fills my heart. Now, don’t get me wrong, I love Christmas and the pageant is has become, the tree, the cards, the fat man, the lights, the parties, the baking, the gifts; but in recent years it has become about the build up. The feeling I get when I walk into church each week and know that we are preparing for something great. We are looking forward to the birth of this great man who had great ideas. We are looking forward to the Hope this brings to our minds. We are looking forward to the Joy this brings to our church.We are looking forward to the Peace this can bring to our nations. We are looking forward to the Love this will bring to our hearts. We are looking forward to Jesus, to help us find all four of these pieces of this large puzzle of life.

I know there are people who read my blog who are not Christian or have their own questions or doubts and I welcome the conversation about any of that. I am not a person who believes that everyone has to be Christian. I do love every person regardless of their personal beliefs, it is not my place to make you believe what I believe, but love you for who you are in my life. I hope you all can love me for who I am in my life and for what I believe.

My hope is that everyone can feel some anticipation during this season and find a little Hope, Joy, Peace and Love in waiting for something great in their lives.


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changeI have always felt like Fall and Spring are times of change. The weather changes, the foliage changes, my animals either gain or loose fur and the time changes. This Fall I have made a big change as well. I changed jobs. I had been working at Tennyson Center for Children for almost 10 years and still enjoyed the work and the mission of the organization. I must say that I have loved working for non-profits for the last…almost 20 years…wow that was hard to type out.

I am a big believer that you have to take opportunities when they are staring you in the face with a flashing neon sign. That seems what has happened to me this time. So, I have been on the Board of Directors for the Central Rocky Mountain Region of the Christian Church Disciples of Christ and the office was looking for an Executive Assistant to help the Executive Regional Minister and help run the office. This job seemed right up my alley, flexible work schedule (including telecommuting), working for the denomination I am a member of, serving others including working closely with clergy. I am excited to be in charge of the social media, follow me on our Facebook page or Twitter feed.

When I put in my notice to my last job, the most frequent question I was asked was, “Will this job keep you busy enough?” My answer is, after just starting my 3rd week, Yes and there was no reason to be as busy as I was in the first place. My pace of life seems to have calmed down, I have more time with my family, more time to make good meals, more time to do some of the things I have been wanting to do for a while (volunteer at my kiddo’s school). This seems to be a job that really fits me, I really like to be a support person but I don’t always do well in high stress situations. This job simply makes me happy!!

I am getting ready for Christmas, family coming for a visit, winter and a little more snow (especially because I will just work from home on the snowy days), more quality time with my family. I have a lot of great things to look forward to and that is where my focus is right now.  I hope everyone is ready for some great changes in their life that I am sure will be coming your way, remember to look for those neon signs that show up in your face!!



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Oh America…


Well, I didn’t think I was going to make a post about all that has happened during this election cycle. I really thought the outcome would be different so I didn’t have a post planned out for this time. However, seeing as how this outcome seems to have turned the country on its ear, I thought I would throw in my two cents!!

First of all, I know you can tell by now that I am a huge bleeding heart liberal and as you might have guessed I was a Hillary supporter. I tweeted and posted on Facebook many times with the #ImWithHer. Let me put it out there, I was not with her in the beginning. I was not really feeling the Bern either. I was having a hard time with the candidates this year. However, since my party named her as the candidate, I firmly stood behind her and cheered her on. I did like the notion of having the first female president, I mean, we are really WAY behind other countries when it comes to letting women into positions of power.  As the campaign went on, I got more and more excited about this possibility. I know she had controversy, Oh the damned emails, and people thought she was sick, and so on. But really, most of my thoughts were positive because who would think that our country would rather have a racist Orange asshole in office rather than a flawed woman. I was confident she would win, most people I know were voting for her….at least I assumed.

Then election night came, I know some of you were feeling the same way I was that night. Looking for the path to 270. crossing all my fingers and toes. Assuring my son that it will all work out in the end for her (I think I needed the reassuring just as much as he did). Looking at my husband as the night got later and later and the amount of words said between us with only our sad, sad eyes could have filled the room. I fell asleep on the couch because I knew my hubby would stay up to the bitter end. I told him to wake me up if something major happened. He only woke me up to tell me that he was making an acceptance speech. At that moment, I think the world stopped spinning.

The next day was Ethan’s birthday, when he went to sleep that night he told me that he really wanted to have Hillary as his president for his birthday. When I went to wake him up that morning, I did all my usual crazy mom, waking you up on your birthday stuff, and then his question came, “who won the election?” I now had to break it to my son on his birthday that he had won. My son’s eye welled up a little and the next question he asked me was, “will he send Juan and his family back to Mexico?” Juan is one of Ethan’s best friends, they have know each other since Kindergarten, had many sleepovers, dinners at each other’s houses, swimming on endless summer days together and riding bikes to the moon and back. This question broke my heart because I didn’t have an answer for him and I was scared for Juan’s family as well.

Fast forward to this week. We have been living in this crazy world for two weeks now and it seems like it has been an eternity. My husband and I can’t shaking our heads about all the choices that are being made for his cabinet. Laughing at the endless Twitter rants knowing they are only going to get worse as time goes on. The worst happened on Sunday when Ethan came home from playing with Juan and told us that Juan’s family has decided to move to Mexico and more sadness came across my sweet boy’s face. I don’t want him to know this hurt, the hurt you feel when you move away from a good friend. I especially don’t want him to feel this hurt because he was elected. I know there is very little I can do to help him feel good about this, but to be honest, I really don’t blame Juan’s family one bit because if it were me, I would leave too. I know my family is privileged to because we are not people of color and we won’t know the same kind of fear, but I do feel fear for a lot of people I care about. I fear for my LGBTQ friends and their rights, I fear for my African-American friends and their rights, I fear for any friends who are not Christian and their rights, I fear for myself and my other woman friends and our rights.  I never thought I would have to feel this fear in my own country…but I do.

I hope we can all come together and stand up for the rights of ALL the people who live in this country, no matter their race, gender/identity, sexual orientation, religious preference and political views. We need to bring this country together and fight for OUR rights as Americans.

Be kind to one another….


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Be Positive…

I have been reflecting a lot since I turned the BIG 4-0 last month and I have decided that I need to be more positive. Now this has been very hard since we are in a very negative election season and CNN or MSNBC is on in our house a lot – my hubby is entrenched in the election and I have to let him have his passion. It seems everyday there are new allegations and dirt dug up on each candidate, and I have to wonder, does anyone talk about the issues that are important to our country anymore or is it all about who can sling more shit at the other person…that is marinating in my brain.

In all my reflection I found an article from the Huffington Post written in 2013 called 35 Affirmations That Will Change Your Life.  So I read the article with skeptical lenses. I have never been the biggest affirmation person. I have never had any problems giving others praise and affirmations but when it comes to myself, I am not my own best friend. I often have a hard time accepting compliments and affirmations from others as well. It’s not a confidence issues because most people who know me well will tell you that I am a very confident person, but I don’t always think my work or deeds need to be complimented or affirmed. Ok…back from ramble road…in reading this article I was trying to absorb all the affirmations that are listed on the page, and I had to giggle at some of them. I know that is not the point, but some just made me giggle. It made me feel like I was in the SNL skit from years ago, looking the mirror and saying “Gosh Darn it People Like You!”

Then I took off my skeptical lenses because I need to be positive!! Re-reading some of these I can see how they can help people believe in them selves and I can see how affirmations can help me in my life. I just need to find the ones that will fit in my life. I will be sure to share mine with you all when I do a follow up post. Stay Tuned…

loveYou all know from an earlier post that my new obsession is listening to Podcasts and another one that I have found that I love is called Love What Matters. I know many of you have seen the stories from this website on Facebook or you have seen the videos on their website but I will tell you that listening to the stories on the podcast has changed how I absorb the stories. Most of the podcasts are only about 15-20 min, so they are a very quick listen and they really recap the stories that they list on their website and Facebook page. They really make me smile and add a little light to my day. I really like them because I don’t have a lot of time in my day to watch videos or read stories (trying to make more time for that) but this is a great way to get the love from these stories in my life during my long commute to work.

smileI have always been the type of person who smiles at everyone when I make eye contact with them. I like to smile and see them smile back at me. I have recently been taking note on how many people I can make smile and often wonder why some people don’t smile back at me. I know that when I see someone smile it automatically makes me smile back at them no matter my mood. When I was recently working the concession stand at a Broncos game I was able to get everyone to smile back at me, even though they had been waiting to get their pizza a beer for quite a while as our line was long. By me simply smiling at the customer I was able to make them feel better about the long ass line they were just standing in to give me all their money for the food and drink they were ordering. The smile has a powerful effect on everyone’s mood!!

I’m hoping to make my world a little brighter by being positive and remembering to smile often. Please tell me how you are keeping your life positive!! Have a great weekend everyone!!


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The Heart of the Matter…

the-heart-of-the-matter-1-638So last week I had to take my mama to the hospital for a procedure. This was a procedure called a Right Heart Catheter, and it is basically used as a diagnostic procedure. This is the third time she has had this procedure and I’m going to be honest, I am scared each time. This seems to be a quite routine procedure for cardiologists but as all invasive procedures, there are risks. I am happy to report that my mom went through without any complications, as expected.

Now the results of this diagnostic test came out to be the same as the last two times she has had this. She has a high pressure from in her heart when pumping the blood to her lungs, one of the main reasons she has to wear oxygen all the time. When the doctor came to talk to us about this he was asking about her meds and then told her that she is totally maxed out on the meds and there is no other medication options. My heart sank. Then he began to tell us that he really likes my mom and really does not want to see this medical problem defeat her. I totally agree with him.

Just a little background, my mom (and myself) is a little heavy. We are not talking about the people who are on the TV having bariatric surgery by any stretch. Although that seems to be the first option that many doctors offer to patients these days and it has been offered to my mom in the past. My mom has had her fair share of surgeries and is not looking to have another at this time. Back on track…So this doctor was very kind and talked to us both about the reason he is telling my mom she needs to lose weight. The number one reason, this pressure in her heart will shut down her body if left untreated, and since the meds are maxed out, she really has to do this by losing weight. Now, I am not a small girl either and have struggled with a weight problem my whole adult life, so I really felt like this doctor was also speaking to me and saying this could be you in 22 years too. There are many, many ways I aspire to be like my mom, however, her medical conditions are not in that category.

So I think where I am going with this blog post is that my mama and I have a lot to think about and take action. We both have to lose weight because there is a little boy that will one day graduate from High School, College and beyond, he will get married, and have his own kids and both my mom and I want to be there to see all those things happen to my wonder boy! I will update our progress on here and let you all be a part of our journey.


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Let me start by saying that I am completely OBCESSED this this musical and the soundtrack. I listen to several podcasts, and many of them have been talking about Hamilton and had many of the cast members on their shows. So I thought I needed to hear this soundtrack for myself. Once I listened for the first time, I was hooked!!! It really does not take much for me love a musical, I often have background music in my head that could serve as my own life soundtrack, Jenni! The Musical!!

I knew very little about Alexander Hamilton before listening to this soundtrack. In fact, I had no idea who the old, white guy was on the $10 bill (oops, public school history failure). Somehow American History was either not the focus in my high school or I just blocked all that stuff out because I really don’t recall much about this time period. Well, since I didn’t know much, I started where we all should start, Google, and began to read up about this man and what his contributions were to our country. Let me tell you, he was amazing!! If you don’t know his story, take some time to use Google and look him up too!

As for the musical, Lin-Manuel Miranda is a genius!! He based a lot of this musical on the book Alexander Hamilton written by Ron Chernow and gave the musical a Hip Hop score. The brilliance of this just blows my mind. This is a total triple threat, history lesson, musical and music I can dance to. I really had no idea how important this mas was to our country and because of this brilliant musical I have once again been thrust into wanting to learn more about this man, and the other influential people of this era.

In school, history was not my thing, I love to hear the stories about history but I was not into memorizing dates and timelines surrounding these stories. If that was the case in a class I really did what I could to survive that class and get a good grade. Besides, I was way to busy learning really hard math (Trig & Calc)  and didn’t need anymore numbers in my head! However, if my history teacher had come to me with this soundtrack and or actually going to see this on stage, as many students in NYC have been able to do thanks to Mr. Miranda, I would have been much more interested. Now, I am beginning to research who were the strong, influential women of this time and how did they impact the start of this nation. Stay tuned….

In the mean time, I am going to keep listening to this soundtrack, wait for the musical to arrive in Denver (2017-2018 season) and pray I can afford and get tickets, and listen to the podcast that was started about this phenomenon called The Room Where Its Happening co-hosted by Mike Drucker and  Travon Free who bring on some of the cast members and other wonderful guests all to talk about how much they love this musical.

Please take some time in your life and check this musical out, listen to the soundtrack and/or the podcast and let this soak into your soul. You won’t regret any of this!



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My Mom is Funny…


Me and my mama


If you have read my other posts you know that I am an Only Child and I was raised by a Single Mother. As I am preparing to turn 40 this month I have been reflecting a lot on my upbringing and I know with all my heart that I owe most of who I am to this strong woman who raised me.

Thinking about 40 years ago, it was1976 and she was a 22 year-old woman who is single, Catholic and pregnant. There were choices out there that she could have made. If she had made a different choice, I would not be here writing this blog today. I am grateful that she choose to raise me knowing how hard it was going to be for her. Not only do I owe my existence to this woman, I also owe my sense of humor, my liberal attitude, love of baseball and loud mouth to her as well!

As much as I have enjoyed being her daughter and learning from her,


Ethan and Grandma

I think she was put on this earth to be Ethan’s Grandma. I love watching her be his grandma and all the fun things I hear about them doing together (and I am sure even more fun things I don’t even hear about). She has a sign at her house that reads “What Happens at Grandma’s Stays at Grandma’s” and I know they have little secrets I will never know about. I know she learned how to be a grandma from her mom, my grandma was just the best! She always shows up for him when he needs her there. Since my in-laws live in Texas it is difficult for them to travel to see him so she is always trying to be sure she is there representing the grandparents. Even with her own health issues she is always sure to be his biggest and loudest fan in the room!


Now, if you are around my age, your parents are probably around my mom’s age and you know, maybe not the most computer savvy. This is one of the things that makes me giggle the most about my mom. She did not have a job, until the last few years, where the computer was part of her day to day duties. She got much better when she was a nurse case manager and had to use the computer all day. Although I would still get the occasional call at work asking me how to attach files to her emails. Last night this lady had me in stiches. I usually talk to my mom on the way home from work, last night as we were talking she decided to order a pizza because it would be half-price since the Colorado Rockies won their game the night before. Well, in order to get this discount you have to order online and put in the special code. So here we are talking while she is trying to order this pizza online, first off, somehow she gets herself on the Papa John’s catering site and was trying to figure out how to order on there. Then I hear from her, “okay, I’m going to close this and start over” and that made me giggle. Once she finally got on the right page and was ready to order her pizza it was having her make an account and this was not making her happy. All these steps were just too much for her just to order a pizza. At the end she was unsure if she indeed had ordered a pizza or not and had to call Papa John’s to see if they had her order, which they did not and she ended up just eating food she already had. That was 45 min of her life she will never get back, however, it was highly entertaining to me at that time. I have not laughed that much in quite a while.

My mom is so funny, even though some of it may be unintentional, and we always have such a good time and laugh hard when we are together. I am so glad that when I became an adult she and I were able to become best friends. I cherish the time I have with her so much and I try my best not to take it for granted.


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Catching Up…


Hello friends of the blog. As you noticed, I took a short hiatus over the summer and now I am getting back into the swing of things.  I found myself feeling a little lost by not writing a little each week but forced myself to take some down time and spend some time with my guys!

We have already started back to school this year. We are 2 1/2 weeks into 5th grade and it is going good but it was a rough transition. My son ended up in one classroom (with the teacher he was hoping for) but he three best friends are in the other classroom. That was the hardest part of this transition but he is settling in quite nice at this point.

Summer brought on some fun times at the amusement/water park, playing outside with friends, swimming pool time, late night movies, and slumber parties!! This type of summer really takes me back to my childhood and I am so happy I can provide this type of summer fun for my kiddo!!

Well, enough about the boy. PodcastNot only am I writing this to catch you up on our life but also to let you know I am catching up with the rest of the world. I am not a person who is always on top of the latest trends. However; I have been feeling very trendy lately because I have discovered the joy that is Podcasts. I know, you are thinking, “Where the hell has this chick been?” I think the reason I never tried out podcasts before is because I thought they would be boring because I am not a fan of talk radio or even NPR. However, since my free subscription to Audible ended this summer I decided to give podcasts a chance and I can tell you they have changed my thinking and perspective. I started out looking for some podcasts about Game of Thrones, my hubby and I caught up with the world on GoT in the last year and actually were able to watch the most recent season with everyone else. Once I started looking at podcasts it has become an addiction. I am always looking for more topics to listen about and listening in my car, in my office and while I am cooking and doing dishes. I want to share some of my favorites with you all and if you check them out, please let me know how you like them:

Nerdette – a fun podcast hosted by two nerdy girls who talk about great topics

Nerdette Recaps Game of Thrones with Peter Sagal – The same nerdy girls recap GoT with Peter Sagal. Great conversations and guests add to the fun.

Denzel Washington is the Greatest Actor of All Time Period – I mean the title says it all!!

Sooo Many White Guys – This podcast is so funny and is hosted wonderfully by a “Not a white guy” funny woman!

Girlboss Radio – Each week the guests are strong women talking about business, life, money and other great topics.

Politically Re-Active – Two comics talk about this political season, this one only runs through this election (for now)

The Sporkful – Not for Foodies, for eaters!!

2 Dope Queens – The title tells you who the hosts are and they invite some great guests!

Please feel free to tell me about your favorite podcasts, I am always looking for new stuff to listen to and obsesses about!!


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