Manage episode 245561245 series 1293316
In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss windy conditions, Monsoon Halloween, retiring the tub toys, being stuck in place, the odd messaging of motel marquee signs, flooding in Eden, disaster puns, when your name matches your profession, how to refer to certain functions with delicacy, when cats take offense, never being done with your book, fear of writer’s block, feeling like a nothing burger, unidentifiable floating objects in the river, the burning of an iconic landmark, dioramas & maps at Eaton Sugarhouse, giant checkers, the lost art of rolling coins, doing crafts with Grammy Sammy, an objective look at macramé, the dubious claims of spiritual midwifery, Jen’s unrealistic childbirth goals, understanding the boho wedding, why puppets are different than clowns, a Betty Boop makeup tutorial gone awry, partying with Arrowsmith, the half-light of tribute bands, expensive thrift stores, the dollar bag legacy, another tire fail, driving on donuts, “Live Free or Pie” according to the Wayside diner, when goats grow up, peony division, the joys of experimentation, how to spell “thumb piano”, riding out a bad luck streak, eschewing the sunny side of life, a karma smack-down, needing a small sized body guard, the curse of niceness, imagining a portable wishing well, protective magnetic bracelets - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Mark Struhsacker [Forgive and Forget]; Doug Perkins with Patrick Ross [Three Jigs/Hamster Wheel]; Hunter Paye [The Sweat Lodge and the Thief].
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