Manage episode 248692372 series 1293316
In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss the word “squirrel”, the rites of slow eating, using a baby blender, cheese graters vs. tree shredders, a dairy-themed key chain, new ways to stress your jeans, the candy product a.k.a. “hundreds & thousands”, Emily’s use of the phrase “ladies and germs”, what not to do with freckles, why we might need elders, a new twist on food cravings, the stupidity of eating according to rules, nostalgia for dangerous playground equipment, poison ivy at the Tunbridge elementary school, purifying plastic bags over time, the new snow emergency concept, whether or not hot springs stink, a brief dust-up at Vogue magazine, the pluses & minuses of being physically beautiful, climate change tokenism, John’s ongoing relationship to his phone logs, problems with invisible glue sticks, when shelter workers must turn away the homeless, being $500 away from a total financial disaster, 40 cords of free firewood, the joys of one-zone plumbing, the coldest room in the house, love/hate and the heating tax, walking in streams, Cameron’s plaque in the woods, meeting at the source every moment, crying for a dead grandchild, counting crowsfeet, taking pride in your scars, confusion between cherubs and cherubim, losing track of your Pinterest pins, keeping tabs on conspiracies, surreptitious micro chipping - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Doug Perkins [Snowflake Jig]; Robert Resnik [O’Carolan Medley]; The Cousins Project with Kristina Stykos & Steve Mayone [Trouble and Truth].
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