Manage episode 238884823 series 1293316
In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss who can wear a sundress, being chronically too busy, mediocre “self care” advice, irritating sympathy, real bootstraps, Brock’s decision to eat Emily’s calfskin boots, pumping gas in a hoop skirt, trying to ID the farmer with red suspenders, girth and beltlines, problematic dipsticks, mad babies, choosing new glasses frames, a leg-pulling incident, being afflicted by gullibility, a Finnish word having to do with reindeer travel, when jokes are bad, tadpole development, talking like Richie from Boston, cyber-stalking a mysterious Facebook friend, the confusing relationship between the Arctic and Antarctica, healthy skepticism about celebrity E.T.s, how John recycles the covers of Romance novels, grandma’s covert attempt to impart wisdom about the birds and bees, the passing on of culturally acceptable machismo, a husband’s hand illustrated telephone logs as works of art and business venture, an idea for English teachers, how the grandchildren turned a rose garden into “The Hotel”, a playhouse under the ferns, the institutional destruction of random bushes, when friends visit you on the job, restoring the gardens at the old Shire Inn, a new Vermont beer called “Fred”, two different kinds of wine including the gas station kind, sensitive taste buds and their various abilities, a brief look at the whys and wherefores of when couples fight in public - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Green Mountain Fever with Rick Davis and Davey Davis [Wild Daisy]; Val McCallum [Charlie’s Coal]; Wagtail with Susannah Blachly [Let the Light In].
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