Episode three of the podcast gives you insight into the time I threw a temper tantrum in a rest stop bathroom while in my 30s! There is a real danger to only traveling with one pair of pants, and this is it. (FYI: My Mom only made it worse.)
There is also a segment with ideas for cleaning out your clothes closet and getting rid of all those clothes you don’t really want or wear anymore.
In the ending minutes, I offer up a closing thought about Einstein’s quote about living like either nothing is a miracle or everything is.
Hang on. Wait just a second before you listen to it.
I just want you all to know that I’m well aware that I keep saying “um” and “uh.” I actually am guilty of doing that a lot in my normal speech pattern, but it’s worse on the podcast. I didn’t notice it until I listened to episodes #002 – #004 (all one after the other), which I recorded one after the other one evening when my family was out. I promise to work on it in the future. But, I’m not enough of a perfectionist to want to re-record them. I’ll try to gain a little more confidence in this whole podcasting thing. I promise. Either that or I’ll stop podcasting. It will definitely be one of those two.
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Sites/Links Mentioned in this Episode:
Art for Kids – my friend Rob’s site
Watch for Episode #4 of the podcast in two weeks, since I’ve decided that I’d like it (and you might like it too) if the podcast came out every other week. That way, neither of us will have to feel like we’re behind. Bonus!
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