Listen on iTunes, Stitcher, or where ever you listen to podcasts: iTunes | Stitcher | Soundcloud | Google Play| Pocket Cast| RSS Feed Word of the Day: Weird For episode 3 I welcome two new guests, James DeBruicker and Marilag Angway! We discuss Silk by Caitlin Kiernan, which is a darker book than the previous two … Continue reading Episode 3: Silk by Caitlin Kiernan with James DeBruicker and Marilag Angway
In order to clear my head from Infected, (see my last blog post about my latest podcast *ahem*), I binged through some library books I've had an ARC I thought I was excited about. (Spoiler: it was terrible.) So Below is 7 short summaries on the books I read this week! Book 1: Heist Society by … Continue reading 7 Books in 7 Days
Listen on iTunes, Stitcher, or where ever you listen to podcasts: iTunes | Stitcher | Soundcloud | Google Play| Pocket Cast| RSS Feed Word of the day: Gooey For Episode 2 we discussed Tim's recommendation, Infected by Scott Sigler. I apologize in advance as I fidgeted around the entire episode with the necklace from Surly-Ramics Etsy … Continue reading Episode 2: Infected by Scott Sigler with Tim Lowe and Joe Schulman
I haven't talked about this on my blog much at all, mostly because it's been in the works for a month or two now? But as I am editing and gearing up to post my first episode, I need to announce it everywhere! I am hosting a new podcast called Judging Book Covers, which is … Continue reading Book Podcast?
My Danny passed away. My mother gave this amazing eulogy.
For the almost 30 years that we’ve known him, he was “our Danny” to me and my girls. Even after he married my mother in 2004, he was still “our Danny” and it always felt awkward for me to call him a step-father or grandpa. He was a huge influence on me as a young adult, a young parent. I am eternally grateful for the life he shared with my mother and my family.
Thank you all for coming today to honor Danny Harris, a remarkable man, a devoted husband, father, brother, son, grandparent, uncle, cousin, and friend to many.
We watched Danny suffer through the last 2 years of his life and we saw the illness take away his ability to enjoy almost everything in his life that he loved to do. Yet even through this difficult time, Danny continued to live his life with the same…
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