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Oct 22, 2020

Nicole and her mom aren’t speaking. It’s a shame but understandable and no one person is to blame. Nicole’s mom was a teenager within weeks of graduation when she gave birth to her daughter. When Nicole was a teen, their relationship fell apart. Now Nicole’s daughters are approaching those mid-teen years....


Oct 15, 2020

“They are your chance to learn about love.” That’s the way Lucy Lustig looked at the people around her in her last days on this earth. You’re about to hear the recording that started this podcast. Lucy was in hospice. She was spending her days in a hospital bed. She knew she was dying. But she was up for...


Oct 8, 2020

Stacy Cassio was a small town girl who moved to the big city and developed a huge idea. As a teenager she got on only the second plane she’d ever flown on and took off from northwest Kansas to NYC. With no college degree she went from nanny to business world to creating and running The Pink Mentor Network - a...


Oct 1, 2020

E’beth was drowning. The whitewater held her under. Her gear was choking her. “I guess this is it,” she thought. Then came a voice from the back of her head. It said two distinct words: “Absolutely not.” E’beth Watson was something of a pioneer in whitewater kayaking. She took to it so well that she grew to...


Sep 24, 2020

Gloria Singleton’s voice - its rich tones born of decades of experience - is hereby preserved for posterity. For more than a quarter century she was the friendly voice that answered the telephone at a hotel switchboard (back when folk did such things) and treated guests first and last as human beings. When...