United States, Waltzer discussed on The Pause with Dawna


Really <Speech_Music_Male> touching <SpeakerChange> Geico <Speech_Music_Male> can you <Speech_Music_Female> stories <Speech_Music_Male> sure sure <Speech_Female> obviously <Speech_Female> without names <Speech_Female> last <Speech_Music_Female> that we had <Speech_Female> which was <Speech_Female> on June first. <Speech_Female> We had a woman <Speech_Music_Female> come out <hes> <Speech_Music_Male> that had <Speech_Music_Male> lost a child <Speech_Music_Male> and and she <Speech_Music_Male> was crying <Speech_Music_Male> and she <Speech_Male> came <SpeakerChange> back <Speech_Music_Male> out after the wall <Speech_Music_Male> though and said that <Speech_Music_Male> while clearly <Speech_Music_Male> nothing <Speech_Male> was going to make <Speech_Male> that that grief <Speech_Male> go away <Speech_Male> that it had been very <Speech_Male> useful and she felt <Speech_Male> a little lighter <Speech_Male> and just much <Speech_Male> much for peaceful <Speech_Music_Male> coming out <Speech_Music_Female> also <Speech_Male> one thing that <Speech_Male> I do like share <Speech_Male> because it's very <Speech_Male> meaningful to me <Speech_Female> I <Speech_Female> have to say we can't <Speech_Female> do this perk green because <Speech_Female> we don't <SpeakerChange> allow pets <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> service animals <Speech_Female> only not <Speech_Female> so <Speech_Female> so of my experience. <Speech_Female> One of my <Speech_Female> most meaningful experiences <Speech_Male> was a <Speech_Male> few years ago when I <Speech_Male> had an elderly <Speech_Male> doll that little <Speech_Female> oxen that I <Speech_Female> was going to have to <Speech_Female> say goodbye to <Speech_Male> when she was in renal failure <Speech_Male> and so the morning <Speech_Male> that we were going to take <Speech_Male> her to the vet <Speech_Female> I took <Speech_Female> her to the local <Speech_Male> labyrinth and I <Speech_Male> walked most often <Speech_Music_Male> and I walked her. <Speech_Music_Male> We did <Speech_Music_Male> elaborate wall with her <Speech_Music_Male> just on my shoulder <Speech_Music_Male> and <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Female> to me <Speech_Female> that was just <Speech_Female> I don't. It's <Speech_Female> hard to explain <Speech_Female> why that means so much <Speech_Male> to you but I guess it's <Speech_Male> sort of like we mentioned <Speech_Male> the other day. It was sort of like <Speech_Male> creating your own ritual <Speech_Music_Female> and <Speech_Music_Female> now of course <Speech_Music_Female> every time I go to <Speech_Music_Female> that labyrinth I call <Speech_Female> it siennas labyrinth <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and it <Speech_Female> just is always going to mean <Speech_Female> something <SpeakerChange> to me so <Speech_Male> you never <Speech_Male> know <Speech_Female> you know you never know <Speech_Female> when when people come <Speech_Female> out what <Speech_Female> they're dealing with <Speech_Female> their lives what <Speech_Female> they might be going through <Speech_Music_Female> and while <Speech_Music_Female> the elaborate maybe <Speech_Male> useful to <Speech_Male> the most <Speech_Female> of US founded. <Speech_Female> You <SpeakerChange> know our everyday <Speech_Male> Waltzer. Just <Speech_Female> oh that's peaceful. <Speech_Male> It's nice to be in the gardens. <Speech_Female> It's which is wonderful <Speech_Female> in in another sale <Speech_Female> helps helping <Speech_Music_Female> clear mind <Speech_Female> but occasionally <Speech_Music_Male> you you get those <Speech_Male> points in your life where <Speech_Music_Male> you just really <Speech_Music_Male> need <Speech_Female> something <Speech_Female> and it really means something <Speech_Male> to you and whether <Speech_Male> you can do that in <Speech_Male> a group setting where you <Speech_Male> feel other people sort <Speech_Male> of sort <Speech_Male> of holding even if they <Speech_Male> don't know your situation <Speech_Male> or if you <Speech_Male> go down there and wall <Speech_Male> totally alone <Speech_Male> <hes> <Speech_Female> many people just find <Speech_Music_Female> it very very <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> well. 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