Volunteered to get interviewed on a podcast about music that is important to me - Number 20
Broken debris episode eighteen number twenty volunteered to get interviewed on a podcast about music that is important to me. Well this is significant in many ways first of all, I don't volunteer to do things secondly, it's personal and thirdly, I don't volunteer to do things. The way the show works is that someone picks a song from each decade they were alive in. There are no rules regarding how to pick your songs and no specific criteria just as long as there's one from each decade, you've been a life I was born in nineteen, sixty eight. So I started with a song from the sixties. Set out with a theme in mind when I picked my songs, it just sorta happened. The first son was sweet thing by Van Morrison I picked this one because it describes a little bit about how I feel about rob. My second son was Kooks by David Bowie for the nineteen seventies and this one was about parenting molly. I starting to see the pattern. The song I chose from the nineteen eighties was Peter Gabriel's don't give up I chose the song because it encompassed teenage years and I shared on the podcast how I survived those difficult years. My next song was tonight tonight by smashing Pumpkins for the nineteen nineties. It represents our move to Minneapolis, I describe what was so significant about that time next up was the two thousands and the song bloody mother fucking Astle by Martha Wainwright. This was about my desire to live in truth and my break from my family of origin. The last night choice was brave by Sara Barilla's for the twenty towns. I was knee deep in my list at this point and the song said it all with list in hand I skype with Jesse and Terry I shared a lot. We went deep we laughed and we even cried a little it was supposed to be an hour. It was not they had to split minded into to episodes. I'm a podcast or and I like to talk what can I say? It was very healing for me and fun and holy rap people were going to hear this. What have I done? I talked about my list too. So there's that this was the precursor to this project. This was the first time I really talked about my list in detail. I was the only number twenty when I volunteered for the podcast. But by the time I guess did I was a little further end but still very far from having the confidence I have now but much braver than when I started at number one and this was me fall on this was me flat open and honest? This was me learning how to do this? Sometimes bravery as being vulnerable. Episodes of broken debris are released every Tuesday and Thursday. Thank you so much for listening and for joining me on this journey of healing and growth. If you want to go deeper into the story and hear it from UH spouses perspective my husband, and I have a Patriot only show where we haven't extended hind the scenes discussion of every episode, which also post twice a week. Here's a sample of our latest, Patriot only companion podcast. Welcome back to the broken brave companion podcast. This episode Nineteen Number Twenty Oh. No, it's not. I pre- highlighted. Some. Last time, but you did do that Oh my God i I've been doing better. Okay. This is episode eighteen number twenty on the list volunteered to get interviewed on a podcast about music that is important to me. Okay. So personal music means so much to you does and the words especially means so much to you. This is a really personal things. This took an incredible amount of bravery because this is like opening your soul. This was a precursor to this project. Really wants like it was my. Toe in the water it was, it was a way for me to show. I can S-, play myself open and and share from the deepest parts of me and be. Okay. SPLAYING TO DO I sp- I played. All right. Just you did. It was supposed to be what was supposed to be an hour. It was not know. It was pixel two of the so I went down in history as being there one doubleheader. Okay. So I had to start to do a song from each decade I've been alive. Really. Cool. Yeah. So the nineteen sixty s born in sixty eight. So the nineteen sixties I did van Morrison sweet thing and I tell all about why that is significant to me and lyrics matter to me really do and so that song I go into our marriage I, talk all about our relationship and and that is a really really really powerful one. On the on that. It's interesting because your songs and your descriptions here. Yeah. They are about us but there are a lot of it when you really break it down there about. This journey that let us to hear exactly whereas when I was on the show, how mine were all about my relationship with you and then molly. It's really interesting. There are no rules to this other than pick a song from. Each decade you were alive. Yeah. So my first one I did was about. That was sweet thing from Van Morrison than the seventies I did Kooks by David Bowie, which is about to hear the rest of this episode and get other exclusives become a patron to broken debris at Patriotair Dot Com. You can also follow my blog at broken debris dot com for even more insights and engaging content links in the show notes broken to brave as a production of southgate media. Group hosted and written by me Martha Southgate. Thank you so much for listening. Now. Go do something brave.