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COVID-19 and pregnancy: Women regret not getting the vaccine

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 3 months ago

COVID-19 and pregnancy: Women regret not getting the vaccine

"An expectant mother who lost her baby after falling ill with coded nineteen is urging other women to get vaccinated against the deadly virus kindle Nipper lives in Georgia and had just a short bout with the corona virus but it was enough to cause a miscarriage in July just weeks from her baby boy's due date I did everything I could have possibly done the only thing I could do that I will have to carry with me see her doctor says the placenta was infected with the virus which likely hindered the baby's ability to get oxygen and nutrients nippers teamed up with Amanda Harrison who contracted cove it it had to be intubated but she and her baby survived and then it's almost like a survivor's guilt the two women are sharing stories in an attempt to persuade pregnant women to get covert nineteen vaccinations to protect themselves and their babies I'm Jackie Quinn

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"amanda harrison" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"amanda harrison" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"Hey, you lock in an even just thinking about it. This. In years but even abandoned a it's sort of It was an amazing experience. It was amazing seeing that Iraq got the opportunity. To actually the pot of and just that role way the advance Australia fade just finishes off Amanda Harrison Lee Iraq could just about to finish off that loss pot and you get the crusaders and say. I'm getting chills neck because. Really falls in a couple of grannies and just Y-. Feeling. Mighty it's an amazing and it's amazing sort of Seeing that I had changed to go through. August. Yeah that and the phones that are in. The act I gotTA. Just amazing. Day. Even. Just to a part of it looks some people just get one one guy and that was my seeing Elijah. If I can get one game that's all one guy and I'm happy to do it for nothing. That's that was always my my moist full prices or just wanted to do one guy and fully and said we all the time and they said that I put into it and and that's a lot of the polls put a lot of time. And it just that reward to be selected as a fell Alan Pau Wasn't just any one of the. Back Look at grand does that change the game and the Wyatt was plied this would be probably the one that China the way football is sort of dawn seen stay in for a number of reasons. But this was a game where a tame one game for the season McGowan Red Hot favorites against club merging who had gone through some dance Oughta Young. Had A lot of young kids but I, did have hearings. and. A half of football, it was a pretty, pretty close game. All the way. Back over. And to half tongs actually very crowded little little paying like a Salvador force don't go to answer couple goals at two three gold inch along comeback back by halftime. Liberal. Seeing who is A goal some of that. But I think the thing that stood. Until half time was. Too Long and probably Some team and They point. Telling up a little bit and and like I always remember the loss kicking halftime Mooney from five, ten, million dollars in. SPITE IT and and Mr. Recently changed goal yet. That's exactly what and even city he to kick at the Toronto unless Mike a Statement A. Strike through the ports. That become a turning point I think but but I think the third quarter lot guy even very core until until the last I think it was five minutes to go and it was still pretty clash when wholesome play tactic of Kickin, the bowl or trying to Russia's many points metro area down beckwith going backwards now as a as a goal employ you, sorta. Looking at what's going on thinking? Okay, that's what's happening. died waiting and. Looking at going. Doing something all the time soon before this is actually that. There was there was nothing in the rules decided by couldn So So for him those sort of probably just bawling Tom, that's why sore they'll try to buy time and Any any pressure situation win you know change the I turn over and..

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"amanda harrison" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

Dear Dyslexic Podcast

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"amanda harrison" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

"Of how I've actually grown on, go Basha as as and that's through the documentary. Actually because you have to do a lawsuit, feel nervous. You have to do to publicity stuff that you have to go. Oh, dyslexia ability is amazing. A nominating everything's amazing in the right. Just let best which is really quite straightening to do about yourself. When you're doing your. Raising. A you could've let scratching your head and thinking. Where's my publicist writing this? Documentary is a great because it's been a film by a company. Get Gun. WHO has the Metro? Giving people wouldn't know me have the chance to get going in the film industry. So when we sat down and chassis with said I was just like he's not dyslexic, but produce, but we have this whole big thing all helping people in that and I thought. Wow, that's moving and this is. One of the things I must keep reminding myself. Is the more I do these things. And more you actually attract the good stuff in society so. An NIMMO failures you get, but also the mall successes. You'd get from so yes, the dictation. Sometimes it helps. Sometimes, it's Yeah. I'd love to be just a person. Have Secretary just talking to me? That is my one of my goals in. One day I will have my secretary. That's not mom. Mum's raising. Say, blessed? I really am. Very lucky. Your story has been so amazing to. Listen to you today Amanda Thank. You so much. Is there anything else you'd like to say before we leave to? Any of allison is out there. Encouraging young dyslexic females in particular to be braved. And males gave into their dreams. Yes, one of the really sobering things! Is that I? Think we're having a higher right to decide young men. On them a dyslexic, which is just horrifying, so that's the worst case scenario. So please don't think of your dislikes as a disability, think of it as an ability, I'm trying concentrate on your strengths I know the world healthy that you have to lend spell right and you have to lead. Get your grandma. You have to do this. You have to do that and you will find when you read my book. The spending mistakes. The GRANDMAS mistakes all all. So nothing has to be perfect and believe in yourself and I know that's difficult I and I have to do every day you had one of my mom's going off which is? Telling me to believe in myself and still the Gremlin swing. And how about seventy taught moment? Allow yourself to given, but never give up, and honestly if I can do it on the biggest the biggest failure, unsuccess- on the planet Scifo launched. Under a need to find. Find help fit your i. e now you'll facebook page and all that kind of stuff if you're not finding who. The People next to you going on to support in the dyslexic well because they'll be apart. are huge amount of people. Will take time to get back to you because it's a little bit and stuff. mean. Suppose. That's what I'd like to say. I'm I'm. Never give you. Do you do how strengths he just talking into well? Thank you so much. It's been such an inspirational podcast I'm feeling really inspired after being locked away three weeks in my house. Thank you. You'd You'll all nothing but success. Definitely my iserns differently Thank you so much for sharing so openly. Your story and role of Allison is at all of Amandus. Fabulous. Soup summation hit. Books will be on our website, so you can follow his story, and if you are planning, did not the trip to Australia are. Hike it yet in bow into way doing because that would be just awesome. Absolutely absolutely, you'll definitely only in botanist. Thank you so much like you said. To Talk to you and you take care during these times and hopefully we can chat again soon. Thank you so much. Thanks so much, revise me. If you'd like to find out more about Manda and her amazing benches head to do DOODOO SLICK DOT com. Amanda was also guest on a series question. Month I interviewed a fellow dyslexic about old things dyslexia in. The question series is running through facebook. Live I really hope you can come along. Join US for one of these sessions. If. You haven't already done so yet. Make sure you sign up to our.

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"amanda harrison" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

Dear Dyslexic Podcast

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"amanda harrison" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

"Say. Not Those in in big bold letters, so that I'm not struggling to read it. All kind of stuff said lots of. Tips and tricks that we've learned outside the box rather than just being told, this is how you learn ABCD. And and just relearning. We actually toss cells how to mine. So that's why, but I think because it goes against because you can get bullying place still, and you can get lost of people. Saying they won't dyslexic. I I made a conscious decision that I thought no. I'm going to go public. I'm going to be dyslexic. Pilots, Things I'll be known as and hopefully that will help the people. And I don't care if people don't won't be because I'm I realize now on very mar mind? Through all kinds of things, dyslexia breast cancer being a woman in a man's world, all Kinda thing. I'm very Mama, and you either it's either you you love dislike me, and so on now concentrating on the people that like me and love me and won't be to succeed. And trying trying. To worry about the blue dislike me. I love that. My my access I come into where you're going with these for those that don't know what my mind is. It's like veggie mind in the Salia. and. Or You And I love that that the comes a point in your life where you can say I'm Mama. You're either GONNA. Let like me or you know. One of the things just like to try and do they always try and work on their weaknesses, and they always try and work whether or not like. An again. That's one of the things that if he if you can sort of Malaysian and go way, you are like on work on your strength. You'll find markets. It'll be interesting to say now that we've moved to this well to working from Harmon, everything is online with. It will be a better place. For us in the workplace where we become more accepted and working buying more deputy how we needed to be so going to be interesting to say over the next coming months. I think it will, because you know I, have my yellow my yellow pages on my on my computer. I can have a night time because he slot gives me yellow screen I. Can you know have the at music playing all kind of stuff? So yeah I think he's going to be very interesting. So you mentioned briefly before that you're writing a book and it's about from failure to success. Canoe share a little bit of Bat Yearbook with us, so the look at the moment is these solo to Darwin Fest Attempt. with will ending having to ship ship their fightback Lou. Having the engine rebuilt, but my first book is. Confessions of Lady Pilots which I didn't actually could, I was dyslexic. And to this day. Because that was the time where I wasn't saying I was just like quite interesting. But I am somehow need to go back and figure out how I could book. In the second edition couple and it wasn't actually. It, wasn't something consciously did, but I realized I unconsciously didn't sort of shout I was dyslexic at that time, but he was a very lighthearted look at being. In a month swelled and flying the Tigers, but she that book as being the stepping to facebook and. The! Solo to win fest, attempt. Has a lot about the breast cancer, because of course when I have breast count said not tried to kill me more than actually. Any kind of. Having an engine five. and. That was actually my biggest point. I around the IS GONNA. Try and kill me then. I definitely need to. somehow. Half, ago at trying from Australia to. From England strenuous, but the and hopefully I'll be saying things about the I am saying about dyslexia in the book as well and it's. Very Much A. This is how I did it. This was you know the flooring side of things? And as as I say when when I do tool, you know you can count on. It's not a thing. Finger, failure and success and failure in suggests is the same coin, and the more you succeed, the more you fail. The more comfortable. You have to become with failure. Isn't. An easy thing to do and I still struggle with every single day. With fighting my the houses typing away that quite loudly. Will. Attached to the high still struggle with the virus on. But it is true. The more you succeed me file and you have to go through the five years to succeed, so it's talked about positive about sequencing Jenny's will. Everybody uses, but is you you? As a say and if you can turn round and learn and go. Why did that fail? And what went wrong and to me the reason I stock Beirut's because it was going to be shut down if I went server, so today was quite good. Stopping point gain. You don't fail in they. WanNa, get shutdown. Going to combat. Time and now we've got. Virus in all of the things getting in the way. Actually it proves that it was the perfect time to do it last year. So we'll, the paper said I failed I go. Yes, but I completed something about my dream. Probably Molding Youtube. And, now have you all to do it so hopefully in this book I I'll definitely be shouting. I'm dyslexic. It will have the dyslexic ability. sort of wet go in the end of as well and at some point on my to do list. I will go back and make sure that I put on his lexus in in the first, but which is confessional lady pilot and everybody loves it because as I said I I spoke. That were more dictated that one and then have translated. On this one I'm doing combination of dictating on writing the same time. Find the dictation was in university I was one of the first people that child dragging dictates sort of Ole. She is going in the Middle Ages, and it was. Somewhat successful in somewhat not because you have to train it to your. Voice new speaking and It's it's technology so therefore it's never going to be as good as somebody translating it so I use a combination of all kinds of things I does. For the first book, I sent away to be translated I actually. Despu it, and then sent away to be timed rather than trying teams a dictation side of things. I find them, Luke, probably fifty percent useful. For me while I use pool is jotting down a lot of notes and jotting down the order of how I want to say it. I do it more as a tool. And then I go back. And tight from those notes, and then try and write bessie sentences from that so but decide the first book if you read the first. Everybody says he's just like sitting down and having a conversation. Insider. I think you'll see a difference between between the two books.

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"amanda harrison" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

Dear Dyslexic Podcast

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"amanda harrison" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

"It was basically the. Arena to. She was the one that I sort. What do I when when I started on this on this? Adventure I thought? What do I want to do this? Because everybody said Oh. The way you get. Sponsorship is to do a charity and do. Taxes but I didn't want to just. Sort of looked like I was doing for those reasons so I decided to do it for different awareness and dyslexic awareness of women in aviation. Breast Cancer Awareness. On stemmed, flushes the signs. Let me get this right. 'CAUSE acronyms across. Science Technology Engineering Mock for as my dad used to send. And I realized that. By doing as because in Beirut they've got massive problem. All people a dyslexia, but there is no. State so too. I think I think they recognize dyslexia but Duncan. How come they don't get any you know sort of. being helped to anything that I so there are people out that doing. A. CIANCI's to help dyslexic. Lynch read on get jobs. On, I thought. Wow. That's amazing thing to do so I'm I'm selfishly slowing. Meyer plane across the world. Doing what I want to do is dream. which is what I always wanted to do, and I've been very lucky to keeping consistent. Make it happen. But if I can then help of the papal on the way. And as I say, it's not to sound the Catholic, but actually it's an amazing thing to do, and it's a humbling to do when when I first. Started in the joke world I went on onto one interview and regarded dot Seo dyslexic. How's that going to affect? You SORTA thing in the world and I said well. I just needed yellow, saying across my computer while we concert ups. And I. Okay, that's interesting Now. Of course, you're not allowed to say that those kind of things. But it made me. Different to me if they are dyslexic. They thought this. Now I'd I'd have the. Virus, you know. It was almost like that they reacted to. You is that the catch is Lexa? Tough you can't have it because it's my ability, so you WANNA. Pursue. DYSLEXIC ASTI snacks. It's real well by the way. Did you know this? Because most of most of the most of the people that run the government's not a normally dyslexic, normally normally the big thinkers dyslexic. Cool, Sentinel Linnea is the big picture people, so we all the People Raking oiled. non-dyslexics. But I had an awful lot bullying at school and I haven't lost. Go back to my parents, my parents wonderful. They were the ones that cat seeking by me. They were the ones that kept instilling me. The if you have this. Learning you will find your strength, and you will find what you like to learn and you will find your your place in life. And, now as I did. I saw. On the DYSLEXIC, dyslexic awareness when Irena came up and gave me the picture and we're still in touch now and. When I have this picture drawn from the dyslexic very nice picture? I said Wow, do you know what is very important? And now throughout this year I had so many people women and men who house. Message me privately and said. On so pleasure during this because I've been dyslexic and I've never told anybody on I've done this not on the list of on the Sun. Money's lexus out by who don't tell anybody and I can understand why because you do get boring and you do get treated. Nice, and you do get people looking differently on is quite tough to be able to stand up and say yes. I'm dyslexic nine. It's an ability not to distancing and if you don't have people that all surrounding you with love. And sort of taking full it on the not quite difficult I'm so basketball. Maybe you nee- now. How this ability to give stock to a bit dyslexic and say look. You don't have to tell the world, but you can tell us and we'll say. That's amazing because the people been contacting me insane. You know I'm. I'm an engineer and I've been. I've been making things for fifteen years I've never told anybody I'm dyslexic me not quieter. Quite amazing thing it sort of. Yeah it really is in my race chunk doing at the moment avenue viewing. Al dyslexia in the number of haven't disgraced the for multiple reasons is it's hard to listen to the stories, and you know the reasons why people don't want to disclose it. That's everything that you just said. So if we're able to the have a voice. In lots of jumps in the NBA. Schmor- will not want me because I'm dyslexic. Because they think it will impede my ability to read a checklist. And I might not lead a checklist perfectly, but neither distant pilot set next means dyslexic. That's why we have checklists. Because none of us reach dots whole point checklist and actually announced A. As a dyslexic Kyla because I have this, the because my brain works in pitches on more spatially aware what's going along, it helps me with on vacation and also out to the big picture so when things go wrong in the airplane. I don't have to. Yes. The checklist is there, but I can also use. Other informed stuff of how opined flies, and what's happening to help that rather than just knows that checklist by heart, but of course. People will people you know there's a whole raft out there? That will just say no. We're not having any dyslexic pilots, but the amount of pilots. Who have told me secretly? They all dyslexic as well. Clinical is Donna saying. So this isn't an this is the whole point i. think it's and the lady to help me at school lights installed. And, she's the one that I should be doing in memory of now. She was very upset throughout the age and again i. go back to the fact that way very linear on computers all linear. A. WE HAVE TO LEARN ABCD and that's how we learn at the moment, whereas before we learnt in pitches. If you go bucket about one hundred years old pictures, and it was all people telling stories, and that's how you learnt so therefore. It's just this point in time that we're having this source of. DYSLEXIA reserve. Is Lab Day. Select you as lazing thing because. You come. To a normally as a dyslexic, you had to think outside the box. Rosie, normally. If if you. If you're successful dyslexic, you will have lots of tips and tricks so I got my yellow Mark Computer. My other hawks zoom bombing. I've got the I've written down at the points that I want to.

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"amanda harrison" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

Dear Dyslexic Podcast

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"amanda harrison" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

"I wish. I haven't read that book. My holidays. Choose! Well, I do think that about the foundation sometimes to joke about winning GONNA end up being outed by my Louis Vuitton Wallet. It's a running joke now combined family. Chea Passion. Well you see. This is one of the good things about was happening because they'll be lots of people wanting to sell. Those requires lots of discount. We re might be who might be good. We might be good. We'll have to exchange when we finally get get out piece of designer. Was it as scary flying solar in an been teach aeroplanes? That's really brave to do that. It looks like it's really brave from somebody from point of view when you don't fly, but it's. I'm not very good mortar and I had to do the cold wet gills to do a every so often. Go and train a make sure you can put life jacket on and get into locked in lots. And I'm not very good at that. And jumping in and put him on often I said to the instructor economic to push me. 'cause I'm just I'm just I'll be stood here for two hours on the side, so I'm scared about kind of thing. So. Again it goes back to your strengths and weaknesses for me. Flying in that tiger moth is peace. It's calm. I'm actually more nervous now. Talking to you in case I make a mistake. Then if I'm up there flying because. I don't want it is my world is mine. At my calmness, it's every time I leave. The ground, I just get feeling of common. Yeah, this is where I belong and I wonder if it's because. You can't be. You can't be contacted. I, wonder if it's because the only thing you can do when you're flying is fun. You can't multitask. You can't do everything else. You can only flown and I wonder if it's also got. The I never bouncer, and I love looking out the window. And therefore I suppose I got nervous, sometimes various things. But because I've been doing this. A long time and a trained lot floor is sounds really weird I. Just felt disappointed on our hard earned jim values. If you working toward the goal if you stay news I mean I've been in the foundation for four and I have big dreams for at such the last fifteen years into out of visualized that goal to work towards it is just amazing. I can say how you'd be disappointed. He landed him diary in. You're on your way to dollond. Yeah, it's I was a combination all the Iranian sort of the Persian Gulf. And the security guys at my office in touch with back here in the UK said you shutdown, and that is when I got scared so I'm not scared flying when they said to me. If you fly down about particular bit of Walter where the drone was shot down where the American drone shut down two weeks later, you'll going to be down. Da I was absolutely petrified for dis stops and ten km Hutton because. I don't want to be shutdown. People, look at me, being brave, but one of the things was actually going with saying dyslexic as a pilot. Because you'll you'll closing the Dole's will various people that don't want. To think dyslexic pilots are not good, so it's it's. Again, it's the strengths and weaknesses and I would. Add unoccupied saying tool the dyslexic software, you know some of your strengths and keep pushing those. And find somebody else to do witness. Like. My mom has everyone who says my mom. Editing, but I just say no. You haven't made any mistakes and you're doing a fabulous. It's. Looking. they're adding the stakes on our podcast. A lot of people said to me Oh. You failed because you only goats Beirut. And I I was planning to go to Australia and of course I was down halted, but Beirut is an amazing place, and they are amazing set of people that they've gone through living more, and they're now struggling law with what's happening at the moment in the world, and they are such an upbeat. Section of the world whereas you know, there's a lot of people now in the hands going on on board, you know kind of like. Really? But so failure and success so lots of people tend to me, said Oh. You failed because like you say you spend fifteen years during the and then you fails. You got to Beirut and I did I did I file. I'm probably the only person that's type them off down the old pass, which is through the call Pathein mountains, and it was a blue sky days the little white clouds on these mountains, heavy snow on the top them, and there was a person that came formation with me. PRUNES ME flying down here. It was one of the most beautiful sceneries the scenes. Lou Calm and it was lovely. Out To amazing I've done you know son across the Mediterranean twice now by myself in Tiger in seventy five year old airplanes and yes I didn't make it at this attempt all the way down to Australia. But I will do and the the the amazing things that's come out of it so one of the things that we've ended up speaking about this so when I landed Cebu in Romania. which wasn't a place where amy jumps, did but I've been invited to go to. There was a guest on the event was terrible. 'cause awaits bonds, but sometimes. And one of the people contact me before facebook and said my daughter's dyslexic. She's struggling. She would love to. She's join your pitcher. To meet you and present angles pitcher without I'm I'm even getting Io's get emotional office Irena dream. It is absolutely wonderful picture of me in the Tightwad I'll send it to you. And she presented me this picture and she's a dyslexic. Oh, who's struggling at the moment and I feel while. When not spoken to the people who've done these kinds of things I, said you suddenly realize, and your one of these people you all making a difference. And that is incredibly humbling on incredibly. Brilliant thing to do so. Yes, I might have failed in the I didn't get to strata, but my God. I failed so spectacularly on Meyer chain one person's life. She might go onto delete that she can succeeding ever. She wants to do just because we met on. How is that failure? And that's the whole point of being able to share stories like Euler suicide. People can say that he'd the Meta. What background will how much money of go to how much money giant a with the new school whether you didn't that? You can change something if you yes if you want to. If it's there for you and you can visualize it like fifteen years Yes, we can achieve. Amazing things in our lives, and your story is just so fascinating to be able to share, and it was interesting before when you said that it was hot as disclosing that you would dyslexic. and. You thought that was the brave. Can you show at this a little bit about what was lacking of why you.

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"amanda harrison" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

Dear Dyslexic Podcast

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"amanda harrison" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

"Fine so I always books down, and just read them in full grace, and then I read a book about an Johnson's and amy. Johnson titled She didn't have massive amounts of money. She had a second on the airplane. She got sponsorship although I seem to file fail. Sponsorship side of things very obvious. Chance trying to fly a plane and I've had for my. I? Don't see what one person at a digress resort is still won't I went into a meeting and I said wow, fantastic presentation, but Monday. Your seems just do it, so we let you just do it analyst. What but yes, I read about any Johnson on suddenly. This woman who came from A. Secretarial background. She was a secretary shouldn't went on the be legal secretary, and she just fallen in love with flying. Absolutely you loved it and became an engineer. Like my dad's at my. Airplane engineer an engineer. And I suddenly so. She was an Mary woman. I'm an ordinary woman and she just did an extraordinary thing. Maybe I could do a little bit of an extraordinary things on I seriously. That was it I read the book and I went. ooh, how could I do that? And I went back to chunking it. Okay, so how do you get sponsorship? How'd you get an Air Crane? Planet. How'd you get permission to fly? Because in those days, you didn't actually have to have a law commissions any aspects you just flew across countries and I went to speak to a couple of people had done it very very kind gave me that knowledge people like them. Varsha who flew down to straightest go twice round the world once round the middle, and then once she tried and attempted Paul Paul. And I went to speak told these people and I realized actually money. Yes, you. You didn't need bunny and I all of my money at it. Which is why I sit here and a jumper? This got holes in it. Actually what you? What you really need is a passion and assistance for it. And I'm nothing special. I absolutely assure you that I am nothing. There's no magic to me. It's cool Churchill blood, sweat and tears, and that all is it's just I went. That's what I want to do. That's what I'm. GonNa do I'M GONNA put one foot in front of the every single day to try and make that happen. And that an amy did she did that and she. Was this amazing person of how she did, and she did it in shorter time. The may she didn't in this basin. Six months is thinking they fifteen? Trump when I read the an and she did in one thousand nine days, and I only got to Beirut in Nineteen Thought was quite quite spooky rainy, but some when to stop by, but that was what is, so. She motivated me because she wasn't. She wasn't anything special, and she didn't have masses of money behind it, which proves. And I'm sign. It proves that people like you me us..

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"amanda harrison" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

Dear Dyslexic Podcast

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"amanda harrison" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

"On the flying and the side of things so one of the things I would say ignace. Try and figure out how how you individually as dyslexic learn. Do you learn visually the only older, or do you learn by physically feeling? Things because you cannot see physically. Make the alphabet to get in your brain better, so you need to know how how you actually. Best yet the information in the soon as you learn a-. view then go buy if I learn visually ninety tree on youtube videos on. This sort of one of those little sort of tricks, but you don't get taught school and you don't get taught Ryan workplace because of course workplace, you'll hundred be manual or your hundred, the manual on the computer and I've got lots of manual street on the computer on them. To do. You say the verbal instruction. This is the map because I can't either so at. Higher able to read maps is. Really interesting because I used to have to get it at school and I couldn't even tell you which way north. South East or West was little and how to read a map to had advocate in the air. You May as easier because so. You're looking at compass, which is a visual clue. You'll not having to read. Signposts you're not having to. As you're driving along you not having to read, you're just looking at a visual cue. At northeast southwest so the thing. And, you know me going straight lines. You don't have to go roundabouts. You don't have to do a left time to do it right to me going straight lines and the. On the chop often fits the. Should fit the ground if you're not lost. A little bit of a different thing when you when you're going crossing the Detroit. But. But that's when you just follow the compass and you just follow that. At that line, and of course, Google. Now is amazing because you can look glass, and that's how you can see charts, but this is what I was saying about. How how you learn because. It is true that's? A loss of women's brains don't operate at. Cont assimilate charts countless simulate maps. because. They have a a more nurturing side of things. And I possibly don't have. The massive nurturing side of things, but have a bigger. Capacity to read a map or chart, and again it goes back to what she learning. What you'll what your strengths are and concentrating on those rather than trying to do your weaknesses, so you'll strength is east. Put people together. You've built this amazing thing where people can access where to get information and how to help themselves, so your your I would say your thing is connection. You can connect to people, and you can talk very articulate. And Daschle Dot is one of your biggest strengths so I wouldn't. I wouldn't learn the U.. Mass. Yeah well I wouldn't worry about. Not Thank God for Google maps and every I talk about these podcast. And I still struggle with Giggle Matt's because when it tells you there, I still can't find where that is I know I'm really the location, thus because Google maps works in think it works to the newest thirty odds because it uses guests, so gps only works to the nearest. Yards I'm talking I'm talking. Only works to the nearest three or four meters? So if you'll so what happened and this is where we have a whole generation that she can't lead laugh all over your child, so they rely on the GPS, and they don't stunned that the GP so you'll gps coordinates can be three or four meters. All you'll google chart can be three or four meters off so and the postcode. Direction can also be slightly also because it hasn't got exactly. Where is so therefore you can be? When it says you've arrived, you can be actually half a mile away from where I note because anything you've done, but because you don't realize the the combination of the GPS, and where it saying is on on the actual CIA to where it is can be completely different. Where is actually? Thing now I. Just. Walk around in sick and it's going. Where is displaced and normally the chairman, because I'm going to get a message or get my nails done? Read somewhere like that that I have not going to give up, but it frustrates me and now I know why I said thank you. Yeah, it's it's one of the one of the things to do. That is to say that Sophie from us to say right. Where's the biggest shop and worked back from the biggest shop so say? Is there a TESCO's all something that I can find because TESCO's is normally because it's bigger area, you can find that that will actually coincide. The GPS is on the map. Where's the Massad? Paces? Don't normally normally can be two or three streets away from where they think they all in the marks. So you can often say whereas the TESCO's and then when the TESCO's which way do I walk from that and draw draw yourself. Little Map went when they told him so you you joyal self a little amount because I do not achieve I do tons of it. You should see how prepared for this interview of your questions for selects it. Being up I've got my house how to attach to a protest. Well I. Ll say for Alison that during the stray TESCO's is like a Kohl's. No. That's okay. This podcast listen to Sean but full. looseness I love a good test scores when I used to live in the UK. So, that's a good tip. Thank you and one of the important things. Is You as a dyslexic? You instantly Goto blaming yourself that you're the one who's wrong. And, that's what we dislikes over time and I do all the time on my behalf picnic. It 'cause we automatically a shoe that we are wrong, because we dyslexic because we've been trained by the media I'm biological system at the moment. That dyslexic always wrong. Actually. Most of the time. I would say we know. Elect that. Thank you now. I definitely know I'm not wrong google. You talk to us a little bit about. chunking before and you've got your license pilot lasts, and then you decided to Fuller in the footsteps of Ami Johnson. Who is a true aviation here from the UK and she flew solar. In London three to die so. How did you end up becoming inspired by her to follow her footsteps in the air as such So I started reading. I am an avid reader, but I read a lot of I struggle with all of the manuals that want to block but I do read a lot to old books, and of course the books on sort of yellow paper, so I started reading and I had flight in a tunnel. Which is the airplane the I line? my my how to fly on years and years and years ago and I fell in love with it. So What did these airplanes do? And I found out that they worked in the wool to try and pilots, and then I found out between one and two. There was a lease mad, wrote people flying around the world in these. paper-thin aeroplanes made out I stop become, would and they were. Discovering that you could fly all around the world and they did amazing adventures. But the ones that I was reading about always started with. Lady! Not, Bruce Nate Mary. He said are essential. The Duchess and I feel okay. That's.

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"amanda harrison" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

Dear Dyslexic Podcast

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"amanda harrison" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

"And that was it really and all I've been doing is doing the next step, so wanna find out was dyslexic. I thought well I'll try to do my exams. Then I thought well I'll try to college then. I thought I'll. I'll try to do university and I thought we'll try to get my pilot's license us, so I'll try to get my commercialized and then. I'll try to fly to Australia in the topic. And that's. Just do the next step, but people see as a baked thing I know I'm just I'm just doing the next step. In that the moment the next step is is finishing the book. this old writes down in the post. Attend I'm finishing the documentary Solo Saddam but both of those statements if you'd said to be I going to say those statements. Years ago. I've been laughing. At! Um You've chunked up ally into different. Different as stages, which dyslexic piglets West we, it's a really good strategy for us. If we chunk things can kind of. Break it down then you take the next the next activity. You and break it down. So that's amazing how you're able to chunk, but you know work towards your goal because that was a big O. had. Studying is it was interesting because I'd like to come back to baton disability versus the ability later on? But how did you go with studying? Did you feel it was a disability? Then? No, because I did distance learning studying which. I often say I don't recommend. That's people but I probably would to a dyslexic, because you can learn your way, and of course now with the Internet and only amazing videos outlast so videos is one of the things that I disliked Ciller and really really quickly and really get the information across the Books when I was studying for my commercialism. Was Really Lucky again because my dad took a long took a lot of time to help me, my mom was going through counseling time so I was up looking after my mom with breast cancer, and I was studying for my exams as well with my job and he was helping me. It's not think of going. Don't try and eat. Eat eat the whole thing you you take it you. Don't try time the nonce in all at once you take on steps. do one thing and take one step and do one little thing. ACETATE. It right say right. I'm going to read this amounts of stuff today and I have Little phrase that semi course the Ecole seven o'clock moments so when I studying when Mamas, as say going accounts I, I get to seven o'clock in the evening, and not be closing the books and going account. I'm never going to be able to learn this stuff. Remember all comes. In? And it was all account accountemps com among. Seven o'clock when I go to talk about and she go seven o'clock evening. I think it's time to close the books. How something to eat and forget about it and? So one of the things that my big man tourist. Allow yourself to give in. But don't ever give up so when you've reached the point where you can't do it, and you can't think about set dots your seven o'clock moment and you need to switch off and go geno. I need to give in now. For the rest of the day or the rest of the week will the rest of the Allah. And come back to it. When I'm when I've got a little bit more capacity. Atlanta's. Down to shoot that community. Yeah the seventy and lots of people have different things, but seven o'clock on an. Told loads of people now, and not she. And I go yeah, you'll having a seven o'clock mums. That on my wall as well when I'm starting a little tantrum. This anymore. Well, I'm having a lot. Seven o'clock moments writing. Because, it's not. dictating. The dictating machine doesn't say what I'm saying and. Interesting hiding it so main speaking to some of the dyslexic people lightly and they have. Gone through online learning and have said how wonderful it is. That's how I got a qualifications as well long distance. and. Two other people that are dyslexic and they worry because I don't have that high status and someone to sit with them and. Support them. You find native. Did you get any support when you were at university in accommodation? I do declare your dyslexic disclose. I did I declare the all the way through because I was because I found out at school, so I had helped, recall college, and I had helped reinvesting in university I had. Kweisi loss of help with. Things like organization and how I was going to work and how I was going to do that had extra time in exams of goals, but I did a lot of my degree strangely enough was in creative arts, so wasn't actually a lot of exams and lots of it was making stuff on reducing stuff. But Did she do a dissertation so I suppose that was listening Mark First Book, but a lot about was broken down and again it's not chunking thing of breaking it down, and the loss of online courses out by the do actually offer. Help to one on sky blue. or about kind of you know over media's on a lot of people. Don't take out, so you're allowed so many hours to discuss with people I would say is don't take the full hour. Break it down and say. Can I have twenty minutes? Can I have off now and discuss one particular problem? That I'm worried about so that you'll not trying to for everything into into an hour. You'll doing smaller chunks I, think dyslexic. Batta when they do smaller chunks, I can often often and set right something for twenty minutes and reading. Route Nine Golf team and combined. If you strut my backside to the chassis for five hours won't be productive I'm one of the one of the things in my courses. Learn how you learn. So, one of the difficult things in our world at the moment as is linear. So we have to learn left to right or right to left whichever way you'll written languages, but it's linear. Everything cares ABC, d., or as dyslexic. Don't learn not life dyslexic span. Why said the? And then they put together, and we can Austin if you look at dyslexic branding begun to the science that we make a cup of tea and buried Wade's throughout the day. Because our brain connection makeup, eighteen in different ways just needs the tools, whereas most people will have to make a cup of tea and executive timely. And I not take it down to base. It's not making any. When you start to look how you. So I learn visually I learned through connecting with people. One of my biggest things I cannot learn is when somebody's talking to me, so I actually cost I love listening to them and they great. Often I can go away and not have a clue about what was actually said. It also so so do this Dr Instructions. People say t right. It's down the road, ten left and right, and then over the roundabout, and then take the next last. On. You've lost me. Because it's a, it's a verbal instruction. A my brain doesn't work like my brain has look a map. Which is why its good flying? And that is.

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"amanda harrison" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

Dear Dyslexic Podcast

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"amanda harrison" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

"Today I'm speaking with Amanda Harrison who is an experienced pilot with a demonstrated history of working the aviation industry in May, two thousand and nineteen, a man pay tribute to amy. Johnson, who is a true aviation hearer. By flying in her footsteps, attempting to fly Solo from London UK through to Dow in Australia, she was flying in vintage Tigar moth. It was her first major adventure since being diagnosed with breast cancer in two thousand seventeen, which meant she had to have treatments surgeries, but most importantly in two thousand eighteen time to heal. I really enjoyed chatting with Amanda. Let's listen to her courageous story. Thank you so much for coming on the Sherry the saving your morning Amanda. Hello Jay. How're you very well, thank you. How are you going over in lovely? England It's a it's a very strange time for everybody. Isn't there some an Ecorse for pilots where a bit ground fever, because we'd normally in the in the sky, and the weather has been absolutely beautiful so I I think the somebody up there sort of. Looking down on us and laughing, but yes it. At the moment I'm well on my arm. Wrestle well, which is the most important thing that's good to hear in this. Crazy world. We're currently liberty municipal government. We've been lucky to have beautiful with to actually so we've been able to at least get outside and have A. Bit of exercise were allowed to have at the moment. You've you've had you know you've got the list of the stating fires and everything, don't you? So this is just. On top of everything to SORTA. Devastate economy. Kinds of things over that. Yes, we've had FIS floods and now the clarence has not been stopped to the youthful. Any event fellow Australians but. Everyone seems pretty well considering I think we're really lucky to have a government that some able to financially support cable during this time. Yes I've been following you for quite a while now. Social Media and will the amazing achievement you've. Accomplished, I should say. leased. From flying from Australia from England to Australia is a massive. Accomplishment which account told you about and also surviving cancer as well so at a great team that your feeling well at the moment. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and? Your journey to. Get into the industry than to fly from two Stralia in two thousand eighteen. Yes, I didn't get to a straight. I got to Beirut, but my plan was to get all the way to Australia, and I'll be doing second attempt at some point before I die as. He says. Barring KARENNA virus happening. I started flying. Very normally. Normal, family. My data is was amazing person. And he's the person that I have only where I get mine. From, he never lost his love for learning. And when I look back at it. He was probably where I got the dyslexia on. And also my granddad was left handed, and he had problems a reading and writing so I probably got him as well, but my daughter's just amazing person that would be enthusiastic about so many things on aviation was his love. He was an engineer by training. But. He built remote control models. A my earliest memories are being dragged around Sochi fields, picking up bits of crushed models as they are, says beautiful moderate. He'd spent months making. Took about twelve seconds to crush spectacularly into the ground when we sent round picking up the bits and the same this woods of. Don't tell you mother. This came out. But this is where I got my love for. Flying and I took my i. Had My first flight at the age of fourteen. The holiday. And as I lifted off from the ground, it's. The only way to describe it is what is what is your passions? If you'll passion, singing, or cooking or doing, you know anything else then. What my functionalist I left the ground, and suddenly I felt like I belonged in the air. And doubtless. That was when I feel. How Earth do do this as a living. which took a huge amount on doctorates, but going back a little bit. I was discovered as dyslexia. When I was in primary school, I was having a very very horrible time in primary school. The teacher was bullying me. Never mind about our kids believe me and. They He didn't believe in anything like that and my. We didn't even know dyslexia existed at point, and there was a fantastic lady pulling, so we went along to listen to. Sort of talks to to show about dyslexia a moment, not sit and I was tested and I was found that I was dyslexic and had high intelligence. You sold me under around. Forbid you? When you first knowing that you'll dyslexic so then by have the teacher going through secondary school with being tested or the advantage or disadvantage. You look back and you think was good. Nothing's and it wasn't until I actually got to college that I really started to love learning. my mom and dad helped me learn to read and I fell in love with reading old-fashioned novel books. That were yellow paper. Because Watson Block is often very difficult for dyslexic to read, so then found a love learning. And that's then what sort of me more and I. Suddenly realized was life outside of school, and there was like outside of. Being this as as people want to call you this sick dyslexic, and actually dyslexia has abilities. Bought more than disabilities which his. Warsaw now on a mission, the rest of my life today, but yes, so I grew up. It was a very traditional going out. I was never going to be a commercial pilot because it didn't have the money didn't have the intelligence. That's what I thought. I was in a normal job was in an office job wasn't doing sticky well, it must admit. Because it's an office job. Always always getting told off looking out the window, and always getting told off laughing, making people law. Without an interesting thing in this in this situation, people are actually quite happy about that job. Just ended a bit like now. We tend to kind of light. Collect your stuff. See later I. WAS A had learned to fly private airplanes. And at that point I went and said Oh I'd I'm GonNa have to give up the flying. On one of the instructor sat down and.

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"amanda harrison" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"amanda harrison" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Seven nights of primetime America this is a great deal with the best music that's what it says here whether or not another day in the life almost fifty years Chicago institution mobster Robert lives here three people are charged in the murder of a security guard over a disagreement about a facemask happened Friday at a family dollar store in flint Michigan Calvin Munnerlyn was working as a security guard at the store told a woman that her daughter need to be wearing a mask the woman left the store and came back with her husband and son witnesses say then shot marlin head woman's been arrested but her husband and son of not been caught police in Holly Michigan are looking for a man to wipe his nose on a dollar tree store clerk can see from the security video the man walking the store without a mask or filled in we need to be wearing them and you responded by saying all use this is a masterwork is nose on her shirt witnesses say he then was disruptive and left the store a mother tells us her story about being hospitalized with Copa nineteen INR scare teenage daughter left at home to fend for herself with her teacher expense sixteen days in northwestern Memorial Hospital she's in her sixties with diabetes and high blood pressure and she feared that Copa nineteen was a death sentence but she pulled through with some help from friends so that her daughter a livia who had to ride out the crisis at home she basically had to function on her own and she did so for two weeks she had people dropping off groceries and checking in on her I'm starting to tear up every time I think about it I I'm so proud of her I'm really glad that I taught her how to do laundry when she was twelve and how to make breakfast lunch and dinners Victoria says she benefited from the knowledge of doctors gain from a previous patient and her reward was this picture of the reunion of the Tory and her daughter on the day she went home a suburban I wear shop is providing prescription goggles to health care workers for free during the pandemic as goggles normally costs about two hundred eighty dollars a pair the team at main street optical increase so they want to do something to help those in the front lines the pandemic soon word about the offering got around to workers like registered nurse Amanda Harrison orders started pouring in Katie Sylvester and her husband have made close to five hundred pairs of the glasses so far for the fourth time Chicago chefs and swept the nominations for best chef in the James beard awards the six nominees up for best chef Great Lakes region honors our gene Kato taro this Hammel Lula cafe Orioles and Noah Sandoval John Shiels in Karen Urie shields from Smith plus Eric Williams from virtue and Boca's lead role in the wards were supposed to be handed out last night was cancelled and the pandemic the winner will be announced September twenty fifth during online ceremony this officer was shocked to see who was driving an S. U. V. that he pulled over Hey the answers by the board driving about thirty miles per hour on the freeway in Utah the bottom over from the father barely able to reach the pedal live at this is the five boy got into a fight with his mom and she said she wouldn't buy him the Lambeth all of it was just the one buying a Lamborghini what three dollars in his pocket to fifteen to drop off we drove for about five minutes before being pulled over fortunately no one was hurt there are more questions yeah this is what I do is does a pretty busy roadway what was I know we have the this crisis some some people even use wearing their not safe awful citizen I mean I think it's a you know you don't get your Lamborghini I'm still there I thought I wanted more than Hey.

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"amanda harrison" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"amanda harrison" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Laura and reads law which will sentence anyone found guilty of killing a pregnant woman to up to ten years behind bars on top of whatever they have to serve for murder. The Bill is named after Howard county teacher. Laurel Wallin was killed by our boyfriend Tyler Tessier, while she was pregnant with their son read, another Bill, the governor will be signing. Tomorrow raises the legal age for buying tobacco in Maryland, including vaping supplies from eighteen to twenty one. A man from Columbia has been arrested and charged with a gruesome attack on to people that police say he didn't know twenty two year old Wilson or Lemus is charged with murder and attempted murder for allegedly beating thirty six year old Amanda Harrison, forty two year old William Webb with. A bat after entering their apartment through an unlocked window last week Harris died web now is in critical condition heads up if you normally take the George Washington Parkway to work that sinkhole is at both of the Parkway's northbound lanes closed from chain bridge road to the beltway since Friday and the National Park Service now says oh remain closed. So at least the morning rush. Tomorrow the park service's hoping to open one northbound lane by tomorrow afternoon. But that all depends on how much work they can get done in the rain to stabilize the ten foot sinkhole with the break mistakes less than a week away. It doesn't look like workers at Pimlico race course will be going out on strike, the Maryland jockey club and its employees at Pimlico race course and other tracks agreed in principle to a new contract. WMA L news time four oh. Four years. You're WMA L, traffic.

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"amanda harrison" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"amanda harrison" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Com county police hoping a five thousand dollar war can help them solve a murder Reese went to an apartment on spiral. Cut in Columbia yesterday to check on the people who live there after a family member called concerned, we found a woman who was already deceased and a man who was severely injured and was transported to shock trauma. Thirty six year old Amanda Harrison, forty two year old William webs, injuries appear to be caused by blunt force trauma, beliefs don't know who is behind the attack or whether a suspect in this case or suspects new or did not know victims. They do know the apartments door was locked when they got there have Kurna sound. I may Allen WMA L dot com. Sending a strong message to a Ron and deploying an aircraft carrier strike group to the region. So what you can take away from all of this is that they are sending a very public. Message of deterrence that if the Iranians are indeed planning some sort of attack that there will be overwhelming US military force that that should deter them that they cannot succeed that the US will strike against them and not allow an attack to go forward. Correspondent Barbara Starr, Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei, lamb froth and secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, discussing Venezuela. Another world affairs in a meeting in Finland today after meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov Medeiros farm minister who took questions from reporters don't put it. But but get us in. He said they're ready for any scenario, but the PLO Masih dialogue and peace. I said they are ready to resist the fight and conquer he said, they don't want to see this scenario unfold. But history shows that the United States. Is inclined to intervene militarily Latin American countries and they're ready for that. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. The owner of maximum security says the horse will not run in the Preakness and will appeal his disqualification as the Kentucky Derby winner, Gary west, and there's really no need not having an opportunity to run for the triple crown to run a horse back in two weeks. Print -tarian is wife Meghan, the duchess of sucks. Knicks are now parents..

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