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"becky x" Discussed on NFL Live
"It's funny you say that because especially last year when there was so little to do because of COVID, I ended up having a lot of dinner parties in the backyard where we could have people sit kind of distanced. And my husband always said, why don't we just order something? It takes you all day to cook. And I'm like, no, no, I like that, because if I decide that this is a day I'm going to spend cooking then I literally can't do anything else. I can't feel like I need to clean. I can't feel like I need to do work or listen to a podcast about sports or watch a game, like I've just allowed myself that time to listen to music and do something else that isn't work. And I think a lot of people, that's what it is. It's just what's the best way to shut everything off. And you can't really multitask when you're cooking because things will go terribly wrong. So badly things will burn things will be forgotten. Well, I love that you guys have a little text thread running to keep to keep Laura from burning down the house. Jess, I love she's good. I have a brother in law who's obsessed with his various kinds of meat and let me try to smoke this and let me try to do this. So, you know, I might be reaching out next time he's got an important question. But it was great to talk to both of you and I love this connection that was made through academy where now you've got you've got each other to rely on for college football news and the best smoking techniques. It was a fun conversation. And I might just have to try some hardcore carnivore on some seitan or some tofu. We'll see. It's so good. I can vouch for it. It's amazing. It makes a huge difference. I'm putting it on everything. I've got that text back, we put it in. Oh, well, let's sign her up as a spokesperson. She said it's amazing. I put it on everything. I'm sauteing mushrooms right now. Oh my God, you're insane. That's what she said. Another fantastic pod love talking to these ladies. You can always tweet me at Sarah Spain if you've got guest suggestions, questions or more. Thanks as always for lasting about an hour with me. That's what she.
"becky x" Discussed on NFL Live
"Yeah, one more thing. So this is a place for rants, raves, whatever's on my mind, something you should read something you should watch something you should listen to. And of course, this week, it's another podcast here. Two more amazing guests that are tacked onto the end of this one thanks to academy. So first, listen to the Spanish inquisition with Becky Hammond, then the bonus pod. Listen after the inquisition for my conversation with two more super badass ladies, ESPN's own lower Rutledge, and just trials who's a live fire cook and author and the creator of hardcore carnivore spices and rubs. But first, Becky, okay, well we're running out of time here, which means you do have to do the one thing that everybody does and nobody expects. And they expect to kind of Spanish inquisition. Nobody expects.
"becky x" Discussed on NFL Live
"I mean, it's always, I don't care who you are. This is genderless. You walk into a film room with Greg Popovich. And Tony Parker, and you're going to sit up there and give them a scouting report. They've been doing this for 20 plus years. Like, you know, so I think there was a real for me, basketball's basketball I could sit there and tell you how to break down a pick and roll, but for me, it was really learning the league, learning our guys and really getting knowledgeable about what coaches do what, this coach likes this kind of style or this player. And you know, as a WNBA player, obviously, I watched the NBA. But, you know, I didn't know who number 12, 13, 14 was. On the bench in what they did in their strength. So to me, it was a whirlwind of vocabulary terminology. Because that's not, again, that's a genderless thing that has to do with this team might call it this and this team calls it this and just learning the lingo. So that first year, I felt like my head was just spinning with names constantly and it was like, oh, you're an idiot. You can't remember. Well, it's because I've just had an influx of 200 names of players and coaches that I had had no interaction with. And so trying to learn that my first year and like I said, I don't care who you are. You walk in and Tim Duncan sitting there and you're like, I'm listening to Tim. You give me the goat..
"becky x" Discussed on NFL Live
"That's what she said. If you love this podcast, please go to the iTunes or podcast app and follow rate and review this podcast. A lot of people ask how to do that. Basically, the best way to do it is either go to the app on your phone if you already have it or you can Google that's what she said with Sarah Spain podcast. Go to iTunes and when you scroll down, it'll give you the opportunity there to write it with stars, give a review, like Lola, one three four one 9 who wrote Sarah is one of the best interviewers, she gets the best out of people and doesn't tip to around any issue she takes the crap that people dish out on social media and she blows past him. She's a pit bull and animal advocate whoever is in her circle of family friends and coworkers are all better because of it. I'm inspired by just being a fan. Lola, that is the nicest. Thank you so much. And also shout out to pity's, yes. We've currently got another one in the house that we're taking care of for a while. A 50 pound man child with absolutely no training in addition to our three pities. Well, mixes that we already have. But shout out to all of them. And thanks for the nice note. Okay, let's get to my first guest who I am thrilled to have on as she doesn't do a lot of interviews. So thank you academy for the hookup. It's the incredible Becky Hammond, a three time all American basketball player for the Colorado state rams turned into a liberty and San Antonio stars WNBA star. Recently named the W 25 AKA the greatest 25 WNBA players of all time. Currently an assistant coach for the San Antonio spurs. She has earned many firsts. First female full-time assistant coach in NBA history. First female full-time assistant coach in any of the four major men's professional sports in North America. First woman to be a head coach in the NBA. Summer league. And during the 2020 season, the first female acting head coach in NBA history after spurs head coach Gregg Popovich was ejected in a game..
Kristen Bell and Jackie Tohn Discuss Their Amazon Prime Preschool Series Do, Re & Mi
"I'm so excited to talk about how this even relate to your show because one of the probably most popular videos on my instagram actually has to do with when our kids are in really tricky moments. How everyone's like. Well what do i say. What do i do. And they feel are tone and are kind of connection and even they feel song way before they process words that we have to get their body back to a place of feeling safe. So i i always end up making up songs with my own kids and that idea for parents have. Oh i don't need to get the script right but maybe even song can help me. Regulate itself is is so powerful knocking off out there. I mean that was the impetus for this show is knowing how important music is. It's the reason why we all know. What baby mozart is. Why they say oh. Put it on your belly. It in music changes. Your brain can put you in a different mood. It can grow the neuro plasticity of your brain like there are studies that tell us that kids get better at math than that. Their social skills when they're exposed to music music education the goal. Jackie had this idea with our friend. Michael they brought it over to my living room as a guinea pig. Tester for my kids. Like hey. They looked at my little girl. They were like you like these images. You respond to these songs. And i said what are you doing. They were like well. We're trying to develop a kids show because music. Education is being cut in all public schools right now and my kids go to public school and i was like i. I want them to get as much music education as possible. Because i wouldn't be here without a music. Education sincerely would not have become an actor. It's how i discovered acting. And i have such a profound respect for it and developing the show. It's jackie labels it a sneak. Teach which i love that term. It's an original animated series in. It's it's entertaining but it's also teaching your kids music theory and emotional lesson a musical genre. All in one and like some of my greatest mom moments are when like my kids are begging us. My phone and i need to succumb to that. But i've found a puzzle game where they have to spell and i handed to them with like a sly smile face knowing they're getting educated and the apps that go along with dorian me will be that because they will be able to make music and they will be growing their brains which is really
Why States Are Sending Transgender Athletes to the Sidelines
"Katie barnes can you tell me a little bit about becky pepper jackson. Becky is an eleven year old girl. Who loves to run with her family. Favorite sport cross country. And the reason why i love it so much is because my whole family have always done it most nights especially in the summer they go out and run a mile together in through the rolling hills of the west virginia countryside. You remember the first time you ever ran for a long time Running with my mom when she was on the stroller. When i was in the stroller now troy and becky's just like every other kid except she's transgender heading into sixth grades. The first time she'd be able to run cross country for her school. She really wanted to join the team. But west virginia passed a law. That would have made it impossible for her to do so. A bill moving through the west virginia house would place new restrictions on transgender student. Athletes kabila supporters believe transgender athletes. Have an unfair advantage over non transgender athletes and so her mom and becky sued in order to get the right for her to run cross country with her peers. This is all stemming from a transgender student here in harrison county that wanted to run on her middle school cross country team. The american civil liberties union filed a lawsuit on her behalf. Mbeki's the only young transgender person who is faced with this issue. It's a sippy is poised to ban transgender athletes from competing in women's sports in schools and universities florida. Girls are gonna play girls sports in boys. You're going to play voice sports. That's what we're doing at least twenty four states at least twenty five states at least twenty-six states have now introduced similar. Bill's over sixty bills targeting trans youth. Specifically
The Importance of Pretend Play and Fantasy for Kids
"Really kind of raising topic that i think is so important. Because you're talking about pretend play and fantasy and the role that pretend play has for kids exploring different identities different feelings different experiences and then you're also highlighting okay. I see that. But where's the line between pretend play and kind of a flat out lie. Is there a line at all. And what do i do so a couple big ideas that i think we can use as a foundation. The line between fantasy and reality is not as clear for kids as it is for adults. I think you. And i know there's no way you saw komodo dragon i think you and i know there's no way you could have even gotten to the store on your own. Forget even buying candy are reality kicks in so quickly as adults and there's somewhat of a benefit to this right. We're all very in touch with what's actually real in front of us. And i think actually if we all pause there's something we really lose by the time or adults which is the ability to kind of really wrapped up into a world of wonder and imagination. I think it would benefit you to just kind of look at your son with awe right in terms of. Wow you've really can get wrapped up in this whole other world. The other thing that's really important to remember about kids. Is that kids. Learn in play. This is their workspace for life. This is where they can figure out how brave they can be. This is where they can express different parts of themselves. This is where they can kind of push the limits kids who pushed the limits in play. Fantasy tend not to push the limits as often with a sibling or on the playground with the friend because they have a safer space. And so what i hear from you is a kid who's exploring so many things in the exact medium. We've kind of want a kid to explore in the safety and limitless -ness of play.
Vegas Raiders Cut Down Roster to Initial 53-Man Roster
"Get right to it sam. The raiders cut their roster down to fifty three. It's not etched in stone whatsoever. There's going to be a lot of moves. I think made over the next forty eight hours but any surprises regarding what What we saw today. How you doing great work today. Greg today becky over. A number of those moves broke several of those transactions. Great work as always. We appreciate it for me biggest surprise. I don't think there's a ton of surprises. You take a look at the roster in for the most part guys that we expect it to make the team guys that had prominent roles in training camp guys that we expect to have. Prominent role season are on the team The one surprise to me. And i guess it's not too much surprise when you contextualize training camp and how everything went through the preseason Brown three years removed from the one thousand yard season. You figure you know his speed. His veteran presence could play a factor there that receiving core. But it goes to show you that. The raiders have a lot of faith in henry rugs in bryan edwards to take a step forward in hunter renfro to continue to be a productive sought receiver and and felt it was. It was a mutually beneficial. John brown asked for his release. I expected to be a market for him with the raiders. Feel good about where they are at receiver. So that was the biggest surprise for people for the most part this roster looks how i expected it to look at this point of the season. What about you. What did you think. Yeah and As it relates to john brown zeta-jones also continues To to emerge as a guy that the raiders value as a reserve player maybe even as a spot starter. There's a lot of value in zeta-jones that goes obviously the numbers because he really hasn't put the numbers up but there's a chemistry that he has with dr carr. There's also an understanding now going into year. Three in this offense of what the raiders are doing so Not a bad option to have that deep down on under depth chart. It'll be interesting to see what some of these younger wide receivers Dita turner and dylan. Stoner who did get cut. Whether they're brought back in some capacity. Very lisa i would think both would be on the practice squad. And who knows maybe one could end up. On the on the regular season roster fifty three man roster
Holding Boundaries in Transitions With Outschool CEO Amir Nathoo
"One of the things. I think for so many of us holding a boundary when our kids are upset especially when we're we know i'm kind of an empathic person i do really care about how you're feeling is really reminding ourselves kind of it goes back to boundaries but whose feelings are who's right like he's sad and that sadness is something i care about but it's not my sadness right. That's he's upset and he is in some ways learning to deal with feelings that come up when someone you love separates right and i'm sure one day when he's older he has some really meaningful relationship and that person moves across the country which would be a different form of separation. You'd say yeah. That would be pretty normal that he felt sad right and we want to teach our kids during these years. Of course you have these feelings. And i know for me when i get back to my room where i'm doing my meeting and i still hear my son crying. It's never easy. It's not the most pleasant part of my day by any means but being able to put my feet on the ground and just saying everyone did their job here okay. he's still crying. That's that's kind of. That's on him that's him. He's doing his job. I did my part. This is a job. Well done right. And i'm asked to in school. Sometimes you've job you do a job well done but still it might not feel great. You're like i kind of think. I made the right decision. But it's just it's still messy right like that happens with our kids alive. I think i made the right decision. It doesn't mean it's clean. And my kid pats me on the back and says oh you're the best ad in the world. Go take that meeting all right. That's not what our kids are usually now. My kids do for me right but again. I think that grounding in jobs kind of can also help us move on with our day and say okay. I'm not a bad parent because my kids crying. 'cause i often think also with those jobs my kid's feelings don't need to change boundaries but also my boundaries don't need to dictate my kid's feelings again. They're just two totally separate things.
A highlight from Introducing Crime Glasses: A True Crime Book Club Podcast
"Reader. Crime glasses is your true crime book club podcast. Every month we'll be selecting a new true crime book to read using it as a guide to talk about the cases that shocked us. The underlying issues and the moments that had us closing the book desperate for a breather. And if reading is just not your thing, that's okay, I still welcome you to listen to the weekly episodes because I will give you all of the case details so you won't miss out. Also, I can't promise that you won't find yourself in a cozy nook devouring every page after. We will read everything from true crime classics like the Ted Bundy focus the stranger beside me by Ann rule to more recent favorites like we keep the dead close by Becky Cooper, which details the author search for the killer of Jane Brighton, a Harvard student who was murdered in her off campus
Pakistan Urges for an 'Inclusive' Political Settlement With Taliban
"Pakistan's urging a settlement ahead for Afghanistan Pakistan's foreign minister says an inclusive political settlement is the best way forward for peace and stability in Afghanistan following the Taliban takeover he says Pakistan fully supports efforts in that direction according to a foreign ministry statement the minister made the remarks during the phone call with his Russian counterpart the ministers expected to leave port was Becky stone on a visit during which he will also travel to other neighboring states including Iran to discuss Afghan developments I'm Charles the last month
Staying Sturdy When Your Kid's out of Control
"The first thing i want to say is you are not alone. When kids are dysregulates. Did they do all types of things they kick they scream. They say i hate you and they can say bad words. So i step i would say is to see what true is doing from the lens of the pain and total chaos inside his body right. I think a big idea that i always think about with tantrums. Is we act how we feel right. And so if his actions and his words seemed totally out of control that means he's feeling totally out of control so a couple things i would think about number one is drew really needs you to differentiate between his behavior and his feelings and we need to help him do this in the moment and we also need to build the language to help him do this outside of the moment. So let's start with in the moment you say to him. Oh sorry sweetie. Dessert time is over right. I know in my house. It's i've already given five cookies. And that's just the line right in the six. Cookie seems to set my child off. And that's where. I'm holding my boundary right at this point drew. Might he might get really upset. At this moment. You might say shut up. Shut up shut up right first of all for you. He's acting how he's feeling. Let me set a boundary but also see the struggle. He's having a boundary. Might sound like this. Wow those are big words right. is that a boundary. it actually is kind of labeling. What's happening in. Maybe i'd even add while those are big words. I won't let you use words like that in this family now. A lot of us get caught up. What do you mean. I won't let them use words. They already are. We're still setting a boundary to differentiate between the behavior. Which were kind of saying isn't okay. And now i'm gonna help you kind of find words to speak to what's going on inside of drew where i would say i won't let you use those words and oh it is so hard not to get the things we want. What am i doing. they're Showing my child that i can differentiate between how he's struggling and how that struggle comes out in the behavior in the moment. This is really all we do. And then we survive through
UN Climate Change Report: It's Not Too Late to Control Global Warming
"Becky. The main thing. I took away from the big. Un climate report last week was that climate change is accelerating which is really scary. Because it makes it feel like we're running out of time to control the speed and severity of global warming. Yeah totally and we can put some terrifying numbers behind that scary feeling right so the earth is already almost two degrees. Fahrenheit hotter than it wasn't late eighteen hundreds The rate of warming since nineteen seventy is the fastest in two thousand years. The same goes for sea level rise. It's accelerated since the nineteen seventies ex but the science also makes it clear that it is not too late to control global warming. So we're living through a really exciting moment because everything that humans do now when it comes to climate change will have impacts for the rest of our lives. But why is that like. Why should this moment feel exciting. Instead of dreadful to be clear it can feel both ways like a good climate therapist. Okay go on yes. But here's the case for why it's exciting so the earth is on track for catastrophic warming right now so if humans don't cut greenhouse gases quickly we could see five six even seven feet of sea level rise on average by the end of the century but the flip side of that is that if humans do basically stop burning oil and gas and coal this decade next decade. Then that doesn't happen and yeah that's going to be really really hard. But under that scenario sea levels rise a lot more slowly and they max out at maybe a foot which is a huge difference. Right if we're thinking about kids who are in elementary school right now. In coastal cities all around the world. We'd be saving them from life changing sea level rise this same goes for other impacts from climate change. You know if adults alive today can manage to virtually stop burning fossil fuels in the next twenty years or so. Life looks a lot less polluted a lot less dangerous for kids. Who are alive today.
Becky Hammon Hopes It Becomes Normal for Women to Get NBA Coaching Jobs
"Becky Hammond today hire me on merit not to check a box. She said She can't wait for the time when it's normal for women to interview for a head coaching position in the N B. A and the gender is not the story. Then. Do you think that that will ever happen for Becky Hammond? Yes, I do, because she's that good. And you're not Pops top assistant right for the For this for this long of a stretch if you can't coach and Nancy Lieberman is a dear friend of mine I've known for years she's based in here in Dallas, Texas, where I live. Nancy Lieberman is just a remarkable basketball player in a basketball mind. And when you ask her about Becky Hammon man, she won't shut up. So Becky Hammond, I agree with her also gave on it should be on merit, and it will be on mayor when it comes to Becky Hammond. And, Yeah, I completely agree with her, and at some point, she's going to get a shot and it will be on merit. Not just because she's a
Why Logic Doesn't Help When Intervening With Big Feelings
"So right now. We're going to say something like the following like thank you logic. Thank you linearly your useful in so many areas in my life an intervening with my kids when they're struggling. It's just not where you're gonna shine. It actually gets in our way. And here's why all of the struggles our kids have especially in these situations you're naming these are struggles of motion regulations. Something feels so unmanageable in their bodies that their bodies are almost on fire and when we feel that kind of out of control feeling guess what we act how we feel we act out of control the screaming the doubling down when it doesn't make any sense right the the kicking the nasty words. These are assign that our emotions overwhelmed. Our bodies and i really believe as animals we are. We feel before we think. And if our bodies can't regulate the big feelings we have we literally don't even have access to logic and rationality and it's actually the same thing is adults right. I know so many adults who we know better. I don't know how many of us know how to eat or we like no. We wake up exercise. We know he should turn off our phone at nine pm or shouldn't sleep with our phone in our room and yet i don't think that knowledge translates into action for most of us. What does control us in. Those moments is on regulated feelings. Right maybe it's a high. Just feel the need for privacy and quiet time. And that's why i'm scrolling on my phone. Actually the thought of working out brings up so many difficult feelings and in service of avoiding those feelings i avoid the working out even though the working out again the knowledge and the rationality isn't the thing that changes my behavior. The emotion regulation does. And i think joshua this came from. Especially when you're saying we want our kids to have these responses and you can see the logical path and get when we meet big emotions with logic it literally is pouring fuel on the fire right so we need to figure out how to meet your kids. Emotion regulation needs which ironically will allow them to access more logical and rational thoughts in their
Getting Your Kid to Stop Doing an Annoying Behavior Like Spitting
"What about spitting is fun for a child to me. The most fun thing about spitting for a child is a child watching his parents. Get very upset now. This doesn't make your child coldhearted. It doesn't mean anything's wrong with him. In fact watching apparent get very upset and trying to stop you from doing something you are currently doing is actually something that makes a child feel very independent right because none of us ever know who we are as much as when we're doing something that we know someone else doesn't approve of it makes us feel like wow i really am i own person and our kids are trying to figure out. Essentially their separate identity now. This idea is going to be key in helping us. Kind of get your child out of spitting as a way of forming his separate identity. Because we want your child to figure out who he is. We just don't want him to do that. Through the act of spitting. We have to take away the part of this action. That's about this dynamic between the two of you. And the quickest way we can do that is actually turning the trying to shut down the behavior into you joining the behavior. I know that sounds odd. So i'll walk through exactly what this would look like. And why yes. I am recommending. You join your son in spitting as the best way to reduce the spitting. Here's why when you say to your son something like this. Hey you know what. I'm feeling this morning. I'm feeling like i've just all this energy in my mouth. And i wanna spit spit. Spit spit spit. I feel like you feel like that to. Let's go to the spitting room together now. Your son is going to look at you and think what is my mom talking about right. Play call and go with it when he looks confused. Yeah you know this bathroom. I've just decided is the spitting rem. I don't know if you know this about me. But sometimes i go in there and just spit spit spit. Just get it all out. I'm thinking we can do it together. And bring your son in there and then start spitting into the toilet so much more so much more. Don't you have any spitting you. I feel like you've spent new to. Why don't we do it together. Spit spit spit. And now instead of this activity being a source of tension between the two of you this is actually a moment of connection and silliness. Now what's going to happen over. Time to the spitting is it becomes less enticing and your son will figure out which we want him to figure out other ways to define his
Turns Out My Ex Didn’t Get Eaten by a Shark
"Well per us. I'm joined by my co host. He's the youth pastor for our high school ministry called climax. Please welcome tom graham. Hey allie hey gray. How's it going with your climax kids ellie. I'm in a bit of a personal crisis right now. in fact i'm just clean of. I guess like i feel like i've seen it goes to something you look like. You've seen a ghost. You're pam what's wrong. Well halley i guess for those who've been listening for awhile you know that i've had to really serious relationships in the past year you've mentioned before i've head mingo kim tomato got eaten by a shar do's and and also Becky buca over. Good about bob and Halley it turns out that mango is still alive. What she survived the attack there was no attack halley. No shark new attack no. She thinks her own death. Apparently she faked her own death. Halley i know so i'm kind of freaking out. 'cause i'm finding this all out because you know i had to. Essentially she started contacting me at my old place right now. Actually crashing it. My jeep set about with. I'm not sure if i mentioned in my class. And so she started leaving all these crazy messages and my old place. Until i'm like well. I can't go back to my condor and so now i'm just like pretty much. Hold up at the duplex and i'm just gonna stay there now because apparently make a ease back and she's alive. She was just hiding out in mexico. And like a love nasa something. And then. what's crazy. Is that becky to buco game. And then she got a like jelly of everything like my kids. Say and so. She's like posting all this trash online. About how like. I don't respect god's house to you know basically get like advance my career which is insane. My crew is amazing. So i'm just dealing with this whole thing right now with. I've got these you know you know. These three people like vying for my attention. You know to people.
Why Is Parenting Exhausting and Isolating?
"Yes. That's my first reaction. Yes parenting is exhausting. It's exhausting it's difficult and if you feel alone in doing it it's isolating and of course that adds up to feeling all types of distress including resentment so i would give yourself some credit. I n give yourself permission. Credit might sound like. I'm doing a lot. I'm doing so much day in and day out. I am getting through tough moments dealing with difficult behavior. I am depleted. And i keep going. I am amazing in that way. Of course my body feels all of that work. Of course this leads to feelings and not particularly pleasant ones toward my partner. Who sounds like he's working really hard but not in this exact same emotionally exhausting way. I'm doing a lot. And i'm allowed to be feeling the exact way i'm feeling now. That's just a star. I know that's not all. I keep thinking about this word. Recognition or acknowledgment. In terms of how isolated. You are in this experience that it's one thing to be parenting and dealing with difficult behaviors and meltdowns and all those really tricky moments. And it's another thing for nobody to know about it right. It's like the nobody knowing about it. That can make us feel crazy. Someone acknowledging what's happening doesn't take away from the part of experience that's exhausting but it does help us feel seen helps us with the part. That feels so alone. And whenever we feel someone's presence in our distress the distress becomes a little bit more
'Deshaming' Challenging Moments for Your Child
"I have two ideas i wanna share de shaming and helping your child get ready for a challenging moment. Let's go through those. And i'll model some strategies along the way number one d shaming. What what does this even mean. Well inch enroll. Our kids are over well-named by our capability. Let's even think about the i. I don't know our of a kids day right when they wake up when they get dressed when they brush their teeth when they get their cereal ready when they think about the homework maybe they have to finish when they packed their bag when they have to remember to get a coat. All of these items are things that even eight-year-old really has to think through and probably messes up along the way. Meanwhile they see us already dress. They see that we're having our coffee. They see that we can reach everything in the cabinet even things they can't reach yet they hear us say. Hey you forgot your water bottle again clearly. Indicating that remembering something easy for us and yet difficult for them. There's no inherent problem here. We know well we're adults. We figured out a lot of things along the way but our kids don't know that and one of the reasons so many kids shutdown is not only because something is hard but they feel ashamed that something's hard because they feel alone in all the challenges of daily life. so how can we d- shame. This how can we add connection. How can we normalize having a hard time we can all. I think do a lot better modeling making mistakes and struggling. This can be something so simple. You do in front of your son. One day you could be zip. Bring up your cope and instead of doing it mindlessly and being successful struggle with it all the zipper so stuck still didn't work. okay. One second becky. Deep breath try again. I didn't do it yet. I know i can do this. Meanwhile your son is just kind of happening to witness this right. Even though of course you kind of knew. You're going to do this in front of him. You don't have to look at him. After and say see. Things are hard for me. Also actually i would say. Don't do that play a cool and just trust that. Your child is going to feel a little less alone the next time. Anything is a struggle for
COVID-19 Delta Variant Runs Rampant in the U.S.
"The delta varying it is more contagious K to ours. Peter Seymour joins us live from the news centre. Becky Valley Wise hospitals in Arizona have 12 Covid 19 patients Right now. We had one patient in the hospital 3.5 weeks ago that had covid 19 disease, so Certainly starting to see an increase again. Dr. Michael White and former CDC director Richard Bessler hope the slight surge doesn't mean worse things to come. If everyone were to get vaccinated with this vaccine, there'll be less virus spreading around less likelihood that there would be very in submerging that we would need a new vaccine for like a booster shot. Public health leaders and hospitals are still measuring The Delta variance mark in Arizona as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations remain steady. But Los Angeles County reports a spike of 3000 cases in the past three days. So who needs to be concerned any area where there's a lower rate of vaccination you're going to see spread, and it's going to vary by neighborhood here in New Jersey, where I am my community 76% of adults are fully vaccinated the next town over its 44% health leaders in L. A county. He blamed the unvaccinated who catch the delta variant in the valley. Dr. White believes that variant is making his dozen covid 19 patients sicker just here. Over the last few days, we're starting to see people that are presenting that are more acutely ill needing more intensive care. Last month, the unvaccinated made up 92% of Arizona's coronavirus cases. Dr White calls this all the more reason to take your covid 19 shots where we are now within the Covid 19 pandemic isn't a lot better place than we
Warren Buffett & Charlie Munger: Taking the High Road
"Warren buffett. And charlie munger have been business partners more than five decades. We were sort of made for each other. We've never had an argument in this whole time. We are strong minded in that time. The pair have built berkshires. Unique portfolio companies brands like the nsf. Railway geico duracell see's candies and basically left them alone. The way to get a good partner was to be a good partner and these are very effective ideas and they just work so fabulously well and they worked so well at berkshire. I caught up with squawk box. Anchor becky quick. Hi how are you. I'm good how are you over. Zoom about the buffett. Munger magic neither one of them ever really wanted to work for bosses or have a boss or work in corporate culture. They both said that they wouldn't survive it. They'd get fired. And i think that's why berkshire is the way that it is. They like to let people have their autonomy. They like to let the. They've got more than sixty businesses that they own outright and they let the managers run those businesses for a company that is now one of the ten biggest companies in the world by market capitalization. It's an incredibly decentralized organization. I mean there's twenty five people at the headquarters in omaha which by the way they don't even have a building that they run their corporate headquarters out of they. They lease a couple of floors from somebody else. And that's where the whole thing's run run from. If i were to tell you the details of this you'd think it was a scam. You know that. I'm going to tell you about one of the ten largest companies in the world. That's run out of these. Two floors in our mohammed. Twenty five people Okay yeah where. Where's the bridge that you want to sell me on top of that right.
"becky x" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Becky Lynn. Here is our top story about Phoenix Suns run to the championship tonight about dinnertime. Everybody in Phoenix will be hungry for an NBA title. And there's a lot of really good players on this team. So you have that additional hunger that sort of matches the fan base because obviously the sons have never won either. Ktrs Peter same or is live again at Phoenix Suns Arena. Well, Becky this playoff season. The sons are 12 and four and they have lost two games in a row just three times since January. To say they are hot is an understatement. But Luke Lipinski with 98 7 FM Arizona Sports station tells our Mike Broom head. The sons must still win fast. If Milwaukee goes out there and wins tonight that allows them to rest Yonas some more and when you start to get two games 345 in the series, there's bigger breaks between the games. So there is some pressure on the sun tonight to take care of business. I think they will. Bucks superstar Yannis onto the Campo is questionable For tonight. The sons are all healthy and guess who's playing at halftime tonight. It's going to be young M. C and he lives in Scottsdale, at least for the last 15 years. And he's the latest local talent to perform at halftime during the Sun's incredible playoff front tip off at six Live at Phoenix Suns Arena, Peter Sam or to to our news and our state is about to get a huge economic boost, thanks to the Sun's making it to the NBA Finals. Ktrs Griselda. Latino joins us live from the news center with more as you. Economics professor Dennis Hoffman believes the biggest impact to our state's economy will come from the exposure on our state will get from this. And given the international participation of players in the NBA. Now this is an exposure the Cascades across the planet, he believes that could lead to more people wanting to visit, move or do business here. Valley economists Ella Pollack agrees. People tend to pick up things from watching TV. They like the area. They like What they see They like what they hear. Live in the news centre. I'm Griselda City. No okay to our news. And if you are heading into downtown Phoenix, you can expect a lot of traffic delays this afternoon, thinks police sergeant and Justice says with the sons and the D backs playing tonight. I really encourage you to plan ahead encourage people to utilize public transportation. The light role is available, as well as rideshare app or designated drivers just to help with you know that the congestion downtown justice encourages fans to also look at what bags or items can be brought into the arenas. You don't want to get caught downtown and Not be able to take that bag into the arena. All right, Let's check traffic. Here's Larry Lewis in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic Center. Yeah, back England and to add on to that we're seeing a closure. Already. Jackson Street is closed due to the ball game tonight Down at Phoenix Suns Arena to Jackson's closed in between Central and third Street. It's not a heavily traveled area, but it's going to take one of your alternates away. So if you're trying to get through that area, get with Lincoln. Maybe even Van Buren. Of course, you're going to see a lot of extra traffic on Jefferson and Washington, Of course, seventh Street and Central as well. Now we're all Also dealing with a few crashes out there, including Bell Road at 19th Avenue in the North Valley. Baseline at Seventh Avenue. You've gotta crash another wreck 27th Avenue, North Thomas and watch for a collision just in. Looks like this is going to be Glendale right around 95th Avenue. This report sponsored by Amoco transmissions and Total Car care. Don't Lose your cool this summer. Get an A C tune up for only 89 18 this and am CO Arizona dot com for your special offer.
The Problem With Praise
"Today. we'll be talking about praise. Praises actually kind of a tricky controversial topic because on the surface it seems like well. What's wrong with praise isn't praised gray. Who doesn't like praise where we're going to do here is look a little deeper because when our kids are younger what they're actually learning is how to generate good feelings about themselves. They're learning do good feelings about myself. Live in other people and those people deliver those feelings to me through praise and external validation or do good feelings live inside me. Can i generate those feelings myself in my mind. We really want to help our kids. Look in we want them to see the. They have good feelings about themselves. Even if nobody is commenting on what they're doing this is what leads to stable sense of self and self confidence rather than a sense of self or self confidence. That's actually dependent on approval of other people. Now let's be real. It always feels good to get approval or to get praise. There's no way around that. What i think we can imagine is a gap between how good. I'm able to feel in the absence of praise verses. How good. I feel in the presence of praise for our own mental health. We want the gap to be small not large. Here's what this would look like in real life. Let's say i'm working in an office. And i do a work project. I'm leaving the office. And i want to be able to say to myself. I know i worked really hard. I have my own evaluation of what i did. I know i'm proud of the product. I feel pretty good leaving the office today. Now let's fast forward a few hours. And i get an email from my boss. An email says while becky great job of course that feels good. That would feel good to anyone. But what's key is how good i felt before i got that email versus how good i felt after i got that email. We don't want that difference to be massive
"becky x" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"You. Don Cove, A Danko ve doing his thing there. That's Mr Seesaw, and that guy's still in the background mirroring if you will, the lines. That's the same kid on seesaw. That's second. Might that the background? I don't know his name, but what are outstanding. Formula They came up with in a dank ove, a formal former Val it This is valid or valley. Of Ah, James Brown, the moron to get his own career going their way cool stuff that's called Ah, I was checking out while she was checking in. And as the as Becky X, the lovely Beckett's Texas picked up. I love this, she said. That's the darker version of if you like Pina colada yet isn't really Yeah. Ah, man. He's checking out hotel with his Ah woman who's having affair with his wife there in the car, and he sees another carpool or some guy with his wife in a car and they're going to go have an affair. I know I'm being redundant. You heard the whole song, right? A lot of people don't pay attention to write songs like that dunk over a dozen sir. We're cool stuff, all game and the game. The same room didn't have time for tea remake the bed. It's alternative, but music fight is what we do here and it's the no. Our side of what we do. I was going to tell you something else, sir. Oh, I know what it was A lady called and left a message on My voice mail here at studio and she left callback number. I called her back, man. You still listen to call you back? I was trying to get to the info You want to know about a website? I'm almost 99.999% certain the website you want know about is this one's called Detroit leaks. Detroit leaks. Ah, can't do much for you until you get on the World Wide Web. It's called and you go over to look for this Detroit League state employees R R. Ah, What's it called here? Train our training poll workers toe lie and cheat around the vote. Now some pals of mine chimed in yesterday. I can't talk about on the radio yet. But they are on top of this. They're trying to put a stop to this again. This is Detroit. Yet one more time gaming, the system lying and cheating and gaming the system kind of like the Bobby Womack. But in a political sense, and that is highly not cool, so not to fear. People are on it. There's so much of this going on they tried to do with that judge in Detroit that didn't work. You're on the air. It's alternative but music friend..
"becky x" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"We're going to see something that's going to happen on Election day like you ain't never seen before. The I'm not going to put this up on Facebook, although I may well see, but it's over on the blaze slashed the Glenn Beck site, which is glennbeck dot com. He's got the actual documentation of what the plan is for Election Day. Now he laid it out on his Ah Blaze. TV show doesn't show every Wednesday every Friday, he laid it out on last nights show. A CZ always using a panic, but I get that I get that He's in a panic and that Ah ah, he's concerned that nobody knows about this stuff. And this isn't anything new. It's been going on for a long time. I am praying that Donald Trump's people know about this. They're hardcore in place. Plans for four separate distinct scenarios Come Election day. And these are plans laid out by Obama organizing for action. George Soros and his crew much of his finance by sorrows, and it's everything from riots and burning things in the street like you ain't never seen before. Completely gaming the system through the media to make you think that Donald Trump did not win the election, even if he did. This is not hyperbole. It's coming. And, of course, the media always always there's been There's all been debunk. Oh, this is just another right wing. Conspiracy it there now get the hell out of here. We? The thinking know that all of this stuff is true. They want to take down the United States of America. They hate the American Republic ated. How else would you explain that they want to get rid of the electoral college? House. Would you explain that the left wants to get rid of bail? Meaning when you go to jail, you're about to be bailed out and you have to be. Ah, make bail and you're going to go before a prosecutor. How is it that they want you out on the street as soon as you commit a crime? Why do they want that? Because they want chaos. And they don't care about you because the people running the show are so far removed from it. Then I'll suffer from that. One of which is George Soros, and I'm going to play. What we call a clip in the business here in a bit. It's a Bill O'Reilly. Thank you. Becky X for sentence to me contributing editor. It's Becky X. This is Ah Ah, Bill O'Reilly celebrating George Soros is 90th birthday. He's being facetious about that. What This is is it's such it's five minutes 43 2nd. Let's call it six minutes. I'm not going to play in this segment of flip bottom the hour. Do not miss this. If you miss it will be in the archive but are rather goes to a litany of what Soros is actually doing. You can't come up with a reason for it because nobody knows what the reason is. But sure, George Soros hates America Straight up Hates America. Now we could get back in and very easily. He has a warrant out for him a felony warrant in France. He's never been extradited. He spends his time in three houses in New York. It's about it. He may go somewhere around the Caribbean, but that's about it. If you does that, but he could be extradited to France. He's not being extradited if his his two kids Are pretty much running the Sorrows Foundation, but he directs where all that goes. No, he has in large part paid for all of the bad actor, Attorney general's prosecutors we see around the country finance their campaigns 100% all this No bail. Turn it, you know, just revolving doors. What is your arrested back on the street or were there is bail financing bail to get people out of jail. Revolving door. This is George Soros. That alone, not alone. What's you got things called indivisible or Ah, it's either invincible or indivisible during. Can you find that out? Which one is services funding operations again? It's either indivisible or invincible. I want to say It's indivisible anyway. Ah ah, Lot of that money goes to Obama's operation, which is organizing for action. There's a big tie into Obama. Consider this. Obama's the first president in our nation that didn't leave D. C after he's out of office. I mean, just get out. Go back, go to AA, where he came from. Yeah, the first and and he's the first to stay 100% involved in the Latin. There's something back pointed out last night and still this from him, but the lack of a peaceful transition you always hear the term peaceful transition me. This president goes out. This one comes in. They all ride to the inauguration. L shake hands. The other former president goes back to every came from doesn't comment on what the other presidents doing allows him a lot of space. Obama never did that. Never Never. In fact, he's had his minions working on undermining this administration since day one of this administration since day one of this administration's campaign to become this administration. The brackets and Obama do the homework. It's right there. It's right in your face is that this isn't some opinion. Tony present fact. And right now, with his organizing for action, which is his political, It's a street thug operation. Financing operation that morphed out of his campaign. What was organizing for Obama's where it came from when he was trying to become president. Well, this is huge money wise. I mean huge, but a lot of what's going on with the street thugs in the street. Financed by this strategized by this again. The documentation for this, and I may just took this up on Facebook after talking about the documentation for this is on Glenn Beck that calm. You will see a link there. You can click on it, and it's it's lengthy..
"becky x" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Be any place else. You're on the edge of alternative rock music Friday, but with me Guilty. But You don't hear stuff like this very often around here. I don't think you're hearing many churches around here. I wonder if there even black churches in Detroit doing this kind of thing. This is a deep South stuff. O'Neill, twins and Jesus dropped the charges. Now the girls in the background that that this is a live recording, so it goes on from three minutes. And then here in the end, like a church with a bunch of people, But those girls are kind off Mike, but I got goose bumps. Biggest jaybird eggs where they filled that one. Jesus dropped the charges on me, Jack. I was standing there expecting to get 1 to 99 in the electric chair, and Jesus dropped perfect love that it's right when he said it's finished, Bam! Zip. It was Ah, I mentioned the chosen earlier. Have you seen that? I remember when they were getting the funding up for that. I think, my pal the lovely Becky X was part of a crew that funded help fund that, but They came to northwards Church. The main man was named hey, was talking about that and how he was going to make The story about Christ in the Bible Bible stories and he was going to make them palatable. I thought, Okay, well, see, because To be honest with you. I'm Christian. But you watch a lot of Christian movies and man, is there anything more boring? I mean, you want to run screaming for the door? It's just, you know. It's like the Hallmark Channel on steroids, but ah, and and they're just they're kind of cheesy the way they don't. But they outdid themselves in that one. The chosen if you haven't seen it. I'm pretty sure you can get it on. YouTube. And I'm sure you'll get it on demand. But you need to watch it. I would snag a couple of Ah, a couple episodes. But the one I like the best was the very They're no good. They're all good and again. It's like, Hey, this is what these guys did this how it was back in the day. They make it real. It's like a real story. It's not most of the documentary, but it sure feels like in some points. Absolutely incredible stuff. Ah, you're on the edge and his alternative bump music Friday feels lonely. My woman.
"becky x" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"You don't hear stuff like this very often around here. I don't think you're hearing many churches around here. I wonder if there even black churches in Detroit doing this kind of thing. This is a deep South stuff. O'Neill, twins and Jesus dropped the charges. Now the girls in the background that that this is a live recording, so it goes on from three minutes. And then here in the end, like a church with a bunch of people, But those girls are kind off Mike, but I got goose bumps. Biggest jaybird eggs where they filled that one. Jesus dropped the charges on me, Jack. I was standing there expecting to get 1 to 99 in the electric chair, and Jesus dropped perfect love that it's right when he said it's finished, Bam! Is it that it was finished? Ah, I mentioned the chosen earlier. Have you seen that? I remember when they were getting the funding up for that. I think, my pal the lovely Becky X was part of a crew that funded help fund that, but They came to northwards Church. The main man was named hey, was talking about that and how he was going to make A story about Christ and the Bible Bible stories and he was going to make them palatable. I thought, Okay, well, see, because to be honest with you, I'm Christian. But you watch a lot of Christian movies and man, is there anything more boring? I mean, you want to run screaming for the door? It's just, you know. It's like the Hallmark Channel on steroids, but ah, and and they're just they're kind of cheesy the way they don't. But they outdid themselves on that one. The chosen if you haven't seen it. I'm pretty sure you can get it on. Ah, YouTube. And I'm sure you'll get on on demand. But you need to watch it. I would snag a couple of Ah A couple episodes, But the one I like the best was the very They're no good. They're all good again. It's like, Hey, this is what these guys did. This was back in the day. Ah! And they make it real. It's like a real story on some list. So the documentary but it sure feels like in some points. Absolutely incredible stuff. You're on the edge and his alternative bump music. Friday alone. My woman put me down. I just sitting still.
"becky x" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple
"And they polish the rocks as smooth as glass But those wagon rut. The last time i was up there just a few years ago i stood there and i was like you know more in her family traveled this road. You know. i'm i'm looking at this wagon trails. That they were on and that was just really. Hit me hard And and it man. Just wow i love those stories My dad read them to me as a kid. We watch the tv show and So you know all of that very real to me. Because i'm from you know up that way where they spent quite a bit of time. Well that's neat yeah. I always enjoyed watching that show too. That's i guess we probably came up probably in the same time period because it was like a big show on tv back back in those days for me. Oh yeah. I think it was already reruns. Starting to be in reruns by the time. I was watching it But and i love that. My daughter is enjoying it absolutely important to me to be able to share that with her. Especially since you know. It's set in minnesota where from exactly well so You got your degree there at east tennessee state university And you'd already mentioned you played with your parents there and their band. So i'm guessing that was your first band experience. So did you play well in fact. I know you've played in other bands before starting your own band talk some about that. Yeah sure so I played for a short time. Was becky schlegel and trueblue. That was just one summer there. Before i came down to exceed led tennessee to go to school and then while in school and played with several of the bluegrass ensemble got to go to france. Got to play at the kennedy center. That was so special Also played with appalachian trail which is Their their Out of East tennessee traveled quite a bit. We got to play some of the national folklife festivals in lowell massachusetts lansing michigan and On the On the mall in I think i'm saying that right on the mall in dc and and then Right out of school. At the job. With valerie smith and liberty pike and was part of vows banned for ten years from two thousand one Who two thousand. Eleven got married in their took a break because we were hoping that we would be able to have kids and Just just needed a break from the road. Of and of course. I i'd say i'm living my life in reverse because you know you're supposed to like do your music career have the kid and then probably quit and stay home and take care of take care of the kids and stuff and i am i. We got pregnant with romi. And and then i jog their and brooke aldridge and they were so gracious about it. You know they hired this massively pregnant woman to play fiddle for them and they were they were really kind about it and helped me so much through that season and I look back now. And i'm like how did i do that. And how. how did they stand me for that time. But they were so sweet. They are wonderful vocalist. They're good people. And i'm so excited for them and all the wonderful things that have been happening for them in the last couple of years But i had to leave their band when romi started walking our daughter's seven now but when she was about a year and a half she started walking. My husband's like we can't do this. You you gotta make your schedule. And at that point i had come out with between earth and sky record on dark shadow recording and i need a tour to sell that and so it was it was. I painted myself in a corner. I need to start my own band. But it's been great. It's been five years now and have a wonderful group of guys around me and i'm really blessed they make pretty easy on me as a bandleader From just really good time. So it's a net liberec on the banjo. he's twenty eighteen. Ibm a banjo player of the year. He's also on sirius. Xm satellite radio does the More banjos sunday and the derailed show saturday night and does a lot of teaching And then professor dan boehner. Who is the director of the east tennessee state university bluegrass program And nate lee on the mandolin. He's a twenty fifteen. Ibm a momentum award winner. And then we have daniel hard on the base and daniel Works in the bottling plant. Jack daniels in his hometown lynchburg tennessee and they let him off the play music with us every so often. So that's awesome as nice to have a job. That's considerate like that. And you know. Cut some slack for musicians to be able to go at play also. Yeah all the guys in the band. Have their well of course. Dan works at the college in in. Daniel works at jack daniels. Ned and nate did a lot of teaching and then I some teaching. And of course my main gig the aromas mama. I'm sure that's that's a full-time gig out there and itself. Yeah yeah yeah. It's it's pretty awesome she's seven. I'm enjoying the stage right now at seven. I know it's gonna change quickly especially when we get toward the teenage years but so far it's been been pretty fun it's been a whirlwind but a blessing a great blessing Now it's really interesting of course with the pandemic on. We don't have school here in manchester tennessee At the moment but her teacher has been wonderful. And sending home things to work on getting a taste of home schooling. I always thought that it's something i would like to do. And i'm gaining a holy respect for all her teachers here in Yeah they're they're pretty great though. Yeah kind of back up a minute. I know you also were great claw hammer banjo player and i know you play guitar. What else do you play besides fiddle. Also i dabble in a lot of other things. Those are my main thirty instruments. And when y- i usually play all of those during the course of one of our shows. I was actually my first instrument and Trying to get my chops back on that and have been having some fun with that here especially in the last year or so and trying to help me with her piano lessons to issue. I think it's just a great instrument to start on. I got a good foundation in a note reading and theory and stuff from from learning piano. So i i play that i dabble on many other things though. I was a percussionist in high school and Play the base a little bit and Kind of dabble on the mandolin. To don paddle on the man was like it. Awesome like a lot of people you play just about every instrument sounds like there what What got you to claw hammer banjo. Gillian welt okay. Yeah well that's a good love. Her music i graduated from high school. My violin teacher had mentioned before patty triumphs. Gave me a cassette tape of gillian's revival record. And she said. I think you'll like this and it totally tastes my life. I've been trying to write like gillian welch. Ever since i've loved her songwriting and And taught my. I can't remember if she played. Call him on that record and no she plays her on hell among the yearlings and i just love the sound of it and so i picked it up because of that so i feel like you know like the old time players. Look listen to me not really old time and the bluegrass players like. Oh yeah your own time. But i feel like i'm kinda not efficient foul. I i do some tunes on the on the claw hammer but mostly i'll use it to.
"becky x" Discussed on Acoustic Music Talk with Brad Apple
"Oh hello folks and welcome to acoustic talk podcast. I'm your host brad apple. We have a wonderful show lined up for you this week as our guest. We have missed becky. Buller and becky in her band have been blazing the bluegrass trails as of recent years and turning out some great performances and recordings along the way banking. I got to sit down recently and have a good conversation by telephone and we got to talk about a lot of things and aspects of becky's career including her songwriting which she is a great songwriter. Her songs have been recorded by a virtual. Who's who in the bluegrass community. And we get to talk about her band and her latest singles. So let's go ahead and get into our conversation with miss. Becky buhler again. Thank you becky for being on the show today. And you've done a lot of great things and continue to do a lot of great things and bluegrass music. We sure look forward to talking to you just wondering if you could maybe start out with telling us how you got started in playing music so bad. Thank you for having me. Thank you everybody. That's tuned in. I have been playing bluegrass music since i was a kid. My parents got Just fell in love with bluegrass. When i was about five years old they were at the butterfield threshing be butterfield. Minnesota and Heard death band playing and my dad decided he wanted to learn how to play the mandolin. And you know one thing led to another. My parents both played guitar already at that. Point wasn't long after that that they started a band called prairie grass with a couple of gordon. roxie scholtz and They played together the entire time. That i was growing up and i joined them when i was about Maybe i don't know eleven twelve somewhere in there. But but when i was about nine or ten i start bugging him for sydell lesson because i really wanted to sing in their band. I and they said you have to play something because everybody plays something a bluegrass band I'll look at their lineup. So we don't have a fiddle. I didn't know about dobro at that point No dobro player. I'd known about that but but I definitely knew about fiddles in the well. Okay i'll i'll play fiddles and took about a year to convince the nice with serious and they got me Violin lessons. We didn't have any teachers in my about their wonderful woman. Patty triumphs became my teacher for about six years. I studied with her. As a kiddo suzuki schools music and minnesota wonderful teacher she still added up there and And she caught me since it'll tunes on the side. Which i really appreciate 'cause she use it. That's what i really wanted do. And then i learned a lot of records and stuff. And i just feel so grateful that i learned both the bluegrass fiddling discipline alongside the classical violin disciplined. Because there's just so many great things that one adds to the other. You know. I i already had no reading from playing piano but You know the technique that you get from learning classical violin just really helpful And then of course the air training that you get playing bluegrass music is great. I i mean. I'd siri my first year of college. I did music theory and the man that was a breeze because of all my your training from bluegrass music. So i'm really grateful that i can draw from both disappointed when i teach Because i just feel like you know that that's really helpful to the students but But yeah. I really got into bluegrass music at as a singer. I wanted to sing. So that i am to this day. I approach for the lights out of always been interested or more interested in how the fiddle works in a band situation and backing up a song. a been more interested in that than the the tunes. I probably don't know enough tunes. I'm telling my husband. I'm not real. I i don't know enough. Walters and and i i don't chase rattlesnakes and i don't deal in fiddles or work on settles trade. Settles all the time. But i'm always. I always been more focused I mean i focus on the instruments of course but but more focused songwriting and the singing aspect of it but And i went to bluegrass school. The thomas through the story. I was a bluegrass school in johnson. City tennessee east tennessee state university. They have the oldest program of its kind anywhere in the world. Progress old time country. Music program standby dot com in the early nineteen eighty and that brought me the tennessee and in in ninety seven when i graduated from high school and i've been here ever awesome appreciate that that you know the no reading side in the classically trained side of things i think that's really neat because I don't do that and a lot of musicians. Don't have learned by ear but i think that's really neat to have to because you know i got into old time music also several years ago and through that i learned that norman blake you know. He's he reads notes and stuff too and finds a lot of those old songs. He ended up doing recording. You know and books and stuff so That's pretty cool really helpful. I wish i wish i was more nimble writing music out. That is something i just. I haven't had to do a lot of. And so i avoid it and i know it get better out of defied just did it more but i can read fun and charts and said well that's awesome. So what did you major in it. east tennessee state university. You might have said it not missed it there. Oh i did. i didn't i. I took five years to get a four year degree. And i changed majors several times. Because i i always thought i was going to be a teacher from the time was a little kid. I was enamored with the stories of little house on the prairie and and And of green gables and both of those characters taught in one room school houses inside so my parents. I'm going to do that. So i ended up becoming a professional musician and i ended up majoring in In public relations was a minor in music. Okay would you say in the house on the prairie and you mentioned man. Kato didn't i mean that's part of that history to okay cool l. Yeah so I'm from saint james minnesota and about an hour just To the northwest of us is is gossip instead come creek. Oh my gosh. I'm blanking on it now Walnut grove minnesota sorry. Walnut grove minnesota. Where the ingles lived for a year or so maybe maybe a couple of years But whole route we went to see Good jeffers petroglyphs was. It's a great site if you're ever in southern minnesota in the summertime she stopped by there and it's all these ancient rock drawings and they're just right there on this. This windswept bit of prairie whether buxom exposed red rock. And it's just it's gorgeous. But but right at the edge of that property or really deep wagon rut. And you know the the land never been farmed because of the rocks there and also a buffalo. You can see where the the buffalo rubbed up against the rocks to get rid of their winter coats.
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