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Lake Lanier Shore Sweep this weekend, northeast of Atlanta
"Is going to be cleaned out today, thanks to some volunteers were going to be tackling all the trash tires and such that are out there. Here's WSB Cheryl Castro on the store. It's called the annual sure Sweep. John Barker with Lake Lanier Association says the Corona virus pandemic played a big part of the amount of trash is folks headed for the lake in big numbers. The boat traffic on Lake was Fourth flavored a levels. I mean, middle of summer levels that early in the season and that seemed to continue. Volunteers will be working 6 FT. Apart to clean the lake, they'll be provided with masks, gloves and hand sanitizer and
Families Grateful Charges Were Filed In Soldiers’ Home Coronavirus Deaths, West Of Boston
"The Holyoke soldiers home now facing charges in connection with the deaths of dozens of veterans there from covert 19 Attorney General Maura Healey. Criminal charges against superintendent than at Walsh. And former medical director David Clinton. Thes charges stem from their alleged role in the deadly coded 19 outbreak at the Holy Oak Soldiers home. We believe this is the first criminal case in the country. Brought against those involved in nursing homes during the Cobain 19 pandemic more from WNBC TV Cheryl Fiandaca, Thank God I was just so grateful that was Laurie Mandeville bowed its reaction to the criminal charges filed against the former Holyoke soldiers, home superintendent and its medical director. Lori's dad, Jim, one of 76 veterans who died after getting Cove in 19 at the state run facility. I personally believe they deserve the maximum sentence under law. Cheryl Blaze feels the same way. Her dad Robert, also died of Covitz at Holy Oak, the decisions that they made to put Bets together in a room that somewhere positive somewhere negative. It was criminal. It was awful. I'm thrilled. I'm really, really happy that they're being held accountable. Attorney Tom Lesser represents more than 20 families. In a civil rights lawsuit, heartened that Bennett walls and Dr David Clinton are indicted, but says others are also to blame for the tragic deaths. We have. I've defended. We have the secretary of Veterans of Bears Arena we have the director of nursing You have the assistant director of nursing We think those are the five people most responsible. The family say they know they have a long road ahead. But they now believe they're one step closer to justice. Coming up Bloomberg
Selena Gomez issues plea to Facebook to stop platform sharing “hate, misinformation, racism, and bigotry”
"Selena Gomez is pleading with Facebook to better police misinformation and hate speech. Yesterday on Instagram, the singer called out Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and CEO Cheryl Sandburg for the lack of accountability, she said the platform is being used to spread hate, misinformation, racism and bigotry. The influential Gomez has 193 million followers on Instagram, which is owned by Facebook and tops. 77 million on Facebook itself,
How Police Misconduct Affects Cities and Taxpayers Financially
"For months. Protests over the police involved killings of Briana Taylor, George Floyd and others reinvigorated an intense debate over policing. Then the mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, announced the city would pay $12 million to Briana Taylor's family and institute. A number of police reforms that highlighted an aspect less discussed the financial impact of police misconduct on cities and taxpayers. NPR's Cheryl Corley reports. City's Khun face hundreds of lawsuits every year, charging, among other things, that police used excessive or deadly force or made a false arrest. Many times. Details of settlements are hidden behind confidentiality agreements. Law professor Joanna Schwartz studies how jurisdictions budget and pay for police legal expenses, she says. Although payouts Khun Total in the millions more often there in the thousands of dollars range and with an important determining factor, the number of cases filed and the number of dollars that are paid to resolve cases. Depends very much on where in the country you live claims against Big City Police Department's cost taxpayers about $300 million last year. One of the arguments in the ongoing protests over policing is that money for police could be better spent elsewhere and the clash between protesters and police following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Means Minneapolis and other cities could face a myriad of legal cost. In Chicago. Several groups work to resolve cases of people who have been wrongfully convicted. Two years ago, a federal jury awarded $17 million to Jack Rivera and was considered one of the largest police misconduct settlements in the city's history. I say that was kidnapped by the Chicago police, Roger Li. 55 years old. Now Rivera spent 21 years in prison for a murder. He did not commit framed, he says, by a now retired Chicago gang crimes. Detective Rivera is one of at least 20 who have been exonerated in cases where that detective lead the investigations. They set out to rob You convict me for whatever reasons why Rather, it was just a con the community that they got the perpetrator. Or whatever it may be. It's still not right because taxpayers have to pay for it. Victim's family have to relive this all over again what they think it's closed, and it's just painful for everybody. Over the past decade, Chicago has paid about a half billion dollars for police misconduct. Rivera attorney Locke Bowman is the head of the MacArthur Justice Center at Northwestern Law School, he says in cases where misconduct is clear, said he's often continue to fight against the allegations for months, sometimes years, and that could mean a hefty price tag for taxpayers. The decision to settle a case like that early ends up saving money for attorney's fees. And can result in Ah lower settlement before everybody gets dug in, and the price of the case goes up insurance policies and local budgets usually pay for judgments and claims. Jurisdictions hurting for cash may borrow issuing bonds to spread out payment, add bank fees and interest to investors. And those cost pile up with taxpayer's footing. The bill for police misconduct and as covert 19 devastates budgets nationwide. That could be a more frequent scenario. Chicago City Council Finance Committee Chairman Scott Waguespack says the city is working to break that expensive pattern and concentrating on police reforms so that we're not just saying, Okay, here's another settlement and good job negotiating it and move on, but really look at the deep seated issues within the department to start rooting out those problems. Activists argue tying police misconduct cost to police budgets could help prevent police wrongdoing as well as making police officers especially repeat offenders financially accountable. Currently so called qualified immunity rules shield officers from those costs that's changed in Colorado State representative Leslie Hair. It was the force behind the state's decision to drop its qualified immunity provisions. A new law requires officers guilty of wrongdoing to pay up to $25,000 and that if they were found to have acted in bad faith, violating someone's right, possibly ending in death. That they actually had to be held person responsible, just like anyone else who violated their policies and their obligations at their work with the law also allows officers to purchase liability insurance. Other jurisdictions looking to reduce police related lawsuits may follow that hybrid model of splitting settlement costs between cities and individual officers that just as victims or the families of people injured or killed by police misconduct. Continue to seek Justice. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS Chicago
A conversation with Leah Charles-King
"Thank you so much for joining me coming onto chat dementia. Yours really appreciate you taking time. Getting on during the pandemic and lockdown in general with the pandemic in lockdown I think as somebody who has suffered depression and obviously by now for a number of years. I'm so used to be an isolated so it's almost like on one hand. I feel like contrained for this. So when it will happen I, was just cool. Take some quite east being isolated and mainly because of my own doing however, they have been moments where it's just hit me out of the blue. And I felt quite. So panicked too anxious cheerful could be something that is triggered off the telly or something like that, and you just fight my gosh, this is really happening. Yeah. I. Found a quad roller coaster like even move cited than just just normally disorder that's a bit of a road effective. This felt like. That like an extra layer of rice, stress and everything but yeah. Okay I guess everybody should have been fitting a bit like that regardless of what they they have. Yeah I think. For the first time, they'll be a lot of people experiencing anxiety and depression. He would never have felt those feelings before. especially. Coming out vase I think it's the second pandemic presently. Let's talk about you more that you've had fascinating career. Could you please stop telling us about a Latte from cliche crtv up till today wow. Just briefly. Well, I go go band scientists say knees ache when I was about twelve years old my cousins and I, the three vessels together. We were discovered singing at a family party. We kind of decided to get into a girl band he was just very organic. And Rest Gateway of our childhoods for many as but loved it. Until we signs about the age of fifteen sixteen and we release some songs, snitch shots and we had a great time we told you flying Ritchie and we music videos and bill posters, and this was the days where there wasn't social media. Sorry. Is really difficult. Is such a shame to not to have all those videos and pictures and things like that that people have now they suits in the nineties wants the group. is about two thousand, one about yields so obsolete repented. Got Into TV I saw an advert full crtv the telly that's children's it and I was actually really depressed I. Didn't want to send a tape at done the tape at that point Sheryl Rail, which literally was vhs. And you know Cheryl's on East Coast to be a couple of minutes long. This was like half an hour forty minutes of me to to random stop interviewing people and just random things and. Sent tape off on the very last day. Just to push myself to do it really depressed because the Greek attended we'll start record sale. And that was the first time that Caridi remember suffering depression by sending the tape pain tonight was months later it fell at least I think get coal off gang final decision. So. went out to Birmingham condition and then went three weeks of you know like. X factor style will do. Things now and it was the very beginning of a very beginning of like reality. TV. So yes. So the kids the kids to me in and I became the first and only black female continuity presenter on cit in it's full forty history to date and which is a great accolade thoughts in two thousand, nine, hundred, ninety s no, which I'm sure we'll on seven and Bay botch. It was a it was a great experience. It was a really great experience, and then I go ahead taunted onto Disney and then from Disney I thin starting working for be in America's red carpet, and then I a launched B. E. T. International Kristine K., in Europe. So up in a lot I for a lot of things in and fortunately just over twenty as now I've been TV presenter Sherry it's a long journey and it should jenny. Has Come with a lot adversity, a lot of oppression. Sexism racism. The equally here I am and I'm still going and I'm grateful it comes with some great memories as well and great experiences.
'Stop work' order issued at parking structure that collapsed in Atlanta
"Collapse involving the same Midtown parking deck, the city of Atlanta issues a stop work order. I plan to fire Sergeant Cortez Stafford tells me. Workers were inside the parking deck at 5 30 West Peachtree Street. Shoring up the structure from the collapse that took place Friday when one or two he beamed from near the area that collapsed hand kick down in the centre of the structure. One worker happened to be on one of those upper floors and came down with the concrete. Stanford says The worker fell 5 to 7 floors. He's at Grady with serious but non life threatening injury. WSB Cheryl Castro says six workers were hurt Friday. At that same deck. The city says it's too dangerous to work on site area. The
Sheriff’s deputy in greater Atlanta area fired after video shows him repeatedly striking man
"Hour. Clinton County Deputy has lost his job after a social media video went viral, showing the White deputy pinning down and then punching. Ah black man fired for excessive force that the decision Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill made after an internal investigation into a social media video showing Rodrick Walker's arrest. Sheriff Hill says bond was denied due due to to a a felony felony probation probation warrant warrant out out of of Fulton Fulton County County for for multiple multiple charges charges against against Walker, Walker, including including cruelty cruelty to to Children Children and and possession possession of of a a firearm firearm by by convicted convicted felon felon Cheryl Castro. 95.5
Clean Up Your Dog Poop
"Nursing get started today at e CPI Dot. Edu. took. Elvis durant phone tap right. Let's just hop into the phone tap today the phone tap starring Danielle Manera. All right. What's it all about Christine emails and says, my mom walks her dog and never picks up the poop. Please call her and tell her that the people and they are upset about this. She loves her dog and she will not be very happy you love doing. Hoop phone taps poop. POOP is your friend. Hero Daniel doing the phone tap let's listen. Shall We? Looking for Leslie please breaking. My name is Cheryl. And I'm calling from the neighborhood. And people will have been really upset with you about your Chihuahuas. Won't. Yeah because you're letting them poop on everyone's lawn and you're not cleaning up after the not to know it is true that true yeah and you know there's a lot of people who are actually putting a petition together to have you get rid of the dogs. Got To be kidding me kidding you. They're like little tiny rats in the first place and you're letting them just poop anywhere. They want in the neighborhood. I'M GONNA make sure from now on that I can pick up every little single. That is there. A little too late to pick up the POOP. That's there because we have pictures of just leaving the poop and walking away listen you know what do you want me to do? Now I'm work I don't have time for this. So I cannot talk to you. I'm working on getting the poop out the neighborhood. All right. Well, I will make sure that from now on. Think picked up what about the pictures I have right now hello. That's my hope is now a better time I look I don't have time for this right now. Okay. Like I, said, I'm make sure that from now on every single poop is picked up and nothing is going to be left around and but also make sure that you on everybody else's dogs to make sure that there's no big dogs pooped all over the place because I found plenty especially even in my own front lawn. That the dogs around the neighborhood don't Poop as much as your dog. Okay Goodbye. There's little poops everywhere. Listen enough is enough I do not have time for this I don't care what you have time for. You know what I have time for I. Don't have time for stepping on Poop and getting it on my brand new. Manila. Blahnik. That's what I don't got time for all really listen first of all if you own a pair Manolas, you wouldn't believe in the neighborhood. Okay I spend all my money on right goodbye don't know right me goodbye don't hang up on me again. Hello. Dr Profit may help you. Yes. You can help me. You can stop picking all come on now in Belleville enough please. Give me answers that I'm looking for that. I WanNa know why you would let your Chihuahuas poop all over the neighborhood. How many times do I have to tell you? I do not do that and like I said from on I will strictly make sure that if in case I have left anything behind that, it will be picked up. Okay and guess what I also know you don't have a license for those two months and you know what I have. Them pick up like that. Okay. Then you know what you do, whatever you need to do and just leave me alone. Why are they so important to their dogs what do you care I do care I'm concerned citizen of the neighborhood. Okay good. So then you should be watching for other things and shootings and things that are going on in the neighborhood instead of constantly watching my dog okay you but you know what? That's already been there in the pig. Anymore, anywhere it has been we've got pictures of you walking away. Fine okay. Limit admitted say you're right I am not going to omit any I walked away from poop just say I walked from like I said if you do what you need to do and stop calling me at my job. Okay. Say I Anything. Say I walked away from poop no I'm not gonNA say that because that is not so but it is. So I have picked. Do whatever you need to do with your pictures. From, Pope don't you have anything better to do I'm not going to admit to that because I did not. All you have to do is say I walked away from poop. It's very simple. Listen please enough. Let me alone. Okay. This is a doctor's office. I don't have time for your. Enough. Is Enough. Yeah. This is exactly what you've been leaving around the neighborhood. I'M NOT GONNA say a walk away from poop. You're. I. Believe. That I am not going to say it. said. You want to
Atlanta - Waffle House celebrates its 65th birthday
"Anniversary To the Waffle House. House. WSB WSB Cheryl Cheryl Castro Castro reports reports Saturday Saturday was was the the waffle waffle Houses. Houses. 65th 65th birthday. birthday. It It was was Labor Labor Day Day 1955 1955 when when Joe Joe Rogers Rogers debuted the first ever Waffle House restaurant with Avondale Estates neighbor Tom Fortner. Since then, the late night all day breakfast chain has expanded to more than 1900 restaurants nationwide. Serving up more than two billion eggs and 1.8 billion orders of its signature hash browns alignment locations serve about 80,000 customers every day. WS
Suspects in custody after 1-year-old metro Atlanta boy was kidnapped
"Woman face multiple charges following a weekend kidnapping and shambling E that ended with the suspects. Arrest in Carroll County, Jessica Bamaca tells Channel two action news. Her sister had been pushing her nephew in his stroller when the armed suspects approached in broad daylight near their apartment, Sister. Hi, Uh, my name so I quickly ran outside, and I saw that she was crying. She's bleeding during a struggle with the kidnappers. The mom was able to take the man's gonna tear off a piece of his plaid shorts and pull off one of his shoes. Luckily, the boy is now safe. The investigation has been turned over to the FBI. Cheryl
Police identify pair accused of kidnapping 1-year-old Chamblee, Atlanta boy
"Home, say one year old Matteo Barrera was in a stroller on a walk with his mom near their apartment where the suspects kidnapped him at gunpoint. His aunt Jessica Bamaca, tells Channel two action news. You have no idea who they are personal. We don't know where they came from. You don't know what their intentions were Mater and Kristen Valera Zuniga are charged with kidnapping and aggravated assault. Police say Mateo's mom fought hard, grabbing their gun, even tearing away a piece of Mainers plaid shorts and pulling off one of his sneakers before they took off with her toddler. They were arrested hours later in Carroll County, Cheryl Castro 95.5 WSB WSB News Time is 11 0 to Georgia Football
Atlanta - Georgia reports 79 new coronavirus deaths, including 7 year old boy
"Virus report from Georgia Health officials today. WSB Cheryl Castro reports it comes With some especially tough new. The death toll is up by 79 in the latest 24 hour period, including a seven year old boy from Cobb County. We've learned the African American toddler had at least one underlying health issue. He's now Georges Youngest Cove in 19 patients to die from the virus. A total of 5400 people have died in Georgia since the pandemic began. 5 18 or younger. Cheryl
Speak now, or forever hold your peace
"Dear sugars my boyfriend and I had our first baby last month, and now I'm fortunate enough to be a stay at home mom to are beautiful seven week old boy since getting pregnant we've discussed getting married and we decided we should get engaged a few days ago I came across a ring sized box. My boyfriend was obviously planning on giving me. It had the name of a company on it and I immediately googled it out of curiosity. I was taken aback when I found this company sells cubic zirconiums, rings that cost about twenty dollars. So I did something that I now regret I peeked inside the box. It was an engagement and wedding ring set that I saw on the website cost twenty dollars and ninety nine cents. I'm both upset and baffled by this because my boyfriend is not one to be cheap when it comes to jewelry. I showed him a ring that I wanted, which costs around three hundred dollars I thought that was fairly inexpensive for an engagement ring. So, here's my question. Do I say something to him about it when he gives it to me? I'm truly hurt that he would be so cheap when it comes to such an important moment. Then again I don't want to be shallow and I'm incredibly grateful for our life together and I'm lucky to have such a great partner. The ring itself is fine and actually pretty, but it's not really what I wanted signed speak now or forever hold my peace. Fired up about this ticket thing. Okay and I got a feeling we're headed towards the trouble here with her answers I'm just a the the the boom will be lowered by all chair. Okay. I'll Cherono dum boom we'll be lowered by a remarkably useful looking Cheryl. Okay. So this is a little bit complicated because we don't know your economic circumstances it sounds to me speak now like you are a stay at home mom. Which means there's one income you decide to make this long good promise. But when you say that your boyfriend by nature your soon to be fiancee is not cheap about jewelry I. Assume that means that character logically, he understands that it's important and this is an important moment. So I am genuinely baffled along with you as to why he would give you a twenty dollar ring rather than three hundred dollar ring which sounds. For many people like well for a big occasion, that's a very reasonable amount of money to spend on an engagement ring but I don't know your circumstances and I don't know your your fiance's if he's your fiance by this I don't know his anxieties about caring for this new baby. What is clear as he isn't hiding it from you, he isn't trying to pass off this cubic zirconiums as a nd he's quite open. About it I think you have to bring it up with him because you're GonNa have that ring on your finger hopefully until death do you part? So it feels like to fundamental a nagging doubt to ignore. But I I'm of the mind just because of my orientation on things that it's about the commitment that he's making to you and how loving and supportive and connected he is to you not about a piece of jewelry. Lower the boom speak now or forever hold your peace. You're not being cheap or shallow by telling him that this that he made a mistake. I understand everything Steve is saying about your economic realities it sounds to me I mean, first of all, she knows their realities and she isn't saying, well, I told him that I loved the three hundred dollar ring. But I knew that we really couldn't afford it because times are tough. Okay. She didn't say that to us. She said that by way of saying this. would be the reasonable ring for him to get for her for such an occasion. This is as you note, a ring that she's going to be wearing for the rest of her life, and so you know what? I'm sad for you about is, of course, we want our engagements to be fairytale and we want them to line up with the joy in the happiness and. You know of the relationships we have with our partners but sometimes in the course of those big moments, even people who are glorious and lovely inconsiderate and generous and wonderful, and all these other ways botched the job and I think that this is what happened with your boyfriend speak now and I don't think that he meant to hurt your feelings or make you feel. Like you weren't valuable to him. But I do think that he was wrong to give you a ring, the costs less than twenty one dollars I do think that this was a major fumble that you will laugh about in years to come but only if you can fix it okay, I would sit down and say I was so touched that you gave me this ring. But this ring is not what I had in mind and it's really important to me that I looked down at my hand for all the rest of my life and feel nothing but love and joy and gratitude for the bond that we have and this ring makes me feel bad and yes, it is because it only costs twenty dollars ninety nine cents you
Brockton Crash Victims Identified As Boston Area Mother And Daughter,
"Died in a crash this past weekend and Brock and have been identified as a mother and daughter, Cheryl Washburn off Brockton. Her daughter, Stacy Sally of West Bridgewater, were killed in a head on crash early Sunday morning on route 27. The driver who police say caused that crash is in serious condition remains hospitalized this morning.
Atlanta - Georgia Democratic lawmaker Vernon Jones to speak at RNC
"Of speakers at the Republican National Convention, which begins tomorrow in Charlotte, WSB. Cheryl Castro reports. He's not even a Republican to Camp County Democrat Vernon Jones officially endorsed President Trump Back in April. He's the only Georgia Democrat to do so. The state rep is set to speak Monday night at the kickoff of the four day convention. Jones tweeting out this president through all of the good he has done has united our country. Now it's time for our country on both sides of the aisle to unite behind him. Jones was on word on the street earlier tonight, talking about last week's Democratic National Convention. That whole charade of putting those black people all those life people up there. That was because they are freed that that wall has cracked and black people becoming woke, and they're not going to allow their vote to continue to be taken for granted. WSB news time 11 03 cannot in
Conversation With Cheryl Walsh
"We're going to jump into this interview with Cheryl Wash in just a second, if you are hearing this announcement doesn't mean you are listening to the free version of the podcast that means you won't be here in the full interview today was show. So if you want to hear more printing in house had generate siles from your fine art photography had a mock it. You'll find out photography and find buyers for your work. If you want to hear more bet all of that grab a pre-membership, he can trial it for thirty days for one dollar of red photo basics. Dot Com Ford Slash Tri. Photocopies X DOT COM slash try sign up, get full access to the interview with. Today plus get access to the full back catalogue and everything else that goes along with premium membership. Hopefully, I'll see you in this soon. Isis it's time for Andrew. Special guest. The time fine art photographer gets thrown around a lot in our industry. In some cases, it feels like the photographer is purely looking for liable to place on their work that files to successfully deliver an idea message on emotion. Today's guest is a portrait and underwater fine art photographer and she does not fall into that category. Her photography has a dream like appearance featuring floating goddesses that appear to be more like masterful paintings than photographic. She says, I shoot dramatic underwater portrait's that are reflective of overcoming troubles in my life. She only photographs in our pool and she maintains full control over her work by doing all the printing herself. Time was divided between high school, senior photography and fine out underwater and portrait photography. But now it's one hundred percent underwater photography and she's earned way too many awards to list here that include to mention just a few international portrait image of the year winner of the coveted wpri Grand Award two thousand and sixteen triple massive distinction from WPI. I'm talking about, Cheryl? And I'm rat to have a he with his now Cheryl. Welcome. Thank you so much. It's my pleasure when you hear about Y- I, guess you photography business does it surprise you that you are where you are now? Oh, absolutely. Yes. Yeah. I'm a middle aged mom with a minivan. and. That's Kinda how I think of myself. The rest is sort of all been you know fill in the time. A to get the sense on I'm not sure these dotted at photographing seniors and then failing to the underwater photography at the white went. Yeah. Yeah. I started out like a lot of photographers do knowing I wanted to you know to make a living with my camera tried a lot of different things tried weddings and babies families, and and very quickly discovered that my passion was for these seventeen. Year olds who were not quite adults yet but not children either, and that's the only time in their whole life. They get to be in that kind of inbetween place and I just loved working with them and capturing them who they were not based on Taga Fi trends but really truly an editorial style who they were and I absolutely love doing not. So that's where I put my focus. And in the process of that I sort of fell into trying underwater photography with a senior with her prom dress on and the very first time I. Did it. I realized that this was going to become a problem. I really liked it a lot and Kinda got hooked. Yeah. So. How different was that I image will those first images compared to what you're creating did I I would say like night and day but night and day are both times of the day. So they have something in common. No my work when I first started looks absolutely nothing like what I'm doing. Now it's certainly evolved completely you know I from a technical standpoint and then from an artistic standpoint, I have a pretty clear voice in my work. Now that I had no idea I was even going to want to have from the beginning. I said in the intro there and I read I. Think it was in you'll bile summer online. That's you looking to overcome troubles in your life. What kind of troubles are you trying to escape for a more to hide or to mask? Well at one point, I was very heartbroken and you know kind of depressed about that and I couldn't seem to make that feeling go away. And I certainly didn't want anybody else feeling that way. So I thought, you know the feeling isn't going away I might as well move forward with my life and just do what I can. So the least I can do is create artwork that brings a sense of calmness and peacefulness to the world. So that's where my focus was I didn't want anyone else to feel bad. So why make depressing work? So I may stuff that sort of light and escapism. Just to give people a few minutes to sort of escape from the world and get lost in something. Beautiful. Like that. Do. You feel like you're doing that when you In images that Ukraine today. Actually, you know I got through the last like four years or so I really worked through that situation and And really happy now and very fulfilled and find sometimes it's harder to make artwork when unhappy and distracted with other aspects of my life. Yeah. So have you actually noticed a difference in your photography now that you're actually feeling happier I do yeah I really do a lot of its storytelling has most all of my images are based on stories and just the stories themselves have changed. So the focus of what I'm doing has changed and now I'm working on a project that isn't even based on on a story that revolves around me in my life. It's sort of a whole separate set of photographs and I'm excited about that. I'm excited about doing something that's different. So
Georgia becomes 10th state to top 5,000 virus deaths
"George has reached another Corona virus milestone. Today. We get the details on that from WSB Cheryl Castro. As expected, our state has crossed the 5000 mark for deaths caused by the Corona virus. The Georgia Department of Public Health released a new total Saturday with 5092 deaths since the pandemic began. Georgia, which is the eighth biggest state in terms of population, ranks, 10th and overall Corona virus deaths. The new data coming on the same day, the worldwide cove in 19 death toll rose passed 800,000. The U. S late. The death toll around the world with over
New data released from Georgia's Department of Public Health shows promising new coronavirus data, metro Atlanta still a hot spot
"George's fight against the Corona virus Pandemic W speed. Cheryl Castro has details on new data released Friday evening by the Georgia Department of Public Health. The DPH report shows weekly case numbers dropped by 11% between August 10th and 17th. A seven day average of new cases reported is down 30% from Georgia Speak on July 24th. The highest percent of case number still comes from the high population counties in metro Atlanta Fulton, Gwinnett to cabin Cop counties have the highest case numbers as before. But these counties are actually experiencing a 20 to 30% decrease in case numbers. Cheryl Castro 95.5 WSB
"cheryl" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"I then was experienced enough enough as both a writer and a person where it is only me like obviously all my influences are always inside of me, but they weren't. They weren't in any way guideposts for me. In any kind of technical way the way they were in torch like I decided to trust my own light, and then with sugar. You know I stepped into it more. Because of course I had finished the first draft of wild, so everything I learned in wild was then brought into that those sugar columns. Your next book tiny beautiful things was published in twenty twelve, and contains advice on love and life from your dear Sugar Collins in Navarre Dallas adapt the book for the stage and played the part of dear sugar in these sold out twenty sixteen production at the Public Theater in New York City which I saw, which was just magnificent. Thank you. I loved it so much. The play was directed by Thomas Kale who co created and directed Hamilton. He's also been a guest on design matters and somebody who I absolutely adore. How involved were you in the production? Yeah, I was really involved so from the very beginning it was this thing that Tommy Kale and nearby and also Marshall Heyman and I cooked up together. We met a few times around a table for a few days in New York and first of all just talked about what it could be what it might look like. Know really went out the book and made it into a script, and we read it out loud to each other, and Hash that out, and talked it out, and then started. They started rehearsing, and it was such a cool process to be part of because. You know with adaptation in both cases with the movie and the play I early on decided. Okay, the book is mine. The book is what I made, and then now this is other artists essentially bringing their own. Lives and visions and thoughts to the work and making something new. It's so. I'm not the kind of like the fairy godmother of it. You know like the great grandmother of it or something, so I wish it well. And I weigh in when I think it matters, but also really just honor. That relationship I guess that that that these other artists get to have their own relationship to the work and make something new of it and so i. was there every step along the way, and but also just really bearing witness to that creation to, and it's now when weeks have get back to normal again. Normal in quotes, life it is a play that going and traveling in regional theaters, and so forth right? Yeah, so it's not. Not traveling what it's doing is each different theater companies across the nation, and in Canada as well. You are making a productions of it so you? It's not one cast that's going around from theater that that that each different theater licenses the play and makes that last year in two thousand nineteen, it was one of the top ten most produced plays in the nation, and we were looking at. You know it was looking strong for twenty twenty two and What happened is of course pandemic, and now we can't gather and so that's been really. kind of a Bummer, but I hope that when we can gather a gun, the tiny beautiful things will be seen on many stages. Yes, I understand you've been at a sort of crossroads now is different. Opportunities have come your way weighing the reasons to do it weighing the reasons not to do it, and you've stated it's not about the number of things on the list. It's about the weight of those things, and almost always you think that the things that mean and matter the most really come down to one question, and that question is what do you really want to do? And I wanted to see if you can help me understand how to know when something is the thing you really WanNa do. Gosh again with a harder. So. For me that deepest wanting, it's not that it's the easiest thing to do. It's it's the thing about which you feel like I can may I can create something that feels larger than me if I decide to do this. So if I if I write a book, and not only is it an deepen true expression? Of some deep untrue things I WANNA put into the world. If it's not only that, and then it becomes also something that is meaningful to others. That's a big thing to contribute to the world, and I think that for me. That sense of like rightness or a sense of like if this mission is fulfilled will extend beyond my small little life like I feel that as I feel that as sort of powerful call. One of the things that you are doing that I think is so so helpful right now is hosting a new podcast from the New York Times titled Sugar Calling. How would you describe it for our listeners so sugar? Colleen was conceived at a when we all really that first week or so and most of us in the United States were. Hauling up in our states were going on. You know shelter at home orders, and so forth and a lot of people online were saying Cheryl. We need advice. We need sugar to come back and at least two Tobin who's? The executive producer at the New York Times of in the audio department was like how upbringing sugar back and I said well, he no I. Don't feel like my job right now is to give people advice about how to face this moment because I think. So, many of the questions would be so kind of universal. You know instead how what we do it. Instead of giving advice that I go seek wisdom and I seek wisdom from. People you know the source of so much wisdom books as I said have been the place where I found myself and found wisdom and insight so how `Bout I talked to authors and specifically authors over the age of sixty. That that age group, not only being wise elders, but also the the the group that we've been hearing over, and over again are the most at risk of dying of this virus, and so I just decided to reach out to the literary elders who you know who have informed me. George. Who is my mentor at Syracuse University? PICO IR Amy Tan. Joy Harjo. Julia Louis reason we had. Judy blume really is just a pop-up podcast. I did eight episodes in the now I'm like okay I'm going to take a break and come back. Maybe but it really was amazing to me. How many listeners said thank you I needed that and I think it's just a Kalman forest to simply hear from people like yeah, you know what times have been hard before and I. Survived Times are hard now. We will survive this and I love that. That's what the feeling that people get when they listened to the podcast. What is it like for you to be the person asking the questions instead of answering them oh? It's so fun I. Mean It's ridiculous. It's like I'm like seriously. I was like. What do you mean I get to call Judy blume like Judy blume. The way I described like when I went to Harvard and thirty house like this. This is such a far off land I didn't even imagine it was real like that's. That's kind of odd judy. Blume is like okay wait. She's an actual person. Okay, because for so long. I mean that woman taught me. She taught me direction was she taught me everything? She taught me so much, Ito you? You are calling writers. All of whom are over sixty and You've declared that there's something that's built into our language wherein we associate old as an insult. Why. Why do you think that is? Because we are such an ages culture, it was really interesting when I was trying to come up with the descriptive language for this podcast. And even asking the I guess. Like? Going to be offended if I say OH, writers over sixty, because it's like Oh, is our am I in some ways putting them into a category that you know people don't WanNa. They don't want to be in that category and I. It was. It was just fascinating to me how? We do see if somebody calls me an old woman. Very. Often like that feels a little bit like an slight insult, doesn't it yeah? Yeah and I was at the same time that I was. Thinking about this like how to talk about the fact that I'm talking to elders. I was looking again at this. This book of poetry that my mother gave me a long time ago right before she died actually by the Japanese poets, Shintaro Sonic Iowa and I'm probably saying it wrong but that's that's how it said phonetically. And I was reading some of his poetry, and it's an English translation from the Japanese and there are times with the English refers to old man and old woman. And there's a translator's note and it says..
"cheryl" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"You could say that Cheryl strayed is very adaptable. Her Memoir Wild was adapted into a movie, starring Reese Witherspoon another book. Tiny beautiful things was adapted for the stage by Navarre Dallas and Thomas Kale Tiny beautiful things itself was adapted from an advice column. She once wrote called Dear. Sugar and that advice column has ultimately been adapted into a New York. Times podcast called sugar calling. To talk about it all. I'm joined by Cheryl strayed. Who was recording herself in her home in Portland Oregon? Cheryl strayed welcome to design matters. Hi Debbie I am so thrilled to be here I've I'm a fan of the PODCAST and I've been dying to talk to you for ages so glad I'm. I understand that you're socially isolating in Portland with your husband Bryan and your two teenagers, one of whom just had a sixteenth birthday. Yes, how are you all doing? First of all we're doing great and we're so lucky to have each other and to have our health, and to be secure and safe, and all of that and yet. And yet, and yet there are challenges it's it's the teenage years as you know are are meant to be times when the kids are social distancing from there. They like? They don't only be in the house with us all the time, and so I feel for them and everything. Fun On our horizon has been canceled, so we were having to think of new fun. Things and the teenagers have a different idea of fun than than the adults do. It turns out. I listened to a recent podcast where you said that. This pandemic has made it clear to you that the first thing you are a writer. was that ever really in doubt? No no, it was never in doubt inside myself, but what I meant by that is. One of the things that happened after wild became a bestseller is suddenly. I had so many opportunities that were not writing. They were writing adjacent. For example I, now have a really active career as a as a paid public speaker. I never I mean. I do unpaid public talks to, but what I mean is I. Never in my wildest dreams imagined that I would be. Traveling the world, giving talks and I and I am like I, actually have a whole career of that in addition to my writing, and that was born out of a combination of a wild success, and then also my. Much to my surprise I good at it and I enjoy it and so. It got really easy to say yes to talks, and yes, I'll go there and yes I'll do this. I say not a lot to it became this thing I could do to earn money and to to feel like I was doing interesting. Important work in the world that in some ways would be not a replacement for my writing, but sometimes a little easier. Easier it'd be like oops. I can't write today because I have to fly. You Know Dallas to give a talk or something, and that has been taken away now with this pandemic. All of my public engagements have been canceled and I know I'm not alone in that other writers who talks have that experience too, so it's like Oh. Okay back to my origins. Right, my way out of this. I understand that your huge planner as a my, and it's hard for you not to know what you're doing next month or July or August. How you managing your schedule? I'm I'm mostly asking this for my own sake. To really get a sense of how you're managing. It's really interesting, isn't it? I mean for me I realized. That planning has always made me feel safe, and it's always been for me. the vehicle of ambitions. What I mean by that is that setting intentions has always been really important for me in terms of like if I'm in a place whether it be emotionally or professionally or financially that that that is not a good place I think okay. My intention is to go there and I make a plan I. See it on the horizon, and I think about the steps I need to take to get there and so on the deepest level planning. Planning has been actually an incredibly healing act for me. It's also been just I get pleasure from knowing the logistics of everything. I'm a detail person I love maybe that sense of control. That I have when I look at my calendar. Go okay, we're going to do this in June and that in July in that in August and this time next year we'll be here. You know and I love. That gives me in a kind of. Pleasure even joke with my husband, our long-running argument, so let's see we've met. We met in nineteen ninety-five. So I guess it'll be twenty five years since we met this fall this. September. My running joke with him, you know we've been fighting for for decades about him. Not Putting things on the calendar, not Venus planner. And then every once in a while, he'll do it like he'll put something on the calendar and I'm like that is the sexiest thing you ever did for me. Yeah Yeah I told my love language. Yes, what about you? Well? I know that you're a list maker and you're not only listening, but you make sub list here lists, and I do the same things, and I am so. I. Don't know what the word would be. Attached to my calendar. I have a paper calendar I've had a paper calendar for decades and my dad used to send me the American Express Book Calendar, which I used to use, and then he passed away, so I needed another vehicle, and so I just have this little paper calendar. It's actually little, but it's two year calendar and I am attached to this thing it goes with me everywhere. When Roxanne and I were in Italy over the over last summer, I left it in the hotel, one of our hotel rooms and didn't realize it till we were hours away and I was inconsolable i. mean it was almost like we need to go home because of my calendar. She actually was able to get it for me. She she who is, she's the most amazing human on the planet. She actually was able to call the hotel. Get the planner from the room and have it sent me at our next hotel and he actually said it's because she's nice to the cleaning. People in the hotel. I think that's true. Which is why they sent it to us why they found it and send it to us, but I am also hotel that Debbie. Not? The hotels I used to go. It is. She opens doors well. I'm a big fan of Roxanne as well, but I have to tell you like I know you're speaking to a real kindred spirit here because. I know that feeling too I. Think you know that you felt untethered? An lost without it is it feels like a the thing that anchors me to my life, and and even though I know rationally like we don't have. Control of what's to come. It's some symbol I like yeah i. like kind of feeling like I can write. And I didn't even answer your question. So how am I dealing with it? The first thing I was kind of in denial like a lot of people. What I decided is the pandemic with last about eight weeks. At least its impact on my life would be you know that was the first thing like okay. Everything is canceled in March and April and may be may but June and July and August are totally on right. And then as the weeks passed, I realized Oh my Gosh, you know and I finally you know I had to do. The thing I have many times advised others to do. When they feel powerless is to surrender and to accept. That's about accepting. What's true accepting?.
"cheryl" Discussed on Conversations
"Oh my gosh just rolling on the floor laughing but a lot of the funniest things in litter end up being not very funny in actual life so then you spend the first days going through this desert as you head north and without speaking to another saul. What goes through your mind when you're truly on your own without distractions other than the need to actually keep going and survive. Most of them can't be set on radio. Most of the things that we're going through my mind but really for the first day of my hike. Not Not only did I not speak to another human being. I didn't see another human being. I was really in a very remote place and alone truly alone. I went out there knowing that I was going to be a solitary hiked. It was more solitary than I expected it to be. And what I was thinking is that I was into that. I'd really you know that this was harder than I thought it would be and harder physically. That pack was so heavy that everywhere it made contact with my body it blistered and rub my skin away and also just the sheer strength. It took to keep walking beneath that pack and not just walking along a nice little paved flat trail. We're talking about going up and down mountains up and down up and down and each of those mountains being incredibly punishing in all kinds of weather you know and and so I quickly learned that it was going to be hard and it wasn't going to be fun a lot of times but what would always happen is even in those early days that were so hard and my feet were killing me. Everything was killing me that it was so beautiful. It was so unbelievably magnificent that I couldn't help but feel so lucky to be there and that was in the right place and here I'd come off this part of my life that I was always crying and feeling depressed and suddenly. I didn't even think about those things I was thinking. Where's the next water source? How am I going to get up this mountain? Look at this. Amazing sunset is a mountain. Mind going to eat me etc. Some pretty Give us as well stoved and work and they kind of gas in it so that it was my mother stoves taking a stove with you in the first place. And then you what happened to your booth Cheryl. Well you know my boots about six weeks into my hike. One of my boots fell over the side of the mountain out of reach really far. I mean you know literally over the side of a cliff and so there I was. I mean that's the reason there's that one boot on the cover because for that moment that time I had one boot was only a brief time. That had one boot because I realize pretty immediately that one Buddhist useless and so what else to do but throw it over the edge to join its mate. So what did you do to substitute? I made boots out of duct tape. And how did that go? I should've patented might have duct tape actually so I had these little sports sandals and took the duct tape and wrapped the sandals in duct tape. And I really frankly at that point my boot said been killing me. I lost six toenails in the course of my and I always had foot trouble all along the way and so wearing those those duct tape sandal boots weren't weren't any worse than than anything else. Though I will say they started falling apart by the time I reached my next stop. You met lot of the people on the way they were. You know hippies trial angels Christian boy. Scouts what what would people like when you encountered them on the trial. You must have been a bit fearful you there. You are alone running into individuals or small groups of people with a on the trial wonderful. It wasn't there wasn't a sense of fear on the trail when I ran into people did at one point have a negative experience with with two men towards the end of my trip but everyone else I met on the trail with there was just this amazing sense of kindness and kinship and generosity. If you needed something they were going to give it to you. If they needed something I was going to handed over and it was just that you know as I said I went the first eight days without seeing another person that was the longest stretch but it was very normal for me to go two or three days without seeing people and so when you did come upon them you were so happy to be talking to somebody who is essentially suffering the same things you are and what was interesting. Most of the people I met were men who were hiking partner as partners or a man and a woman team and you know they were also just so excited to talk to. Who wasn't the person they were hiking with? Because so many of those pairs just loathed each other. You know by the by the end but you hockey with yourself well. You can't get away from the hockey. I was really keen to get away from that person. That voice in my head that was often know doing things like playing jingles from it. Absurd commercials and ads. I'd heard throughout my life and such so. It was nice to have conversation. Were you sick of yourself? I think that I wasn't so much sick of myself as going to a deep place within myself there were things I ended up thinking about. That would just rise. You know when you have that much solitary silence. There are parts of your life that you don't even know that you remember that one day emerged one example or you're not even aware that lives within you. One example is that the day of my Mother's fiftieth birthday. I woke up and I just felt enraged with her. This woman who I love so much and I spent the day really going through in my head. All the things she'd done wrong as a mother and just feeling going deep into that anger. So that's that's the sort of thing that would arise. It wasn't so much the old self repeating itself over and over but rather going very deep you kind of long scary. Not One night where you completely terrified. Tell me about that not in came that fear you know all of those things and not just that night but I think throughout the trail and before I went on the trail what I had to do was say to myself I will not be afraid which is of course contrary to what I actually felt at times. You sight out loud. I would say it out loud or to myself in my head and it was so thing that allowed me to take the hike you know. I think that we all have received that message but probably especially women that you know. We're not supposed to go anywhere alone especially into the wild that's foolhardy and you're asking for it and all of those things and I just decided early on that that I that I would need to. Just tell myself you're not afraid you are not afraid and even you know those times when I faltered. I would say you're okay. And you're the strongest person here. Of course that only that I was the only person here but you know I just. I had to create a new story for myself. Whitby Hawk finish. I finished my hike and here this is under the category again of real life. Hansi such such beauty that if you made it up in fiction everyone your writers group would say no no no. You can't have this the bridge. I finished at the Columbia River which forms the border of between at work and in Washington States Oregon and Washington. And there's a bridge that spans the river in this place. The PGA crosses it and it's called the bridge of the Gods and it's a beautiful bridge and here. It is the bridge of the Gods. That was my destination and here I was on this. This trek of really that was ultimately spiritual journey not spiritual in any kind of Christian traditional sense but spiritual nonetheless and so for me to end their just felt rather perfect. What did the trial due to your body at the end of it you mentioned six lost what else well. I lost a lot of weight. If anyone wants to slim down just put on eighty pound pack and start walking. I could write like A. Pcp Diet Book. It entails a lot of suffering but I lost weight I got really strong I was incredibly calloused in the where my hip belt wrapped around me and cinched that whole all of that flesh became what I call in the book like Tree Bark Plus Dead. Chicken is the the sort of not very attractive. I know but I'm just incredibly callous. Because I was so finally just shaved in my skin. Just you know built itself up for years whenever I would get a massage the masseuse. Your feet are so strong. I didn't know that feet could be strong but apparently I had strong feet and yeah my body changed in those ways and mostly i. I felt a altered inside. You met your husband at the end of the trial to. How did that happen nine days? After I finished my hike I met. Yes my husband. I was always short of money and and I when I finished my hike. I had twenty cents left and I really had twenty cents left in the whole world. No no credit cards. Nobody to call But I had a friend who lives in Portland Oregon which is about forty five minutes from where I finished the hike and she said you can come. Stay with me until you get a job and so I got there and I had a yard sale and I sold something to the man who that night invited me to dinner. And he introduced me to his friend. Bryan who's now my husband. So it was a magic yard sale through which I met my husband. What do you want to tell you a twenty six year old? Now that you've written the book that Young Woman. Who WENT ON THAT HIKE? The it'll be okay and that you did the right thing you know. I think that so much of my twenty s. There was always the sense. Things wouldn't be okay. There's a real melodrama to youth and age humbles you and makes you realize that you know that we all suffer and we can all get through it and that life isn't perfect but it can be beautiful nonetheless. What a beautiful story. Two Ladies and gentlemen please thank the Amazing Cheryl strayed podcast broadcast and online. You're listening to conversations with Richard. Fidler find out more about the conversations. Podcast JUST HEAD TO ABC dot net dot edu slash conversations..
"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"The start of the trail. The exhaust trail to the plane is not here. Exactly a a plane lake. But it'll be about a plane link that you'll see and then this whole come together this exhaust trail and it will just form like a tail out here and this will end up this painting and about thirty to ninety seconds and it may be as long as like ten or fifteen or twenty playing likes and then it evaporates disappears. Just like if you're up in Lake Tahoe and you're breathing on a cold day and you breathe out and you see like a little contract coming out and then Bingo at disappears. Same thing with the jet okay. So this is this is what is A legitimate contrel from a jet High flying jet plane okay. Now what we're here to talk about tonight. Is these lingering what are called lingering contrails by some? But they're not actually lingering contrails there chem trails so we'll call them for what they are chem trails and the big difference. It that we can see right away when we look up and we see a trail forming is we'll see the trail starting right at the wing tip of the plane. Usually it's the right behind the The I wing and it doesn't have to be the behind the engine. It's really hard to see at when these high flying planes exactly where the engine is anyway. But it's coming right off the wingtip either the front wing tip or the rear wing team. Sometimes you see him coming off a here okay. And they start coming out. And they'll be billowing. Thick looks like Looks like smoke And then several. Oh maybe a ways behind the plane you'll see them start to spread out and they form like ropes curly. Hughes start to form on both sides. You'll see him like this. This is actually the they start to disperse and these are formed by the pulsing of the pump in the plane. That's actually pumping out this material. That is forming the campaign trail. And you never see this in a controversial because it's just from the jet engine revolution which is you know thousands of revolutions per minute versus here. it's the the revolutions are much much slower. So you can actually see the definition and this is one of the real identifying characteristics of the chem trails that you will say and the other is that it starts right from the plane because these do not have to condense in the same way as a contrails does it's a material being sprayed I think most of the time it's actually a powder it can also be a liquid but obviously aluminum powder is a A material that does form a a collar white it from that standpoint it looks similar to contra but that's the only the only way it looks similar so these are the camp trails. They'll dealt spread out four different distances. It may last the entire day it may last an hour I I don't know why They last those different links tiny could be different materials or it could be a different atmospheric conditions We don't know all the details on these chem trails. But it's it's obvious when you look up that you can see the difference and then you'll also notice in the atmosphere that there will be a haze oftentimes for a day or two following the spray operation. You'll see a haze in the in the air. That is uncharacteristic for the area particularly here in the San Francisco and Marin area where we have very little air pollution and will end up with it looked like Los Angeles so these are some of the things that you can look for on the chem trails when you're trying to spot them and and show your friends and family what's happening I think this is very very important that we get a grip on on what these things are that it's real and that we need to do something about it. Thank you thank you so much for being here to come on and share with your viewers my experiences. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the Information. You've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influence your life. By emailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Transformation a g mail DOT COM for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call. Four one five two four six six eight eight one with as a gift. You can get Doctor. Cheryl's booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of postage of seven dollars and ninety five cents until next time. Feel healthy and happy in your wealth no matter where you are in your life..
"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"Our time has gone by so fast. We only have like a five minutes left. Okay I mean this I. It's like a time warp here. Yeah so what I want to ask you. Is You know I know we really haven't covered. Well this is. All part of it is Yeah this was the paradigm that I found where the aliveness of nature calls to us and we are. Apart of sat where water we are that aliveness. We are power trees. That communicated with me in my dreams started communicating with me in my waking state. And that's what I talk about. In this dream. The dream up to the sixth son is that this isn't there is there. Was there seeds that were being planted? here's one that I looked at. I walk up the mountain with a group of people. We are on retreat in the desert. The flap of the birds wings makes makes stuck quickly as it flies overhead. I glance upward in. I see that it has a tremendous wingspan. This this that diminishes us by comparison at makes bird look like a large airplane but he Just skipped through it. He a lights on the boulder just a few feet away from us. I tilt my head back. And we end his foot and see his full flight. He adjusts his wings majestically at his sides in looks at me his His Dark I tells me he is there for a reason for us to drink in the wonder of his splendor we can't help but behold him unravel in his royal presence and it is that where. I leave off and this book begins and in this one Oh just read really briefly that That part where I mentioned to you that we have arrived in the thick of the sixth son as the Mayan Anasta. Calendars prophesied. My hope is that you will turn the KNOB. Open the door and find the harmony and balance your heart longs for as the Aztec poet Dorchi. We'd sleep which Leanne tells us. It is not true. It is not true that we come to this earth to live we come only to sleep and only to dream and that is what this is about going through fear finding those places within. Us worry we are one with everything we don't find them neatly laid out. I certainly didn't I had to really dig dig deep. I had to allow myself to be transformed and to let go of my earthly addictions Amen. I mean that's what our society feeds into. Its it takes work. It takes discipline it takes dead. It does I. I've been out this for forty years. I'm just coming up with this and this is where I really face the demons. I invite them that fear. It was my demons coming to stop me to say you can't dream big. You can't be who you really are. But our real spirit is that connects. It's race sparrow in that. I was going to ask before you did this. What can you share with the viewers to assist to help them to free themselves enough to be able to listen to their dreams and I know sometimes dreams are kind of abstract and it's hard to interpret but when you get in the practice of it it becomes avenue really does open up? Yes everybody has his cabinet. Guide them Yes for me. It was letting go of my addictions big time. You know whatever I needed shopping money boyfriends bins. All of that. I had to learn how to be a human being and being yourself at innately naturally. Yeah whole whole family. Yes afraid of power but not to pump ourselves up. Put myself up with it. That's the ego yet. Exactly and what? What the real lesson for me has been is to recognize when I'm in the EGO. Unrecognized quin higher. Oh I've been working on that for years. Yeah it's it's a challenge. It is to challenge. It is and listening to your hair yourself but thank you so much. This has been wonderful idea. I could probably go on for another. Yeah you know Nice. I thought that I had it all planned out. But you know it was almost like. I went back into those places to to illicit will. Nobody's really gone because this I love using this as an example for people to learn from. That's what this is about. You know aside for of course you sharing your intimate connection here. Thank you can. I just read this paragraph go. Okay okay so here's quote. Leak was worked. I started meeting with the Gods and goddesses went along and started will. How do they play into our lives today? So when I started writing this is what started opening up for me. I am the mother of your mother providing the spiritual nourishment that will take your last breath and bring you safely into the next stage of awareness. I continue to do my dream work Aware of your actions in other worlds where you create and Co create with yourself and sister and brother travelers. Everyone dreams but most have forgotten. That sleep is more than a time to rest. Sleek is for sharpening your spiritual senses a rich period of creativity to dream within. Dreaming is a gift when gifts to oneself the ability to remember increases in time and the space will. Yes and thank you so much. I hope you enjoy today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life. Emailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Transformation at g mail DOT COM for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call. Four one five two four six six eight eight one as a gift. You can get Doctor. Cheryl's booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of postage of seven dollars. Ninety five cents until next time feel healthy and happy in your well no matter where you are in your life..
"cheryl" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"Music don't know them they are phenomenal. This man's voice is so unique like you could pick him out. Uh in among a million people. What is the song the songs called Refiner? How'd you hear about it? I heard about the song initially a friend of mine and I hi we send music tweet this and we just send a text and say what have you heard about this and what do you know about this. And so. She sent me a song several months ago. Oh and so I've been following them and Talking about being in transition. I was praying the other day thinking. Lord I really need you to move here in my life in a particular area and I went and searched this maverick sitting music and I found the song called refiner and it is such a powerful song it talks about essentially chilly. You know refine me Lord and through the trials through the easy times in the hard times and It has been. It's my it's my anthem for. I love it I I love a good anthem. What else you love? I also love picking up my great nephews every Wednesday. I get them at about four o'clock from the bus us and then we go directly to the car wash and my car gets washed in. We wait inside and we read and they also get popcorn and then we talk about their day and it is just an amazing time of Connection with them how old are they. They are eight and ten. You get your car washed every week. I do because of them but if you look at it right now it looks like a wreck but absolutely but it. It's because of my time with him okay to do that to do that. Look at you yeah you know when airline were dating. He would get his car wash every time before he picked me up for a date. Wow Aaron go ahead Erin I know that's GonNa Dow is like all right. Let's go you know it's funny. Okay okay so what else you loving i. Just binge watched a show called Virgin River I don't know this like Virgin Virgin. Mary Virgin Mary. Kay Okay River and I just happened on it one night and I literally spent the next three days every moment that I had I watched watch that show. I love what I don't like about Mekhmet. Flexes it ends and then you have to wait until Lord knows win to get the second season. Oh Oh so. This is why I like to watch things when they're already out. Yeah there's been some shows I have like binged and then I forget right and never finished the whole series. Yeah you what else I did. Recently I love all the marvel movies but I didn't. I couldn't connect what happened win. Where so I went online and I I googled all of the marvel movies in chronological order and I watched them all over at two month period will oh you should just wait? My kids know they. They could sit here and tell you every single. Do you want to know they could tell you in release date and wow logical order. Yeah they did that at the table. One time with Mike. Goodness yeah. It made everything made sense to me though. Well maybe I need to do that because the last movies that I've seen and again correct me if these aren't marvel 'cause I get confused. He's Black Panther. Yes okay the avengers yes in game. Yes that's the one. And then what did I just see. Nevermind that Star Wars so adventures in game yes I'm GONNA give a spoiler so if you haven't seen it where you should have it's been out awhile. But spoiler alert is iron. Man Dies he he does Spiderman was so distraught right. I had no idea why but I wept through the entire seat. Oh so then in a couple of weeks later my kids were watching Spiderman right and I sat down and I and I went. Oh they had this relationship relationship. But I didn't know it but that was is a good movie that I didn't even know why and I went through that whole saying when he said I bet that also happened to me star wars recently. I don't understand star wars so neither but I just saw the lice one with the family family and I cried and I don't get it but I I was moved like I'm not even what's happening right now. What's going on a couple of thanksgivings ago? We did all the rocky movies. Oh that's smart. Yeah with our kids and then that was when creed came out so we watched creed wine and they went to theaters creed too nice. I know Nice my daughter later. She was like Michael Jordan and I was like I know I know I don't blame her. Just went and saw just this Mercedes and she said Michael Jordan in that and one of my older son said yes. But it'll have a shirt on the whole time wrong. Okay Okay Cheryl thank you so much it is first of all you have a fabulous voice. I was thinking that the whole time. You have a good voice appreciate that listening for hours but in all seriousness. Thank you you for all that you are doing and have done in bringing awareness to something that is such a such a benefit to the church shooting church sure And and I'm proud of what you're doing with trying to make more people aware of how celebrate recovery can help them come alongside them in their walk with the Lord Thanks for your encouragement. Appreciate it.
"cheryl" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"Happy for all of you. That tune in every single week and listen to the happy hour. I also also love how much you're loving our last decade episodes. which are airing on Friday? We've loved creating these projects for you these episodes for you and I've said it before I love my job jobs so much but I will admit that sometimes it feels a bit strange. Because I don't get to see WHO's listening. I don't get to hear about how much you're loving it and so I would love it if if you are loving the show if it's impacted you if you're enjoying it would you share it with a friend this week. That's the number one way that people find out about our show. I am the Queen of texting. My friends friends shows that I'm loving. If I am listening to a show I will text them straight from the apple APP also if you want to just tell the whole world how much you're loving the show or specific episode that you loved shared on social media. I'm not going to be sad about that. 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They were so thankful. Today my guest is Cheryl. Luke Cheryl is a local friend right here in the Austin area who has served over twenty years in Church Ministry. It is true are you guys. She is a long time ministry girl and I love her so much. Sheriff believes that there is true freedom. Founding Christ's and that he gives us the power or to reframe our thoughts to know what is true and to therefore not live in what is a lie. It is so good you guys. This is one of the things that I think is plaguing gene women's so much today is not knowing the truth and so then we live and sit and believe all the lies. Sheryl works with a program called celebrate recovery that has been a huge inch helping her own journey to live free from the bondage of sends an addictions. I do WanNa let you know that earlier. In our conversation Cheryl shares about an early marriage of hers at ended in divorce source after. She began being abused from her husband. I WANNA make sure I share that we talk about the moment that cost Cheryl to leave and if you or someone you know that has been in a relationship that abuse has has happened or is happening number one. Please don't wait reach out to someone today for help. Also this topic may be triggering for you. Please feel free to skip a a couple of minutes during the time which we talk about the moments of her abuse which is around ten minutes into the show. You guys. This conversation was Cheryl is so life-giving I could sit and listen to her voice all all day long as well. She is truly a genuine kind friend and I love that you get to meet her today. Also she's got a little exclusive information I at the end of the show. And if there's one thing I love it is exclusive. Okay here we go. Here is my conversation with my friend. Charlotte Shero welcome to the happy hour. Thank you so so much. I'm so excited to be here. I'm beyond excited that you're here because I've been wanting to interview you for four years now. Probably well we're here and today is a day and I'm so very exciting. Is the day that it should happen absolutely today. That should happen okay so before he started recording you ask by saying yes. The answer is now at all I love to sing. But I'm tone-deaf Oh do you think I do so I like. I'll sing in the car with my daughter story. And she's a really good singer. I mean I think all parents think their kids. They're really good. Yes but sometimes parents say that. And then you hear the kid and you're like they are knocked good. You need to stop because that's false encouragement stories actually really good But I'll sing with her in story will literally me and be like. Can you please stop. He'll say don't do that. She will I'm like you know what I'm making Lord. At least you can make the noise. I do make a noise. Yes I always think I sit on the front where research kind of because I'm a good passers wife. You Know Elias sets it but also it's so loud up there at our church but I can just see allowed. Yes yeah and I built it out and I don't worry because I'm right in front of whatever the speakers are pets great. I know but we went and saw drew in La Hokum. I did not know they were here. They they were here at the paramount. How did I miss? That are sorry I should've told you sh- it was really good. Have you ever seen them. I've never seen them. I get clips of her. I watched clips of her on on instagram. You know periodically and I love her voice so good. What did they what they do so? Apparently they've been doing this tour. Call you and me for a handful of years. Now they do in February and it's her it's just literally the two of them on stage with acoustic guitars and their stage. Presence is amazing. And Ellie's voice. Ace is amazing and I was sitting there with my husband Aaron. Who is a singer and I was thinking? I wonder if there's a small part of Erin that wishes I know you're in La Jamie. I asked him that he always kind and says no. And what's what's he gonna I say what can what can he say exactly. He's a smart man. He's a smart man so now I can't sing but I love to sing. I'm glad to make a joyful noise. Thank you thank you. Okay introduce yourself to my the people. Yeah I'm Cheryl Luke and I have been in Austin for almost thirty years. That's basically makes you. I mean you're like not young. Well I was GONNA say you're like an original base. I mean no. I know you're not an original but you've been here longer than most people have been have been here longer than most people have been here and I love this place. It's it's home. It's like I got here as quick as I could. From where from El Paso Texas El Paso. This is a new. I never knew this. So you're born and raised in El Paso border right outside of El Paso in White Sands missile range okay. My father was in the military. I'm in soon after I was born. Removed El Paso. Where is he stationed when you were born in one sentence I've ever heard of that? Yeah it's always funny 'cause I've been in Texas my whole life and you know US Texans. We pride ourselves on knowing things and I it never fails els. I always hear of a new place in Texas. I've never heard because it's a big place. Yeah okay so El Paso. He was stationed at Fort Bliss. And I was there through high school. And and then I went to a Roberts University for a short time. Before I went to a Roberts University I went to school a whole well. I am a hairstylist girl. If you had told me out of Russia and in general so yeah and then when I left school I Moved to Fort Worth for just a little bit for short period of time and then Found myself in Austin what how long story version Fort Worth moved back to El Paso. I met a man an and married a man and it turned out that he was a little bit abusive and Mostly verbal and I came to Austin to visit. Is it a friend just to walk away from that madness for a short period of time during Thanksgiving and as soon as I stepped off the airplane I knew that this was home and so went back home after Thanksgiving and could all of my things in storage and right after Christmas came back by myself. And I've been here ever since you never went never went back. How long were you married three years? Three years interesting story. We were only together for about three months. I might didn't realize realize I didn't realize abuse happened the way it did because I was so sheltered and As soon as we got home from our wedding it started. I've heard that before and I find that I guess the word I'm trying to say is is interesting to me because to me that feels so Plan Landau Right. Is that how you feel. It felt line five it it felt like I was blindsided looking back. I think planned out a good term but at that time I was in my early twenties and I was shocked that people treated each other family treated each other that way when we were younger growing up we've always been in and around ministry and as siblings. We had to get along or we couldn't be a part of ministry. My mother always told us you know if you kids can't get along here here. Please don't think you're going to go to church and front in front of everybody so figure it out. Your mom was smart. She didn't play she didn't play and so so We learned to talk things out with if we fought as kids we had to get on our knees at our couch. Hold hands and pray for one another pray over each each other and then my sister and I had to sleep together that night if we fought and But we also got that that Rod Correction. Yeah so did you tell me that your mom was a a single mom single mom. How many kids four kids? She was powerful while she was my goodness. I have you know I think now as I was preparing for this and and I was thinking about my mother raising four kids by herself. When my father left she was sick she had just recovering from cancer? And I remember her crawling around House teaching us to clean the house teaching us how to cook teaching how to do all the things that we would need to do to survive if she didn't survive and of course she did she did well. She got healer and But after that time just the way she managed her household hold a single woman. She was unable to work. She didn't drive. This was in the seventies. Wow this was in the seventies and She took care of us. Do you think that that part of watching your mom with that strength. Help you when you're having to make that decision about not going back to El Paso because I this super sensitive subject and I wanna be super kind to everyone because there's definitely a chance if someone's listening to us. Who's enduring situation that you did? The odds are pretty clear on this. What was it that gave you the strength? The intuition the whatever it might be to say I don't have to endure this great and it's not a it's not a is not saying if you're there and you don't know how to get out you're not.
"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"Where you cannot live on. It was so depressing. If we gonna not do anything and just is keep living like you know. It's it's death it's slow death slowdowns or suicide because you're giving up online. My parents we decided. Become part of the underground you know what if you can remember. What was the pivotal thing that happened that when you really felt like you were you were definitely going to leave or or had that piece inside yourself about this the that inside of myself? Well I remember I was alone at home and an underground person on the ground came to visit. Who's now the mayor or was the mayor of my town? I know a lot of people in politics through this time. And he came and he said. We're going to go on the streets on Monday and I was like. What are you kidding me? Yeah he said we need to make banners so get ready getting on the streets on Monday and I will say Oh my God this is going to be the real visibility you know and I speaking stance making a stand and being visible about what you want to create new life in the freedom that you WanNa have. Actually that is so scary is powerful very powerful. One of the most powerful moments for us was that moment when we decided to gone to the streets so we would actually meet every Monday and churches because on church grounds who couldn't get arrested Outside church grounds you would get arrested but in in the church itself. They couldn't come in and arrest you. It was private grounds only private grounds. Communism was church crowns so so every Monday night at six we would meet an hour dome a huge church that we went to and the people came one more you know more and more people came every every Monday night and and we decided to go onto the streets and it was really scary because there were people there who are ready to shoot us and there was the freedom of walking down the street showing up off freedom and that was a really big moment where you had to decide. You know. We're we're going to go down your life in your hands yet. Did you. At all have any experience of having to to witness any deaths in in front of yourself in front of your own. I know the great thing is the whole revolution. When without a death? o- torture here and there. Some people got you know arrested but oh good they do you know. That's a blessing. Yeah you know. And there were lots of people Political prison you know who got caught in taken. Yeah but no death those key shot mother. Teresa would love this you know and we were prepared for anything but it was this This incredible gift. That was that's that's great. No one died and no one can show it. Just got better from that point when you finally made the the decision to go on the streets and make that that stance what's that it then it it just started perpetuating and of course the first time we did. It was very very quiet because we made a decision not to say a word not to do anything. Just do it. We would just walk the streets and see what happened. How many people showed up the first a couple hundred maybe just started? I mean and it was happening in all different cities. Oh Okay Okay and then the next Monday more people came. Yeah and then more people came they came and then in Berlin movement it became this huge movement. Yes we had a lot of people in Berlin November four and five five days later the wall came down just like wow you know and thank you for being part of that. Because that's part the freedom of our humanity. Oh well getting back to the subject is I mean. I know that you have a lot to to contribute in this subject is how were you taught around money and especially coming originally from Berlin. How are you taught how parents or caregivers your teachers? How did they teach you about money in value in etc.? Yeah interesting thing was that I grew up. Didn't matter how much money had there was nothing to buy so it wasn't a it wasn't it didn't matter because by anyway. No Ho. That's an interesting concept. You went to the store. There was nothing there you in you know in here. We have so many choices. It's the opposite yes. It was a really interesting moment for me when the Wall came down and all this consumerism came in and the choices you had you know next over twenty kinds of toothpaste. Well how do you choose that when you grow up with one. Tom And why interesting part of that things can cost cost a different amount in different stores but but it could be the same thing. I didn't grow up. It was a huge moment. I was buying some pickles myself to this one woman. Why is why the pickles in this store store more expensive than the other? I didn't get the concept right. There's no there's this freedom of price anything said here was that actually I enjoy draft was in Germany walking down. Oh Yeah it was interesting to shift your mentality around it because you weren't raised being materialistic no not at all. While we knew that on the West there was this freedom and that was all these incredible products and the people smell delicious. Che's said all these colorful sayings in our it was like this own. My God. This is incredible and for us is more very very gray. World World Gray Wolf. There was not much color and you know to the defense of of the way you were raised. Actually you know our society Eddie has gone way too much the other way and being too materialistic and you know it's it's gone way too far and it isn't just here it's all over the world but so nope To spirituality what spiritual principles mean to you around money the US. Well I think my spiritual thinking about money is that it's it's an energy exchange right. Yes I mean that's probably what you're teaching yes. Is this incredible thing. I do something and I'm going to get compensated from you. Inform of money so there's exchange of energy that happens for people and and there's a lot of issues with that because a lot of people have issues receiving right so seizing money is a big thing for people are not sabotaging the receiving you know or in. What do you mean by that? Well when I say that for example I worked with a lot of women entrepreneurs so how they You know price themselves lower than they should instead of raising the prices. They're worried about you. Know charging too much or you know sabotaging stale meaning in the sense of they talk the client out of the services that they have a product. That happens a lot you you know and or not following up or you know being do. Do you think that that has anything to do. With a woman's in especially today of course a women not owning her total empowerment as as a as a human being as a spiritual a person on this planet do you think. Do you think it has anything to do with a while. It's a lot how it was modelled by her mother and her graduate safe. You talk about how you know. It's all starts from our caregivers are original care. Yeah and how how successful unsuccessful that was how painful aw or successful you know how wonderful it was and that's how it's being or how we are being treated as a woman and we haven't about women's history. We in the beginning of the century were allowed to vote. Yes right yes I mean. There were a lot of things that are still. The pay is still not quite the same. No it's not you know in certain positions are still not filled and women and we still don't have a women president but we don't share Germany. We have one son. But I'm just saying you know. There is very very little role models. They are role models sped. It's not equally there yet. So it's also this the sad part of Women and also working against each other instead of cooperating. You know the pitch other and it's the pressure of trying to survive you know as a mom As a as a caregiver to the family because women always take care of everyone. You know the pressures of that that you can think well especially around money you know when you have to pay for health insurance and education and all those things that are actually just trying to that are the basis basic needs off if your survival run when you can't think while about that about money or this constant worry that people have especially women because they are the source of you know taking care of everyone supporting everyone not that. I'm not saying men don't do. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let this know how the show influenced your life. I E mailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Transformation at g mail DOT COM for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. 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"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"That you want to go from your modem to This wired router. Before you go to your wireless router by doing so you have taken that threat away that means the. NSA can't come and get you whenever they want and know hackers come get you. It is a commercial grade wired router for fifty or sixty dollars it is the best buy you can make for your own own home security. I just had my account with Uber Haft so easy to get hacked these days so the point is I mean. They stole my money. I know and they are siphoning money all over the place. The banks are losing billions this way but they don't talk about it while I'm I am so angry I I've already ready done an interview with seven and they're gonNA put it on. Let's if people learn a little bit about security and they learn about how a few of these things are stacked against them. You have a chance. That ubiquitous thing is a gift to us by that company. They do mostly thousand dollars but they gave us one for fifty or sixty bucks just because they know. It's a big problem so we thank them for that. And I don't know any any stock and ubiquity it. I don't know them as a company and make no money from that recommendation. I just bought it myself. I set it up when I learned about it and I took care of it right away. I'm going to recommend that everybody do the same. Wow Wow so. You want to ten permanent ubiquity ubiquity the U. B. I. Q.. It ubiquity okay. So that's another link that we put on the show notes. Yeah absolutely so oh I hope I shared a little bit with. What's in front of us right now? There is more technical stuff about what's wireless radiation. How does it really work it just as a cloud around around you? Whenever you're downloading something wirelessly and think about it this way? It's that matters the size of the data that you're asking for so if I'm sitting here and I'm doing a text message okay. It's a little piece of data. That's like a fruit. Fly Coming at me okay. I don't need much of a connection from the tower to get a little piece as a text on few ones ears much. If I'm getting a big juicy picture at a little more radiation if I choose to download a video this dumb dumb thing okay. Now I'm getting an aircraft carrier and if you think five Jesus good idea that's a flotilla of aircraft carriers carrier coming at you. Okay you're wirelessly. You can't say that enough in my bottom line is you. Don't want it or need it. You'll get it faster through a wire no matter what happens but see. There's a solution and that that is the key. That's it your friends on. Always why Paul I thank you so so much. I know that you could probably talk for a couple more hours. We lost a few people. Well no but it's I mean hopefully we've at least done the basics. I think so and it. This is so important and this is why I did this. I mean I did it impromptu. But Hey this value what you're doing and educating and thank you I'm great. Scientists number four wire dot com. We'll have connections to all of your federal senators and your state senators how to contact them and to let them know the you do not want cell phone towers on the Utility and and Light Poles twenty feet from your second story bedroom windows. You don't want that and let him know and we hope the joy today's episode of wealth transformation. We encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life emailing at Dr Cheryl dot wealth transformation gmail.com for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call four one five two four six six eight eight one as a gift you can get doctor. Cheryl's is booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of postage of seven dollars. Ninety five cents until next time feel oh healthy and happy in your well no matter where you are in your life.
"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"Well anyway. You have a magic touch it. Just be me you know. I guess you know my father was was the biggest love role models for me. Actually because he gave me so so much wisdom like always keep he always said to me. Keep that little child inside alive. Because that's how you have fun. And then he said. Don't take yourself too seriously got got that so wise. Because I was growing up you know it was located play but when Israel mark that shirts started playing again. Yeah no I mean I get around little kids and I to my little kid coming out. That's great I mean and I think because probably because I was an rh baby you are. Yeah Yeah Oh yeah I mean I was fighting for my life. Oh yeah you know so I have this no matter what so you goodness. So hefley covered everything. I don't know have we. We have about nine minutes left. What what I know what wisdom you know really good wisdom that can you give our listeners in our our viewers to be you know that would help them to be aware of their feelings? Well Meditate for one thing just the yourself breeze had we talked about this briefly my favorite saying what does if people think of you is none of your business No and I need help with this. Learn the difference between thoughts and feelings. Now how do you do that. Well in therapy you know that's was I teach Away from it of get a feeling wheel or get it get over this feeling words and learn the NC two connected to connect with what you're feeling. Yeah and it's also allowing your heart you know and I know that it took me a while to understand the difference between the mind well the brain and the I think your mind covers everything but but that's because I've worked hard it being aware of my feelings. Yeah well between your brain and your heart art when you have that in balance with half and be aware of your body if you feel stuck start hoofing Walker exercisers swim anything jump up down just moving. It gives some energy flowing right and I think that you know half the battle. Do you think that half the battle is just being willing have to allow yourself absolutely to know that feelings are not good or bad they just are. You're and it's what we do with that that matters and we're doing absolutely there to forgive yourself. That's that's a big one and then forgive others so you can be free. Yeah well I start with the forgive yourself. Don't forget I know I get I understand. Definitely well thank you for For coming and sharing and I think this is very valuable information ill very so time. Help US yes. Yes yes I mean left talking about stuff. I'm sure we can talk for a couple of their out. You know a couple more hours about you know if we broke it down. We don't Hamill that time now so thank you. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our guest to make your life better and make good changes inches. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your your life by emailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Transformation at g mail dot com for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. Further author please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call four one five two four six six eight one as a gift. You can get doctor. Dr Cheryl's Book Wealth Transformation Integrity Integrity Integrity for only the cost of postage seven dollars. Ninety five cents until next time you'll healthy and happy in your well no matter where you are in your life..
"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"Is that connection to the greater. Good like I tell the little kids in this. You know it works works out One of my friends is a great. She was miss. Nancy taught me that. Teach children that the good. You do Ruby Peterson. The good. You do we'll come back to you but the bad you'll be sad for you. But the good you do will come back to earth and shoving teaching the kids for years. I saw a couple of kids I hadn't seen in years and they're both pharmacy. Oh Mr Pruitt you're the good you were listening every no we're gonNA pay attention Ah That's the five year old Lang seeds and not thinking about the harvest because the seeds they grow you know and being being grateful. Yeah that's to me that's the most important. Besides of course. Having that re alignment with your higher God Self Universe whatever you WANNA call it. That's that's getting the kids. I call it you like this doc I call it got calm. Dot Com in thankful and tranquil. So early early in the morning five minutes. She's quietly it's not religion it's instance. Hey it's like now what it is what it is. They're folks who are fearful earful and the little dark room or negatives are developed. Here's what it is in the morning in the afternoon and it's unit helps children because they find peace. Yes and that's and then when you have that in practice that when all the storms come about guess years you you can still stays peaceful. You don't go crazy takes practice. Well the thing I taught kids for years you know when things are crazy call. And when things are calm via crazy creatively crazzy yet. Well that's what it's about that's exactly right. I like to get on the elevators and just just have lots of fun and you start asking questions. Nader's high dried. Know all of you. Why are you here with me? And what brought us to this. Did you know that coincidences are God's way of remaining anonymous and you have everybody meets. There's there's a In the happy movies there's ago who wrote the book flow. I I have to share with you. I get it flow all day long. I do I get on a frequency. I'm raffle people laughing enjoying it. And they don't let people Disturbed my day. You know I was loved that line by the kindergartner. Don't let their bad day. Be Your a bad day or year. Bad debuted they'll they play angry tag with people. I love it anglicized. We do that violence. Yeah let me do my Richard Nixon for you ready for Richard Nixon. Oh Aw you know what the last thing Richard Nixon seventy four left office. I did this on its on youtube for me. Introducing the bread and roses show. It goes there there are people out there and they will hate you when they will only win if they get you to hate them back you throw yourself shake take memo in kindergarten comes around goes around. We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast. When you removed or motivated please let us know how other show influenced your life? emailing at Dr Cheryl dot wealth transformation gmail.com for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can and benefit you. Further please visit Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call four one five two four six six eight eight one as a gift breath. You can get doctor Cheryl's booked wealth transformation integrity integrity integrity for only the cost of posted a seven dollars. Ninety five cents. The next time you'll healthy and happy in your well no matter where you are in your wife..
"cheryl" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"Well I think hey we've covered so many good good. Well I just WanNa make sure because yeah this. This is an opportunities. But thank you so much being here and sharing and I know this is going to help write a multitude of people grew and writing this book with such a journey for us really writing it together and collaborating was beautiful. Yeah yeah that's also something. I think that we have very appreciative in our relationship is that we We have three businesses offices. One of them is to mystify love. So it's helped me ship the relationship with love and also money but that we there's the focus we have to give so. It's not just about us about our retirement in our life. Our Little Nest Egg. That's not. What really motivates us? So we have a motivation to try to find a way to help others and as powerful. I think if you can do that some way that they're doing something which is more than just them. Yes it's the give back in some way amen. Whatever they want to yes? It's distributing love. twitted show I bet you didn't have have this wonderful wisdom before you went through what you've gone through or may we had a little bit uh-huh this much. Maybe we have this much now. I don't know we're still beginners. You know we're all learning role evolving. Thank thank you so much for sharing care in coming your son much. We hope you enjoyed today's Today's episode of wealth. Transformation we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you know for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life emailing at Dr Cheryl dot wealth transformation at gmail.com for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you further please visit. It's Cheryl Shire DOT COM or call four one five two four six six eight eight one as a gift. You can get Doctor Cheryl's book twelth Transformation Integrity Integrity Integrity for only the cost of postage seven dollars and ninety five cents until next time. Feel healthy unhappy in your wealth no matter where you are in your life..
"cheryl" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast
"Know the the two sides to the coin. Cheryl you'll from Australia. How and why did you get into this career. Path and did you begin your career in Australia. Yes I did in my career in Australia because that's where I was living at the time and coming over to London was a choice where I was like well. I was eligible for the two year visa and and there was a film I was working on that was shooting in Australia finishing in London so I was like all if I go to London. I can stay on this film so I'll have I'll just go to London and finish the film and then when the film is done. I'll move back but once was there and you know this so much great great film work happening at the time in two thousand ten when I moved out of US astray was really quiet like there wasn't a lot going on so it was like Oh. We'll just stick around a bit longer. I'll just stick around a bit longer and I've been in nine is now. How do you notice the difference between the work in Europe and the work over in Australia. Yeah I mean I guess it's just as more there's more work but also a bit more varied industry or not the you're working on like whatever Australian budget things can happen. Things have sort of more low budget. They might be more television you over low budget feature films or when big foreign shows mostly American come to town and then you know they sort of a whole bunch yeah people can work on them and they have really big budgets and they'll generally bring a lot of their key crew with them. so it's it's sort of on either end end of the scale whereas because so much happening in Europe right now that it is a bit more vari various but they have changed the tax rebate Australia recently. I think they've just pushed up so it could be that. They'll stop getting more more variety a more work in Australia now so we'll see can. I just say some of my favorite ever films and TV shows originate from Australia and New Zealand. I I was obsessed with offspring on net flicks deny that one starring Asha Candy genetic actress Asha Kennedy is terrible. I mean that was is a favorite of mine. I remember watching patch to the rafters as well for a while. My favorite ever short film is a film could bear and there's another one called spider by a guy called Nash Edgerton tens are they're so talented and then of course as things like flight life the conchords I just I just love them but yes. I just love them and are still sometimes dip into home and away. Cheryl does that the UK really the the reason why home and away neighbors at the sixteen. I don't feel like many people people astray watch the UTA loves day. That's the thing isn't it. Oh and some heights high by the way I can't forget some heights high legendary show so why did you decide to get into editing in the first place. I always knew that I wanted to do something with the dramatic arts and there was was sort of I was in high school. Try to figure out if I wanted to do theater if I wanted to do film and then there was a point where I realized Phil was where where I wanted to go and so then it wasn't until for a long time. I thought I wanted to be a director because I wanted to make film and TV stuff but I didn't don't really know how it was made so the most the most obvious person that creates film and TV is a directness anything all I want to be a director and then after I got into film school and I started to learn about all of the people who are around the director and the breakdown picked out and all of the various roles and that you have a production designer cinematographer you have sound mixes and sound designers and men. You realize realized that it's not one person making this. It's a whole bunch of people so once I learned what editing was and I remember being in the editing being tutorial that was showing us how avid worked and how you know all the footage comes in and this is where the story is made. Mrs How you put the pieces together. It was a tutorial. It was probably about ten of us in the room and I was the only one asking questions and I had all these questions and then I realized all this is how my brain works. This is what I should be doing doing like this is this is the part of the process that I'm really really interested in. What do you enjoy most about your job. ooh. That's a good question oxygen right. I think it's I think it is that is that storytelling. It's being being at the part of the process where you'll will creating the this is how we're going to tell the story. This is this is these are the pieces we're gonNA use and also how you can use editing to to solve problems because it might be the the saints too long lines out of it or might be something like we're missing a beat seat in in the way that we're telling the story that something we need to understand that isn't coming across and then you can. You invent something you take footage. That was shot with something else. You put in a offscreen line or you re cut it in a different way and then you've you've created a solution to a problem without having to go back and shoot more yeah and it might mean that you'll using footage in a way that it wasn't designed is to be used but as long as it's still servicing the story than you know it's. It's a little bit of sleight of hand. It's a little bit of movie magic. Can I ask you something Joe. When you say on a dvd you can then choose on the menu? It goes from feature film and then director's cut. What is that difference friends. I didn't really understand where that comes from well. I guess this several stages when you cutting so are the process where you'll putting the saints together the editors assembling as go that sort of be assembly edits it and then once shoot is complete generally. You'll get a period of time I think in television. It's a matter of days in film. It might be a WACO A to to to sort of generate your editors cut so it's your the editor's version of putting it all together generally try and keep heap it differs from person to person but the editors cut is usually a version of the film that sort of adds scripted unusually trying all the dialogue and you don't you don't usually at that point stop making sort of big creative changes because usually when the director to see it as it was shot so so that's the editors coach and then you get off to shoot wants the director has time so that now the not distracted obtained by shooting the film then they come in they do the director's cut and on feature films where you've got a DJ directors director who's part the directors guild. It's actually the very strict about how much time directors allowed to have to do their version before it sort of has to be go to sort of the studio of the network or whoever else they get this protected time to get to do their version urged the film and that is the direct is watch and then once you have the director's cut then you're going into a situation of putting in front of the you the studio will the network or whoever is funding the show and they start giving their feedback and sometimes they want things that take the the film in a in a different direction or there's a big creative change or you know you're going back and forth and you making lots of adjustments to make sure that it's it's the film that that they want to release and and I think sometimes you do end up with a film that looks quite different from directors cut sometimes if you have a very successful film now go back and let the director apply the changes ages that they had whatever it was that they changed in the studio cut. This is what the director had initially and then that's that's why you might the re released the film as a direct cut good this idea that it's something closer to what the director intended right because I would always have thought all that anything being released was the director's Cup. I thought that was the whole point of saying the director was behind it but then I forget that their studios and other people that need to have their say over it an unusually the film that comes out is I mean it is always always going to be the director's film. I mean it's been some terrible creative explosion. You know they've had to get rid of the the director They've had to reshape the film because it was not working. I mean that that is a very rare thing so so it can be this idea of when you go and release the director's cut that in some ways it's a bit misleading because what gets released in the theater as most of at the time like the director is is the author of that you know made some adjustments wants to try and bring it in line with whatever the studio network thinks it needs to be. It's still it's still the director's film most of the time so it's this idea will when you releasing director Scott. I think it's a way of saying this is. This is a different version the same film and has Craig Lodge Creative differences from what you saw in the theatrical version and I think gum there was a special edition of the abyss that was released that was I think a good forty minutes longer than the theatrical urgent situation where James Cameron. I think he's specifically cold at the abyss special edition instead of calling it the abyss director's cut because because he was saying what we released in the theater was my cut it was you know. I don't feel like I've made changes to it. took away from my vision of it but the special edition was just the much long version of the film that had a lot more in it that we couldn't put in at the.
"cheryl" Discussed on Living Regret Free
"Wow, Cheryl, that sounds interesting and delightful. How are you today. Good. How are you? Good. Good. Well, you know, the first question I always seem to ask people is how they get started in their businesses that they do. And of course we're talking about, you know, living, regret free and all of those kinds of things on today's call, but it seems like your family had something to do with you getting started in business. Did it. Yes. I mean, I came from a line of entrepreneurs that worked from themselves. My dad was done. Michael was a lawyer in that just kind of what you do. But my brother, it was my teacher. He never, he still is non verbals and adult and kind of pave the way. And I would say, I knew I wanted to be in that field somewhere. I just didn't quite know where when I was younger, we had therapists and different kinds running in and out of the house and restaurant workers. And so that part was a no brainer. It was going to be doing something with individuals with special needs. It just an OT had to apply for OT school. But you know, that just seemed to make the most sense at the time. So when you started practicing yoga, did you see easy part for the special child or that happened later? Well, yoga for the special child to actually came first, then the yoga kinda came with it. So my teacher Sonia Samara is big on you doing it for you, and then you can. You're better at adapting it for other people. And I, at the time, had a whole lot of health conditions, and it was on a lot of prescription medications and things like that. So you know, when you're ready to hear the teacher, they will appear and started kind of healing myself in that journey and then was able to help other people. So. It's been good though. You're you're, but you did occupational therapy? I. Yeah, yeah, I never really heard of yoga. I know it was either in a gym class or like you go to the gym and they happen to have a class or it was for those. You know, crazy hippies. I realize anything in between because you don't know what you don't know. And oddly enough, it was my account but said, hey, you need a tax write off, go take a class, and so I said, okay, well, I have to have so many continuing education credits for my degree, and I had found yoga for the special child's for a week co said, okay, great, that will cover all the hours that they need. For my license and lo and behold can years later, I'm still at it. So. It's amazing. You know, you go and do something for one reason. And then all of a sudden you're in a whole different direction. So complaining, I heard about yoga, you know, and you're right. A lot of people still. I think they still consider he within a certain lifestyle. In other words. Well, she must be a little artsy. She might be a little gift. See, you know? So yes, what you know is okay, religious, is that it does. It have a spiritual component to it. Tell us a little bit about yoga's self. Well, the way I learned. So put that caveat out there that yoga has eight different what they call limbs or eight different ways to practice. Ideally, you do them all, but they're separated out. So the the one that most people think of most is the physical part. So they think the pastures, they think this Guinea soccer moms and their Luhrmann at Obama. Joel thing that from them. But Jim and really, there's seven others that you can do in, you know, service above south, our karma yoga, and you know, meditation and singing and chanting, and the golden rule, you know, do unto others kind of thing..
"cheryl" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"Am man you got lucky i'll just put it that way cheryl reeve is the head coach and general manager of the minnesota lynx under cheryl the links of won four titles and seven years her record as i said at the top one ninety five and seventy seven that is a nice record listen cheryl you know i'm great admire of yours and i've always enjoyed our interactions in terms of oppress person and and coach and a high profile league i hope you continue being public i know you will about this issue that means so much to you and i i really appreciate your time today thanks for coming on the sports media podcast certainly appreciate your support and anytime you wanna talk i'm here all right back in the studio my thanks to dr spook and cheryl reeve two great guests i really appreciate their time my thanks to my podcast producer loophole green oh this is episode number four and if you want to catch up on some of the previous episodes verne lundquist was the guest on the last one we had a great conversation on his career and what he hopes to do next in terms of calling golf and before that jason stark and ken rosenthal on baseball writing reporting and tim laden on the death and life of william necks police catch those episodes subscribe to this podcast which is new the sports media would richard is podcast you can subscribe on apple we also are on stitcher google play are assess pretty much wherever you can get podcast four loophole agree no for cadence thirteen this is richard i will see again on these sports media podcasts richard i.
"cheryl" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Handed down an indictment charging bread with the murder cheryl so at this time investigators wanted to keep the proceedings quiet because they were afraid bread would runoff and disappear bread knew they were watching him but he didn't know they were ready to close in on him so they surrounded breads house in around ten p m he came out of the house with his uncle who's told to get down on his knees handcuffs were placed on his wrists bread and not fighter argue at all he was put in the back of a cruiser in readies miranda rights in bread requested that his attorney be called so they got him and they're gonna charging yeah and by this time he had a new woman in his life now we will talk about much but your name was dana she was the stripper or an exotic dancer light younger than have will she started out as the caretaker the kids but then he had a stripping millimitre she she is apparently spectacularly feud beautiful woman but most breads women are yes um uh and they've been in houston he somehow convinced to review the ansett this gentleman's club in houston and she was quite popular amid tons of money but then he became abusive terrace well he did so his bail was set at two point five million dollars he didn't have the two hundred fifty thousand needed to get out when sarah read in the paper that brad had been arrested she realized that now she might be able to get boyce back but she hadn't seen them in three years he taken them away from her still she is legally their mother and she misses them so the boys were with breads uncle who's and older guy who really doesn't wanna raise them forever sarah started going to visit on weekends until the boys felt comfortable with her again then they moved in with her a few weeks after breads arrest sarah loud bread to call his sons callaque but it soon became obvious that brad was telling them lies about her he told them that they would be better off in foster care than with sarah he bombarded sarah with letters from jail really weird things like the envelopes were decorated with drawings of vibrators batteries inappropriate things just to hurt her i.
"cheryl" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Her face was covered in blood and disfigured even if randy had known cheryl keaton he wouldn't have recognized her shoes be berlin yes or for grew brokered absurd over 20 blows tour hood yes river heavy object mmhmm so you can imagine the carnage cheryl had married her first husband dan owns stat after she graduated from the university of washington she had a degree in economics dan entered law school while she worked for an insurance company the plan was for her to go to law school after dan when they could afford it they would both have locker rears and start a family cheryl had a half sister name citizen who was quite a bit younger and sheryl was like a second mother to her so susan spent some weakens with cheryl sheryl's mermoz ruehe also marion card absolutely may all were in this story well i guess sheryl is only married two times but we'll see that though the fifth wife of bread was married three or four cheches remembered reaffirmed before marian brevard let a marion going on bribes for arbor rosemary more than once were because mom screwed were merge maybe for through worlds mmhmm so susan had good memories of being with sheryl and dan sherlund dan had been sweethearts in high school and dated all through college but when that marriage failed schism was pretty surprise they may have just been married to young and been too busy with school and careers to keep the relationship going sheryl's friend lauren was mary to brad cunningham when she and dan were together so they spent many evenings in weakens together lauren and brad seemed very happy in nineteen seventy seven when she announced that she was pregnant they had just rented an ice condo and brad was becoming successful in investments and construction projects now lauren was proud of bread success but she was embarrassed by the way he flaunted his well usually owned three luxury cars at a time eventually the only make of car he would drive was a mercedes after cheryl started law school she in dan we're spending a lot of time with the other couple one nate over dinner brad offered sheryl aja.