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Fresh update on "debra" discussed on Minority Korner
"Darker skin next person involved but net flicks. I think we were saying yes. We want you to tell stories but we want you to do it with the full spectrum desk liberal spectrum of the experience and body type and skin color and accent hair and add add more details. What else is part of humanity. Wish you were in this next group trying to run. Come talk to the kid low. You're supposed to accept them as they are belonging club fighting piracy. Are they just got to get it out to get it out. Remember merely okay. Here's some really. I think you're not talking to your microphone so comfortable. She's laying on. The couch microphones there away. Since the yoga position right now cross. Meanwhile i'm like on the edge of my seat speaking's microphone giving you all of my words. My tease may bees. May dis all my letters. Okay here i am. Here's my ballots. Here's my chin Just pointing at your boob okay. Here's here's a fact that. I think you don't know brady. Also they were fun. Facts not funny. I don't need to laugh out. There are three people out there who got their. Phd's yes from selena legacy writing. Wow right okay. So you didn't know that one didn't know. Are you one of them. No although i kind of like yeah. I'll do that. Get your doctor. Deborah vargas an associate professor of ethnic studies at uc riverside. Hello dr vargas wrote an essay on selena. Kolon sounding a queer trans-national latino queer emit imaginary and mitchell curry imaging heap. That's another time on this corner but this is what you were talking about. Yes that's what she pull in this essay. She says explores the appropriation of selena's persona by the queer community and how selena's integration of disco and freestyle. Elementary music made her an instant icon with the gay community. Hd proving that her version of last dance is the only version. Donna summer i mean they both love her and that per bowl unitards With the bell bottoms roussel's bell-bottoms. Yes and she created that. I need to go watch this movie for the twelfth time. You're spanish teacher would be so proud. What did you walk away with watching. Okay wanna hear about the second professor yet okay. The second professor phd in selena. Ut austin professor emceeing theme here also named debra debra batta this explores how people remember and celebrate. Selena she coined. The term said lenny. Von sound familiar. Many that linate odd. Yeah and she wrote a new term. Would everbody identifying it. In the it would unifier. I'm wondering if that because the giant try immune afire selena. That's true would be fucking amazing. What a great view. I think you should try. I think really 'cause i can't you're onto something anybody who's who's gonna cancel said any that you can't we say like and then we're inclusive in it where like everybody's hero making space for everybody. Have you seen the snl show video. Yes going off topic but promised them coming back to it where everyone's fighting at the thanksgiving tape thanksgiving dinner table. But then adele comes on and she. The song comes on an everyone happens to know her lyrics. Do you remember that what you had seen it. We listened make this would make sense. I remember that one. It's about songs unify people and i'm here for so. She wrote a book on it and twenty in two thousand and nine and it refers to fan websites murals performances. Anything that honor selena's memory. Awesome frat said lenny that so you can quite a term. Write a book write an essay. Write a book tour. Get all the peoples together. I think that's needing it's so nerdy it's so nerdy i love it but i really am trying to find words. I think guy can unify people together. Send any other does that. I think we did it well. We saw that one other. Phd out there. Host leeann are one man. Oh gay university of notre dame placebo explored selena's rise to quasi folks saint status among her fans. Yeah the titles called selena colon. Why do they pick cole. And then like five sentences afterwards. What's up with elite elite institution devote folks selena colon sexuality greater mexico and the song and dance of hegemony hegemony title episode has million titles voter that i've ever had lots of coal. We're going to let the seleny blanket that we'll have the bads it'll be unifying. People do their five levels of trauma but she's like quasi folks saint status. I'm speaking into the microphone so that you'll be proud of me And he argues salinas. Popularity was created by her sexuality presented through song but more importantly on stage for her costumes and dance moves were seen by fans that almost always came with their own traditions of sexual repression. Isn't that so deep. That's i think the Yeah we'll also. Dad was this slave. Sounds wait no no like you can't wear that but that made a good scene in the movie. How do we know like we're really happened. Very weren't there but yeah it's not abroad dad. It's a boost. Oh my god. I am now getting new cast in the stage musical production as selena. Don't worry we'll go forever. This is lovely fun. Fat okay k. it's similar to your reagan. Fact spoiler alert uh april sixteenth. Nineteen ninety-five was selena day in texas and who had declared it bush. Yes george w bush was texas governor and he officially declared it. Isn't that wild. And then they tried making it a forever thing. Yes and it didn't pass the bill never pass but they wanted to be her birthday. yeah yeah and those were my fence. Lena facts the believe bubba. Billy billy billy body deepen then be beat. Really really bobby. I mean the the costumes are so iconic. I had no idea actually until we started talking about it. But i know exactly what outfit she was wearing when she did this performance on stage her purple but no read one. When she has like the bla- well. Now i'm seeing jalen it but i can see both of them and it because she spins a certain when she dances to the song i now have the black leotard. I have trouble remembering what selena oxford looks like because they've seen the movie jaylo so much. She is so beautifying right. I know but i. I've seen jaylo doing the moves so much that i forgot like what does when i see a picture sleeve and i'm like oh i'll sell. Actually i have my fifth fun. Fact selena gomez is named after selena. Keith aena so there's this big boom. I actually have a cousin. Selena this big boom of salinas. I'm then that is being termed and look at this amid orrick as can never just be called selena. She's the one on the left. I would no i. I know i.
Fresh update on "debra" discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"Hot. Burger and accompanying photo appears to show what appears to be a pallid rotting fingertip on the plate next to the burger in accompanying video which currently boasts more than sixty thousand views. She can be heard sarcastically. Saying here we are at the magnificent hot burger were finger ended up in my burger now. These burgers were pre made. I guess they got patties. Your three on the grill right and then so the finger was ill. So it's the supplier the suppliers not the actual restaurants so so the finger got cooked in the right. Yeah looks to be. Media is preparing the patty at the plant. Why they didn't report this or didn't maybe they did but they didn't look like you can attach. They should've tried to save this conflict. Because you you've seen because the feed the the beef parts in get this big mountain of ground beef right before it gets could've fallen into ground beef. Yeah and then. Then they get depressed into patties thousands of patty. Yeah that was. They couldn't spend the time to go through and search from the batch find his finger. It says here that she wasn't satisfied with the reparations. I'm not sure what those were but reports that they should close the restaurant. They reported though that serving customers like that. That's never happened before there's still closed the restaurant. This was a one time thing. What are you going to do Guy lost a finger at at the meat packing plant well the bolivian vice minister for the defensive user and consumer rights decided to temporarily close the burger branch and he find the company. It's not clear whether or not she's going to pursue legal action to per her schalken mental distress. I well we come back. We'll be talking with the chef. Andrew grueling again. On the john and ken show about the new mandate in la county just announced yesterday. It's going to be coming up in the next month or two that. If you wanna get into a bar or a nightclub indoors you're going to have to show vaccine proof more coming up. John and ken debra mark has the news. Kfi am six forty..
Fresh update on "debra" discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"In front of wives and husbands well in case you were curious. States who historically have a larger number of afghans in the last twenty years include california maryland texas in virginia. so they're going to get a disproportionate number of the evacuees. of course we're the largest state. Anyway get a largely because you you may wonder where where people going there airlifted here and they land and then then what i mean they they they have any contact right anybody that they know thing family members distant family members we got to move in with family and friends now they don't have money gruesome in the legislature asked him for about seventeen million dollars to help resettle. This crowd of afghan refugees were expected to get. I like the way. The story here says alabama and mississippi are each going to welcome ten. Okay ten well. That's not a large ten yeah. I don't think mississippi state a number. Today i wouldn't well. I don't think. Mississippi is really welcoming to begin with and i don't think it's a state where you historically have a lot of i. Yeah i can't see getting. They're really along. Northern virginia. The maryland suburbs of dc and northern california. These are but they're also those are some of the expensive housing markets in the country. Which is why the story says. We have to tell them that because they're going to go live with the ten relatives in the house. They may find it difficult or the cost of living a lot of people. Here find it difficult. Yeah no kidding when we come back. We'll talk about a new effort in the recall against elliott. County district attorney. George gascon. they're going to reboot. We'll get all the details next. John and ken show debra mark has news. Kfi am six forty..
Fresh update on "debra" discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"We need leadership. We need. gavin newsom governor follow. Science has got the courage to do. What's right lean. I apologized so i was worst monday. His medical spokesman said he did have endoscopy to rule out any more significant disease. In fact i had that too. Yeah did decided that. Then by just might suffolk is needed to be dilated. And that's what the doctor did. When i had like five years ago i went a dilated. Esophagus not dilated. It so that it would open a little more right. I had an indus- copy to find out that i had no real problems. It seemed to be that was it. You just had an uptight softness. Yes which could be related to acid reflux. But he didn't really on that could be. That's what killed joan rivers. overdid it. Yeah i think so. They were doing daas copy. There were sticking something down her throat. And i forgot what went awry stop. Stop read as you stop breathing live. I think most people die when they have them. I know that it and i'm so glad you did. Ken going to throw that out there john. I said i'm so glad you di- didn't die. She's trying to be supportive. Five years ago. Clearly i didn't die. Why are we so glad that you didn't thank you five years later when you say that to me the day before. You didn't know you never shared your asaf. Aji o'brien cough. All of this is the power of suggestion by the way speaking of biden. He's had some drops in his approval. Numbers first half ghanistan but now from his approval on the on covert nineteen. Apparently people have decided that his mandating vaccines and tests in private sector is. They're not approving of that part of it is. Everybody is just so tired of all this that you just you don't wanna see his face anymore. You don't wanna see another speech. I mean i am tired of it. I cannot watch television stupid. Briefings is gonna virus task. I know and i went on for my trump when he took the microphone and went on his filibustering way. I know but now it's it's year and a half later. Trump was still president. I wouldn't want wanna hear him talking about this. I wanna hear anybody talking about this. I got my vaccine. I'm done in. Its waning van. Now outweighing you're going to be at red. Start stirring up the fears again this science. It's not fears research. Shows the vaccines do wayne over time. Making that up. Who i know i know but so again another. You wayne overtime. Okay but it it. It's just people wanna hear you every day complain and bitch at about this and that but you do it anyway well. It's not waning. fine. I will shut up and go home and you could complain and bitch all by yourself. No no can. I have a show plan without you. It'll be a lot of fun. Yeah we could start to sing. Can we both likes cloyd. What i'll go home and listen to it. We're going to do a great afternoon. Why don't you do the whole news. Patio the sofa talking yes. I'm really careful with the dead people stories because you can't really sing. That wouldn't be a good idea. You'd have to screen do those light story. That's a great idea. I meant to bring in the picture of the finger. They found in the burger. I'll do that next locking the door. Burke her finger in. I'm gonna call it. The burger thinker like butterfinger. We might have more coming up. I don't know it's yeah you stay to jonah. Get debra mark has news..
Fresh update on "debra" discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"I maintained the he did this. He had this idea before. Tom hanks so he's a little indignant was actually. We showed it before hanks ever made though that true. Okay all right right after selling some the bergen heroically landed on the hudson and so he shot this thing he got to our show early and of course it looks like shit because we just had a fad with the barest cockpit sat and he insisted on using the woman who did is makeup. Debra debra palm. He insisted on using her in the bed. Even though it's not even clear why he needed her in the bit played his played his wife and this this day. I don't know what what was dry. Bid one of the dry seen. So the idea is that Sully sellin burger heroically. Landed on the hudson like around that time he made. This movie about sully seldom burger but six months. It's been in the can. So he was looking for an ending in this guy lands so basically basically what the joke is the clinton he made a movie about solely so burger before you landed the plane on the clinton landing on the tarmac. That's that's fully lands. The plane says thanks for flying. american airlines. Yes that was good day. So the joke is that impr- amazingly director decides to make a movie about a random pilots. So he for her and makes it about a successful landing before the most dramatic landing in the history. Aviation any this. I think he had a fake mustache. And but you. He's barely and this is another thing i love about him. He didn't care at all about the craft of acting. And i'll watch recently. I watched Dirty work was on tv. He would say. I'm not an actor. Yeah i don't. i'm not an actor. So he had no interest in that so even in the sketch. He's not even pretending to be in a sketch but he was great. Yeah if you look at. Snl appearances is a work on us. Now letterman was great Burt reynolds reynolds was gray area. He was fantastic. Yeah those guy. Oh he's being those guys but he's also never not being norm right like he's always norm. It's always the letterman impression was bizarre that that gets me to something that i think you know has to be understood pout. Norm is that he was always norm. So there are people that i go and i see them in the dressing room before the show and chat with them a little bit and they're kinda revving up to be the person they're going to be on the show norm was that guy all the time and Using using those old weird euphemisms and using using You know that strange language and that cadence that way of taunting and he was always that guy and and then after the show. You'd go to tell him that was really great Then weren't out some kind of a hobo. You know just like he's doing that Backstage beforehand afterwards. I think in in every incarnation now. He said from the beginning of ninety three when he did stand up. He would call the tv the tv that tv. Who else do you know who says the tv show. I know i know who you're talking about. Bob dylan right. As i got to meet bob dylan once and i was backstage with are guitarist. Jim of avino. At a bob dylan show and suddenly. I got literally like pushed into a room where there was some heavy hitting people in there. I did not consider myself. Nor do i still one of those but got pushed in and i got kind of shoved to the front of this line. And there's bob dylan and he looked right at me. What i know you the tv. So and i remember that in my head like he calls the television the tv with the emphasis on t. And then norm all these years used to say. It's the tv now. Norm is the giant dylan fan. I didn't know that enormous dylan fan and sometimes in his material. I feel like there's i think that's just minnesota and canada. Bob dylan's for minnesota. Yes so you're hearing a guy from minnesota and you're hearing a guy from canada and you're hearing just a north of northern north american the tv right because that's that canadian guy also says like. I'm not a hobo. You know i mean those are all old crusty white man. 'isms very canadian very upper northern. Us well here's an interesting fact. And i don't think anybody. I don't think it's been out there. Publicly but dylan was a fan of norms. Invited him to his house and warm. Was at dylan's malibu house for like two days. Wow slept and a coffee..
Special 9/11 Episode This Friday
"Tomorrow. Show, of course, will be spending some time on 9 11 at 7 30 Eastern time We'll have our dear friend Debra Burlingame on the program. Um As you know her brother died was murdered. On flight 77 out of, uh And of Reagan National It was horrific. She's a lawyer. She's brilliant. I've gotten to know her and And so we'll be having Deborah and as well as As our anniversary program. We'll be getting into some other issues as well. I don't know how you can ignore Afghanistan. The Taliban. And what's happened 20 years later, and we won't ignore them. And we will talk about these things and more and as well as Is your participation. It's a big deal. The N Y P. D. How they've been attacked and undermined. 20 years later. Just shocking. Just appalling. So you want to be here? For all three hours. Um No brag. Just fact. I think we handle this better than most. And why do I say that? Because my broadcast career started in New York. Most people start in Podunk I started in New York. And the great W A. B C when it was part of the ABC radio networks. And I think the station As well as other stations. But this one in particular has got the fourth ownership, maybe the fifth since then. Uh, But we're steady Eddie here and we'll we'll continue to talk about it for the whole nation.
Debra Winger Quit 'a League of Their Own'
"A hollywood actress is coming for. Madonna debra. Winger everyone gets you. We'll says she quit a league of their own because of the material girl. Deborah was set to play gena davis his role but she told the telegraph that she thought madonna getting cast. Return movie into an elvis presley film. So she bought out. Don't worry she got her. When deborah was asked about madonna's performance in the movie. She pulled her petty lever and said i think her acting career has spoken for itself.
Revlon CEO Debra Perelman Shares Her Passion for the Beauty Biz
"With me. Today is the ceo of revlon debbie perlman. Welcome debbie with so wonderful to have you here. Thank you pre. It's great to be here. Thank you so much for inviting me to join the podcast today. Debbie you know. I think it's must've been such an amazing but also challenging year for you. I mean you're the ceo this major beauty company and it's in such a tumultuous year but our year of innovation. Tell us a little bit about what it's been like for you both personally and professionally as such a great question in frankly so pertinent to the time today. So thank you for asking that note. I i think it's really helpful for me to take a step back and really just give some of my own background and what it means for me to be within the beauty industry. Because i think a lot of people don't know that and it's really important to me and it really is one of my true passions. I mean beauty and the beauty business has always been a very big part of my life Since i was a little kid. I've been always interested in beauty. I remember my first lipsticks which happened to be revlon. Super lustrous lipstick silver city pink and toast of new york for anyone who remember those shades. Those are the the best shades on me to pulling clips you know. Pr clips from when i was in high school and that was really looking at at the time it was. You know sitting with magazines and a pair of scissors and really looking at linking beauty and culture and celebrities and tracking the impact. That beauty brands had on culture and leading into my first job outside of college. Which was at revlon where i was able to join a rotational program with the goal of really understanding how to take a beauty product concept to market execution and ultimately success. And i was able to do that for a number of years and then came back after business school into marketing on the almazo brand as an assistant product manager which is still hold a special place for me out. Al may brand which led me into a career marketing and ultimately to returning to the company. Two thousand seven to lead a digital transformation and moving into the ceo role in two thousand eighteen and not only is the beauty business in revlon so important to me but the emotional connection that beauty has with me with probably you with each and every consumer and i spoke about the lipsticks. I remember their names. They're they're certainly so many more that i could highlight. I remember the fragrance at my grandmother wore very specifically she wore nor and it was in this beautiful gold container was actually a hard a hard oil fragrance as well as i remember. You know even you know by team members have talked to me about stories and the products that they have used in their past from the dance competitions when they were kids to skin care routines that they've been passed down from generation to generation and a big focus of mine has always been. How do you utilize these iconic brands and products bring to market in order to really leverage this emotional connection that we can have with the consumer because ultimately what we do at revlon is. We're able to create beauty innovations to really inspire confidence and ignite joy and the
Cleveland Wants 'Climate Justice.' Can the Biden Administration Help?
"The fight against climate change might be going in a new direction with the biden administration. Top officials say that it is also a campaign for economic and racial equity. Npr's dan charles has been looking into what this means in practice. Hi dan thanks for being here. It's good to be here okay. So there's this idea now of attacking two things at once. Climate change and also social inequity. How do you do that. Well that is what. I wanted to know. And i got some interesting answers. No l. in cleveland. Why cleveland well. Couple of reasons i. It is one of the poorest cities in america it is also one of the city's that's created what it calls a climate action plan and a few years ago officials in cleveland decided to rewrite that plan with equity in mind which sounds like what the biden administration is promising. Cleveland was kind of writing the blueprint for this and they started with conversations in low income neighborhoods and black neighborhoods. Which is kind of new. Kimberly foreman who's executive director of a group in cleveland called environmental health. Watch says the debate about environmental policy. Climate policy has often been disconnected from those communities the little elitist or heavily focused on technology. Which is not getting down to. The grassroots are getting down to the people who are most impacted. The city set up a bunch of community meetings asking people. What are you concerned about in your neighborhood. And i would imagine that some of the things that people are concerned about had absolutely nothing to do with climate change. Yes at first glance at least so for instance. They went to a neighborhood called. And one of the people who showed up was cindy mumford. And when i went to the meeting they really gave. It wasn't one of those. Just sit down things when you're just listening to someone present. What was ms mumford concerned about in her neighborhood. Explain that she took me on a little walking tour in the rain. She and her neighbor across the street. Debra lewis who grew up in it is a community that was devastated by what i will can only call tenement housing.
SLOW FLOWERS for SUMMER, With Debra Prinzing
"You know what if you were to tell people that the mission of your work bound up in all of those roles that i just described about you would that mission statement be deborah I think it's all about relationships. And community and sustainability and When i find a subject as a writer. Which is my background. When i find a subject that i am smitten by matt i get swept up by that. I fell down the rabbit hole discovering all of a sudden i it becomes sort of my lifestyle and gardening did that for me for twenty years and Now i guess for the last ten years it's been writing about and trying to learn as much as possible about the people who grow in design flowers in this lower society Universe which is basically noncommercial non factory like but more artisan like so. I've always written about creative people as journalist and them drawn to them. And so i want to live in that create a world. There's no boundary for me. -tween the people i want to spend time with the people. I have invited to be part of this society and the people that i'm writing about. It's just it's
Great News About a New Regional Wholesale Hub
"As you may know. I've been documenting. The emergence and rise of regional flower hubs for more than a decade. My deepest ties are with the seattle wholesale growers market. A farmer owned cooperative whose origin state twenty ten. When a group of growers came together at a regional. Asc of g meeting held at charles little and company. In eugene oregon. Fortunately i was there and witnessed those. I am vicious optimistic. Conversations that yielded what we here in seattle. Enjoy today at the time. There were only two other models to which the founders of the seattle growers market could look oregon flower growers association which has a long history in the portland market having been founded in the nineteen forties and fairfield flowers a small but mighty collective of wisconsin and illinois growers serving madison and milwaukee flores fairfield flower ceased operating as a collective on january first of two thousand nineteen but many of the floor farmers who participated still grow and sell flowers independently. We have witnessed encouraged and featured on the slow flowers podcast. Numerous other regional efforts to bring flowers from the field to the florist and consumer and innovative ways from legal cooperatives to privately held wholesaler operations from casual meetups to marketing collectives. You've heard from many of them or their members here on the slow flowers podcast and now we have a new example to highlight. Let's welcome to of the founders of old dominion flour cooperative a washington. Dc area local flower cooperative. My guests are melissa webster founder and megan wakefield director of operations to growers. Who are part of this group. That launched publicly at the end of january.
"debra" Discussed on Run That Prank
"Pat us. No glue deborah. Kathy yes you know now. And all the different k. Where'd you get that name ever k. O. a. k. I know iran the k. And i do wanda rhonda. Rhonda k owed call the guests. Who came birthday bidi. He's all over houston. he's thank you best cold. That's what's up and let me show them aboard. Call pain who hosted mind. My birthday bash. Fundraiser came down and hosted. That thing did a great job and bess against cuba came through and did the land dance of all you got to do. The shuffle now cast members from ready to love yes. Ready cast members came. Thank you thank you. Thank you all right. Thank you nephew. Birthday boy. Coming up next. It is the strawberry letter subject. She acts like a bitter old bitty will get into it right after this. You're listening to steve harvey morning show today on news. Four four four. We're working for you an inside. Look at the local covid vaccine trial for kids. Children reported days after getting the shot and how it could impact the timeline of kids being vaccinated today at four pm on nbc four tonight. The voice live rounds and nick. Jonas warns his first win. Of get this guy who's got what it takes and whose dream ends here watch live and vote to save your face. The voice live rounds tonight on. Nbc everybody on bobby flay. I'm here with my daughter and co host sophie. Hello we're here to announce that we have a brand new podcast with iheartradio called always hungry. I tell everybody what they're going to hear on always hungry. Well we're definitely going to be cooking oil and we have hot cast iron pan and you could hear it sizzle immediately. This isn't fake. Podcast sounds real burgers and you'll be mixing drinks of course shake it up. Shake de drink. Hey but most importantly will be having those conversations at the stove and the dinner table. That families love to have a few like in the past year. People have really rethought about the importance of come together around a shared meal. So that's what we'll be doing in this show just hanging around the table. Listen to always hungry on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..
"debra" Discussed on Run That Prank
"You need to make the most of it. Animal welfare certified pork ribs. Juicy plant-based burgers. Yes please coming up at the top of the hour right about four minutes after. It's my strawberry letter four today the subject. She acts like a bitter old biddy. Gir- old sure you and your subjects. Not clear i know i know. Wait till you hear heat. See why all of that all that right now. The birthday boy is in the building with today's prank phone. Call which you got four eight right now birthday On the fifty four th day of me being born atlanta. I say thank you so can everyone who came out in houston texas and celebrated my birthday as we raise money for veterans which is miles of giving everyone okay. My my golf tournament on monday dea. Sold out of cool today on your birthday. One of those people in his head anyway raised some good money this weekend for my foundation milder given so it was a big big big big blow up. And i'm i'm just glad i believe the success that came as weekend so big up so the miles given foundation. Thank you all for the support came. Yeah people flew in from all over and good and it is on the road the miles of giving in the birthday bash on the road next year next year this this time next year it will be in the no new orleans. The party is going to be a party. In new orleans is going to be a comedy. Central new orleans is going to be a golf tournament new orleans. The nephew is taking the birthday bash slash miles given who new orleans you you know like. I know y'all come mixture. You guys will be invited next year. You'll be like oh. Yeah invitation tyler. Talent here is when you get the invitation in a box. Did it'd be so swanky when you open like ooh. I want to save my box anyway prank today. Deborah k delbra tae it we go mass to let me take some of you. My name is wayne. Do my teeth yours today. And now i don't know what you did know. What kind of glue or whatever. But my auntie hat and fell out in church today. I don't even use 'cause i don't even know why you coming at me on the fat him anyway about. It my own. Hey my auntie is deborah in. How did you go. Thank you tripping. Look let me look. Let me say this to you. I'm saying you gotta say i'm serious about. That's precisely what happened. I fell out in service and all the church member is sitting there laughing at maybe get out of it because he had anyway. But i don't you in the city. I talk about my eighty and hudson us. Don't you talk about how they call him. Miss deborah i just got i had yesterday and act like you ain't cut it department kinda mate opportunity Everybody in atlanta georgia and not to come. You'll have quit. My name is wayne. But you gotta dig and bring bring look look. Let me tell you something. I won't no problem. But i will throw these hanes if i got to look. I ain't got time to kill any made the mistake in. What look you got me feeling. Good sunday i just charge is telling me do do do do that. Wal mart aimed at me so call somebody else in that way up. 'cause i am too but would you must be in right now. You've got people have thought tonight in searching glue following all the pew anybody on the. Why not gonna tell you right now on that so deborah janet if i i don't you in atlanta that's same. Look i'm saying else. You didn't mess up my i won't get it rectified. I need to. I about a call in apologize to her drinking. Jesus and that's why you want michael jackson and dying and debussy or whatever her name i go do go respect mine. Okay whatever you say. Her name is put up. I want you to redo my half of free money back from the first time she paid you. I don't know who whole i don't know who did. I don't know who are you coming. Why look your way ahead. And i'll hang up in your face my whole up. I'm deborah nephew wayne. Not my two years. You go respect. You'll ails how you expect to be. Bless you say you just went to church problem. New calling me on sunday was gotta go back in the past awesome. I've got one more thing. I need to say to you before i get off. The phone was 'cause you minutes. this is nephew. Tommy from the steve harvey show. You just go right from your girlfriend. Your your toes say trust me going all the twelve second. See what it is nephew me. You don't do y'all do no. I don't know. I don't know to nobody. Nobody realized states that you still they say you the bomb down so i just wanted to call him make prank. My girl she worn popo. Say also one thing from it. What is the bad. it's. I mean the bad radio show in the world show.
More States Lift Mask Mandate After CDC Eases Guidance
"More states are following the CDC is guidance on masks. But folks in California will have to wait a little bit longer to ditch. There's I don't know. They have a magic Crystal mall that says June 15 is the magic date where everybody could stop wearing masks. CBS is Debra Alfa, Rhone at least 25 states and now Washington, D C are adopting the new CDC guidelines and dropping mask mandates for the fully vaccinated. New York state changes its policy on Wednesday and Massachusetts on May 29th. Massachusetts is on track to reach its goal of vaccinating 4.1 million residents. By early June. In a sign of getting back to a pre pandemic life, the governor of New Jersey announced all Children will go back to in person learning in the
Pimp My Language
"What americans have done with the language you guys have just while you've just done something you've put twenty twos on the english language. He's got rid of this pimp my language. That's what you've gone with. You know. I don't understand chatting to this woman downtown. Though the day she came up to me and she wanted me to see something. I don't know what though she was like. Oh my god look over ther look over. What's she's like. Oh the other. Look at that. Her and i said her she's like no har har two of them. I understand nothing. Even the small words just pronunciation small things that. Get you by for instance. I pronounce the opposites of ankle. As aren't i say my arts out here. You say my aunt which to me is an insect which made me look like an ass when my friend told me his aunt died house. Like so what. There's tons of those out there way to end the friendship. I couldn't get helped the other day when searching for a battery for my remote control. Because that's what. I say battery small form of power in america. You say battery which to me is a different form of power sponsored by chris brown. And you know what's understand. We live on different sides of the globe. So it's fine. The language will evolve. This is something. I've come it. But i hope i change one thing in your hearts forever. Just one thing. And that's is that animal in the wild. It looks like a horse. It has black and white stripes. Do me a favor from now on. It's not zebra. Okay it's zebra just like it's not deborah. It's debra structure of word plus you cannot name them because you do not have them
Tamir Rice’s Mother Criticizes Tamika Mallory After Lil Baby’s Grammys Performance
"Month, there was a special guest during the performance of rapper Lil Babies Song. The Bigger Picture. It's the State of emergency. My people is time we stand it. We demand the freedom that this land promises President that is activist to Mika Mallory. This was a protest song calling for justice in light of police brutality and systemic racism. So Mallory, showing up might make sense. This is not a train. This is our place until Frieda. But some people were not happy about it, including Sameera Rice, the mother of Tamir race, the unarmed 12 year old boy who was shot and killed by a white police officer in Cleveland. In 2014 Sameera. Rice publicly rebuked Mallory, among others, saying the activist was trying to gain fame by quote benefiting off the blood of families who have lost loved ones. Mika Mallory is not the first to be accused of profiting off of black pain. In fact, there's a history of it. We have Debra Walker King on the line. She's written extensively about the idea of black pain, how it has been perceived and wielded. She's a professor at the University of Florida and she joins us now from her home in Gainesville. Professor King Welcome. Thank you very much. So let's start with the term black pain. How do you define it? What exactly do you mean? I look at it in two different ways. I look at black pain as an experience of bodily harm, and I look at it as a metaphor. It functions to define an access that which is not American. Explain that. What does this
Compelling Interventions That Motivate the Entire Family
"Today. Our topic is love. I a families guide to intervention and my guests are the authors debra j and jeff j. in case you're wondering yes they are couple deborah and jeff have been married since nineteen ninety-two together. They are shining example of how it works and how impactful their work has been in helping thousands of other people in nearly quarter century that i've known them. Jeff and debra welcome to our program today. Thanks for having us william. It's so nice to be here with you. William thank you for inviting us. Well thank you for being here from your home. Actually grosse pointe farms michigan. I'm very envious of your location there. Jeff i want to start with you by reading. One of your famous quotes quote. I believe in intervention for a very simple reason. It saved my life. Can you explain. that's exactly right. My alcoholism and drug addiction had taken me down to the point that i was sleeping under bushes in the city parks Out in california homeless and penniless and it was a rather untraditional but effective family intervention. That got me out of where i was and and got me into a hospital and into treatment and without that intervention. I'm certain that i would not have survived. That was back in one thousand nine hundred eighty one. So it's been quite a while now there. You are already in recovery in your own right. Can you explain i. Can you know. I am an adult child of an alcoholic but in my twenties trust me. I didn't think that affected me. In the least in fact. I thought i was controlling the whole world and i went through a really excellent family program for somebody else that was helping of course and halfway through all of my illusions came crashing down and i had this understanding that no matter how hard i tried. My life wasn't really working and And i was told about alanon. And i ask for help. I reached out and i was directed to alanon. That was over thirty years ago now. Which i cannot not believe but truly changed my life in fact i would say it saved my life. I don't know where. I would have been if it hadn't been for that program. That's i'm still active in to this day.
Women Empowerment With Debra Martin Chase
"Right and what And i'm also curious to seeking to be a player. Martin chase production was affiliated with disney. Twenty sixteen. i believe that's right. What you own kind of walk us through. What is that like just thinking about like when you're looking at the critics when you're moving like i am and you're seeing the that you have this black girl majett Talented woman behind the scenes and she has not production following these major project. What is that like for you to have that opportunity for yourself to create your own production company so yes with the cheetah girls. I originally Sold to girls to the disney channel television series and with the same writer. Allison taylor ultimate writer and win We finished the script. International the international divisions of the disney channel had to sign off on on new television series. And win it was sent to ram. They were like well. We can't sell this because these girls aren't real. Nobody's gonna believe that. These black and latino girls in new york city are living on park avenue and live this fancy and i was so pissed off the Point show to show that people live different. Lives and you know that. These girls have big dreams and aspirations and gary mars to credit who was head of the disney channel. Bend in now at warwick president said look i. I don't control the series totally. But i do control movies in a. We'd we configure this as a movie. I can i. Can you know make that happen. And so we did and he and he did and then in success we were able to do ops into more movies in the franchise.
Covid vaccine comes just in time for wedding and prom season
"Are blue out there. We've got a nice spring breeze. The flowers are blooming the Paul in his back yet for sure. That's how you know it's wedding in prom season. Well, there's just one problem. We're in a pandemic that Kristina's and handover manager Debra Baldwin says. This is the second season. The stories had to work through fitting people for a celebration when we're not supposed to touch each other, But with more people getting vaccinated for the first time in a year, there's hope where Close contact business and, you know, we get up close and personal. You know with these ladies, you know, so everybody has to be careful and we just have to continue, you know, doing what we need to do until Till everybody's healthy and safe again. I asked her if she was prepared for the platoon of brides preparing to land upon her shore. She says that her store alone 500 brides have postponed and the last year She says yes.
Celebrating the Publication of 'Where We Bloom' With Designer Cynthia Zamaria
"Very special guest. Is cynthia samara of cynthia samara house in flour based in toronto. Hi cynthia now and congratulations. Well back at ya Because big reveal here. Cynthia is our covergirl of where we bloom. Our brand new book that will be available in Just a just a week or so around april fourteenth so we wanted to have cynthia on to talk about her business and who she is so And you're a first time guest of the podcast and I just want to introduce you to the listeners. So i guess let me just give a little recap of where we bloom. And this book. This is the first title in bloom imprint The do publishing company. That is sort of the boutique. Publishing arm of slow flowers created by robin omni and me and we. We started with this book because it was a way to build community and feature a lot of Sloth hours members showing off their workspaces studios shops greenhouses potting sheds barns. You name it right robin yes. We definitely have a great variety from you. Know from kitchen and laundry room to beautiful outdoor Structures structures a good word for it The the subtitle of where we bloom is thirty. Seven intimate inventive and artistic studio spaces where floral passions find a place to blossom. And those of you who have known me for years as a garden writer. No that i wrote a book in two thousand eight called. Stylish sheds and elegant hideaways all about garden sheds. And there's definitely a crossover into this book but these are dedicated floral spaces and It's it's just. There is a diversity of of architecture and location and personality and
How Katherine Raz Developed 'The Fernseed'
"Welcome back to the slow lovers. Podcasts with deborah printing at. I'm so excited today to introduce catherine razz owner of the fern seed in tacoma washington. She's a slow flowers member. We've never met in person. We're doing this over resume. But we're kind of neighbors so it's so great to see on the screen to look if you kathryn. Thanks for having a really appreciate it. Oh you bet catherine I love the name of your business. You've been on my radar. Because i started following you immediately after the joint slow flowers but before we get started. Can you describe the name like what is the influence of that name. It says plants with gardening and growing. But it's not super obvious. It's a great name. Yeah thank you. The name is scandinavian legend. Or there's like a north legend or early english or something A myth about essentially like the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow if somebody finds a fern see because we all know that ferns spawn from spores not seeds. Sometimes we'll get people coming in and explaining that to us any ladies. Did you know But the idea is that if you find the seat of a fern on the summer solstice you can achieve invisibility Lower and so then. I also really liked it because I have a background in marketing and specifically search engine optimization and It was a it was a word that was easily. Google lable like we could be a worthy number one ranking term and google for the fern seed so i picked it also for that reason. Oh it does. It does have a little bit of a mythology kind of storybook vibe that you describe it because this'll related to the solstice. Do you do anything. Special on the summer solstice in which is usually what june twenty-first. Yeah well we try to last year but of course we were just reopening post covid and we were like well. We can't really have an event but this year we are. We're going to do sort of like a midsummer you know the film summer we wanted to do. Kind of like a midsummer maget with flowers and do some floral crowns and some really fun stuff around the love. That is so. It's so apropos. A love that.
Prince's ashes to be displayed marking 5th year of his death
"Years since the death of a music icon, and CBS is Debra Rodriguez tells us some fans. We'll be able to take in a special tribute to Prince died April 21st of 2016 to mark his passing Paisley Park officials will put his ashes on display in the atrium of his Chanhassen, Minnesota compound. Contained in a ceramic urn shaped like Paisley Park with princes symbol on top
Hollywood could bring in $10 billion more annually by addressing racial disparities, new study finds
"And there may be an issue. CBS is Debra Rodriguez with details. When it comes to diversity and Hollywood, we'll go to a new report find studios are only looking for the next Black Panther, and it's costing them Study from management consulting firm McKinsey finds the industry is losing $10 billion a year by undervaluing black films, filmmakers and executives, researchers say. Movies with a black leader co lead are budgeted at 24% less than movies with White leads. The Kinsey recommends the industry create a well funded third party organization to come up with a comprehensive approach to racial equality. Deborah Rodriguez CBS
The Weeknd Is Boycotting the Grammys
"Music's biggest stars, is boycotting this weekend's Grammy Awards. He's the artist behind one of the most listen to tunes ever spending 52 weeks in the top 10 of the billboard hot 100 lists. But the weekend is now saying Science Nora to Music's biggest night the best selling singer, announcing he intends to boycott all future Grammy ceremonies and will no longer permit his music to be considered for upcoming awards. This just months after the Grammys overlooked the Canadian artist completely shutting him out of all nominations following this snub the Grammy Award winning artist harshly criticizing the recording academy, calling them corrupt writing. You owe me my fans and the industry transparency. And the Grammy goes to critics have blessed the show before accusing the awards of being biased and out of touch. One of the things that has been very astonishing about all this is that three out of the last four Grammys have been racked by one scandal or another for the weekend, not to be nominated, either points to corruption or Severe dysfunction. Last year, former Recording Academy CEO Debra Dugan, ousted for alleged bullying filed a bombshell discrimination complaint against the recording academy, alleging the board manipulates the nominations process. I'm saying that the system should be transparent and that there are there are incidents of conflict of interest. That taints the results. Dugan also highlighting the longstanding struggle with gender inequality and lack of diversity when it comes to the most prestigious awards like album of the year. Saying those awards rarely go toe R and B stars like Beyonce or Kanye West. But instead, the winners tend to be in the rock, country and pop genres. But the weekends most recent statement taking it one step further, saying because of secret committees, I will no longer allow my label to submit my music to the Grammys. Something's wrong with that process. If an artist like the weekend can't even get nominated. It's something that needs to be fixed. The Super Bowl headliner is just the latest big name star to tune out the Grammys. Others include Drink, Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj. Now. In response to the weekend statement, Harvey Mason Jr. Interim president and CEO of the Recording Academy, told The New York Times We are all disappointed when anyone is upset. We are constantly evolving. And this year as in past years, we're going to take a hard look at how to improve our awards process, including the nomination review Committee. It's ABC is Amy Robach reporting
HistoryMiami's 'Collecting 2020': Documenting an unforgettable year
"Light, appearing at the end of the long covert tunnel chronicling the past year has now begun. Dr Anthony Fauci is just donated. It's personal three D coronavirus model to the Smithsonian. Other museums. They've also begun collecting pandemic artifacts. We get this story now from CBS is Debra Rodriguez and made signs thanking Berlin workers or Hazama neo at history. Miami Museum says they've received an outpouring of offers, including a black Grim Reaper suit attorney up in the Panhandle, Daniel Uhlfelder. He started walking the public beaches over the summer morning people the dangerous of gathering on the beach of solicited others, like a couple of empty vials from Jackson Health. We thought it was just so important. These are the first Vaccines and minister in Dade County. Why revisit Dark times? It's to make sure that future generations can go back and look at 2020 and have a good sense of what happened. How people collected and remembered those memories. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News
"debra" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"It's not you were trying to squeeze an in person format into like scrambling to turn on the com- know the iphone. So you took you figured out how to build participation in a i think a pretty inventive way and so I've never heard of something like this before where you have to. I think it ended up being four days. I it was gonna be two to three. But four days the presentations. That are literally free if people can w- for the the in the moment the time at airs and then if they want to capture the whole library of presentations than there there's a pretty affordable By which then gives them lifetime access or something like that might characterizing. That correctly sean. Or exactly right you can watch it for free. Live in the moment But if you want to One if you just can't sit there for a couple of days which it's a lot to take in the average about twenty five thirty presentations her summit so This year we have three days on the last two. We had four days. We do have just as many presentations leaking a little bit the way reformat like mission creep pretty soon. It's going to be twelve days now. There's definitely a line between Practicality and people actually retaining. So i want you to actually get something out of coming to the all at goodness. That's just way too much. Yeah yeah so. We're doing the three days a year but yeah three to come live and watch. You just need to preregister for that free. Check it But we do offer like a very portable of grade To get a vip all access pass and that does give you all of the recordings of the summit. You have lifetime access to watch them whenever and wherever you want and you can watch them from your smartphone or tablet your computer. There's no limitation. That's what's nice about us and With that upgrade away up some other perks to it's not just videos you do get to Join us for our presenter. Roundtable sessions which is one of my favorite parts. I think jean and i felt by. We spend a lot of email time. Back and forth with Centers and maybe a couple. Quick phone calls whether we're talking someone off the ledge about according or if where a near helping out with their idea but We get to actually talk to them office. Especially if this was maybe their first time presenting virtually or the. I'm presenting on the topic. We asked and think that's been a cool thing. Yeah as well some people you know for their design work but she really didn't know that they were really great customer region. So let's them talk about it so that you get to board them a different platform Voice a different type of topic. Then maybe you know before we go on any further. I have to just ask. Where did the name flir von. Come from because it's kinda cool to have just like this iconic single word that sounds like an extravaganza but also Flowers but what. What's the origin of that up. So honestly i have the name for von tossing around in my head for months. I had no clue what was four than an energy attest to that gender and something needs to be called ravana. I don't know what it is is more. We even talked about doing a summit and then We have the convoy about doing summit lightning kind of struck and we were just like off to the races. Like okay get presenters and use. Like i know debra pins and do you. I don over yet talked to her. It was very rafael. Never like widely make sure we just call for vonda we're like done so the dissect yet We like the floor for the you know for flowers. Meaning the peaceful like nirvana like that more peace in the state of being and we wanted. The whole vibe to be not chaotic rushing Everyone's on equal playing fields and then name although came before the summit was decided. Sometimes that's how your inspiration works. Is you get this idea and Three tip to those who are listening when you get these ideas and you don't know what they're four write them down in your journal and some later i well. That's that's sort of a tip that i collect out of for the writing workshop is just right so everything can be reused somehow. Don't we joke about that a lot. We always say future gina or future. Sean yes they will thank you for that or like we'll get to talking like gene at a really great job on writing out because it's already done i love it i was. I have to say. I was so grateful for the invitation. Gina didn't have anything to do with my time. but i feel like by creating this conference framework. You are pushing all of us to try new things and to use and digital in a different way and Just because of the x. cova did kind of afford us all to regroup and rethink it. Did it just was like a door. You open that. I was really I was nervous. But i was really excited to to try recording an online course and gina's point was just figure it out because you can you can build on. This and i was really appreciative of that. Yeah and i got pushed from sean style. It just it. Snowball slayton So sean What what are you talked about. Being kind of a gala -tarian. I think it was really one of the refreshing hearts about this in that there are people with with credentials behind their names. There are people who are Odd operating in a completely different platform and aren't really interested in that and also you had non floral professionals in other kind of lifestyle categories and. I felt like that. It's more like you address the whole person rather than like you said maybe the business side or maybe you know. Maybe it's the emotional mental health site. It's not just making case. Yeah it was. That was an important thing for us as well. 'cause we going into it that we didn't it to only i've mentioned like only be designed because when you're in crisis learning new tips and techniques aren't really. What's the life raft you need. You need more like okay. Like i am going crazy icing my whole shop going up in in mental lanes in front of my eyes. And what do i do and so like okay. Like either friend who was an astrologer i'm like. Should we do something about creative astrology. Why not let's go for it What this type of platform of like we did essential oils to like the with this platform. We can try different things that maybe haven't been easily accessible that do parallel our industry or are a little bit of maybe an extra filaments like that. Yeah a little like a parallel subject matter that that is completely going to appeal to the same audience. Yeah yeah and when we reached out to our non four people for for lack of a better term Of like why on earth would any of your people want to listen to them. Because what you have to say is cool. i'm just framing around creativity. Like it's just shaping the message into the avenue and some of our biggest compliments were on the non oral presentations but they liked. It was different..
"debra" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"And we hope to see there are final sponsors. Thanks goes to. The association of specialty cut flower growers formed in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. A s cfd was created to educate unite support. Commercial cut flower growers. Its mission is to help. Growers produce high-quality floral material and to foster and promote the local availability of that product. Learn more at s dot org. Thanks so much for joining us today. The slow flowers. Podcasts has been downloaded more than six hundred and eighty three thousand times by listeners. Like you thank you for listening commenting and sharing it. Means so much as our movement gains more supporters and more passionate participants who believe in the importance of our domestic cut flower industry. The momentum is contagious. I feel it too high value your support and invite you to show your thanks to support slow flowers ongoing advocacy education and outreach activities you can find the donate button in the column to the right. Pat debra printing dot com. I'm deborah printing posts and producer of the slow flowers. Podcast next week. You're invited to join me and putting more slow flowers on the table. One vase at a time. And if you like what you hear please consider logging onto i tunes and posting a review the content and opinions expressed here are either mine alone or those of my guests alone. Independent of any podcast sponsor or other person company or organization. The slow flowers podcast is engineered and edited by andrew kremlin learn more about his work at sound body movement dot com..
"debra" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"Well the other thing. I wanted to mention Before we wrap up. Is that just in celebration of launching bloom imprint. Robin this crazy idea to create a floral musical playlist on spotify. And it's pretty amazing. You know you think you know every song with the word with a flower word in it. But i probably knew one or two of them. It's it's extensive so Taco out that it's going to say i can't take credit for for you know all of it. I could dream up one or two. I think debra and i both tasks are families. I asked my husband and deborah astro brother who is actually a musicologist rate and. Yeah so we have more playlist to come but to start with we. Have you know when you thinking about it. you know There's all sorts of flour songs that are used are flowers that are used in titles of songs and you knew it was interesting robbins. So many people that. I've interviewed about their their studio spaces for where we bloom. They all often mentioned that they have music on while they're designing so maybe this will be something that people can put on their their phone or their their smart device and listen to the music that we've you know curated for them. Yes well it's fun right and it's it's great and i mean i don't know about you but some of the i also follow other artists painters and they talk about the same creative strategy of listening to music to fire them so And then also we encourage you to sign up for our social media which we have Something on instagram. Have a page on instagram. We have a page on facebook and we are building pinterest library as well. So you can look for us. There that would be great What else debra. What else do we how. Well what we have quite a little dream team going on. I thank you so much for Partnering with me to bring these beautiful books alive. Who could have predicted back in. I don't even know the year two thousand three or four or five. We've met at a press tour at the now you know now defunct seattle interior show. That's right but who could predict it. We would team up to launch bloom. Imprint it's just been really fun now. I mean it just goes to show you the beauty of building relationships over time. Yeah and crossing each other's paths throughout our life and yeah worth the wait. Is you say well. I wish that we could be together to share a glass of bubbly but that too will come. We don't live that far from each other and soon we will have. I guess we'll be vaccinated so we can see each other in person more. I hope so at least go flower shopping. Because these zucchinis are killing. Me of right. I know so you know. Just here's to our new venture you know and we certainly hope all of these projects will you'll find value in them and some of them will find way to your book shells and become inspiring references and resources for your floral lifestyle. Yeah this is great. I really have Had fun talking about this with the of course we we're really into it and We got.
"debra" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"Leader in the national guard association and even in two thousand eighteen when we help us with our summit in washington. Dc which is near. We're terry lives in maryland. I invited her to attend and learn more about the slow flowers community. And we didn't really know what was going gonna lead but that did begin. Our shared interest in conversation about flower growing. So when you and i robin thought of producing a book with stories of black farmers like flower. Farmers and floral designers terry was on the top of my author list. And we're so glad. She said yes. She's going to be a dream to work with. She has such a wonderful spirit. And we think this is a very important book. It's one that reflects our values for inclusivity and representation yup yup black flora which is a working title. Will we'll see where it goes but right now we're we're creating it to tell beautiful rich complex and diverse narratives of african americans and other people of color in the floral marketplace. And we all agree that it's long past time to recognize their excellence and their contributions to cut flower farming and forestry and as a garden writer podcast and her. Terry's a great interviewer ensure interviews interviews and profiles with leading pioneers whose lives and art are rooted in the flora. World will really bring this book to life. It will be a very very special title long coming. Our other. january twenty twenty. Two book comes from. Cynthia zamora and cynthia has this rare combination of interior design. Flower growing and photo styling so you can only imagine how wonderful all her images Her book which is called howson flower reviving forgotten hose and vanden gardens will be filled with these photos and simply as a principal personal narrative she explores how the art of reviving gardens and these homes and she takes the reader through the process. What she does with her husband. Graham and they were restore interior settings and exterior spaces of their residences. They're going to be focusing on their seventh residents of restoration ludi and this And also reflect on the other lessons. Learn that they've coaxed new life into other properties in and around their native toronto. Wow just wow on a personal note. I have to say how happy i am. That bloom imprint is committed to producing books about our slow flower society members and their floral expertise and their floral values. And we love that whole idea flow lifestyle and our books We believe will connect enthusiasts and passionate thorough with those values. It's really exciting. And because we know it's a lot of work to produce a book five books. We obviously believe in what we're doing here. Well let's talk a little bit about how we work with authors Because we know that they'll be people who We don't want to discuss their vision and their ideas with us and we're happy to do so so authors who work with bloom your creative prisoner entrepreneuring your own right and we know that you have a beautiful ideas and you have imagine things that may not have been realized yet as a publication simply because other demands and and commitments take priority so bloom are book development process. We're designed to maximize the key creative strengths of each author. So we help you bring that concept from Be a but we like to say see to blossom and.
"debra" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"Rose garden or or a throwing thriving flower farm. So really whether you wanna fill acreage or whether you wanna put a rose Bear berry rose in a pot and see what develops the leash is going to tell you all about it. And that's what's so amazing about felicia that she has this breath of knowledge about farming especially forming roses that she can adapt because it's the same steps. It's just how extensive you wanna get in terms of her sound advice and her very detail and educated har- quarter cultural knowledge. It's just it's just wonderful and it's been terrific to collaborate with felisa on this book and i love love. Love how she is waiting. Her personal family story of three generations of farmers in the california area into the pages of this practical and inspiring rose cultivation content. Yeah it's a great project piece people who listen to this podcast of holy show before she was guests last year and She somehow blends the the science and the art of rose growing into sort of all of her presentations. Either on her workshops says she does in her own newsletter and Now for our book and she also has been asked by many people when you to do a book so we're thrilled that bloom. imprint will be printing that We see. I like to call the florist guide to growing garden roses. But it's so much more because it's going to be a accessible to anyone who wants to grow roses. Yeah and all other titles in buddy this value to publish a first book from floral design rockstar holly hyde chapel. Oh my gosh. That was just amazing. And she's wonderful and amazing to work with so creative and this book is called life and flowers lessons affirmations from the garden. Well of course listeners. Of this podcast have met holly. She's been a past guest On the south hours podcasts a few times and as a wedding and event florist and founder of the chapel designers floor community. Holly is everyone knows. She's a great visionary and a highly recognized and sought after floral designer. She's been published in countless publications and You know has this hub. In virginia at pope flower farm and people been asking holly win. Is she going to do her. First book for years and we are so excited that we are helping. Holly bring this to life showing all of her values of hospitality creativity and community and her inspiring story into the pages of a book. So we're jazzed about that. Oh my gosh. I mean from a creative director. Our churches plenty of you this year. Quality of gorgeous photographs to capture hollies work. When i was talking earlier about you know getting joy when i was going down it was always dropbox looking at it was mind blowing and embracing happy and i mean it's really tough to find a bad photograph so i think readers are just gonna be amazed at her ideas in her inspiration. Yeah and plus if anyone has listened to holly speak you know. She has a story for literally any flower designer events. She's ever touched so it's very personal for her and i think that's why people are going to really love this book but my secret pleasure for all of our books is that you and i get to step inside the worlds of these beautiful and smart and savvy authors and partner with them to create something personal from their hearts absolutely and i that is so true and are to january twenty twenty. Two books really exemplify that. And so we're we're we're excited to tell you about album. You can tell but we really. These books are special in a different category. And we're excited to tell you about these. Two new authors working on one title called lack flora authored by terry spate and won't call howson flower by canadian designer. Cynthia zamora deborah white. You talk about terrorist book. And then i'll talk about a little more about cynthia's rate well. First of all -tarian. I have known each other through our mutual garden writers and blogging community. And i've secretly wanted to find a way to collaborate with her for years. Terry owns cut.
"debra" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"Offers more flexibility more freedom more revenue than conventional publishing. Will one of the things we also really Have a value about is that the authors are contributing their expertise their knowledge their assets that a lot of them have photography already and they have stories to tell. And that's what they contribute We come alongside and partner with them to bring the book to life so that It's it's an affordable way to launch a book because we're asking you to just bring your your own assets and not spend money not by and not have a financial stake in the creation that all then we all come together and you reap the rewards of a successful project. Well i want to talk about the editorial process. And i want you to talk about the design process just because we kind of have a good division of labor this the goal of our storytelling process is to develop the best book concept possible to represent our authors their brand their mission and provide the guidance to kind of help shape that outline helps people who don't consider themselves writers to feel empowered to be floral storytellers and then you kind of have a cohesive plan game plan that we help you as you write revise and get that manuscript edited and at the same time. Robin is engaged on the other equally. Important half of that project. So tell us about that robyn exactly well and i also think it important thing to mention here. Deborah is to reiterate what you said earlier where often when you work with more traditional house that publishing house that you hand in your script your manuscript and kind of come back to you once or twice. We're actually literal. He which the whole journey fourth. Yeah a lot of back and forth in terms of analog back and forth in terms of visual work. we do we we love. I mean my favorite thing is to look at all your photos. Somebody else say to me. One of our authors said i have so many. I'm like oh that's so great. That will make it so happens. Music to my ears right. That's easy. I can't wait a one time. I had kind of down day over. You know in in december. And i went in and looked at one of our authors dropbox and it just made me so happy so so i get out of the yet the photography but also we work together in terms of looking at that imagery the topography the color And and you know this is integrated from day. one We are. We are putting forth all the proposals and all the projects in an inclusive environment. Where we're talking about the words were talking about the pictures talking about all of this retreating design vocabulary for the book because we want you to have an a distinctive. Look and feel for your book. That's right well we've been talking a lot about who we are and what bloom imprint is. So let's turn to our current projects. I'm so proud to be collaborating with you. Robin on our first five. Titles for the twenty twenty one twenty two season and like you. I'm so grateful for our amazing authors. Who chose to work with blue imprint. So let's go over those books topics and authors and kind of reveal them to our listeners today because this is the big launch sounds great. Well let's don't their first book. Which is yours debra. And it's called where we bloom and we've been working on this for several months and i'm so excited because i think it's a first grade book because there's more than a thirty five or thirty six. I think slow flower members featured in the pages. And that's exciting because it's right on our brand but also we think it's such a wonderful way to enter juice the whole concept of bloom. It's right. i agree. I'll share a little synopsis of you. Check out our show notes for today's episode. You'll see a sneak peek of the book jacket. Art for where we bloom. And by the way props to our favorite book designer. Jenny as who has helped me with slow fibers graphic brand for the past five years and also worked with robin to create slow flowers journal which came out last year It's always been really nice to have that collaborative aspect of working with jenny. Robin do you want to hear. No other than she's great and that i thank my stars every day because she's really Wonderful and approachable. And i'm just so open to a variety of ideas and she has really good instincts And we've been wanting to. We basically put out a call in less fall in october To slow fibers members saying. We're working on this book where we bloom. And if you want to share images and the story of your floral studio your workshop your greenhouse. You're potting shed anywhere. We're floral art comes to life. Please submit and we'll We'll we'll consider it for the book. While is it turns out. As robinson we have over thirty six Beautiful spaces and Stories to be compiled in the pages of this book I just wanna give a shout out to the talented individuals who contributed photos and their stories with us from farmers Flower farmers florus farmer floors and designers Who you know each in her own right have something entirely personal to share about their creative process and at its core go ahead as just going to say also add that what i love about it is that we have a variety of approaches. We have you know people who have actually buildings on their property. We have people who have sheds We have store fronts. We have we have a florist who were working out of their. You know their laundry room so this is something for everybody. Yeah i agree and at its core. I feel like where we bloom celebrates the environments that support a nurtured the creative process There have been books like this About artists studios and artists spaces. But we've never really seen one in the floral space. We're going to be really fun for people to take take a inspiration from how creative flower people thrive when they're spaces are part of their art practice so anyway robin. We've got that spoke one. What's next okay. So let's talk about our for other books which were so thrilled to be able to say that that in the first year were producing five bucks and that were also in conversation with other people Time which is just amazing And we're really looking forward to kicking the up. The next of the four books off in september october And we Wanna we're looking to publish. Flores felicia alvarez's new book of menagerie farm and flower It's called growing wonder and We're calling this a flower. Farmers guide to rose's fallacious book is for flower practitioners who dream of possessing.
"debra" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"I think we've evolved that You know just a little more In terms of expanding beyond flower farmers. Some florus because we're looking at everything from Just not the farm in the florus but to you know interiors and also food. Those are all on our radar. I think we like to use the idea of the floral lifestyle especially now after the past year What was this that you saw. Better homes and car was like twenty. one million. New people started gardening during cova. Did i mean it's crazy right and there and so it truly is being It's more than vegetable gardening. Now it's beyond that and it's about adding a bit of joy and pleasure to your life in from your backyard. That's not gonna go away. It's not gonna disappear. It's it's has lasting Well i said. I wanted the tone to be authentic influential an accessible. I think we're striving that with the others. We've partnered with who have something unique unique voice they have a unique voice and they have a unique approach and they're all very authentic. This is This is this is embedded in their souls. Well we There's lots more here but we're gonna share a link to Bloom imprints website and Of course a lots of our other material. But i just think that the core thing that's driving me is to introduce floral artists entrepreneurs and certain influential people that we believe embracing embody this'll fires practice And help them bring their creativity their creativity into a book project because Like you said earlier. It's a bit of a process and it's sorta hard to do by yourself. it's nice to partner with publishers. Who wanna walked up down that path with you. Yeah i actually think. That's a really good point because i think You know at this point with all of the Social media tools and textile dairy Actually self published on amazon if you wanted to but i think that there is There's so many little nuances that you're not quite aware of it because it's it's just so many different details ago into a project right. You're good because it's so true. I was just on out. I'll web webinars zoom webinars the other day watching This wonderful woman who basically as far reaching a natural dyes and watercolours. She handed out a journal. She created with her tom. And had it mailed to you. And you know the content is great but the presentation is off putting and so. It's just to say yes. She certainly created this senate wonderful but it needs a little polish and it needs a little bit more of her in there. Because as i watched her she herself has a really great aesthetic a really great message and that all needs to come through in this journal. So i'm like you know that's how we look at different artists who work with and different Flow people is that cost. That's really a great approach. Okay how do we highlight that right. How do we bring it to life in with photos. And and words I do think that both of us have worked on a number of publishing projects with different with different in prince and Where we've been basically worked for hire and you know come in contributed editorial or creative direction and through that we just sort of come up with our own philosophy about How to publish books and be an effective partner for our authors So we're really trying to develop our unique publishing model for bloom imprint. Do you wanna talk a little bit about how that's evolving and what that looks like from From the sea to the blossom. Well i think you often say this denver that everybody feels like they have a book in and it's true because everybody does have a unique to tell but getting there and getting it out as we were just describing is another matter entirely and i think that That we really believe that we want to have that initial conversation. Make sure there's a connection with them and then begin to move forward and we you know we go through a whole process of Doing a creative brief doing Inspiration or for the for the project etc etc as we move through this process in order to get that alignment going We also have what we call a very unique publishing model in terms of how we're approaching it and deborah. I've for you to hit on that a bit. Because i feel that It is unique and it. Doesn't you have a deep understanding having published other books yourself and myself having published other books you know where there's some road to innovate. Yeah well i mean in traditionally with the royalty based model Most authors at the mo- the most they're going to get out of book. Sales is possibly you know. High single digits maybe ten percent of revenue. And you know when. I did my book style. Stylish and elegant hideaways which sold for twenty four ninety five in the. We're talking about like eleven or twelve years ago. I got sixty five cents per book. That was all. I was ever going to get out of that book because i was splitting my royalty with the photographer which is great. He deserved it too. But we both deserve more sixty five cents a book So that's one model and the whole industry is has been built on that model To the point where booksellers are allowed to return. Unsold copies for full credit. So disincentivize is the publishers from giving more of the profits to the author. And we just don't wanna work that way So we kind of have a non traditional approach to stop publishing and we believe we want to co produce a book with the author and clothing revenue sharing so we wanna give authors a significant percentage of the revenue far above. What you see in the mainstream a publishing world and so rather than advances or royalties we use a revenue sharing income model that brings our partners brings our authors inas partners That creates that requires some creative thinking. Because they're the book industry is in the middle of a disruption stage. Right now and i think people listening to this who are in floral no that that floral distribution model is also being disrupted with social media and with access to technology. Everything's changing so you know it it. It's a bit of an you know an experiment. In that we believe that our author driven distribution model gives.
"debra" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"Hi robyn it's so great to welcome you to the slow flowers podcasts. Thanks for joining me today. Of course it's just so great to be here and talk about our what we're dreaming up in our new endeavor that's right and so i want you to join me in sharing the story of bloom imprint with our listeners. We got some celebrations to do today. Yeah absolutely. Let's walk through the chapters of this story. When we decided to join talents to start our own book publishing company we started by defining what we wanted to do. So maybe we can help you talk about that. Like first of all. Do you wanna give us an overview of the scope and range of what bloom imprint is. Well we like to say that. We take projects from the blossom meaning from the very beginning to Hopefully the goal is full publishing of a project. But what we're looking for. Is we really want to a showcase. The flora lifestyle the personalities creatives entrepreneurs artisans farmers makers who they all have beautiful stories to tell and we want to tell them so. Three blue route being creative on samir's bring those concepts to reality and basically hone in. We work with each individual to hone in on their Core editorial purpose what expresses their brand the best who they are and what's unique about their personal approach to what they do with flowers and in the flower lifestyle. I think that's great and you know we. We both bring a lot of experience from working in other aspects publishing to this project. So i feel like we've got something to share with with authors. Who are interested in joining bloom imprint. The between the two of us. Deborah you know we cover a total guidance outlining and planning project management continental and copy editing creative direction art direction. Photo editing book design. There's so many elements that go in to getting from one aspect to another. I think the people are more people really unaware of in terms of what all goes into a project and how important is to actually project manage that project. I agree i have worked on disastrous book. Projects that weren't manage well and i've worked on beautifully organized and sort of well thought-out approaches and it's a lot less painful to do it that way. Yes and a lot more fun which is important to us yeah we. I'm kind of diverging from what we were going to talk about. But like this whole idea. That it has to be joyous and fulfilling creatively or it's not worth doing and we've said that our authors write. This is not torture. this is fun. I says this is expressive. It's creative expression and it should be joyful. I love it. I love it all well. One of the main reasons we formed this partnership is because you and i work well together and truly respect what. Each other brings to the table robin. You're more than a creative director. And i hope i'm more than an editorial director in our issues hema. Yeah i'd like to say is one. Plus one equals three where we together were able to achieve so much more as a team than we could ever do. Solo and It to that end. I wanted to ask you to talk about the approach. We bring to our books Well that special magic that adds up to a successful title for an author that we partner with well. I think what's really interesting. Is i left. The oneplus twenty three because part of being successful in business whether it's a creative business or a regular business to have clear roles and responsibilities and that's one thing that we really do we're not We each have our areas and we'll say oh we own. I honest you will matt or i'll say off. Take that on. But it's really clear late. I you know. I give space for you for your right the writing and editorial approach and you let me run and give me space with the creative approach but then we get together. And that's the unique part is that we actually say well okay. What is the story that we're trying to tell because the visual has to support the verbal and the verbal needs to support the visual. And that is really what we're trying to achieve. We're not trying to do The books around Studio portraits or you know Or books that are just around straight headshots and lot of texts. Were trying to combine everything in a beautiful story right and just based on my experience in the mainstream publishing world especially in garden books. That doesn't always happen. And the author it goes off in one corner and writes. The text turns the text into the publisher. And then some kind of graphic design happens. But not everybody's at the table discussing the kind of the game plan from day one. And i think that's what we don't wanna. We wanna work like that right exactly. I mean we have our relationship and then we have our relationship with our authors and they can certainly attest to the fact that from day. One we're talking and involving them with. How are we going to approach this house. What's the outline locally. What does her of visual approach photography you know we haven't done illustration yet but we they may very well do that day but what's appropriate for the story of trying to tell and your brand and then also what we say is we're not just gonna take it and run within say here it. Is you know proofreading hunt. Get back to the right. It's more like are you comfortable with these photos. Are you okay with this. Graphic design style. Do you feel that this is working for you here. Check the editing. we just didn't Are you comfortable with that Does that work And that's really important guy and this. This is interesting because we just had this conversation with one of our others and you actually asked the author to put a like an inspiration. Board together of colors fonts types of other books that she liked before you down the path of designing. You wanted to kind of get. What her motive idea was you know for her own book. Yeah absolutely and and also yeah. And i think it's important to know that you have most people have established in aesthetic that they In this industry. That's why we're in this industry and we have to coordinate with that aesthetic. That's a really good point. Well when we first put our heads together last summer we wanted to books with strong authors. And i remember sitting in your backyard. We brainstormed at a safe distance of course socially distance but from the notes. I took that day. I started drafting creative vision for bloom imprint. And i just found the notes so i thought it'd be fun to share what i had jotted down and see how close we are to that. Make me i said describe the project in a single sentence bloom. Identifies develops publishes content that nurtures highlights and supports the voices of flower farmers and flores in the slow flowers movement that we're pretty close pretty close..
"debra" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"About what we have in store for sharing the people places flowers and art of our slow flowers community through a lineup. A new lineup of books between us. Robyn and i have produced and published more than twenty lifestyle design architecture floral and gardening titles we formed bloom imprint. As a boutique publishing company with the mission of identifying creative entrepreneurial book ideas and growing them from the seed of initial concept to a finished product as we published new authors and consult with aspiring ones. We believe that producing a book is ultimately one of the most affordable marketing available to creatives. Let me tell you a little more about robin off knee. And then we'll jump right in and get started a creative veteran in the media and high tech industries robbins experience includes fifteen plus years in the publishing industry and eight years at microsoft in design and creative management. She has successfully managed innovative award winning design teams and high profile projects as well as receiving numerous national design and photography editing awards for her own work. Robin has produced ten books including collaborating with me on the slow flowers. Journal in two thousand. Four following microsoft. She founded collage a consultancy specializing in creative strategy content development and arts advocacy. She has worked with fortune. Five hundred companies national advertising agencies and award winning media properties applying timely actionable insights to their businesses. Robin received.
"debra" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"There was a photo of her laughing. So she had a slight double Chin and they wrote who ate all spies and they wrote like a picture about Renee Zellweger when she'd started losing weight to her film saying Too Fat for love like these were beached. Whale was written across the. Owing Latifah's photographs I. It was also the beginning of fat shaming that you were Oh my gosh, I tell you a story I had given birth and this was about eight months after I was not back to my original weight and my husband and I decided to go on our first vacation we went we went down to Mexico and I was walking around like wrapped in CAFTANS and I wouldn't get into the pool in less I like sat on the edge with the Kaftan, and then I would slowly lower myself in. So at no point, anyone would see be in my bathing suit. And I remember him saying honey what are you? What are you doing and I said I don't know I just feel I just I feel like they're photographers I just I, I just feel like I'm going to be photographed and he's like honey look around there's there's no place for a photographer to be. You're. Safe. And I was like, Okay I. You know I don't want to be a Debbie Downer. So I'm just going to relax and we landed back in Los Angeles and the phone rings and his my publicist and she said honey I just want you to know. There's an article in the national enquirer. Where you are in your bathing suit And the title of it is will and gross. And there are circles. Ties they circled your stomach. They circled your neck they circled your arms and dissect did you and talked about just how huge were and in addition they had on the same page other actresses who had bounced immediately right-back. Genie's, and so they would say debra eight months after giving birth and ex an ex ex actress eight months after. You'd failed you'd filed the Snyder. Challenge. That's toxic. The way that we we use actresses and famous models to pressure all women into thinking that they have to immediately returned to. This is when they're nursing the human being that they made in that. Baldi when they've got bigger priorities yes I mean I said look it. It takes nine months to make a human it you. For you to think that it will take any less than that. To get your body, you know stabilized with all the hormonal changes and everything. It's you know it's torture is literally torture and it shouldn't be wheel focusing on. You've just made a little pass and enjoy your maternity leave and I. I'm so sorry that happened to you. I didn't know that I must have missed those particular fat shaming pictures..
"debra" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"So we're talking about the the ways in which you've been made to feel uncomfortable in this industry and the way that people make you feel as you beautiful and then after all of that, in spite of the fact that you've thought, you should just quit Hollywood and you should just become a theater actor or I don't know like someone wearing a mask because you're so traumatized just apply for the next two backer role maybe. Yes you end up finding will and grace. So will and grace finds you become this huge superstar you go through I do WanNa talk about the sample sizes that we touched on earlier. You think the eating disorder. Factor of this industry is hugely important and it's so rare to get talked someone in your position who was around at the. Height of it. About it is. Now it is nowhere near as wild as it was when you were coming up this is when we watched Jennifer Aniston and Courtney Cox Shrink in front of our eyes we ally mcbeal listed as the Callisto Flockhart who played ally mcbeal who was you know just so on traditionally thin skin truly not body shaming any way but that was her physique. And that visine became the physique of the ninety s and suddenly all of the actresses had it everyone was teeny everyone wanted to have a flat chest nobody him big thigh gaps. Yes. That's what you came into having. Not been necessarily a naturally very, very skinny. No Pass No. Yeah. Exactly. I was I was when I started will and grace I was a size eight. and. What happened was every time I would go in for a fitting. I couldn't fit into close. You know eighty percent of it I couldn't fit into. And I would leave feeling. Just hating my body and hating myself and you know. I loved my costume designer. She she would always say, don't worry okay and and she would talk to her assistant and say, okay, can you call over and get larger size? And so every time I didn't fit into something. Okay. Call and see if they have that in a larger size and that was just sort of the thing that was on repeat all the time and so of course, I thought my life would be so much easier. Forever End, it would be easier on everybody trying to do their job if I just lost weight. And so I started doing yoga every single day and I did one of those, you know meal delivery services and started to get smaller and I was I was six and they were like you're losing weight. You look amazing you look amazing and. Obviously. These are people who are A. Feel like they're just complimenting you, and of course, what you hear is a woman. Is Oh, this is making them. Happy. So I.
"debra" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"I'm saying this but hello, welcome Debra messing welcome to Iway how you I am so fantastic. How are you? I'm so good. It's so exciting to have you on this podcast quite surreal because I've grown up watching you. In fact, in one of my most fomative years, I would say that was the year that I broke my back and I was bed bound and I was super sick as a teenager. Anyway one of the things that used to carry me through was your show will and grace and you're a massive hero of mine. Especially, as a young kid who didn't feel safe to come out for another ten years that. So much to make. Made me feel less weird unless alone and just taught me so much about the world. So thank you for that and It's wild that you'll hear more. Thank you for those beautiful words it's You know just laughter is is medicine and. I that's what I've been looking for during this quarantine time and I'm just so. I'm just so glad that you know we were there to make you laugh during obviously an incredibly difficult time. Oh for sure. How is your quarantine been going? It's been nuts. It's been. It's been insane. I don't have a backyard I don't have a balcony at you know it's New York City. So it's small. So it's kind of like the shining. I you know I'm not really sure if I will become homicidal but. Yeah it's it's been. It's been wild and very up and down then triggered triggered my depression and my anxiety at different points and I have found a way to sort of keep things a little bit more stable I've discovered. Piano. Oh. Yeah I played the piano when I was a little girl not well. And Somehow, I just felt this impulse to teach myself how to play the piano. So I bought like ten books And I have an APP and now I've been playing every single day and I'm getting better and I'm actually taking a a music theory class through the Burke, the Berkley School of Music in Boston. Oh. My God. That's so annoying. You're so annoying. Sasha, annoying answer I am picked up any fucking skills nothing. I didn't say it was good but I am I am saying that it is it is surprisingly soothing to me and I think it's because it's like a different language and so I have concentrate so much. is facing I can't think about what's happening in the world while I'm doing I I'm not I'm I'm purely jealous like I don't actually look down on you I look up to you. I'm trying to spit up at you. Fear is because I've watched every single press into anything do it's been four months and Lebron's like? So any new skills? No. If anything I have devolved devolved I've gotten less. The quarantine. My fucking social skills are gone. They are. Gone. I don't WanNa. Leave the House I. Something that you and I spoke about over the phone the I is I because I spent so much time in house sick as a kid I am not always great with leaving the house and I'm not Greenlee socializing and I know that that's something that you yourself have struggled with and I'm Jack grateful that you're winning to talk on this podcast. Can you talk to me about your kind of history with Agra Phobia and depression anxiety? Yes sure..
"debra" Discussed on Run That Prank
"To purchase PERV. DNR TO. I'm not going to Francis at all I don't have. Much time on my hand being one damn, please I do. Not can't. Can't be at a concert for seven hours. One going to if you could go to see Luther I'm going to go see the dog Oh Ryan. Out. Earlier call I'm coming to you? Man I. Prince was the first person that came to my mind, so I gotta go to Prince. Are and I've been to I've seen all of them I. Love Them All. Call looking into Prince. Prints daily beloved when you? were. Board? You Got Whitney. You got prints. You Got Luther, and you also have the one and only Michael Jackson Yeah Poverty Nag like answer, but I'm not going because you didn't say Jodi so I'm not going nuts. I don't know why I'll be right. Thank you? Count, up. Strawberry letter for today today's subject I love my man, but I'm cool with his ex wife to. We'll get into it right after this you're listening to. Morning Show. Hi Guys Katie lowes here, actress, mom and host of the parenting podcast Katie's Crip a show that helps women navigate the colossal changes that come with motherhood. You'll hear from resilient Mama's knowledgeable experts and me asking a whole lot of questions, it's real talk that offers real perspective on what it's really like to be apparent, so join me new episodes published every other Thursday listen to Katie scrape on iheartradio APP or on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. I'm Alex and I have a new podcast. Let's get into. It is all about tackling the stuff you and I wanNA. Know each week I'm joined by a friend and a wisdom tree and discuss. About Money Love Your relationships even fitness and mental health I love having deep conversations with my friends. And now it's your turn to get in on. It listened to Alex Iona. Let's get into on the iheartradio APP apple, podcasts or wherever you get your podcast..
"debra" Discussed on Run That Prank
"I'm Alex Aiono and I have a new podcast. Let's get into. It is all about tackling the stuff you and I wanNA know each week I'm joined by a friend and a wisdom tree, and we discuss everything you want to know about money. Love Your relationships, even fitness and mental health I love having deep conversations with my friends, and now it's your turn to get in on it. Listen to Alex Iona. Let's get into it on the iheartradio, APP, apple, podcasts or wherever you get your podcast. Coming up at the top of the hour, right about four minutes after its today strawberry letter subjects. I love my man, but I'm cool with his ex-wife to okay I love liked it though. Oh with his ex wife. Here. Everybody getting a loan. That's what I'm somebody. And that's the kind of world I'm trying to I'm sorry who you ladder. We're right now the nephew. You'll be. Why don't you get? Prank phone calls Debra. Debra! Debra Hey. Okay, we go, not ladies ladies all you ladies listen up. You know if you and your car pullover because we have to do some hair right now. We are in the middle Deborah Hey. We WanNa way to one of the bad has style in Atlanta g. a this heels deprecate. Take a listen. Mass to? Let me. Tell You my name. Is Wayne you dear my aunties Hallier's today and now I don't know what you did. What kind of glue you'd use would weaves whatever, but my auntie hat and fell in search today to and I don't even you? Don't even know why you coming on the fat him anyway about Rt.. Haney Multi Deborah Debra. I I think. You'll go. To. Bed You tripping went. Look. Let me say this to you all I'm saying you gotTA. You gotta say. I'm serious series about my. Was In global. Does one happened in I fell out there service. The church members is sitting there laughing that. I've been. Trying to get the out of a casino business outlet. Anyway but I don't. Know. In the city, talk about my eighty and Hud sees us. Don't you talk about how? They, Miss Deborah. I. got. Just got. From you yesterday I, you go, sit here and act like you ain't cutted yesterday. been a real. down. Mate forgotten. To everybody in Atlanta Georgia not to come. To. Don't do. My name is Wayne. But you. got a brother named biggest. Why? Look look. Let me tell you something I won't no problem, but I thought he'd hands if I got to. Okay! Okay, hey, ain't got time to anyone. Who made the mistake what? Now, look. You got me good Sunday, I just came from church is. Telling me. You got no. Had nothing do. The Fun at one eight and a half hour, not inside. Me So. Call somebody else way. Hey I. AM The. But what good would you you? You must be in right now. You've got people have found. Glue followed it all on the Pew. I probably. Not Tell you right now high. That so. Deborah. Got If I if? I don't. I laughed. Look all I'm saying you didn't miss them and I wanna get it rectified I need to. Call and apologize to. Drinking Which? I? You and Michael Jackson and and Deborah. Whatever name you look. All you go, go respect mine. Okay, whatever you say, her name is I. Put up. I, want you to Redo my eight and a half for Free Aguirre. who money back from the first time she paid you? I don't know I don't know who. I don't know who. I'm. Why are you coming? Why look your way I`Ma go ahead? I'm hanging up in your face my whole. I'm Deborah Nephew Wayne, now my fit two years old now. You Ain't gonNA respect. Ale How you expect to be blessed. You say who just went to church. On Sunday was. Liked it. But. I've got one more thing. I need to say to you before I get off the phone, right? What's? GotTa site. Minutes. This is nephew Tommy from the Steve Harvey. Show Pryke from your girlfriend. How. Yoga your. She's say trust me. Going all the. Way Or second. Note. See what it is if you. Ask Me. You do. y'All do. I. Don't. Too To. Nobody. Nobody half highlighted search. You still say the bomb down now, so I just wanted to call. It makes a prank. My girl, she award. Asa One thing from what is the bad it's. The bad is radio show in the world? And I've ever. Deborah K. Okay keep on here. I do this. Do One gotta go? Jake came up with an a bit call one gotta go. One gotta go. Yeah, I'M GONNA. Do One gotta to go y'all what you let me. Here we go. You can, you can only go to one concert. Just want Whitney Houston. Luther Vandross. Prints. All Michael Jackson? WHO's got to go? What. is now which one gotta go Jay. Which one do you go to I'm going to use to? Love Gross, but one. You can't go to right. No, no, no, you can only go to one. Out of four. To One. WHO! Winning Lou. We heard. You frustrated frustrated. You keep saying. Like anybody. I'm going to Luther I. Going to Michael Second. I go.
"debra" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"Certainly not a licensed counselor. But I know that there is a lot of benefit to just immersing yourself and beauty so this summer we're offering classes where people can come and get a few hundred blooms on each person you registers I chat with them ahead of time to talk with them about what colors and kind of flowers, they particularly that those what resonates with them so that they can. Can have a unique experience, but something that's really special command, and then we're going to deconstruct books, flowers and I'm going to give them instructions on how to make a flatly. We're GONNA. Make them and we're GONNA. Photograph them, and they'll get images to take home, and then if they can't bear to take heads off all their flowers, they can take the rest home. But it's you know it's a little shocking to realize that you have to destroy this to make this very temporal art but I'm extremely beautiful on something that they could easily reprint and hang on their wall, tearing them, but this time, and it's not only grieving people that just the route today it's for anyone who wants to come and should be refreshed and the peacefulness of our farm. Is it one on one actually? No it's it's small groups. I teach this class. And then I do have some helpers, but because of social distancing requirements. We have stations set up at least six feet away from each other, and I'll stand up the slot and give instructions and then My crew will be wearing p. p. e., so that we are abiding by the guidelines so that we can help each person individually We have a good plan and I hope that it works for doing a dry run beforehand. Beforehand to make sure that it all the smoothly as I think, but you know I just feel like it's It can be such a a healing thing to spend time with beauty, whether it's the beauty of food, your thing or the beauty of flowers or the beauty of of a hike or something like that just where you can get into nature something bigger than yourself and something that is really GonNa. Help your heart be less anxious. That's what I'm looking for a spoonful. I love it. This has been so wonderful Sarah I. We've we always say we're going to get together and we never have enough time to do it so I guess we had to get on a podcast to have this conversation to share with everybody else. It I'm thrilled that we could showcase your Dolly addresses as part of American flowers. We thank you for supporting me in that project, and I wouldn't courage anyone listening to follow the links at all. Having our show notes, so you can maybe come be part of Dahlia camp or Attend one of the other events at triple and farms and finding follow Sarah and pay body, because they're doing some really inspiring flower work. It means a lot to me to have you as a friend. Thank, you Debra. Your friendship is precious to me too, and I truly appreciate you having me on the podcast. Your tireless work for flower farmers and floors who are working with American grown flowers is a total inspiration to me and from the moment I met you. You have been nothing, but gracious and kind, and I think he's so much. All. Thanks, we've been on this journey together. It's been great. Thank you so much, and we'll share lots of photos, so people can see what Sarah and I've been talking about in today's show notes and. Maybe inspire people to try to do something during American flowers week, which is coming right.