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"genevieve" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"genevieve" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"genevieve" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

06:07 min | 3 months ago

"genevieve" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"So there it's described. But here you see it in practice. Now, what if you lived with a woman who had that kind of sensitivity and knew how to speak to hearts in that way? And that's what she was in the convent for that little small group with whom she lived. But when she says in the heart of the church, I will be loved. This is what she means. Always live every day, every moment like this. That's why the letters are really, really interesting because in the story of the soul, you see the teaching. There are examples, obviously, in it. But in the letters you see it lived, because can you see that this letter liked siles is completely other center? Everything the entire focus here is on her end. She's not writing out of her own need, but to express love to her aunt. And every single letter of Therese is like that as are the letters and zeli as we've seen. Your little daughter is sending you all her best wishes and I beg you dear little ant to believe in all the tenderness of her childlike heart signed sister Therese of the child Jesus and in translation unworthy carmelite religious, which was kind of a standard thing that they would say. Okay, now on the same day, her aunt is so deeply moved by this letter that her aunt sits down and writes her response. Interesting that she doesn't respond. She's received at least three other letters from the other sisters, but it's there as she said she's going to answer immediately. Dear little Therese, I read and reread your nice letter and I really do not know how to respond to so much thoughtfulness. I wanted to look that up in the original Friends. I do not know how to respond to delicate santia. Which is lovely. Who also has a very sensitive heart. I don't know how to respond to so much delicacy of sentiment. You know, literally, which is translated as thoughtfulness here. But he captures this. She recognizes how with such sure intuition theres knows how to say just what her heart needs to hear her wants to hear. And then she says, I was very much moved. She says in French, I was completely moved. When seeing all the affection you are showing me and of which your sisters and yourselves have already given me so much proof, so many proofs. What have I done then that God has surrounded me with such loving hearts? I did nothing but answer the last look of a mother whom I loved and she says it twice here underlined very much very much. And this was the day before it dies. We've talked about this. I believe I understood that look, which nothing will be able to make me forget. It is engraved within my heart. Since that day, I have tried to replace her whom God had taken away from you, but alas. Nothing can replace a mother. However, God has willed to bless my feeble efforts, and today he permits me to receive the affection of these young hearts. He willed that the mother who guided your early childhood be raised to a more sublime glory and enjoy heavenly delights and now she turns to Louis. When I consider this good father, venerable patriarch, we are pleased to call him bent under the weight of his trial, dragging his cross painfully, and when I remember him as so kind, so happy among his children, taking his dear little Queen by the arm, I say to myself, there must be a beautiful heaven for all this will be rewarded. This good father has given three of his children to God, and there remains nothing in return. All these reflections came to me dear little Therese when reading your nice letter and receiving your beautiful hair so artistically and delicately arranged. I am very happy to possess this souvenir, which is very precious to me. And you will thank your good mother for me until I can do so myself. I have not written your sisters dear little Therese. You will be my messenger to them, telling them of all the pleasure their affectionate letters gave me. This is another thing that runs throughout all of this correspondence. Pleasing the other person. Which means showing love to the other person, showing affection, helping the other person relating to the person in a way that will make the person happy. And above all, they want to please Jesus. That's the phrase they'll use over and over again. But also each other. I hope that this letter. So telling them for all of all the pleasure their affectionate letters gave me, thanking them for their prayers for me and mine, which I beg them to continue. Remember me to reverend mother Marie de Gonzaga the Prius. I am very appreciative of the remembrance of the entire caramel, remember me to mother genevieve in a word little Therese, remember me to all the sisters telling them of my gratitude. I kiss you with my whole heart and your two dear sisters as well. You've been listening to the podcast which contains the audio taken from the discerning hearts retreat, hope and difficult times, the saint tres and her family, with father Timothy Gallagher, to hear and or to download this audio, or to view the video, taken at the retreat. Visit discerning hearts dot com, or you can find it within the free discerning hearts app or on the discerning hearts YouTube channel. This has been a production of discerning hearts. We hope that if this has been helpful for you that you will first pray for our mission, which is to offer authentic and rock solid spiritual formation freely to souls around the world, and if you feel as worthy, please consider a charitable donation, which is fully tax deductible to help support our efforts. But most of all, we hope that you will tell a friend about discerning hearts dot com and join us next time for hope and difficult times with saint Therese and her family with father Timothy Gallagher.

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"genevieve" Discussed on HowSound

HowSound

02:48 min | 6 months ago

"genevieve" Discussed on HowSound

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"genevieve" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:09 min | 9 months ago

"genevieve" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin in Washington D.C. And I'm a Martinez and Culver City California If the Supreme Court overturns a constitutional right to abortion decisions go back to the states and some states have already decided In Michigan a 1931 law makes abortion a crime punishable by prison except if the mother can show her life is in danger Genevieve Martin is legislative director of Michigan right to life and she is fighting to keep the law in place Our colleague Steve spoke with her and started by asking about the leaked draft opinion striking down roe V wade We are celebrating to a certain extent but at the same time you know we remember the Planned Parenthood versus Casey decision that we all thought that role was going to be overturned during that decision So while we're guardedly optimistic we are waiting for the official opinion Help me understand the environment in Michigan then when that law goes back into effect I've read that Michigan's attorney general has said she's not going to enforce this 1931 law but she is acknowledged that it would be a county by county matter in county prosecutors would do what they want I think that if a prosecuting attorney decides that they want to repeal laws essentially because that's what you're doing it you're essentially telling the lawmakers I don't like the law So if they really don't like the law maybe they should run for office and go through the democratic process of amending the law rather than just saying I refuse to do my job Suppose that a woman has been raped and is in a desperate situation How do you address her concerns and what she sees as her rights to make choices for her body in her life I mean hopefully any woman who's been raped we can surround her with love and support because she deserves all the support she needs Rape is a violent horrible vicious crime that should be condemned by everyone And of course no woman deserves that kind of violation And we definitely support of course punishing the rapist but we don't support killing the unborn innocent child What would you say to a woman who says this is putting me through months of if not a lifetime of emotional trauma We have over a 150 pregnancy resource centers scattered around the state pro life people donate millions and millions of dollars worth of goods services counseling et cetera for women in a crisis pregnancy right to life of Michigan has advocated for money in the budget which our governor has vetoed for help for women in crisis pregnancies So yeah we definitely want to be there to walk with women who are facing difficulties I think you're telling me that you're concerned about abortion overcomes completely any concern about the rights of the mother in this situation Well you have rights right You have competing rights You have the right to exist the right to life should that child's life be taken from him or her Should they be killed because the mother is facing other difficulties that hopefully we can help her walk through So we have this balance of rights And this is what we're looking at But I think the place where you're at on the balance of rights if I understand correctly is you are concerned for the mother you care about the mother but she has no right We do care about women and we always have The question though is she's tasting this difficulty Does that difficulty give her the right to kill another person That's really the pivotal question here isn't it What do you think about a national circumstance after a roe versus wade overturned where abortion would be legal in almost all cases in Michigan But legal nearby in Illinois there'd be a patchwork of laws across the country Well I think it's exactly what our founders intended They wanted a laboratory of states So I don't see why people who are big fans of democracy are now somehow offended by each state exercising democracy So you wouldn't want a national abortion ban as some lawmakers have begun talking about Federally you know I think there is constitutional framework for that If we recognize that unborn child as a human being deserving of legal protection under the constitution and as a citizen of this country it would make sense to have a national ban on abortions You know I want to ask one more question People obviously feel very personally affected by this subject Is there something that you feel people on the other side don't understand about you and your point of view that you wish you could quietly explain to them The bottom line is I'm happy to have a conversation with anybody We really have to look at the core question of abortion If the question is can I kill it We need to be asking what it is we're killing And whether or not that thing that we're killing that unborn child has value And in my perspective that unborn child has as much right to live in exist as I do when you do And that's what we're fighting to protect Genevieve Martin is legislative director of right to life Michigan Thanks so much Thank you very much Have.

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"genevieve" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"genevieve" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

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"genevieve" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"genevieve" Discussed on WTOP

"To go up Finance expert Christopher wolff says it could take a year to get inflation under control It's just going to take a long time to put people in jobs to move the goods from one place to another and ultimately get them back get the country back to a place where things appear more normal North Korea fires two suspected missiles It's 6th launch this month South Korea's joint chiefs of staff says the weapons which were likely short-range were launched from an eastern coastal area he did not immediately say how far they flew Supreme Court Justice Steven breyer will retire after nearly 28 years on the bench CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford The court's most senior liberal justice Stephen breyer made the decision that was widely expected giving President Biden his first Supreme Court nomination and the chance to fulfill a campaign pledge I'm looking forward to making sure there's a black woman on the Supreme Court The top candidates are all sitting judges The FrontRunner 51 year old federal peels court judge katangi Brown Jackson a Harvard Law School graduate who is a law clerk for justice breyer Nominated in 1994 by president Clinton breyer has been a pragmatic justice a defender of civil rights and a staunch opponent of the death penalty The U.S. delivers a written response to Russia and says it has made no concessions to that country's main demands over Ukraine and NATO This as Russia has placed more than 100,000 troops near Ukraine's border and ratcheted up war games in the region Secretary of State Antony Blinken We stepped forward with more support for Ukraine's security and economy And we in our allies and partners are united across the board At the trial of three officers connected to George Floyd's death today's witnesses included an off duty firefighter who watched his arrest and the actions that resulted in his death I'm Peter king Minneapolis firefighter genevieve Hansen says she was off duty when she saw the arrested progress She says she watched as the three officers held Floyd down while officer Derek Chauvin pressed his knee into Floyd's neck Hansen says quote it was just alarming the amount of people that were on top of one person not moving and handcuffed She says she asked one officer to check Floyd's pulse She says his reply was along the lines of if she were really a firefighter She'd know not to get involved The Dow closed down 130 points This is CBS News.

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"genevieve" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

Optimal Living Daily

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"genevieve" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

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"genevieve" Discussed on HowSound

HowSound

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"genevieve" Discussed on HowSound

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"genevieve" Discussed on HowSound

HowSound

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"genevieve" Discussed on HowSound

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"genevieve" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"genevieve" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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"genevieve" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"genevieve" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

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"genevieve" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"genevieve" Discussed on Start Here

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"genevieve" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"genevieve" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Side restrictive businesses in making sure that citizens have the right awareness to be able to protect themselves. You're listening to ABC News. And it is or dedicates again, and we're gonna get some trapped in whether together for you right now, Kpk staying ahead. Rajab. I can't trust formerly G B B right now. Kiddie death head of the split where we started, And I've got a nine minute trip Eastbound Cat City. Not bad at all. About nine minutes as you go from the split all the way out to Douglass Boulevard on these found 80. Also downtown. L grow 14 minutes on I five. And if you're on 99, it's about 12 minutes, so that is actually going a little bit better. That's good sound about 99, by the way, Laguna Boulevard we have a report of a crash there and multiple vehicles is what there may be saying. Anyway. Keep an eye out for that. If you're going to fall some eastbound 50 22 minutes downtown, a woodland north ally, 5 16 minutes, And if you're off to Davis westbound 80. It's now about 21 minutes. We had an accident on the causeway on westbound 80, and that is backing things up to the split. After 30 plus years Genevieve's Burford and brothers is now cap trust. Sacramento name is changed with values remain the same independent employee owned that a commitment act in their client's best interests. Always you could find them and can't trust dot com Forward slash Sacramento traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the cab trust traffic center. Dana has news 93.1 cave. Okay, All right. Thank you, Dana. And now we've got a look at your case, okay, forecasts. Cooler than it was over the weekend..

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"genevieve" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"genevieve" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Important to see these things, you know, just see these things. Creatures of clothes, so I don't know. I don't know how I feel about it. That's interesting. It's the trend. Okay, six fifty's a time. Let's check on traffic right now. Brian Nobles take it away certain. This. Where does right by Capt. Trust? Formerly G B. B. If you're on, I 80 making the drive from Roseville. Nothing out of the ordinary nine minutes to the cap city Split nine more on the cap city and you're down. Count 17 minutes gets handsome. L drove on the high five s due to an accent. Now, first we had a report of a disabled vehicle in the center Divide just before Ah, Seamus. Now, you understand? No, that's an accident. That's why we have some slowing going almost all the way back before and road. If you're coming in from L Grove on 99 just a 14 minute drive in a little slow. Going just as you approach the highway 50 connector, So that's also I just isolated to the two right lanes. 50 West down from Folsom 18 minutes in from Wilma 995. It's 2016 minutes to get into Davis. He found 80 across the cars like heavy traffic going the other way from Read the West Capitol After 30 plus year, Genevieve's Burford and brothers is now capitalize. Sacramento The names change with the values remain the same. Different boy owned and a commitment to act from their past interests. Always confined in a capitalist dot com forward sliced Sacramento tried to come the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the cab trust traffic Center. He was 93.1 kfbk sunshine today, but not as hot as the last few days have been with a high of 92 94 Tonight will be clear, low 55 to 59. Sonny.

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Victims identified in mass killing at Southern California business

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Victims identified in mass killing at Southern California business

"Investigators are releasing the names of victims of the Orange County massacre, police say 28 year old Genevieve Marie goes a 50 year old Louise Tovar, 58 year old. The TC, A soulless Guzman and nine year old Matthew Various were killed in Wednesday's shooting at an office complex on West Lincoln Avenue and Orange. The shooting suspect, Amini Dub. Gonzalez was shot in the head by police and remains at the hospital in critical

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Exploring Ragnarok  With H.M. Long And Genevieve Gornichec

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

02:16 min | 2 years ago

Exploring Ragnarok With H.M. Long And Genevieve Gornichec

"Slipper. I'm lucy handsome. I'm charlotte bond. And i'm megan lee spirituality exists in every work of fiction in form or other but most often manifest as divinity golsen s.'s. Never seemed go out of fashion. Wide also. tend to a gold. Pantheon of gods to articulate spiritual urge and out of all the pantheon's the no scott's in particular certainly seemed to be enjoying a revival. Tonight we have not one but two authors joining us to talk about this incredible mythology the nature of goals and the roles. We require them to inhabit affection. Hannah genevieve. Could you please introduce yourselves to our listeners. Hello i'm handle long a long And my book is called hall of smoke. It's an adult epic fantasy. Which definitely has some norse mythology. Viking vibes was very much an inspiration for the world I live in canada. And i am very excited to be joining tonight in. Hi i'm genevieve gonna check my debut novel. The witches heart reimagined norse mythology from the perspective of the giant tests. Longer boda who's kind of a little known character from the mets. And i am from the states extent and i just thought since you'll book you'll books with both cut of out roughly at the same time and they have the similar themes would be really great to get you both on here at the same time for what hope really interesting discussion. I'm sure it will be. It'd be us okay. So as you both exciting. You have. Both written books inspired by aspects of viking smith. What is it about this particular mythology that you think makes it appeal to modern audiences. So i think a lot of it is the fact that the gods are so human and they're so flawed and i think that Like notches modern audiences but audiences like back in the day. I i think we can see a lot of ourselves in them. And that's what makes them appeal to us kind of across the board.

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Dallas area teacher’s aide arrested for sex with juvenile student

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Dallas area teacher’s aide arrested for sex with juvenile student

"Independent school district has fired a teacher's aide who was arrested Monday for allegedly having an inappropriate relationship with a student couple, police said. 32 year old Mercedes Genevieve We'll also is charged with sexual assault of a child indecency with a child and in proper relationship between educator and students proposed

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Firefighter blocked from helping Floyd returns to stand

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Firefighter blocked from helping Floyd returns to stand

"I'm Julie Walker the off duty firefighter with EMT training who tried to help George Floyd as he lay dying we'll be back on the stand for day three in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer charged in his death Genevieve Hanson one of several bystanders shouting it Derek show then as he pinned Floyd's neck down with Disney cried on the witness stand yesterday and she recounted how she was unable to come to his aid there's a man being killed and I what have I had I had had had access to US a call similar to that I would have been able to provide medical attention Jovens attorney tried to portray the bystanders as a threatening angry mob distracting cops something Hanson rejects I don't know if you've seen anybody be killed but it's upsetting the defense blames Floyd's death on health conditions and drug use audio courtesy court TV I'm Julie Walker

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Derek Chauvin Trial: Off-Duty Firefighter Will Return to Stand Tomorrow

Bloomberg Law

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Derek Chauvin Trial: Off-Duty Firefighter Will Return to Stand Tomorrow

"Firefighter will be back on the stand tomorrow in the trial against the former police officer accused of killing George Floyd. Genevieve Hanson testified about yelling at officers to take Floyd's pulse. After Derek show Vin knelt on his neck. Hansen, who was off duty at the time, said no medical assistance was given to Floyd. Even though he was obviously in distress. She was asked what she would have done if she had been allowed to help. I would have requested additional Help. The

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Witnesses: Onlooker anger increased as Floyd stopped moving

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Witnesses: Onlooker anger increased as Floyd stopped moving

"Witnesses described their frustration during the second day of testimony in the murder trial of their children the former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Boyd's death witnesses at the trial in Minneapolis describing kept back by police and the feeling of helplessness and growing anger as they pleaded with Derek show open to take his D. off of George plates neck is not what I said is what he said eighteen year old are now a Frazier was one of several witnesses who cried as she testified it wasn't right he was he was stuttering the prosecution buttressed their testimony with multiple videos some of which had never been seen before Minneapolis firefighter Genevieve Hanson happened upon the scene on a day off I would have been able to provide medical attention to the best of my abilities she was upset by the officers failure to render aid and called nine one one and I literally watched not pick the calls not to anything from the trial was provided by court TV I'm Jennifer king

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Firefighter who witnessed George Floyd’s arrest testifies

Buck Sexton

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Firefighter who witnessed George Floyd’s arrest testifies

"In the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Showman who is charged with killing George Floyd. Off duty. Minneapolis firefighter and E M T. Genevieve Hanson happened on the scene while Floyd was under the knee of Derek Chauvet, officer show, Man. Seemed very comfortable with The majority of his weight. Balanced on top of Mr Ford's neck, Man. The news is brought to you

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"genevieve" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"genevieve" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Always another side to every story my job to give you a voice life's weekly dot com This is a winter storm update from NewsRadio, 11 90 K e X heavy snow and freezing rain or making an extremely dangerous to get around northwest Oregon in southwest Washington today, the snow fell in Portland, the gorge and into southwest Washington. Freezing rain up to an inch thick fell in the West and South area supporting down to Salem, Katie, meteorologist run to Shelby says There will be some temperature moderation today in the valley. Do you believe from Salem South will start to get a little more warming may be up to the freezing mark because we're going to start to see some warmer air coming in. Later today into tonight, but in earnest, I think it will really start tomorrow. Most of the snow and freezing rain has stopped falling trimester. Burn it all starts, says Busses. Max and lift services are not operating because conditions were so bad lift para transit. They are not able to run. So we are informing our list passengers to contact emergency services if they need Hope getting to like the same interest. Max. Trains can't run because of the ice on the overhead power wire and snow and ice recovering tracks, Busses even with chains or getting stuck. Dylan Rivera with Peabody says, You must have traction devices to get around. We advised snow chains, Aziz, the best tool or some other attraction devices to get you through those situations. Rivera says that all of their crews were out plowing main roads. I 84 remains closed between Troutdale in Hood River Haunted International Airport reports About half of its flights have been canceled today. Check with your carrier before going to the airport, snow and ice of caused a roof to collapse at a marina near the cell. Woodbridge get his Genevieve Rome has more collapsed underneath the weight of the ice and the snow underneath those awnings, of course. About a dozen a dozen and a half boats likely partially submerged, potentially even sunk. Floating home owners were shoveling snow from their roofs to reduce weight and the risk of sinking and then as story of the Astoria meddler bridge is closed because large chunks of ice are falling from the bridge structure on the highway one of one below I'm Brad Ford News Radio 11 90 K X.

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"genevieve" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"genevieve" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To help keep workers on payrolls. Businesses owned by black and Latino people were often at the back of the line. Those firms often had to wait longer for money, even though many were desperate for financial help. With a new round of business loans in the pipeline. Authorities are now trying to address that disparity as NPR's Scott Horsley reports like a lot of business sellers. Jennifer Kelly's income took a hit last year when the pandemic struck. She's a clinical psychologist near Atlanta, and some of her clients didn't make the adjustment to online or telephone counseling. Kelly, who has two employees applied to her regular bank for a loan under the federal government's Paycheck protection program. But she says the process was frustrating. It's kind of like trying to get the vaccine. They put my name on the list. And there they finally said, Oh, we all have anymore, And we're sorry that first round of P P p loans was exhausted In less than two weeks. Lots of businesses complained that banks were prioritizing their biggest customers. Bones were especially hard to come by in neighborhoods with a lot of black and brown residents When I needed them. They were not available to man, including. I'm not the big business, but I'm a small business and committed like with the fabric of America. When Congress okayed a second round of P P p loans last year, Kelly applied again. This time through a bank 250 miles away in Savannah, Georgia that specializes in working with black own firms. They were very patient through that entire process, and I didn't get approved for the loan, and I do hope that, especially in the small black banks will survive because We need to have those institutions that second bank Kelly worked with. Carver State Bank was founded 94 years ago with the goal of building financial freedom for its African American customers. 80% of its loans go to black owned businesses. Robert James, who sits on the bank's board, says he received P P p applications from around the country most looking for less than $50,000. Most of our applications are very small businesses individually owned gas station in the neighborhood or restaurants are people deserve a lot of credit for the hard work that they're putting in just to make sure that we get help to the customers that need it. The most According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Even before the pandemic, black owned businesses were more than twice as likely beyond shaky financial footing as white owned firms. CEO Janine Jake Oak of the Community Development Bankers Association, says that means the extra time it took for loans to reach those businesses could be costly. They had a lot less cushion to start with, which made them much more vulnerable when the economy went south. Authorities have tried to address the disparity in P P p lending in a number of ways. First they've made more money available. They also gave banks that specialize in minority and low income communities, a head start when the latest round of paycheck protection loans was launched last month. Finally, while the loans were designed to be forgiven, some black borrowers are suspicious, a legacy of the long history of discriminatory lending. So education is also important. Carver States, James says he tried to reassure African American borrowers they can use P p p loans to keep their businesses and communities afloat. I've heard a lot of stories of customers who were eligible for these funds, but didn't trust that there wouldn't be some sort of a catch. Craig Gordon runs a company that provides in home nursing care in Georgia about 30% of his business is on hold right now because many of his customers are wary of letting anyone even a skilled nurse into their home during the pandemic. With Carver States help Gordon's just been approved for a second p p. P loan. This will buy us probably three of four months, and I'm hoping that all of those vulnerable folks that we served by again will be well vaccinated. In the meantime, cordon says the forgivable loan will help him keep dozens of people on the payroll. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington

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"genevieve" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"genevieve" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk. So with this on and off, rain forecast currently 39 degrees in Folsom 37. Degrees and Stockton and News 93.1 Cave became along with Sam Shane on Kristina and don, So let's get over to Kelly Brothers from Genevieve's Burford of brothers and discuss them. Money and markets and Kelly we've been talking to Gary about the Senate races in Georgia doesn't market usually like a mixed balance of power there in Washington. Correct? Yeah, the market likes gridlock. The mark market likes when when there can't be Significant moves in one direction or the other, but in this case You know, there are those who believe that even if the Senate were to end up with a 50 50 tie with, of course, Camel A. Harris ready to cast the deciding vote. That there's still enough moderate Democrats there that any sort of tax legislation might still have a slow go. But you know, that's all. Kind of everyone prognostication at this point, But you're you're right. Usually the market does like when we have split government when we have one party, not in control of the house, the Senate On the White House, which may not be the case this year around. But market also is looking ahead to where money is gonna be spent. That's why we're seeing money rotate out of Tak, not in a significant way. As a matter of fact, we're almost back to the flat line on Tech. But obviously Democrats would be seen to be harsher on big technology, but also a little bit more opening of the purse strings with regard to stimulus and infrastructure. Which is why we're seeing the Dow do so well today stocks like Caterpillar, also that that sort of stimulus leads to inflation. Inflation means rates going up the 10 years above 1% for the first time in many months. And that would be good for the banks who made very little money on money funds for a long time now, But that might be changing. His rates begin to go up. So that is kind of what we're seeing so far this morning anyway. Also interesting to note Private payrolls dropped by 123,000 the first negative number in private payrolls house for the month of December since April here, the real time numbers Dow up 3 20. At 30,007 11 up. 1% NASDAQ Down 24 7 12,094 Yes and P up 20 points or one half of 1% gold down 22 oil is flat sitting just below $50 a barrel 10 year bond Yield 1.4%. Okay, Kelly thanks very much Want to bring back in political analyst Gary Dietrich to talk about the recall effort for Governor Gavin Newsom to headlines this morning, Gerry, number one We're getting word now that they now have more than one million signatures. They need 1.5 million by mid March number to our name has now surfaced. A guy named John Kruger. Reportedly is the guy behind the $500,000 donation that was made to this campaign from Southern California's a businessman, apparently out of Orange County. So how do we read this? Is this a big deal or not? Little Gary Dietrich, are you there? Sorry about that sale. It is a big deal. It's a very big deal. Because any time you're subject to a recall campaign, wild things can happen. Especially in kind of political environment right now. Think about this, Jim Yes, indeed disqualified by March. This is gonna be the only political game in town this year, and it will be seen. Aziz. Special elections often are as a referendum on the future of both national parties, so I think you can expect And in the moment it was looking like, especially with the donation. The global higher paid signature gatherers, which is always keep together. Get those many signatures put you get a lot of has been volunteer that's going to be, I think a real Concern for New Sim. It's for the Democratic Party. So what you know we've had some people say at least one step for forward Falconer saying that you know, he may want to take a run. If this happens to get to the ballot and people vote to recall Governor Newsome, anyone else you could see emerging that might be willing to take the governor on it this time. Well, I certainly think you're gonna see Cox. You randy. I mean, he's already made noise about running against new ceiling 2022. But I think the Faulkner effort is really the key right now, Christina because he's already announced also this week that he formed an exploratory committee. Run formally in 2022. So he you know he could potentially two bites of the apple and that campaign which start up immediately. I mean, not only for their special election, but for next year, so you know, hang on to your hats fit friends because politics in California Had been wild and they could get even wilder soon. A less yesterday morning on our show. We had a Democratic lawmaker and assemblywoman suggest that you know, she said. We're not gonna be too focused on the recall effort of the capital when we get back on January, 11th And we question that on our program. I mean, don't you suppose this is going to consume is going to suck the oxygen out of the room into the dome? Well, I think, but that's one thing for an assembly member to say that who is not herself subject to the recall, Right? I mean, you know, I think I think you're I think you're right, Sam. It is going to be It's very see. Not only is an effort to take down a governor who some have, really, you know, launched Barb Jet, but it's also going to be seen as an attempt to pull back the reins. Exclusive democratic control in both houses of our Legislature, as well as every one of our statewide constitutional offices. All right, very, very.

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A Work Schedule without Childcare

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

A Work Schedule without Childcare

"Had a very interesting blog post. Recently, I thought that detailed away that A. Two Person. Could Alternate things like in a very structured way you want to go into that. So I got an interesting amount of feedback from this not so much in comments on the blog but I heard from people who wanted to share it with other audiences because it just hasn't been spelled out exactly how a split schedule with two working parents. Splitting fifty-fifty could, in fact, work in could give both parties approximately thirty hours a week of focused work time. Mostly during the workday. So none of these like get up at four. I, am and work till I am things which if you have today you have to do but you also wouldn't have to in this sap. So the idea is. that. You have two different shifts on during the workday one is eight to three. And one is one to six, and that is predicated on the idea that it young children who are home are napping from one to three those a rough nap window. We are recording this at two-thirty right genevieve napping and Sarah does not have childcare today. And you know older children could use that time for independent work or for screen time or whatever you wanted to do. The idea is that that is that could be double in terms of the parents. One Parent is on during distraction. So some of their hours are not pure hours but. Mostly, two of them will be able to work anyway. So one party takes eight to three Monday, Wednesday and one to six on Tuesday and Thursday the other party takes one to six on Monday Wednesday and eight to three on Tuesday and Thursday, and then they alternate on Friday who gets eight to three and who gets one to six. So each week it's butts off there and what works out to is then twenty nine hours during the weeks when you have the three one secs shifts and It works out to thirty one hours on the weeks where you have the three, eight, two, three shifts, and the key thing for this to work is that when you are on your job is not just to keep the children safe like being adults present in the house, you are also committing to keeping the children out of your partners office, right so that they can be guaranteed those hours being at eight to one one, the sex or whatever. are focused right like absolutely focused they are not on your they're not dealing with anything, and if you do this that each of you can, in fact, get the twenty five cure focused hours and then between four to six hours each week of. Most likely but could be interrupted because of naptime was or whatever. And both of you would have both some afternoon in some morning hours and so I know that that's an issue that some people be like well, we just split it that she takes the mornings when I take the afternoons. But then what you know, there are some teams that always WanNa meet in the morning because some other person has a different shift of their schedule and so this allows you to occasionally have morning meetings or occasionally have afternoon meetings as the case may be again, this has to be pretty much you are committed to this. You're committing to keeping the kids out of your partners office you can obviously arrange for A. Sub. Credit. On a day, if there was something like you have to pitch a new client, a huge project in the only time they can meet. Tuesday antenna at ten. AM technically Tuesday as the tae that you work on the sex like probably you could arrange with your spouse to get a sub credit that you would make it up for that person at another point but. You WanNa. Have that be relatively infrequently but you know working twenty nine or thirty hours a week with no pay childcare is. Pretty good. If that's a situation that a couple might find themselves in and if they need more hours, you can extend the swap idea to different times I mean. Maybe each of you works from six to ten pm one night a week and that gets you up to thirty four hours a week or you do six to ten am on a weekend or something you each get one weekend morning and you know what it is but. That is basically fulltime ours, and if they are plans, well, you will be okay.

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A Conversation With Genevieve Piturro  Founder of the Pajama Project

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

03:53 min | 2 years ago

A Conversation With Genevieve Piturro Founder of the Pajama Project

"Hello My. Women, friends, I am so happy to share today's gas genevieve paternal with you. Her story is an inspiration, a busy television marketing exact in New York City and she hears the whisper of a little girl in her ear and her life is forever changed. This story speaks to the power of what one person can do when they have set their mind to it. Genevieve is the founder of the Pajama Project. They have given out over seven million pajamas and read books to children with those pajamas in shelters across the US in Puerto Rico. A can't wait for you to hear her story get ready to be inspired. Let's meet genevieve paternal. Welcome extraordinary woman radio. genevieve. While thank you, Happy Cami. It's great to have you here. Where are you joining us from today jokes out of Manhattan in the county of Westchester. Very good very good house Howard things out there. In West Westchester we have a lot more than in Manhattan. So it's amazing how you know half an hour away. It's so quiet and closed in Manhattan but has to be that way so that we can say exactly crazy times for sure. Isn't it upside down world? Yes. Yup. As an why some of our work is so important right now and I really am excited to hear some of your stories and here you know you're passionate around human connection and really just helping people step into leading with meeting. So I'm super super excited to hear more of your story unless you start there let's start with this amenity. You were successful television marketing EXAC in New York. And right in the heart of the city and a little girls question changed the course of your life for ever. So tell us more about that. Yes. Yes. I wanted to climb the corporate ladder. And it was not what my family expected very traditional Italian family and I think everyone's waiting for grandchildren firstborn. warned me. Only I had a culprit clock tick game and I just wanted to be independent and wants to be independent woman and I wanted to be like Mary Tyler Moore show at everything and I would just stay off and watch watcher every Saturday night as. I wish I had met the woman that I took a picture of their statue. That's that's all I got to do. But yes she she broke a lot of barriers and I want to be like her as it is a kid. And I did find the corporate ladder and fifteen years in I thought I had the great job and I had the great apartment like she and I was working on that, wardrobe. So. I heard a voice in me before that little girls question. It was question in me I was so shocked I heard a voice in me ask if this is the next thirty years of your life is this enough to that came? What were you doing when that came to you in the moment I was in my apartment was an afternoon. I don't know what they what? It must have been a weekend and I sat down because I never heard a voice come from anywhere except the babbly of my brain and this wasn't up there was lower. Now I call it my heart voice, and we all have a heart voice we need to listen to it because I wasn't listening to mind until. I screamed at me, but it was just a clear. A, clear whisper. But it was unmistakable and I sat down and I realized, wow, fifteen years in thirty eight years old now I'm thinking was right path. This is the question I have to answer. Really the answer was came to me so fast it was no, you know what was what was the big deal? I was alone and I would be along if I didn't really think about what was important because I realized all of a sudden nothing mattered.

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At least 27 major wildfires are burning in California

Bill Handel

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

At least 27 major wildfires are burning in California

"27 major wildfires are burning in California, and at least five of them are in Southern California. Cal Fire says more than 14,000 Firefighters have been on the frontlines battling flames, doing backfires and cutting containment lines. Most of the fires in northern California were started by lightning strikes. In fact, Cal fire, meteorologists say between the 15th and 23rd. There have been 12,000 lightning strikes. It has sparked more than 615 smaller fires. Fire officials estimate the current fires have burned more than 1.3 million acres. They say they hope some leftover moisture from Hurricane Genevieve can bring some relief. As long as it doesn't create more lightning.

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Hurricane warning issued for Baja California as Genevieve aims for a close pass

AP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Hurricane warning issued for Baja California as Genevieve aims for a close pass

"In their thousands of people are under evacuation orders or warnings. There is also a chance of rolling Black House today in California, further south people along the coast of Mexico's Baja California peninsula seeking shelter as a Category three Pacific Hurricane Genevieve threatens to bring hurricane force winds To the tourist region, even if the centre isn't likely to hit Land. National Hurricane Center says the storm should pass near the southern portion of the peninsula tonight through tomorrow. Two people died when caught in the high surf yesterday in Cabo San

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Hurricane Genevieve to brush Baja California peninsula late Wednesday

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00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Hurricane Genevieve to brush Baja California peninsula late Wednesday

"Residents of ATLEAST eight states in Mexico are being urged to take extreme measures as Hurricane Genevieve strengthens along the country specific coast. NPR's carry Khan has that story. Genevieve is strengthened to a level for hurricane heading north toward the Baja California Sur peninsula will expected the skirt most of the Pacific coast. Forecasters have issued a tropical storm warning for most of the southern tip of the peninsula. Mexican officials say Genevieve is not expected to hit land, but the region will see several inches of rain, wind gusts and high waves. Electricity officials have staged equipment and personnel preparing for adages. In the resort region of Kabul. Son Lucas already hit hard by the loss of tourism because of the Corona virus. Pandemic streets are empty, and officials are considering opening shelters several low lying areas prone to flooding or preparing for high water.

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Q&A: What are your plans for school in the fall?

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

03:06 min | 2 years ago

Q&A: What are your plans for school in the fall?

"Your plans for school in the fall A hot button question for reasons. I don't really understand I. Wish people could just choose if they have a choice like what they're doing and then be happy with their choice and let other people be happy with their, as that sounds like quite an idea. I can see why there's third for for different. Because nobody knows what to do, so it's just helpful to hear what others thought process these are, and there is the tendency in our culture at as it stands social media to kind of look up to certain people, and so you Kinda WanNa know what did they do so I get it. I know what you mean like I guess what you're trying to say is it's really a very individualized choice so in a way like you can't look at anybody else's decision or thought process, and use that to make decisions for yourself, because all the variables are probably going to be different but people still WANNA know. Sarah, what are you doing? Yes, so as of now and again, who knows things could change, but I did make the decision to enroll my rising first grader in a private school, which is the same school that my toddler attended? It's like a Montessori that goes all the way through middle school. I really liked the school, and to be completely transparent My husband and I were considering having him make this transition anyway, just because of his learning styles and fit with. The traditional public school setting didn't go completely. Bump free. Last year, so we got three months of distance learning. Yeah, correct, so this was not a fresh new idea. We had thought about it anyway, but then having gone through those months of distance learning. And observed that certain things were just not. You know it seemed I. Don't WanNa. Say like emotional damage, but it was taking a toll on all of us and I don't think. There is. Much learning happening and I also don't want. I don't know I. Don't WanNa have him look back and think of his beginnings of school being traumatic, and therefore have like a forever hatred of learning develop, plus it was just sort of torture personally, so for many and I think our nanny was also struggling completely understandably because you know, she's a fantastic nanny, but she's not really a teacher, and neither am I am able to care for two older kids with complicated teaching schedules while watching a toddler so Wanted if possible something different than what we were doing. And so The school has very small classrooms in his able to separate the kids into pods, and they're planning on an in person. Start to the school year so I Call them they initially did not have a spot and then one opened, so I took it so he and genevieve will be going. And annabel will be continuing virtual school at home through our public school system because for her. Pretty well and so I don't see any reason to. Change things on that note.

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Who Were the Wild West's 'Petticoat Rulers'?

BrainStuff

05:01 min | 2 years ago

Who Were the Wild West's 'Petticoat Rulers'?

"The United States continues to lag in terms of the representation of women in government. As of June twenty twenty, we ranked eighty first out of one hundred ninety three countries. One perhaps unlikely town became known for unprecedented progressiveness a century ago, Jackson! Wyoming In May of nineteen twenty, yes, three months before the nineteenth amendment nationally recognized women's right to even vote an all female nicknamed the petticoat rulers established order in this wild. West, town. Wyoming was ahead of its time. In terms of women's suffrage back in eighteen, sixty nine, it had been the first territory or state in the union to pass a law. Guaranteeing women the right to vote. We spoke by email with Morgan Jawan. Executive Director of the Jackson Hole Historical Society and museum. She said this may be a bit dramatic, but I often say that Jackson could very easily faded into landscape in the early twentieth century. If not for these women, this was a rugged place, incredibly difficult to settle while Jackson had a strong community where everyone helped each other out, there was very little emphasis on government and civic responsibility. It may be tough to believe that an all female government could have ruled a small town in twentieth century. America, when sexism still remains a major barrier in modern politics, but on May Eleventh Nineteen, twenty, Jackson elected Grace Miller as mayor and rose crabtree made Loney Festina height and Genevieve van flack as council members, the five women claimed victory over an all male roster, and crabtree even beat out her husband Henry for the position. This landmark win was no accident, either the election drew the most voters. The town had seen at that point, and in many cases, the women dominated their male opponents spy margin of two to one. While towns in Kansas and Utah had already elected all-female town councils in eighteen, Eighty, eight and nineteen twelve respectively, this election was a major turning point Yellen said the all Women Town Council of Nineteen twenty stepped up and shaped the town into the place. We know in love today. They graded the streets. They expanded electrical service and installed streetlamps. They established the first town cemetery and built the town's budget. Be Able to continue serving community members. According to a nineteen twenty two article from the Delineate or magazine, there was only two hundred dollars in town coffers when the women took office due to uncollected fines and taxes. As the article states. went out personally and collected every Senate due to the town from those who ignored the notices. Before the end of a fortnight, there was two thousand dollars in the treasury. Things didn't necessarily all start out with a Flash Bang. Though Yellen said a funny story I'd always heard all women town council had formalized the square, and until recently I assumed that meant creating the park like square. We see today, but what it actually meant was that these councilman as they called themselves and official documents simply prohibited the grazing of cattle on the town square. You have to start somewhere. As for what inspired the women to effect lasting change. Yellen says their methods and motives were rather simple. She quoted mayor. Grace Miller from an interview in Nineteen, twenty two. We simply tried to work together. We put into practice the same thrifty principles. We exercise our own homes. We wanted to clean well-kept progressive town in which to raise our families. What is good government but a breathing space for good citizenship? While so-called petty coat rulers successfully establish a lasting legacy y'all win cautions that celebrating their history simply isn't enough. She said the story of the All Women Town Council is incredible and certainly something to celebrate and be proud of for the town Jackson Hole has many stories of powerful women, and generally our history is one of inclusivity, adaptability and ingenuity. Everyone had to pull their weight and be open, minded in order to survive. However it still important to look at the big picture and use history as something to learn from, and not just celebrate Jackson did not see another woman in an elected position until the nineteen eighties, the all woman town council was necessary and successful, but unfortunately did not create a new normal, and Jackson was not immune to the times, but it is exciting and encouraging to see more diversity in our local government, including women in all levels elected positions. The women of nineteen twenties still serve encouraging role. Role models for anyone in Wyoming, a visit to the Jackson hole historical. Society and museum offer plenty of additional insights into the legend of these women of the wild west. The museum houses a number of historical documents and photographs of the women and information about their time in office as well as Mayor Grace Miller sidesaddle and the black coach. She can be seen wearing in most photos. They also have a number of exhibits online, and you can do further research through their stand classen research center.

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How to Home-School Your Kids Like a Pro During Coronavirus

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

09:09 min | 3 years ago

How to Home-School Your Kids Like a Pro During Coronavirus

"We thought we'd do a few short episodes talking about life in these sort of more challenging times is everything is in flux so both. Sarah on iron working from home right now. I mean I always do but Sarah tell us a little bit about your situation and how this has changed with the corona virus epidemic going on. Yeah there's just I mean I'm a hospital. Worker and part of my job is clinical and part of it is more of a leadership role with our residents and everything is really up in the air right now. I'm currently working from home because I have a very mild cough and just in an abundance of caution in our healthcare system has Basically required anybody with any kind of symptoms. That could be anything to stay on out of there which is very smart to protect our patients and protect other caregivers. Because you know if we interact with our colleagues and then spent something around then that could be very bad and there's just so much uncertainty with this. We don't know you know exactly how long most people are contagious for like we don't know You know the the the rate of symptomatic shedding that happens. We don't even know how good kids are as vectors. So there's all these question marks and politics aside. I think we're all in the same boat right now as many of you guys are all working parents and we all have our kids at home. Which many view a few of you not many of you? A few of them might be home school. So that's normal but most of you probably aren't exactly no. It's funny because I've written a couple articles over the years about people who work and also home school and it's more possible in these days than it would have been like you know in the in the past that just would have been like what on earth like that. Those two things. Don't go together. But there are so many ways of working work does not need to be done at a particular time in place necessarily for some people and school actually doesn't have to be done at a particular time and place in many cases With the rise of remote learning options. I'm certainly children. Who are slightly older are able to be quite self directed in terms of their learning. And there's actually a number of like online charter schools for instance and I think you mentioned like Florida has virtual school right for for Housebound children they do like. I've had patients that use it. They haven't deployed it to any of the current students yet but I know that platform does exist. Because I've had some medically complex patients. Like patients. Going through Chemo or who? Otherwise just aren't safe to be in the regular school system Have done school from home. And it's considered actually separate from the homeschool. It's considered an actual public school called Florida virtual school. So I mean I don't know will happen. I do think everyone needs to bre- from minute because it's been like five seconds and then there's been like ninety five elaborate schedules. Maybe I'm guilty. I mean I made one although mine is like super non elaborate so involved a lot of screen time so But like I'm not super worried about my kids like losing a ton of ground. Maybe because my kids are pretty young. Yeah like if we do a couple hours of stuff each day and that can include reading will probably be. Okay yeah well. That's the cool thing. I mean from having studied a lot of home schoolers. Schedules Fun Fun fact here. My senior thesis at Princeton was actually on home schooling. That's how long ago I was interested in this topic but it was it was less common than But it the people who do this. It doesn't take six and a half hours a day. Or whatever your state mandated. Instructional time is for your for your schools. You can a lot of that. Time at school is transitions. It's Things that your kids might be doing anyway like recess or eating lunch. It's things that you might not even consider to be part of school while they are. But you might do them on your own like instrument practice for instance or reading right like having. That's that's part of it too like a elementary school teacher is GonNa have their kids. Read do silent reading for Awhile. And so that's part of it as well. So the actual instructional part can be relatively limited and still be moving forward. Mike Kids depending on age have have somewhere between two hours and fifteen minutes in three hours of stuff that I have assigned per day and an hour of that is independent reading. So we're it's it's not like eight hours a day by by any means but it's actually been kind of fun to try on. Dance Day Day. Three Day three here. Oh right your little bit. You guys were one of the first. We're on the district's too close. So we knew it was coming and we have gotten into it now but Yeah no each. We have a checklist each day which the kids have one hour reading. They have thirty minutes of math practice which we have been doing. Khan Academy in Dream Box. Ruth was creating her own worksheets for a while but then she thought better than we have a thirty minute research project which each day we have a different subject so we. I did science than we did. History today was health related so everyone research to different epidemic and they need to write me up a short report on it. You know based on link sort of based on kid age but So they can get writing practice in. How is how is Alex's report he doesn't have to do this his his He gets stories right. We're reading stories than he does Ten minutes of writing practice just just sort of keep working on the hand coordination and then we've actually been working with him through the bedtime math books which I can highly recommend they are by Laura Who did a couple of these there several of these books? But it's the idea that set up like a bedtime story so you read a short paragraph that sets up a topic and then they have four different levels of math problems associated with the story problems in so you read it to the kids in the figure it out a So we've been doing that with Alex for math cool. Yeah we have like our kids homework. They use a program called. I ready for both reading and math. I think it's a Florida state wide thing so we've just continued their normal cycle of that and we use reflex math for math. Which is more just? It's not really like they. Have I ready? Math for more concept type stuff and reflects is just like animals memorizing timetables and Cameron's trying to learn like four plus three. So we do that and then have them write a story Either like a journal? Entry of what's going on. I think those are GonNa get a little repetitive. But we'll see for Cameron. It's more leg. Tried to write one picture and then I asked him to read either two chapters of a chapter book either. Annabel can read it to cameron or he can read his own to picture books or she can like whatever they want but like two books or chapters. Yeah so sounds good animal would you do? She's like I read genevieve green eggs and Ham. Good I mean. There's so many things you learn by doing that right. I mean I. In addition to the reading practice obviously but reading out loud is itself a skill that I would say. Many adults don't do very well. That's a real presenting. Words to other people is not automatic. And so you're absolutely right about that. She's working on that now. Wait we're actually So the First official virtual Instructional Day starts tomorrow recording this on a Tuesday so the Wednesday. Our teachers are starting to send assignments So we will incorporate that into the schedule. It's mostly Jasper. Who's going to have the more formal remote instruction like his different. Teachers are posting assignments. So he's GonNa start mostly doing that. The other kids. I think it'll be more just reinforced like math practice. And things like that so you know they'll still need a few additional things to keep them busy and we are still having our nanny come because currently I still have a lot of work. Responsibilities headache seven thirty. Am Conference calls every day. And then I have to disseminate that information to the residents and trying to redesign a lot of their education to figure out how to do it remotely which is not that easy apparently now also yeah I feel like I know this is a dilemma for a lot of people but our nanny herself has sort of agreed to isolate Incidentally she has like the same coffee shop. So I'm not worried about transmitting or getting or giving her 'cause that already happened before all of this but yeah. I know. This is sort of a dilemma for some people whether or not. It's even okay to do that. There are a lot of college students that currently have a lot of free time. That might even you know I was thinking about. It might even be willing to live in if you have the space to keep them so they could become a defacto additional family member. If you really need some somebody You know you can pay them. They can earn extra money. And you could get your remote work done without worrying about an infection risk. Especially if they're willing to to stay with

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Childcare Revisited

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

09:15 min | 3 years ago

Childcare Revisited

"We will be talking about childcare a topic we've talked about in the past but some sort of general guidelines for people to think about as they are making their childcare choices that we've heard from our listeners things to keep in mind as general philosophies because you've you've made some changes recently Sarah Right. Yeah I think I think the reason I thought it would be interesting to another childcare episode since we did talk about it before we'll a couple of reasons number one. We have some new listener so this is always requested topic anything from time to time. It's nice to go back on but also I think people forget that this is an area in which you can't set it and forget it because what works when you have one baby is different than when you have two children and it's different when you have older children that may have different kinds of homework and in fact really. The logistics can change every year or even more frequently. We're finding ourselves. It was funny because all of a sudden you know my I wind about it on this podcast. Enough you guys know. I was very frustrated with a lot of evenings because Josh often gets home fairly late there are exceptions. But I certainly can't rely on him to get home. You know around dinner time or anything like that or even penn time and I was finding myself dreading those evenings but our nanny worked from she used to come at seven thirty in the morning and we used to live fairly far from where she did. Now we don't But she came really early. You know she commuted and of course. I wanted to get her out on time. So she left at six o'clock saliva basically get home from work and she'd be pretty much out the door leaving me to deal with the evening on my own. Which again I did it but I wasn't always very happy. Happy about it yet. So you know all sudden. It occurred to me that we didn't necessarily need our nanny to do the morning. Drop off like I don't know what was stopping me. Did Change because it has to do with our move and the timing of the fact that genevieve goes to school now but genevieve school is conveniently located on the way to my office and I had this block on my head thinking like well. You can't drop off the big kids engine. Vive and then one day aren't any had to be often. Let me try it. It was like that is so easy. Like throw Momma car or sometimes we do it with scooters and and a stroller drop off the kids and the timing actually works perfectly because they need to be there really dropped off by like seven forty five and then. I drive halfway to work. Genevieve's drop-off coincides pretty much. Exactly what that halfway point of one I need to get to work and I can actually get in time for when I first patients there and do the drop off which means. I didn't need our nanny to come so early. Which also meant that? I felt free to ask her to work later. So like you know a cascade and now we have her come. Sometimes she still has to come early. We had a parent teacher conference this morning in Josh. Both wanted to go without being distracted by genevieve so she did come early so you know she's still available to come in the morning and usually it's one to two days during the week that she does come early but a lot of other days she comes in around eleven and then we'll stay until seven thirty and then the hours kind of even out to the same number of our. She was working before. But I get that support in the evenings usually put to bed while she's still here and I am a happier person so but it it just like you know we could have easily just stay on autopilot thinking that you know we had a system that worked and you know she was already working a lot of hours. We'd boxed ourselves in a little bit. Yeah so that that was a big thing and then kind of around the same time. I got empowered because I just came to the realization. My husband's actually had to take a little bit more weekend call with the changes at work and it's fine. It's it's reasonable but he's on call one out of every three weekends. I was just started seeing these thirty three percent of my weekend. Stretch ahead of me for the rest of the next decade and not being able to work out and And I was like wait I hover. Genevieve will be twelve though by the end of that second. I'm pretty sure that you can leave a twelve year. Old a fifteen year old a seventeen year old out certainly leave a twelve year old. Okay maybe I was seeing the next five years and I was like. Why can't I just hire someone to comfort like? It doesn't make me a bad parent doesn't make do anything and then. I'm like oh I could hire someone to come. Watch the big kids while I take her to my gym and so now I went back on. Care Dot com which is where we found any. I found to babysitters and I can talk a little bit about the application process. Because I've had pretty good luck and the last two weekends I've come for like two hours since in the morning so I can workout while my husband's working and actually sometimes when he's not working I'm trying to have them come so that he can. Somebody asked to do some work when he's not working so so he can do that without it really taking me and even so we could maybe both at the same time once in a while so again. It's like you have these stories. You tell yourself about what you're allowed to do but we're grownups allowed to do whatever we want. I think there's a mental block about having childcare when you're not actually working right and I think a lot of people have in their mind that the only acceptable time to have it is from the start of your commute to the time when you walk in the door and you know maybe you get a date night every month or so that you have a sitter to regularly build into your life extra hours beyond that I think makes people you know feel weird and we can certainly explore on this podcast. Y that is like why do people feel that way but I think that is definitely we should exactly first before we get to that though the deeper question maybe you can talk through the ads that you put on mystical standpoint so again we found our current nanny through care dot com six years ago. She still working with us. And I found these babysitters what has worked for me. Is that put an ad and I do. The paid subscriptions communicate and then in that ad. I put very specific things about what I'd like them to respond with. Please respond with number one. Your availability number. Two like two references. Unlike number three time you can meet with me like that's pretty simple right and yet. Most people cannot follow the instructions to respond with those things. So I'm like okay. We're done we're done here. You could follow my instructions on the ad you just sent clearly a copy and pasted thing. About how you WanNa work because you love children but you didn't answer my question so that's a really nice filter on that seems to work. And then you know. I set up interviews. I have a friend so I set up for interviews for a few weeks ago and I will admit to them just cancelled. One of them just cancelled in ghosted. One of them Sent me a text like five minutes before the start and was like sorry never mind and then the other two showed up like beautifully on time professionally dressed like darkness. Good yes Contacts in fact both of them at least one of them like sent me a text like just just letting him on way like just like fully and then I knew they were professionals. The other thing I really liked too is if if this is not to hire someone for primary job but like for these babysitting short little gigs. If you find someone that's hired by an organization you know like one of ours is working for a government organization locally. I kind of know that they're not a government. Organization is not going to hire like someone with criminal record or major issues in. If I can find out that they've been there for a couple of years. It's a nice setting processes well to make me feel safe and secure. I feel less scared about like I know. There's a lot of angst when your child or very little They can't talk to you yet about what's going to happen but at least. I know I have an eight year old almost and so she'll tell me if someone's you know not great but I still feel much better knowing that okay. This person was vetted to work in a medical practice or to work at a daycare. Like they've been through background checks drug testing all that kind of stuff. Because I'm not necessarily GONNA have the the the ability to do that myself although through through carry dot com you John Various things. So that's that's a service you can look there's others to like sitter city. Nanno is an on demand one. There's there's a number of players in this space now that there weren't in the in the past in you had to go through if particularly if you're hiring full-time childcare. You had to go through Nanny Agency for instance which they still exist. You may wish to do that. But you know the people's mileage may vary with with them and I really like references so I I asked. I'm like I want phone number of someone you've worked for recently and I do call and usually you can tell instantly in that person's voice like Oh yeah. This is someone that they've trusted. I mean it's the same as a word of mouth wreck but I'll be honest. People are not always including myself so excited to share their favorite babysitters contact information They may want to dig their own date nights and they don't want you to pull them off the market every Saturday night. So that's why I N N I feel awkward asking for that reason because I don't want to steal someone else's best person when somebody has kids that are kind of aging out of the need for babysitter. That's a great time to ask like. Oh you've mentioned that you're leaving your Ten-year-old or twelve year old at home now like any babysitters that you love that you don't need any more that can be a window of opportunity.

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Clothing Hacks for Kids

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

03:18 min | 3 years ago

Clothing Hacks for Kids

"The first theme that things seem to fall into were kids clothing. A lot of people had some great ideas in this room. So many of you like to buy all the same color socks for your kids. I feel like I haven't done this because I kind of like buying random looking socks but I get I get what you're saying. 'cause sorting them is kind of annoying will but then each kid would have their own color. Is that what you're saying? Well that would be an idea to but I think the everyone has the same color. It's hard to. How do you sort by size if I'm wondering this probably would work like? Have you had a foreign six-year-old could wear the same by this name? Song cares right. That would be amazing. But you're right. I love that variation if you have five children for example they have different sizes. It could get their signature sock color. You only match that and then you know where it goes or even if it's if it's white with like a some of the Hanes for instance I've noticed. The lettering is in different colors for a long time as Jasper only had the hanes with the blue lettering and SAM had the hands with the green lettering. If you're having to look closely enough to look for the letters I feel like almost defeats the purpose and you might as well have to prepare. Obviously you can also have your children. Your older children start their own socks like this. That's my hack not. That's actually a great hack. So there you go. I actually started kicks this whole thing off. Maybe that's why there's a lot of kids with the fact that might think for genevieve in particular is like all by two pairs of shoes at once and I'll skip the half size like who need tasks is is right. But I'll I'll buy like a size seven and a size eight Sandal because this is Florida and like she's GonNa need sandals year round so it's not like I'm GONNA risk that she won't be the right size especially if I find like a decent couponer sale at zepos It just is just like such a nice comfort feeling like if she's growing him to be like Ooh we already have the next one because Peter only gonNA growth in inevitability until a certain point but we haven't gotten there yet now they can go on for a long time. I'm curious about finding the shoe sales as just that when you when she needs new shoes. You're looking to see what's on sale or Alex. Your shoes recently and I actually. I like that bose because they will deliver in one day so we had a cold snap and our nannies like I lost one of her sneakers so we need shoes. I'm like wells. Apples will deliver by tomorrow so we can beat. The cold snap actually aren't policy so and this is not a sponsor but anyway so but sometimes they have good sales in. Or if you just know the like they're gonna you're GonNa need it like you might as well just by two at once Or I've got twenty percent off coupons that will apply to the whole order so there you go by three by size six seven and eight or whenever I listen work. Obviously your kids are going to change their mind about or if or if it's seasonal. I mean that's the problem if you live in a place with four distinct seasons like you don't know for sure if they're gonNA be wearing the size thirteen in summer or in the next winter so but but there's some shoes that they might wear year round like dresses for instance. I like this next one that we got from a listener says for items that don't get a lot of where like snow pants by. Unisex colors so they can be handed down or make sure your son's okay with the purple. I mean that's the other. The other option there are most most was my side note. Only snow is such a rarity that I don't think Cameron Would actually be be distracted by the fact that we were like in

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Genevieve Howland AKA Mama Natural on Avoiding Sugar for 20 Years

The Ultimate Health Podcast

05:46 min | 3 years ago

Genevieve Howland AKA Mama Natural on Avoiding Sugar for 20 Years

"Welcome to the podcast so great chatting outing with you today. I am so excited to be here with you. Guys thanks for having me our pleasure and it's super exciting because we are eighteen weeks pregnant right now says the very timely family conversation and we've got so much to get into but before we get into the juice the conversation let's talk about before natural so before you he became a natural. You lived a relatively unhealthy lifestyle. You ate junk food. You were overweight. You smoked he drank. Take us back to this time in your life and what was going going on you know for me. Food was kind of my in really in more particular sugar was kind of my drug of choice and so I just got into this pattern where I would use sugar you know go to kind of deal with life basically and so I was just a junk food junkie. I would try to eat healthy or to just not you know indulge but what I found myself. If I took like a bite of one cookie I would wanna have a whole roll of cookies and then a whole box of cookies and it really became addictive pattern. I kind of had like a midlife crisis twenty so this was like right after I graduate from college and I realized I kind of just hit a bottom and I realized I cannot do this myself because it was literally kind of just crushing my spirit right but of course also physically it was so harmful so by God's grace I finally made the connection that I cannot have refined sugar and it started literally unlike January first of nineteen ninety nine. I said you know what with God's help. I'm just not gonNA eat anymore. White refined sugar and it was just one day at a time and you know before I knew it I had a week together and then two weeks a month in six months in a year and now it's been like over twenty years since I have you know picked up. You know refined sugar sugar now. I'm sure I've gone to a restaurant and maybe like an salad dressing or something like that. There was some refined sugar but I've not intentionally gone out and eaten that for that long which which is a miracle but what I found was once you know. The sugar was lifted head then. I really didn't crave at that much. You know what I'm saying so so much of it was just getting eating clean of it and then I really didn't have the cravings because a lot of people here then they're like oh my gosh. I could never do that but once you just live without it for so long. It doesn't even come into your your consciousness. It's almost like dog food to me so yeah so once I got rid of sugar the weight just kind of fell off because I was very young and it was like I had a good metabolism as I was sabotaging issue myself with these binges of just sugar and fast acting carbs and then kind of just rippled into other areas of my life because then I started looking at okay why when I might cleaning I bath tub does my lungs hurt you know and I realized Oh my gosh is this bleach. That's in this product and maybe this isn't good for me and I started kind of clean up on my household supplies make makeup and then of course my Food Cup getting cleaner and cleaner and it just really became a lifestyle and then when I got pregnant. They was huge opportunity to think okay. How do I WANNA show up to this. Because in our culture it is a very medical is system and very much like you go to hospital you work with the doctor you know and a lot of cases you do end up up with some interventions and I was like you know. Could there be a different way and I would love to have it just be more natural and not so just invasive and medical allies and that kind of started me on the whole journey of natural so as you're going through this transition and you're cleaning things up. Are you learning from other people. Are there certain blogs that are inspiring inspiring you or books or documentaries. What does that look like well with the food thing. I mean this is back in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine so there wasn't even really like the Internet was not what what it is today so I kind of just plugging along and I found different support groups and and people that talked about not eating sugar and then there's other people are saying don't eat flour because that also can be really addictive and that kind of informed my early years in terms of food and then I remember stumbling upon the western a price book nursing traditions and that was probably gosh no two thousand and three so before you know it. I'm like driving out to these farms to our south of where I live so I pick up eggs and dairy Syrian meats and stuff like that people thought I was literally nuts okay because no one was doing that. You know at that time but that book was a huge revelation for me. In terms of just food quality and just I think a big pattern that I got into with the Sugar Jane was I would then I would binge feel terrible by myself and then I got a diet gotta like purged this exercise through just is restricting my food so try to eat like fat free Lean Lean Lane. You know not enough calories really and it was almost like I would set myself up to one eat you you know and to binge so that was such a revelation to read Sally Founds Book because it just helped me realize oh my gosh I'm not nourishing myself and so it gave me permission to eat real food food and fat and proteins and just well balanced meals so I'm incredibly grateful for that early introduction to that book and then when it came to being pregnant it was join the business of being born that such powerful documentary. It's such an awesome like visual way of just kind of learning about the medical system in the way birth is so institutionalized allies and that was my huge I opener that really got me down this path of like okay. I want to try to go natural and how did the name Mama natural come to be. You know it's funny. We actually started as Earth Mama ATV because we are on Youtube. We start as youtubers. I never had a website. I never had any like formal. Presence was more on youtube so we started doing videos there than we started a facebook page and we actually got shut down by a company that was like had a similar name so like. Oh we better change her name and then we're like okay. We gotta come up with a name that we could like trademark mark so that we don't get into this situation again and we wanted like a short. Url So we just brainstormed and went on to go daddy and put a million different names in there and Mama. The national is available right. Okay that works in so that's kind of how that came to

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