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"hawthorne" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
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"hawthorne" Discussed on Past Gas
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"hawthorne" Discussed on Parenting for the Future
"What do you cover on the podcast and how is it different if at all from what you cover in the courses or the videos? Sure. Every other week on the podcast, they actually interview a another working mom. Okay. And so we get to hear her story. We get to hear some of the tips and tricks that are helping her to thrive. And it's all about her. And just like the courses, though, they come with a kind of time consciousness. So those are 20 minutes or less. Okay, excellent. And then on the off weeks, it's me, and I'm spending ten minutes or less, giving you one very specific tip, talking about one very specific topic and giving you one very specific tip that you can take action and again thrive a little bit more in your life. So one of the things that struck me when you were talking about your early life, was the fact that things became difficult after your parents divorced. One thing that really occurs to me is that many, many working moms are not working in the kinds of jobs that you have, they have lower paying jobs, sometimes they're holding down two or three jobs. They have children at home. Sometimes do single, sometimes you're not. But they're just existing in a place that's highly stressful all the time. And so what are some of the ways that you can reach working moms who may not, you know, who may not really be able to afford to take a class with you necessarily is the podcast that vehicle, how do you make sure that you can meet women wherever they may live? And whether or not they have an Internet connection quite frankly. So I love this question. I love your thinking like that because I'm also thinking like this. Again, this is a bit of a passion for me. So it's like, I want to reach as many moms as possible. But it has to fund itself. I have three courses. The one that we talked about, the one that you like the title and I like the title. More time and less go by Monday. That's a free course. I also have a free course called how to get unstuck. Yes,.
"hawthorne" Discussed on Parenting for the Future
"How to raise our children to find their unique voices, so they can positively impact their world. People can be burnt out from parenting is real, and if you combine people who are parenting and working and this completely new way, where parenting, especially if your kids are at home and working and you're working at home, start to overlap even more. It's no wonder that folks are starting to feel that they feel overwhelmed. And that overwhelm can lead to filling stuff because you just are checking off boxes every day and trying to get through the day. With me Hawthorne is mom to two phenomenal sons and the founder of the very popular savvy working mom web platform, which is dedicated to helping working mothers thrive in every arena of their lives. She is certified in goal setting, project management, strategy performance and life coaching. She is also a professional speaker. A time management and productivity expert and widely known as a self care guru. She is here today to share some of her proven strategies for thriving at life and at work. Strategies that allow her to live her personal credo that working mothers don't have to choose between personnel and professional success. Here's my conversation with Whitney Hawthorne. With me, welcome to parenting for the future. I am so, so happy to have you here. Thanks. I am thrilled to be here. So I always like to start with me by talking to my guests a little bit about their background. And so I am curious about what you were like as a child. And what kind of home nutrient you into the savvy innovative woman you are today. Sure. Well, I am the oldest three children, two boys. I have two younger brothers. But in a way, I really have four brothers that I grew up with because I grew up with my cousins in the house. And so my parents divorced when I was pretty young. I was about 5. My brothers were one and three, and we went to live with my grandmother. And my aunts was living with her as well with her two kids. My grandfather was there. His best friend actually lived with us. And all of this was happening in a funeral home. What? Yes, I grew up in a funeral home. Wasn't there a show on TV about this? Wasn't there any other show? Yes, yes, it came much later. I was already an adult at that time and I'm going to say our House was not exactly like that. But one of my favorite things to joke is, you know, other girls learned how to do makeup playing with dolls, and I learned with dead bodies. Okay. That's fantastic. Yeah, just a weird fact about me. But I grew up in this house that was really with a lot of strong women. My mom, my grandma, my aunt, all very strong women, single mother..
"hawthorne" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White
"On what they want. And look, clarity takes courage. You have to be very brave to shut out all the ideas around you to shout out what you think your boss wants for you, what you want, what you think your mom wants for you, what your best friend might want for you what your partner wants for you to shut all that out and really say, okay, but here's what I want for me is really important. And also kind of scary because sometimes those things that we want for ourselves. In fact, oftentimes, the things that we want for ourselves, either aren't aligned with what society says we should have, or we don't have a clear path to getting them. And when you don't have a clear path to getting something, it can feel like, oh, well, it's never even possible. And it just doesn't make sense to even think about it. But that's what you have to do. Getting that clarity is extremely important because once you have clarity, you know the right actions to take to move you forward. And if you don't have clarity, you're going to take actions, but they're not necessarily going to keep you on that direct path on that straight line going for it. So some of the ways one of the biggest ways I think that we can get clarity is to just take a minute, disassociate if it takes it, think about it, like, okay, if I was going to answer this for my kids on behalf of my kids, you're going to be a little stronger if you're going to do on behalf of your best friend, sometimes you're going to be a little stronger. But do that take that strength and do it for yourself. No one's going to see no one's going to know. It's like, you know, when you say some prayers in your head, like nobody can hear about. Just go ahead and answer the questions of what's going well right now. What's not going well right now? What do I want more of and what do I want less of? Yeah. That's so important. As you were talking, I was thinking, what's hard for me when I think about that sitting down and being clear is that I want a lot of things. I mean, you know, it's like I can get off track because I start chasing things that I think I want and it gets confusing. So I think that's such a good point to make as a starting area. Whitney, do you believe that women, especially women who work outside of the home can have it all, but we just can't have it all at the same time. I think that's a such a loaded question to be honest. I can't even answer it because what does have it all mean? I think that's where I come back to this idea of clarity because having it all means some things to certain people and not to others. Like, hey, does having it all mean having a private jet? Does it mean flying first class? Does it mean flying economy and being able to book whenever you want to bring your Friends with you? I don't know what having it all means for someone. And so it makes it really hard for me to answer that. What I can say is because of the plethora of answers that what it means to have it all, what do you think means to have it all are? I don't know that you can have every single thing in the whole wide world. But I do think that you can have all the things that are important to you. Over a period of time. That's so good. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. So in the work that you're doing, you started this savvy working mom after your older son was born, so tell us a little bit about how people work with you and how it's evolved over the last couple of years. And kind of like where you are right now with this business. Yeah. So yes, it started after my son and I started as a blog just like taking the information that was helpful to me and that things that were working for me and putting them out there and written form. The blog turned into a podcast, the podcast turned into digital courses. And then I started doing coaching. I do a lot less coaching now just because I don't have the time. It's one of the things that fuel me the most, but I recognize that one to one coaching takes a lot of effort and energy and schedule matching. And so I only take on two to three clients max a quarter, but then I also offer the digital courses. I do paid speaking. It's turned into. And actually next month, I'm going to be starting with some VIP days. Where we'll get one day fully together to map out how you can thrive in and out of the office. And I know that it's really going to allow me to create an impact in more women's lives and also allow a lot more women to really start to thrive. I'm curious, did you see a jump in activity over the last year as we know that mothers, well first of all, virtual became such a big thing so you could work with anybody anywhere, but I know that we've seen a huge shift in working moms due to COVID and work at home and remote learning. Have you seen more activity come out of that? Yes. I've seen more activity come out of it. I think there are a lot more women who are really looking to get the answer to the clarity that they need. They're a lot more women in this moment who are like, hey, I got this jolt that kind of like opened my eyes a little bit. And I don't know that what I've been doing is the right thing that I should be doing. So how do I figure out what's next? How do I figure out if this is the right thing if this is the best path? And that has definitely created a lot more business for me for sure. But I think it's also a really interesting time where corporations are starting to see this too. So interestingly, more corporations have been calling on me to say, hey, we've got a lot of women who are worried about being flight risks. Wow. What can we do to help them? I hope that this trend continues. I hope that I start to see more corporations thinking about it in this way of, hey, we can't lose these women. And we know that part of it is just trying to manage what life is right now. And a lot of that has to do with being both a woman who works and a woman who is the primary caregiver. And we gotta do something about it. So I do hope that that trend continues as we come out of hopefully as we move through this pandemic into whatever the next phase is. Yeah. I do too. Me too. You know, we both did. We both bedroom continues. That's right. You know, and we've talked a lot about some of the things that impact women who work outside of the home and women who are trying to advance their careers. The broken rung, where it sees as a women kind of advance to a certain level and leadership at corporations and then get stuck, and we look at the misalignment and the gaps that happen with women and leadership and how some of those things can be solved when there's just more flexibility. You know, we had that conversation Tara with Sabrina Parsons last year. And we said a lot of times some of the women working moms kind of benefit if you win the boss lottery. That's a term that Sabrina used. And it depends on what your manager is like if you get that flexibility and to be off with your kids. So all of that to say Whitney, the work that you're doing and kind of recognizing how each of us needs to be clear in what we want from our careers also from our relationships from our motherhood journey. It's so valuable and so important. So we just thank you for that. Yeah, thank you so much for joining us today Whitney. If our listeners are looking to find you, I know you've got the podcast and I will say, I love it. You do these great little 6 and 8 minute snippet tips and they're great just in the car on the way to work. So thank you for that. But let our listeners know where they can find you online social podcasts, all that good stuff. Yeah, if you Google the savvy working mom, you will find me. So the websites to the savvy working mom on Instagram, I'm ask the savvy working mom and the podcast is the savvy working mom. I love the branding. Oh my goodness. It's wonderful. It's wonderful. So if you had anyone in our podcast family listening, you know, from around the globe. And they're just maybe feeling stuck right now and feeling overwhelmed by the demands of working, the demands of motherhood. If you could just share with them one bit of advice talking directly to.
"hawthorne" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White
"Fairly senior have been senior in corporate America for a long time and often times I go in the room and I'm the only person that looks like me. And often times I go in a room and it's clear that I'm the only person who looks like me who's ever been in that room. So there's all of that to deal with and a lot of that signified to me, hey, you have to work harder. Yeah. You have to show up and you have to really do more than others just to be perceived as an equal. And that's what I was doing before I had a kid. And it definitely set a foundation where after having my son, I realized, hey, if I'm going to keep doing this and keep growing my career, which I have that aspiration in that ambition, I need to do it different. And that meant getting first super, super clear on what I wanted out of my career and not what I thought others might want for me and not letting others create my path. But getting really, really clear so I could create my own path. And then taking some real specific actions to move my career forward. And some of those specific actions were making sure that I had table pounders, right? People who would be in the room that I'm not in, the room where it happens, making those decisions about my career and would pound the table for me. It also meant making sure that I knew what my boss's problems were and being able to solve them for him. So that he would be a table pounder for me or at the very least, not stop a opportunity for occurring for me. Listening to you, share your story is like hearing my own voice resonated back, but much more mellifluously, right? You just have this wonderful lilt in your voice that I wish I had. But same thing. I'm a child of a single mother. It never occurred to me a that I couldn't work, be that I wouldn't work. And actually, I really enjoy it, but also knowing that I felt I always had to be twice as good to receive half as much in the workforce, right? Yes. So all of that changed for me when I had my son, 12 years ago, and I wasn't able to put in those hours. And I wasn't able to be fully present because I had a little human that relied on me. So tell me a little bit about kind of like the shift that happened with you and how that happened and how that ultimately led to the creation of savvy working mom. Yeah, so the shift what happened for me was I realized like we just talked about. I not only did I have to work, but I wanted to work. But I don't want to show up and just punch a bunch of time card or push a button. That is a miserable existence for me. I really need my brain to be challenged. I really need to feel like I'm adding value, or I would rather go figure something else out. And two things happened with that. One was that safety net of if you're an adult, by yourself, single in the world or with a partner, sometimes even easier with a partner, right? You can go you can take those risks. To be like, oh, I'm just going to stop doing this thing and I'm going to go figure something else out. For me, once I had my son, being the breadwinner for our family, being the one that provides insurance, being the one that, you know, was making sure we could eat the things we wanna eat, being the one who was really the determining factor of whether or not we have to look at the price and the grocery store, just put the thing in the cart and check out that remove that safety net of, hey, I can just go do anything I want and not have to push a button. But knowing that pushing a button is something that I'm just not okay with, but God, I gotta figure something else out because I don't want to push a button, but I also really truly want to be with my baby. And I want to be with my family. And so knowing that I just thought about the idea of insanity, if you keep doing the same thing and getting the same result and you're upset, that's the idea of insanity. I was like, I can't keep doing the same thing. I can't just keep working harder because literally it's not going to help me. And I have to figure out a different way so that I can grow my career continue to challenge my brain continue to feel like I'm adding significant value at work while I'm also able to be with my son because my priority shifted. I never had a priority like I did before becoming a mother. Being a mom. It's a huge party in my life. It's not the only one, but it's certainly the biggest. And you know, before that outside of work, priorities I had were like, oh, let me go work out. Let me be fit. Let me do these other things. I've always supported women in different ways. I used to own a gym. Doing all these other things were priorities, but not in the same way as being a mom was. And so I was like, okay, I have this really big priority. I don't have the safety net of being able to just to push a button. And it is my responsibility at this point to make sure we can live a lifestyle that we want to live. I got to figure it all out. Yeah, figuring it all out. Kanji and I talk about this all the time. How do we figure out all out? So we're glad you're here to be the expert in this conversation today. So I love that story. So tell us how you've got this big job, you've got two kids. Obviously you've got your partner and a dog clearly. How do you start the savvy working mom? How do you come up with that idea and then start helping other women with this? This is one of those things where I think it's a bit of a blessing and a curse where I am never okay, just being the only one. And I started looking around and seeing other I was like I said, I've been in rooms where I'm the only one in the room. And for the first part of my career, that was very much about me being a black woman in a room. Then I started looking around and realizing, hey, there are other women in the room, but they're not all moms. There aren't a lot of moms at the senior executive level. And also, there aren't a lot of moms who are happy. The women that I talk to are really surviving rather than thriving. And I felt like I was getting to a place where I was thriving. And I was like, hey, we gotta do something about this. And so it became my passion to start to share. And that idea of passion of your willing to suffer for it. It became my passion to make sure that I'm giving all the I can to see other women rise in the workplace and see other women thrive in the workplace because ultimately I really do think the world will be better when we have more women as senior leaders, and we're not going to get there until we support mothers in the right way. And so that's kind of where it came from. And a lot of people ask me well, how do you do it? And when you take a break and blah, blah, I'm like, listen, first of all, I take a break, because I prioritize sleep. My kids are extremely important to me, but so asleep. But the other thing is how do ultra marathoners run their ultra marathons? Yeah. You make it work. And that is kind of the idea for me is like this is my ultra marathon. And until I see more women in senior positions and corporations, I will just keep running. I will keep running and I'll take my breaks because rest in recovery is surely a part of becoming an ultramarathoner. And I will take my breaks and do what I need to do to revive myself, but it also fuels me. So deeply. That resonates so deeply with Tara our resident runner. She's about to lace up her shoes and go for run. I was going to ask, I'm like, oh my God, are you an ultra marathoner? No, no, no ma'am. That is not for me. Whitney, I'm be like, do you also have a crush on Zac Efron? And Tara will be besties. She will not let that one go. I'm not gonna lie. I said it one time. You said it more than once. So, Whitney, I'm curious. What are some of the challenges that some of the working moms that you have coached and work with have identified and some of the strategies that you have shown to help them overcome some of these challenges? One of the most interesting ones for me is a challenges is not actually being clear.
"hawthorne" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White
"Hey podcast family, welcome to motherhood in black and white. My name is kanji. I'm Tara. And this week, we're going to talk a little bit about whether mothers who work outside of the home can really have it all, why or why not? You know, tear last week, I was reading an editorial written by the former editor in chief of working moms magazine. And in this editorial, this mother, who is a working mom, it was talking about the stress and some of the things that she encountered during the pandemic. She said that she couldn't hack working motherhood. How'd that make you feel? What did you think? I mean, it's wild that she was editing a magazine entitled working mother in the straight, it was like, I can't do this. I mean, I feel like that sometimes. I don't know if you do, but I mean I have my moments where I'm like, I know this is what is meant for me because I do enjoy my job and I of course I love being a mother. But I mean, you know, every now and again, when it's really bad, you can often these little trips in my head where I'm like, God, wouldn't it be like if I could just, you know, just be what or the other? Yeah. You know when I was reading it, I was thinking like, oh my gosh, I feel so seen. Because there are times when I feel like I can't hack it. But I also don't have the luxury of making it an option agreed. You know, it's like in our family and in my situation, it's not a choice whether or not I work. First, like you said Tara. I love working. I enjoy it. I love how it makes me feel. I love the job I'm doing. I love the company. I work for, but also, we don't have the luxury financially for me not to work. Right, same. Yeah, so that's kind of been my reality. And talking to you over the years, also another woman that works outside the home and other women in my network and circle and Friends. It's like none of us are alone. It's hard. It really is hard. So if you are a woman who works outside the home, no matter how many kids you have, what their ages are, we all recognize that it can be a little bit hard and challenging. And what do we do when that happens? Well, Taryn, I don't know. That's right. We bring in an expert. We bring in an expert. And so that's what we're doing this episode. That's right. Listen. There are many things I can do and one of the things I do best outsourcing. I kind of outsource my life. Research. Ask someone else. It's like my husband's like, can you ask somebody else to come and cook? Okay, so true story. Okay. You know I'm going to digress. Like I always do. My favorite. When we moved into our House, we actually did not utilize the formal dining room. We turned it into a sitting area with an old school record player and a bar, and it was just that. So people came over to our house and they would walk in, and they would say, where do y'all eat? And I look back and said, we hit a restaurant. Listen, there are people who are professionals and who cook the style of food that I like and the type of food that I like and do it well. Why am I gonna try to make pie tie rice? Right. The perfect meals are out there folks with little to no work. But that was before. I think the advent of fresh. Is it fresh direct or fresh meals or HelloFresh? HelloFresh. There's a couple of options. But yes, hello, fresh. And other options out there. Wouldn't listen. We're not getting paid to promote any of these, so I'm going to stop putting names on any brand or anything. Real delivery services. Exactly. We're just going to say meal delivery services. Because nobody's paying a sponsorship dollars. We're just here for you podcast family and for us to spend time with one another to talk about our motherhood experiences and to realize that none of us are in this alone. And again, when we need help, we call them experts and stay we are calling in Whitney. Yes, we have Whitney, Hawthorne joining us today from the savvy working mom. I'm just gonna say she wears a lot of hats. She's got a lot of titles and I'm not gonna do it any justice. It's gonna be so much better if you hear it straight from her. We're so glad she's with us today. So Whitney welcome to the conversation, how are you, my friend? I am wonderful. Thanks so much for having me. Thank you so much for joining us. We have been looking forward so anxiously to this conversation for several months and so has our podcast family. So Whitney, would you please just tell us a little bit about yourself and your motherhood journey? Sure, so I'm Whitney. I live in Salt Lake City, Utah, which I know sounds crazy to anyone who's done me previously. I could have never imagined myself living here, but yet here we are. We've been here for about a year. We relocated we being myself. My husband are two sons and a dog. So at the time it was, you know, a man, a wife, a 6 month old, and I guess two in a few months old baby and a dog. Got on a plane and headed to Salt Lake City from Brooklyn. Wow. That sounds like the beginning of a television show. 100%. It's definitely something and there has definitely been some comedy and some drama along the way in this last year. But we live here in Salt Lake. I run a customer support for a Fortune 500. So I've got a few thousand people reporting in to me, in addition to being the mom and the wife and the executive corporate officer. I also run a company called the savvy working mom, which is really born out of some of the experiences I had when I had my first son who's now at this time three. And those experiences going back to corporate being a woman who not only needed to work but also wanted to work in a supportive environment where I had a supportive boss, my team was supportive and my husband is a true partner and extremely supportive. It was still really, really hard. And I was like, why is this so hard and what is wrong with me and why are all the things that work for me before not working now and I just really started feeling like a failure extremely overwhelmed. And when I started talking to other women about it, other mothers about it realized that there was actually nothing wrong with me, and it just actually really is hard to be a mom and to work. Yeah, definitely. So let's step back and dive in a little bit. How long were you in the workforce before you had children? Oh, girl, I have worked my whole life. I was that kid. At 9 years old, selling something, making the yard sell, doing those. I don't know if we're from, but where I was from they had these little books that you could sell Christmas cards in Easter cards, so I'd sell that to everybody in my church. Like, hey, don't you need some Easter cards? And you could turn it in for a little bit of cash or a prize. I got a gumball machine that way, it was very awesome. So I have been selling things or working since I was young. Definitely way before, you know, I guess legal working age. And I got my first job when I was 15, 14 or 15. Yeah. I think kanji and I can both relate to that sort of scenario. Yeah, the good thing about this conversation is we are three working mothers who have been kind of working hard because everything we have, we've earned. That's correct. Yes. You hear about people who've been given all of these things and I was like, who's like is that? And how can I apply? That's right. Yes. That's right. I'll take that. So Whitney, when you obviously get married, you decided you want to have kids. Did you always know you were going to be working mom? It sounds like that was always the plan for you. Yeah, that was always a plan for me. As my husband and I relationship progressed, I became the breadwinner. I started earning significantly more than him. And I do like to work. And so the lifestyle that my job was able to afford and the fact that I like to work and I have this Korea ambition, really signified to me that after having kids, being a stay at home mom wasn't going to be the thing going back to work was going to be the thing. And so being a woman who works in and also mom is kind of always been in the cards, I guess. I think also I grew up in a single-family household. And so supported by my mom, my grandma, and a bunch of aunts who all also worked. I never thought of being able to do anything else because I really never knew that was an option. Now, even if it was an option, I know it's something that wouldn't work well for me. I can understand that. So you said that you had your first kid and you were in the workforce and you realized it was just a completely different scenario for you is really hard and I know kanji and I have talked about this a lot. It is so difficult. How did you sort of find your way back to a place where you felt good.
"hawthorne" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"We are broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheart media as well as cami in southern california on. Abc news talk. Are you glad. It's friday june near you can't even talk am very excited. I know you're a big friday guy. Friday it kicks off the weekend. I now know. I still still enjoy. Dj on the weekends. So it's like it's fun for me. So yeah i look forward to fridays. Yeah we gotta get you and sean wells together. You're supposed to teach them how to dj that. We gotta have your party. Yeah yeah we got. Yeah and have the ten year anniversary party. I know well today. Speaking is always so much to celebrate in life. I feel that way and today's mulas friday. So that fridays are fergus. And and they're brought to you by castro in politics Which is a company. That i have used for years. But they are america's number one organic pet food with the most comprehensive portfolio of purposeful foods using sustainably sourced ingredients such as wild caught salmon and grass-fed beef and i bought some of their kitten food Yesterday i believe it sprouts Because of my new little kitten is ready for a little crunchy stuff. I hope i can't get her off the bottle. I can't get i feel like i have an infant again trying to get her off the bottle. It's hysterical doing good though right. Oh she's doing great. She's doing great and speaking of great. We've got a fantastic show today. We have lindsey teague moreno at the half we. We are going to talk about her highly anticipated book wakeup it which is going to be released on october. Twenty twenty-first. So can't wait to talk about it. It's how to live with no regrets kind of a little bit of what we were talking about. Sorta with kip yesterday but But yeah i'm really looking forward to it. And i'm super excited to announce our first guest. His name is mark hawthorne and he is a longtime rabbit lover who has fostered and rescued many bunnies over the years. Seven of whom he adopted. I laughed when i when i read that yesterday. I'm like seven. oh my gosh..
"hawthorne" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood
"And what happens when you open that door and step into a new world. Whether that's a house. An apartment or a neighborhood hosted by stephanie. Fu of this american life each episode of homemade explores the meaning home and what it can teach us about ourselves and each other so just last night i listened to a homemade episode called my roommate the ghost so spooky but also totally satisfying. There was a story about a stay at home. Dad named steve who's dealing with a full on ghost in his house who does not like him and the sound effects are fantastic and then it's all tied up. And whose house is it actually is. It really steve's house anymore that it's the ghost house you have to listen to that one. Every episode of homemade tells a really interesting story about the fundamental need for shelter and belonging that unites us. All listen to homemade you can find it wherever you're listening right now. That's two words home and made 'em ad search homema- wherever you listen and will also include a link in the show notes. Thanks to homemade for their support. We're talking to whitney hawthorne talk about goals because any working mom needs to have a clear sense of where things are headed right in her home in her career and both places. What do we wrong when we think about setting goals. That's a really great question. What do we get wrong. I don't know if it's so much wrong as there's usually a missing step what i talk to people about creating their goals and that's having a deep feeling behind the goal right we can create these goals. But if you don't have a deep feeling something that really stirs you then. Your goal probably isn't big enough right so it's really comes down to the idea of thinking about your y. Oh and what is gonna move you through the tough times. So let's say you know your goal is to lose weight. You're like everybody. Most of us have been there. Some of us have not. I've definitely been there several times. You wanna lose you wanna lose five pounds ten pounds fifteen pounds whatever it is. You wanna lose call. You wanna lose it. And you're like i would be so excited if i hit that. Mark that fifteen pound mark. Well two three weeks into it. It's gonna get old and so you have to write the eating the salads a not eating the ice cream not eating the chocolate the not having the wind and the margaritas. This is probably just my personal problem..
"hawthorne" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood
"We're talking to whitney. Hawthorne of the savvy. Working mom. So whitney while we're waiting for this change to come let's talk about how the working mom can find a little bit of joy amidst all this crime. You say that that's possible for us. I think the biggest thing for me the place to start when it comes to joy is to own the fact that it's a choice. We have a choice to be joyful and we have a choice to be happy. And that doesn't mean that every day is going to be full of joy and it doesn't mean we aren't going to have sad horrific traumatic moments. It doesn't mean that grief is in real. What it means is that in any given moment throughout any given day we can choose to find something that sparks joy in us and that is part of thriving in life that is part of how we bring our best selves to the world. But also how we don't stay stuck in the copilot's seat of our own life. And so when i think about finding joy enjoy being a choice it means that you have to act on that choice right. You have the choice to be joyful. You have the choice to find joy and knowing that you have the choice you didn't have to take the action has knowing is never enough right. You don't take action nothing changes and so for me. Finding joy especially in those troublesome moments is about reflection and easy reflection so the best way to be joyful and a crappy situation is to have previously thought about the things that bring you joy right because in the moment you're not it's just so hard to actually find the joy right and so i keep gratitude list. I believe gratitude is extremely important. I keep a list of people. I'm grateful to have in my life experiences. That i've had the things that i own that i am grateful for in those crappy moments i can pull it out and look and just remember even though right now is horrible. Awful i still have that ability to live in paris and it was amazing. I still had amazing meals when i lived in dallas lots of barbecue way into brisket right. I still have healthy children right. There are things that i can go through that list. And even if i am in a really bad situation they remind me that there is some joy i think the other thing especially when it comes to work is making sure that you take control of your day and that you not only control your career in the path of your career but you control how you feel each day and one way to do that is to think about what brings you joy i once was in a place where i had delivered on a massive project and after that project really wanted more for my career but my boss and surrounding superiors at the time they couldn't give me a path forward and so what from being an amazing experience an amazing job that i just showed up and felt great. Each day turned into like pushing the button. And so bored and wishing i wasn't there and that sucked lot of joy and so i took a moment to think about gosh well every day. I'm going to work..
"hawthorne" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood
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"hawthorne" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories
"Up there you go so you england salem. A great resource for writers of this kind of story at if saw it was two thousand and fourteen movie called the witch set in backwoods new england. And i recently put on the youtube channel behind the stumps which is russell kirk story. New england and of course we had bewitched by eating warden in new england and we got love crafts new england. It's funny isn't it. Different places have different resonances for populations. So i think in the us. There is places. Like new england for this kind of thing this new orleans sedona for the new age so there are certain hot spots on new england. Certainly one of those. I thought he was very interesting. The picture he paints of these colonial times whereby the heathen wilds outside their towns which may be binh stockade in those times. It's very dangerous for them. It's on christian. And you have this picture that it's still populated by native americans living in the full the full glory of their their culture still flourishing outside. So i don't know. But i don't believe that lasted deals. With the devil casa popular stories. I did one of my own. Dubuque hassle fairies with sound effects a similar thing to this about about man of also done john buchan journey little prophet which is again the man who comes across the devil who tries to tempt him and of course you've got goods as faust and doctor faustus christopher mallows. Those are those stories of little bit head and shoulders above costs. Paradise lost milton's paradise lost whereby the devil. I think kate bush said the devil is a charming man and some stories managed to make the guy this a hint of in this ethic. Make the devil bites amenable. And you think these some but that's of course he's trick get you. I don't know what he wants is so what he does with him but it must do something with them so there we are okay. That's that goodman brown. Most of the stories. I'm been doing in the next. Few weeks are actually requests. So keep them coming in people. Say how do i find the stories. Well read a of collections of anthologies of ghost stories rather than horror stories. All of some of them are stories be ghost anthologies some them quite old some of them difficult get out of print and then people suggest their favorites. And that's always a good way isn't it. I was reading an article in the paper this morning about our our listening and watching on netflix youtube. If you like this you like this which is very good. It does suggest things we would lie can getting very clever but sometimes this is a benefit from not random this curation which gives us things that other people have valued so in a way people recommending stories a so good thing now the segel's spin some comments of interest about the seagulls the the to from last year that i watched the herring. Gulls have come back now next to them on the chimney next to them. There's a pair of lesser black back. Goals and i always thought they were main as inhering goals but in fact the herring goes beat them up the day and there's a cannata for going on a cd's morning this one of them sitting on the chimney pot. The other must be out fishing. No it's just gone off so they have claimed that territory and i guess it'd be laying so negative really rainy noisy. Let's see the jet does and the the pigeons even the odd blackburn. but i noticed the boats. Anyway you all take a lovely day here at least a monday always come back ceased monday anyway. Hope y'all wealth more stories. Come hi. i'm david sweeney. Narrator and producer of tales from the vault a hand picked selection of creepy classics where tales and short stories from the greatest authors of old time. Each story is an immersive audio experience. Brought to life for your listening pleasure. You can find details from the vault podcast at youtube. Dot com slash. Dsp audio on apple. Stitcher spotify and google podcasts. You can visit my website. Dsp audio dot com..
"hawthorne" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories
"The church have whispered want words to the young bathes their households. How many a woman. Eager for widow's weeds has given her husband drink in bedtime. Let him sleep is last sleep on her. Bosom how close youths of made haste to inherit their father's wealth and how fair damsels blush not sweet ones of doug little graves in the garden and bidden me soul guest to an infant's funeral by the sympathy of your human hearts for sin ye shall send out all the places. Whether in church bedchamber street field or forest where crime has been committed and shall exalt to behold the whole earth one stain of guilt. One mighty blood spot far more than this it. Shelby yours to penetrate. In every bosom the deep mystery sin the fountain of all wicked arts and which inexhaustible supplies more evil impulses than human power than my power at its utmost can make manifest in deeds and now my children look upon each other they did so and by the blaze of the hell kindle torches the wretched man beheld his faith and the wife or husband trembling before that on the hallowed alter low dairy stan. My children's said the figure in a deep and solemn tone almost sad with its despairing awfulness Angelic nature could yet mourn for our miserable race. Depending upon one another's hearts. He had still hoped that virtue were not all a dream now are under saved. Evil is the nature of mankind. Evil must be your only happiness. Welcome again my children to the communion of your race. Welcome repeated the fiend worshippers in one cry of despair and triumph and there. They stood the only pear as it seemed who were yet hesitating on the verge of wickedness in this dark world. A basin was hollowed. Naturally in the rock did it. Contain water reddened by the lurid light or was it blood or chance. Liquid flame here ended the shape of evil. Dippy san and prepare to lay the mark of baptism. Upon their foreheads. The day might be partake irs of the mystery of sin more conscious of the secret guild of others both indeed and fought than they could now be of their own. The husband cast one look at his pale wife. And faith that him what polluted wretches the next glance show them to each other shuddering alike at what they disclosed and what they saw. Faith faith kreider husband. Look heaven and resist the wicked one. whether faith obeyed. He knew not hardly had he spoken when he found himself amid. Calm night and solitude listening to a war of the wind which died heavily away through the forest. He staggered against the rock and felt the chill and damp while a hanging twig that had been all on fire. Be sprinkled his with the coldest. Do the next morning. Young goodman brown came slowly into the street of salem village staring around him like a bewildered man. The good old minister was taking a walk along the graveyard to get an appetite for breakfast and meditate his sermon and bestowed a blessing as he passed on goodman brown. He shrank from the venerable saint as if to avoid an anathema decon ghuchan was a domestic worship and the holy words his prayer or heard through the open window. What god doth the wizard prey to quoth goodman brown goody clause that excellent old krisztian stood yearly sunshine at our own laddis catechism girl who had brought her of mornings milk. Goodman brown's snatched away the child is from the grasp of the fiend himself turning the corner by the meeting house. He spied the head of faith with the pink ribbons gazing anxiously fourth and bursting into such joy. It's side of him that she skipped along the street. At almost kissed her husband before the whole but goodman brown looked sternly in sadly in her face and passed on without a greeting at goodman brown fallen asleep in the forest and only dreamed a wild dream of a witch meeting. Be it so if you will. But alas it was a dream of evil omen for young goodman brown a stern a sad at darkly meditative a distrustful. If not a desperate man did he become from the night of that fearful dream on the sabbath day when the congregation were singing. Holy psalm could not listen. Because an anthem of sin rushed loudly upon his ear and drowned all the blessed strain when the minister spo from the pulpit with power and fervid eloquence and with his hand on the open. Bible of all the sacred truths about religion and of saint like lives and triumphant deaths and our future bliss or misery honorable then did goodman brown turn pale dreading less the roof should thunder down upon the gray blasphemer and his hearers often weaking. Suddenly at midnight he shrank from the bosom of faith and at morning or even tied. When the family knelt down at prayer he scowled and mutter to himself and gays sternly at his wife and turned away and when he had lived long and was born to his grave or hori corpse followed by faith an aged woman and children and grandchildren a goodly procession besides neighbors not a few. They carved no hopeful verse upon his tombstone for his dying. Our was gloom. So that was young goodman brown by the annual hawthorne. Now it's quite a noisy morning out here. Lots of people wondering around. So i apologize for any external sounds the seagulls on too noisy this morning. But there's people getting enough cars and all the causes drive past seem to be of terrible gearboxes shot transmissions you might say in america. They're terrible state. I just wish they could afford better cars where i live anyway in the annual. Hawthorne wasn't poor. He was born in eighteen four in salem massachusetts. And he died in plymouth new hampshire so we moved the hall owns. Were an old new england family and appeared in family. They came over. I think in sixteen thirty from england and they were well known figures in.
"hawthorne" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories
"Young goodman brown by nathaniel. Hawthorne young goodman brown came fourth at sunset into the street at salem village but put his head back after crossing the threshold to exchange of partying kiss with his young wife and faith is the wife was aptly named thrust her own pretty head into the street leading the wind. Play with the pink ribbons her cap while she called to goodman brown heart whispered she softly in rather sadly when her lips were close to his ear. Pretty put off your journey until sunrise and sleep in your own bed tonight alone. Woman is troubled with such dreams and such thoughts that she's a feared herself. Sometimes prey tarry with me this night. Dear husband of nights in the year my love and my faith replied young goodman brown of all nights in the year this one night. Must i tarry away from the my journey is thou costed fourth and back again must needs be done twix now and sunrise. What my sweet pretty wife. The stout doubt me already and we but three months married then. God bless you said faith with pink ribbons and may you find all well when you come back. A man cried government brown. Say prayers steve faith and go to bed at dusk and no harm will come to the so. They parted and the young man pursued. He's way until being about to turn the corner by the meeting house. He looked back and saw the head of faith still peeping after him with a melancholy air in spite for pink ribbons little faith thirty for his heart smote him what a wretched leave her on such an errand. She talks dreams to metha- as she spoke there was trouble in her face as if a dream had warned her. What work is to be done to night but no no twit. Kill her to think of it well. She's a blessed angel on earth and after this one night i'll cling to her skirts and follow her to heaven with this. Excellent resolve for the future. Goodman brown felt himself justified making more haste on he's present useful purpose. He had taken dreary road darken by all the gloomiest trees of the forest which barely stood side till at the narrow path creep through and closed immediately behind. It was all as lonely as could be and there is this peculiarity in such solitude. The traveller knows not who may be concealed by the innumerable trunks and the thick bows overhead. So that with a lonely footsteps he may yet be passing through an unseen multitude. there may be a devilish indian behind every tree said goodman brown himself and he glanced fearfully behind him as he added. What if the devil himself should be at my very elbow. He's head being turned. He passed a crook of the road and looking forward again beheld the figure of a man in grave and decent attire seated at the foot of an old tree. he arose at goodman brown's approach and walked onward side by side with him. You're late goodman brown. Said he the clock of the old south was striking. As i came through boston. And that his full fifteen minutes gone faith kept me back awhile. Replied the young man with the tremor in his voice caused by the sudden appearance of his companion though. Not wholly unexpected. It was now deep dusk in the forest and deepest in that part of it where these two were journeying. As nearly as could be discerned the second travel was about fifty years old apparently in the same rank of life as men brown and bearing a considerable resemblance to him though perhaps more and expression than features still they might have been taken for father and son and yet though the elder person was a simply clad the younger and simple in manner too. He had an indescribable air. One who knew the world and who would not of fell to bash that. The governor dinner table are in king. William's court where it possible that his affairs should call him either but the only thing about him that could be fixed upon as remarkable was his staff which bore the likeness of a great black snake so curiously rod that it might almost be seen to twist and wriggle itself like living serpent. This of course must have been an ocular. Deception assisted by the uncertain. light com. Goodman brown cried his fellow traveller. This is a dull place for the beginning of journey. Take my staff if you are so soon. Weary friend said the other exchanging is slow pace for full stop having kept covenant by meeting the year. It is my purpose. Now return wednesday came. I have scruples. Touching the matter the dow. What stav say sow so replied. He the serpent smiling apart. Let us walk-on nevertheless reasoning as we go. And if i convinced the not thou shalt tune back we are but a little way into the forest yet too far too far exclaimed goodman unconsciously resuming his. Walk my father never went into the woods on such an errand nor his father before him. We have been a race of honest man and good christians since the days of the martyrs. And shall i the first of the name of brown that ever took this path and kept such company that would say observed. The elder person interpreting his paws. Well said brown. I have been as well acquainted with your family as with ever want amongst the puritans and that's no trifled say. I helped your grandfather constable when he lashed quaker woman so smartly through the streets of salem and it was. I the brought your father. Re pitch pine not kindle that my own hearth the set fire to an indian village in king philip's war. They will my good friends both and many a pleasant walk. We have had along this path and returned merrily after midnight. I fain be friends with you. Put every sake if it'd be thou safest replied goodman brown. i marvel. They never spoke of these matters or verily. I marvel not seeing that. The least rumor of the sword would have driven them from new england with people of prayer and good works to boot and.
Barrier Island Prepares for More Sea-Level Rise, Worsening Storms
"Teague island is known for its beaches hiking birdwatching and wild horses the uninhabited island off of maryland. And virginia's coast drew almost two and a half million visitors last year but acid sands are shifting underfoot when a storm hits. Strong winds and waves can carve inlets into the island and change the shape of beaches and storm. Surges can wash sand from the ocean side beach farther inland so over time. The island shifts. The northern portion of the island has moved about a half mile to the west in about the last forty years. Hugh hawthorne is superintendent of acid island national seashore. He says some movement is normal but as sees rise and storms get more intense. The rate of change is speeding up so the park service is working to adapt. Its facilities is now making restrooms and lifeguard towers portable so they can be moved to new locations as the island shifts. And hawthorne's says the park. Service plans to relocate. Its oceanside campground farther west. The island may change the way we manage. It may change but we expect acetate island national seashore to be here for a time.
Strong cold front expected to move into Florida this week
"Ray Hawthorne says A few record lows were possible before the week concludes. Unlike the last few fronts, the air mass behind this front is coming directly from the Canadian prairies. Temperatures will be anywhere from 15 to 25 degrees colder once the front goes through, which could be enough for record lows in central in North Florida. Gradual, moderating trend is likely over the weekend, Hawthorne says. Lows in the fifties or possible, with highs in the lower or mid
"hawthorne" Discussed on Archives of Fabella
"Cheat i our and drain the life from your body. Aries second was only two weeks away. A new business stayed true to his word and visited chelsea. Hawthorne every one of those fourteen days she tried to run but he still found her. There was no way to escape this master hunter not by a train. Cable car airship or see everywhere chelsea rain. The grim reaper found her counting down the days she had left to find the one woman he desired so with so little information to even begin a search through historical records there was no way chelsea could produce a new businesses. Love out of thin air. They're crown of being. The greatest con artist in the world was quickly slipping away from her grasp with one day left until every second they was only one thing for chelsea to do as soon as the clock struck. Midnight on aries. Second fifty nine twenty four chelsea ellen. Hawthorne was found dead in sad park. I mysterious assailant had struck her where the killing curse taking her life before a new is could collect his death. Whether or not she was a true sear could not be confirmed scattered. Rumors of the incident hypothesized that chelsea had paid off a wizard to murder her. This theory was also unconfirmed so it was the night of airy second fifty nine twenty four while chelsea's little old body lay in an empty chapel at newbies hovered over.
"hawthorne" Discussed on Archives of Fabella
"Reaper. Equipped with his trademark skied and long black cloak over bone white armor impervious to magic not. Even warlocks stood a chance against this villain mastermind long since fallen from grace he wants had standing shoulder to shoulder with heroes. A newbies was the highest earning bounty under in the business. He earned most of his money. By working directly with the villainous empire delivering pirate scum to the numerous jail cells throughout the world. A new biz answered to nobody but himself and that made him the perfect target for chelsea's devious ski chelsea knew that duping nubas wouldn't be easy. He with famous. I nothing out. Huckster 's con artists and so called series fooling him would be chelsea's crowning achievement. Her cunning method was slow and well thought out over the course of a year chelsea or events and kammerer such that and new bis would hear of her rumor talent and come looking for her own most a year to date since chelsea singled out a new biz as her target the grim reaper with seated across from her in a dilapidated home. She brought with her stolen money. Rumor house what you are capable of seeing my greeted a newbies as he lowered himself into a rickety wooden chair. Hugh come to the right place. Said chelsea with a crooked smile herm. Give me your hands. So that i may see what the future has for you. A new bes- that his hands on the satin tabo com chelsea dead as she had prepared to do and told him earn aries. Second of bounty of yours will escape is holding so she had it all planned a homeless manipur whom chelsea didn't particularly like and continue our waste of space agreed to be paid to steal jewelry from a store months earlier. The mayor of camelot himself had sat in front of chelsea where she told him to hire a newbies to apprehend the muhtar at the crime scene chelsea organized a few other fireable whom lewis folk to perform a heist to break them in a tar out of new business holding sorrow whether or not the heist went. According to plan was no concern of hers all chelsea had to do was ensure our prisoner will be in a new bes- clutches on every second and heist had been organized to break the prisoner out of containment. All the pieces would be there for a newbies to believe her prediction and she'd have conned a man who claimed to be too smart for a thief like her however as chelsea retracted her hands from a newbies at the fortune telling session that bounty hunters bone white. Armored hands suddenly closed around her wrists and.
"hawthorne" Discussed on Archives of Fabella
"There is love beyond our world. There is war beyond our world. There is life beyond our world there is to bella aries second fifty nine twenty four f y so bella year equal to march twenty second nineteen twenty four. Ad earthier on aries second fifty nine twenty four f by the body of a woman chelsea ellen. Hawthorne lay in the church surrounded by candlelight. The sole attendant at her funeral was a man so villainous and shrouded by death people throughout out. The world called him the grim reaper. So who was this elderly women and why was her only mourner. A man regarded by history as the angel of death. Deep in the domination age where the evil bloodborne empire ruled. All of abella with their suffocating. Might everyone across the world dealt with harsh times. None more so than chelsea ellen. Hawthorne she was a seventy eight year old woman in camera rendered destitute by the death of her husband. And the first continental world war that tore fabella asunder with the last of her son lost to disease. She was all alone. There was only sickness homelessness and extreme poverty in her future. Despite all the hardships she endured chelsea. Hawthorne was a fighter. She was a survivor. Her home. money and family were garland barter. Who'd talk unity. mind with still well intact. She needed a way to make money. And i so. She decided to take desperate measures and become a con artist. She assumed the identity of a blind seer able to foretell the future. Now this power in fabella was very real. Sears were normally employed by warden departments for belen police for those of you who are new to this to predict future crimes and news media to deliver their takes on future events fortune. Telling wasn't an exact science. The year did not get to choose. Who or what they saw. They just did their best to read the signs on t. Leaves and animal entrails visions normally accompanied by severe seizures. Furthermore the future the seer saw was not necessarily set in stone. It was like predicting the weather. Instead of a ten percent chance of moisture. You had a ten percent. Chance of meeting your soulmate. Chelsea was a sad drew meaning. She was a non-magical person. Without any supernatural power. This did not stop her from lying in wait against the brick facade of buildings like a spider waiting for flight to get itself stuck in her web when she saw a wealthy goblin coming her way that was when she struck chelsea reached out her withered old hand to seize the goblin by the angle in her vice. Grip off off me. You pesky action screeched. The goblin said chelsea with is as big as saucer plates in great danger for i have. I seen you being run over by naturally. The response gave the goblin. Quite the scare is supposed to help shall see new. She had him and answered him with another question. How says your life worth sir. See what this is returned. The goblin kicked himself free of chelsea. His grip you're just a grafter. Well no petty home with old is going to bother me on to you sister. A with you chelsea's. I plan may not have worked but every good con artist has a plan a. b. c. and d. There were plenty of with people in cameron like chelsea willing to do anything for little money. Chelsea promised a good friend of hers on the streets. I share of her dough if they could help her so as goblin approached the platform for his train chelsea and her accomplice took their places. Their accomplice ran past the goblin as he was being chased and shoved the goblin into the path of an oncoming train. The train would have run the goblin over had chelsea not swooped in to quote on quote. Save his life telling with fourth exclaimed the goblin in a state of shock coup. Lisi i am forever in your taught. Tell me what more do you know of my future. Services are not free said chelsea. The goblin started dipping his hands into his pockets. Pulling out a wads of cash to hand over to chelsea. Please take it all just telling me. Chelsea snatched. the money wave from his leathery hands. On tuesday next you will need retired. Who was to become your there. Were many orphans. Boys on the streets chelsea found one in need of a good home put the youth in the path of the godwin who was expecting to meet his son. Goblins swept the boy into his loving arms and the two of them departed as a family chelsea continued this ruse using her connections with the homeless community in camelot. His scam people out of money by orchestrating events that she had direct control over by observing the predictable habits of people from the shadows. She was able to pick her victims out. One by one word of this year on main street grew exponentially with every victim. She fooled soon. She didn't even have to wait for victims. Her victims were coming to her offering vast sums of money just for a little taste of what the future had in store for them. They charismatic and cunning woman scammed rich gullible. People out of thousands a few years later having amassed enough money to get her life back on track and live an honest life chelsea was ready to retire from her con artist career but like a gambling addict at the table. She couldn't leave without one big score. That wealthy target on her mind was none. Other than famed. Bounty hunter a new bes-. He was known by many as the grim.
Hawthorne Man Sentenced To 212 Years For Insurance Fraud After 2 Disabled Sons Drowned In 2015 Crash Off Port Of Los Angeles Pier
"Trip. A Hawthorne man has been sent to prison for 212 years for fraud after driving his too severely autistic Children and ex wife off a pier at the port of Los Angeles to collect their insurance policies. Authorities say swam ashore was 13 year old. An eight year old boys drowned still strapped into the car seats. His ex wife escaped but couldn't swim. She was rescued by
New York City Man Shot Roommate, Then Two Police Officers In Brooklyn
"Vests credited with saving the life of an NYPD officer as second officer grazed by a bullet responding to a call at 42 Hawthorne Street in Brooklyn last night. That after police received a 911 call from a roommate barricaded in a closet after being shot. The suspects roommate called from a closet, saying he was hiding after being shot by his roomie and both legs. He's stable. So are the police officers, The suspect said. To be mentally disturbed, is under arrest. Undergoing a psych evaluation. County hospital. I'm Sara Lee
Investigation Underway After Apparent Suicide Of Chicago Police Officer
"Fatal gunshot wound today in the North side Police station in an apparent suicide. WGN's Bryan Burrough reports. The officer, identified in a statement by Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown is James Daly, a 21 Year veteran superintendent Brown saying dailies death is deeply felt by me and his many colleagues with whom he worked for. For many years, Daley's body was taken to the medical examiner's office in a police procession. An official cause of death will be determined. Less than a year ago, high ranking Chicago police official Dion Boyd was found dead by suicide in his office at the home in Square Police facility. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot acknowledge that it's early in the investigation of dailies death today, but It's known that suicides erupt during the pandemic. The sad reality is that trauma and depression are with us all the time. And unfortunately that has been exacerbated through the pandemic for a host of reasons. Speaking this morning at Hawthorne
Mayor Lori Lightfoot reacts to Chicago police detective's death
"Officer James Daly. Was found dead of an apparent suicide in the North side Police station this morning. Lightfoot encourages every resident who needs help to reach out. We need to make sure that we just stigmatize Depression and trauma that we emphasize for folks. The array of resources that are available across the city like food made those comments. Visiting Hawthorne Elementary School and a cove in 19 tests developed by
Tiger Woods hospitalized after rollover crash
"News golfer Tiger Woods has been hurt in a rollover crash and Rancho Palos Verde said happened this morning on Hawthorne Boulevard near Blackhorse Road. L. A county fire says fire crews used an ax and a prying tool to get wood out of the vehicle. He was taken to the hospital in serious but stable condition. He's manager says Woods has multiple leg injuries and needed surgery. Former President Trump is reacting to Tiger Woods is crashing man there and Rancher Palace Fair days. I was really surprised and you know he's doing so well. He's Said. He's getting the back in shape and then a thing like this happens. He's had a big problem, as you know, with his back for a long period of time, and Trump says he hopes Woods gets better. Soon he awarded Woods with the Medal of Freedom in
Go for Tree Diversity in Your Yard
"I have some spruce trees. I have ten of planet along the back of my property. They're absolutely beautiful. They're dying one at a time. So i guess one of the lessons is that when you go to plant a screen or you want a wind break something like that. You want some plant diversity. Yes always is is a key mark. I'm going to jump backwards to compromise conversations. We've had about your sweet gums lining tree edge. That is street after street after street in your community. That's wonderful when it's in full color in all going will aid sets and or disease or what have you or a particularly harsh winter that can cause significant diseases we gums the lack of diversity can be extremely expensive in many ways visually and financially now to avoid that then based on your question i try in designed to always think of that. Very factor Well any given blue spruce or any three of them is plenty in my opinion now and order then to enjoy them. Put them in a prominent spot. Put them where they can be seen and enjoyed by you and neighbors but then next to them not close not not going to cause a problem later on but i would definitely add in some pine Where the Well we'll we'll just say the australian scotch pines can have their little problems. Now you would come in with other kinds of pine and i'm not going to elaborate. There are many other pine trees that can work. Then we come to this plant. That i've mentioned this call came a separate and this will give us now Diversity in their gene pool. It'll give us diversity in their appearance and so on so. I would strongly recommend against a hedge. Well for the most part would go against a hedge of any one given thing I i know one place that i drive by frequently where they used all white pines and other white pines are still in very good shape. But i've been driving by for twenty years and those beautiful young white pines have all started to get high. Hid is if you will as all plants grow. The growth energy goes to the tips of the branches. And and to the top. Well the fella planet all of those white pines to screen his property now has no screening whatsoever. There all naked to about nine feet. All you see is tree trunks. Now that still as a diversion to the i but no disease organisms. They're just simply too many of one thing that a whole does the same thing they'll they'll live on for probably in the next thirty years. They may break up in a windstorm a little bit. They're right now. there's no problem with white pines. however his problem as was initially perceived is ongoing now. Because there's not much you can plant below them and so so anyhow mark diversity is the key there where if you use a blue spruce or if you use whatever then go to other things in a different corner oriented in that line or even to the extent of changing character use the evergreens that are needed to block the given circumstances. You don't wanna see anytime the year and then add in some deciduous trees be things like flooring crabs or or what have you. Hawthorne's and japanese. Red maples and so on to give you the change of pace in character. Color times of year in the whole ball of wax. So try to avoid monocultures is what it's called.
Berries Add Color to the Fall Landscape.
"You mentioned several different types of berries of the that you have in your yard in addition to the snow berry and the corollary. I know that you have beauty berry. What else do you have. Well beauty berry and i snuck in money sneaking. I asked permission. I put it in my neighbor's yard. Because i didn't have room for it to grow as i would want it to growth so it is there in my neighbor's yard get to enjoy it then. A matter of several hollies The ones that i have are. I'm going to call them the sparkle berry group now. This is very nonspecific but it is a shrub type of holiday. It does lose. Its leaves their about gone right now but at the same time as they go. They uncover brilliant red berries half the size of a small cranberry Blueberry whatever They are profuse The flowers a tiny little thing in the spring might walk by it and not even see it. But when there is a momma and poppa or many muslims in pop up so that they can cross pollinate they are outstanding and then about three years ago. I put in a foreigner so to speak. it is and a yellowish buried. one that is also pollinated by the same male and therefore i have the taller red and then headed over toward the orangey yellow of the flooring. Crab fruit is the little very of the sparkle berry group. I've forgotten his name. I'm sorry but at the same time there are several variations of red and then orange and yellow so Really outstanding type of plant and then of course the flooring crabs are in full color right now must have been a good time for them in the spring because they flowered very nicely and then there must not have been a frost at. We'll call it the wrong time because my Well my flooring. Crabs are just standing full of fruit which will then freeze not before too long and be ready for the verge to eat so it gives me two different pleasures. One and watching the birds which will swarm that tree or shrub group when he had can. And then on from there into the simply. They're looking three then. I happened to have two different hawthornes in my yard as background creatures and both of them are wonderful trees. The one right now is a beautiful orange red berry the other one. Fortunately where i put. It has no fruit. Never has that any fruits flowers white in the spring so those plants are looking good also.
SpaceX launches another 60 Starlink satellites
"Have made the journey into orbit. They caught a ride on a Hawthorne based space X rocket that lifted off from Cape Canaveral this morning. The starling system is designed to provide low cost Internet access and underserved areas around the world. A total of 800 Starling satellites are already floating around in space. Another space six satellite launch is scheduled for Wednesday morning.
Harrison Ford cleared in FAA investigation after plane runway mishap earlier this year
"Actor Harrison Ford has received the green light to fly his airplanes again after an investigation following an incident in Southern California earlier this year. It was April 24th when Harrison forwarded the controls of his plane cross the runway as another plane was about to land in Hawthorne Air traffic control telling Ford of his mistake uniform. Get across that one right now. I told you before old short, you need to listen up. I thought exactly that audio from live 80 si dot net now the FAA, saying the pilot Harrison Ford was required to take a remedial runway incursion training course. The case has been closed, and Ford is cleared to fly like stone.
End of unemployment benefit will see rise in food banks
"Are expected to see increased the man with the end of the weekly $600 federal unemployment benefit made possible by the cares act, which expired Friday. Here's W. BP's Clayton Nevil. The money was made available as a result of the economic hardships brought on by the Corona virus pandemic. Dr Valerie Hawthorne with the North Texas Food Bank. We do know that food security is tied to economic security. So as households are receiving less money, they're gonna have to make some tough decisions. Hawthorne anticipating demand to rise Over the next few weeks, a
SpaceX rocket successfully carries new satellites into orbit
"Another space X. rocket launch Saturday morning from Cape Canaveral Florida the falcon nine rocket carrying fifty eight starlink broadband internet satellites blasted off just after two twenty AM Pacific time this is the second time in eleven days that are rocket from the Hawthorne based company took off for outer
Stephen Fry on Reimagining the Greek Myths
"You've written memoirs. You've written novels. What made you sit down and think what I really need to do is is rewrite Turi version of the Greek myths. It was amendment two to. Having dinner with some friends and I can't remember how this subject came up, but Someone was talking about you know. It wasn't an over pretentious dinner party discussion, but it was about the way. Different Cultures explained how the world came to be. We were saying is is Genesis a terrible myth? Is it all about guilt and shame and other better ones, and so started to talk about you know the Greek origin myths, and then went back to to the you know out of chaos, and or an Austin guy on I'm started staring at me and said go on. I said well. You know and then I. Get the next generation was talking. Know about Kronos and and then the birth of Zeus. New Game Wow. How'd you oldest I supervised? Creek myths and a lot of them were very far more diligent to nine and probably better read, but they just they knew the names. Everyone knows the names use in Paulo, and and and so on, but they hadn't joined the dots. And, it's a miraculous thing about Greek mythology that there is a timeline in chronology knits probably be reverse engineered by. He's been homer and later poets obviously, but nonetheless it has a shape a beginning in the end, which other mythic structures don't seem to have and the so deepen. To use such a Cliche, but I can't avoid in the DNA of our own culture and art that it's kind of part of who we are so. They encouraged me really and a lot of people said you got. You could retell those stories, and at first I thought I'd do a stage show, and then I started writing it and realize what pleasure it was to to research. Go back to some of the sources the time remember burn and find out and fill in the gaps in my knowledge that I started writing. Did that Mobile Library play a part in your early reading of the Greek myth says well, yes, it did and firmly enough it was American, mythologised, who were the biggest infants so me when I was young apart from Robert Graves who was hugely influential. Who wrote a magnificent two volume edition of agreements, but when I was younger and too young, for Robert Graves, it was Hamilton and Bernadette, Flynn and bull finch copy of Dolphins, which is American I think. Isn't it the both with? And Anthony Hoffman whom I remember well reading those when I was very young, had big illustrated version of Nathaniel. Hawthorne's Tanglewood Tales and these were all wonderful retailing children, and there was a pretty sure Roger Lance Lynn Green. Bread was a boy and at school, because I loved classics at school from a very early age, we were taught latching from age of seven of. School and and I did. It only because I think it did so badly it everything else. That I was put onto ancient Greek quite young, too. I was eight or nine when I started engine. Great which I love. And so the stories, of course, the things you use for translations and So I grew up with a with a lot of them.
SpaceX makes history with successful rocket launch
"Let's talk about space we lost some will not I don't and and and a lot of firsts were involved in this first of all it it was a private space company SpaceX which started in I think two thousand two and Eli must company a private space rocket company they worked along side NASA they pick they basically SpaceX did the whole thing from start to finish they designed the rocket they designed the capsule and and these guys launch astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob bank in Bob and Doug they kept calling him on the launch I was watching the live feed and I could not not think about the SCTV scary for the movie strange brew with Bob and Doug McKenzie I can't want to calm hoser it it is I don't I I love this kind of stuff I think it's absolutely fascinating and if if you're like why are people making such a big deal about this because it was everywhere a bunch of people watched it everybody was talking about it I'm it it is it is really quite a remarkable thing and you've got these two seasoned astronauts right these guys are like that the commander dog is a marine pilot he's been to space a couple times this guy has flown he's docked with the international space station on his own he's manual controls that is a nearly impossible task it's not tried searching for I did I'll try searching for it on link then you will have a hard time finding this guy to hire they hired like one of the white people in the planet is the only got this particular job yeah in or off the planet he's the only guy but but this time they used computers they launching these if you saw any of the video it's this beautifully sleek cushioned capsule that they're in they have and I can explain why mom was a who owns SpaceX yon yep and if you look at the inside the capsule looks like it really does Tesla's known for having a steering wheel in a TV essential hand side and end up breaking out into the Aggie can't look out of gas pedal and accelerator pedal and that's what the inside of this without the accelerator pedal that's what the inside of this looked like it was all touch screen also not like what you the the the NASA space capsule that you have come to admire and from from movies it doesn't look like anything like that anymore it looks much much more modern it is what the future space flight in one of the significant things here is this is the the beginning of the privatization of space flight right the the way it used to work was was it's not like that there have been private contractors building the stuff if you work at Boeing you know Boeing's history of building major components of every space mission I'm going it was front center it doesn't really happen without bowing right and other American contractors who do who developed a high tech but it was all in the auspices in the funding of NASA this is different NASA was involved but essentially NASA was the contractor helping these guys get to outer space it becomes it's a very interesting reversal of roles and if you don't think that that Jeff Basil's and his blue origin was sitting out there both rooting for and against the wasn't reading I think Francis aster but he certainly wasn't rooting for massive success unless he feels like Hey there's it's a big universe there's room out there for all of us it was very very interesting to think about I mean for you one must love him or hate him in in you probably do both on the on any given month given the way the guy behaves getting a space program off the ground in from two thousand when it was it was too two thousand ten till now is a standing yeah without denial of land over rockets and you know it wise it really is kind of remarkable and this is if you or anything of a space junkie and I am this was a real historic day and worth seeing and on top of that like we talked about once before on the show there is a simulator where you can actually try to really high it's it's similar to what you can try and doc this thing on your own that is it marks up the similar it simulated that they used I don't know how many times I ended up into deep space on saleable or brand right into the space station because I couldn't get it done they used to have like a a simulator in Cape Canaveral in Florida and I went down there with my dad when I was a kid and he's a pilot he he's a commercial if he's one big jets and everything he gets in the similar I barely I mean he didn't he didn't do it he couldn't actually do but got really really close and he's like man that was like the hardest thing I've ever done right the space shuttle used to have I this is my favorite part of storage space shuttle used to have two thousand manual switches right and you're when you're an astronaut you flick and then you're doing all the stuff turn these this this has twenty from two thousand to twenty everything is touch screen and these guys Bob especially the commander he's an old school marine and at first he was like I don't know about all this because when you're wearing the big astronaut gloves and you're flipping switches and it's real important that those switches get flipped there's you know when you physically flipped it or toggled it or whatever it is that right with a touch screen he's he's like that took a lot of getting used to so the SpaceX people are like we got you Bob and they created like a like a little like bloom like when you touch the screen you see some sort of a visual indication well it is actually touched it's the whole thing in your phone we're so between the two at the haptic response to refer to it as when your phone buzzes or clicks right when you do that kind of stuff the reason that they keep the shutter noise in a camera what they don't need the center noise in the camera anyway all of these things are because we're so a **** waited to flicking that switch to feeling that resistance some sort of physical contact with it and so they just dumbing it up for our own company even though it's not necessary that's exactly what they did here everybody knows Houston as in Houston you have a problem mission control this is as Mike said not a NASA mission so mission control you with they heard they heard voices from Hawthorne California that's for SpaceX is based out of so this is just changing changing the whole game yeah I mean but you know Hawthorne has its own problems so I suppose in some point locally we never get to that point and it and I think that that's really what now so it was not built solely to make space a government enterprise but to alternately allow this sort of building to happen and I think NASA's done a really remarkable job of pivoting to what the future is in becoming sort of this agency to essentially becoming an incubator for private space right and that is actually not a dumb thing for for them to do and and now we have four companies and more in other countries that are actually buying for this for this sort of dominance it's a pretty interesting thing it really is it's one of those many things like we talk about in Seattle that underscores what it what it what a real setback it feels like for Paul Allen to have died because he was also involved in a project out of Syria and so a lot of a lot of effort now in the private sector of doing this thing but this thing being successful is good news for everybody including other companies that are competing with them because we needed to see it happen from a private company and I certainly hope that this is just the beginning of a really really interesting future
NASA awards $1 billion in moon lander contracts
"Nassar ramping up efforts to put astronauts on the moon again NASA wants to return astronauts to the moon by twenty twenty four and it's turning to the private sector to build the lunar landers three companies are splitting a near one billion dollar contract SpaceX in Hawthorne California blue origin in Kent Washington and Dianetics in Huntsville Alabama over the next ten months each will refine their proposed landers and NASA will pick the winner the dynamics version is low to the ground the blue origin lander would have astronauts descending a ladder on the moon's surface well the SpaceX version includes an
Harrison Ford admits pilot error on runway: "I'm terribly sorry"
"Morning news so was that Indiana Jones on that runway or was that wrong way Corrigan she would have the Harrison Ford this is Sam with him before you know seven he's a pilot yeah he's seventy seven years he's crash these crashes blight for I think this is also happened once before some Ford piloting a plane that wrongly cross the runway where another plane was landing this happened at Hawthorne blue book airports that serve just outside Los Angeles FAA is investigating he beat Italy by the way knowledge his mistake apologized to ATC for the error nobody got injured there's never any danger of a collision but it brought up an image of Douglas wrong way Corrigan and only reason why I'm mentioning it but a he's in a store go figure made famous by he was supposed to be flying from New Jersey or New York City I think it was too long beach California any other up in Ireland what DO you would think you would think what she had the water go home some of the white
Harrison Ford piloting plane that wrongly crosses runway
"Harrison Ford was at the controls of a plane that wrongly across the runway where another plane was landing and now the feds are looking into the incident it happened this past Friday at Hawthorne airport in Los Angeles for the publicist says the mishap occurred when the actor mis heard an instruction from air traffic control the publicist statement says forty media only fetched up to the mistake and apologized to the tower for his error and that no one was hurt it's the latest in several similar incidents over the years for Ford who is seventy seven now I'm Oscar wells Gabriel