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"hines creek" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

10:40 min | 11 months ago

"hines creek" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Percent if you're over eighty so that's why you've heard the term it's up to twenty times deadlier than the flu but he does say those estimates could be high but they're the best stats that we have available to us right right now I'm also he's getting this question what if I'm gonna get it why not do it now and get it over with so there's a graph making the rounds on social media that shows this but basically what the import thing is he says we need to slow it down so that hospitals are overwhelmed because if everyone gets sick at once there aren't enough doctors in respirators to go around so slowing it down is really important portent for that because even if there is a really serious case as long as the health care system is an overwhelming it can get into a hospital you can get the treatment that you need an increase your chances of rebounding from it how many people will get it let me read this one or not because these are big numbers yeah let's just face the music the what did he says the answer is we still don't know but experts think somewhere between twenty and stuff this is such a huge win yeah yeah they say between twenty and seventy percent of the population so that is a that's between sixty six and two hundred and thirty one million people but that's also not saying when you know like maybe we're all going to get it at some point in the next five years sure right so yeah that's kind of a tricky tricky one it it's such a huge window I just I'm I want to dismiss the second sentence as that so this is between sixty six and two hundred thirty one million people in the United States or one and a half to five billion people worldwide because it's too big the window gets a between twenty and seventy percent when will the vaccine be available a lot of folks wanna know about that he says they're being developed but it does take time so estimates suggest the soonest that we'll have one would be early next year but even when it's ready producing enough vaccines for billions of people out for sure that will take a long time yeah what if I can't find any sanitizer I was looking online for sanitizer yesterday and that was hard to come by soap works better anyway it's really good at getting germs off of our hands we discussed this earlier this week so passes compound that dot mixes with the oil that is on your skin which germs stick on and then this soap instead of just rinsing or something like that which would separate the oil into little beads and it wouldn't run off your hands so has the magic mixture that binds to the oil and also helps to loosen it so that you can print it right off I wonder how soap is doing on the shelves in stores right now if it's doing better than the hand sanitizer is a good question China slowed China slowed it down so we'll do the same right that's a common question the scientist is asking he who studies infectious diseases hopefully but not necessarily the Chinese government is an authoritarian regime that look that took extreme measures to contain all the events being cancelled here are a good start though I'm how about this I just said this today I said the real problem is the panic not the the disease itself it seems like the panic is out in front here and he gets this question is in the panic worse than the disease itself yes the panic isn't helping instead we should be realistic and prepared remember we're all in it together so don't hoard supplies having two or three weeks of food on hand is a good idea though okay that makes sense and the reason for that is if you were quarantined right yes okay I need to think or if they went to and there's no sign that this would happen but if ever they went to a lockdown situation then you know like in Italy where that one person can go in a grocery store at a time yeah it's like they're crazy really weird stuff so I get I get the idea of being prepared if that's the case yeah okay what have you done to prepare we didn't get toilet paper yesterday because I was watching on Twitter and so many people work had been going to places cosco's and target since that you've heard this and they were stocking up so we weren't going in fear of like oh gosh the corona virus but like all men okay all these orders already got all the toilet paper so we do need to now go get some so that we don't run out mid stream so to speak and it's like we did you have a lot of people in that house five six Bucks wow five to get wiped just because the baby you know the diapers sort of thing you know I mean oh my gosh I haven't even like I thought about the things like soap and toilet paper paper towels on you know sanitizing wipes I didn't even think about food yeah we got like some pasta you rarely do the canned stuff and soups would be good Donna again like the introverts you've been preparing your whole life for this I've always said that you are ration lady you are you are not in a war time a leader in a post apocalyptic situation because you are so wrong I am like I live such a minimalist lifestyle as good as gold you know I don't we don't need the luxuries you were saying I would be prepared wait we're gonna have to just survive on this and this and this and you're like transaction highlights and that's wonderful okay eyes again yeah and it's funny guys you're pretty funny guys we're really being you Ryan had an issue with less we won't say where he went but he said he went happens to be a big box place right like a big a big place I confided this to Donna this morning how I've never felt anything I've never felt more anxiety than the place I went with Whitney a couple weeks ago and I was my sunglasses run I was literally felt scared going into this store really and at this store has a similar experience I think I've I've never felt an overwhelming feeling of anxiety I've got you know I'm a pretty cool headed level headed person I don't have to thankfully worry about having those things ideas other people do but but when I went in the store I was I just told me I gotta get out here this is morning the the the several weeks ago just an hour we never been there before you know the whole idea speaking of **** is was to get toilet paper yes we just needed honestly we needed to the paper and it what this is all before the corona virus in the people are hoarding people running out of toilet paper and everything that we just needed toilet paper and they only had a generic off brand toilet paper option is and I said to it is like we're not by this one of its horrible what if it's all right but with one ply sandpaper read the label you have done I don't trust labels and wonderful and we just bought a lifetime supply of it and so then we just left without getting anything in this and never bring you back here because you don't know the lay of the land what time to go there to shop for us here miss you know to avoid the crowds I I understand those style of places in a kind of crippled me I by the way don't do well in any grocery store I am so I'm believe a plea inefficient in a grocery shopping I am too I well I just don't understand the lay of the land even if I've been there a bunch of times I don't like process and store that information well and so I'm always like where are the peanuts like what and then my wife is like the snack time find something just ask somebody and I'm like no well there are things I know but it doesn't list every single item on the sign what I do rosary shaming me I grocery shop very much like when I go into that store your food from the river lake Ryan was talking about I go straight to the area that I know I want to get what I need and I leave like I don't wandering goal where is the tune up I don't know yeah I know what I'll edit my trick is and Whitney does not care for this I need to go down every single I know because I don't know if I need it until I see saw you coming a mile away let's go down the dog food and baby I'll even though we have dogs who don't have a baby we go down we don't know we need deal with that dream in they say at these grocery stores right to stay on the perimeter yep for the healthy stuff yeah that's how you shop the healthiest yeah I go to produce for and then you avoid the end caps and they're like oh well look at this new fiber of lucky charms what we already know you need this duraflame log witty ever know what started getting mailers men are hearing you right now they're sending you specific coupon listening your eat your internet yeah now your book page in your Twitter and all that they're gonna start popping up with like produce by the way we were looking at hotels this last weekend for a trip to Florida my wife had never looked up this one hotel I was doing all the looking up all on my phone and then the next day she got an ad for one very specific hotel in the Orlando area that none of us had ever heard of it's terrifying it is terrifying I got an ad for women's underwear the other day on mine I don't know where that came from maybe because right now he was looking for yeah they know they are linked they know who your your circles are and so then that's why they're like oh your friend likes this and you talk with your friend a lot like the track all that and so that's why they don't throw it out to you well I told you the creeper race yeah there's a product called crepe erase that you know for your creepy chest and neck and all that stuff your your bat wings on your arms all I did was have the TV on while I was cooking one day my phone was nowhere to be found next day email thirty percent off preparations done in my in box that is terrified then you bought the pot the cycle and I went to one of those big stories it you did it a good deal Donna has no toilet paper in Hines creek race because you thought it was did you think crepe erase close the crap yes all right if you see something we want something I believe we do have an email today and then now we have an apology from someone that we put in this category the other day I'll get to that coming up next in my talk one of seven one nothing but good times.

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"hines creek" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

Keeping It Kissel

13:28 min | 11 months ago

"hines creek" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

"Oh welcome everybody or a very podcast. this is. What are we even going to call our podcast? Keeping Kissel cast. That's a good question and I felt fine. And then he said everything's live and it was like and then everything went. I know yeah it was weird it went from like feeling totally fine and in pumped till like Holy Shit. We've been thinking about this for a long time obviously for everybody's list that's listening I would actually say this is a lot more The entire keeping kissel brand was all CECELIA's idea this is something you've wanted to do for ever At least like two three solid years of China here eight actually and for me all I wanted to do out of this. Whole deal was podcast. The reason why I wanted to podcast is because for those who don't know Cecilia. I mean you know her on instagram. But she is wise beyond her years and cease like you are. You are so magnetic. I don't know what it is but maybe we'll tell you all their shit he pulled tell you all their secrets if they get to know you and actually become in your inner circle or allow you into their inner circle they open up to you. I'm all bullshit you're all real and it's a really really cool. Thanks yeah this first episode. I th I think would be great for people to get to know us how I mean. I've got an episode in mind for us to talk about how he met. But more people to get to know you and your story My goal is to kind of interview and keep the train on the tracks but that was my thought that I think that's a great idea. I I guess maybe start start from the beginning. Everybody always asks what your heritage is because you look so unique. I was are you. Cecilia Kissel So my dad is German and My mom is Bolivia N- so I'm I would say fifty fifty and my dad is actually a Mennonite so I would probably say he's hundred percent. German. There's no said something funny about men and night Women and how they dress hotel yes dressed. Oh yeah so. We're coming back when we were in school and all of the mennonite girls Which my my dad. And my whole family left them in a colony though they're not They're not practicing mennonites. But my dad grew up that way so it was a deeply ingrained but At school all of the mennonite girls would wear their dresses with their runners. And that's trendy. Now Yeah and we didn't make fun of people than it wasn't like that but it was like a an obvious difference. Obvious difference would show up and wear that for sports days. The only the only sports they were really allowed to do was Track and field because their lives were to Pre committed to their lifestyle and working the farm and in the kitchen and those kinds of things so they wouldn't be able to commit to Sports true but they could do track and field so you would see all of these young ladies in their dresses and their runners running track and field and they usually beat everybody in New York. No we were in Toronto. And everybody's literally wearing floral print dresses those white Feel or Nike shoes. Cousins were ahead of their time. How they really were. And you grew up in northern Alberta. I mean a lot of people know him from Flat Lake Just outside of Saint Paul Bonneville area you met in Bonneville yes but you grew up in Hines creek what I was born in Fairview Alberta but my my dad's family all settled in Wordsley Alberta. Which is even further from grand prairie but then We I I grew up in Hines Creek. Yup and what are some of your fondest memories of growing up Growing up in the country in the country just like being in the dirt all the time. You do say that a lot being just on earth for our kids. Oh yeah having your bare feet in like garden soil or your hands like picking out carrots or potatoes fresh for supper. There's nothing like that You know it's funny because there are a lot of kids that think that fruit or vegetables literally come from the grocery store. Yeah but it's like I feel so blessed to be able to teach the girls like that food comes from the planet and it's our job to care for the planet for sure. I remember vividly as a kid watching One of our neighbors when she was when she was on the combine. And going around our acreage. I actually go to our garden. Which was we had a huge garden like this wasn't like she was stealing or anything but she would go into our garden. She break off a piece of rhubarb and wash it in the rain barrel. And then edit and you ever sugar No because I never liked rhubarb unless it was in rhubarb critic treat this snap it off dipping into the Little Cup of sugar so mean. Grandpa always had a great garden. Grandma Betty had an incredible. Herb leaves are poisonous. Did you know that I thought it was just point? Seta LEAVES NO SERIOUS DOUBLE. Check THAT. But pretty sure. I wonder how much you'd have to eat to Croak. I'm not sure I'm not sure. Can you go out? Is it actually really poisonous? Pretty sure Dr believes 'cause point Cetera. Leaves is bad for the cats. It'll kill cats. Yeah which is that cats like the moment they see them. I saw eager up on there. And he's like you know like he's chewing it and you're like why. Why is that even thought? Well you know me and how much I care for those cats but I know you're super passionate over the moon over the star worlds very kind of thing so then you go from Hines Creek into Bonneville and what grade you dates confirmed. They are poisonous. It is yes to eat ten pounds of rhubarb leaves. That I think like you can't feed it to animals or horses or things like that. It affect them differently and dressing Well just kill me. Random knowledge up here When you when you move to Bonneville it was for High School. What grade was that great eleven three and eleven or not? It was the choice. I made a choice. I didn't move When I was in grade I chose to stay and finish my year. My family moved and I stayed. Yeah Yeah and I guess I don't know if you want if you want to reveal this about your how many siblings you've got and kind of the five And reach two years apart Yeah we'll I'm excited to see them over the holidays. Yeah of course yeah. Yeah I'm I've never been more nervous ever at not that I had many many girlfriends and maybe only had like two serious girlfriends before but meeting your family especially just in your family background and now actually spending time with Yvonne and Areco Getting they're buying was an especially vence. Was everything that I needed. Because like your dad at the time wasn't that I wasn't as concerned but a super concerned about Yvonne. Somehow I had such a deep respect for my siblings so it was like really important to me that whoever I chose to spend my life with Could integrate into my family somehow Just because I think a lot of families can split up over that if it's not or Distance I mean. Our our lives puts a lot of distance between our family Between your family my family just because it doesn't allow as much space For us to give the time that relationships need to grow your we love our families endlessly. We spend as much time with them as we can but we sacrificed a lot for your career. Yeah we'll of course. I'm how I'm obviously thankful that you do that but I miss them a lot. Especially young so my favorite memories were when you first started dating. I would come and we were just watching movies. Yeah the House. It was so interesting because my family from outside looking in was seemed to be very together right now in your family coming into. That house was such a special thing because everybody cared for each other and we would absolutely I would yeah I don't know if that's like super common but It is in Malaya movies. We I would like to say we don't fight or have like our disagreements. You know. We might be confrontational and go at it. Head on but we don't avoid the issue and Flow through it pretty quickly and then there's just like we all kind of just enjoy each other's company for sure at least that's how I feel so when I when I came into the picture. Did you tell your family about me before it kind of met everybody or did you know what if. I remember the bash. I'm pretty sure we were friends. And My dad told me about you as an artist like he had saw you know that this guy was going to be playing in town and he loves country music so I think he was sold. I knew he was like an easy. Sell 'cause he just loves country music but for me Yeah I would not make that association I for them because it didn't matter to me I just like to. You still doesn't matter to you now. It really doesn't. I just love that you love what you do that. You're passionate about it so I think people would find. This interesting is that I thought you were dating a lot sooner like a year. No why months and months. I mean. We'll some of the things that we're doing would do the with me if you're like. Oh Yeah but we're two years apart so I'm two years older so you would have been seventeen would have been nineteen. My friends were in university. You were exiting highschool so which which. I never told you that. You didn't know that right that you thought we were dating. No no no yes. I know you didn't know that. I thought that you didn't know that. I thought we were dating when we definitely were dating because I was telling everybody in my circle that you're my girlfriend. Yeah you were. I An. I was not doing that. I thought we were just like I wasn't seeing anybody else necessarily by the time you thought that it just wasn't I think a conversation and then When you're nineteen. I don't think people your slightly jaded and I don't think Once you're out of high school that you're quick to commit to a relationship right and so for me. It was like. Oh Yeah we're just we're just fleeing. We're just doing this. This was more like I just was not a person I wasn't like in that mindset. I wasn't eager to settle down. I was nineteen. And then you're like so. Many states are percents shut. It was it was. It was love at first sight on. I get a million times. I do get it because if somebody if somebody was behaving in highschool the way that we were that would have been dating one hundred percent right but when you're like the at the age of university people are playing the field more. They're getting around. They're getting out. It's like nobody wants to label anything you know. So those two years difference. Although they make no difference now they did make a difference. Then do you remember some of the things that you had said like? You had your own checklist of things that you needed for someone to be. Oh Yeah like your husband. Yes I was a little girl. I remember reading this magazine Article and it was about Basically now how we would word it is like manifesting your dream and yeah but at the time it was like Prayer work I would say like a religious aspect or connection about like dreaming to fulfil to fill those you know to fill that And so yeah it is. It said to make list like a detailed list of like what you want your future spouse. I was probably like twelve and I wrote it out like in detail. It was like I want a man who plays the piano. Yes so you said that to me which is funny and I and I bought a piano. Yeah and you do play the piano. Not many people know that And you do it beautifully Thank you I wanted. A man who had blue eyes and light hair and who was kind and gentle and Obviously respectful and it went on and on. I don't I don't think I added the hide in there but like had I..

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