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An Interview with Ari Seth Cohen
"Today dress listeners we are thrilled to welcome. To the show are as the creator of the widely acclaimed blog turned international movement advance style, and if our listeners are not aware of advanced style, Google it immediately and prepare to be amazed and inspired super inspired and as the title suggests are a start of the street style blog advanced style in two thousand eight with the intention of quote capturing the Sartorial Savvy of the senior set. and. He has dedicated the last twelve years to celebrating the unique stylings of incredible individuals age sixty plus who have made the art and act of dressing a lifestyle and personal philosophy. While advance style may started as a blog. It has now also become a wildly popular instagram page as well as three books and those are titled As Stale Advanced Style older and wiser, and the most recent advanced love. There is even at advance style coloring book and a documentary. I didn't know there was a coloring book and I definitely want to get my hands go. So Ra's work has been incredibly important and bringing visibility to women including models in the fashion industry, and we are excited to welcome him to the show today to hear more about the meteoric journey of advanced style and the lessons he's learned from his many muses along the way. Ari Welcome to the show. Are welcomed address. It's such a pleasure to have you here with us today. To be here. Thank you so much. So I believe you were actually in your late twenties. When you start at advance style I, think you started in two thousand eight. So you were not in still are not exactly a member of the you know the stylist set over sixty. that. You've taken as your muses. Can you tell us a little bit about the origin story of advance style and how you came to create this wonderful what started as a blog I always had an interesting clothing in that came from spending so much time with my grandmother bloom. Who is my best friend and like the most magical thing that I can imagine doing was going through her wardrobe and seeing her caftans, addresses and old hats and gloves in going through the bureau drawers. Seeing, the vintage rhinestone jewelry and I think because I was so connected to her she was my best friend that each one of these items kind of held a special power to me and. I learned early on that you can transform your mood with clothing. We we played a lot. You know in her closet at night where my grandfathers had closed schools. And you know dressing up was really a joy for me and a way to kind of a certain might individuality and my creativity because I always felt a bit different when I was younger than everyone else and so it was a way for me to like own the difference in owned Strangeness Weirdness Eccentricity and I used to flip through my grandmother scrapbooks in see images. Of Her and her family members dressed up in the nineteen thirties forties in Iowa in although they didn't have a lot of money everybody had szeged elegance or she's great has gloves and I was really struck by these images and we watch movies together in when I was really young I started to draw pictures of my grandmother and her friends and some times even imaginary older. Women with really wonderful style. So this was kind of the roots of the project and then I went away to college my grandma with wasn't feeling very well, and so I went back and forth from San Diego my hometown to Seattle where I'm going to college studying art history I would help my grandmother and when she passed away in two thousand and eight I really had. So much grieving to do I mean it's the biggest loss I'd ever experienced. But I also knew that I needed to do something that celebrated you know our relationship kind of continued this connection that had that was so deep and profound, and when I was really young, my grandmother told me that I should move to New York if I wanted to do something creative she had. Studied at College in late thirties, early forties and became a librarian, and she always talk to me about the style on the streets in the creativity. So when I moved to New York in two, thousand eight after my grandmother passed away I started to see all these incredible women on the streets of New York. City in wanted a way to connect with that kind of energy. Again in also deal with the loss of my grandmother. So I was about healing and then I realized that these images that I was taking have the power to shift other people's perspectives on getting older.
"kaftan" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Look program everyone. Jill. Scott. I was listening to this song I have spotify on in my car and drive around listening a Song Sung came on. UNIVERSES telling me to have sex 'cause I grab before we came in here before you're talking about Shelvin Pizza's up if we are battles to. ME. This song was on I. Thought Oh. Yeah. I remember that. into. Out Across. Pj Do you remember that time you you realize I love Jill Scott. We're at this bar called the bullet. That name the. Jill Scott Song came on and we are waiting in line for a drink and I. started seeing every word cj looked like could. Love Jill? Scott. Love. Yeah you know. Lots going on the program today. Welcome back. Okay I promise I'm not going to like talk. Anymore That was an awakening for me as well. I have to say when? I heard I felt. Deep. With Gate within came from brown sugar walls. Yeah listen I will tell you this sure I'm alone three Chihuahua. Just, me It's tough time right but I told you and I talked about all the time. I refused I hit a moment in this pandemic and. Everything is thought I can't lose anymore I'm losing saul much of my life six months so far my mom losing them look and I was getting sucked into a hole and I thought to myself no. I do myself a life preserver I said No. I said, I'm going to gain something I'm GonNa gain my health I'm going to gain projects. I've talked about this. I'm going to gain something I wanNA come out of this I refuse to succumb. and. I'm so inspired by people who do that Nikki look what you're doing, what you're doing with Your Life coaching and this this deal with dying for sex which. Who knows could go big things are happening. Everybody's CJ. You started up your podcast again, right fantasy. You're doing readings Malone, whatever you're doing reading everyone's doing I'm doing this right. And I'm so impressed by people that do that. I, and then I saw I saw someone online I met someone online who was doing something I. Love. And turns out that they started it in the middle of the pandemic as well. And I was so impressed by the I said, this person has to come on the program they're doing something of a product I buy. And they started it in the middle of a pandemic. I want you to welcome this person who were meeting for the very first sign, the program, which is a new game I'm doing. Ladies and Gentlemen, please say hello to O.`day. CHICAGO. Welcome. Nice to meet you officially. This is nicky. C. J.. got. Some good. Energy. Good in. Your aim day Oh day. Now it's there now I was wondering since your name is Oday is there any way that instead of O'Day I could call you dave. So, many nicknames. I'm GonNa Call You Day Oh but everyone knows your name Shaker you can follow Dacia we'll get to what you do in the second. Your instagram is Oh, day in the life od a y in the life now. I have to be honest about something I made a confession a few weeks ago and it certainly caused a lot of. Noise around. People been so excited about me wearing. A good on my. Ballin. Free Balding Hey. Hey Hey I wrote on my Kaftan Saul in. Three. CAST Em a proud Kaftan where I said I ordered a bunch and I wear them but I wear in Shan I'm shame I'm not ready for a Public Kaftan K. now you guys are telling this the audience I was one of the I've been on the front lines of cans for the past three weeks four weeks. Yes. You have a brave trailblazer. In the in the Mid Twentieth. And in the Kaftan community and I will tell you I was sort of pedestrian in the beginning of my search. My first cap is black linen from Amazon. You can stand it was just the beginning it was like a training wheel Kaftans. He's liked the lifestyle you know where have ten just meet home alone I mentioned that. Alone and so I, like wearing I like taking my underwear off putting Oughta Kaftan do it I'm free ball and I've I've you know I may make dinner I'll get glass of wine. Shits Creek will do the thing in and I like the light of day and I know you come from fashion background right? You you you worked on Dutch. How'd your own line you've been in the fashion industry? For Twenty Years Twenty years. Yeah. During one started in couture two, thousand, nine, eight started my online at guitar was doing dresses for like Sandra Bullock and Kelly Clarkson and all these red carpet events and did that for so long. But this was a totally different personal passion project though it started. Well, let's talk about what you do. I haven't even introduced what you deal set I'm feeling this onion. Malone Nikki. Establish that he that O'Day Works and Then making clothes for years and years. Alright. Lives in Chicago now in Chicago. Via Satellite, we'll get into the boyfriend to all of it. Back to me as I searched for the perfect Kaftan, my service continues and here there this I'm like goldilocks. Well, this one's too short. This one's to that this. And then I stumble into the prairie land, the the mothership though the the the Heaven Kaftan have When I find calf Toco. F. T. K. O. Calf Toco. Plan.
Getting Glammed Up For The iHeartRadio Podcast Awards
"Going to chat a little bit of top here on this episode about our experiences at the iheartradio podcast awards. Oh yes because we got clammed up we sure did we shared it and we're going to break down our Glam because we were nominated we were nominated for best fashion and beauty. PODCAST and spoiler. We won we won an an award. We won an award. I mean not to to my own horn but Tutu to say smash that Horn Button Dory because it was very very cool to win an award. It was cool and before we won I was sort of like whatever and then we won and I was like this is the coolest thing ever. We also didn't the plan on winning so when they announced games we'd just laughed. We did we really. And we did not have any nothing to say. But we were nominated alongside such awesome. Awesome podcasts yeah and fat Mascara naked beauty dressed the history of fashion and the cut on Tuesdays. Look at you and we beat them all it. Just kidding I mean look it was great to meet so many people just be around other pods around other podcasters. See Gavin to grow perfor- Kevin Durant perform was. He was very still. He's still got lucky. Still got it and it was cool just being like getting to meet the people who made the Elizabeth homes theranos dropout podcast for your cool. They were cool. We just got to chat with people. It was neat. Yeah it was like seeing all your favorite podcast people. Irl The guy who does lower was lurking around everywhere share. Was He presented an Award Conan. O'Brien Conan there. He didn't stay for the after party though he didn't Nora mcnerney our favorite successors were Stanton won an award. Anyway that was very cool and during I don't normally glam without. We would discuss that up top on this episode and we should say this is a guest free episode. Yes we're trying out ESTA just us for better or for worse. You're stuck with us today. We're trying something new where we just have occasional episodes where it's just too we can make if we attorney okay. Okay so airbrushed my life you. Did you know when I went into your bedroom to change. Noticed it on your nightstand and I was like. Ah He airbrushed her leg. Okay so I've never had a spray Tan I've always wanted to get one and it just feels like a lot of work work and so I've never done it. Yeah and then. The thought crossed my mind because I was wearing a short dress without stockings. And then I was like. I don't have the energy or the time or the money and one of my kids was sick last week and involved like a trip to the emergency room and it was a whole spiel so instead I went to Ulta and I purchased Sally. Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs Lotion. Okay and I just rub it on. So it's not a self tanner it kind. I don't know what what it is. Is it basically like tinted moisturizer for your legs. Yes but it also like smooth them out in a way that felt very creepy but also wonderful laming in your legs look great they looked. I have you know. I'm pretty pasty. I bruise easily. Same you know and look no shame and loving ourselves as we they are but for this event I wanted airbrushed legs so look for like eight bucks. Yeah it was. It was Kinda fun purchase. I would definitely use it again. Was it something that you went to Ulta to get. Did you know you're going to get them or you just saw and you're like oh no sounds like a good idea. I went because I knew because a woman I worked with WHO used to work in television news once told me about it and she was like always used the Sally Hansen airbrush legs spray. I got the lotion and the spray. And they went with the lotion. Okay but I also went to Ulta to get press on nails. Yes your nails looked amazing because I wanted to try press on nails because there's been a lot of changes in the world of press on nails. Since we were children there have been there have been advances. PRESA nails are very good now. They stay on and so I bought myself some dashing diva diva press on nails. They looked amazing. Like I kind I kind of I was like oh I should have just done this because I didn't have time to get a manicure. Didn't even think about it exactly way. I could have bought you some. Although they were like they were like wiped out at the alte I went to which makes me think. Yes all the iheartradio podcast award award nominee westwards press on now CONAN there. I just think it's a thing people are doing now. Yes the like technology. The adhesive technology is it's much better than it was back when we were young INS. I was just noticing. You're not wearing them anymore. No I took them off. Because the following morning I had to participate in like a garden build older my children and how were they to remove pretty easy actually just yeah and so you know for me I have very short nails are very thin. Nails nails I've gotten very into powder dip but that kind of did a number on my nails the that broke and mail. Yes which listener recently asked just how that is it healed itself. Oh good good good grew out but anyway that was the other thing I did press on nails love that was like a new new beauty adventure. Really Fun Yeah. L. Shaved for the first time in like two months. Okay I put. I'd used wander beauties baggage claim. I'm asks before I did my makeup I should say I didn't do you make up during I hired Glam squad. We sure didn't really went for it. We did we should tell everyone I did not WanNa get Glam squad dory was like no. It wasn't going to bring it up and since you're bringing what let's just do our own hair and makeup in. You're very persistent. Well you know what it was. We recently had photos taken and I did my own hair and makeup and I thought I looked fine. I thought I looked good. And then we got the photos back and I was like I guess they did my makeup for like irl life and not not Hitler and not not like photographing life. Yeah and it's different. It's different and it was like you know what this thing is a red carpet. I've never walked red carpet before and our award is getting handed out on the red carpet which they informed us like four days ahead of time. And what if I'm going to be photographed by at least I wanNA feel like I look my best. We are also in the fashion and beauty cat and we were in fashioned beauty category. So I felt like if I showed up with like I don't know bad hair crappy. Makeup people will be like what so I said this in. Kate was sort of like. I don't think so. I don't think we need it. I don't think I'm going to do it and then you came around. I think you saw one of the other nominees getting prepped. Yeah and they looked amazing and I was like what am I thinking. Yeah and then thankfully. I'm glad we did because we got our pictures taken. Yeah we did. It has never happened to me in my life and you know I felt like we looked good. Someone we got our hair done and like actually did my hair and you have like a hairstyle like you were like. This is how I want. I want my hair to look. I know it was exciting. I had a whole theme yet. Had A cat I for the first time great. I felt comfortable and confident. You look MoD. That's what I was kind of going for laud goes into it I also want to say that I wore a spanks body suit which I don't mind body whereabout shape wear. I realize that's this may be controversial but actually Kinda like it. I wore the formerly pregnant. Persons version of shape wear which is huge maternity underwear. Where which sounds very comfortable? It's like super comfortable space and it goes up. Goes all the way up. Didn't you tell me that you would like thought about wearing some sort of like like bodysuit and then you're like fuck this well okay. So I wore address from a brand called Farm Rio which learned about on busy Phillips Instagram. Busy rocks that the farmer they make really beautiful dresses like amazing prints and they had a black Friday sale and so I bought a couple of dresses. The dresses are low. Cut and one of them has an open back so from Rio also sells these body suits that you can wear under the dresses interesting so I bought a couple bodysuits. 'CAUSE I was like I'm not really like a super low cut dress person but then when I was trying on the dress which is like it was like a Kaftan style dress very low cut uniform. Thank you I put on a third love BRA that I hadn't worn since before I got pregnant but it sort sort of fits again and it's a very pretty fuchsia Bra. That kind of went with my dress and it was like peeking out not I wasn't like fully exposed does but it was kind of peeking out and I was like you know what I look good. I'm GONNA wear this without the body. Suit it also had an open back so you could like see my brow which like I historically would never do but I was like who cares and then we were walking in. There was a real housewife walking in front of us. It was STOSKOPF from vendor pumper. I think it was actually I. I think it was Aaron. What's her face went and looked up starseed's outfit and confirmed Nazi? Okay Yeah I was because I I thought I see then I thought it was the other one. Okay now. You're saying it was I looked. I like old. STODGY podcast. She was wearing. I mean to be fair. She's wearing a jeweled exposed bra. It was cool though but she was wearing an exposed for. Yeah and and then I googled. Like broad jewelry. Yeah couldn't find one if anyone has the Intel on Bras I bet she just bought a bejeweled brought like I bet that she bought it is I bet she bought a Bra. That is meant to be exposed. I liked that I thought that was kind of a cool way to like sexy up. Your Bra Strap Straw. Yeah so she did look great So yes so. I wore that dress which was like totally outside my comfort zone but I felt great and I were shoes that I bought when my book came out so that was two and a half years ago. I've hardly worn since they're like these beautiful hot pink mules these like kind of I dunno flower looking things on them. I'm not describing them very well but I got to where those and I felt good and so that was really fun. I also felt really good. I rented address from rent the runway. Yeah and I wore shoes news that I have worn like once that I've always want excuse to wear and I also felt good and I was. I went a little out of my comfort zone getting my hair kind of done up. I've been doing my eye makeup differently and it felt really fun which I think is when we talk about like beauty and beauty culture and all all the stuff like the point of any of it for me I hope is to have fun. Yes like to express full which is one of your words your yeah and that was. I felt that the whole night like I felt like we were ourselves. And we're comfortable. I don't know about you but I felt confident totally I also felt like true to myself and my style. Yes I feel the exact same really cool and also reminded me that like I'm rarely in a position anymore where I have to get dressed up for anything and that sometimes it's really fun to get dressed up.
"kaftan" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Kyle don't they we don't have as a manipulator. We're not gonna say she's not. But like don't act like you're not because today's episode is all about Kyle's grand master scheme. All of it. Yes. We're just going to savor that moment with. Yes. Yes. So then we go back to Erica glam squad. He's like seventy penny. Tau back. Well, the ball of a habit, less Seva. What I'm trying to say is Mava Jonah's inches long. So it's what of liked taken the tunnel in Hatton. Big long shaft to get through it. That's what I'm saying ou Erica. Are you took it too far? And then it cuts to meet with her sad glam squad. They're like, yes. Yes. She's a school. That's in Eric curly hair. Tickle? I like the battling glam squad. Just can't keep up. Exactly. So at least it comes out of her wherever she goes through a door, and she's in her sort of Kaftan ask thing, and she's like, I'm Randy and the myself. Oh that wasn't a job. I was just eating fact you look like a dog named Shuki which I have a picture of radio. Jab jab, jab jab. We don't need to be compared to think Think of of him. the things that dorito like really gets mad at are. So funny to be because still really big things, but she gets mad at really small things. So there's a knock on the door. Hi, how are you up here in the sweet Lisa my favorite person? Let me guide you out the terrorists. Just take a look at that view need to look at the ground. There's nothing on the ground that could possibly get in your way. No you trip on the door frame. Tripped on that door was going to hold everyone about that. Except for you. So or someone knocks on the door, and she's like, I'll get the door and Renna goes with that Steph. Just on the staff. I was like, Kim Richards. Cambridge just go downstairs God. It's terrible. I became for one instance got. Air could comes in and say. Like scorgeous score. Twin tiger PJ. Go ahead. I hope I don't get tangled in your machinations. Get it reference to revamp of Ripon through that was made by Disney several years ago. Get gadget am I getting through material? Tell me be honest seven-day inches loud. If older we could find a bad bad. On the seventy long penis, really. To work up. Yeah..
Michael Jackson's Brother Jermaine Defends Him Over Leaving Neverland Claims
"Yuck. Saint. Yes. And the rachi net. Yeah. In the popcorn in between dips in the ocean, I suppose or Margaritas cozy no wants to go dancing. Feeder swollen for all day. Drinking. You. I think it's true. I think they're having some salty during this swollen. Yeah. No one wants to get ten and go into same parts to one of the little teeny tiny nightclubs. I'm just saying I know of these girls are there sixty five or six oh judger. I'm just saying I just know about the drinking because it's so much fun. When it's here on a yacht. No. You remember all this from your yachting? Just last week for us. I know I know we don't know. She's tired. He's discombobulated snowboard yacht life. Former past experience when she was a Queen. No, I do I feel Oprah's swollen feet. You're a superpower. Oprah swollen feet Gail. Gale and gale son will happy not to be wearing spanks on the news for week. Are you kidding me? They're in. They're still there. Caftans and I watch them. What did they watch again? Watching the Michael Jackson. A four hour documentary. And they said this this is a game changer. It will premiere HBO in the spring. Yeah. Went. We're not. We don't really think it's going to be like that thing. Thing. Change. Everybody's like you're just gonna go boy. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. That's why the Jackson family is getting ahead of the story. While nearly that's all the time.
"kaftan" Discussed on The Moth
"So at one of these parties, a good friend of mine introduced me, this cute, and rather shy gal named Krista. Let on dense with that evening and before the nitrous over at got digits record Becker today's. Not wanting to sound too desperate, a waited for exactly forty eight hours before a called. And we agreed to meet for coffee, right? The comments it ten dollars that neither one of us light coffee. So we bought a teen stead, and we spend much of getting to know each other just talking. About two weeks studied dating and things were a little rocky little shack the beginning. We are transitioning that alecia ships. However, kind of not as that Chris. And I never out of things to say to each other would spend all weekend just sitting together enjoying each other's company. And just being in love, I had that kind of lingering feeling that you know, this could be the one. So about a year let on Krista got funding to go into fieldwork in kept Town, South Africa. Happy for. But I knew this would be quite a big test for young relationship. While she was away would try to best meant in this long distance relationship. These days before Facebook, and what's up? So we try to do as much as you could on Email. So about dismissed on. I got funding to do on food research in my home country. Bob way, a jump opportunity to make a one stop of and Kaftan to see Krista. The union was just as good as I imagined. It to be is two young lovers were happy to be United. We walked around town holding hands. We Giggo and keys as we checked out the mini restaurants in the mini amazing science that kept town has to offer just Lovelace. Krista was renting an apartment in an upscale neighborhood code c point from apartment. You could see the deep blue Atlantic Ocean. In also the distance you could see Robben Island the infamous prison island where Nelson Mandela in few the Muslim black prisoners had been held captive and patterned. Ron with Krista and notice that people ten Iran look at us after it just pass them. Initially just brush this off maybe cultural differences on public display of affection. But after a while it notice head. Boo getting these disapproving stares from once plea or the white people. See I forgot to mention that Krista was white. And I I'm black. And this is only a few years after the end of a bath. So says Africa's too much divided on Russia lines while individual dating was now legal. It was two extremely extremely rare. Khorasan they brushed off this wanted attention, and we even reminisced on how Beckham Ethan. A little bit for ten spray amounts set under the berry -ality. Nobody would look at us. But for the first time, we started to discuss the implications of being in individual relationships. Was in town. Chris told me that she had booked a dentist appointment to get a wisdom teeth pulled out. Remarked that this was not exactly the most romantic thing to do. But it did. Whoa. Come this sign of growing relationship? She wanted me to be there for hair for this, very important medical procedure. On the day of the appointment. Withdraw to downtown kept town where the dentist's office was located in filling in some hip oik, Krista down in in the dentist chair in that set a few fit next to that. With the help of this. The dentists studied Yankin out is more or less out of a mouth. And quite honestly, if you take away the white lab coats in the stainless steel utensils. Tools, whatever the use this loop straight out of medieval times, very primitive. Just wouldn't be were studying stitch-up at gums Christmas that into mumble something she was awake..
"kaftan" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"This is straight, talk with Ross. Mathews back to the welcome that welcome and checking new check one, three, four, welcome back to the. We were in pump springs kissed ki ki accused by the sun very sunkissed. Favorite moments. There was a fancy night went and got pedicure together. Blackballed may from Ross's his nails on spring, dropped everything up to to can to can. What was it was the brightest, orient? No positive shattered. Well, luckily I didn't go to kicked out from. We went to. We hadn't been there. Before CJ, but it was sitting there king. It's an audio program. He's like, nodding back this year. So we, we go to go to a pedicure and we're sitting there and we're getting our feet. I'll love that right Pedic and everyone just play nice. It's a Monday morning. Ars and in walks this woman, this little woman. Kinda elderly fabulous lover goalie. Michelle, you picture just matching from the rotor to the Tudor. I love that just match up. First thing I noticed rings on every finger Liberace. Yeah, Karachi. So I'll tell you, so we sit and we start talking games Pat and we started talking. She's eighty five and she has a sassy and opinionated I go, I'm Ross. And then to Fags they go, this is you can call them whatever you want. Call him Judy, and she goes, we'll. Oh, like that. So we started talking talking about thirty minutes talking. She's making us laugh. So hard like Pat is so funny just about immediately lover. She's I'm an artist, you know, I'm like, oh, my God will flaxseeds and artists. They start showing each other things. She goes, you should come to my condo and see my art. Sometime we go. What are you doing in like an hour. So we went to her and she showed us this. I'm showing the picture you You got got. on on. Hello, Russ pod. Okay. I cannot tell you that pass like, no, I know that's Pat is must bear it animal. She is. Is a groper MRs Roper so they showed up an hour later. She had changed into sparkly sandals. Kaftan full face. They give you walked out of her condo to meet us on the street in that with the wind blows. Okay. I'm going to set the scene another going to post the picture, but she is in this gorgeous yummy like tangerine mates, hot pink, caftan, and Ross wasn't kidding. The rings aren't just rings. She looks like she robbed like an antique Indian. Turquoise and silver says she sleeps in them. She never takes them off. So she so we're looking at the pains and I go love this one..
"kaftan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Picked Radiohead Doug Grammy. Danny. That's why I hadn't sinked too. Ninety eight degrees. On my phone. I should've known the backstreet boys came out like ninety. That's when it came on one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. Overseas. That's what got me. I'm like instinct is from did you I said this in nineteen ninety eight this mega group Mark their first release in the United States with this single not only that. In sync Timberlake, that's Timberlake. That's his. You guys don't worry about another five five team. You know, your sister. Three straight ties. Yeah. Three straight ties. Yeah. He asked the first one I looked at your come. Hey, we missed the baseball question. Yeah. I forgot about the Diamondbacks. I said I thought it was a trick question to Milwaukee. Switching leagues I said. That's not what he said he said expansion team. But we were running out of time we had to guess, right? So we got Tampa in Milwaukee. We passed initially when we got it. Zona totally forgot it just trying to remember it pulled Jon garland, I pull that right out of my head Carmen had you get your own Walton. Yeah. Of course, of course. Walden Sanders, and why the numbers twenty s I think would have been easy. Billy SIMS question. Number twenty two. Thank you. Troy. You have to go. Yeah. A miata here. Hawks coverage. Yeah. Driving in a car now. I did. Yeah. And you interviewing people when you're driving into Chevys demanding. Comedians in cars, you got your own cars. Paid the big bonuses over there. Thinking of those ideas, there's no original ideas anymore. Chevy's paying for this. So. Fantastic. I see you over there later else. Yes. I will see you either got a job. Nice. Nice. The friends Kaftan. Show that is on for. See that show. Show. Now, of course, Chandler. Even it's still in syndication. I've watched it. Early on the first couple of years, but I watched it a lot but one myself. I didn't only Bruno to my head. I just only Bruno what I missed. I watched all over again. Did you? It's on as much as Seinfeld. Times in a row they made a fortune. This is ESPN one thousand w MVP AM Chicago, you say there was the death of TV, though, the friends they all went to reality shows because they don't want to pay actors anymore. That's why you get all that reality. Right. Honey, boo. Boo. Yes. Pat have a great day, buddy. So Jordan Howard left upset after the forty eight ten win over Tampa. Although he said he's cool now yesterday he said, no, I'm cool whatever's best for the team matinee he said, look, we're going to be days. It's not gonna work out. Because of whatever the scheme is do you believe Jordan Howard is the long-term fit with the bears as a belco running back or this scheme doesn't fit him. What's abell? Cal running back definition of that first minimum twenty carries a game. Don't running back and its cargo bears with this type of offense is going to have twenty carries a game. So the bell cow position at running back doesn't fit with the Chicago Bears periods. Your answer is no because the position doesn't fit here which bears were you surprised to hear? Did you hear what I made was with you guys Schefter said they would. If they rescinded tag for bell, all the Pittsburgh is going to be do if he leaves the free agency is the third round supplemental pick at the end of the third round. Right. He goes. So if anybody wanted to give them their third rounder that might be a little bit higher. That's probably what the going cost would be. Yeah. And he said, I'm the Airways. I think we were talking. Not really. It's an older running back. If they traded Jordan Howard to the Philadelphia Eagles because they lost JJ. What do you think they could get back late fourth early? I'd say any what they had with their draft equity. Look like fifth or six. Okay. If Philly called you today said, hey, we'll give you a four. We want Jordan Howard. We said, no, thank you. No. Thank you. We'll keep them. He's he's fine with us. Pointing to trading him. Really like there is no point at trading. See no position to demand anything. Right. That's what I mean. I mean, he's going to cry. And he's going to do what he wants because he wants to ball more. The offense is going to dictate who gets the ball when they get it when they need to run when they don't need to run he gets in. And whenever his personal grouping is called you'll be in the game. If he gets the call then he gets to carry it. If he doesn't too bad for him. I mean there can't care about individuals even when they moan and complain. The defense sometimes dictates what you're gonna do. And where the ball's gonna go Taylor Taylor. Gabriel gets all those catches led two weeks ago. It's because the defense was going to say, hey, I want this guy to beat us. And guess what he did up to some point Taylor. Gabriel himself one of the game. They're probably best when their to their top two running backs are to record Jordan Howard. So why would you I mean? He'll just have to accept it and deal with it. And it sounds like you will. And if he does really. The NFL. He's not in a position demand. Go anywhere. What you wanna go someplace go to the bench sit about think about it for a while. That's where you can go. And it's you know, it's they don't care position when Jordan Howard time when when his contract is up here he'll move on. Wants to get paid. And if he wants to move someplace else to the way, it is that's the position, but you don't have to give them away. I mean, you're you have to tell Jordan Howard. We want you part of our team. He's got. I mean, and he's not gonna cause a stinky his third year. This is his. Roundtrip fifth round draft choice since two years contracts, usually so he theoretically, he'll be a restricted free agent at the end of the year. That's probably right. It's one hundred percent. I believe that is also he's got no power anyway offer, and they won't have to really do anything. He's restricted right. That's where I mean, he can go and get the offer from. You can go out get an offer and the bears from offering somebody wants to pay an inordinate amount of money. Good for you. Don't let them go boys running back getting devalue is that getting devalued so always been devalued. It's now starting to kind of swing the other way where girlies getting paid. You know, there's a couple of other guys that are getting paid right now at the running back position, but add swung pendulum had swung along way. I mean, who's got big time money, you know, lady wants it. He'll probably get it from hitting on the franchise. Eighty dollars a year. I agree. Yeah. But I mean girly got picked early got paid. You know, you figure at some point. We'll get paid probably by do. They made a mistake doing Kareem hunt. They'll get paid again. A guy. Probably I don't know about cream on in that system. David johnson. Just got paid Johnson got paid right boy. And you know, he like he found the end zone twice. But there he's having a tough time getting chunk yardage that offense is so bad. They can't really get him going. You know? I mean, it's. So much is predicated on what's happening around you too. When you're a great running back. I mean, we all dependent upon your outfits. Really are. I mean with the elected or not only one guy wasn't dependent upon an offensive line. And that was Sperry Sanders. Barry Sanders can make something out of nothing. Now there were times where even when he tried to make something out of nothing he had a negative yardage run. Because the offense in front of him was not that great, and you can have two great guys on your team like Lomas Brown, Kevin Glover. But if the other three are old, you know, kind of veteran play Bill Froehlich when he played for the Detroit Lions was old. You know, he was no spring chicken. Ed Bowen's one of the guard. He's gonna pay was young player. Yeah. Froehlich with the pit Boland's went to Nebraska Wesleyan. And then they had a right tackle kit out of Purdue that played out there. But he wasn't as good as the other two where did Froehlich make his Atlanta Falcons Calkins? Right. Yeah. Thought the Atlanta Falcons had a pretty good group. There's wasn't over before. He got a pretty good offense. Why back in the day was who did you say covert? Jim pittsburgh. Jimbo covert. Said JIMBO covert Markman them guys. That's pretty good. Pretty good offensive line down there. Yeah. Solid growth is just going to have to deal with it. And I'm sure you will be l Robinson crying about somebody else. Catching a lot of balls of the team. What's come double team, Allen Roberts? Guess what? L Robinson doesn't have the skill to get away from one guy to create so much distance. If they double team, which nobody ever would. But if they decided to Alan Robinson's walking out of the game with zero catches, and if he doesn't like any wasn't targeted that day the defense decided to take you away. They wanna take your way. They can maybe there's nothing you can complain about. Maybe he's a bigger part of the offense this week to you never know what the game how the game goes in. What what the complaining was for? It was trying to become a bigger part of the. Maybe we talked about Cohen only getting the ball five times game. Was that enough? This is a game though, the bear should win. Yeah. Horse. Agreed. You only difficult thing is you're going down in the heat. Now, you got a couple of days in the eighties. You get the practice. So which is good. It's all right. But if it had been in the fifties here for two straight weeks, your body acclimates itself to the cooler temperatures. And then you go down play eighty degree, humid, weather that had been melting out there. Coloma would have been standing up and walking on some of his pass rushes. That's how tiring again. Temp in Miami on Sunday, probably eighty right? I mean. Eighty five degrees. Still this time. If it's in the seventy s eighty six possible thunderstorms, still in Miami Heat comes out of the ground man that they need comes out of the ground. When you walk. You could feel the heat coming out of the ground there of that's the only thing I'd be how long were you down there? I was in Miami one years in Jacksonville for three. So I know what that Florida humidity is like Pittsburgh used to come down. And you'd go into their locker room afterward the visiting team's locker room. It looks like a triage unit in they'd have hangars hangar where they were keeping all the IV's put them above the players show a trip into their the guys were exhausted. They were dehydrated cramping up all over the place. I remember like in two thousand ten or twenty eleven whenever it was the second year Jerry world and the bears played down there in your. I went with listeners it was week too. So you know, what it's the second week in September. And it was like ninety seven in Dallas that we you know. I bears. Get pummeled. Game the bears won. I'm like, and I'm thinking God this Mike tailgating out in this is miserable. You're over the open flame with the humidity. It'd be like one hundred five degrees in September and Dallas. And it's like, oh, I would not like them. Stay inside them. Imagine the middle of the summer..
"kaftan" Discussed on WTVN
"This is the Glenn Beck program. We have so much to discuss. And literally so little time. I can't believe that three hours. We can't get it all done, but we can't world is very very complex. And there are many stories that are coming together. Let me go back to Robert Spencer. He is a guy who is. Who is being platform d-? He is he is being deployed formed with financial services as well. Mastercard will not do business with anyone who does business with him. It's really truly frightening. This is worse than the McCarthy era. This is the guy who is a scholar who wrote the history of jihad he is somebody who is very buttoned up, you may not agree with him. But you have to know history before you start to make claims have you read his work, or you just need jerk reaction here. He is on the the treatment. He receives at universities. The last chapters called the the west loses the will to live, and it is all about how our response to nine eleven and Sarah. Couldn't take cut four please cut for. I was speaking last year at the university at buffalo, but I really didn't speak. I just got yelled at for an hour and a half. And I was standing there and every now, and then I would say something, but most of the time they were just yelling too loud. I couldn't say anything, but that was the young man in the audience. He had a sign said queers against Islamaphobia. And so I had a manual of Islamic law with me certified by Allah's har-, the foremost institution in Sydney Islam, where Barack Obama went to give his outreach speech to the Muslim world in two thousand nine and I opened it up, and I started to read about how the homosexual should be killed should be put to death both him who gives and who who receives the whole thing. Very set out the whole place started to boo boo, boo. And I held up the book is he you think I wrote this. You think this comes from me? And a young man came over and Koufi Kaftan with the beard, and he hugged the queers against Islamaphobia guide. And so this is my best friend. And I said, look, I didn't originate these laws gays are being killed put to death in Iran in Saudi Arabia in the ISIS domains elsewhere, anywhere sharia, listen, here's a guy, you could hear that whole interview. It's fascinating. And I highly recommend it. In fact, I would I don't even know if you can do this. But I burn it to DVD. I highly recommend it you listen to this this guy and make your own mind up, but do your own homework. Find out why you disagree with him. It will make you stronger either way. So he's been silenced. Now, we know that Google through some smuggled video these guys think that I mean, they just are terrified of America. In fact, please play the Google executive on the move to Canada. This is Eileen not. She is the vice president of people operations at Google. The second question is around internal mobility. Can I move to Canada?.
"kaftan" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"You told me that you'll more than just a Kaftan, but maybe some style style lessons by about for cat. So all right, fifth, you I can't by law. Okay, I love that. Not. Maybe you could donate lots shift life's lessons. I was gonna say, cat a lot to charity as well. In fact, I'm wearing a Livin shirt right now, so we are supporters of fantastic charities. I'm sure Nikki I'll happily donate a magic trick to to do a cost of magic just for them. Okay, sounds good. Sounds good. This gets better and better every every week. So I will continue to shake down Al guests. And next week's guest guys is going to be the lovely Tessa from season into. So I kinda like to shake head down and see what she can offer today, hamper. Before we get to, I've got a little game for you. Got a fantastic little game that I would like to play, and I would like to introduce you to the fantastic gain that Shannon has credited and I have Todd, have you got the urge the tumor. What do you think of the name. Love it. So I think probably very good that I love it. Okay. So guys, what we are going to do it is going to be a true that, oh, between we need a name, is that like bluffing rump or something like that? What is that life. This rump now you'll rump. Flow that says. I'm just imagining I've just imagining in his rump in these little sift lifesaving speeders scam or like that is not. I'm vigilant. I want say he your bluff because. You like to lie, let get in there and you know you said you were going to be, you said you you, this is why you're bluffing because you said you were going to be main to Matt, and you've only been NAS, and I feel like he sold me a Bill of goods. If blocked me, you blocked me to get on the podcast. Not feeling very well. Godly real art only had you onto the. I would have another person here to be maintained. MAC, come on like a Nilo Khachigian, but then you and then you go me off side. Is that what happened? Is that. Well, bluffing rump, this is what we are going to do. We are going to play a little game about the history of the merge and the first emerge episodes of survivor by Australian and American survivor. So I cannot cannot wait to see you guys crash and burn in this quiz. So Shannon, the lovely, terrible, the lovely Shannon gates has helped me collide some questions and it'll be one at a time. You will get a question. It'll be the best out of ten questions here so we can we've done into do all ten, the best out of seven. Let's see how we go. I got ten because I'm wide. Some of you won't get any of these, but let's give it a guy piddle at Hymie comply along sir. Not you are up. I are. You ready? Okay. Now you've got a time limit because I don't want anyone get potentially googling him. So Matt, I quit. I don't say it would maybe give the chance to steal. Okay. All right. So Matt, you're out I, I question what was last year's Australian survivor so season to what was the merge tribe name. Matty's Lincoln and I believe is going to give him a chance to answer I, Matt, I barely remember what tribe name was. Wasn't as was us was faith. They just. There was I, it was done..
"kaftan" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Was it two years ago is playing what looks to be his wife? And I was like, oh, she's very young. But in fact, that is accurate to Robert. The BRUCE'S life as far as people are aware of it that he had a wife. It was significantly younger than him. I believe the age difference between her and pine is fifteen years, and actually it was more for the real rubbers. So that was kind of. One thing that I initially stuck out to me as like a kind of alarm bell in the trailer. And then the other alarm bell, which was the accent kind of doesn't really arrive. I mean, you hear just a little bit of it, like you said, Jamina I'm still cautiously optimistic about it. This is a reunion between him and David McKenzie who directed him in hell or high water, and that movie a best picture nomination. Even though it didn't do much for for spina himself. I mean, I think he's MacKenzie has enough of a tracker and do not necessarily with historic Scottish epics that I feel like there's some reason for faith in this opening night from Toronto can sometimes be good and sometimes bad. It's really hard to tell your year to learn much from that. But I as a fan of Chris pine, someone who thought like you really stood out in wonder, woman. I want to give him the chance to put on the chain mail and run around on his cottage more. And then hopefully also where the Kaftan that you share JoAnne from that vacation photo which God love my hope. He's having a great vacation. I do think it is funny this impulse in certain derail. Well, straight male directors and. Electors to like once they get a little bit attraction there like, all right, I'm going to be like my tough period piece like, you know, like this is not the most like original idea for movie. It's like, okay, we've seen. I mean, we've all we've seen Braveheart like whatever. It's a little disappointing actually in a way because I think the teller high water was a really interesting collaboration between these two people that like they went. This kind of traditional route I think is is putting me off a bit. But again, I remain optimistic Katie. You and I will be at the first screening of it at Toronto history unfolding before our week. So we'll have more to say on it. But I again, Chris chainmail mud. I'm I'm not mad about that aspect and in the movie will be on Netflix on November ninth. So it's going to it's an interesting word. We're, Netflix has some major players in ways they haven't in years past and the movies will be available to everyone pretty quickly. We were talking about this in also in the meeting. Yesterday we're talking about this film as as a return for. For Dave MacKenzie Heller. I wanna director in sort of return for like berry Jacobs has another project year lake sort of this all the people who are in the conversation two years ago or back with their next project, sort of the thesis. What's funny is that like I still to this day, I don't know why think of hell or high water as Taylor Sheridan film dealer shared and was a screenwriter guy has a real staying power as a screenwriter. It's impressive. Yeah. And he's like, you know, he he went on to write and direct win river, which I actually I did quite like wind up liking. I watch it at home, but I quite liked it. Like, you know, he wrote Sicario and so I think whatever it was that was in hell or high water. I don't want to bury David McKenzie, but I think a lot of it had to do with dealer Sheridan who's obviously like not at all interested in Scottish Laird since I was not writing this particular project. So like it doesn't feel like, why does this feel at all, like hell or high water?.
"kaftan" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"What's a movie, what our TV shows I forget. How was your time running that hotel that island in grace was? Did you allow singing you should see my tan, my hair is now currently and blonde, even though it never was before. It was pretty amazing. Pierce Brosnan I will be living happily ever after. Thank you. Is it a nightly? Do it with Meryl Streep, ghost or or how does that work? No, it's once a week to keep it really special. Okay. Great. Yeah, yeah, the tourists love it, right. It's the best best attraction on the island fewer listener to all of our Vanity. Fair podcast. And you've heard plenty of Richard and Joanna, both because sharp object season has been going on tremendously on still watching, which I guess this. This week's finale. Right? So it'll be the end of the show projects. Yeah. Era Nomar moving at the end of still watching not the end, so watching for sure, but no, no more hog heats no more to buck remix. I'll have to look forward to the next generation, frankly, no more. Pretending that I don't know the end of something. The individual episodes before we get to the spoiler section, it's just like, oh, gee, I wonder what this could mean. I know join, I have both read the book. We both know what's happening. I look forward to the full disclosure, finale episode you got, here's what we've been hiding from you this whole time. So let's talk about movies because it is the end of summer and we are right on the verge of festival season as we keep talking about and as evidenced by a bunch of the trailers and previews that are coming out right now. And there's also some Giffen theaters, some smaller things that we will get to talking about the we're also planning to kind of look back at the summer that was from the giant blockbusters to the any successes to Mr. Rogers being a big box office draw this year. There's a lot to catch up on, but real quick beginning starting the episode trailers tradition. I want to talk about the trailer for the outlaw cameras, outlaw king that dropped yesterday. It's from Netflix. It's going to be the opening night film in Toronto and to someone who recently shared a photo of Chris pine wearing a caftan. I feel like you might be the person talk about what what this tells us about Chris pine and his possible rising Chris status. I'm a little worried about it to be honest with you, and I was glad to. Read a little Hollywood meeting yesterday Hollywood meeting, and I was glad to hear that. It wasn't the only one who noticed that Chris pine barely speaks in the trailer and the and the reason I noticed that is this is this is a obviously a Scottish period piece. He plays a Robert, the Bruce like this very important historical figure. You might remember from the film Braveheart and I was waiting on tenterhooks the whole trailer like what does Chris pine Scottish accent sound like? And they like, keep you in suspense and you hear Katie riches favorite game of thrones actor. Stephen dillane. You hear, Tony Curran, you hear all these other people and then finally correspond us here like a few clipped little phrases and I'm like, I think they're hiding a bad accent. And like I personally get really distracted by about accent. And so other people don't care as much. But like I'm the person who still sort of winces when Peter English socks on game of thrones. So. I think that's hike. It could be bad news for our friend, Chris, though he looks great and I love him and I think he can carry it dramatically. I'm little worried about this particular stumbling block. I did a little research on Robert, the Bruce Joanna. I'm not going to attempt to the Burr Scottish Burr. I just thought it would show people what a bad Scottish accent sounds like before I started making fun of Chris pines, don't denigrate your work as the film's dialect coach. I know you worked really hard at that. So don't tell yourself short because I was a little put off by the fact that Florence Pugh who is this great actress who burst onto the scene last year?.
"kaftan" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"So it's always by like the dollar island, the target should get more respect. Yes. So tell me their love story on the dramatic. Storytime this. This is how much of it I can remember from what she told us when she started dating him, she sank. Well. We met on Tinder, and he came over and he was swearing jogging pants. And he had this like huge Boehner and his jogging pants ten. Here grab with a bone. In jogging paths with a boater, and they've been together ever since. Modern love God. That is some food court. Love right there. Really. Wow, that both like scintillating and also deeply depressing. That is some Glendale Galleria, food court, Sabar Leverett there. I love to have the like this season on shot of sunset, and then it showed her at her wedding like tripping and falling on a dog. And I was like, okay, I'm in. It had me every beat of that preview. I was like, yes, yes, yes, women, I passed away. She put it in the freezer because she wasn't ready to let go. I mean, that's where we're at. That's what you do. I have one. My cats at our once at my mom's cats. One of them died in the cats at our put her in the freezer. I feel for you trusting those, I feel for you. So basically just packing and cheap destiny is at the store and they're like, sixteen ninety five for these ski pants. And she's like, no, I on the people's couch, Kate, I come from people's couch money. Do you have anything for ten dollars. Was it sixteen ninety? Five lakes, sixteen dollars? I thought it was like sixteen hundred dollars. Do people pay that for ski pants? I don't know. Like I think ski quiz are expensive. Sometimes it's the Shah's I thought they were glamorous and they were shopping only. I think that you have been hoodwinked. It sounds like it because I don't think anybody's very rich, but they always talk about how rich they are, but I think it's like Taylor Armstrong, rich as opposed to a dreamily Fritsch. Okay. I love at timing very easily full. I am too, like I believe everything. So then we see adamant Raza over at their condo at Raza's condo, resolute loves Chevron. That's what you need to know about him Chevron, the Chevron pattern. Yeah, Adam lives free balling. He loves people who don't wear underwear like, that's his turn on. The end Itami. Yes, it was the reason they're always nice to tell me. Resumes also the when he tries to ruin someone's life every year. Okay. Who did Hebron whose life has he ruined previously? Well, go last well last year was also guys why she's not on the show anymore. He liked turned against us and not on the show anymore. Never she? They showed her in the beginning. So I think she's going to be a friend of like, probably she went seen knowing her. It'll be like we're gonna shoot the scene into my store, babe Kaftan store like she opened a Kaftan business and had a baby. Okay. She had a bastard baby. I saw those clips. Great. Germaine Jackson is her guy now, and he refuses to be on the show. So they only so the back of his head and pictures and stuff. You part of the Jackson family? Yeah. Did it, right? Yeah. I mean, they went to Beverly Hills high together, which is how everybody on this show knows each other. Okay. So that's his backstory way before going. Nessa was MJ. He turned on 'em j. one year and he turned on lily one of his other friends, and he doesn't just turn on them. He like really just digs and tries to ruin them like he's nasty, toxic, toxic, gay? Yes, he's the toxic just human being. But yes, especially for the gays amongst the gays, gay deduct city and the gay life. I in the gay personality. What would you call it? Like beckstrom. Yes, spectrum. Thank you. Can't be high anyway for still getting pass a lot of traumas, everybody. Okay. And I'm not saying everybody, but we all know drew his is off the charts. Yeah, because didn't he?.
"kaftan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is fresh air i'm terry gross let's get back to my interview with andre leon talley who spent most of his career at vogue magazine as fashion news director creative director and editor at large the new documentary the gospel according to andrei looks back on his life and tells the story of how he made a place for himself in the international fashion world after growing up in durham north carolina in the jim crow era so one of your contributions in terms of personal style to fashion is your capes and your caftans how did you start wearing them and i should say these are not ordinary capes these are like amazingly designed like sometimes out of for and just thought out and processed with the great class worldclass sinus well when i went to marrakesh and saw that the men in north africa america should walked around in kaftan shirts and loose clip fitting clothes all day every day they woke up they put on their long sleeved to the floor ankle shirts to the floor they had caftans and this is the indigenous stress of the black man in marrakesh and this is i decided i wanted to be like that i want to wear that instead of a suit because it's comfortable you're ventilated your roomie your cozy and you can just stretch and i'm not a tall stick anymore i'm a big big guy of great girth and people think i've looked like maybe my clothes on look at important but i have taken great time in fittings for my capes and kaftans made by the great designers so i will continue to where these things to the rest of my life.
"kaftan" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"Exactly and not to say that men as a sex are these selfish people i mean it's been modeled to them by the i think is one hundred percents socialization exactly exactly so it's not like we're here saying oh menu horrible what they know it's how they've grown up it's what they've seen on the media what they've heard from parents and people around them and other men but yeah we have to bear the load for sure yes of course and i actually i wrote a post about this i wrote a post about this a while back and i'll link up to it on podcast dot com but i talked about how we are this weird feminist sandwich generation where you know a lot of the guys were married to they wanna be egalitarian they wanna be feminist they wanna share the load but they didn't wash their dads do it yes and they're kind of now and learning how to eat right trim you know we we default to what we know we default to what was modeled unless we try really hard to do different and so i think it's really hard for a lot of men because things are not on their radar so true and then raised for it to be on their radar in how yeah it's tough it's tough on both sides because even it is the men that have become aware of this it's a hard it's a hard thing to completely have to chain changes everything not just the way i think but your lifestyle everything and i think we have many decades to go before we even get close to some sort of equality when it comes to this i know ever happen.
"kaftan" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"It's when she was younger i mean we did them but it was really difficult for me i have like a small group of friends that i trust and i feel comfortable around and then on the other hand i can go to work or into a place where i can turn it on i think you and i are very similar in that way it's very any graham type three social chameleons we kind of can morph into what situation we're in but it's very taxing on me so they're definitely been times that maybe we skipped a birthday party because honestly i just could not walk into that room and be around twenty five people that i don't know and i do feel guilty about that now most of the time i i you know i bite my bottom lip and i just do it and you know my big girl panties on and let's go do this but there are times that i do like no let's not do that and it's really just because i don't want to do it completely oh completely yeah i have those moments of mom guilt i have been feeling guilty lately because my eight year old is just she's in a weird place of just being very of spazzy and she talks a ton and she like we'll talk in this baby voice or she'll talk in the surpassed voice and she'll just talk nonstop and i just want her to stop and then i put guilty like what what do i want my child to stop talking to me well our our little ones are about the same age.
"kaftan" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"For me well we both are gluten free actually and i know you've done the whole thirty in the past so being able to find delicious recipes that meet my dietary needs is so so great they had this one huge smokey paprika chicken lakes and it's with a trio of roasted vegetables i do i do is instead but it is so delicious and it's just so nice to be able to find recipes that i know are going to be compliant with what i'm doing at the time you know yeah exactly i mean anyone who's wanting to do you know a paleo or whole thirty this is a great option but it's just a great option for anybody especially if you struggle with meal planning so the founder alison is giving our listeners a free two week trial to check it out so you can go to prep dish dot com slash selfie for this deal again it's prep dish dot com slash selfie for two weeks of prep dish for free okay so back into the mom guilt i haven't got into them i know all right let's go into mom guilt let's talk about mom guilt i just i have to say and i maybe i am just the minority here i have many feelings in regards to my children i joy in happiness and sadness and longing and lots of anxiety but i'm going to be honest i don't feel super guilty guilt is not an emotion i feel very often with my children is that weird really know.
"kaftan" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"Yes in he's you know has been at home with my son for the last week in that's completely normal thing in our world he was in uganda yet last month for two weeks and so anyway that's good 'cause do the tour i love it we'll check van mommy go thank you so much for joining us for having both of you guys e k dot com s e k o designs designed on yeah check it out forget fat and you google uganda sandals there's not too many of us that's the hack wrote for how you can rabbit trail back to us on the internet thank you so much for having me liz so i think we should talk a little bit more about mom guilt because this is an interesting topic let's take a quick break and talk about a sponsor and then we're gonna talk more about mom guilt so we have a great sponsor this week we certainly do this is another timesaver guys we're always looking for the time savers but i we really think you're going to enjoy this one i don't know if any of you have heard of prep dish but as a sensually a healthy subscription based meal planning service and what happens is when you sign up you'll receive an email every week with a grocery list and instructions for prepping your meals ahead of time which is huge it's huge we actually talked about that very thing last week and what i love about this because i completely fail at mill at meal planning is really really hard for me and so all this takes is a couple of hours prepping the first week and then you have all your meals ready for the whole week it's a huge timesaver it saves on that five pm rush and the meals are really good they also have choices of gluten free options dairy free options and even paleo meals which is so cool.
"kaftan" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"Not like a lifestyle like action little star yeah now so anyway on the road let's say yes i the word i dream come true y'all have tan anti mom or we just have to we have to create space and permission for women like us and even women there fulltime saint homes still live in this like totally just have to say who are you created to be and if you are on the path to becoming more of that let's celebrate that and and if you last thought if you are not going to say that about a man like no johnny go there isn't gone these panels and y'all i have gotten fierce about this business panels i'll be one of five or six guys starting you know startups or entrepreneurs and when i get the work life balance question immediately i i'd love to defer to my male colleagues i'd love to know how you jonathan deal with work life balance you know just like your kids when you went on your trip yeah so anyway i tell us firing it's just if you're not going to ask a man about it like don't ask a woman about or vice versa maybe it would actually be healthier press start asking men that more right 'cause i work i am not someone who was like korea korea i don't care about my family i'm very like pretty big in really intentional dreams about my family life and what i want for them in our family culture and i see my family as a startup in some ways of like what are we about once valium what's our mission statement and how are we how are we evolving in that lay in the same way that i think about my business and so i think they're both really important but if it's important it's as important for my husband right as it is for me in him as an entrepreneur in business owner should be just as concerned in questioned about like his involvement and luckily i'm married a feminist in that helps things a lot.
"kaftan" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"A bit domestically travel internationally i left him internationally for the first time when he was like ten months old i was still breastfeeding at the time in spun i've done humped i who weeks will we what was i thinking my electric pump blue a night one but don't worry i'm smart i have a backup hand bump which sucks anyway that the roque y'all by the end of the trip i am literal i'm leading a trip of twelve of our saco fellows which are the women that sell the product and a lot of them this is their first time in africa and we're having this great experience i'm like literally like hang on guys in the bush like on the side road like hand expressing my breast milk into the nile were like when they lack glue by the end of it anyway i probably wouldn't do that part again but i felt so many big emotions about leaving him and i realized that not a single one of them was guilt and i just wonder how often women assume they're like i feel a negative emotion maybe that sadness maybe that's longing maybe that's like i'm gonna miss my kid and or maybe it's anxiety about going to happen when i'm gone there's just so we're such complex emotional beings and it's so sad to me that i feel like so many women have basically come down to like either feel great and i feel happy ortho mom guilt and instead of being like maybe i feel several different complex emotions at once and for me that was so grateful to have a job that i feel so created for and this is my purpose and this is my passion and i get to bring these twelve other women into this amazing experience and be back in this place where i just truly feel i'm so when people like oh bless you for going east africa like kidding it's where my spirit is just like a live it's like the wild west and we get to create and we get to try and we get the iterating it's just like i feel so alive there and so to be back in that space after having gone through this journey of motherhood dreaming about bringing my son into that sunday that he has sixty aunties in uganda who are already obsessed with him and that's going to be a part of his global family.