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Time captured in a capsule

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:56 min | Last month

Time captured in a capsule

"Welcome to catch Miss Mysteries I'm your host kid crumb today despite the fact that we have so many things going on with the corona virus, the economy just around the world kind of an upheaval I thought it would be interesting to look back at how people thought. This might look at long ago and will address time capsules according to the International Time Capsule Society Around fifteen thousand time capsules worldwide a time capsule could be a box, a bottle, literally a metal capsule, as often as time capsules contain letters and newspaper. Clippings about significant events, they also may contain letters and pictures created by children. Often school will bury a time capsule students ideas about what the future will be like some time capsules are meant to be opened fifty years but most have notes on the outside of the container asking that adopt be opened until a specific date. The oldest time capsule in the United. States was created by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams and is believed to have been buried in seventeen ninety five making the oldest known time capsule in the United. States. Time capsules have been discovered, but most have been purposefully dug up and open to time capsules out of Japan contain remnants survivors many time capsules are simply intended to show what was going on when they were buried in an area of Germany where German SS were trained time capsules beneath the floor refilled with Nazi Paraphernalia, including pictures of Hitler and two copies of his book Mein Kampf. Then there was a surprise time capsule discovered in plain sight at the American Legion post seventy six that had been sitting in. The lobby when they decided to fasten it down for safety sake, they discovered that it was possible time capsule from nineteen, thirty four but someone else have discovered earlier and left a note that stated simply thanks for the brandy note was tucked inside an empty brandy bottle many schools created time capsules usually elementary grades usually with the idea that in fifty years, most of the children are still in the area would appreciate the contents when the capsule was open fifty years later in the nineteen fifties, most children wrote about flying. And rocket ships by the nineteen sixties letters are about pollution becoming president demolition crews Albuquerque New Mexico, discovered a time capsule from Nineteen Sixty eight nearer former elementary school. Most of the children wrote about their favourite TV show but Greg Lee young men left a different kind of note, I'm dead. I. Go to Montgomery School that is the old school name I was born nineteen hundred you auto and I'm reading this directly. That's why it sounds kind of funny auto now no, I'm dead my favorite subject is spooking the police I play the guitar case you don't know what it is. It is supported with strings on him I am ten years old seal later savages. Greg Hat Morbid nature the most unusual time capsule. Now, certainly concerned a prophecy came true the capsule was a metal ammo box pulled from the foundation of a building all it was left of burned out logs ghost town of climax located in the southern Cascade Mountain range the child's printing dated nineteen forty eight described a town on British Columbia's North Coast that would boom in nineteen seventy nine with over a thousand residents but would become completely deserted by nineteen eighty two in the note he stated that the town would be as modern. As any community of that decade he ended with a comment that even after the town was completely deserted, it would still have electricity for thirty years underneath the date you printed his his name Philip Simon follow by grade three, Mrs Sims class for decades. The notes from the time capsule found climax collected dust in a police archive. The department hired a new officer who was given the assignment cleaning out the back room including the archives when he came to the letters from the time capsule, he page through them until he came to fill. The officer had grown up in Khazal. And had vivid memories of his family moving out of the town in nineteen eighty search on the station's computer revealed that indeed Kissel had ended up deserted by nineteen eighty two yet retained power lines for thirty years when officers searched the Internet for the author Philip Simon was not to be found nor could he locate any school in the area that was around in nineteen forty eight with a teacher with the last name of Sims.

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Investing in Voice - Yannick Oswald, Mangrove Capital

The Voice Tech Podcast

04:45 min | 3 months ago

Investing in Voice - Yannick Oswald, Mangrove Capital

"Had a chance to really talk about voice dot at funding before. and familiar nego very interesting. Take on it as well one of the ambassadors for the voice I movement in the funding world. Maybe kick off by just telling us a little bit more about Mangrove I gave the intro that but tell us. What kind of things did you get involved in the the clients in the deals? He'd be doing recently mortgage from that. So. We Peeing Stage Venture Fund. A. Little bit specialists that we have always two hundred million funds, but we have very concentrated portfolio, so we do around. Thirty investments, meaning sixty seventy dozens purpose. And we always believed meaning. We get in very early and we on active cheerleader if Pronounce. And we have data handled so review, so we're going down with the doper -tunities. Investment checks the. Half a million up to five ISH Huffman up to five million, so this is seed funding on it as a stage code precede as well, do you do both of those you say early stage you could clarify the difference between those and you guys lie on that. Yeah, we don't really kissel much work. At the moment being put on the rounds. TAME Long thirty percent. Meaning as a product out there, people. We don't cast much rather is the and do that? It descend bit more. Odious. Companies has revenues and the stage where. You. Go Raisin. Yeah right right excellent, and what part of your portfolio is comprised by voice technology companies in particular. You guys focus exclusively on that a new interest for you, so it's getting your interest I think we actually stop it looking at the space, the ALF. Ago. Since then we've done one investment in staged company called. See Better in Paris. Essentially pump needed to reinvent entertainment by beating rebate access to high-end. Brilliant way we can dig into that a little bit and a second in general. What's the feeling in the investment community? You guys one of the earliest thing you really leading the charge on this or the other firms that are now dipping their toe in the water, and and showing interest in voice so us both bedrooms looking at the space in year but say. If, it of all investments that have been done net probably. Three to four venture funds that are looking at the space, but we definitely say. Would I one getting excited about it? Nice there any particular characteristics that you look for then in voice tech companies. A wide range of different types of products that are being launched. People are trying different things. I've some patterns just from interviewing people on the PODCAST, so I'm sure you've noticed some some trends as well as the types of companies will the type of use cases that voices being applied to the tend to do better from attraction, point of view, or from evaluation, point of view while other typical kind of the cases, all the areas potentially industries that are most interesting to you right now. Footed that into that? It's space so initially why we got interested in it is because it's so consume ass, using voice, technology and data, so basically used, but engagement conversion rates were extremely. Good. Instead of this, tell me us. They're ready. Use this new in. An extra enjoying it and they communicate engages. More than if they have to use the keyboard to put in data, so that will finish. Starting point where we realized, is this voice? From that what we having at we have the platforms via the voicing visit lodge and the platforms notables assistance. Everybody's involved home the next size this. Specific Arab just for us. But we are more than at all. Kinds of flux is use voice to enhance US experience into his. Business that at the end of the day eighty percent of the directions be has. Can Be done by boys, so we take him to do that. It's vision. We share absolutely the keyboard. It feels so antiquated. The fact that lasted so long crying out for. Crying on the alternative and one that's love it more human as well.

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"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

Keeping It Kissel

04:45 min | 5 months ago

"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

"That is that is so prevalent that we think it's normal. We think it's healthy I. My son had a T. shirt wants that said normal people scare me right and I don't consider myself to be the current normal and thank you very much so challenging. Those belief systems is really important. And to see that you know if it doesn't feel good right to challenge it and be hard on your belief systems and can you touch on. I know you've shared this example with us but about The mother the daughter and the grandmother with the rain. Yes Yeah I've borrowed it many to always a really good one. Yeah again. I have to thank the guides and the teachers that I have for that one too. There was a story about a mother and a daughter and a grandmother and they're preparing dinner and they're making a ham and so the grandma's sitting at the table and the mother and the daughter are working on the the Ham and the mother says okay chop off and end of each of the ham end off each ham and put it in the pot and the daughter says to the mother and this is the the younger generation typically starting to question and the daughter says to the mother she says. Why do we cut off the ends of the HAM and the mother says well? I have no idea. I don't know let's ask grandma so we say grandma. Why did we off the ends of the HAM and grandma says well because my pot was too small right and we do this and we don't challenge the believe this same rains exactly and we continue without challenging this stuff. Not Recognizing it doesn't serve us. It may no longer be necessary. It may not be appropriate for this this particular choice or experience because it worked for them. They're circumstance complete. I'm sure that it worked for them. Either I mean they had worked for grandma. But that's never gonNa Right. Yes absolutely so as we as we wrap up. I have to say that since we started talking about since we started our work with you and since we started our work with each other not judging each other for the decisions that we make not having opinions or expectations has freed us up in unexplainable ways and unbelievable ways. And it's very interesting for anybody watching on Youtube right now. It's like the sun just came artist and literally started saying some of that Snow. It or is coming from Vancouver Island to go. I know heart of the prairies which I love. I love the charming. I know that I know that you love the charming of the prairies to but I love this stuff and I love being here anyways and then be loving open and willing that helps with job single challenge that we face or situation every conversation every human being that we encounter be loving open open willing bottoms effective bottom line. You can't walk through a closed door. Yeah so Lynette. We're so thankful that we have you in our lives and that you've been able to now help just in so many different ways for me in career and especially our relationship once we got this going. Isn't it funny? How we we got this going and everything else. I think another time. I'll probably touch on how we We went from focusing on all of the drama and everything spinning around that it this opportunity and this new journey in our lives all of a sudden it was like okay. There's no problems now. What like there's all this time for activity like right. What do we do now? And A go. Go from state of US in crisis chaos crisis like we're just trying to survive whereas now we can thrive yes. Yeah and that's her birthright and that's thanks to know jo-jobs and lots of lots of K. That's the best way to end. You got to grab a bear keeping Kissel. Podcast is such a great space for us. We're very thankful that you tuned in. Please follow us on Instagram as well as our website. Keeping IT KISSEL DOT COM fo- Cecilia at Cecilia. Kissel at Brake Castle. Lynette thank you very much for being a big part of what keeping it. Kissel is absolutely thanks for being here. They know C. C. Good to the smile in complicating fact. It's easy to Is Perfect start the perfect day. I could say in a couple of this morning having coffee with her..

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"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

Keeping It Kissel

08:45 min | 5 months ago

"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

"So I'M GONNA go out there a little bit. I said to you that if you started to take care of yourself he was just going to automatically. I WANNA start coming home. So is this where I say I I like to downsize and it gets to be predictable and then what happens is we see a couple like yourself and the way that you're raising the children okay. So the challenges that you guys face. The children aren't gonNA face because they're being taught right from the get-go that beautiful balance and then going forward you guys have become wonderful. Models for people rounding harmony lyles. I think miss almost your entire clan clan. Oh you haven't you have no. I'm saying like ended family. Have this inner circle. Yes he had a picture of that. Yes yes but I was going to say That a really neat thing about all of this. It has really confirmed for me in there have been times. Obviously where you're like okay and back to focus and back to focus because we fall into old habits and it is a re a retraining your writing and and also earlier on you touched about once you hit rock bottom but when you do that it's an opportunity to smash it all down and re essentially rebuilt and to grow from there and we have to hit that point absolutely. What are you going to work with if you don't absolutely and so Something that I has really be been reaffirmed for me is an this is where you had said like. Brett will follow you. You you stay the course you will attack him. Yeah we want to let go in every aspect of our S of trying to go out and get it and this is one of the things you guys have started to recognize. We do this in my work itself. I don't promote I attract and when we understand the first law the universe is like attracts like when we changed the attraction point. There's lots of talk about this out there right now. When we changed the attraction point your experience then begins to immediately change in guys have experienced it can be dramatic and swift and what I was going to say about. That story is the focus so holding the focus. There were times when it was like okay. Is this working? I'm committed to it. Let it go. Focus A -delity focused disciplined. You have to faithful and disciplined to maintain that focus. And that's why I have to again say. I am so honored by the company. I keep because I will walk through the gates of Hell with you but I can't do it for you. Yes so this is where we have to recognize. You have to be disciplined yourself. You've got to want it. Yeah and if you want it it is your birthright will have it. It's really great that you just St- just said that and the conversation just went that way because I wanted to acknowledge for you. Who's listening right now? Whoever you are yes it's hard. It's extremely hard and I still have challenges everyday everyday. Welcome to the human race human race and it's so hard so what is your encouraging or your message of encouragement to that person. Listening right now who just has to start or feels that there's no end in sight and they're at such a low point there in the basement of all basements right now. But what do you say? How do you start? I would say begin at the beginning and that you can't climb a ladder from the top rung. I everything in this universe. Evolves stage-by-stage step-by-step level by level? And it does get easier. We don't WanNa maintain that you guys came to a retreat on salt spring and the t shirt that you got was simple as mock and heart as just faulk. Okay you said it all right so it is. It is very simple but it does get easier like the challenges that you guys are dealing with. Now you couldn't have dealt with before until you develop the tools again divine. Grace never takes you anywhere that it can't guide you and protect you so if you were in your deepest crisis point right now. It's beautiful place to begin and to start to turn in and when you do I guarantee you are quote unquote chance. I don't believe in chance or locker coincidence. They don't exist. You will find the support that you need because we are all so deeply rooted and we're not taught to see that we're not taught to understand it so as we grow and we've all I look at who I was as a as a child and who I've become an. Oh my heavens. That's that's quite a crater a spectrum of growth and it does get easier so we aren't giving anything that we can't handle the tools that you need are there but the challenges you know. I like to say divine. Grace is always transmitting. Always transmitting a lot of us. Believe that the creative sources outside of us or we believe that we are got an inside of us. It's not accesses inside of us but we are in it and so the universe is not able to disconnect. We can't disconnect so when we start to recognize that and tuning in and understanding that spirit communicates in feather. So you're going to have to turn down some of the drama. Even if you just find you know like I used to reverse time out. I went to the bathroom and lock the door. Okay Oh yeah for sure. I was a single mom raising them by myself. So yeah we do have to find those moments to just if you can just take a breath yet just begin at the beginning understand that everything is is it should be and that you are not alone. Just take that first breath take a step with courage and the tools will come. I promise and this is why I like to say I told you so because you know don't I get my. I told you so predictable you need to get you a Mug or an award or something and I told you so t shirt and it gives predictable once for relationship in my just my life. When I was at that that low point and knew I needed to make a change. I remember you saying begin at the beginning. Now I'm so goal oriented that I was focusing so much on happy. Happy and money awards status fame fortune etc. S- thinking about all that but I think I really needed to shift my focus and just take it day by day and just make the best decision that day. The best decision the next day and before you know what you had seven days straight of of of good progress of good decisions of not gonNA keep it up here out buyer out there when you need to bring it in here. Exactly we want to let go the concept of good and baton right and wrong and we also want to recognize that while you're doing all that work you're doing your daily dues with Fidelity Focus and discipline that the universe is also matching you and meeting you. We want to recognize that the universe responds to us. So don't underestimate what a small change can have in terms of impact. I think you've both experience. That absolutely and even touching The good and bad. I think we so focus on that Instead of it being like there's actually nothing wrong with chaos or drummer. Things that are happening around you. It's how you handle it. Yeah and the good and bad right and wrong create polarization so I suggest letting them go. Get rid of it. Just do your best to do your best. And you can't again at the beginning and University of take it from there especially the net. That's to me. I think that's a great place to leave off because this is such a heavy heavy heavy topic and conversation that even though I'd like to talk I think we both for five hours. Yeah you have. This is probably best to just end this chapter in this conversation here right now. Thank you for your time. Our hope is to keep you here and talk about a whole bunch of other things. If we can for other podcasts into it yeah my pleasure thank you for for doing this and sharing your great insight and wisdom and we just the door you we appreciate you. Thank you feelings mutual and everybody thank you very much for not only watching but listening to this is this is the keeping it. Kissel podcast. Please follow Cecilia. Kissel and Instagram at Cecilia. Kissel I'm Greg Kissel and together we are keeping it kissel and thanks everybody involved. They know C. C. Good to this smiling complicating fact. It's easy to describe the perfect start the perfect day. I could see you this morning having coffee with her..

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"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

Keeping It Kissel

13:38 min | 5 months ago

"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

"I just needed done but then you would say that. I don't want to explain correct. That's a better house was just over us. Oh I know under no circumstances. That's a common challenge something or even give it only to help. I want to ask. I just wanted to devise a question. Viewed as a challenge and not gaining understanding in perspective. It's all depends on how the question was presented. I believe to a degree as a teenager teenager. I would have posed a challenge in the way of snotty question but for over analyze so many things. Clench a child how to ask a question. It's not going to be snotty nosed and if you answer a child's question they will be satisfied in my opinion right. Do you find from your experience. Like with the kids answering their questions do they. Stop asking absolutely one hundred percent. No LONGER MOM. Mom Dad you take a moment you get down on their level you tell them what is expected of them. What we're going to do Doesn't mean they always do it The way you'd hoped or whatever but it seems to stop the Y. Y Y and it definitely seems to have stopped the whining on the topic of raising. Good kids yes in this day and age. Let me just preface. That good is subjective. Those different from good to somebody else. There's also a terminally in different ways to Peel an apple. Cut Up an apple so How someone does that There are a million different ways to do that. So so you believe that discipline consequence all of those actually have to do with the human with the kid so give different consequential for the individual based on their their needs absolutely. Yep Yeah I think I think The way you raise each child the heartbeat heartbeat. The core might be the same but the subtle differences are water tailored to that individual child now in the way that you grew up in your upbringing. Yeah I'm always fascinated as to why and how you're so good at this. You're add wet at raising humans. Your gentle irrational. You're extremely caring loving compassionate and you're passionate about the craft of being among. Why are you so good at that so good? I appreciate you saying all those things I don't. I don't know that I would necessarily feel that way. I mean all I can do is my very best. I'll say that till the end end of my days But for parenting for me I think when I think about this is okay. We're talking about how we just keep going serious serious serious and I don't know if we ever will go like light We'll get to the fun. I'm don't know but but what I was going to say when I think about parenting our kids I actually imagined myself as my own fourth child and I know that it's going to sound really really strange but I think I think about what I needed when I was a child right and when I think about that I think about the patients. The understanding The level of the things I didn't get and I almost see my inner child as child number four trailing along and I get to repair it myself I get to relive experiences. Might enter child gets to do all these wonderful things that we've Curated carved out and created for our children. I've never decorated gingerbread house in my life until this winter till this Christmas I have others million. There's a million things that I have never done and I'm doing for the first time in. My inner child is very pleased. Do you have goals for your kids? Happy just happy. That's it because I'm I am putting a lot more weight and emphasis unhappiness than I ever have especially with. Yes a world where people talk about mental health and all is very extreme issues. Yes my goal prior to having kids or even when meal o. Was born until I really dove down deep into how you approach things because I'm so impressed by and inspired by it right. My number one goal was ambition. You just want me. I remember that useful and I want them to be ambitious but you said that she was actually out of out of fear for laziness of course so but I think I think if we see someone as lazy sometimes that can be a judgment If somebody is living in a shack and they have a dog and they have two plates and their whole most homeless to some but to others would just be like a total hermit recluse flower child. Whatever it's like Y is that person considered lazy. They are happier than the hills. Yep whose businesses. That is your right if you're happy you're happy if you're not happy in that situation and the environment than something needs to change but if you're happy leave him alone. They found the secret to life happiness. Yeah my opinion. I don't know that's cease again. That's so profound and I think that's year opinion has changed. It has happiness now. Is the number one priority. Because I've seen so many families that have every material thing yeah jobs holidays vehicles wealth beyond belief. And if there's no happiness or heart yeah not home yet. I think we all put as a matter. Not We all but I think as a society. We can put unrealistic expectations. Yeah and really it comes down to. What do you want? What do you want when Brett Wilson and I did our Trip to Mexico building homes. Yes the happiness and contentment that The family one of the families. Like my my family's Breakfast Brett. As you know the homebuilding our family they lived in a Crown. Victoria car No TIRES YEAH. Just flat underground. Swear the DAD and the three kids they might lift and yet they were happy because they had enough to buy some food and it was better than how the parents grew up so they were happy that their kids when we built them. The House hadn't apparently simply whatever's more poor than living in a in a rundown crowned nineteen So that also changed things for me back in two thousand seventeen that if someone can be happy with what society says is nothing yet or below every bit of standard then that if they can be happy then we should focus a lot more of our time to actually be grateful and actually be happy with what we both what we have because we live very abundant life. Gratitude changes everything. Yeah so back to Aria calling your bluff. I'm sure people are wondering how she done that again. She had a shield your own often than me La. She had it going. I think a for a good couple weeks where I was just like I would say my my consequence and she would say here and I would freeze yup give it to me lay on me thick. Go ahead Mama. There was no resistance So definitely threw me for a loop But you know ultimately. It's like that I would put her in timeout and sometimes she would get emotional because it was just like literally calling my bluff. She's just so stinking smart that little girl but as of late consequences are back on the table As being not fun so things are things are back in order but it definitely through. Meal is a very Obedient child she. S and Aria is a tear all great kids. They're incredibly great kids but as their personalities Start to shine you start to see their different quirks and different ideas and Yeah it just made me think like maybe Arya will be one of those people who doesn't take things personally in his just like. Yeah sure Go from strength to how actually grow up so that if bullying comes her way or what have you in school. Heaven forbid just let it roll off and it's funny because People knowing our kids people who know them would probably think because meals like loud and out there and social and outgoing that she would be the one that's more bucky She's the one so for example. She's the one who would say. Can I have this cookie? Oh Mom can I have this cookie but can I have this cookie? Arias the one you turn around. And she's got her hand in the cookie jar and she's already three cookies deep the like she knows she's crowded sneaky and she's quiet and And then new catcher and she would giggle and think it's hysterical that like she got away with it. I although I mean as we wrap up this segment up I we call our kids loophole children especially me Lula. She's loophole baby. She just figured. I'm the loophole baby. Yeah we'll because you'll lay your boundary and she'll fig like she's the kid who you're like no you cannot have that green eminem. Because that's what's in her hand and she'd come back and she got one in her mouth. What did I say will? It's mom like she's that kid she's just well you're not wrong. Yeah like at that. Point d you celebrate their that intelligent more. Do you explain that. That's not what you meant. Yeah I don't know I don't know the answer to that. Help us out here. A part of me is like I appreciate the I do too. I do too so it's like I want. I joke often that I don't want to This is gonNA sound so silly but even if the kids are like playing with their food at the dinner table and some people. Don't play with your food. I go back and forth on the like what if it inspires are to be some kind of like incredible inventor and now I just crushed that never know anyways you wanted like there's a fine line between supporting and Raising them up to be the best that they can be at while not crushing their spirit and still laying boundaries. Well for everybody WHO's listening. We just wanted to obviously thank you for tuning in a part of this tuning in We want keeping a Kissel to really be a community where you can reference what you heard here and either offer us some suggestions or friendly advice. Louis war open discussion With us if there was anything we said that inspired you in your journey as a parent. Then that's great or if there's anything that you think you'd like to know how we do it or send us a message. Yeah let us know so. We do run our own. Socials reach out to either of US on Instagram Cecilia. Kissel me Kessler together. We are keeping it kissel. Yeah and then visit our website keeping Kissel DOT COM. Because we're going to be writing Well blogs as often as we can about some of these topics experiences that that's right so you may not have to sort through all of this or this video and union preference. Here's your we give it to you. Yeah thank you very much. Everybody for tuning in its to another episode of keeping Kissel. Thanks guys they know C. C. Good to smile and complicating fact. It's easy to describe the perfect start to the perfect day could say in a couple this morning having coffee with.

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"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

Keeping It Kissel

05:48 min | 5 months ago

"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

"Can everything triggered I and it just end? It's cold and it's minus thirty five and I got to put a car seat car seat. Best of you a timer too. I feel like it's every second weekend because I know they got to be tightened. They gotta be this and then the worst is when I feel. I did an amazing job. It's like a Rodeo who comes and then you come along like elise. Yeah I'm like Oh this is loose and you forgot to do this and forget to do that and then they like that but yeah not mean about it but of course I take it wrong and I'm so frustrated. That carseats is something that yeah just not my favorite favorite. Yeah I take over if I can but the truth I I. It's kind of interesting because in the airports I don't get weird looks but I feel a little weird that I'm looking after the kids. You go out minus fourteen car seat because you know it's going to be. Yeah it'll affect my day do it faster. Yeah but then I also think like I am a Nazi about car seats for sure but I my perspective on the car seats is two things. One is necessary and it's just like no other option. It has new happen no matter kids always say dad. It's tight it's tight and our motto is if it's tight it's changed and so there's that but then I also I my relationship with the car seat is I'm GonNa get emotional again. Never I look at a car seat and installing it. I think they're still little enough to fit in here If they were you know before we know it it's like I'm I'm GonNa Miss It. I know you're right. I put me La in In the booster seat The other day over Christmas you did what I didn't drive anywhere or when we were Ice Fishing Yeah. We're on the lake and we're just driving from like I dunno must have been one of the vehicles so put them in put her in the booster seat and she's just sitting there like a big girl and kicking myself. Yeah you're right free long. They have to sit in that car seat in the booster seat before they're out of them. Sometimes I wish I could be in a bucket seat. A grownup bucket seat seat. Oh I could sit in one and someone pull the shades and someone feed me a couple of snacks so I could just lay back and snooze. What a bus bunk is for. Yeah but there are so many things that we do miss of course like we said before. It's not enough to wish that we had the old days back but anybody who's got ideas of the things that they miss now that their parents that they never thought they were going to miss like the like the coffee. Like going to the bathroom like putting on your makeup having controlled by only massive list of things and obviously to each their own. Yeah and I would be so curious to hear like what is it because it can be silly things like it can be things that you're like. Oh I never thought that and then I guess it's like you know to those of you listening who might not have children yet. It's not it's not a doom and gloom You know like changes come out. It's not like that. It's like enjoy that sleep been today go take a GMC NAP ANDROID and if you want to go out and booze and party all night of the spectrum but you nurse that today hangover and you enjoy it because Oh reaches. That's another thing anymore. I don't miss the hangover's whatsoever but I'll tell you when meal was first born Reo was first born and the oilers were in the playoffs and I was partying every night. That was that was rough on me. Morning came early partying to three or four and then being up at six theory your alcohol you don't get hangovers like normal people. Yeah they're backed. They are rough. You passed out a few times gets not good. I don't drink as much as I used to. Yeah totally I save them. For special occasions and when I do great products like longshot wine or GP wiser juice while you can get a high of voices. Jews work as high on leave so with this community that we're building online calling it the kick tribe. Or what do you call me again? A Little Kick E. S. Cute Cute. We want to make sure that you tag us or post below once we post. Obviously this episode and let us know because that was our list of some of the major things. I WanNa know that things that you miss or the things you learned. What if things have changed for you since you've joined parenthood this wonderful community that is parenthood? Yeah and again. This is keeping it. Kissel your Cecilia Kissel. I'm Brett Kissel. Please follow us on Social Media. Honor instagram and all of the platforms. Thank you very much for spending some time in laughing with us and if we have that book we'll keep you posted and we look forward to talking to you. They know C. C. Good to this smiling complicating fact. It's easy to describe perfect star. The perfect day I could say it in a couple of this morning having coffee with her..

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"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

Keeping It Kissel

06:33 min | 6 months ago

"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

"Reminds me the cowboy boots. I got from grandma. Grandpa and I miss flat like so much. Grandpa BER BER country music. And I don't know why do I? It's it's weird to get emotional about your own own music but I was such a and you know So I think blue for the most part of two thousand nineteen and you're and country music pulled me through So many things so that verse in particular. I think a lot of people says to that it is everything I think. A lot of music is created and the purpose is to is to sometimes detach and checkout but country music. In my opinion the purpose of it is to make you feel something and to connect and that super powerful. That song without question is the one that I connect with the most on this album as one of my favorite Song said that I've that I've ever written so as I go down. The track listing. Trink ME is number one. A few good stories is number two and that's country. Music is number three. I wanted something that was lively to go right after that. Which is why young enough went right there. When we heard young enough for the first time it could have gone on the were that song album but when it comes to satisfying everybody in the you know in our in our process and in our team the record label managers every everybody young enough was not inconsiderate was in consideration for the we were that song album but it didn't have a high enough rating within the rating system that we have free to being Well yeah that sounds like four years old. I don't remember that Rusty. Pitch that to us and we'll weather's will weatherly wrote that with Jesse Alexander and who's the other song writer but We love that then. And that's why you and I kind of use the power of veto with the team to say none of know that song needs to go on the record this time around. Because we've loved it for four years. Jesse Alexander will weatherly and David Hodge Wrote that song and it is one of the biggest pieces of advice that I think in a song I can give to my listeners in we can give to the younger generation or young people like for me. It's not about advice for me. It's like No matter your age you're young enough Because he was trying to bill people Oh I'm too old for that or I'm too this for that. It's like when I listened to that Song I even picture myself at seventy and be like gold darn it. I'm still young enough like I'm young enough to do whatever the hell I want. However the Hell I want yeah you know me you know how much I I'm drawn to seniors getting stories and vibrant obsession. It's the vibrant party seniors. That like that just knocked me out that I I love. The most seniors is at lake. Has anyone made that sentence ever in the history of time out of the party scene? What is a party senior? Looked like a senior this radio. Debarati what are you talking about a senior citizen ready to party? Mr and Mrs Dawson. Yeah okay they would always the great parties okay. Yeah the emeralds played in the background and they had all all their friends grew up in the fifties and the sixties have this big old downs but they were never turned down a drink like me. Okay still has a drink. Yeah I guess Tonight Party. I think that club with the screen and the grinding I think of. I've never seen a senior citizen citizen at a club with the screen. I think about me mark playing cards with us at one thirty in the morning while using your definition of party has changed but I can get on. Yes so okay so you WanNa see a senior this in in a club grinding. Now do you though dig it back so young enough. We talked a lot about young enough because it was really An emphasis song or song. We have a lot of emphasis on for the title of the record. And I mean traditionally I think often What had happened for you is that we were taking titled Titled Tracks Essentially so using the track at our favorite songs as the title for the album. So this is the first time. We're Kinda doing something different but we are. We're really excited to put all of our eggs in this basket. So all in all young enough and as he kind of. We've got to do two parts with this. I didn't think that we were going to but this is actually been so much fun. I knew. Of course I know everything. So young enough. We're going to end side a of the record way more to say about the album. Then you thought so. We're going to split this up. So thank you very much for listening to or keeping the KISSEL podcast when we're talking about the record now or never you heard part one her why we call it what we called it. In the first four songs we're going to get into the nitty gritty on the next four. Yes songs and some really cool behind the scenes stuff with the making of a record. Don't forget to follow us on instagram. Please Cecilia Kissel. Keeping a kiss keeping an me Brett kissel and check out our websites chair website and youtube page. Yeah super exciting. How are we sign off? Shake we needed. Thanks for tuning in guys. Thanks for tuning in. Yeah guys. It'll come it'll come to God. This is so bad they knows a secret. Good to this smile inning. Ncaa McCain fact. It's easy to describe the perfect start the perfect day. I could say in a cup war this morning having coffee with her..

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"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

Keeping It Kissel

13:36 min | 6 months ago

"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

"Stop crying and we have videos and I'll have to see if I can pull them up because her sitting in her car seat in her high chair down and she would be happy and she would hear that song and her whole body would just start like going so for Leo. He would be crying in the car seat and then the girls would say mom dad. Oh play play Leo Song and this will come on in Lille with stop immediately and it has gotten to the point where if it was happening Mula will sing it for him now. Yeah so if we're out walking the most she decided when one of your little kids take care. Takes Care of the other little kit like that? Mothering instinct that the girls have for Leo nurturing because boys are boys Do that as well. it's just the love care and attention that goes into and some humans are in children are just more nurturing than others and it is beautiful to watch so for the last twenty five minutes. Tari about how we named the record cece here young enough and then what came over you in that moment because I've never seen you. That inspired that sure and it inspired me when you had just dropped in and we're listening to the song and so say the lyric so all I know is that it's now or never and it felt in young enough. Yeah it felt It just felt like the universe was saying this is what it needs to be and it's crazy because I looked at UNICEF said yes now or never needs to be the title of this record just sat there and I thought now or Never Brett this is now or never we have given everything we we've given everything we have to this and we believe in this music enough to put every song on this album. It's now or never agree. And the universe spoke to us in the most incredible way after we said that now or never is exactly what this album to be. I would say at least four or five times on that trip I was. I flipped through Pensacola Beach Florida. Why picked up a newspaper at the breakfast place. Yeah I don't know why but it's like the mayor of Pensacola Beach says it's now or never. That was the quote on the front page. Yeah and do you remember? We were in Toronto. We are having in there's graffiti. Oliver waited photos for them for ya. That's true the most beautiful gridlock deriving to the studio and it was beautiful. And I bet you if you go back and try to find it. We'll we would never find it and on the side of a building. It was painted beautifully in the most beautiful graffiti art. And that said in the biggest letters now or never so. If that's not the universe telling us this is exactly what we need to do and exactly what we need to be doing but cannot believe that that actually happened and now every time I see it it's in a zone or a a head space that I'm in where I actually need to see that where I'm feeling discouraged about the record. I'm feeling discourage that. Maybe we'll because you're you get invested into this you get down on yourself. I mean it's I think with anything when you start to give pieces of yourself you're so vulnerable And everyone knows that it's it can be received different ways so this is also for Youtube as it is obviously for for podcasts. So if you're listening to this and you haven't seen US online obviously. Please follow us on our instagram pages. Cecilia Kissel Brett Castle. And keeping it Kissel We're talking about our album now or never right now and We also filmed and posted to our Youtube Channel So that you can watch this so you can watch us an action can you? One of the album's might my jacket too tight skinny but if I like reach so I'm going to get into a little bit. Some of the really cool things about it. Artwork Connor Shuffler worked with us on this record and he came to your vision right immediately. Cancel now that we're actually working so much harder than we've ever worked but it's a lot smarter because we've got three kids and we're the glow career keeping it. Kissel the lifestyle brand all of this shit really and so when Connor Cantu all of this stuff all of this incredible stuff When corner came to the photo session with Jess who's taking photos for us in that process. By the way I want you to be. If you see the photo I don't WanNa look through one thousand frickin photos and try to figure out what it's going to be. I want to look at the counter and be like. That's the shot and I wanted to this so we edited as we went which was amazing. Nfl This shot guys that. Can you see this on the on the camera? I thought you guys all worked really well together. Does it need to be out of so. Of course this is like a bit of a fake smile and shit but I really like it. I think I think I said something really funny to you. You probably did so this jacket. What's cool about. It is Murphy who are really good friends in Toronto. She said that this was her. Dad's Jack from the seventies so wild and so it's kind of an Ode to him as well when he loved country music. I love that chose my three tattoos. Yeah for my kids. Which epic fail in the were that song album? I already had two kids but I did the photo shoot before I got the Tattoo for Aria. Forgive you I man I hope should. That's on the inside the back of the record now or never. That's my handwriting here. Brett Kissel Here's only eight songs but dynamite comes in small packages and I'm really proud of these tracks. We wanted less content but more meaningful content so that way every New Year's Day for the next three years. I'M GONNA put out a new record and then Aria an me. Leather favorite colors are green and yellow. So I wanted green and yellow on cure and we love the beach and yeah we do in. This reminds me so much of Tinkerbell. Say that every time in the girls I love Tinkerbell so you open it up and it reads for my children meal O. Ara and Leo so so I dedicate this get dedicated this record And then on the INS are on the inside page. There's a little wiener dog. Of course there is. Can't forget Charlie the artwork on this album just like actually kills me like I'm obsessed with it I think you were. Oh Yeah of course. Are you going to say that? Are you going to let people just like go buy the album? You have to buy the physical record because I have one of my favorite quotes of all time on L. side because this is like one of my favorite things about my favorite. Tv show no but about your actual. I'm literally going to like anybody who picks up the record and I signed it for them in in the merchant line or whatever on her tours. I'M GONNA open up and be like make sure you look at page number. One getting sore. Thank you so great but the artwork. I'm really happy with how it all came to be so trink about me. A few good stories I have in the background a letter that we that we got from from Johnny Cash. And so that's there. A lot of my favorite stories actually told around the fire so we've got a fire in the background. I was so excited to explain this to Celia when we got the artwork back. I've never been more proud. That's Country Music has actually the barn on our out. Around and my GRANDPA's nineteen seventy Chevy. There which is a photo of connor my Banjo player and Guitar Player. Playing Banjo from the drink. Cuss fish photo shoot. Where up top. Oh Yeah I see it now And then young enough young enough in the background is a photo of me on stage at the Big Valley Jamboree With the only artist to ever get an encore in the history of the Big Valley Jamboree in that time slot crap so that was an incredible show. I was there for that. I'm so thankful that you weren't gonNA come really wasn't an issue we will. You found it sitter. That's why it's time to risk it. All it's time to elevate the game it's make or break it's do or die. It's now or never next page. She drives me crazy which is super colorful. If you haven't heard that song that is so pop. Edm dance leaning for country music. Wild that brings me back to Vegas you and me in Vegas for first time. Oh it's such a good song hummingbird yet Really love how the artwork turned out. I love humming birds so to sort of my grandparents. I'm not him. I'm not her featuring Christina. Taylor you've not met Christina yet have you? I don't think so Love the song but anyway Really really great duet partner and then a photo of from Lake Louise. We took that on our Cama coffee with her. That was like your power veto. That was the song that you needed to go on the record that one and young right. Yeah yeah whatever you guys will have to let me know what you think. But that was. I was shocked when those two songs weren't like at the top of the list and So something that you do as a spouse and I shouldn't say as a spouse because maybe not every artist is like this However we're going to get in the way of so many. I know sorry if I'm relationships. Oliver Buddies and country music who whose wife zone have a say but works in our relationship will works for has worked for us is no matter what. Cici gets a veto it so if Nobody believes in the song. But I believe in the song This time I got to but At minimum I get one song and the guys started my music. Yes I love everything. Yeah but I think sometimes when you are the artists in your so attached to the music. It's hard to detach and if your goal is to Grow Your Music Empire then You just want the best for. It's not about being personal or biased. It's about I just want the best and you've never used this power of veto in this way but I believe that there was ever a song that you just didn't like it wouldn't go on record but you've got to hold you. Do I say it's happened before and it's like what's on. I can earn allowed to say that. But I trust you too. So if there's songs that you are passionate about and that maybe aren't my favorite I've noticed often that those are the songs you perform the most passionately in connect with your audience when you're bringing them live. We'll look at a few good stories when you heard the demo. You weren't one. It wasn't until I I didn't jake blame that for a minute so Often when songs are being pitched to Brenton what is the Pitch Song Mean There's a song writer who wrote a song and they wanted out there and so the pitch them to yours to the or the artists team. Yeah and then it gets back to the artists and so you hear it with the songwriters vocals on it or how they were hired hired singer and how they would put it together. my struggle. When it comes to demos is that I struggle I struggle with what it would be like if it was brought on it right so then it's like and to me when I'm hearing these demos for the first time I know sometimes if I'm going to do the second verse in the I I I I in of course I'm GONNA put a solo over here and this is how I would say. Aw they didn't go up on that last night and of course I would definitely go up and went. People might not know that you have the freedom to do whatever the hell you run with it. Yeah and and I've taken a page kind of out of out of George Strait Garth Brooks Book now towards only started to write songs later on in his career. He wrote it at the very beginning but at the end of his career in the last few albums he's written more but of the sixty number one which George Strait has written or has recorded is written none of them. Maybe just one of them in here for a long time. I'm here for a good two artists. Make money so through touring and through pertinence an merchandise and stuff like that but the songwriter gets the money from the royalties so a few good stories was pitched to me. And I remember hearing this because it's written by Redican 's it's Thomas. Rats Dad Redskins is written huge hits for Luke Bryan F- gl Blake Shelton Ben. Hey slip also wrote this song with Chris Stevens..

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"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

Keeping It Kissel

05:29 min | 6 months ago

"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

"Honestly maybe even until this morning I was literally thinking to myself. W T F. So if there's anything that I can do we can do or anybody listening right now. I think the biggest thing is to understand yes. Those feelings are valid. But let's shift your perspective. Let's let's put that into a bit of a shoebox okay. The fear of the unknown. How many of us are living with unknowns every day and we take it in our stride. Okay there Cecilia. Going man and it's such a woman's perspective. It's like Ho. I have three children. I have no idea what today is going to hold right and me is a guy I'm like. I need to know everything you need to know what's going on. I need a plan. I need a budget I need. That isn't just a guy thing. I'm sorry that isn't just a guy thing but it is. It does tend to be You know women traditionally and not so much anymore. I'm loving to hear but traditionally women are the ones that you know. Held down a pretty busy ship. So fear of the unknown was something. We learned to work with quickly. I just I just want to touch on this quickly and say we live with unknowns. All the time okay and and the biggest unknown is when we're going to die and ultimately that fears the one that feeds the mall so let's understand we live with unknowns all the time again what story are you gonNa tell around this. What are you gonNa make this mean? Are you pulling the big bad bogeyman? Out of the Sky Justice sensationalize to create drama or. Give yourself something to feel excited about because it's not funny. It's really not funny and we need to turn it around there's tons of unknowns. Brett when are you gonna Die Brett no clue? Where are you going to Die Brett? Exactly how and when is not our job so let's put it into perspective and I want to say you know this may sound kind of harsh for some people but I really mean it from the bottom of my heart. Let's grow up let's grow up. Life isn't easy. We've seen that. Humans are incredible when we pulled together and we decide to change our attitude. A lot really happens you see enough people get passionate about something and we see change. I appreciate that now obviously. Don't be dumb. Don't be out there and don't if you're sick don't go out but I agree. Of course be responsible. Be Self-governing if you think that you may be infected stay home. Cut Each Other the slack that you seek. If you know that your neighbors not well make phone call. Find out if they need something. Take care of it if they're not sure if they're sick or if they are sick let's reach out again. Let's pull together. Don't be stupid don't be frivolous. Don't be ridiculous. It is a serious virus and it's spreading very fast but let's be grownups about it and understand there's all kinds of unknowns in human experience yet yeah I actually. It's funny because I what I of. You're going to say exactly what's on my mind. I literally wrote it down. Underlying it started is every day actually not unknown like what is what is certain about it. I think that this corona viruses providing humanity with a fantastic experience to learn about fear and with a fantastic opportunity to learn about how we work together. How we're actually all collectively connected loft communication. Everything is communicating all the time. So just a few of US. Start with this and say okay. You know what we're turning this around we're GONNA make the most of this crisis we're going to pull up our bootstraps. We're going to be grownups about this. We're going to do what we can. We're going to be self-governing and watch this baby. Turn around and turn around fast in in. Don't you think it's such a beautiful opportunity to like? I'M GONNA get emotional but to love up on the ones that you love if you choose to see it that way and then you think these artists when they get back out there or these hockey players Whoever it is aren't gonNA give it their absolute best because for one moment it was taken away while it's it's a newly inspired place right. It's a beautiful place to come from and it's it's a wonderful reminder to us that life is not address rehearsal and that nobody knows how long we've got so it is. GonNa be front row at those concerts. I WANNA be front row at those hockey games. I WANNA be with those baseball hash is going to be such a party and like I. I'm thinking about all the creative ideas that are gonNA come out of this and the people that are going to think of new ideas and new things and new technology new new songs new movies Decree Titi. That's GONNA come out of this. I know in the film industry so much creative Some of the best ideas come from those constraints come from like. We don't have enough money. This is going wrong. What are we going to do? You know there. There's a wonderful Lebanese poet and Prophet. His name is Khalil. Gibran and I'm probably pronouncing that incorrectly. So I apologize. He has a poem and he says something much to the effect that I I don't know how it's better to say it from the depths of your sorrow springs forth the height of your joy right and humans are here to learn to master energy and emotion. Now this is a wonderful opportunity for us to master. Energy emotion agreed. I I really WanNa thank you guys for coming together and talking about this today. And we're all going to go forward now and feed this through our different media streams and thanked him with some positivity. Because we're all in this together and I think that we're going to see this start to turn around. Let's keep it in perspective and I want to thank everybody for listening and please take the time to pay attention to where your attention is. What are you talking about? Where's your energy focused pay attention?.

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"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

Keeping It Kissel

13:30 min | 6 months ago

"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

"Hello and welcome. I'm Linda Linda. Here's another version of truth talk. I'm here today with three of my favorite people. I'm here with Mrs Cecilia. Kissel Mr Brett Kissel and Mr Graham mortal welcome. Thank you for having us. Thank you spread here via facetime. So thank you very much Lynette. It's good to be with you again. Lynette Graham here so we're here today to talk about that really hot topic right now. The Corona pandemic and the three of us have had some conversations really recently about this topic and thought that it would be really really powerful if we could bring a message for that might help people to see things from a different perspective to help. People see them from the perspective that we're experiencing because I think you guys agree that you're watching things happened in the world around you. That don't really make sense from your perspective. I Know Cecilia. You and I were talking this morning about the We'll start on the lighter side of this. We were talking about the toilet paper and paper roller to toilet. Roll kitchen role thing that's been going on and this is global. It's like off the shelves. So what did you discover when you did you research? Why are people doing this crazy thing? After talking to a lot of people there's a large group obviously a worldwide that believe that our toilet papers made in China and because there is a massive shutdown. I guess of just everything for everybody. Everything that happened to over there. They ended up closing a massive toilet. Paper Manufacturing Site and so everybody over here decided that that's where our toilet paper is made which is not true. It's made in the US if you live in the US. It's made in Canada. If you live in Canada I think one of the largest toilet paper Factories is in British Columbia in Canada. So the whole thing to me doesn't make any sense whatsoever in fact at this fundraiser that we did on the weekend or last week we had a rule of toilet paper and auctioned off for. I mean it's all a joke kind of thing but it's carried but for charity for literally sixteen hundred dollars. It just goes to show how crazy people are getting about. Something that is so far fetched. I don't get why this is a big deal but it is a big deal it essentially as a rumor. It's a rumor and we're eating it up like humanity is really gathered around something like this and they've just made it a thing so what we're what we're talking about. Here is irrational fear and on previous podcasts. We've done we've talked about rational and irrational fear. We'll just sum it up really quickly here. Rational fear is something. That's actually coming from the fight or flight system. That's GONNA protect you so say for example You know you're near the edge of a cliff. I view this one many times. You know the edge of a cliff and near about fall off your feeling that fear. It's rising up the minute you back away from the cliff. The fear dissipates. Irrational fear doesn't do this. Irrational fear sits there like a fungus in the dark and it grows and it festers and it isn't based on anything. Rational may not even be based on anything real just like the toilet paper and the so on and so forth. I heard that it was because they said that the factories would have to start manufacturing Masks instead of toilet paper and there was going to be a world shortage and then grams hypothesis. One of our podcast was that it was I just I don't know if I want to tell that one again. Well I heard it. I thought it was hilarious. Listened to the podcast people because it was awesome so it just sent my mind in that on that tangent which is what we got to recognize about us. Humans is that were were extremely powerful creators and that also means that were highly successful and things can be easily planted so we wanNA start to filter for ourselves whether what we're putting our attention upon is irrational fear in which case take action and it will dissipate or if it's an irrational fear in which case it's renting space in your head for free and it's not going to be producing anything positive so we're we're living with the level of fear every day most of us that we take we take in our stride. It's when something like this comes into get so hyped up that it really gets out of focus so I'd like to encourage you guys invite you guys to share what your experiences have been in terms of seeing the irrational and what was your perspective when you saw the irrational. How would you spin that? We need to find the positive side. Let's start with. Don't waste a good crisis. So what have you guys noticed I literally said debris today I understand that For Not for everyone. It's the same People are out in the world and you know they are faced with it Had ahead a little bit more but for me. Personally I said what's IT GONNA change like this quarantine okay. So I'm at home with my kids every single day What does that change like? I'm quarantined as it is with three kids. We don't get out much and You know that's been the same way for the last four years so to me. You know I don't I don't see it. We get to spend time together now with Brett and we get to see each other every day and I feel like it's been extremely positive. Actually that all of these social events are stepping up taking precautions and Being a massive example to society to just be smart about this when our children get sick when our children get sick and they get a cold. You don't send them to school. You keep them home right through and I agree with you. It is from different perspective points. What's been your experience brought for me. I truly believe that I've been I've been hit by this hard Mentally and then also physically because you know obviously as a musician traveling so much you know. The airports are shut down. Flights are being canceled. Okay I have to shift my perspective so I'm going to explain everything that I've went through over the last couple of days. And maybe how I got around it also with the conversation with you Lynette. But most importantly hears that flights were cancelled events or cancelled and when events were postponed or canceled. That's the only way that I get paid. And it's the ripple effect here so the ripple effect of mean being able to go out and do what I need to do. It's not that worried about. Maybe the fans don't get the opportunity to come and see a show or watching award show or watch hockey. It's the ripple effect that this is causing four. My Bet did my crew and their families who relying on because independent contractors on doing the job and getting paid then. It's you know it's not really affecting the hockey players that much but it's affecting all of the staff that work at the arenas that are doing part time or full time and now the arena is shut down for the we don't know for how long so it's very difficult to not live in fear because these things are happening however what. I'm hoping for and what I truly believe is that our government in place here in Canada's wells in the United States. Everybody is doing the right thing to slow down the spread of this disease. I'm personally not afraid of contracting or contacting Corona virus for me. It's the fallout from it which I would really hope that in a conversation with not only Cecilia. But you Graham as well as you Lynette is. How do you manage the fallout from it? And how do you understand your perspective or change your perspective when you can see things in real time being affected? Yeah that's a really big one And as I said you know everybody is experiencing this from a different perspective point so I think the first thing we wanna do is respect that. It's impacting different. People in different ways so for example graven. I living on the edge of the ocean here. It's pretty quiet in this territory you've been living in the middle of it. It doesn't affect Cecilie because she stays home with children so again we don't minimize anybody else's experience respect is the first step. Okay correct the second step. I think is to start to choose for ourselves how much we're gonNA make this mean now. Certain things happen in life and I don't know if you guys can recall time. I think you both can actually all of you Recall times when something happened. You made a massive event about it. You drained your whole internal system freaked out and then found out that none of it was true or didn't go that way or you'd completely assumed in presumed so we're all on the same page. We've had those kinds of situations. Yes Okay and how much misery did we put ourselves through while we were assuming and presuming and project into our future? Okay how much? How much did we suffer needlessly? So if we start to look at how much we're going to make this mean. What have we decided we're going to do with this. We have to accept the circumstances acceptance. I think is the second step that we WANNA look at respect and acceptance accepting that. This is what it is and I can attach the amount of emotional energy to this that I need to that. I want to but bearing in mind that how I feel about it. Emotionally is not actually going to make it any better it. It can actually really do one of two things if you feel good about it which is in these circumstances going to be pretty tough okay. It's not going to have the same impact as if you go into fear about it. If we decide to make this mean a great deal and go into fear about it then our whole frequency the whole being that we are and everything around us starts to crash with it does make sense for you guys absolutely. Yes it does so. We're looking at respect. Everybody's having a different experience we're looking at accepting what's happening we're looking at. What value am I gonNA give this? Okay this isn't easy. Nobody promised us a Rose Garden here coming into being a human being is is what I would call a hero's call. This is not an easy journey at times and I think that the next thing we want to look at is our new focus. What do we want to make this mean? And where are we going to decide to go from here? Are we gonNA pull together act with respect act with acceptance pull up our bootstraps and move forward or are we going to go deeper into this? Are we going to spread the message of fear? Are we going to make it mean something that we don't know that it means at all bread? I hear what you're saying about this being like a total like flipping of the table of your life like your livelihood and what's going on for you and everything being cancelled. I hear you on that. That's not what my personal life experiences for me right now but I can see where this is your bread and butter this you make money. That's how you engage with people in your fans and having all that changed so quickly I can only imagine what that'd be like for you. What came to mind was a story of the company you know that. Make the Swiss army knives. Yeah basically what happened? After nine. Eleven people couldn't carry these pocket knives on the plane anymore and so their company was going in the toilet so they brought together and they said we're GonNa make this mean what are we going to. What are we going to do about this? And what I thought was so inspiring. Was they say we need to branch out we need to? We need to think of new ways of approaching our business our company or brand and they created all these new products and now they have bags and luggage is in all these different things. They came out of a crisis that came out of this horrible thing. Our business is collapsing so I thought that was a really interesting story to kind of talk about and I'm not saying that you know that that's exactly what you need to do. I'm just saying I really taking a new media. You're going with this and even want to add that. Swiss army is typically a really good product. So something really good came out of it actually. I agree with what you're saying and what I'm hearing is. What are we going to do with this crisis? Are we going to waste this crisis? Or we're GONNA make something out of it and rise up out of it so you know for example Brett. You're saying it's been your experience where you don't get to be home with children very much. I noticed is small. But we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA BUILD FROM HERE. You don't get to be home with the children very much. Well now you do get to be home with the children. So that's the first thing and then what can come from there and what can come from there and the resources that we can start using in terms of building instead of tearing down if everybody on your own way in their own story. Looks at how they can build up so for example? This is a time when contacts can be made in other ways. This is where we have to essentially bottom line. Look for the silver lining everywhere. We can no matter how tough that might be and for some of us. That's going to be really really big. It is not going to be easy and I don't want to minimize that for anybody again. You know respect for each person's perspective and experience is essential but finding the silver lining lick swissarmy. Did it's a very good example and I can't help but think myself even for that example like for our personal band. I can't speak for the rest of the world but for US personally. I can't help but be extremely great folded. This is actually the slowest year we've ever had Because our our focused shifting to America and we're slowly transitioning to Want Dot to be where we're putting all of our energy so I'm thinking what if this had been a year where we were actually so busy and now they've you know they're prepared for this year for a slower year it actually that that seems divine to me that they're in a position where they were already prepared for a slower year. It's been my experience many many times. Two things cannot coexist in the same space in the same time. And you guys have all been working with me for a while now so you know the the way..

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"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

Keeping It Kissel

13:08 min | 6 months ago

"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

"Welcome to keep an Ed Kissel Benjamin getting stuck in my head you. Yeah here and I want to adjust it a little bit like from time to time. I do a country version of it Mike. Welcome to keep Ben Kissel. Pass my Qatar. Welcome back everybody. Another podcast is upon us. Thank you for joining. I gotta get better think. Did we mess everything up there? The camera angles because we are filming this he did. Yeah as you know backup perfect. Thank you Ethan. Co-producer Becky Lock. Our executive producer ceases the mastermind behind everything. And you just happy to be here. I'm Greg Kessel. We've got Celia Kissel and together. We are keeping it. Kissel keeping it kissel with the G. on instagram. Please follow us on instagram. C. C. As well as our new site keeping. Kissel. It's very exciting. That we get this platform and this opportunity to talk about so many things in our lives and the ad that we do things because over the last number of years we've been married for eight years now going on nine years and so many people ask us what we do. How do it in the lessons that we've learned which is why your idea was to start a lifestyle brand and I'm really happy that you did right? Yeah I'm really excited to. I think it's been received really well and I was joking this morning that it's like our love project like don't let our love for die. We've needed to love I for a while because we have we have children. Obviously bread has his career but we used to do everything together. And now I'm at home more with the kids as we keep adding to the Brood. And you're on the road as you keep adding to the album's so we're trying to find a way to connect and what. I love about this Cecilia now. Obviously for for everybody is that it gives union opportunity to talk about these real things and celebrate each other and yeah and sometimes go through the tough times hills and valleys in every relationship and identify what maybe went wrong in the valleys. What went well well. We were celebrating and writing the highs. And that's why I know that she came up with the concept for this episode was to talk about the things that we learned this year as we embark on a brand new year. Twenty twenty a new decade. I guess would be the things we learned last year. Because now we're that's right in a new year so technically it ain't kyle when this year we haven't learned what we've learned this year yet. It's too soon to dell but I'm excited to talk about this because this is a huge year for me personally. I know that you know. That's what you're saying. Yeah and I I never let on with my with the public or with my fans truly but where where I was where my head space was because it was a it was a year like no other Yeah so I. I don't know exactly where you want to begin why things I think it's Interesting because obviously I want to know all the dirty details I was going to touch on you saying Just the process of this of this blog or Ansari and podcast is An opportunity for us to digest experiences and things and even process certain things Talking to each other this way I've heard sides of you that I've never heard before seen glimpses of you that have never seen before and it's just it's been interesting. It's been fun. Are you happy or are you? Frustrated frustrated is all no. I'm very happy I think I saw you know watching them back some of the previous ones. It's I think a good sign that I don't WanNa turn it off. I thought that I wouldn't WanNa hear like my own voice or see my own face. I mean watching it is it's not cringe-worthy it's just not like nobody likes to see themselves on film In photos necessarily I mean some people. Do I know you love it? So they're obviously out there. And maybe it's a female thing but it's not my favorite thing to see myself sometimes but I do. I didn't I am enjoying an even enjoying listening back to Becky that Oh my goodness I don't remember even talking about that so it's like I'm hearing it for the first time. Sometimes to think should be very proud of yourself. Because there's there's a lot of wisdom that you can. I think bestow on so many people giving your your background your life lessons and your outlook on life and I have to say that without question. If it wasn't for you this year helping me through the roughest year that I've ever had I think since since zone of two thousand and eleven like our first year of marriage was there were a lot of a lot of ups and downs with that and I just remember two thousand eleven just being a tough year for me. We lost grandma and GRANDPA. My grandparents passed away in a car accident and I missed him every day and that was a very difficult time that November of two thousand eleven into that Christmas was just really hard but this year especially I couldn't find my place in the world so one of the big lessons that I learned this year was to surrender. Be Present and be okay in the sense that I was stuck on social media and I was comparing and you knew this because I finally told you after two months of being very blue well I was specifically taking time off to be with the family or right for this record. I'm seeing everybody else. Have all this success a lot of great friends and competitors and compare. It just left me. Yeah it's not how they did not healthy It's not wrong. It's just it's not healthy. I manage my time. Well there were a lot of things that I have to say that I don't WanNa be down myself but I feel that I did incorrectly or wrong. Now there's no right don't no you don't know until you know but. I know that I can go into two thousand twenty or I talked to my kids or other people now. That don't really just spend all this time social media and compare and compare compare. Get your comments to date yeah. It was one of the huge lessons. I learned this year which I think we all know that. Social Media's highlight reel. It's lives highlight reel. So we're not gonNA post the dirty in the GRUNGY and the ugly which I mean I'm personally find with because I understand that I don't have a bitterness or resentment towards it. It's like okay. Of course you're gonNA share the best parts of yourself However that's also why. It was so important to me to start a blog because I thought it was a safe place where I could share some of my deep feelings and thoughts in it. Not like it's funny. Because people say oh his Durham is like not real. It's or even the instagram versus reality. That's like a huge trend In those kinds of things but the moment that somebody posts Not Something Real because people love real and they eat that up but something too heavy. There's a there can be like some backlash as far as like ooh. She's looking for sympathy or pity. Or everything's over-analyzed. I grow it kind of I felt like the blog was an here to the podcast too but was a really safe space for like if you want here my deepest thoughts and desires and feelings than you can go out of your way to come in. Meet me in my home in my space. And then it's your choice. Where instagram it's in your face no matter what if you follow? You can't be like okay. Don't just don't follow the serious stuff. Just follow the happy. 'cause we like to be uplifted. I think and we look for inspiration in different places. But if you're going If you want to get a little bit deeper and you want to get a little more personal than come talk to us on our our blog because that's where we're going to be sharing some of our deeper thoughts and feelings. Did you ever think that when we got married or as the last eight years ruled by you would want to do this or want to share in this way? I never knew what it was gonNA be actually like I've always wanted to encourage people. I think that it's like that's my goal in life is to be an encourage or not like a cheerleader. Although I do have that as in like as a mom as a wife but there's a big difference between cheerleading and be like you got this or as opposed to write. Let's talk about this but I mean it's a very deep what you do but I think they both have an importance like I do. Love cheering our kids on. I do love cheering. You on so there. Is THAT ASPECT. But you're right encouraging gets a little bit deeper a little bit real an honest and I always thought it's funny as a kid that I would be like a church. Youth Group leader that I have like all of these Like following for like encouraging young minds. I guess it just happens to be like minded females which also great with. It's like whoever you can reach touch but I did want to touch on. I think that artists and it's not just Arctic artists. Maybe it's creative minds. Maybe it's just the human experience but there's a lot of people out there who But especially artists I would say of any kind are seeking outside validation and hundred percent. That's a really really hard thing to fulfill if you can't fulfill it within yourself. I guess they suffered from it. I don't have a good vocabulary but I went through that in a big way over the last number of used I was affected by. Yeah and I was everything why instagram is taken away likes and why they've adjusted their mandate is for people like I would wonder. Why am I only getting this amount of lakes right? What did I do wrong? What's the algorithm? What's this this? This person posted a similar thing. It was getting so bad I took a month off of social media or for you and you took over. I don't remember what month that was. But that was so good for me to completely clear my head because social media was needed a healthier relationship with idea social platforms. I it's funny. I don't I wouldn't say that I'm like untouched by it. But it's such a separate thing for me like I don't feel one with my socials at all in that was challenged. Actually this year When I had my instagram hacked and storage me. Yeah I remember your ransom and there was like an Internet bandit and Internet pirate and yeah so they like hacked. It I went to. It was weird too because the night before. I was talking to my best friend on the phone and we were just having a conversation about how people take their socials so seriously and like there are some people in our lives that we were like what would happen if their account was just gone like that and I the words left my mouth instead. I literally said I would be fine if tomorrow. Maine's diagram was gone and you know remember and I talked with An. I said I would be fine if it was deleted. Gone can't have it anymore. My children are safe and healthy. My husband is safe and healthy. I'm healthy I'm happy. We have a home like I. Kind of remember listing all the things that are just great in our lives. I woke up that morning and I went to just click on it and it was gone. Gone it's like doesn't exist. This will does not exist gun. I'm like Holy Shit and be careful where you aim that thing our friend. Lynette always says because like your lips to God's ears whatever that it whatever that may be too universe. It's will come in to listening stuff at all times. Yeah so but it was. It was really interesting. I didn't I didn't feel anxiety tune into what you felt and I took a deep breath and I was like okay. Everyone safe. Everyone's finding. I actually laughed because I'm like okay. Well you said it here you go. Here's a real test and then I called Danielle like six times. 'cause I'm like so this just happened because that was like it was her. I was talking to you and it was so crazy and then we did get it back but they actually wanted to pay want me to pay money for it and I'm like I'm not going to pay and I thought if they delete it and I have to start from scratch like nobis. Yup I learned a lot on social media as far self Self value and validation and those kinds of things and understanding. What's real and what's fake? What's kind of a cheap thrill? Or what's the real thing for my heart? What are some things whether they're big or small that you learned about yourself over the past sixty five days making us I have learned to take better care of myself..

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"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

Keeping It Kissel

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

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"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

Keeping It Kissel

16:37 min | 7 months ago

"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

"I'm sure you know like obviously manifestation work had you asked about height you definitely would have wanted. Somebody told kissing height. Oh thank you I I I mean for me and my dream girl although I never really thought about it I didn't expect to my wildest dreams that you being as exotic as you are songs Ronnie White Men would be in my league. I thought I'd I'd wind up with somebody very normal very normal. No not even close. I would wind up with somebody very Fiat. And I mean if I if I describe this person anybody who looks this way is going to get very offended because tread late. I just thought I'd get the the beauty is in the eye of the beholder is such a real real thing. Yeah he really comes down to like your own preferences and who you found attractive as a kid or who is kind to you how they We put attachments to those things. Or you're very very personality. Based oh my gosh yeah. It was for everybody watching Because this is a youtube series as well We've got some great some really killer stuff that Cecilia designed merchandise. Yeah be kind just an important thing to read every morning but he wants a modern there. We're GONNA switch to wine and maybe some whiskey a little bit later. I wonder how much wine you could fit in one of these. I wonder probably two and a half glasses. Two thirds of a bottle maiming. That's pretty decent. Who got you the Cup that said this? This might be wine. CAITLIN CAITLIN assists. They're gonNA have her and Jason on our podcast. Actually all couples. We're GONNA get well depends on. How many people we we get listening to this day. Yeah but back to manifesting my dream girl your dream guy so we finally do get together and a lot of people kind of how do I say doers? A lot of negativity around how fast I fell for you and the fact that I asked you to marry I think people really struggle Remembering what puppy love was and when that transitions into like true love and then I think people Forget what it was like to be young. I think that's one thing I've really committed to myself in this process of parenting is that I won't forget. Yeah like I remember my first break up. And how like downright brutal that was and so when the kids go through their experiences I WANNA remember that and hold onto it and hold space for them to feel all the feelings because nobody did that for me and from my experience with you. I don't know that anyone did that for you. Too and space for my feelings. Yeah Yeah I never felt feelings your feelings but your feelings of love to your feelings for me. It was very like The attitude that it could be squashed that it could be removed that it could be taken away like that. It wasn't real and it's like I don't care how old you are Your feelings are so I wanNA swear. But they're so fucking real of course and like not only are they still real But I would almost say the younger you are the less jaded you are the more raw it is. Oh absolutely. Because you've you're feeling these things for the very first time. Yeah you just think future generations. Don't respect children or their feelings in. It's like you are just as much human as a child as you are as a forty year old fifty year old person. Of course that's not okay. Yeah well I know that you're gonNA do great job. Were were both going to do the best. We are best young kids. Yeah but anyways to move back to People not being in support of our relationship. Nobody got it. We got it. I mean we've been together. We've BEEN MARRIED FOR EIGHT YEARS. Going eight and a half years going on nine. We've been together for nine. Almost yeah and hallows after nine ten. What are we GONNA do for a tenth? I have no idea. Where did you get? I don't know but it's GonNa be good Tell us have. We been together total while we met March fifteenth. Two Thousand Eight. So yeah I mean. We've been together that summer's when we really got together. Yeah says at twelve years by that summer I was telling everybody you're my girlfriend by the winter. I think we enjoyed Christmas together. I did come to your Christmas that year. Right of Oh eight okay. Yeah Yeah and so there is a lot of pushback I mean. I don't know if you've ever been so serious about someone I have no idea like. I don't know your here's your history. I two girlfriends in high school I broke up with a one of them. One of them broke up with me and the newest like super attached. I don't know we'll know because I know what love is so I never said I love you because I should probably mention that the first time I met you. And you don't remember meeting mean this is like a funny story because which I was going to do. Actually an episode eight. But that's okay. Let's tell everybody know whatever. It just came up so I met you. You don't remember meeting me. We have a short story in a long story of it. It's funny because you ask the you. You tell the long version of it. So we sat out in the grass. And like I went to. What was it centennial? Bonneville was hosting a centennial for the province of Berta. You're right you're performing. I didn't know that you were performing. I was just there with friends and you were friends with my friends so we just all sat and hung out and I thought you were so sweet but that was like it. There wasn't like instant connection clearly. Not for you because you don't remember and We were just with a group of friends and then you performed reason why. I don't like this story. I remember everything. Bread has steel. Remember up like but I have a feeling that if we were to go back and that like if you fell in love if you're smitten then the. Us You were fifteen. I was seventeen. What would that have done? What would that have accomplished our? We definitely would. I don't think would have nice school out of relationship then Yelich head. It would have never worked. I know so if you had like connected to me then. What would that have done other? Everything happens for exactly so I don't remember you at all from that. We went backstage after you had invited us all backstage but you were like really good friends with one of the girls that I was really good friends with. And so that's how that worked out and we came back and hung out and I remember you talking about your current girlfriend at the time right and you were like smitten like it was like the sun and moon rose and set on her behind. It was like wow and I in in it resonated with me because I had been dating guys. Were like Maybe jocks or jerks or whatever and the I just thought they would never like they when they talked about women it was like the ball and chain the old lady like it was very negative and you stood out to me in such a big way and I I remember thinking I didn't think to myself like Oh i WanNa be with that guy. It was like I want someone like that. I want someone to talk about me that way. When I'm not in the room I want someone to swoon over me that way and here. We are what I remember meeting you. I guess your time. My first time March Fifteenth Two Thousand Eight the Bonneville Eggs society or pro Rodeo was bringing the chuck wagons into town. I know that you've got the last pair of tickets and so I went with the same friend. Yeah so Yeah I remember when you came in. Is this on TV. You see what? I'm doing right now. So did eight Bonneville and they're bringing the chuck wagons into town and so I did the dance. Yeah And Clint was in the van to support her Kelly. I didn't know you were playing. I didn't really like I remember you want. It was just down dress pants and a slate. Silver Gray metallic metallic Almost like a tube top. Yeah shoplift strapless top. Just unbelievable. You're tanned is could be you move beautiful green. I literally it was like it was like Like a Tom and jerry or a looney toon episodes like Ruga feeling. I'll tell everybody so. During the dance I played peaceful easy feeling the eagles and I sing the first part ways. Berkeley any rings lay. Yeah Yeah where where was your skin in.

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"kissel" Discussed on Keeping It Kissel

Keeping It Kissel

13:28 min | 7 months ago

"kissel" 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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Time in Bottle

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:43 min | 8 months ago

Time in Bottle

"Today on time capsules strange message. According according to the International Time Capsule Society there are around fifteen thousand time capsules worldwide. A time capsule can be a box bottle bottle or literally a metal capsule as often as time capsules contain letters newspaper clippings about significant events. They also may contain a letter picture created by children. Often a school will bury a time. Capsule students ideas about what the future would look like sometime. Capsules are meant to to be opened in fifty years but most of notes on the outside of the container asking that it not be open until a specific date. The oldest time capsule in the United United States was created by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams and is believed to have been buried in seventeen ninety five making it the oldest known time capsule in the United. I didn't states time. Capsules have been discovered but most have been purposefully dug up an open to time. Capsules out of Japan contain remnants servers of Hiroshima many time. Capsules are simply intended to show what was going on when they buried it in an area of Germany were German. SS were trained in time capsules beneath the floor was filled with Nazi paraphernalia including pictures of Hitler two copies of his book Mein comp then there was a surprise time capsule discovered Robert Implying side at the American Legion post seventy six that had been sitting in the lobby when they decided to fasten it down for safety sake they discovered that it was a time capsule not just a capsule and it was from nineteen thirty four but someone else had discovered it earlier left a note that stated stated simply thanks for the brandy the note was tucked inside an empty brandy bottle nine schools created time capsules usually elementary grades usually with the idea idea that in fifty years most of the children stolen the area would appreciate the context when the count capsule was opened fifty years later in the nineteen fifties most children children wrote about flying cars rocket ships by the nineteen sixties letter reserve about pollution and becoming President Demolition crews in Albuquerque New Mexico discovered a time capsule from nineteen sixty eight Nero former elementary school. Most of the children wrote about their favourite TV shows. But I'm Greg Lee. Young men left a different kind of note. I'm dead. He said I go to Montgomery School. This is the olden school name. I was born born. Nineteen hundred you auto unless spelled A. U. T. O.. Now no I'm debt. My favorite subject is spooking. The police I I played the guitar in case. You don't know what it is. It is aboard with strings on it. I am ten years old seal later savages now granted. Greg uncowed Morbid. The most unusual times capsule moat certainly but one concerned. A prophecy came true. The capsule was metal. Camel box pulled from the foundation of a building all that was left of the buried and burned out logging town of climax in southern Cascade Kate mountain range. The child's printing date was nineteen forty eight described town on British Columbia's North Coast would boom in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine with over a thousand residents but will be completely deserted by nineteen eighty-two in the note he stated that the town would be as modern as any any community of that decade. He ended with the comment that even the town. Though the town was completely deserted it would still have electricity for thirty years first underneath a date. He printed his name. Philip Simon followed by grade three Mrs Sims class for decades the notes from that time capsule I found a climax collected dust police archive the department. Hired do officer who is given the assignment of cleaning out the back room. And that included the archives when he came to the letters from the time capsule page through them until he came to Phillips. The officer had grown up in Kissel BC and had vivid good memories of his family moving out of town in nineteen eighty search. On the station's computer reveal that indeed kissel had ended up deserted by nineteen eighty two and yet retain power lines for thirty years but when he searched the Internet for the author. Philip Simon none was found nor could he locate locate any school in the area around nine hundred and forty eight with a teacher. The last name of

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"kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

13:39 min | 1 year ago

"kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"How much do you want to have another sip of wine for you. Tell me because that's my whole thing on my last podcast. I was doing a podcast with Derek. Path and we're laughing. It's hard because I kept calling getting someone looped up before their confessions and now that's GonNa stick yeah so I feel pretty lubricated right now. Okay great go ahead. No you're going to deliver. I know here's the thing is that it's a it's a bit of a long. It's a longer story great with a bunch of different parts yeah. I'm GONNA start it. Starts in Vegas happens in Vegas ought to stay in Vegas now. It's standing on the on the podcast ballad. God lives on Instagram but this is pre instagram okay so CC and I are very first trip to Vegas. It's my twenty first birthday and so she takes me to show and it was actually really awkward awkward because it wasn't that great and there's only dudes in their their carnival greasy truckers and GRANDPA's and Oh. I'm not enjoying yeah but she takes me peepshow so I've got to take her to a show. Okay so we go to Chippendales okay and it was amazing it it is have you ever seen chippendales. No I did a podcast with a few guys from Chippendales in Vegas and they were telling a house like this sounds like so much fun. It's the best show it's an actual performance performance right and this is a dude. You don't see no dick nothing neck but it is an incredible show. It is so funny and entertaining meaning and it's like girls Gone Wild so I by Cecilia these crate tickets were right in the front row furthest to the left on the isle. Oh front row right on the floor right in front of the stage and I'm having a blast genuinely. I'm three quarters cut yeah but having a great time and the first song that they sing after they're like sort of the first routine they do is great and the crowds going nuts and full of bachelorettes everything everybody's having degree ties. CC's having a great time and the first song they sing is your husbands and your boyfriends aren't here you your husbands and your book on here so it's like setting the mood and these girls and then it's like girls gone wild so flashing now and everything like that it's like because they think that there's no other guys in the audience. So are we going to watch the show or am. I going to watch the car because it's a great time. Well like seriously you chase. We will take you to is so fun. They told us they said said it. You know what the guys coming. They're afraid at first by the end. They're the ones dancing around the best time so. CICI gets called up onstage. I she's looking fine. She's looking like knockout yeah all that and she's in the front row so she gets called up on stage fetus construction men worker routine and so it's it's it's Celia this other girl and a grandma who started like her seventy seventy fifth birthday with like a feather Boa. This is it. This has nothing to do with this is so she goes and it's funny so the Chippendales are like asking you what's your favorite position so you know she's got to say and so she says the other girl says this and then the end but you have to show on the chip and Dale and use them like a mannequin it ever so oh so you do that so it's funny and this grandma just takes the Chippendale by the hair between your legs show. This is my favorite position so we're nuts. Gramma wins the competition or but we all get called now backstage. Okay show's over now. We're all backstage why all these Zeros because if you're called up on stage visit mix and mingle with the Chippendales so while I'm CECELIA's plus one so I'm there. It's all all girls and I don't. I'M NOT GONNA say anything but Innuendo here is that these chippendales are picking up from the crowd to see all right. Who are we going to spend a little bit extra time hi with ours and they're thinking okay well. You Know Cecilia but she's got her husband and here I am so I'm like I can either be a stick in the mud and fold my arms and disappointed everybody sitting on or I can just they're chatting with these guys yeah. What's it like. What's your workout routine where you throw so so chatting with these guys are chat with one of the guys he's the singer in the group been he's kind of the host the MCI very handsome very attractive. Octavia African American guy and chiseled is could be a beautiful singer so I'm a singer to Sarai. We start talking. It turns out what we know. A lot of the same people in Nashville turns out he lived in Nashville turns out. He knows this guy and I know this guy ever published by the same guy and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Woah. He's like your good. People were going out so he takes us out okay so now. I'm full like nine and a half ten out of ten drums. CC's ten and we're having a great night and now we decided we're going partying with Chippendale yeah so we go with like four other chippendales balls and we go to this club and our partying. It's like a cover whatever and on this little white guy five foot six with all these like and these has guys through their clothes now but they're still has handsome as you've ever seen. CC's looking amazing or dancing with everybody then it's like K. One thirty let's go to the next club accorded the next club and it's kind of like a coup. Blais Frank Sinatra tuned. It's so now I'm drinking Martinis and everything like that Auden Change party. It's a little vibe changed exactly so it's now a couple chippendales leave and this guy is Kinda. Hosting whatever's skipped pretty close to licensors talk telling us about his you know his his life and get to know us goes arms around me or arms around Cecilia and like I can pick up on on social cues hundred percent yeah. I just can't pick up on sexual ono at all. He is trying to have a threesome and he's picking up. He's he's got his arms honest and I'm not picking laying down. I don't know if maybe she she knows. Maybe she has a I don't know but I'm I'm just happy to be there in the headlights around buddy too and everything and he's got his forehead to forehead is like I believe even you and your career and Mike thanks man and you're GonNa make it like you're GonNa make too so there we go to the next place go to the third place and it's this honky tonk country bar off the beaten path and he takes her for a dance because I go to the bathroom and and I come back he takes me for DADS doubts and nobody's own shirts of teaching him to to stab whatever he's like six foot four. I'm five foot six. He looks like a wrestler and then he that I'm like I'm I'm. I need to go home yeah. I've hit my limit yeah. I'm fifty fifty nine of ten drunk. I'm seeing double all right time to go home. It's time to go home. It's like all right. I'll take you guys home so it takes us all we pull up in a treasure island and that's all we could afford baseroom eighty nine dollars and I treasure island is like you know what that's fine. Oh walk up to your room. All thanks man. That's so nice seven raid guy. What a great guy. Everybody's listening to this like Brett. How are you know picking rallies laying down yeah and he so touchy feely with me but I thought he's just being nice. It's it's just a great guy. He's so nice and caring so careful with Asiana guy so we get into the elevator and he starts to hold my hand no and at that point did Click Click. Okay I sober up uh-huh and I'm thinking oh no ono I can't do this. I can't go through with this and it's like and it's like I just I don't know what to do and he's ten. He reaches any hold her. She looks at me like what what what what. What do we do. Mike what what what what we do so then we're walking awkwardly holding hands down the hallway. I'm just picturing this. It's incredible. It's three in the morning. Holly has chippendale and he goes in. We get to the room. He's like May I come in and I'm like well. I I don't know I you know I think it would. I think just need to go to bed you know or just not feeling good and and everything I don't really remember what he said and says okay well very nice to meet you and he hugs Cecilia and kisses her on the lips. I don't like okay okay whatever you know and he hooks me and he comes in and these big big beautiful African American lips any kisses me head. He kisses me wrong and I. I don't have the strength or the confidence to push them away way. He's like six foot four and he's got these big bear hands around and just big lips like like blonde his touching my lows touching my chin and his tongue just starts to go away and my teeth are closed discern pushes. Thank you my mouth. I don't like this okay man. It's okay like are just like I'm good man good man. Oh Oh so he's like I thought you guys would be into this and cecile is like no. That's that's fine. We're sore if we gave the wrong message or whatever I fine don't worry about. It and I just hope he goes had a good night. We had a great night. Thanks man great great to me. Oh He's like well. Take care you know everything alright so we there's more so he leaves and Cecilia and I we go we go in and we just lay down and I remember we both have our arms folded where laying on this queen size bed or not talking and thinking what just happened the why did I not see this was happening three hours ago. Oh God and then all we could think about was. We felt so bad that we let him on. What a great guy time. I'm like this is so Canadian of you guys that you're like. I'm so sorry you're let them on. Maybe all he wanted was a little white couple to have fun with and I thought to myself like under no circumstances. Could I have gone through with it right from just just like like and I'm like I'm not homophobic enough. It's just not my thing right but then I think from a physicality parked like what would he have done to me. What would have happened. Use your imagination. PM I am I am I would've. I would've needed a wheelchair to go back to fly back to Nashville that exporting what they do it this other nose cone and I feel so bad for the guy but oh my God like just because I'm like picture. It's so funny that you guys felt bad about leading us. My favorite part or is that you felt bad for leading leading them on yeah. That's what I like sexual accused. I just get on a pick on it. Pick up on it at all ever so innocent nice guys. She didn't see it happening either. Maybe she was is too drunk or whatever or maybe she did but she thought well by the time we get the next part. Brett's GonNa shut it down by the time we get to the elevator Brett's GonNa. Shut it down at at that point yet. Well maybe Brentwood this like. Maybe we gotta hear see side of the story. One of these guys love to hear she's like well. Maybe I'm just going to go with it because maybe maybe she thought it would make this yeah and that you just needed to figure out well. That's she's coming on the next podcast for that. I think she's she's aw she's got some stories to share that is that's a really funny story. I'm really glad you shared that so I don't remember what season of the bachelor it was yeah because I don't think it was yours yeah but one of the Chippendales that we partied with that night eight was on the show. Oh yeah that's US and a professional wrestler. His name was Kenny O. Nope that wasn't my he was African American Kim Kenny yeah he was on Rachel season. Yes yeah yeah so we see him. He he was was a Chippendale one hundred percent and he's telling me he was this is the story he was. He wasn't him. It wasn't Tim O. His buddy but we parted with him all night. Oh that's so funny funny way absolutely being I don't know if it was a known thing oh one hundred and fifty percent. Oh chippendale. That's so interesting. I'll tell you.

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As Amish Leave Farming For Other Work, Some Leave Their Homestead

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:47 min | 1 year ago

As Amish Leave Farming For Other Work, Some Leave Their Homestead

"This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast Business Gig fueled network solutions that help businesses go beyond the expected to do the extraordinary Gary comcast business beyond fast learn more at comcast business dot Com Lancaster County Pennsylvania is home to the biggest settlement of Amish the people in the United States now that community is growing fast and some of its members are leaving farms and moving into towns. Some towns have had to change their zoning laws laws so amish people can bring things like horses along with them. Rachel McDevitt of member station W. I t. f. has a story kids. There feeding chickens and goats outside of busy bees farm market in Lancaster county a Little Open Air Red Barn traditional amish farm stand stocked with fresh produce soft pretzels and handmade crafts every few minutes a horse and buggy passes by Kissel ESPINEL is visiting reading from New York City with her parents had just really fascinated dommage community and how they live my parents grew up in a farm obviously wait different from this but very very similar vibe but most amish people in Lancaster County are no longer working on farms. The price of farmland has risen from about eight thousand dollars an Acre acre a few decades ago to twenty thousand dollars today and fewer and fewer amish farming the majority were outside the home in businesses and construction and so they're moving into towns Strasburg Township Supervisor Michael Weaver is driving a black jeep wrangler on whiny back roads past farms and small clusters of homes spaced well apart. This is a prime example right here. He stops outside one fairly modest beige ranch house with what appears to be a large garage or a small barn. It's a carriage house with room for two horses and a buggy plot of ground butts no more than a half. Acre it used to be needed one acre of land per horse to keep the animal on your property but township zoning board was getting inundated with requests for exceptions from Amish moving onto smaller lots so the supervisors voted to allow up to two horses for the purpose of transportation to be kept on a half Acre Weaver says the rule change was made as a compromise between the Amish and who they call the English or non Amish. I have seen a cultural clash between between the Amish community and the English the religious group nearly doubles in size every two decades and it's starting to feel a little crowded in Lancaster county where Amish are about seven percent of the population to chat lap who has amish changes in township rules aren't enough to help his people continue. Can you their lifestyle. There's just so much more late. The focus is on on okay now. We did half Acre for two horses good for you. It's not gonNA last long. As my point lap describes himself as a mad visionary he got his real estate agents license several Oh years ago and he's been helping families move out of Lancaster County as they look for more space and affordable farmland now. He's actively scouting neighboring counties for new settlements. Let's and finding people interested in moving. He says it's a matter of identity. He wants to see more of his people moving to protect their faith and culture from the mainstream name. That influence comes back into the period. You can't change that but many are tied to the land. A local amish man says though he's had family members move. He's never considered leaving. We're not naming him because most amish don't allow recordings of themselves or religious reasons. This man fears backlash clash from his community if they knew he had allowed it as he sits at the end of his driveway his big white farmhouse just out of view. He says his ancestors have been in the county thiessen eighteen hundred he started this farm in nineteen seventy five richer here. Our ancestors are buried here. We feel attached this. It's part of our heritage but the realtor. Chet lab believes the Amish will evolve by either embracing more of the modern world or safeguarding the traditions of their faith outside of their historic homeland for NPR news. I'm Rachel McDevitt in Lancaster County Pennsylvania This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast Business Gig fueled network solutions that help businesses go beyond the expected acted to do the extraordinary comcast business beyond fast learn more at comcast business dot com.

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Trump Administration, Mr. Trump And Kissel discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Administration, Mr. Trump And Kissel discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"In the mid west, heavy rain and flooding. This spring has farmers struggling with their crops, this, the slowest, start the corn planting season on record now the Trump administration's trade policies, aren't helping that much as we hear from CBS's, dean Reynolds. The weather is a problem at a time. The Trump administration is waging a trade war with China, where US soybean exports have fallen about eighty percent. It's a decline that could mean a three billion dollar loss for American farmers, but Kissel, supports Mr. Trump and believes his tariff policy is a way to get better trade deals. He seems harsh right now but he's a businessman,

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Mr. Trump, Kissel And China discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Mr. Trump, Kissel And China discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"In the mid west, heavy rain and flooding. This spring has farmers struggling with their crops, this, the slowest, start the corn planting season, on record the Trump administration's trade policies, aren't helping the weather is a problem at a time. The Trump administration is waging a trade war with China, where US soybean exports. Have fallen about eighty percent a decline that could mean a three billion dollar loss for American farmers, but Kissel supports Mr. Trump sand believes his tariff policy is a way to get better trade deals. He seems harsh right now but he's a businessman,

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From laboratory in far west, China's surveillance state spreads quietly

WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

02:20 min | 2 years ago

From laboratory in far west, China's surveillance state spreads quietly

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"kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Oh, that's funny because he's, you know, he's, he's a, you know, fit guy, whatever tight tight teacher, especially a golf shirt like arm or something like that, and you can. You can see the stud like, so is that like yet is a bellybutton ring either way? I don't know. Okay. Last couple of questions. First of all, you have to promise me that you're going to go on Twitter and respond to some of your fans. I'm sure you do anyways, but to all these questions because I'm like, we ran out of time and I. Can't ask you all of their questions, but people really had great questions for you. We talked a lot about the things anyways, and sometimes I get around to asking questions sometimes I don't. What good conversation they had a great like enjoyed this. Well, it's been. It's been a great time wine laughs who more confessions, confessions next level. Next next level, I can't wait. I can't wait for my vinyls. Because they will live for it. And but yeah, go on Twitter in answer because a lot of people had great questions for you. But my last question was. What is a song that you've written that has like impacted you the most? That really like just speaks to you. It's my track three to one and the reason why it's it's been the probably the most important is because it was never meant to make it to the radio. It was just a song for Sacira and I. And it was just kind of like our story and I just thought it was gonna be our song. That's it. Yeah, never never meant to be a radio or song for the label or anybody, and we did the track and people are recorded it just like my voice notes and I played it for Cecilia. She's like, this is great. I played it from managers like this is great played for these people. It's great, and it turned out to be my first gold record, and it was never meant. I swear to you. It was more men to be like, hey, babe. I wrote a song frus and it's gonna be our little song and just are thing, and then it blew up, became our Sol. That's well. No, I have to listen to it. I, I mean, I did my serious research, but I didn't listen to three to one. So I'm going to, I hope you join maybe have I heard it on the radio, maybe probably. Probably give me a little ditty. It's three to canton Downey hours to drive in round town park by the water tower. Then it's one, two, three, no, you gotta get some sleep. So we say good nut in a mess until see again, I sang fast, but it's a mid tempo. First of all, damn, that was really good. It's very sweet, but I'm like man of anyone. Just put me on the spot like that. Like I'm like, not good under pressure. That was really good sharing that I'm going to end this with a joke. Are you ready? Yes. What does a farmer talk about when he's milking cows? What utter nonsense? I like it. Yeah, it's it's a farm joke. I'm like l. Berta you know, to call a cow with the legs ground beef? Yes. Do you have any more jokes? Why was the ant so confused? Because all of his rants. That's good. That's dad joke. And I also live for dad jokes, or I always try and end the podcast with joke, and usually my guest doesn't have any for me. So thank you for delivering my pleasure. Where can people find you your music you on and scrim everything? Tell tell the people everything. So Instagram at Brett Kissel. Twitter, Brett, Kissel Facebook, Brett Kissel music. The website is Brett Kissel dot com. And then obviously Spotify or apple, you can find all of my music. And if you don't mind, I was nominated a couple days ago. You were the CCA fans choice award. We really, yes. I was. People can vote going to see a fan, vote dot com. Put battle when I when this comes out on Tuesday, I will put it on my page and people can swipe up and they'll be awesome..

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"kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"kissel" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Kool-Aid is your favorite? Strawberry Kiwi. Oh, good one. Do you get nervous before a doctor's appointment. Yes, because I've had so many awkward ones Ridley. Oh yeah. I did Dr member that on family guy when he he's anyways, what? This is a funny fault question. What do you think of hot dogs? Oh, I love talk is, is a hotdog a sandwich? No, a hot dog is a hot dog. Okay. But if you Google would a sandwiches, it's meet between two pieces of bread wise and a hotdog a sandwich. I think it's because it's it's, it's own thing a sandwich. You have five hundred different flavors of sandwiches. Yeah. Like, oh, I'd like to sound, which would flavor or hotdog. No, you just want to haunt dog. I just I think he's like its own thing. Graduated to become its own thing. I agree with you because same thing you could say a hamburger is a sandwich, what's burger? That's a great point. This great point yet is serial soup. No, I agree with you. Why are there people out there that thinks cereal is a soup. I don't know if somebody asked me today and I was like, no, no, real deserves. It's. Own category. Agree. What's your favorite kind of serial? It fluctuates right now. I'm on a mini wheats kick. Okay. Rostered. Yeah, one hundred percent. Yeah, and my little girls love it because we call them hay bales. Okay, that's horrible. And so he'd he bails and the frosting snow, it's, do you want that? I'm stealing bills? Yeah, but I love cinnamon toast crunch tests. That's my rhesus. It's a bit much, but it's delicious. It's delicious. Treat once in a while. Sean gonna come to my house and like they do on the shows and just take all this crap out of the fridge. Yeah, that's right. But I know he can't. So he can't take that away from you and you can use that as an excuse for your cheat day. Okay. Yeah. What is your own asking you that middle name which meal name? Allan Allan Allan. Kissel it's a good name. Yeah. What's your middle name done? Dawn Caitlyn, Donna Brazile. And I remember getting so upset because I watch full house and Stephanie Tanner wanted to change her name to dawn and they're like, oh, why would you want to name yourself? Dawn? And they were like making fun of it. I remember being scarred when I was little like thinking, my middle name was terrible and they're like, why would you want that Don? Don, Don, Don. And I was like, oh my God. Well, and then they're like Donald Duck, and they're making fun of my middle name. You know, I'm all, say, screw him. Bob segment, stupid sweater, wardrobe budget, how much do you think they spend on their sweater, wardrobe, budget? I don't think that they would have spent much on on on like a wardrobe at all. I think for shows like that, you know, they know, especially because they would recycle the shoes and jeans and just it's changing different tops. So it'd be right. Three family knows Dave, or you could be like family guy and just PISA, Griffin, white shirt greenband every time every day time..

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"kissel" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"kissel" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Jordy kissel outweighed okay crap w dublin you've got to using the extreme in the shuckers yourself premium stephen on on shackles default cave actual match physics.

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"kissel" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"kissel" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"You may be bad kissel original beer dave's house seems to be so but they shared it so he's under the under he sober okay technically so the rain was dwindling unmistakable the bladders becoming fuller that beer i shared my buddy dave's before i left was no doubt the culprit the thing was i didn't even like using those pretty bathrooms at macy's little on this rut rundown no doubt spider infested truckers dump but since the rain had stopped and nobody else was around at the moment i convinced myself it was best it was the best time to go unlucky my door dashed over to the men's interest luckily a single bulb hanging down from the cobwebs ceiling lit the cubed windowless room there was an empty energy drink bottle in the in the in the single sink a discarded hooded raincoat in the corner and when i hoped was just rainwater soaking the yellow tiled floor as i made use of the stained stainless steel journal the heavy downpour of rain began again like applauding angels the rule of water and sound reverberated throughout the bathroom even through the rain i could i still couldn't mistake the sound of my car's engine starting up i zipped up and bolted to the entrance almost slipping over okay i did slip over but i stumbled up just in time to see my tail at speed away back towards the interstate before vanishing in the watery curtain of the blasted storm his car's been stolen oh i stepped back into the restroom checking my pockets and realizing that i indeed had left the keys in the ignition so must have been waiting in anticipation for me to finally get out of my car someone who had obviously got his courage from the energy drink in the sing i cursed the big foot man on the radio in anger for causing me to leave the keys in the ignition to listen to his dribble curse you big foot man but soon but soon relief washed over as i pulled out by cell phone i would call the police and they would head then they would take.

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