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"mallory" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"It. It works and talking to mallory millet. Mallory i still can't get over. We've been having this conversation. Starts out with mick jagger. Joan collins david david bowie his bongo player. We got pablo honey in the mix And then we end up with mother theresa. Although mother theresa was eighty six and jaguars eighty seven and bowie. Go the but the point is that you have had this kind of a life. And we're only scratching the surface. I'm gonna keep you here. Because i want to talk to you about tony bennett shelley winters whom i love elizabeth taylor michael. Cain you've got all these stories. I love it. They're just so it's just fascinating. Tell more of those stories going to have you back immediately. We're not gonna let you leave the room. Because i do want to talk about that. And they you said you lived with shelley winters. Yes she gave me your house in hollywood for two solid years. Free rent free when one. What decade was that. This was right around that time. When was that was like eighty six eighty seven right around in there and shelly had directed me in some plays and she wanted me to make it big as an actress and she was willing to do anything to help me. And this host star see. I know shelley winters. Initially people of my age principally from you know something like ridiculous like the poseidon adventure. We're plays i guess she's married to jack albertson in that in an adventure you get gene hackman you get the whole crazy crew but of course. She's an amazing actress. And last time. I spoke with you. I was telling you that one of the greatest films is Starring michael caine and shelley winters. And it's alfie. The first alfie. Not jude law was made in nineteen sixty seven. It is an amazing film. Alfie and what struck me about it. Other than the spectacular acting of michael. Cain who was so impressive in nineteen sixty. Seven and alfie. But there's there's an abortion in the film and this is of course six years before roe v wade so they don't show you anything but it's clearly portrayed as a horrific thing it's deeply horrific and you realize that after that season hollywood wouldn't do them anymore they were kind of carrying water for for the pro-abortion robbie and stuff but that movie. I mean it's not about that but it's just a moment in the film but you knew michael. Cain you knew shelley winters. Well so we're gonna we're gonna keep you around to to talk about that. You also met elizabeth taylor. You knew tony. Bennett and marlon brando. You really knew marlin brand new him very well you know. What decade was that That was okay. It was writing act. Yeah so when. I first arrived back in In the united states which was nine thousand. Nine hundred sixty eight i met marilyn in nineteen sixty eight and it was doing that. That was a weird season for him. That's godfa but he was kind of messed up before superman he couldn't get arrested. He no he was a mess mess. But the point is that people of my generation know him initially from the godfather right because that was like one of the greatest films ever made it right and then of course. He has his early career with elia kazan. And by the way you know that happened next door to where we are. What do you know that right next door to the studio. That's where i studied privately with leaf. Right here on this block where we are in this building. I can't even right through that wall. See album sitting britain. The other side is the ghosts marlon brando. That's what we were saying. We pulled up surgeon. Honey this is the lee strasberg studio. And i studied privately with lee three years and lee. Strasberg of raiders huge deal. He was in the coach. Greatest acting coach that ever lived in godfather to. Oh yeah he played. Hyman roth terrible actor. Aided his acting really yeah when he was the greatest acting coach when lee. Strasberg was watching you work. Yeah it's the greatest audience you ever had in your entire life. Feel like in his mind he was shaking your hand. All right. we're gonna go to where we're we're at a time up folks. I'm talking mallory millet. Mallory millet dot com. Check it out. Mallory remillard dot com more on the other side..
"mallory" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"You folks we don't normally talk about mick jagger on this program and let me be honest. It's intentional but my guest. Mallory millet friend Has had all these crazy experiences with people. I'm looking at the list. Like a mother. Theresa marlon brando. David bowie michael caine. Liz taylor tony bennett. So right now. We're talking about your experience. With mick jagger so you in the middle of a room with mick alone what happens well so first of all. I am so stunned at. What's before me because this is not even remotely the person i thought i was meeting. What does that mean standing in front of me. Yeah is the most exquisitely haberdasher unbelievably extraordinarily glamorous british gentleman he. He was dressed nicely he was just wearing wearing the most gorgeous savile row. Three piece suit. Then you ever probably afford in your entire life. I have never seen any man before or since put out the way this man was he had on the most gorgeous three piece suit the most beautiful shirt the most exquisite tie so perfectly tied. Everything was so. I was breathless. Yeah this was not mick jagger. His hair was so beautifully. Coffee was at british gentleman of the poshest. He was so posh so why was he. Dressed that way in mixing studio yes. I expected him to be working attire. I have no idea. I have no idea why he was dressed. This way i began to realize that this was maybe intended by them. Some kind of fix up that. He thought he was going on a date with me. I didn't know so pablo honey. You're not much friend. Yes this is how. Thomas feels pablo. Honey thomas is furious with pablo because when we realized i realized later that was but anyway so mick jagger and i stood at this place yeah first of all first of all i have to tell you. He offered me his hand. Yeah i at that point experienced a handshake. The likes of which i have never accepted with. Std's and no in my life there are only. There's this handshake and one other. That struck me so deeply. He had the warmest deepest most compassionate most Human friend nobody talking about his and shake was so incredible i to this day. I remember that handshake is. I can't imagine what that means. Just the the beauty of his handshake the warmth and the friendliness do you think this was like he's coming onto you handshake. Like i wasn't thinking like that. It obviously mallory. I'm trying to help you. These decades later to try to make sense. Sir of what is sounds like a little setup. No it was just another human being shaking. My hand was deeply shaken by the intelligence the warmth right the tenderness clear satan comes as an angel of light so mick this wants to make it with the beautiful woman. That's excited to meet him. And so what happens. So this is part of my point. You hit right on part of my point here in the whole wrap up of stories. Is that handshake. And we spent about three hours. We never met aching hands. Wait no we stood in the same spots we were in where we show cans and we stood there and we talked for about two and a half to three hours. We never moved. We never sat down whenever anything. We hit it off so big. We had so much fun together. He he was. The most wonderful conversationalist wise we saw. Why does he care to talk to you or you. He can talk to anybody who wants. I have no. I've got an idea. Yeah right so at the end of its three hours or so. I'm getting very nervous. I've got a break away. I've got to make this plane. Cobbler hit the road. He's not in the room. Oh pablo was never there. He introduced me and left and make an i. R. alone for three hours in this room just yet but abbott abbott abbott abbott. Talking having so much fun laughing he did you talk about anything that you can repeat on the program. I don't really remember. It was just gossip if it was just fun. It was chatter and the thing of it is that he. He's you know. He's a graduate of the london school of economics. I'm quite aware and he. So he's is really nothing like what he's delivering on the stage roy s. created this character. He's a master marketer and ensure stormy waters for you by the way he's marketing this character. Jumping jack flash but but is there a new mall that you can share with the program whereas it just too horrifying know what it is is that i said i must leave. I have to go to this weekend. Yeah excuse me and did he did. He say perhaps we can get together and shake hands again. I've got a hole in my schedule or we can shake hands. No he asked me to dinner. He said we have to go to dinner. I said i can't go to dinner. I have to meet this plane one point. Did you mention you were married to the guy sitting over there. Who's a friend of mine. And i'm angry on his behalf mallory. At what point did that come up. I'm sure from the very beginning. I let him know that. I was married but he wanted me to have dinner. He wanted to continue the conversation cores. And and i said. But i have to meet this plane. I've got to go. i've got to please stay in. Have dinner with me well. I'll make sure you this that. This i said no i really can't i have to go. I have to go. And so pablo had come back. Because i really needed to leave and pablo was ushering. Me out and make still saying please stand have dinner. And i'm saying i really can't i really can't and pablo is chasing me out into the parking lot chasing me screaming. But it's mick jagger it's mick jagger now chance to be great lance you have your life you life totally destroyed and i'm saying to him. I don't care if it's making mouser santa claus. I don't care who it is. I've promised going to meet this plane..
"mallory" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Biz anecdotes. Completely fluffy nonsensical and fun. And i have my friend. Mallory millet danaher mallory. Millet dot com mallory. Look you have so many stories. You're so you were friends. Good friends with marlon brando Who grew grew to be the size of a house at the life. I mean it's kind of an amazing thing. Orson welles dan ackroyd There are certain people that they just blow up beyond reckoning keith. You try to imagine what. Excuse me what what's going on over there. But you knew him when he was thin. He was glamorous beautiful beautiful human being. I mean beautiful Physically physically and You know as an actor right. Sometimes i always wonder what's the big deal about certain people and then you see something when he was in i guess was julius caesar when he when he does the romans conference romans. When i saw that. I thought to myself now i get it. You just thought to myself. I never really had seen whatever that was the sequoia about him. I mean everybody knows. He's a great actor. But we were you finally see like oh my goodness. He's a genius. But you saw the human side of him so in the late sixties. He's calling you up. You said during the break that you talked him out of suicide. Oh yeah oh. Marie would call me and she'd be she say i'm up in san francisco right now and It it would be midnight or something. I'm up in san francisco right now and marlins home alone and he's going to kill himself and you've got to get over there right now and i'd go murray is midnight. It's marlin. he's pleased mallory. You've got to go there now. You've got to get in your car and get up there right this minute so i would do that. I would toodle on up to marlins house and this is where up on mojo drive. Yeah twelve nine hundred. Mulholland drive was his addressed remembered very well and and i would go up there and there i would find marilyn and he would be you know. Marlin was an alcoholic. This is something that nobody in the whole world ever knew. Nobody knew he was an alcoholic. I i've never said about him. you've never heard it said about him right you know. He had a terrible problem with alcohol and he would be up there all alone with a bottle of booze. Would it be wearing a kimono or address or something. No but he had a raccoon who lived in his bathroom. He had a raccoon named emma that lived closeted up in the bathroom. So i mean why did marlins raccoons bathroom and when you say anything i it sounds to me like some kind of dirty euphemism bathroom if you know what. I'm saying. bill closeted in his bathroom. Just saying wh what are you doing in the bad wine. And he have raccoons them in the bath. I can't tell you. I have absolutely no idea okay. It was instead of having a dog. I have no idea i used to ask him and he just laughed and no he just vocab but so you'd visit him and he would go up there and i talked to him. I'd keep him from killing himself. I be there for hours. I would he want to kill himself. Oh what i don't understand well. First of all. Alcohol is a depressant and and people who drink alcohol generally depressed all the time you are now and i've known you for years. Your woman of serious christian faith were you a a a serious believer in those days was not part of the strength that you brought to so no you were just a friend. I was very new. Agey then i had a guru in manila. You know you had a guru in manila. Yeah that sounds like another dirty euphemism. Really remember that girl. Sure mine in manila. Do you know what i'm talking about. No so wait a minute come on. You had a grumman okay. So you're into the new age but you'd go and you talk to you know i don't mean to make light of this. This is horrifying so he really wanted to kill himself. Oh definitely oh. He wanted to be dead he. He hated his life. He was so miserable. How what's the last connection. When did you stop being friends with him. Well you know. I really needed so much to be able to make a living and My friend mendez was a man named leo guild. Who was a gossip columnist in hollywood and very very well known and leo was worried about me to. He'd say gotta figure out a way for you to make a living out and go and one day. He called me up and he said. I want you to come to a meeting with me today. I've got an idea for you. So i go to this meeting in hollywood with a man and i've never gotten it straight with this man's name was i keep thinking it was huntley bluntly i keep trying to remember this man's name it was sort of like mercedes benz or i don. It was arm and hammer something like that and Leo osias me into this room with this man. And this man starts telling me that They run confidential magazine and they wanted to. Have you know remember rona barrett unfortunately ruin barrett had this five minutes show. That went along with the evening news every night gossip show. I remember rona. They wanted to have rival to rona barrett and they wanted me to do a five minute nationwide broadcast of gossip running along with the evening news. Like our corey. Hey and they. They offered me this job right off the bat. They said we're going to do a pilot. We're going to work on it for six weeks and will pay you a thousand dollars a week. I hadn't seen a thousand dollars in. I don't know how long i was. I was flabbergasted. And yet i wanted to be a serious actress. I'd i was into this thing was going to be a great actress all of that and so i kept saying to these people. I can't do that. I mean nobody would offer barrett a role on broadway. A joke right nowadays. You could do stuff like that. But then no that was not right out and i said i can't do this. I.
Spider-Man: No Way Home and the Best Trailers of 2021
"The biggest trailer in the history of trailers premiered a couple of weeks ago. It's spiderman no way home. Now if you're a fan of the ring a podcast network. There was a two plus hour episode of the ringer verse entirely about this trailer. Hosted mallory ruben featuring danielson there was also a green room execution with mallory and then there was also a conversation between chris and andy on the watch about the spiderman. No way home trailer. So what do we have to contribute to this conversation. I actually do have something. I i love so much in. Particular is one of the greatest out there. But i do not listen to the two our breakdown of the trailer because that is engaging with the trailer and m. c. you and the world building in the way that fans of that franchise in existence do and i just engaged with things differently but i did listen to the watch. And here's the one thing that i think. Everyone is missing from this conversation. Wow here we go. I'm excited about this. Which is just understanding that. Tom holland is basically a one man one direction at this point for an entire generation. And so the the idea that this is like the most watch trailer ever has a lot to do with you. Know spiderman and the popularity of these movies and yada yada. It also has a lot to do with a lot of fans of a certain age who for whom tom holland and sunday and also like a massive massive star. They are the entry point for these movies. These franchises and also kind of the most important. I mean there's just like a teen beat quality to this which i do not say it's important for the teens. Have idols it really is. I'm speaking for the teen girls here. Anti boys honestly. I don't know why being exclusionary but so i what i think is interesting is to what extent can you convert those fans like phase. Whatever but clearly part to you and the multi verse which is what both this trailer and internals and this next chapter is trying to do
"mallory" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"American records fifteen world records and now is getting ready for the paralympics in tokyo. Her first race will be Day three of this event she plans to do six events in the games We talked about the medical incident that caused her. Pull up paralysis. How she sort of rediscovered swimming. After the incident Fell in love with it all over again That injury mentioned that nearly ended her career that she fought back from to keep competing Her new book the work. She's doing outside the pool. Lots of stuff. She is such a bad. And i know you guys are going to love this conversation. That's what she said super excited to talk to mallory. Today you guys are used to me having incredibly impressive people on this podcast but as you heard the bio. They're just unbelievable. Accomplishments and. I often find mallory that people who have had some great adversity or challenge in their lives. Come through with the perspective that many others are not blessed with and it feels as though from reading about you and looking into your book and a lot of the work that you do your similar and i can't wait to get into how your perspective has been shaped by your life but i wanna go way back to egan minnesota where you grew up. What kind of kid were you. Oh goodness growing up. I was extremely chatty but also a little shy it dependent on the the environment that i was in when i was in the comfort of kind of my safety net. If you will around friends and family my family always jokes. I was always the last one at the dinner table because it took so long to finish the meal. Because i just kept talking but i had a great childhood. I've really fond memories of the baby of three girls ahead. Two older sisters Looked up to and we have memories of panel lessons together. Earn swimming club swim. Meets together going on family. -cations camping through the canadian rockies road trips and i i loved childhood i feel like i am fortunate to have those memories and you were into sports from a young age especially swimming. Did you. sports or was always focused on swimming. You know. I have memories of playing soccer back when i feel like everybody gets thrown into soccer except for the fact that i was definitely the kid that just like sat in pick to. Dav lions. i don't know if i ever actually played soccer by probably chatted. I was definitely in it. For the orange slices at the end of the game and the juice. Fox's but no i got into this when i was seven years old and that was kind of just having took i fell in love with it and it's very much of your own sport. You wanted to be. And so. I kind of kept down that track. Not just around but all day actually. Both of my prom dates were swimmers. I don't know why i think it's just. They tend to be tall They tend to be tall. And i'm quite tall. So i think we gravitated toward each other but the early mornings after school. The chlorine hair. They both had bad hair for prom Or you know swimmers hair So i mean that's all that's a lifestyle that you learn even at seven maybe not so much seven but what were your events in in high school and did you have aspirations of collagen olympics.
"mallory" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Folks. I wouldn't go way down the street so nobody knew me a agile. Gpo talking to mallory. Millet mallory i still can't get over we've been having this conversation. Starts out with mick jagger. Joan collins david david bowie his bongo player. We got pablo honey in the mix And then we end up with mother theresa. Although mother tree was eighty six and jagger was eighty. Seven and bowie go. They'd either but the point is that you have had this kind of life and we're only scratching the surface. I'm gonna keep you here. Because i want to talk to you about tony bennett. Shelley winters whom i love Elizabeth taylor michael cain. You've got all these stories. I love it. They're just so it's just fascinated having until more of those stories. Have you back immediately. We're not gonna let you leave the room. Because i wanna talk to you about that. Now you said you lived with shelley winters. Yes she gave me your house in hollywood for two solid years. Free rent free when one. What decade was that. This was right around that time. When was that honey. Was like eighty six eighty seven right around in there and shelly had directed me in some plays and she wanted me to make it big as an actress and she was willing to do anything to help me. And this star see. I know shelley winters. Initially people of my age. No her principally from you know something like ridiculous like the poseidon adventure where she plays. She's married to jack albertson in that in the adventure you got gene hackman. You get the whole crazy crew. But of course. She's an amazing actress. And the last time i spoke with you i was telling you that one of the greatest films is Starring michael caine and shelley winters. And it's alfie. Yes first alfie. Not the one with jude law. It was made in nineteen sixty seven. It is an amazing film alfie. And what struck me about it. Other than the spectacular acting of michael. Cain who was so impressive in nineteen sixty. Seven and alfie. But there's a there's an abortion. The film and this is of course six years before roe v wade so they don't show you anything but it's clearly portrayed as a horrific thing it's it's deeply horrific and you realize that after that season. The hollywood wouldn't do that anymore. They were carrying water for the for the pro abortion Lobby and stuff but that movie. I mean it's not about that but it's just a moment in the film but you knew michael. Cain you knew shelley winters. Well so we're gonna we're gonna keep you around to to talk about that. You also met elizabeth taylor. You knew tony. Bennett and marlon brando. You really knew marlon brando him very well you read. What decade was that That was Okay wayne riding act. Yeah so when. I first arrived back in In united states which was nineteen sixty eight. I met marlin and nine hundred sixty eight and it was doing that. That was a weird season for him. That's godfather he was kind of messed up before superman he couldn't get arrested. He no he was a mess. I mean you always was messed but the point is that people of my generation know him initially from the godfather right because that was like one of the greatest films ever made and he had done that yet. Right and then of course. He has his early career with elia kazan. And by the way you know that happened next door to where we are what do do you know that right next door to the studio. That's where i studied privately with lee for years on this block where we are in this building. I can't even though it's like right through that wall. See we're album. Sitting on the other side is the ghost of marlon brando. That's what we were saying. Is we pulled up. I said honey. This strasberg studio and i studied privately with leave for three years and least draws burgers huge deal face. He was in the coach. Greatest acting coach that ever lived and you know he was in godfather to played. Hyman roth terrible actor. I think so. I just hated his acting really. Yeah when he was the greatest acting coach when leased prospered was watching. You work yeah. It's the greatest audience you ever had in your entire life. Feel like in his mind he was shaking your hand. All right. we're gonna to go to where we're we're out of time up folks. I'm talking to mallory millet. Mallory miller dot com. Check it out. Mallory millet dot com more on the other side..
How God Arranged Mallory Millet's Meeting with Mother Theresa
"I have this attitude. That god's gonna make whatever he wants to have happened to me happen to me. So i'm not going to punch people out to be able to your mother theresa meet their breathlessly right shoving people out off into a ditch. So i meet the singer. So i just said to thomas. Let's leave because this is humiliating. And i can see that she's disgusted. She does not like being treated like a rockstar. She's not happy about this. So i said let's leave. Let's leave so we leave we and we're going to try to find a way out of this building and is this big church in the bronx some enormous cathedral or something. I don't know what it was but it was very hard to find your way out. We were going up and down weird always and things and suddenly. We came down some little stairs. Lisa had finally caught up with us and the three of us see little doorway down there that goes out to an alley and we said good. Good this way to get out. Don't tell me so mick jagger the yelling you're such your riot. This is one of the funniest people on earth people. This man is so funny. Anyway We head toward the door and justice. We opened the store onto this alleyway. Just back back. Thin little tiny alleyway. We opened the door. This pickup truck suddenly pulls up right in front of the doorway and stops. So we've opened the door. And the next thing i know. Mother theresa is her face is here. She sitting in the passenger seat of this pickup truck with the window. Open and all of a sudden thomson standing here. And here's mother teresa's is away from yours right why she is why i mean. First of all there wasn't even during a pickup truck. I what the whole thing was. So i was thinking driving an suv. Something no she. And how did she get from where she was right. And we did all told the padre peo- by location about that and imagine so anyway there. She is in the window to feed from my face and she said well. Hello and i said mother. Teresa a wonderful And she put out her hand. And that's what i was going to tell you. there was a handshake. Yeah and this handshake. Now this was before mick jagger a year before this was the most exquisite handshake that i have ever ever until that moment experienced in my life. That woman's heart and soul were in her handshake. The warmth the beauty of she was so warm and open to thomasson me. She chatted with us a little when she shook my hand. I kissed her hand. I was so moved by by god. Creating this insane coincidence this weird place where we we got our own private little moment with her in a truck and a pickup truck. And all i have to say is the two greatest handshakes i ever had in. My life were from saint and a bit of a
George Hamilton and Elizabeth Taylor Were an Item
"Had a few people over for dinner and she had george hamilton. Who co starred with her was at that time. Cohabiting with elizabeth taylor george. Hamilton taylor minute. Yeah i've ever heard this yeah. This is some juicy gossip. Metaxas show george hamilton and elizabeth taylor. Elizabeth taylor had a big thing had a thing. Oh yeah wow oh yeah they were together for what. I've got a thing for hamilton's tan. But i just can't. He just won't give me the time of day he. He also lived in our building. You live in your building in the building that wait a second so caitlyn elizabeth in her chief. She was married eight times. yeah And but you're saying that she had She had many years Some kind of relationship with george
Mallory Millet Recounts Her First Encounter With David Bowie
"We hit it off and we started talking and we got along. We had a lot of fun and they said. Would you like to come to our state room. Because we'd like to play some of our music for you and and we said well. They were on their way to do his american debut at radio city musical which had been sold out. And you're on their way to do To do this big show. So they brought us to the state room and the next thing i know. Listen i are sitting on the sofa and david. Bowie is lying on the floor in front of us between sitting on the floor and lying on the floor playing his guitar and singing his entire repertoire for the show at radio city to me like you might want to shake your hand. No no there was not the slightest suggestion of anything like that now. We ended up spending the entire week. Crossing the north atlantic amidst. Is that a you file or something is that a euphemism is the north atlanta. Hey there's kids that listen to this program so you're crossing the north atlantic s. Wink wink with david bowie player and the vago player and they were perfect gentleman. Nobody ever came on to anybody and we spent the entire week with
How Mallory Millet Became a Nationwide 'Gossip Gal'
"Rona barrett unfortunately rona barrett had this five minutes show. That went along with the evening news every night gossip show. I remember rona. They wanted to have a rival to rona barrett and they wanted me to do a five minute. Nationwide broadcasts of gossip running along with the evening. News like our corey. Hey and they. They offered me this job right off the bat. They said we're going to do a pilot. We're going to work on it for six weeks and we'll pay you a thousand dollars a week. I hadn't seen a thousand dollars in. I don't know how long i was. I was flabbergasted. And yet i wanted to be a serious actress. I'd i was into this thing where i was going to be a great actor and all of that and so i kept saying to these people. I can't do that. I mean nobody would offer rona barrett a role on broadway joke right nowadays. You could do stuff like that but then no would. That was not allowed. And i said i can't do this. I was heartbroken. I needed the money so badly. But i said you know my mother would die. She would kill me. If i ended up a gossip columnist on the evening news. My mother would never speak to me again right. i mean i i just. I can't do it. i can't do it so huntley bentley said to leo guild. Take her to the brown derby by a big wonderful lunch for her and talk her into it. So leo took me off to the brown derby and we're sitting at the brown derby which is where all the stars were. It was fabulous restaurant. And he's saying look at this place. If you take this job two months now everybody here is going to be coming in kneeling at your feet. They're all gonna wanna be. I said i can't do it. My mother would never speak to me again. You have to understand. I've got this mother that you don't cross. And he just you know he said mallory. Are you crazy. listen to me. You're lousy opportunists. I said why he said look. People are offering to pay you thousand dollars a week for six weeks and then at the end of the six weeks. It's it's a redo like you can both decide. Both sides can decide whether to go on together or not if they'll have gotten the the The islet out of you and they'll be able to use that and they could go hire somebody else. Just take the six thousand run if you wanna do. But at least you'll have money and i went. Oh my god. I'm so crazy. Why didn't i think of this. And he said let's do that so we went back to huntley bentleys and i have no idea what this man's name was. You're making wonder who was. And we told him i would take the
Mallory Millet Saw the Human Side of Marlon Brando
"Have so many stories you so you were friends. Good friends with marlon brando Who grew grew to be the size of a house at the end. I mean it's the kind of an amazing thing orson welles. Dan ackroyd There's people that they just blow up beyond reckoning. You keep you try to imagine. Excuse me what what's going on over there. You knew him when he was thin. He was glamorous beautiful beautiful human being. I mean beautiful physically physically and as an actor. Sometimes i always wonder. What's the big deal about certain people and then you see something. When he was in. I guess was julius caesar when he when he does the romans conference room. It's gonna when. I saw that. I thought to myself now i get it. You just thought to myself. I never really had seen whatever that was the sukhois about him. I mean everybody knows. He's a great actor but we were you finally see like oh my goodness there's he's a genius But you saw the human side of him so in the late sixties. He's calling you up. You said during the break that you talked him out of suicide. Marie would call me and she'd be she say i'm up in san francisco right now and It would be midnight or something. I'm up in san francisco right now and marlins home alone and he's going to kill himself and you've got to get over there right now and i'd go murray is midnight is marlin. He's you know please mallory. You've got to go there now. You've got to get in your car and get up there right this minute
Why Marlon Brando Hated Hollywood
"In this world with these people and of course marlon brando in sixty eight. At this time he is a. It doesn't get very much bigger. No marlin brennan. But he was he had run a he. He'd run his career into the ground. I mean when you think about his his big stuff you know when when he was working on while all the all the classic films with the ilya kazan. But by the later sixties he could get work and y well first of all hated. Hollywood despiser with the red hot hatred. Not only that but are you ready for this. I don't know it's to be. This is quite a revelation. This children'll island brando to acting. Yeah loathed. it hated hollywood wounded. The whole acting world hated broadway. Hated movies didn't wanna ever act again Because he used to say to me mallory. It's fine for a woman. It's a feminine profession. You might be able to get somewhere in it and you might enjoy it but for a forty four year old man. He was forty four at the time for forty four year. Old man to have twenty year old kids. Who don't know anything about anything. Giving him orders and telling him when they can work and where to stand in to speak and how to do. I've had it. I'm a man. I need to have a manly life. You know what i'd like to be. You know what. I'd give anything in the world to be an. I'd say what marlene united. Sit there. And i'd say you know i'm sitting here listening to marlin complete exact and nobody's ever going to believe me you're you're you're blowing my mind. And he said you know. I i tell you. He said I if i had my druthers in this world i would be the first vice president of prudential life insurance company. And i'd go. That's kinda sunny very smart and funny but that is that is hilarious ways basically saying i want a normal normal life. I want to go to work and come home and be done with it right. I just want to have a normal family with some kids and live like a normal person. I can't stand this
"mallory" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Metaxas. Show with your host. Eric metaxas sports fans. I liked to have fun on this program and usually that involves friends of mine talking about fun stuff for example. My friend mallory. Millet mallory millet danaher first of all. Welcome back to the program. Thank you usually when you're on the program we're talking about all this political stuff because you're just a i. Would i met you through our mutual friend and coulter and you very active politically so You're the director of the david. Horowitz freedom center blah blah blah. We're not gonna talk about any of that. The last time we had dinner. You started telling me truly amazing stories of your encounters with huge Celebrities in the show business world so before we get into how you know one giant name after the other and your experiences with them. Mallory how did you get involved in show business to begin with because now i think of you mainly as a political activist. But how did you get involved while. I was in the Rochester theater guild in rochester minnesota briefly before then went to live in the philippines and when i went to live. Did you live in the philippines. Well this was my first marriage which has been annulled and this father of my child and he was made president of three m asia at the tender age of twenty nine and we were sent suddenly over to the far east. And i found myself living in manila so i joined a manila theater guild which was a group of people who has survived the sounded tomas prison camp in world war two. They they decide that got together in the campaign decided if they did a little theatre group in the camp they might all survive because they have something that's occupying them so they were fantastic group of people and once the war was over the these situated themselves in the army navy club. Manila bay right there in this gorgeous big army navy very somerset. Mom kind of setting you know and They did this fantastic theatre absolutely wonderful. I had ball working with these people. So i produced for them. I produced the fantastic's southeast asia. Which was a big hit. Not many people can say that know southeast asia. Wow okay so you. When that stint is over you come back to the united states. And then what can you in show business. I had been gone for four years. Never came back even for christmas so suddenly. I'm transplanted back to america. And i have to make a living. Because i've i've lost my marriage. I'm there with a little child. And i decided well the only thing i know how to do is act. So i'll see if i can get somewhere in hollywood. Oh my gosh okay. So what happened. But i mean you told me stories. The other day like of friendships with people like michael. Cain and shelley living with shelley winters as. I thought you've got to be kidding. You've gotta come on the program and tell some of these. The first one maybe is the mick jagger story the make jagger story is the first one. I've set up to to tell you right now. This this was about the most glamorous weekend. Probably i ever spent in my life. It was in nineteen eighty seven and i was living with joan collins and she was right there right there. What what. it's nineteen eighty seven and you're living with joan collins. How do you know joan collins. Well you know one of the basic Supports of this entire thing of mine is my friend. I met him woman named in filipina. When i came to los angeles. Everybody said you've got to look up. Mendez she knows everybody in town and she really did know everybody in town. Manda was a hostess with the most is. She gave the greatest parties. She was the most glamorous woman you ever saw in your life. She was an actress but she she had so many famous friends and it was just studying once. I met her. I started meeting everybody. You know this is the filipino connection. Yes so so mindy introduces you to people. So you met. Joan collins manda in sweden giancarlo her and she brought me to her men to had a yacht in the mediterranean and she brought me to her. Ya to stay for the canned film festival and john was one of the other people. In fact the only people on the boat right then were manda myself and joan collins just the three of us and so john and i bonded right away and then she said i want you to come and stay with me in los angeles. I'm going to try to help you get work as an actress. So i came and i stayed for a couple of months with joan collins joan collins and so we concocted this weekend where we going to fly to las vegas now. She was at the height of dynasty. She was at the absolute solicits. The late eight hasty. Yes eighty-seven dynasty so funny. Because because joan collins is old enough now that she has several iterations in her career i mean she was a big deal in the fifties and the sixties in the seventies and but most people know her as You know with with What is it john. Forsythe in dynasty. I was not watching. Tv during those years. But she's well known for that. So this is the period when she's a huge deal again. She's the biggest. She's fifteen magazine covers a week. I mean it was stunning and to be staying with her. During that time was just a just an absolute hoot. She's one of the funniest people in the world. She's very fun very entertaining. You say you're my friend but you have not delivered joan collins to this program as a guest alvin. Just make a note of that. Because mallory said she would do that hasn't happened yet but There's just a window of opportunity. Mallory before you go in the black book. Alvin has a black book. Don't you yeah. He's got several okay seriously though. I can't get over this. Tell us what happened on the crazy weekend with john. John john says We're gonna go. I've got a private jet. And we're going to go to las vegas. And we're going to be the guest of frank sinatra at his big appearance at caesar's palace and.
New Movie 'Zola' Is Based on a Long Series of Tweets
"Underscore Zoeller Moon tweeted. You want to hear a story about how me and this here fell out its kind of long, But it's Felicity Spence. What followed was a wild, mostly true tale about how an exotic dancer Zola found herself on a road trip that went dangerously awry to put it mildly. The new movie. Zola is based on that series of about 150, funny and often profane tweets. NPR's Mallory, You talk to some of the people behind Zola about turning a Twitter moment into a feature length film. That viral threat in 2015 wasn't the first time Zola born Asia King talked about that wild weekend on Twitter. She'd mentioned the story briefly after it happened the year before, but didn't go into much detail. Soon as I got home kind of just was like when I met this girl at my job, and she completely lied Kings, an exotic dancer, and she says her Twitter was already full of wild stories about people at the clubs where she worked. She got some sympathetic responses from her followers. But not much else. See, Intense encounters were just part of the job. Since I didn't go in depth. They kind of just felt like Oh, she had another one of her weekends, and we moved on Then that night in 2015. King was at home, pregnant and scrolling on her phone. I had came across the pictures from that weekend and kind of just like got triggered. I was like young man is I'm going to tell this for real. And while Twitter did want to hear what happened next Every detail she wanted to share. We just met yesterday and you're already trying to take hold trips together. Be ready by two. But the road to Zola, the movie, much like the trip itself would end up being full of suspense. Journalists called than Hollywood James Franco signed on to direct and brought his own writing team. But as a script took shape Asia King started to feel like the story was becoming less hers. They kind of added things in the blank space that I guess they thought would be entertaining. You know, in a film, it just started to really rub me the wrong way in 2017 Franco left the project, and
Tamika Mallory Loves Black People
"Congrats on the book. Thank you sir very excited. How is your spirit because you know every time somebody is dead and the family is grieving and you are there supporting them and lifting them up and trying to hold folks accountable and i wonder just how does this land on your spirit that you're always there like lifting folks up when they're in their lowest moment. I have my moments and have families. That i'm really close to and i think it gets harder at like when we're in the midst of the fight it. I can deal with it because i'm used to that but it gets harder when they're struggling after people are gone after the cameras are gone. It's just like any other grieving process. You know it does get a little difficult and Anna wanted things i stopped doing is watching videos as sap that don't watch videos. I have not watched full video of ronald green. If i see an image go away from it quickly. I only watched george floyd video because of the trial you know. At that point it was like the trial. You couldn't miss all the little pieces. But i never sat down to watch full video that so why because i struggle with watching new ones i try to avoid it unless like the world is like yo you gotta see this one and i feel guilty for not watching. But you're you're you why why you make a choice. It's a super duper preventative. Like i just can't. I mean i was waking up at night holding onto images and sounds and other. Things wasn't good for me and i think you know you don't know but you know i had a whole struggle with pain pills in had to go to rehab and all of that and it happened as a result of like five different traumatic things happening all at the same time. The women's large you know struggles with all the folks that i work with just my own issues so much happening and the next thing not with addicted
Checking In with Tamika D. Mallory
"Hey everybody thank you so much for checking in. Today's podcast is going to be absolutely powerful. Make sure you check on your strong friends. Because they hurt. They need support with everything going on in the world. Your mental health matters. My book is already out. It's caught checking in in. It gives you the tools you need to put your mental health. I it gives you some cool pillars the three pillars checking in with yourself checking in with others and checking in with god and i'm so honored to check in with today's guest. She's a nationally recognized. Social justice leaders civil rights activists public speaker co founder of until freedom and author of bestselling book state of emergency. How we win. In the country we built without further ado. Please welcome the incredible to make a mallory to the checking in podcast. Oh my god. I am totally fan. Gerwin i'm on your with one of my favorites entertainers and not just entertainers were really a spiritual leader michelle. I appreciate you so much for having me on today. Listen i just wanna tell you that. I appreciate you. I was thinking of when we looked at leaders. You think of martin luther king. I don't know why kids think they were fifty or sixty years old. I look at your youth in. It's like no. They were starting young to you. Started so young. Actually you were a teenager when you started As far as what we would call. Someone is being an activist now. I know so. Many people focus on that that part of you but i want to focus on you thinking. We are grateful for the work that you do with until freedom. But i know that sometimes you can be so strong but a lot of it. Commotion lee spiritually has to take a toll on you at moments. Sure it's taxing. you know. I deal with trauma every day. I deal with the trauma. Those who reach out to me l. In support for the family and i deal with trauma of just watching video at the video that people send me fine to inform me up different incidents that have happened. We deal with the trauma of the you know not guilty. Verdicts the loss if you will win fighting these cases in win really hoping that they will change We deal with the trauma of elected officials. Who are supposed to represent us. Not doing enough to enough to stand by. The community is trauma everywhere. And then you have your own personal trauma which is something. None of us can get away from
NASA Looks to Advance 3D Printing Construction Systems
"Is working on a system that would three d print detat. A road storage units. Whatever astronauts might need to live and work on the moon or mars is innovation now says additive. Construction with mobile placement project is developing technology to build structures on planetary surfaces using in situ resources. Here's mallory johnston deputy project manager for acme at nasa's marshall space flight center a lot of people when they think of three d. printer sir thinking of the plastic ones that lay down one layer at a time a work on a giant machine that three d prints concrete. The idea is being able to package up a system. Launch it to where it needs to go and then have it set itself up clear the spot and then autonomously build a structure using the materials that you might be able to find on the moon or mars but this technology won't just advance human exploration. Imagine being able to take this system into disaster relief areas and using materials that are available locally build structures like owns roads in just a few
Tamir Rice’s Mother Criticizes Tamika Mallory After Lil Baby’s Grammys Performance
"Month, there was a special guest during the performance of rapper Lil Babies Song. The Bigger Picture. It's the State of emergency. My people is time we stand it. We demand the freedom that this land promises President that is activist to Mika Mallory. This was a protest song calling for justice in light of police brutality and systemic racism. So Mallory, showing up might make sense. This is not a train. This is our place until Frieda. But some people were not happy about it, including Sameera Rice, the mother of Tamir race, the unarmed 12 year old boy who was shot and killed by a white police officer in Cleveland. In 2014 Sameera. Rice publicly rebuked Mallory, among others, saying the activist was trying to gain fame by quote benefiting off the blood of families who have lost loved ones. Mika Mallory is not the first to be accused of profiting off of black pain. In fact, there's a history of it. We have Debra Walker King on the line. She's written extensively about the idea of black pain, how it has been perceived and wielded. She's a professor at the University of Florida and she joins us now from her home in Gainesville. Professor King Welcome. Thank you very much. So let's start with the term black pain. How do you define it? What exactly do you mean? I look at it in two different ways. I look at black pain as an experience of bodily harm, and I look at it as a metaphor. It functions to define an access that which is not American. Explain that. What does this
Leave policies have not caught up for women in office
"Are serving as state lawmakers across the country. But in most capitals, family leave policies have not changed. That leaves new moms with few options when having Children. Abigail, since he has more from member station W. K a. R in Lansing. Mallory McMorrow was part of 2018 so called year of the woman. When a record number of women were elected to office, she flipped a Michigan State Senate district in the suburbs of Detroit. Your first interview you're very hungry. Seven weeks ago, she gave birth to her first daughter. No. Uh uh. She's like the size of the microphone. You know, Like many parents, McMorrow is taking time off to be with her newborn. But while state employees get 12 weeks of paid time off, there's no parental leave policy for lawmakers. The answer to their constituents and their pay is written in the state constitution so they can technically take off as much time as they want The catch being they miss votes. I can't vote remotely. I can't proxy vote. I have to physically go toe Lansing. And I have a newborn who naps for 20 minutes and then is up again and ready to eat and be changed. Michigan is one of a handful of legislatures where lawmakers worked full time. Senator Vic Morrow said she spoke up because she could already envision attack outs criticizing her for not being in the capital to vote vote She missed so she could spend time with her baby. Are we comfortable with the idea? That we don't want working moms in the Legislature because that's the message unless we change the system, she says. This is a conversation she's had with many women that women can have it all. Just not all at once on that feels true for her in the Legislature. The
Jessica Walter, star of 'Arrested Development' and 'Archer,' dies at 80
"This is far from what is making anyone happy this week but i did want to say a few words about the wonderful actor jessica. Walter shows died wednesday at the age of eighty and so much of the attention. She's gotten in. Recent years was for her work as lucille bluetooth on arrested development. She also did amazing. Voice work as mallory archer on archer which was kind of amped up lucille booth kind of turning her into somebody even sharper and meaner but really lucille. Blue was jessica walter's masterwork. He's beautiful boy they don't appreciate is his glasses. They make him look like a lizard. Plus he's self conscious. Gee i wonder why if that's a veiled criticism about me. I won't hear it. And i won't respond to it in both roles. She's just indispensable she so cutting and funny distinct and you know both arrested development and archer of stuck around in unexpected ways can get rebooted or coming back for limited runs that way were nothing with a cult following a really has to end. But this is kind of how you know that they actually do. Have to end because without jessica walter. What are those shows. She was so central and so essential. She had an incredible career. Know it's lazy to fall back on. Imdb when you're summarizing a career but her mdp page is basically the modern history of television. She has a hundred and sixty one credits. Spanning roughly sixty
Biden says migrant families apprehended at border 'should all be going back'
"First press conference as president Joe Biden said migrant families will continue to be turned away at the southern border. Mallory Falk from member station KTRH reports. The Biden administration is going to great lengths to send them back to Mexico. At a migrant shelter in Juarez, Mexico. Family sit on glue sleeping pads trying to get their bearings. They're hundreds of miles from where they first crossed the border in South Texas. The government flew them to El Paso, brought them to an international bridge and then expelled them back into Mexico. Yes, that was a little girl, but no familia. Honduran father named You there, who asked us not to use his full name, says he and others initially thought they were taking Busses to join family in the U. S. But then they arrived at a runway. Biden Stress to the US will accept Children who arrived at the border alone. But he wants all families returned to Mexico for
In Louisville, Breonna Taylor’s family honors her legacy
"On the one year anniversary of Brianna Taylor's death activists are calling for charges to be brought against the officers involved Louisville Kentucky became the site of huge protests in the wake of the police killing a Brianna Taylor a black woman who was shot multiple times during a botched drug raid by police last March a grand jury eventually indicted one officer on wanton endangerment charges for shooting into a neighbor's apartment Taylor's family and social activists gathered in downtown Louisville to honor Taylor's legacy to make a Mallory is the co founder of until freedom speakers included Benjamin Crump and we need a Baker an attorney for the Taylor family I'm Jennifer king
interview With Caleb Azumah Nelson
"Kayla. Thanks so much for joining me. I know that you have huge demands on your time because your book has just exploded. Hasn't it yeah. I've been kind of astounded by iolanthe disapora in jeopardy seeing everywhere. I think it's you know. I was a little bit worried about coming out in the lockdown and it just i haven't had to have that worry at the moment it just feels like the supposed be really overwhelming and really. I'm really grateful now. I introduced you as a photographer and writer d. You now think that that's switched. Are you a writer. Perhaps with the bisa photography feel like. I've always been a writer. I and i think photography is has been another medium in which i can communicate and express like i've been writing since i can remember likelihood you're like four or five years old scribbler. Like really terrible. Shoot stories have l-. I think the the medium of photography really allows a visual element to come into my work and very much comes through in this book open water. There's a lot about you feel the sort of the poetry the visual the creativity. I mean those are major themes aren't they about about creativity. I think the the the starting point or for any saw them. Artistic expression is feeling and emotion. And then it's working is working from that once have the feeding emotion. I'm trying to express define the best medium for in this case. It was writing but the but the writing contained these elements. Are these references to music can to to visual artists than film which took the narrative elsewhere afforded a different dimension. I i. I would have been possible if i just like kind of ryan straight pros and of course if the two characters one is a dancer. One is a photographer like you. That will so you to kind of explore all of those teams much more than living it. Yeah there's i guess there's a I guess everyone has their that. Point is expression even if is like a professional level epic. Everyone is has something that they do to express themselves in. It was important for me to to have the these law autistic expressions index the title itself. Open water for me. It feels like you're talking about freedom there but you will set talking about the dangers that can lurk in a water. Yeah it some there. Was this idea of justice. Like real ruled in almost infinite freedom. You know when you you'll standing on a beach yukon see where who had the see and like the that kind of idea but not knowing what does look like what. Dangers are present in our in our every day. I think it was important for me to have these Protagonists to have. Like the kind of fullness wholeness like range in which they good light just be in. Just have this freedom by. I wanted to comment on what happens when you find that. Freedom interrupted without giving any of the plus away at this point. Yeah a lot of this is told through dialogue. Which i know is fiendishly difficult to achieve and then at one point you sort of depart from the traditional writing style the whole kind of you say she says tell me about that. Change of structure the About giving too much away the bat point in the story. The narrative has been a bill and bill bill and then reached this kind of the apex this peak in which the image i had to switch the structure slightly so that it was hughley the protagonist kind of like spilling in a way like it was. It's like feeling a competent. And the woods at that point had just spilled over and that's what began to emerge and not not lots of the narrative using the this second person who almost away fruit was really important for me to create this kind of very intimate as very intimate narrative in which the reader can beat by the burford. An audience member nossa the protagonists themselves at an. Did you write it like that from the start or were you fiddling about with with that structure. That was really attention from the beginning. I think i'm always wondering a novel could be like. I'm always astounded by different nobles. Come across the us. Full more structured as a narrative device that this would only serve to push an artist the book has described as absolutely nailing the black experience the london black experience when you were growing up with their books for you that spoke to that or are we only now. Seeing the emergence of of works that will speak to the next generation. Yeah i think when i was when i was growing up his voracious reader like i would just read anything i can get my hands on but there were specific which was speaking to that black british experience. Like our say. The mallory blackman might really An kind of like primary and early teen years and then later on as eighty smith but it was a real struggle to to kind of find tips. The the like i instantly recognized i could. I could understand kind of relate to to various fictional works especially from the over. The pond said like james baldwin and tony morrison writes slide. Those are really integral to save my reading and writing growing up the yet only the kind of feels like now. There's a slight pushing the direction in which the narratives that haven't been beginning to be by fitness way to
Youth sports tournaments in Atlanta go on despite COVID dangers
"The fear is the cheer sport nationals could spread Cove it Theo event this weekend features 1500 cheerleading teams traveling from as far away as California main in Chicago. Mallory Blunt with the governor's office governor Camp is confident that the Georgia World Congress Center and Cheers sport will put the procedures in place to keep teams, families and the staff state. Dr Gary Freed, says he's not so much worried about the competition itself. Strict safety measures are in place there, but it's what's happening outside. The event. What are you gonna do in Atlanta? For three days, things gonna be packed. He's especially worried given the new strains of the virus circulating. Sabrina Cupid 95.5 WSB President Biden, Biden reassures Americans that more
"mallory" Discussed on Stitch Please
"With themselves out of it or to get support to get lifted out of it you know. It is a little challenging to offer that type of buys only. Because i've been there. And i know what that place looks like. I know how it feels to have to d yourself added this space. It takes so much strength that is honestly like no words can really help somebody out of that space for me. I would say take some time to yourself and take yourself out of the world for a minute mentally emotionally and i say that because the world comes with all these different rules in comparisons and there's just too much energy really tune yourself out and be realistic about what you want your next step to look like because we can manifest anything. We want literally everything. I've done up until this point i have manifested and when i say manifest that just means you have to believe in yourself so much that nobody can deny you. It's not about anybody else. It is really about you at the end of the day cannot look so down on yourself to being you cannot. You're not capable of accomplishing something. You can accomplish anything. You can have anything you can create the atmosphere in the life but you want to have to believe in yourself so you just have to not just believe in yourself be realistic. About what the next steps may be whether that is to get this job. I don't lie for the next couple of months but create a plan for yourself create a exit strategy. If you wanna start your own business if you want to do something creative on the side you just have to be realistic. And you have to find a way to truly love yourself and hone in on. What's inside of you without the opinions or criticism or objectiveness of others like it is solely about you and for me. I know nobody else can make dreams come true. Nobody else can do this for me. Nobody else can start this business. So i have to shut everybody up in my mind. I so that i can tap into the fullest. Pardon me to become whole and complete in full being. It takes a lot whole lot of work but it is so possible on my gosh treasure. That is a word you really did with a word. I am going to ask you now about future classes. Because i don't wanna ask any more questions because you just answered all of everything that like. Oh my gosh. She's talking about me. Talk about me and i hope that your words reach other people as well to encourage that because so much of what we manifest so much of what we see in the world now was manifested by someone who maybe wasn't sure they could do it even like for me having a podcast even creating black women stitch. I did not think i could do it. I did not big. I did not think. I could have retreats. I think that have an organization. I did not think that i could have all of these things were like. Do you really want to do this. You in done in. I'm so happy ryan just so happen will change your whole outlook on life. Once you accomplish that one thing and i. I don't know how it's become that people allow fear to to consume them. But once you get around that corner of fear. Aumont cash the possibilities. What like you can't tell me anything girl. Yes honestly serious. Now tell me about the classes. You have coming up because i am going to a much better job fan and i and you will actually see my name in information under the registered student section and not a section of people who live in low key mad at her friend that she got to take the class. Okay so i do plan and this is also a work in progress. Because i have a lot of things that online year but towards the end of january i do plan to reopen burchell classes and hopefully to a little bit more in person. Classes out here in california. But i've been working with these two or three styles for the majority of the year or teaching these two or three styles. I'm ready to wrap it up a little bit and incorporate some new designs. I want people to literally learn how to make bags. Day can carry for months to calm nice glow projects and charging you will arm and a leg for the best. Not helping us so. Yeah i will have some classes coming january twenty one and of course the months thereafter. That is fantastic treasure. Mallory this has been such an honor and delight to speak with you. I really feel like talking with you about the had one moves from a dark place into a place of the filming of vision in how you don't let hug you able to. I don't know at Is the wrong word. Because it's not about leading or not letting it's really about doing the work in the work that you did to develop a firm belief in yourself regardless of outside circumstances is is a hard thing to do so in addition to like working with leather which is fine very hard and unforgiving because once you slow it and then you unsown new instead. The holes are still staring at you. Rebuking you your errors but you can do hard things and i think sharing your story which is so beautiful with us has inspired us at least at it has inspired me. It reminded me that. I can do hard. Thanks to so treasury. Thank you so much for. This has been beautiful. Can folks find on socials in. I'll be sure to include all those links in the show. Those definitely end. Thank you before. I even get into that truly appreciate you. I appreciate anybody that has creating space for artists and creatives to use our voice. So thank you for this opportunity. You can find me at mickey and mallory. Which is is a indeed mallory At instagram and then my website. Www dot nikki. Mallory dot com but been tastic. Thank you against so much. You've been listening to the stitch. Please podcast the official podcast of black women stitch sewing group. Where black lives matter. We appreciate you supporting us. By listening to the podcast. He'd beat like to reach out to us with questions. 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"mallory" Discussed on Stitch Please
"Please podcast i'm your host lisa wolf lord and i'm coming to you from charlottesville virginia and i speaking today with treasurer mallory a handbag designer in entrepreneur based in california. We're talking today about all sorts of really great things. Including what do you do when you hit. Rock bottom so treasurer mallory. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you for having me. I am so excited. I think i heard you speak a couple of years ago. On another podcast. Maybe was at coffee. With makers maybe yeah. Yeah yeah it was like. I just was at that move. Wow this is great. The new friend on the internet doesn't even tell us every time they every me. I want them to know that your friend and we have had many conversations in my hand real life to sign must get started with just talking bit about your sewing story. How did you get started with sewing like powder. You imagine the roots origins of your sewing life. Honestly you know what my grandmother used to. So way back in the day when i was younger and she honestly didn't take it too serious owes nothing then. I took to serious. But i would notice that she would create sporadic garments here and there and it was interesting. Being from that point. I did teach myself had a hand-stitched but that was pretty much the extent of like my sewing experience. It really wasn't until. I went to fashion design school where i actually learned the construction and techniques and all of that and that's pretty much where masan background originated from. So you did it come to this from like someone who lent grew up sewing next to bear mother or grandmother or something like this that you enter this as a professional you basically started your sewing journey begins with some ancestor background because your grandmother did but the way that it became formalized was through a type of fashion education itself only always find that still fascinating. Maybe it's because. I am in education as well but i'm just not just i'm a college professor is teach returns. I'm used to thinking about teaching and learning all the time but whenever i hear fashion school or fashion design school you remember that show fame from back in the day. Emma is so whenever ashes school. I imagine like fame. But y'all in the cafeteria and everyone's throwing bolts of fabric round dancing on tables and sharing interfacing these. This is what i imagine. It's i'm pretty sure this is nothing at all. What it is like total opposite nine even have been nice but no it was not like at all dancing dancing on the tables. There was no hot lunch in the cafeteria. The wait staff and what were some of your memorable experiences. I guess i'm asking. Because maybe it's because i would be very interested for example in taking a class in something like maybe not pattern draft. I don't draw something like learning to alternate change patterns based on body shape. That's something that's very interesting and attractive to me is why i imagine that you learn all of this hand of maybe anatomy. That helps you take this. What were some of the highlights for you from your fashion education. To be honest the highlight for me really was just saying that. I'm in fashion design school because it was something that was always in the back of my mind is never thought that it could be a reality at thank me hitting rock. Bottom is what pushed me into that round because prior to that. I don't think i ever done it on my own. So that was the first highlight just being able to say. This is something that i'm doing. Because i'm just not in fear anymore. It's just something that i know. I need to do having that as something having that actually as a title on my resume or whatever was like honestly the most exciting for me. Because when i first started it was literally to figure out what the next step was. It wasn't because oh. I'm excited to make clothes. I knew i wanted to do that. I had been doing that on my own just making little side projects not necessarily sewing. I knew that i needed to figure out the next steps of life for me because it had gotten so dark for me that i didn't know whether i was going rider left being the fact that a to enroll myself in fashion design school with no freaky money. I didn't know what i was doing. I was really there to figure it out. It kills some time in the first essay like the first year and a half is really going back to any college you just learning like the basic prerequisites of everything you have to take these stupid classes. That don't have anything to do with fashion. And i'm like what am i doing here. I really just wanna learn at thakin. Be a style is and move on. But once i got into the meat of my design program. I think the most interesting part for me was the art classes in drawing in illustrating these negative models. That was really interesting to me. And the not gonna tie that into. Now i'm making these garments that have to fit on these types of models and i hated the technical classes like pattern. Making all of that stuff was not me really underneath it all for me. I am created by artist. I just wanted to do all the fun stuff. So all the stitching classes all the illustrating classes. Those were the class that really show me. You know who. I was as an individual and that i could hone in on this and actually turn this into something creative business which is not what people are teaching ruina. That's right it's so interesting to the way that you talked about enrolling a fashion school as as an opportunity for discovery opportunity for discovery. Because when you said that you were hitting rock bottom that you had prior to fashion school. You had been working for a television company. You were acting. You were just doing it. Which was like you. Say like your dream job in yet. That didn't work out. It was like layoffs and furloughs and all of these things and you found yourself losing your dream job and then you had to find something else and that something else was fashioned school but the way i say it as if it's two sentences really does not honor the process in all the work you had to do between losing your dream job and finding a new dream you talk a little bit about that process in what.
"mallory" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror
"History is written by the winners by men early editors of science fiction anthologies choice to exclude by women and in doing so made many believe that women did not write science fiction in the genres earliest years. This is just one example. And by no. Means the only one mallory mira self-confessed monster lava and film. Ned discovered a similar story in one of her favourite monsters. Millicent patrick was one of disney's earliest female animators and went on to design one of the greatest film monsters of the creature from the black lagoon but a jealous smell. Coworker ensured that there was no prestigious career. A rating millicent. Mallory decided to set the record straight in her book. The lady from the black lagoon. Hollywood monsters and the lost legacy of millicent. Patrick and reestablish. Millicent of monster design mallory. Thank you for joining us. But before we get stuck into things would you please introduce yourself to our listeners. high Yeah thank you so much for having the ottoman cited to to talk about this with you. Three i m author of lady from the black lagoon an fulltime author. And i'm also fellow podcasters. I host the show reading glasses every week with my friend. brea grant. what did you hope to achieve by. Unearthing the story of million patrick and setting the record straight about her contribution to monster design. Well a few things honestly the impetus behind me working on in in writing from the black lagoon was just i wanted to know. Millicent has been my hero. Since i was a teenager and i wanted to satisfy my own personal curiosity i found out about her when i was seventeen and it just seemed creature from the black lagoon like nobody even knew if she was still alive. She didn't have a website. She didn't have a wikipedia entry. Nothing about her online. So i personally just really really wanted to know at as i started digging into her life and her work and in this book i i also just. I wanted people to know that we've always been here. You know i. I actually started working on this book before the metoo movement happened and while i think it's amazing that there's such a huge push right now to get more women in front of the camera behind the camera writing doing everything women everywhere in cosigned for me but i also think it's really important to have people know that women have always been here. We have a legacy here and millicent. Patrick is proof. That and if i could only unearth her story and bring it to the world than i could could prove it is funny. You say that. Because i remember i was a massive star trek fan still but i remember in high school being completely obsessed with original series star trek and then discovering that d c fontana was a woman and i was like women have been there from the beginning. We right star trek. Yeah so i. I definitely can get on board with excitement. It changes everything. I mean finding out that a woman who designed this incredible monster that i became completely obsessed with it changed my life. It made me realize up until that point all of my heroes in the monster world. Where met you know tom. Savini rick baker. Dick smith jack pierce. It never even occurred to me that women did those things and seeing just one single photo of seeing a woman working on the creature from the black lagoon. It broke my brain open. It was like being struck by lightning. And it you can. You can make a direct line from that moment in time in front of my computer. Seven seventeen to me becoming a filmmaker later on up reading a bit about medicine on. You mentioned that you back. Then she didn't have a wikipedia entry. She does have one now on your on it as well. Yes i mean we're competing is basically all from the bottom up until that point there was no there was really no biographical information about her and the stuff that was out there was largely false Sometimes because of Militants own she liked to fabricate biographical information about which was very fun for me to deal with as biographer But it's now now actually people who she is and she has a wikipedia. Entry people You google tons of stuff comes up. It's really it makes me really really happy. So how did she become raised from history in the first ice so the her boss at the universal studios monster shop and she worked there in the early nineteen fifties was a man named bud west more and he was part of a very very famous big family of makeup artist. The west morris His father actually. George west was the man who invented the idea of a makeup department so they were huge. Deal in hollywood at the time he had a massive amount of power and influence not just at universal but in the film world is a whole unfortunately he was also known for taking people's credit being very jealous of the other artists that worked with him if they were more successful or more talented than he was which wasn't hard to do And she designed creature and they shot the movie and it became very clear that the movie was going to be a huge hit. They the universal studios publicity department wanted to send millicent on a press tour to promote it and up until that point in history know in the fifties. There was no twitter. There was no. Imdb there is no way for people to really look into the details of of credits on films. You know back then. There was no like ten minutes end. Crawl at the end of a movie like we get now. There was only like these cards that gave the heads of department Credit for the things that they did so no matter. What but didn't design at on a movie increase in the credits creature. It says makeup. Bud west more So he never was challenged. People always just assume that he designed everything that came out of his shop
"mallory" Discussed on Living Fully with Mallory Ervin
"What your schedule that. You decided you were going to do and look you're owning it. I love that and you know as feel when I get stressed and when things are uncertain unknown. Talk more so yeah. I think that maybe a lot of parents are doing that. They're you do this and you do this and I'm busy and this is what's going on and I don't do this but if you step back and do that in listen more and I think something that can really help is the ten minute re. Yes you talk about well and that is sometimes when our kids are really acting unbecoming. They're they're they're they're really asking for attention they're really asking for some comfort. And sometimes when you if you just take that ten minutes and it might not be when it's convenient but you take that ten minutes in when my kids were little I gave it. I gave it the name I said this is hands free time. This means I'm putting away my phone. I'm putting away my to do list and putting away my computer. This is our time. How would you like to use it and if you are willing to just give that ten minutes which sometimes it ends up being longer because it's not just beneficial for them it's beneficial for us to step away but if you give them that time you will be surprised at how that kind of sustains them so then you can go get a chunk of of work done? You've had that ten minutes and and I like having these timid increments as rituals so that your children can begin to count on them. You can say you know what we're GONNA have hands free time every morning. We're GONNA meet here for breakfast. I'm not gonNA have the on a knocking to have my computer open in for older kids. I I ask you not to bring your phone. This is our ten minutes sheltered from the world sheltered from the noise an teenagers are sometimes resistant to this idea of being cut off but they also kind of relish an excuse to say all right. Well my mom and Dad said we'RE GONNA TAKE. This is our time and when you tell them this is important because I want to spend time with you. There's just no words that are as a farming as I want to spend time with you and I don't care how old they are. How young they are. They want to hear that yes and I feel to anyone. That's listening to this. This applies to so I when I first came across your content. I started applying it with my children. I because I started with hands-free Mama. I then started applying it in my relationships so I feel like a lot of people. If they're in their house with their spouse they can really yeah there to saying. Hey can we have this Tom? Yes ever you choose your Thomas to be handsfree and you say a lot of connection a piece can be generated in ten minutes and I seen it him on life. It's really true and you. You'll fill your own tension your own stress. It's like when you push away. What is urgent? You're left with. What truly matters? Yes and you don't see that when you're going one hundred miles an hour yet all these things that you push it away and then you can see okay. Guess what. All that stuff doesn't matter as much as I thought it. Did this. Contact this eye. Contact this heart to heart moment. This is what matters this is. What's GonNa keep us going Mallory? We have to think about. How are we in this for the long run? Sh and it's those moments of connection and peace and joy that's what's going to sustain us yes and you talk about so maybe if this is someone like what the Heck I. I've never done this before. How do I stop this? How do I just put my phone down or someone that from home like we've already discussed? How can I put my computer? Data have to work. I have a fulltime job now doing from home so you say carve out these. Make them and your schedule for morning mealtimes caring for pets when riding in a car when exercising together bedtime. That's one of those are all options. But yes I like it when you talk about the bedtime one and implemented. This is one of my own life. Yes if you can only pick one time to be hands free. During the day I strongly urge you to to try bedtime. I feel like I would not have the relationship with my daughters my teenagers that I have today. If we had not done this regular hands-free bedtime for over the past fifteen years. Wow so you make the choice. You make the commitment you say. I'm not carrying my phone in with me into this bedroom. I am doing this for myself. I'm doing this for my family. My child in like Mallory said. Maybe you're going into the bedroom with your spouse and you say I'm not bringing the sewn in this is our time and my daughter Natalie. As as you mentioned earlier she wanted to know what bad things happening in the world. That was her question from age. Four and an. I decided to be honest with her. And give her truth that she could understand but she started calling talktime. Mom Can we have talked time and it became that chance for us to connect with each other and talk about stuff that really was on. Her Heart Am a little bit more into my hands. Free Journey started something at bedtime called the heartbeat. Check yet and this is again something that works for everybody. Not just kids. There is nothing more calming and soothing than the sound of the human heart and I asked my daughters. Can I listen to your heartbeat. I had read an article that said we are really starving for physical touch and I thought well. How can I get more physical touch in to our day and so it's important to ask because that's not going to be comfortable for everyone but I would ask them? Can I listen to your heart? And it was so cute. Because so avery is. I noticed her. She's my musician and I would listen to her heart and I would say this is what it sounds like on on and she was she would say things like wow it. Sounds like a Nikki. Manashe song you know and even end up laughing and then with Natalie who is more serious than older say. Your heart is so strong. I think it's because of all those laps. You Swam in the pool today and it's like they love hearing these little stories like my mom noticed what. I was doing today. And it reflected in that heart attack. Yes that's that's amazing. I love that and you know it seems like such a simple thing and when I started reading I thought this is so simple like you know how is it going to impact my entire life as a parent with my children and I started doing it? And it impacts. I feel your entire life as a parent with your children. It's that powerful. Well and Mallory just I just can't really wait to talk to you in ten years when you've been doing this as a practice. Yeah because this week as we all know has been really scary in hard and my sixteen year old. She couldn't sleep and I went in and we had our our ritual was in place and I listened to her heart and I said let's just think about every part of our body just relaxing and being held in this moment. Let's start with our feet. Let's go to our knees in. I could be there with her in that moment of pain. uncertainty because of the ritual that we had built. She's sixteen years old and I know that there's not every sixteen year old is allowing apparent it to come into the pain and be there. Tracy said that is why I just. I just share this to anyone. Who will listen just? It's not too late to start. It's not too early to start ten minutes. It's the foundation of so many beautiful healing and comforting things. But they're going to face in their lives and you know something. I think that we face as parents is a lot of guilt. A Lot have guilt especially during this time. I think parents that are having to work from home. I'm sure now. They're probably experiencing guilt deeper than they've ever felt it because here now maybe they feel guilty when they're out of the house but they're able to distract themselves with work and different things. Yes they are in the home with their children who are probably begging for their attention and we'll dig into them. They have a job. Or maybe it's apparent that to stay out parent. That's just totally emotionally distraught over. What's happening. Maybe they have a real right the medical field or they have an elderly relative or what yes and they feel guilty that they distracted themselves all day. They didn't pay attention to their children. They were doing whatever it was in front of the child. And you talk about how these rituals they help alleviate that guilt for you or you and I I feel that too so I feel like I didn't do something right. I wish I'd done better during the day. Those end of the day moments. They help let that go and I love how you talk about that too. Because we're gonNA feel that during these times absolutely and I think we put a lot of pressure and we have some really ridiculous expectations that we put on ourselves and a lot of it comes from comparing what other people are doing what we think we should be doing but our kids are really resilient and they are strong and they can do a lot when we say you know what. I was really busy today. I was really overwhelmed but I'm so glad that we're here in this bed. Having this time and I can tell you I was. I was short with you today and tomorrow. This is why I'm going to try to do differently and or I didn't. I didn't have as much time to spend with you today. And I'm I'm sorry about that and let's make a plan for this weekend. You know so. It's so good to just be able to be open with your kids. Show them what it looks like to be human. Because I guarantee you the parents that are shake saying. I'm sorry I messed up are going to have kids that can say I'm sorry. I miss up an and look I can just get back up because what what's happening in our modern world is a lot of kids are being raised to think. They can't make mistakes and when they do make a mistake. They think I'm a failure not I failed. It's I'm a failure but when you decide. Perfect parenting is not required to raise resilient kids. You empower them with the idea that we can stumble. We can fall and we can say I'M GONNA I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA make a new plan from what just happened and I'm GonNa carry on and that could be the best gift you give them right now in this moment. It's not about the academics. It's about how do you persevere when life is just turned upside down and you don't know tomorrow's GonNa Bring but you know we have love and we have each other and we are carving out this ten minutes to come together? That could be the greatest gift you give your child for the rest of their lives. Wow that could be the greatest gift that you give your child for the rest of your life for the rest of their life and I believe that with my whole entire being it. Isn't it funny Rachel that here? We are selecting.
"mallory" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Have repaid on Mallory a quick tex mex preferably in that area the traffic to your for today we've got a little bit of sunshine it'll be this afternoon bottom line is decreasing clouds and that's a good thing high temperature in the low seventies then for tonight mostly clear skies a low in the low fifties tomorrow high this right high around eighty two tomorrow and then on Friday mostly cloudy skies a high near seventy we'll see rain and thunder showers later in the day on on Saturday with a high in the upper seventies then on Sunday sunny and a high right around seventy warmer weather is here your members morning news time to fifty one degrees it is six forty three yeah warmer weather is definitely here and that means it's time to get ready to be cool because you know it's one now but it's gonna get hot and muggy later than that and and that's like me it's like taxes they'll eventually get aired in warm weather their own get here brown refrigeration been serving the mid south since nineteen seventy nine they are a train comfort specialist meaning they are trusted by train to service and install the great train H. mac models for residential and commercial it's hard to stop the train lebron refrigeration help you stay cool in the hot months that are coming up now if you if you didn't get that tune up last year if you didn't get those repairs done by our federation can help you with that nine a one three six to eighteen eighty one they've been happened it's others now for over forty years.
"mallory" Discussed on Living Fully with Mallory Ervin
"Yeah and that's where it all hinges inches on self awareness and self growth. Because I can never make anyone else change right. We've all tried to change other. But that doesn't work and so whether it's my kids. My Co workers my spouse of course I want them to transform and change and be healthier but I I can only control myself even if they continue an unhealthy patterns which is going to be a real struggle. No matter what I still have choices that I can make to walk in the healthiest manner as my healthy type and not be so dependent on others becoming whatever they need to become now course I can encourage them but yes. It's the biggest thing is using the instagram has that rumble strip on the highway. So as soon as my heart is activated so so from a type nine. Here's a great example. When I'm at the kitchen table with my husband and my two adult kids I've got my husband's a six my son's the six my daughter's a two? They all enjoy lively conversation. They I call it debates or intense conversation. They're like we're just talking but has nine. Would it feels like to me. Think about a two liter coke that has a lid on it and when they're having a heated discussion even though they're enjoying it and they don't feel like it's a fight it feels like someone is shaking up but internal coke inside me and it feels like something's going to explode food and I'm like I need to get out of here so uncomfortable. The pressure and they're like mom. We're fine this is great and I think this feels terrible. Oh you know. Here's the thing I need to be aware that I am feeling that. That doesn't mean they are now. Of course families can have where it really does. Blow up in. There is tension. There is dischord. But we've been able to talk about it in a way that I can tell them I am feeling the tension in a room. mm-hmm what are you guys. Ok they're like yeah. We're just having a good time. Then it's it's on me to either sit and deal with it or to nicely. Say Hey I want you guys to enjoy this. I'M GONNA go because it still lands on me and with its hard fright. I've tried to sit here but you guys are doing great. Let me remove myself or or I can sit here and just allow you guys to enjoy now. There are other times where maybe I am struggling just as we do we have days were struggling. I can ask them. Hey guys I know you're doing fighing but I'm just having a bad day. Could you may have a light more lighthearted conversation that will impact me in that way but assumes still owning my own stuff. I'm giving clarity to my own heart and I'm asking them to join with compassion understanding and that's where you can have of life changing relationships that you're not just pointing out everyone else's fault in bland them for everything. Of course we want to give Claire. Be Hey I I noticed this you know. Would you mind changing that. So there we definitely want others to grow but if we do our own work others will follow a hopefully not a hundred percent on the time but I I know my husband usually is the one that leads the way in growth in repentance and asking for things clarity and I've seen that I'm like wow that's really really amazing. I will follow and our kids followed in the same on the same path but we still have our struggles. Don't get me wrong but this is a daily work. Yeah and it reminds me of on joy listening to talk radio and watching the news and I'll have the news on and people will I'll be going back and forth and it stresses Mallory out completely but I don't know as all the time like this so plenty I can. It doesn't doesn't bother me if I disagree with. It just doesn't register on an emotional level. It's funny now. She she cannot and watch it and that kind of resonated from what you say earlier. Yeah well and too like You know I was like why do you want to hear people talk about football game. That already happened. It's not gonNA make a difference like over. The Kit Cabinet happened. It's all it's done and he just enjoy hearing them debate.
"mallory" Discussed on Living Fully with Mallory Ervin
"Mon my number three is have other interests it's okay don't have tryst it's okay to have other interests in your partner mel loves a ton of stuff that down and that's what you know hallmark was a hallmark movie he's not really feeling what should eat pray love when the Sunday night football games are just little things like that but it's okay to have other interests golfing with your buddies you know this or that it's okay not to like your significant others some of the things that are into that is perfectly fine that that's what makes you independent of like that's what brings you together like you're attracted to somebody when you first meet him or through because they're that person they liked the things they like to do would you like to hear the things that I'm not interested in that you're interested Mallory not today okay ooh onto my number three we're going to keep this kind of moving along and short we're trying different like forums and versions of of these podcasts to see which ones you guys kind of like the best we're only in the teens are recording so going to keep this short okay so my number three is a really important one I feel it coming up on the phase of life being tell your partner when they do something that you love express your love not just like on Valentine's Day or the birthday and not just to receive a compliment Mac give of your love whether it is like verbally whether you're giving a gift in writing a card whatever.
"mallory" Discussed on Living Fully with Mallory Ervin
"Hey y'all this is Mallory Ervin and it's time for all of us to live a fully it's so important in this crazy world of ours that we stay connected help you look your best life every day and truly began living fully let's make it happen and get started with today's episode we would love to thank our sponsor for this episode art cuffs you've gotTa Smart Cups Dot Com into the Code Mallory twenty to try the best energy drinks that you will ever consume in your life we had locked in our house and we are obsessed that's why we talk about him all the time hello and welcome back to the living fully podcast today when we are recording this podcast it is actually the eve of becoming parents to child number two and so I have a special guest on here today none other than my very own husband the Ele- Mallory thank you for having me back by popular demand and I'm so grateful you busted out the Haribo sour peaches for us while we do this podcast not sponsored and I do have to have these we decided to come on today and do a relationship podcast because it's very very important especially with bringing another child into the world I think that you really have your relationship right or as right as you can get you are really intentional about just being in this together and that for like whether you're getting ready to have child or whether you're starting a new job or just like any big life event especially on this going to be.
"mallory" Discussed on Living Fully with Mallory Ervin
"I know they're they're gonNA fix but some people I always say like someone. That makes you a better person. You don't half to get married. You don't you don't have to match up in life. You don't have kids right away. You don't have to do this. You don't have to do anything you can wait. You have tom but I know people especially women. They're like Oh bad don't don't you do. It's two thousand and one thousand nine and you do and carry you. You girl you take care of you. Girl that was a very land and thank her and all of her girlfriends at all of our people and all of the people people that I know that she has that have fallen in love with her. I'm sure if you didn't know land and I know that you will after this podcast and like I said whenever I started this podcast land is into to a million different things and I want you to check out like all of her website everything. I think she needs to start a podcast. She said that that's not office. Actually that is something something like okay win but but hey why not no tonge interest you take questions. We must be pro. Yeah yeah no I I. It's something I've been wanting to do for a long time. People always ask me to do. I would love it. I would love it so everyone else. The world would be truly blessed offing podcast so enclosing. Do you have any you know like I said you are person that Al truly look up to not look up to but like look to for inspiration true inspiration Gratien of just how you live your life and do you have any words of advice like summing up just like making pretty choices which is like the land in thing to do is making pretty choices. What do you say to the audience kind of enclosing about that that they can't they can find all this on your website and they need to look it up but you know what. I think thank truly investing and the relationships that you have you know really living intentionally and you know feeding saying that marriage and feeding your relationship with your kids and taking care of yourself. I really don't think you're good for anyone if you're not healthy and I don't mean that from just food or exercise but overall mental health I think it's a conversation that people don't like to have but I'm a true believer in that and a product product of that truly of just taking care of myself and just doing small things something each day that and then just being vulnerable and authentic and being being able to open up to other people your friends I mean everyone always asked me like how do I find. My girl tribe the women that are my like. My girls are the women that I am him running over their house in my pajamas no bra crying because something happened. You know sharing. I mean we all go through the same things I think. Sometimes people lar- frayed to let their guard down and show you that you're that you're struggling or that. You're scared or you know those kinds of things and then in your marriage marriage dating your husband yeah continuing that and also putting him first and that's a that's a tricky subject to talk about because is women are like Oh my God. I love my kids more than ever. I love anything else but truly that's think about that. I mean he is the reason you have those beautiful kids and I think investing back in that relationship. All you're doing is creating a foundation to raise some really amazing little human such good advice truly so investing investing in your marriage your friendships in yourself and being truly authentic yeah. I love that well. That was the perfect Ralph there we oh go. Hey listen seriously. Thank you so much for having me. Thank you for introducing me to all your friends. They'll be your friends to thank. You and I love what you're doing so proud of you and I live in the same city be able to support one another it really it really is. That's another thing I mean. Just you know adding into what we just left on. It's just just like supporting other women because when you stop comparing yourself and stop we all have a crown. We're all we're in a different race. We can't you know what I mean. We're so I think just build each other. Up is so important and you'll be successful when you do that. It's so true so true well. I hope that landed has built all all you guys up to the I know that she has I am GonNa leave all of everything living with land and in the show notes and I can't thank you enough for taking the the time because I know you have sixty five million things going on. Oh it's so thank you so much so I'm honored thank you thanks for joining us on living fully with Mallory Ervin and remember to subscribe so you don't miss a single minute of encouragement and inspiration to live your best life live want more join us on Mallory Ervin dot com so we can connect with you on instagram and Youtube start living your life now. You've only got one on. We'll see you next time..
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"Hey this is mallory urban and it's time for all of us elaborate bully is so important in this crazy world of arson we stay connected inspired and motivated to be and we are back and that's not always easy i'm here with my guest and friend share the stories and lessons we've learned help you move your best life every day and truly begin living bull let's make it happen again starting with today's episode hallo everyone adam welcome finally to living fully with mallory urban i'm your host mallory urban at i am so excited today to be doing this introduction action episode and launching this podcast it's been a long time coming ad just like all of us in life i have stood in my own way starting this podcast it's such an important message to me an something that i feel like it's part of my life's work and my mission to get this message out there and it is safe to say after recordings several episodes that this is a really really special podcast and one of my very favorite things i've ever done living fully people were like what does it mean to deliver fully what do you even talking about if you guys don't know me from any sort of social media or you to if you don't follow me on instagram you don't anything about my family or my journey i'm gonna give you a quick little glimpse into my life ad why this message is so important to me because i have lift it i lives two different labs one of fear and despair devastation one way i did not want to wake up in the morning i don't want to lives another day at some point when everything got so dark and i have lives on the other side de most vibrant healthy choice full incredible incredible life and they entire world i truly do not envy anyone else's life are i right now i'm living my 'perfect life but it was because of some steps but i took to dramatically
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"Anything anything you want clicking out of the kurds at work when you're right when your boss is about to come up in there we've all been there and it's like oh you know mallory are you still looking at you know like every time how many times can you get sent to agents a lot all been mallory in that situation fucking mallory she's fun with secret santa's though well of course that's why she hasn't lost her job yeah no people want to get her gifts she gives she gave i remember she gave me a candy like one of those edible bras which she couldn't do now candy brown you can't do that eighteen you can't candy rob and and hard candy bro hide candy bra it was like the smarties she gave me a candy bra meko a neck bry you can do that in like twenty eleven you can't do that in two thousand eighteen fortunately that is part of the fun that we have given yeah yeah has has to have equality candy bro gifts and see kosan malary sort of in his stubbed like she's not sure exactly where to go she because her saucy nece inter funny crudeness with so much of what made her gifts exciting now and the workplace time's up on mallory secret santa gifts those meko bras would really smash into into dust yeah they went stairway yeah and sweat is not the friend of the neck oh bra no sweat is not that no because not only will it it will also get sticky elegance shaky it'll lead color marks on your person i wore it to a wedding and i gotta tell you i when i hit the dance dancefloor it did not age well on the dance floor my word to my cousin's wedding but men i must've been pretty five people kept saying they were hungry and i'm like you know there's d'oeuvres being passed around but like no no i got a little sweeter.