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Cuomo unveils plan for school reopenings in New York
"Wins for getting there. So, says Governor Cuomo regarding the opening of schools here in New York State officials rolled out a plan today to get our kids back in front of a chalkboard sometime this year. It along hands on what happens between now and August 1st. That's when the governor will give the official green light and start date or not, or tell parents to keep using their refrigerators as bulletin boards at the House. And 10 wins reporters on urine cone with the details on how it all goes down, Daito watch will be August 1st School District's individual plans will need state approval by then, and governor Cuomo says they're regions will need to be in phase for with an infection rate below 5% if it exceeds 9% in the seven day average schools close You get a green light on August 1st Between August 1st And the day the school opens. We continue to monitor every day. And if the infection rate goes over nine, we hit an emergency stop button. The board of Regents. New guidelines for the state include making sure schools are ready for remote learning even part time if necessary. Assistant Education Commissioner Mary Beth Casey detailed some of the teaching and learning requirements, a little instruction and local curriculum must be aligned to the learning standards and most importantly, there has to be substantive daily interaction between students and their teachers heard that loud and clear at the student forums. They're state guidance now for school district's on everything from cleaning toe. How to best use space to making sure there's still social distancing during fire and lock down
"mary beth" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"A lot of regards. I'm surprised that my bad behavior prior to being a mother. I remember a single mom being like I can't take meetings on. This state are like this one day every single week. I cannot take meetings on that day and I was like. That's the only time client can meet and I I need you there. And she's like well. That's the day that I spend with my girls and it's every single and I'm like what's like I couldn't wrap my head around it and then I had my daughter and I'm like oh I got it actually like a viral article that went around a few years ago. That was basically an apology letter from this woman in all the working moms around her anything. It is really difficult to understand until you're We all are so focused on our own lives and we can't people for it but I think if we can start to educate in a wicked search thing about you know what's important to each individual and this is where flexibility workplace becomes so critical because it's not just for working parents. It's not just for even that returning new parent in the first four weeks right. It's how can we create space for everybody to have a life and still when that person says I don't work on Thursdays because I'm with my child and it's like okay. I get that because I don't work on Tuesday and Thursday nights because I go to this class. That's really important to me or I purchased in this community in in baton. So it's just normalizing that everyone to have a life. Yeah no exactly anything that. That's I think we're starting to get to the place I know. There's a lot of chatter out there like our society is so devolves and things are getting worse and I actually see people trying to make headway right and so I actually am very hopeful. And especially. Because I think millennials as they're coming into position of power they have a very different mindset. And they're starting to take executive leadership roles and then you've got Gen Z. Coming up behind them. That's never known a time but before technology and is very globally aware and so I'm like I actually feel really good for where our future is heading and even now companies and organizations are like okay. We've got to do this better. Because our millennial population is not accepting of our practices. And I'm seeing these shifts and these changes in these opening of conversations and every single time I see a company is especially like a fortune five hundred company doing a really great job of figuring out how to look at their employees as human beings and whole individuals like I shout them out on social media and I'm like consumer activism like. Let's let's spend money on the companies that are figuring it out and maybe create a little bit of a a concern or a need for companies. Who haven't yet figured it out either. Step it up or fade out. You know totally and I do think that there is a lot of momentum in there there are things that are changing and quite frankly. Republicans and Democrats agree that we need paid family leave now. They don't agree on how we'RE GONNA pay for it or when we're ever going to get there but even that foundation has shifted and so there is this momentum of like you know we are looking at people on how we can support them their work lives. And so I think it's just thinking about what you can do in your own life because sometimes it can feel very overwhelming like. I don't have the ability to influence the policy at my company or you take a big activism. Stand for something but you know maybe it's that I can work on my own relationship and how we think about career family for us and how I talk about it with my peers or my friends and you know really thinking about trying not to to into the Mommy wars of stay at home versus working and just recognizing that Hamas work all parents working so how can you just have those subtle conversations and and stand up for what you want in your life. I love that I remember going to a conference one time in a woman strapped and she says what if the Working Environment I'm in is a little on the They're a little conservative and they're not really open to some of these ideas and the woman who stood up said well then it's time to quit and go somewhere else and I was like. Whoa like that. Seems a little aggressive Sometimes it's because they're unaware or they haven't yet been asked and I am a big believer that accompany worth staying with will listen to their employees and I think that it's important that at the very least you search express that you know. Hey I was just wondering if this is something that you guys have considered or their networks within companies where they have groups of employees who have similar either backgrounds or life experiences who can come together and advocate for others within their organizations and I think the conversation has to begin individually and then with the company and then if you're in an environment that truly doesn't get you then okay but I think just the just ask first before you kind of Throat and head out the door. I completely agree with that. We have to all use our voices or were never gonna see that change and so it makes that. Ask Try to influence. See what you can do and reach for support rate like. There's so many people like myself and other organizations that can help you create a script that can give you recommendations of how to make a proposal to your company to even think about who to ask in the right in the first place because sometimes it's like where do I even start so you know reach out for help. No that that we want to create change in in great support for you too. I love that I love that so much. Well I have questions for you that I ask everyone and I'm curious for you based on your life experience if you were to look at a younger version of yourself. How old would she be? And what advice would you give her? So I think it would probably look at either like my high school early college south which it actually long longtime ago now but feels like yesterday still and just try to break down that idea of having it all and really recognize that. That's not the right message to be standing on that it's more about what's the life that you WanNa create for yourself than what are the values that you personally hold in. How does that shape your career choices it? How does that shape? Your family choices it knowing that you don't have to put too much pressure on yourself because I think we put so much pressure on yourself to do it all and not meant to quite frankly it is impossible so you know it's more about finding those relationships and creating the right relationships to have the support that you need a love because I don't think a lot of people will realize you can have. It all was a marketing campaign like that was legit and old school marketing. Kim Pain towards women and I mean not just in itself is in Herranz Bias and I think that's put a lot of pressure on women to feel that they've got to. It's like for me the word balance in the having it all it's like we'll define all because I have it all I. I may not be doing it all incredibly well but I think it's also like he'll just let's breakdown where some of these things came from and what the intention was from them. Because I think you'll find a lot of the time. Is that our social ideas and beliefs about who we should be in life. Were based on a Ad Agency and a campaign. Yeah absolutely I mean. One of my favorite mantras is just. Don't should on yourself might have this. You know cleaning thought of. I should be doing this like wait. Why should I? Who SAYS I should? Where's that coming from? I love that don't should on yourself. I mean eat that next question for you. Very deep If you were heading Transitioning from this life and you wanted to leave behind some gold nuggets of wisdom our inspiration for the next generation. What would they be such a tough one? I think at the end of the day. It's just about speaking up for yourself and not being afraid to be voice thing. Sometimes we feel like it's meant to be somebody else but your ideas matter into don't be afraid to just share with your best friend or with the world what is important to you I love that. I think we have a tendency to question ourselves so deeply before. We're willing to just take that leap into what could be a great idea. What could be a great? I agree with that wholeheartedly and I fight with have so. Many people share this meme. That's like Move forward in silence. Let success beer noise and I'm always like I don't know about that one like I think it's important to like if your ideas are in an infancy stage to make sure that it's only people that you trust and that will give you objective feedback right but I think sometimes we closed down our voices for fear of what other people will think or them stealing them or whatever it may be and sometimes you just have to own something completely. I completely agree with that. I love it. Well I wanNA thank you so much for being on gold and for sharing all of this with us. I hope that it encourages people who are either within the work environment who want to advocate for better experiences or just need to learn how to communicate with the people they love and the people in the office. I will give them some really great insights. If anyone wants to reach out to find you where should they go? You can find me on instagram at work. Three sixty that's W. R. K. Three sixty official or just email me. Mary Beth W ARCHAIC THREE SIXTY DOT COM. I love it. I love it though. Thank you very much for for being on goal today. I appreciate you and I think much thank. You have a great day. Thank you so much for listening today. I Love Mary. Beth's reminder at that communication is everything especially in our personal relationships and communicate with our children not around them talk. Talk Talk People it Saves Your Sanity you can find. Mary Beth at MB underscore Ferranti and at work. 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"mary beth" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider
"Work and that the only way we can provide community support within the workplace is to lead the conversation. She is a mom of two fiercely. Advocating for millennial working parents today. We talk about our own experiences as new moms high functioning rules how to manage personal relationships and why it is so important for companies to break down the maternal wall. Mary Beth is co-founder of work. Three Sixty and engagement platform for organizations to retain and attract talent by transforming workplace cultures to better support working parents and caregivers as a former senior vice president in the Finance Industry. She always valued growing her career like so many other career driven mothers. She was surprised to hit the maternal wall her own experience propelled her to dive deeper into maternal bias to influence changes to workplace culture and advocate for a national paid leave policy. She's a regular contributor to Forbes on the intersection of work in parenting and our work has been featured in today working mother ferry God boss. Scary Mommy and more. Let's stick in. I'm so excited to join with gold. Mary Beth Ferranti. Thank you so much for joining our audience. Thank you so much for having me an excited to be here absolutely have a lot in common and I feel like it's going to be a really great conversation today. Has We both come from Finance background we both lived in that world and both our parents and both realized at some point in time that there is absolutely a difference between There's a before and after I think when you become a parent especially when you're in corporate America and now you've built your world around this new platform that you have and I'm so curious as to win. That decision was made. You know that you're gonNA leave prior to be coming among like what was that journey where you decided like okay. This isn't working for me anymore. Yeah you know. It's a number of factors that really played into it for me You know I think first and foremost I had been running Consumer Strategy for a large large bank and a new. The Bat work wasn't the bill for me so I think if I loved my job I probably would have stayed but I already was on the fence on. You know what I was doing. I was very good at my job but it just didn't totally enjoy it And I think that's an important factor because I do that. If you really enjoy what you're doing you can make other other things work. So that was the foundation is I wasn't loving what I was doing already but when I came back from my first maternity leave back into an environment of a very tight. Knit Group Our team is very small. It was all men. It was all ex consultant men so they headed kind of mentality of their own as well and my my direct leader did not have children yet. He was just getting married that summer. And my executive Took two days off after the birth of the second child and didn't even like make an announcement or share with us. The bats what was going on in his life so there was definitely a culture of kind of secret guaranteeing end. Really making sure that you didn't talk about your personal life at work and I came back in And immediately had a full slate of projects immediately was working weekends and was wondering was it worth it and I think the other big piece of this is being on a team of all men as I felt very isolated as a working mom. I had participated while I was on. Leave a mommy group and you know you're getting text messages saying like. Hey let's meet on the park on Thursday and you're like I'm at work. I can't do that and do you know you're kind of constantly in this push polls scenario and there just wasn't in my narrow view in my job there wasn't other women in the same place as me. There were a lot of women around me but they were. You know often times older had older children and they really just weren't able to provide the support and when I was asking for that support. It was often that with well. I took time off when my kids were little or you just have to power through it. You'll figure it out and I was really looking for like tactical do and there just wasn't any. That's interesting to me like the secret parenting because I remember when I came back from maternity leave that was when I realized like there's definitely a Nassir them society and I remember when of our sales executives coming to me and saying How is the firm? GonNa make the Revenue. We lost while you were gone and I was like I just made a human being you make up the revenue and there definitely is a divide right. Because I didn't really fit into the mommy and me groups. They were confused by my parenting style like they were helicopter. Moms afraid of the Children. Even touching each other and when. I would leave work early and go get my daughter from Your little daycare Situation They were afraid of her having germs and I can't believe she's trying to scoot and I can't believe she's pulling yourself up. This seems so dangerous. Like why are you letting her do that? Oh well she has to because she's a working mom she has no choice. I'm like Oh my God so it's like you couldn't I couldn't win in either place and And I'm curious I wanna hear like what you think of this. I remember After my daughter was probably about a year or two After she's about a year or two old I had an executive reach out to me and say we would like you to be the person who talks to all of the the folks in your role who are getting ready to go on maternity leave so they know what to expect and I was so offended by it because I was like. I don't even like what I have to tell them. I have to tell them like when you get back to work. Pretend that you're not a mother like you have to League divorce yourself of the fact that you just had a child and suck it up buttercup and I'm like Oh. I don't like that I have to do this. And I'm curious like did you have that same kind of like okay. I have to pretend like I don't have a kid when I'm around. These people definitely. I think that that's a cultural thing especially in the US and in in corporate environments right so rare this idea of secret parenting where we don't talk about your children where you don't really talk about your personal lives. In general I do think that it is shifting. We tackle a lot more in the corporate world about bringing your whole self to work and what not and I think. There's an opportunity for millennials to really break that barrier down around secret parenting and to start to talk about what it needs to be a caregiver in the workplace. Because if we don't share that reality it doesn't change right and so if we can start to have those conversations of like hey right now the the status quo is that you stuck it up any pretend like everything going on in your personal personal life doesn't matter then. We can't influence the policies of the culture or you know how we can provide communities of support within the workplace so. I do think that there is an opportunity to be that leader. But it's also a lot of pressure when you already have two plus full-time jobs your day job in them being a parent and then if you have breastfeeding into the notion of Another thirty six hours a week right so like it's two three plus jobs that you're managing so it's a lot to ask of women and I think it's a lot to put that onus on us but I also don't think that I think if we don't be that leader it's not GonNa Change. It hasn't changed. If you actually look back at articles in comments in the sixties the seventies the eighties I mean all these same issues were being talked about by women. Were going back to work then. Hasn't changed in fifty years. I was talking to Amy Nelson from the Riveta recently and she was. I adore her because like she actually shows up in her investor meetings with her daughter and she'll breastfeed at the table while she's dealing with her and buster's and I'm like I love you because I think we need that type of activism and I kind of forced it for for my an. I do recognize that I had the luxury of doing that. I was in a role where I could kind of forced the situation And I would bring my daughter to work and.
"mary beth" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"Wow and I was like set my resume and got the job. A girl had broken her leg on vacation. Ecuador thing and she's he needed a replacement and so I just kind of like went up and I look and I fell back in love with television so hard. What my little spirit needed at that And so lived in the production office like with Tucker Smith and you literally live there and we slept in the Peo- rooms easier commute New York right but it was a blast. It was just yeah show. Big Sound stage was very different than trading spaces. That was before your son. This is before my but the reason why it's important as I went and took that job in New York and I made all these new contacts so fast forward baby working in Philly taken weird jobs not aligning and then. I look at my husband that day. And he's like I'm like what are we going to do? I got to do something you know we got I have to make. Some money is not gonNA feed himself. Maybe needs to show. Let me just reach out to people on. See if there's anything available maybe we can convince someone to travel me somewhere. We can get out of Philly for the winter because he got like a toddler Alfie Freezing cold I'm like let's see and it was like that week right after I left that horrible job and sent some emails and Tucker Smith who had worked with on design star was like yeah. I'm doing this show called brother versus brother in Las Vegas. I would love to have you interviewed for the job and got it now. That property brothers already been a hot property. At that point they premiered in two thousand eleven here in the United States today and brother versus brother. I came on season three seasons one and two were kind of like a competition show where they were like mentoring teams but season. Three was the first time that they went head to a head to head. So you've been working with the property brothers for awhile off and on since that. Yeah almost every single winter since two thousand fifteen doing that show and so tell us some things that we don't know about drew and Jonathan. I wish there is like so much juice by you and Laura. Nobody's got anything bad to say about them okay. I don't need anything bad but tell me something that we wouldn't expect. They're more fun in person. I wish I could be like a Harris the dirt I now I mean it's actually really nice like they're the kind of guy that you get a video of them singing. You happy birthday on your birthday. I know they just signed my kid's birthday perfect. They're not perfect human power. They would they have a really good family. Their families amazing. Yeah Jim Joanne. I'm like throwing my family. Yeah like they're great like I duNNo. They really put family first. They put each other. I have amazing relationship with each other. They're good communicators with each other. They're good to their people so they've become this empire and produced the show as well so talk about how that factors into them as talent like are they more hands on in terms of the production part of it you know like how does that work. They definitely are involved. I mean I would say overall. It's a really positive thing there collaborator. Yeah you know it can be really dicey right. You got your your talent who were also on the production company and are also executive producers of the show with you and that could maybe not be ideal right but I you know their ideas are always really good and the like St Holes. Maybe that you didn't see. And they know their brand better than anyone else so what they say usually brings a lot to the table. Sometimes I'll be like. Hey Man I'm I'm trying to figure out this and they'll be like Oh. Yeah we'll just do that and you're like Oh yeah that's perfect. Of course yeah. I think that's rare. I'm really great the really smart. Yeah they're definitely like future focused very ambitious very ambitious but good hearted. They're Canadian. Yeah now I do feel like that. Earn easing yeah right now I believe. When have you ever met an Asshole Canadian? Oh they're out there but Lorne michaels and kind of from what I've heard they're just lovely lovely. Humans feel grateful to have a working relationship with them. And I'm grateful that I've been able to spend so much time with them and call them friend along with CO worker like refunds. I love that so when you went out to vegas you brought you brought the family and that kind of started this adventure lifestyle and so at this point how will was Oscar. And like were you talking about okay. How are we going to do this? Like what's going to be our new life. Yeah Oscar to when we left Philadelphia. We've kind of already decided that we wanted to homeschool before we decided to hit the road. We weren't going getting ready to put him in preschool or anything like that. We knew that he was going to be home with US anyway. So it really opened up opportunity because you thought we could just be anywhere does that. Is the education right like you could road school? Your kid which is like the journey is the learning. Is that what it's car when we went to lunch? You said this philosophies called something but it wasn't I mean there's many ways that you call it like. Yeah some people call it like experiential learning or no soling or unschooled. Act schooling basically. We have a curriculum for him. We let him experience the world and have trust in him that he's innately curious and let him leave his way in his education so when a kid too right which is when you sort of decided this. How do you know what kind of kid he's going to be like if it was up to my daughter and by the way this will be her dream come true? She's do tick Tock all day. She's not going to be like. Let's go to the museum and read a book. Well you're still apparent right. He's two years old so much of an opinion. So you're like we're GONNA go playground. We're going to go science museum. We did all that to do. You know what I'm saying and and yet and you could argue. Maybe because of all the school they fight back you know what I mean. I don't know he doesn't know what it's like to go to school right. And so how does he experienced that? What's it like for him? I mean he's a smart kid he's a quote unquote normal kid in the world. Like how does he? He knows kids go to school. Kids also don't because he hangs out some you know. So what does he say about it? I think he likes IT I. It's hard because he doesn't know different so he really can't quantify experience right and it's just like he doesn't know any different than getting up and packing up every six months you know. It sounds so sad I know in some ways it is either going to be like the most amazing thing and he'll be so grateful for it can be like years of deep therapy pay for it. Probably both there's a lot of pluses and minuses By think for us it was important to be together and I think that the family aspect of it of us being a unit was more important and then with the Internet and everything like then the education would follow and so on his own he just became curious about reading and he taught himself everything. Thank God so far. He knows math and reading. Creasing are they're required state requirements. So we are on paper are I. I'm a resident of Texas blood. I well I needed a place to send mail so when we left Philly. We rented our house out on airbnb and we couldn't have our mail sent there anymore and so we're like well. What are we gonNA do so we found this? Rv Club and we have an address in Texas and it gives the PO box. It's a street address. The United States Union Street address so and That's my legal residents and so. How does that correlate with his education? Well Texas doesn't have any surprising so they're like slap you know about like good luck in like okay like carry a gun. I know I mean it's amazing in that way that you have the freedom to do that. It's a little scary sometimes because there's probably kids who do need some is on them right. I'm sure yeah but for us. It's been wonderful. Since we never ENRO- enrolled him. I mean I could deep dive on homeschooling laws. But really he's under whatever jurisdiction of where he is. I six months or more so each state has their own separate homeschooling law. So you have to follow that of what you're at. Does he like the adventure? Does he like that? There's always a new city a new adventure. I mean he's a yes I think so I he says so. And he hasn't complained yet He's an excellent road. Tripper will be like a seven or eight hour day. He'll be like Oh that was nothing and I'm like. Wow how did you just say that I well? He's eight yeah he definitely? We spent a lot of time in New Orleans last year and we did enroll him in like a little kind of I. Called the hippy. School but You know he misses his friends but the same same time like yesterday. He was at Knott's Berry farm with his new friend aiden and he's at home school coop today. And with a gaggle of kids and then he's probably really good at making friends. Yeah I mean he's like where's the beating heart? Hi I'm Oscar. I know it's awesome. That's so great so then in terms of how you look at the next five to ten years with him. I guess ten till He. He's not gonNA maybe well. That's right. Exactly it's history and you better go like you're staying with us. You know I guess. In certain ways you have no restrictions. I guess the question is for you. You know we talked about this little at lunch. Like show running is a hard physically. You know it's like how long do you? How do you see your career going in terms of you've been doing these home shows you start you leave the La in a month? You go back to Pittsburgh ride to do. Say what's the show naming? I'm going to do a show with Leeann Steve Ford Avenue title this year. But yeah and you become sort of defacto hero show runner for HDTV. If you listen to my lauren rich podcast. I think he's specifically names. You because you're just so great while they're so great you've saved many shows that I know for a fact for many production companies so I mean come in well I think it's you know there's a lot of different kinds of show runners. I think when you get somebody who's specifically good at this genre really gets it. You hold onto that person for dear life so I get why they treasury you. I treasure them back. So I didn't Treasury Lauren. Right back and he's so great and I love them to bits. So do you see yourself doing more home? Like what's the? How do you envision the next five to ten? I don't know I it'll be interesting to see how television changes right in the next five years like there's no guarantees in our business right now. I look at myself as a viewer. And I'm an I'm asking questions right like I love instagram stories. Yeah favorite shows a youtube channel. You know what youtube channels do you like? Oh they're all traveled. Really really yes always always goes back to travelers school. There's these sailing. These sailors sailing Lavar Gabon. Such beautiful footage such great storytelling. Their life is so captivating they just sailed Greta Thunberg across the Atlantic so she get to Spain that was down my God even on Youtube forever. The millions of subscribers like. Wow so you know there's something into that. I I don't know what the future holds. I love doing home improvement shows. I think it's something that I find interesting. It's always changing. The houses are to me the houses that we tack on the shows are characters of their own. And I feel really gratified in like bringing these houses back to life and you know being like helping to curry the story along of like our.
"mary beth" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY
"This is reality of reality. I'm elise arisen. A longtime TV producer and development executive every week on the podcast. I talked to interesting people in all aspects of unscripted content. Today on the podcast. Mary Beth Anderson five years ago and be as we know her in the business sold everything that her family owned packed up the car and hit. The road headed toward her nets production. She's been on the road ever since executive producing all across the country. She is known best in the home. Reynaud space she's produced. Hdtv's brother versus brother restored by the fords my lottery. Dream Home Design Star and good bones. She is beloved over there. Have you listened to my podcast with Lauren? Rush Way Back. We talk about her as well so mb started her career in two thousand one on. T. L. C.'s trading spaces which is how I know her from way back when and she's done a ton of shows for other cable nets and broadcast networks over the years so we get into her career and also kind of her wild unconventional life on the road with her family. And it's really a lot of fun so I hope you enjoy well. This is very exciting day. I am here with the one. The only Mary Dennison who we need the applause track better known as M B. I have known I was as I was telling my husband this morning. I have known you longer than I've known him. And that's a long time. That's more than seventeen years girl. Sh I know eighteen years. Been doing this a long time. You were only five practically. Yeah look exactly the same like literally. It's a little creepy actually. So so yes see you and I met in Philadelphia. I was doing a pilot that you were working on forty eight hour wedding. I think I've told this story before on the podcast. So I'M NOT GONNA get into it but basically I went to Philly just to do a pilot for six weeks I was living in. New York had no intention of ever moving to Philly. But what love trading spaces which will get into? That's how you started. That's why I went to Bania. I was hoping to get hired on that show as a freelancer because I was subletting my place in New York. They didn't have anything on that job but they had this pilot forty-eight our wedding and I don't know if you remember this but you were helping us with casting and we were doing rounds because the first part of the show was a game show and you were helping us like do the mock trials in the office. You were either a dater or you were just like helping us behind the scenes but I specifically remember you in the lobby with us with Christo shot to Chris. Hey Chris Yeah like going through the format and it was so much fun. That show is so much fun and so crazy. Your desk was right on the other side of my so an ice. Remember you guys filming that wedding and it was crazy. It was insane because people don't understand that four hours actually really. There was no. We weren't playing fast loose. Anyone who knows me knows I like to get my eight hours of sleep so that was not a good schedule for my so yeah so when I met you. Were you actually working on trading? How did you even get into Banyan? I wanted to work for Banyan period. But you're twenty three. I was like oh through the man who was twenty two when I started being produced. You right out of college right voted. Did you go to Penn State? Now I went to Indiana University of Indiana wait not a Pennsylvania. Exactly I was like what do you mean? There's one you went to the big one. I went to the big one. And then where you're from. No I'm from all over. I moved all over growing up makes as we get into. What the heck you're doing now so okay. And you're GONNA height will like way went to high school right outside New York City where Ridgewood New Jersey. Of course. It's very nice. It's a lovely town. Yes so I yes okay New Jersey. That's what I think. And then you. How'd you find out about Banyan? I was obsessed so. There's this show called travelers. That was their first show. I know and it was amazing. To Anthony Era Hello Anthony Euro and Christianity leads all the people and it used to be on discovery like four o'clock in the afternoon when I was nine time. Oh my God. I did travelers of my home. Town of Ridgewood New Jersey. We really like in Highschool for fun like the camcorder. Oh yes so I loved it. I did the same graphics with just like the little words on it. I don't know it was just it was. I've always had a bit of wanderlust end. They would try by. People would travel all over the world and it'd be like a fun exploration of these towns. I remember them doing like the Toma. Tina in the running of the Bulls in South America. It was it was just seemed beyond incomprehensible that you can make TV show about it. Things are starting to make so. I did not know this. It's all the become a part of the puzzle that we will put together by the end of this and then when I got to college I was in a Sorority Hey Atlantic Kappa Sigma Sigma Delta. Okay D- yeah and but there's only I mean I'm so old that there was only two televisions with cable in the house. There is the pink room and then there was a TV upstairs in the informal living room one would be days of our lives and then after lunch. I'd run downstairs because on. Tlc It'd be a makeover story a wedding story a baby story and Jay's I loved it I loved it was like just yeah. I don't know it was early unscripted. Really the first time there was early verite of people and their stories and their simple and lovely but they were great and I watched every episode. I could and then that's where I wanted to work. I was like this is horrible. So would you do it? I waited for the credits you when you looked at them. Yeah say it's so I had a mentor from high school who worked at the NBA did my internship NBA entertainment like the Basketball League. Okay so what? Everyone thought it was a great player. Is Distinct excessive? Shame such wasted talent. Yeah but I had a great internship. There was a pay television. Internship which is kind of a city knows in secaucus. Oh Okay and I think I was offered a baby story internship and I didn't take it because it wasn't paid I was like what's retrospectively I should have. Wow but Linda calories cain was a friend of the Sky Jason Kidd who was the director of MBA inside stuff. And he's like you know Banyans really top drawer. There make great content and so on and so I sent my resume launder her. I graduated like right before nine eleven. Wow and so that summer was like trying to get in trying to get in and then like the job market just dried up. I was still like waitressing and I was like well. You know what screw it. They're not going to hire me unless they really know me. Sorry matriculated credit at Indiana University. Told him I would intern. Work there for free with this is awesome. I have never heard of such a thing. You Be Kate. You graduated But became a college student again. So you could do an unpaid internship. That is fantastic. I said if I can't get in the front door I'll get in the back door here. This kids this is called Hustle. You gotTa Love It. How hilarie ridiculous but are so bad to be an easier way. No apparently not not two thousand one right. I mean the reason why I knew I wanted to work at Banyan and this is funny but I saw mistakes on. Tlc and I was like well. If I can see the mistakes that means I can make it like. I could make the show because I'm seeing the right way but I'm also seeing the wrong way of doing it and kind of gave me the confidence to advocate real. Just GonNa use the confidence that you had as a twenty one year old woman. That's incredible so. I'm very lucky. My grandmother lived in South Jersey. Live with her for awhile. And didn't the Township Haddonfield. So who is your? Did you work for shift? So Denise Cram Z. gave me my first internship. I got chills. I love her so much. My big break so talk about Denisa little because we've never talked about her on the podcast and for people who don't know. Yeah she's a legend so this was season two of trading spaces when I come to Banyan and she's just she was the most incredible showrunner ever could like cry. I loved her so much. She was just a life force and I don't know every day I'm like what would Ramsey do I truly? I think about her all the time I would say. She's like one of the most profound losses in my life. She passed away. Gosh it's been awhile now. Time ten at least ten years but she was the showrunner of trading spaces. She also did a wedding story and then she went on and had like a overall out. He see the are universal something here and then she was the show runner later on with extreme makeover when Taiwan over there right so she. I didn't know Denise I mean I knew you know hello in the office kind of thing but when she passed I mean. She was even legendary at the time. I mean people you know and it was like. Who's this Denise Cram Z like? She's the sounds you know important and then When she passed just level of outpour of love and loss for her was like nothing. I've ever seen it was. It was awful. Yeah still is awful. I still wish I could call her and be like what should I do? Because it was once. She was her circle. Yeah it was for life you know what I mean like she just she had you and I still work with people. Now it's like. Oh you denise gave me my first job like when we're still tied by low. Yeah what do you think? Made her so good at what she did She was really whip smart like and she understood every single department. She also led with joy. I can hear her laughing right now. You know I'm like Jill Avenue and but she's also tough when she needed to be. Amy Lie Combo Yeah. She's just an excellent excellent television producer. I I don't know I've never met anyone like her. Just wow you know well. I'm glad you you talked about her for people who who didn't know where so. You ended up working on trading spaces. Yeah right was that so. That was the goal really digging deep here. I was in those early days. Because it was the day I used to like get myself pumped up going over the Ben Franklin Bridge like Anita job was my mission like wanting a job at Banyan and the other thing that people don't understand because Philly is obviously not a hub of entertainment but back in the day. Banyan was a force they were. I mean. Trading spaces was huge. It was all anyone was talking about it. Well let me an intern season to that. I worked in developed I was a development in turn. I think fringe Schatz. Our wedding is late then. I did a show called birthday. Which was like a labor and delivery show right very transformative in my life actually loved that show researching and then Job came up for season. Three.
Your Coronavirus Questions Answered
"So our first question comes from Amanda in Chicago. My question is how does the corona virus spread and can I catch it from simply being the same public spaces someone. For example airport. We got a lot of questions. About how the corona virus spreads so talk taping. I talked to Dr Lynn Chen. She has up the Travel Medicine Center at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge Massachusetts and she says it mostly spreads person to person through droplets. Let's and Snot so for example of somebody is coughing sneezing and the lands on your face or near you or Liana surface. Where are you then touch? And then some help bring the droplet close to her face nose and mouth. That's how it can spread. It seems to be you less contagious than the flu. Or measles which you can literally just like breathe out and it hangs around in the air and then somebody else breathes it in Yep so if outside or even inside at a place like the airport. You don't have to be awkward about it. You don't glare people for sneezing but just try and keep some space between you and someone who looks sick she says the CDC puts that distance at about six feet away and as always good hand. Washing is really really key. after touching anything being before touching the phase before touching food. You gotTa wash those pause paying. Yeah Mattie it's a germ and like most germs. You can kill it or you can wash it off with soap and water but if you absolutely don't have access to a sink then you can arm yourself with some alcohol wipes and some strong hand sanitizer but what about the people that can spread read it without seeming sick or even knowing they're sick themselves so there's been some debate around this as symtomatic transmission. It's the idea that people could be walking around. I'm feeling totally fine. And still giving it to other people which is kind of a scary thought and last week there is a paper and the New England Journal of Medicine. It was a bad case in Germany. Where or woman who didn't seem sick still gave the virus? Her Co workers but the problem was that the authors didn't actually talk to the woman right and win other people did talk to her. It turns out that she actually was feeling sick. She just took some medicine and went to work. Yeah so it's not actually clear yet whether a symptomatic transmission is or isn't happening but but even if it is happening health officials say that it's really not a big driver in this outbreak. And they're actually much more concerned about people who really are a little bit sick but are still going to school unto work right and then. There's the question of masks this one came from. Alex in Hong Kong are surgical masks or and ninety. Five masks can help us Out at all. Yeah and I would say if you're going to be that person who goes to work sick and I am not naming. Any names would probably help. If you wore a mask. Logic would suggest that it probably does decrease some spread of germs from somebody who actually is ill. That's Stockton Mary. Beth sexton At emory university. So if you yourself are sick mask maybe a good idea right and so in hospitals at least wearing a mask helps catch sputum and Snot and keep it from spreading and like Alex said. There are two types of masks right. Yeah let's right. Mattie that is the end ninety five respirator mask ask which fits tight to your face and it blocks. Most airborne particles among their surgical masks. Are these gauzy rectangular pieces of cloth or paper and you loop them around your ears. Here's and cover your nose and mouth okay. So those end ninety five respirator masks kind of the stiff ones. That have kind of like little half dome. They're recommended for hospital settings but but not for the general public yeah. They're said to be pretty uncomfortable and they might make it hard to breathe and for people who want to prevent themselves from getting sick masks might not do a whole lot. Sexton says it depends on the setting like walking around outdoors with a mask isn't really helpful. It's really going to be an enclosed spaces with people who are contagious that you have the most risk of transmission and so those are probably the situation where you might see some benefit from wearing the mask but again. I think that the emphasis officially on the mask could even be counterproductive because we really need people to wash their hands and to not expose other people if they're symptomatic so so like people might put on a mask and be like Oh. I'm protected and give you kind of a false sense of security. Yeah right in a bunch of people who really aren't used to wearing them they might be touching their faces a lot or they may keep wearing the same mask over and over and that could actually do more harm than good. Another thing that we got questions about a lot is this thing called an are not. It's a number. It's super complicated and it's something that people get wrong. All the time and Christine Garzke from Columbus Ohio O.. H. I hi L.. She asked us about it. Do we know what the are not of this. Current Corona virus is. Okay here we go you ready. Think so so so are not. Is the number of people one sick person could infect on average and that's in a population that's totally susceptible that's important so a group of people in which nobody's vaccinated or has gotten the virus yet. You can kind of think about it as contagious nece but a little more complicated. How so lots of things go into into this intense calculation slash mathematical model? That spits out this number stuff like how long a person's contagious. How likely am I to pass the virus to you do if I'm sick and we've made what's called effective contact with each other right and it's not actually necessarily a constant exactly in multiple ways as we learn more and more about the biology the virus the number will change and it also changes based on the population? You're talking about so factors like the way People Act Act. How many people come in contact with each other? In that population think super congested city versus a rural population. Okay Mattie but back to Christine's original class who what is the actual number fine okay. It's actually a range. Here's Marina van Kerckhove Atop World Health the organization official estimates the reproduction number range from one point four to four point nine so above one where we see human to human transmission but again these estimates maybe refined as more data becomes available. Okay so that actually sounds kind of bad and lake one person getting five. More people sick is a lot of people. Yeah Yeah I hear you but the first thing to keep in mind is that this number was calculated based on the population in China. Right so not the states and again we need to learn a lot more To feel super confident in that range or that number in the final note. Hi are not doesn't mean that. A virus super deadly. It also doesn't talk about like how fast it will spread. It's not a rate calculation. And no doubt this is a cause for concern but I don't think it's really a cause for panic at least not for us here in the. US US okay. So keep calm yes a little bit for now and so are not. Let's leave that right there by itself. Okay Okay Mattie I've left it all right last ask question yell at a lot of people asking about how panic shabby. Why is the media so all over this? Yes we did. Here's one from David Kessler Antler. Why is the corona virus being reported on so much? I do not intend to be callous or obtuse. But I'm curious what element is here. That makes this virus so alarming coming as compared to Cardiff's the US deaths by gun or even our current flu epidemic. That has taken so many more lives. Yeah I think this is actually a pretty great question like one that I actually think about a lot as a human scientist and journalist what do you feel about paying so I think I think it's a fair point that there's a lot aww breathless coverage going on right now about the corona virus and I know that we're contributing to we've been talking about the current virus a lot all the time and it's everywhere and so that it might give people a feeling that we might be dying of it at any given moment sure but the fact is that in the United States the actually really low right and I think it depends on who you are. So if you're a person in China this probably doesn't feel like too much coverage but in the US it could seem overkill. Yeah and something else I think we you need to be aware of in the. US pass is not to vilify the people who are the victims of the virus when he talked about the markets where the viruses thought to have come from and what people eat in China. Yeah I mean we've even talked about that stuff on the show and I feel like we could do better but in the defense of this abundant media coverage. Here's the thing we don't. I don't actually know that much about this virus in that is scary and so I think from a public health perspective. There's a good idea that we should take this extremely seriously really that we should have a strong position. So that we can stamp it out because there are legitimate fears about this getting a foothold and becoming. You know like a new flu Lou. That's always around to deal with over and over again and part of the way you contain potentially global threat like this is to have a lot out of coverage to hear from experts and to share information as much as you can
Helping A Child Whose Parents Are Struggling With Addiction
"Around twenty children's sit around sickle inside the main Camp Lodge. Almost I only have a parent. WHO's addicted to opioids? The lights are dim. It's one of those moments you know is going to be intense and you should brace yourself even before it happens. Happens the eight to twelve year olds. Read the letters to addiction dear diction why do adults like you. When I'm older I will be kill? Kill you make me not like bog. Edad ed it's sad. You make my dairy goat prison. I hate you their addiction. You are immersed my worst enemy. You took my dad for me. My stepdad my aunt and bound to be my uncle so I just have to ask you a question could you please just go to hell. Signed Hyundai very sad kid. I hate you so I wish you wasn't. Will you kids so bad. I hate you go to to help. This is my issue. Mommy the pain. These children feel L.. Is almost too much to bear and millions of families are touched by addiction. But remember that episode of Mister Rogers neighborhood where he tells children to look for the to help us. Well this episode of Life Kit is about how you can be that help because not everyone is lucky enough to go to a camp like this windy. Berkshire Director of campus and Dayton Ohio. Says kids shouldn't bear this pain alone and the most important thing is that you know. Oh that you're gonNA love most important thing to me. Is that your team. And you're no and you're heard after reading. Each child goes outside and throws their letter into a glowing firepit. They watched the letter to Addiction Bourne. Berkshire on other mentors hug them. And say I love you and you're so brave one little ten year old with big Blue Eyes as the last one in line chilly high. Listen IT S my mom. He missed him sweetheart in. I'm sorry mom here. I'm sorry what can you do if you'll see the teacher a neighbor churchgoer coach and you suspect something might be going on. Maybe or thinking yes. I'd love to be that person but I don't know much about addiction. Mary Beth Collins with the National Association for Children of Addiction says it doesn't matter we're not expecting adults to have to go and do a crash course you don't have to go And read a book all about addiction. You don't need to be able to speak clinically about substance use disorder all that you really need to know how to do is to be carrying to be loving and to be able to connect with kids and engage with them. mm-hmm that's as simple as it is. Okay but what if you want even sure there's really addiction family or maybe you don't want to overstep again. Mary Beth Collins says don't worry about it I invite this people to not get bogged down with that level of responsibility. You don't have to Komo for sure it's bad enough before you intervene. I'm covey the Cardoza and before I began reporting on addiction I used to think it mant mant parents strung out on the floor or they've disappeared for days or severe abuse going on but experts like Collins say that's actually not not true. Most of the time addiction takes place in families. That seem like they're functioning pretty well so you'll see them going to work or in Church walking the dog doc. She says the far greater likelihood of neglect or emotional abuse lake constant criticism or unrealistic expectations. Having said that a child safety of courses the most important so if you see signs of physical or sexual abuse definitely call the authorities. All of these children have experienced traumas sometimes abuse and neglect a growing number are in foster care. Many have apparent incarcerated dead or not in their lives. Alone is a national nonprofit that runs these camps in thirteen states many areas hardest hit by the the OPIOID crisis. The children meet at least twelve times a year so I think of it is an opportunity. That's Claudia Black an expert in the field of addiction. She helped start these camps years ago. Yes safe place for very young children to be where they can speak their truth where they can be honest about what it is. That's going on in their family. She says there's a lot of secrets and Cheam. Many kids don't even know what the word addiction means. They just know that parent is different. One eleven year old whose mother has been in Rehab. Several Times says this is how she explained it. If you really want to have a cupcake every single day in constantly constantly. And if you didn't have it you'd feel really schick. Black says that might not be the best analogy because well children love cupcakes. Rather she says she tells young children. It's like an illness or a disease with those who are older. She's a little more graphic. Something literally has their arms their hands wrapped apt around your parents neck. And that there's a choke hold and that your parents hands are tied behind them. They don't have the ability to reach up and pull pull whatever it is this got them around that neck and that so severely choking them in. I think that what we want people to a really grasp is that it isn't willpower. And there isn't a choice at this point without they're getting some kind of help. Okay so now. Let's get down to some practical tips Bryan Moss overseas all camps at Luna. He says these children are at higher risk for so using earlier and for entering the juvenile justice system will never be able to change. What's happened to them but what we can do is boost the protective factors and and lessen the likelihood of long term consequences? What are some of these protective factors that brings us to take away number? One being a caring consistent doubt in a child's life a help. Oh because Claudia Black says often. That's exactly what these children don't have a sense of mastery or feeling of success. At least one area of your life is really helpful to children and so the role that somebody could play play is how can I help develop that with child. Maybe that's with Helping this twelve year old boy work on a car with me and I'm the neighbor and and I teach him some mechanical skills and he develops a sense of mastering sense of pride around that. Or maybe it's win. This little girl comes to my house and plays with my kids. I get she and my kids involved in an art project and really try and further her talent because I see some natural talent in the art things you can do. I really really simple bake a cake. What you game going to hike kick around a ball ask about school collins says it's not about the activity it's about showing you care consistently those loving moments are what will build that trust in these children? And it's through through that trust through that consistent nature that they will start to trust you more when Michael was nine. He got into trouble unlocked for privacy reasons. We're only using his middle name. He was angry because his dad never spent any time with him. He was always dealing with Michael's brother Who is struggling with addiction? He would rarely come because he was with my brother or he was working. It was either one of the two. Michael didn't tell anyone how he felt. I hope but he was angry. I would slam the door as will as sometimes I hit my head on the wall and then walking out of class and and just not being able to control how I felt at that time and then one day miss missy accounts lettuce school started talking to him in the hallway just stuff like how a school today and what do you enjoy doing sometimes complimenting him Michael started going to her office to chat every day for two years she enrolled him in a Lunar Kemp. Michael says he always appreciated that. She didn't ask questions about his family. All pry. It's good to wait because you don't WanNa make a kid feel uncomfortable with answering the question themselves being that the kid. It doesn't even know what's going on in their life they just know it's an addiction and they just wanted to stop
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"mary beth" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis
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"mary beth" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis
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"mary beth" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis
"Love Nasty. Yeah they'll look. Yes yes I was about to say the exact same thing. Oh my God yeah. I know I snack role on King of the hill. Ninety brings the people on the show. No there wasn't there wasn't episode where there was an episode where there was a black friend. There was a flat coworker. King Hank got tested. He did one of those like psychological tests as racist characters. WERE BLACK THE CLEVELAND. They did not have a clear honestly honestly glad they didn't take US Cleveland Fall Short Cleveland from family. I across the street didn't watch these cartoons. Do you watch cartoons. I watch Jack Horsemen. I'll try to get. Ah I know why people don't like it but it's for people that are like in the Biz so fucking chronic right. Depression horses horses people with horses long haul in the first season. I think that there's a lot of dramatic stuff that will grab you and you'll like it. I don't know I think the humor like springs out of like it being weirdly real big mouth okay. I like big mouths house. Gregory's to is bisexual. Nobody really talks about the whole. There's an episode of particularly where he being propositioned by this gentleman at at the grocery store and he's basically coming out as like like. Oh I would do you but I know I can't. I have a wife guys. Come on this really funny. Wow how families fluid located Mambo Top. She'd be looking at butts he'd be looking Anat. Dang girl is by man to write the little. What's her name? I know. Oh Tina Tina yes. She's voiced by a male stand up comic then minutes. Yes so much money in cartoon voice over to that. It's I'm trying to get in reboot. We got four actors bags right now. Consider this a work. I work at Frederick part-time. They.
"mary beth" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis
"Well hello everybody. We're back with another the episode of Guard tank and way too many people. I'm here with so many of my very good friends. we've got Murray. Fostering in the building how Our I'm so tired so happy to finally have you on again. Who are dodging the show? You have I'm here I'm happy to be here. I'm so happy to help you We've got Alex English again back returning from the previous episode. Yes hello I'm sipping Mitee not going to be doing that a lot. This episode. I think okay. Okay Internet jokes. Larry Owens next also returning from the previous episode. Larry Larry. How have you been in the past five ten minutes happy to be on the panel episodes and here in the? I guess you'd call it the hot seat we're not doing Who wants to be a millionaire anymore? So we can legally use that term the hot seat We got Mary Beth. Brown how are you. I'm good I'm unwell but we're here own well. How mentally physically? Yeah I drink so much Tequila last night and I feel like I did myself a disservice Senate yeah. Do you feel like mentally only prepared to do this right now. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Okay that's great. What you drink Tequila with nothing? That's issue just straight Tequila from the BOT- August night. Unfortunately by yourself now she's free party And then yeah then I. I took myself home. Put myself to bed. Okay that's what I do now. I just drink so much that I need to go to sleep. Yeah then I go to sleep. Yeah whose whose house was. who was like Benito Skinner No? It was fun His boyfriend through party and it was very well decorated everyone. Can you know I had a show before for so I arrived late and then I felt like I had like so some things on my costume still and I just honestly spent most of the time I was there in his bedroom. Just Drinking Kua okay. It's fine thanks to your. What was the costumes? Share from the grammys in nineteen. Seventy four what uh-huh yeah. She's wearing like a sheer white swan. I don't even know what to call it. It's not a jacket. But the sheer white thing was like a tube top and then white Japan with butterflies on it. So I bought some It's a good costume all use it again. I didn't get a single picture. So what is the.
"mary beth" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Mary Beth Norton is a professor of American history at Cornell University, the halfway covenant allowed people who had been baptized as children but had not yet. Saving faith to in effect. Members of the church to be under the church's supervision, and to have communion to have their babies baptized. But as the population of Salem, grew it also spread westward creating pockets of smaller communities far from Salem harbor and original settlements. They called these the Salem village to avoid confusion with the older more wealthy Salem town during the early years, though, some of these smaller communities managed to break off and become recognized independent towns of their own places like Marblehead and Manchester Wenham and Beverly it was as if Salem town was having babies, and they were moving out and growing up. One other thing when these towns became independent. They also earned the right to collect their own local taxes as well as build and staff their own local churches, they became their own authority in a sense rather than depending on Salem town for everything which was a healthy development. The fields and woods are inland about a dozen miles. West of Salem town were parceled out to a handful of families who were ready to settle down in farm their families with names like Putnam and porter Hutchinson and Ingersoll they might sound unfamiliar to you now. But give it some time. You're going to hear a lot about them soon enough. But as these families moved west to set up their armstead's, they encountered few problems. Namely, they became disconnected socially from the thriving community. In Salem town. They didn't feel like they were part of the popular crowd anymore, but more like outsiders instead to make matters worse, though, they were still required to contribute to the responsibilities of their former home having to serve in Salem, towns militia, but also travel the twelve miles each week to attend church and participate in the night watch as you can imagine that was more than a little frustrating. So it probably won't shock you to learn that a few of the prominent farmers in Salem village banded together in sixteen sixty six to petition Salem town for their independence. Salem town. However refused to comply. If you look at a map Salem.
"mary beth" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"You can subscribe to the show there. You can leave a review there. I would love any five out of five star review. You can leave. Okay. You'll here is my conversation with my friend. Mary Beth Chapman. Mary Beth welcome to the happy hour. Thank you, Jamie. Thanks for having me. I'm glad we finally get to do this. I'm so glad the last time. I saw you believe it or not. I think I was in your barn at an adoption play date. Yeah. I think we had affectionally called it the Asian invasion. But then we had. But then I have no children from Asia's. Right. We were invited. Well, and plus I think we added plus plus welcome. Where in Nashville. Yes. Yeah. Hometown in your family live here in Nashville. I saw you told me that you have had children in elementary school for twenty seven years. Get well our school is a case through twelve. Okay. And so when Stevie joy our youngest who is the last in school. She's a she's in tenth grade when she graduates and twenty twenty one it will be our thirtieth year at that school at that same school. Yes, they need to name a building after I think they'll be glad to see me. Finally, they're gone. You have seen every teacher at that school. I have and I've actually begged teachers to not retire because why. Got one more coming up. I just need you to hang in there with me. And you know, they're falling like dominoes. You know, not as we get through. But no, yeah. It's it's longer two years of being a mom with kids in school. Are you what are you going to feel exhausted? Accomplished proud a sad. I think is going to be all of the above. I think I'm gonna fill exhausted like on. I think. Yeah. Yeah. Exhausted. Think accomplished like we did it in. You know, you know, just so far they're all walking a with the Lord in be, you know, a third horn hasn't grown out there making it ahead. Yeah. We're making it. They're all they're all doing great. So. Yeah. Well, it's not like you don't have anything to do though because you have six grandkids of six cram babies now five girls one boy who we call the loan fellow will he is a fellow and in that in their six and under so six all the way down, and my oldest daughter has three little girls. Our second son Caleb has a little girl little boy..
"mary beth" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"How is it that this year is almost over? We are entering into the very last month of two thousand eighteen I really hope that you can look back on two thousand eighteen no matter what it's been like for good or bad. I full of disappointments full of excitement, I hope you can look back and see the fullness of God in your life. I remember when I was a new mom, and I had little babies at home. People would tell me just wait, Jamie. It goes by so fast. They grow up so fast. And I think you're like my grandma your. So old when you say that. And now you guys it is true. It is so true. I've got three teenagers one preteen and the years do go. So fast time does not stand still for us. It doesn't. But I hope today during this episode with my friend, Mary by Chapman that you're going to see us talk about how it is important to slow down every member the things that matter, especially we're entering the advent season advocate started this week. It's I hope it's another moment for you to remember what God did for us when he sent his son for us. So today, Mary Beth Chapman is joining me on the show. And we talk about not those exact things around advent, but about soaking up the moments that we have with our kids remembering that every single day where one step closer to God moving us towards eternity. Which is a reality for Mary Beth and her family since I lost one of their children a couple of years ago. Mary Beth his wife to Steven Curtis Chapman, which you might know, Steven Curtis Chapman. If you've ever heard of Christian music ever. And sometimes if you follow me on Instagram, you'll see my husband air tonight. Doing a lot of carpool karaoke. Roki to smoke. Steven curtis. Chapman songs Mary Beth is mom to six kids. She's walked with loss and depression. Lots of hope she's lived that musician life really well as a wife and now as a mama today show talk about show hope that her and her husband founded a couple of years ago. Maria is big house of hope we talk about depression in marriage musician life, raising kids losing a child in walking through that you guys there's something for everyone and you're going to adore Mary Beth Chapman at the end of this interview. You guys I want to ask a favor. Can I do that? If she can ask a favor. I'd love it. If you would go over to itunes, even if that's not where you listen to the show. Maybe you listen on Stitcher Google play. But I'd love if you went over to itunes and left us to review it really helps us it really helps more people find the show it helps get the word out about the happy hour. So I wanna think of review that we've had recently miss Kenna said this I was browsing itunes a few months ago. Trying to find an uplift in podcast to listen to and stumbled upon the happy hour, I decided to give. To try and couldn't be happier. I'm a twenty one year old college student and is such a breath of fresh air to hear women older than me and to soak up their wisdom. I've laughed and I've cried listening to this podcast. And I'm so grateful at Jamie, listen to her calling. Thank you for making every day. A happy hour for me Myskina. Thank you for that. And I'm only a few years older than you. So don't even worry about it in all seriousness. This is the kind of reviews that we love to see we want lots of people to know about the show we want people to sit and listen to the women on this show give out their wisdom. And so thank you, MS Kenna, it's easy for you to leave a review if you like to go to Jamie, Ivy dot com slash itunes, and it takes you straight to the items page..
U.S. appeals court finds Alabama abortion law unconstitutional
"Senators from both parties are closely examining the words of supreme court. Nominee, Brad Kavanagh, especially when it comes to abortion laws. The senate's top democrat Chuck Schumer says, he's alarmed that Brett Cavanagh declined to answer his question. Does cavenaugh think landmark abortion laws including Roe versus Wade were properly decided he would not say yes. That should send shivers down the spine, of any, American who believes in reproductive freedom earlier the judicial nominee met with Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine a centrist who supports abortion rights she says Cavanaugh told her Roe v Wade is settled law, Schumer's not, reassured everything the supreme court decides is settled law until. It
Meghan McCain says she talks to Joe Biden 'all the time'
"Today and a Glenn headlong island gas station had happened at. The citgo on the one hundred block of Glen head road I would like to. Stress at this time that. This, is. Not a random occurrence this. Is. A targeted event Vigils were employed at this I have not said what the beef was between the two men involved a small airplane that toes advertising banners crashed on a runway at Lakewood. Township airport, in New Jersey this afternoon the pilot who was the only person aboard the aircraft, was injured in the crash no word on his condition or. What brought down the plane several New Jersey communities continue. To clean up this weekend following a rough day of weather that closed out the workweek more. On that from, wwl awards James flippin well it was a soggy July around the. Tri, state and so far anyway August isn't an improvement with a tornado, wreaking havoc in queens Thursday the soaking rain wasn't far behind Friday and along with it high winds taking down a tree in Glen rock crashing into the. Home of Mary Beth Thompson when we checked upstairs and we saw that we had water coming from, the attic through the bedrooms all. The way down to basement. So it's quite a mess. And her husband Andrew agrees we'll probably still. Be able to stay here I would imagine just camp out. On the. Living room floor, I guess no injuries reported but upwards of twelve thousand homes and businesses did lose power in central In northern. Jersey James, flippin for seven ten w. w r. NYPD cops continue to search for a man, who attempted to rape a woman as she tried to get. Into her apartment near queens boulevard wwl wars Terry McCreevy. Has the story authorities say the victim broke free after she was grabbed from behind while standing. Outside the apartment, building on fifty fifth street in Woodside the attack was caught on. Surveillance, video the suspect is described as bald about one hundred and fifty, pounds and five feet seven inches tall wearing a black shirt white pants and black shoes I'm Terry McCreevy for seven ten w r. NYPD cops searching for. A gunman who shot a man to death in the Bronx late Friday night police say the victim, forty two year old man he. Was shot in the chest. This was about eleven thirty. Near the grand gone course police have not. Made any arrests have no motive for the gunfire President Trump. Heading to a rally in, Ohio tonight could face controversy thereafter reigniting the feud with hometown hero LeBron James. James has accused the, president of trying to divide the country through sports President Trump tweeted that a CNN interview with James this week makes him look smart which the president says is, not easy, to do more in that from, chief political analyst Matthew Dowd this is such a political and I think moral mistake for what he just did keep in mind, a couple of things the Brian James. Is been voted one of the greatest athletes of all time Donald Trump by many, historians as seen as one of the, worst presidents of all time. The Brian James is probably, the most beloved athlete today Donald Trump has the lowest approval ratings of any president today now rally taking place in a, high school in Ohio a federal judge rejecting. A Trump administration request to make. Immigration rights groups like the ACLU chase down deported migrant. Parents so they can be reunited. With their children Texas democratic congressman Mark VC says it's not the ACLU job. To fix the situation that is absolutely insane that they would ask On for a nonprofit organizations to try and clean up a mess that they call a. US district judge said the ACLU can help but it was, the government that separated the children from their parents so the responsibility remains with the White. House Megan, McCain she's opening up about, her dad who's ill Jayson Campadonia has more in an interview with glamour magazine recently she says. She's scared of America without her. Father US Senator John McCain she goes on. To say that longtime family friend former vice president Joe Biden checks in with the family. Often the Zona lawmakers been diagnosed with the deadly form. Of brain cancer similar to the one that killed Biden son. Megan, ends the interview saying that her dad was strict, and that was, so she can survive her father's prognosis Jason Campidoglio NBC News Radio twin wildfires in northern California have, destroyed at least fifty five home sent thousands, of, residents fleeing the two fires covering a larger area than the deadly wildfire in. Reading which continues to grow by the way Governor Jerry Brown surveying the damage in Shasta county today warning there's a new normal of devastating wildfires that Californians will have to get used to maybe a thousand years ago there was a drought Scientists, estimate lasted one hundred and fifty years don't know whether that's happening. Again vogue gotta, be ready a major Japanese automobile manufacturer says it's enjoying a stellar first quarter more on that from AP herald Toyota Friday posted a. Nineteen percent, rise in, first-quarter profits, beating, estimates the company credits the rise to cost reductions and sales. Growth in Asia to Europe made over six billion dollars in operating profit in the first quarter AP herald NBC News Radio wwl sports the Mets getting another shot at Atlanta. Tonight at city field Johnny Manziel. Returned to the field did not go well for. Him or the Montreal Alouette former Heisman Trophy winner through four first. Half interceptions in his CFL debut as, much we all lost, fifty two eleven and, now here's your w award Weather Channel forecast it is going to be hot over the next couple of days now we will see mostly clear skies some spotty patchy. Fog as we drop Back up or sixty s to the mid seventies early patchy fog for Sunday otherwise lots. Of sunshine, up to, around, ninety, I'm, meteorologist Jeff Eno your next news comes at the top of..
Medical Cannabis Expands in Minnesota on August 1
"Adding they stepped on the. Gas, Chris Rachel thanks the remains of what believed to be fifty five United States servicemen from the. Korean war some maybe soldiers from other, countries, are, on, their way, to Hawaii right benefits Asian there's a ceremony at American base in. South Korea before departure As for turned. Over by the North Korean government last week. Part of a promise made by its leader Kim Jong under President, Trump vice, president. Pence will speak in her at an arrival ceremony in Hawaii Fox News fair and balanced Minnesota, news network I'm Scott. Peterson, a new, state law, now in effect, says people convicted of DWI, whether in an automobile ATV motor boat or snowmobile will have their driver's license suspended and not be allowed. To operate any motor vehicle it's called little Allens law in honor of, eight-year-old Alan guys in Qatar junior who died in January after being struck by a snowmobile driven by a man whose driver's license was revoked, after multiple DWI's. Allen's grandmother Mary Beth Lonnie my. Daughter and son-in-law are empty the most I can hope for them is a few minutes of random. Happiness on any given day that's not what they signed up for. When they. Had little Allen starting today medical cannabis may be used by Minnesotans with autism and obstructive sleep apnea and j. Westwater is medical director at Minnesota medical solutions and says in cases of kids with, autism behavioral modifications can help but there's some evidence, that medical cannabis And its influence. On the human Endo cannabinoid system can actually reduce stress levels and helped him interact with other people. In a much more relaxed and normal way currently medical cannabis may be used. In Minnesota for a variety of illnesses including certain cancers coma HIV aids intractable pain PTSD and today marks the eleventh anniversary of the I thirty five w bridge collapse thirteen people were killed over,.
Giuliani says he is not worried about Manafort or Cohen flipping
"For the wife of retired new york ranger brian leetch according to the post staff members from an upper east side piano bar are suing mary beth leach and her sister for starting a hockey style fight that left a bartender and a waitress with injuries and suit says they got nasty when they were asked to leave brandies back in may grabbing the waitress by the hair and leaving the bartender bruised and bloody please confirm leach was arrested for assault that night the two have reportedly refused to pay their thirty three dollar bartow saying we don't pay for drinks gentlemen pay for our drinks lawyer tells the post they're the victims but several witnesses corroborate the staff story that the women refused to leave without getting violent wins news time four thirty five rudy giuliani insists neither he nor president trump or worried about michael cohen cooperating with federal investigators giuliani tells cnn state of the union cohen should simply tell the truth and there has been no talk of pardoning him giuliani also says before president donald trump sits down for an interview with special counsel robert muller the investigation should show some evidence of wrongdoing they have nothing they wouldn't be pressing for this interview that anything if they had evidence of a crime they'd write a report and they can't write their report because on collusion they have nothing on obstruction they have constitutionally suspect theory that you can charge a president with some kind of crime for exercising his duties to the president meanwhile has obtained a confidential memo from a year ago from trump's team to muller in which the president's lawyers look to discredit fired fbi director james comey calls them dishonest selfserving an unbounded by law and regulation wins news time for thirty six year old is charged with vandalizing the stonewall inn cops say william gomez bashed the window of the iconic bar with a baseball bat yesterday no hate crime he actually wanted to get into the bar drink but the bouncers tossed him since he's too young stonewall is the historic birthplace of the gay rights movement the daily news reports it's window and neon sign were damaged in gomez is charged with criminal mischief reckless endangerment english soccer fans are thrilled they're team made the final four in the world cup but if you were accused of getting carried away in one instance in a london ikea's store just a short time after their team.
"mary beth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"We are very excited to welcome mary beth franklin to the show mary beth is a contributing editor to investment news and a nationally recognized expert in social security claiming strategies as she's also an excellent writer and she focuses primarily on retirement income planning and it's one of your areas of focus andy and i know that you're a big fan of her work she is awesome i've read mary beth for years followed her on her journey to the cfp designation she's a great help to advisors to clients plus i mean she just a really nice person she's really easy to talk to super smart but we were able to have this wide ranging conversation with mary beth we talked about filing suspend we talked about restricted application for social security strategies the discussion included tons of great tips on you being able to get the most out of social security we have the full interview that complete discussion at investingsense dot com so get there to listen to everything but here is where we pick up the conversation with mary beth and we're talking about these solid tips for divorce as when it comes to them claiming social security so mary beth you've talked a lot about couples and strategies for couples let's go to individuals especially let's talk about divorced spouses and what are some of the strategies that that they can use to maximize their social security benefits as it might relate to their their spouse they're divorced from well actually divorced spouses who are considered eligible divorced spouses that.
Trump considers posthumous pardon of boxer Jack Johnson after call from Sylvester Stallone
"Architect named andrew donaldson is suing the port authority for failing to safeguard the george washington bridge donaldson jumped to his death from the span in july of twenty seventeen the daily news reports mary beth donaldson's one hundred million dollar lawsuit says the agency waited until september to set up suicide fencing in spite of the more than one hundred people who jumped to their deaths from the bridge in the last eight years the port authority has declined to comment i'm terry mccreevy for seven ten w are former first lady barbara bush was laid to rest yesterday in houston correspondent amy rollback reports from her funeral ceremony on thursday just two days after the passing of the former first lady the bushes welcomed a new baby boy into the family the eighth grade grandchild for george h w and barbara bush their son neil posting a picture of max walker lauren on facebook writing this the circle of life god is good president trump is considering a full pardon for jack johnson boxing's first ever black heavyweight champ johnson was one of the first superstar athletes of the twentieth century it was known for living large and was married three times to three white women johnson was charged with violating the man act for his relationship with his second wife that law prohibits transporting a woman across state lines for immoral purposes it's designed to inhibit prostitution but johnson was convicted by an all white jury in a verdict viewed by many as racially prejudiced he spent a year in prison senator john mccain's been a leading advocate of a posthumous pardon for johnson brian clark abc news apparently rocky creator and star sylvester stallone share that story with president trump breathtaking arshad call him many me the man who played mini me and the austin powers movies is no longer with us actor verne schreyer's family announced his death yesterday afternoon the forty nine year old stood at two feet eight inches and found fame and the mike myers films he reportedly struggled with alcoholism and depression mets pitcher matt harvey is headed to the bullpen the formerly standout starting pitcher has been struggling this year following a woeful two thousand seventeen still he's not happy with the decision to go one to ten assume mets fans likely to feel about the.
"mary beth" Discussed on Trumpcast
"The epidemic of gun violence it reminds me so much of that less question for you mary beth did you seemed even to three years ago i i remember you seem to me uh you know his kids don't exercise this first amendment muscle they're gonna lose it did you see yeah go ahead i don't while yeah i like to till isn't that as i travel around they speak the middle school high school uh i was with two kids in kansas that the the uh department of education of kansas just had a wonderful problem i mean a programme sorry a few days ago to promote civic engagement and the kansas schools in so many kids there were speaking about so many things whether it was you know racist incidents that had happened in their school or their newspaper program or organic gardening or a helpings that are helping animals animal just so many things in i can tell the kids that the first amendment is like it's like your muscles your five rights of the first amendment the right to free speech to the free press to freedom of religion and to assemble and the right to petition those rights or like your muscles and if we don't use them we can lose them so if another reason i'm so happy to see these kids standing up because we're in mighty times right now when our constitution shen needs to be affirmed and our first amendment needs to be affirmed and i think these kids are doing a wonderful job of um strengthening democracy mary beth tinker was one of the students who became then name of the case tinker versus demoain mary beth thank you so very much for having a moment with us today thank you so much for having me that flushes and best wishes to the students than to all of their family and the whole community there is florida we are with you and i want to let them know that the we are with you and i will do what i can to help to change the uh gun violence that you wish in that country bank used sms we'll be back with more trump cast after a short break trump cast is brought to you by blue vital coffee nothing complements a crisp winter morning quite like a.
"mary beth" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker
"You know as his regardless of what i bring in so yes to answer your question it got taken care of in a in a nanosecond it was it was all good in a magnificent way well that makes us all understand what has compelled to or brought you to create a show hope which is your nonprofit adoption organization and you started that in two thousand and three you know you have helped provide homes through adoption aid grants her over five thousand children from more than fifty countries is that something that again was god's work through emily or was that more of a family vision or how did that come be aalto through quickly laos is basically got over fix ness i he i know this is how it happened is a observed we we came home with show hannah and um it was very quickly um that we were approached by people who began to say amin at the airport having come home was showing we had people saying to us you know we would love to adopt some they were so excited for you guys disturbs something deepen us because we would love to adopt someday if we could afford it we just can't afford it right now but hopefully somebody will get experiences and having come you know having gone to china begun this journey with this fear and trepidation that mary beth shark and about and now coming home with her heart being just on fire to try to rescue as many of these children we walk through show is orphanage we looked into the faces of so many of these little ones that seemed all be looking up at you know mary beth especially saying you know do you know where my family is can you can you go find them a dome where i am and she started multiplying that out in their mind this is these are you know a few of the millions of children better like this waiting for their story to begin and then we land on the other side of the big pond in nashville tennessee.
"mary beth" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker
"As many of you who are familiar with the chapman story no the families adopted three precious girls from china which was the catalyst for the creation of a nonprofit organization that is served many thousands of adoptive families through grants and care services i'm honored to have this opportunity to share with you a very special interview i did was steven curtis his lovely wife mary beth chapman and their biological daughter emilie their stories both beautiful and painful and filled with all the ups and downs that many adoptive families experience throughout their journeys parents remember don't is download episodes click subscribe when you do that you're joining my parenting revolution and every new episode automatically show up in your subscribed list and we'd love for you to write us review on i tuned let us know we think also not only are we on i tuned but the parenting great kids podcast is also available in the google playstore and on stitcher so no matter where you get your podcasts subscribed today and don't miss a single episode friends it things like we can't get through a news cycle without hearing another tragic story about a victim of bullying a child whose vida taunted online porn worst case scenario has he committed suicide because he can't take the pain anymore bullying is more than a problem it's an epidemic taking a toll on an entire generation something that used to be limited to the school yard in the cafeteria is now possible to do anywhere any time its technology.
"mary beth" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"What did what occurred to you as you held that bad 'cause i i've had other i have and held it myself but i've heard other people say just can't believe a big it is a huge fan of you know him i didn't realize your mary beth or even now you know uh and industry she you know this guy you know homerun of we'll you know he was the only guy he's here or there was hitting home runs uh puts put to see that back and and and i got also go chance for some of the balls guys use by they they they were certainly a little bit different but um you know to to to to see the feel that bad and in the to also see uh the way those guys play the game back in the day um it was uh certainly different entities today uh even today's game is different from pom pom when we played them when i played so um it's just it's just amazing to see all the different air us uh from from win the game started into the way the game is today how's your speech coming which is a different people talk about the challenge of trying to put your lifetime baseball into words well it's uh it's is this coming along i mean i'm not going to write a mimmicks how to come from the coast and uh you know just trying to were members from names and maybe draw down from maine so i don't forgive him and uh it just kind of figure from there i think that you know when i think about the names in in in the guys that helped me from from day one uh those are the most important thing go to things i want uh uh you know let those guys know how important it was to me uh from when i was a kid all the way up to you know my last game home port they were to me into you know how they helped me get through all this.