17 Burst results for "Mary Welsh"

"mary welsh" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:56 min | 3 months ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"They were also involved into the social survey. We thought she was a wealthy, famous person herself, and so they would take part in that, Uh, I call it the cocktails circuit. He was married to police. Their divorce was finalized in 19 forties. Okay, and he leaves, she stays, She stays. She stays here until the end of her life in 1951. So in a lot of ways, this is really Pauline's house. She's just not the famous one who looked and when he came back. He said he found it too sad to come back. Yeah, he Hemingway was either the life of the party or he was burning bridges left and white right. So he had burned a lot of bridges in his divorce with Pauline. So the island was never a comfortable place for him to be again. So he stayed in Cuba, which gave him access to the deep sea fishing and the Spanish culture that we love. Was this considered a nice house back then an upper level house. One of the reasons that this house stayed vacant for so long is because it was so big because it was so, um, almost unaffordable. I'm not unaffordable to anything. It's a large packet of land even back then. And so it was almost unaffordable and very costly to upkeep is Pauline's wealth and her family wolf that made this possible for them. So in the twenties when he gets here, uh he didn't live in that house right away. No, he lived where When he first lived in an apartment and over the Ford Agency so that he came here because he's supposed to pick up on your Ford. And it wasn't ready and the four agency was above it was had apartments and so they put him up in one day apartment. And, uh, he he liked it so much. Then he decided to come back right next year. I find it so interesting that he came here and there was no where no one around? No, no one was around and he used to. He ordered his books wants to show people what he actually does for a living. They didn't know who he was. Could you send some of my books there when I found it. Also interesting is that Key West was going bankrupt around the Depression. Yes, Yes, it was. It went from in a standard way I want to say, maybe 30. This year's It went from being the one of the wealthiest cities per capita in America to being the poorest. Um, so and the depression with, you know the fishing in the shipping industries. So what is this room? This is the dining room. And if you look right here, this is the way Ernest Hemingway look when he lived in Key West, and he looks a little bit more like Burt Reynolds or Magnum P. Then he does like Santa Claus and the pictures are used to seeing and then he's young and he's handsome and he's attractive. And he he really He knows it. And that's how we end up with four wives. I'm pretty sure that police his ex wife didn't have the other ex wives on the wall. But this does give you an idea. We had four wives. Yes, we call this the wall of lives. So we have Hadley Richardson, who was the Paris years If you've ever read the book to Paris wife That's about her, um, appalling. Pfeiffer, who you know, was his wife within this house. Martha Gellhorn, who stole Hemingway from Pauline. Pauline didn't even realize what was going on, despite the fact that Martha was doing to her what she had done to happily, but they moved to Cuba. And then, um, when Hemingway started the affair with Mary Welsh in World War two after stealing that job from Martha Gellhorn to cover World War two, he stole that job from her. She left him over that affair, And then he married Mary Walsh and she was his wife until the end. The legend will Cuba and we'll be right back with more of what made America great with Brian Killed me of Fox News radio special. So then I got some garlic and cool tones on there, And the rest is salad history. I mean, the best salad ever people and now I'm making the best app season. It's possible. I've got love in game betting Paula's and see the reward.

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"mary welsh" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

03:52 min | 3 months ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"They would take part in. Then I call it the cocktail circuit. He was married to pelline. Their divorce was finalized in 19 forties. Okay, and he leaves he she stays. She stays. She stays here until the end of her life in 1951. So in a lot of ways, this is really Pauline's house. She's just not the famous one who lived here. And when he came back, he said he found it too sad to come back. Yes, he Hemingway was either the life of the party or he was burning bridges left and white right, so he had burned a lot of bridges in his divorce with Pauline. So the island was never a comfortable place for him to be again. So he stayed in Cuba, which gave him access to the deep sea fishing and the Spanish culture that you love. Was this considered a nice house. Back then. An upper level has one of the reasons that this house stayed vacant for so long is because it was so big because it was so almost affordable. I'm not unaffordable to and it's a large packet of land even back then, and so it was almost unaffordable and very costly. The upkeep It's probably his wealth and her family wealth that made this possible for them. So in the twenties when he gets here, uh he didn't live in that house right away. No, he lived where When he first lived in an apartment and over the Ford Agency because that he came here because he's supposed to pick up on your Ford. And it wasn't ready and the four agency would above it was I had apartments and so they put him up in one day apartment. And, uh, he he liked it so much in he decided to come back right next year. I find it so interesting that he came here and there was no no one around. No, no one was around, and he said he ordered his books wants to show people what he actually does for a living. They didn't know who he was. They could You send some of my books down when I found Also interesting is that Key West was going bankrupt around the Depression. Yes, Yes, it was. It went from in a span of life. I want to say, maybe 30. This year's It went from being the one of the wealthiest cities per capita in America to being the poorest. Um, so and the depression with, you know the fishing in the shipping industries. So where does this room this is the dining room. And if you look right here, this is the way Ernest Hemingway looked when he lived in Key West, and he looks a little bit more like Burt Reynolds or Magnum P. Then he does like Santa Claus and the pictures are used to seeing and then he's young and he's handsome and he's attractive. And he really he knows it. And that's how we end up with the four wives. I'm pretty sure that police his ex wife didn't have the other ex wives on the wall. But this does give you an idea. He had four wives. Yes, we call this the wall of lives. So we have Hadley Richardson, who was the parish years if you will. Read the book to Paris wife that spot her, um, a Pauline Pfeiffer, who you know, was his wife within this house. Martha Gellhorn, who stole Hemingway from Pauline. Pauline didn't even realize what was going on. Despite the fact that Martha was doing to her what she had done to happily, um, but they moved to Cuba and then, um, when Hemingway started the affair with Mary Welsh in World War two After stealing that job from Martha Gellhorn cover World War two. He stole that job from her. She left him over that affair, And then he married Mary Welsh and she was his wife until the end. The alleged both Cuba and either we'll be right back with more of what made America great with Brian killed me of Fox News of Radio special. The first battle season sports books happens up to $5000 risk free people, and I told my team about the idea. Thank said I was being too wonderful and magnificent. I don't care how awesome this makes me. I'm doing the fun of people for this. Download the app and that first bit is up to $5000 Risk. Three. See the made an app for the people. People must be 21 offer.

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"mary welsh" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

03:16 min | 3 months ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"I call it the cocktails circuit things. He was married to police. Their divorce was finalized in 19 forties. Okay, and he leaves, she stays, she stays. She stays here until the end of her life in 1951. So in a lot of ways, this is really Pauline's house. She's just not the famous one who lived and when he came back, he said he found it too sad to come back. Yeah, he Hemingway was either the life of the party or he was burning bridges left and white right. So he had burned a lot of bridges in his divorce with Pauline. So the island was never a comfortable place for him to be again. So he stayed in Cuba, which gave him access to the deep sea fishing and the Spanish culture that you love was this considered a nice house back then an upper level house. One of the reasons that this house stayed vacant for so long is because it was so big because it was so, um, almost unaffordable, not unaffordable to and it's a It's a large packet of land even back then. And so it was almost unaffordable and very costly to upkeep as Pauline's wealth and her family wealth that made this possible for them So in the twenties when he gets here He didn't live in that house right away. No, he lived where The way he first lived in an apartment and over the Ford Agency because that he came here because he's supposed to pick up on you, Ford And it wasn't ready and the four agency would above it was I had apartments and so they put him up in one of the apartment. And, uh, he he liked it so much. Then he decided to come back right next year. I find it so interesting that he came here and there was no where no one around? No, no one was around and he used to. He ordered his books wants to show people what he actually does for a living. They didn't know who he was. They could You send some of my books there and what I found. Also interesting is that Key West was going bankrupt around the Depression. Yes, Yes, it was. It went from in a span of life. I want to say, maybe 30 ish years It went from being the one of the wealthiest cities per capita in America to being the poorest. Um, so and the depression with, you know the fishing in the shipping industries. So what is this room? This is the dining room. And if you look right here, this is the way Ernest Hemingway looked when he lived in Key West, and he looks a little bit more like Burt Reynolds or Magnum P. Then he does like Santa Claus and the pictures were used to seeing and then he's young and he's handsome and he's attractive. And he really know he knows it. And that's how we end up with four wives. I'm pretty sure that police his ex wife didn't have the other ex wives on the woman. This does give you an idea. We had four wives. Yes, we call this the wall of lives. So we have Hadley Richardson, who was the parish years if you've ever read The book, The Paris wife that spot her, Um, a Pauline Pfeiffer, who you know, was his wife within this house. Martha Gellhorn, who stole Hemingway from Pauline. Pauline didn't even realize what was going on, despite the fact that Martha was doing to her what she had done to happily. But they moved to Cuba. And then when Hemingway started the affair with Mary Welsh in World War two after stealing that job from Martha Gellhorn to cover World War two, he stole that job from her. She left him over that affair, And then he married Mary Walsh and she was his wife until the end. The original Cuba and Idaho. We'll.

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"mary welsh" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:04 min | 3 months ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on KTRH

"They would take part in and I call it the cocktail circuit. He was married to Pauline. Their divorce was finalized in 19 forties. Okay, and he leaves, she stays. She stays. She stays here until the end of her life in 1951. So in a lot of ways, this is really Pauline's house. She's just not the famous one who lived and when he came back, he said he found it too sad to come back. Yes, he Hemingway was either the life of the party or he was burning bridges left and white right. So he had burned a lot of bridges in his divorce with Pauline. So the island was never a comfortable place for him to be again. So he stayed in Cuba, which gave him access to the deep sea fishing and the Spanish culture that you up. Was this considered a nice house back then an upper level house. One of the reasons that this house stayed vacant for so long is because it was so big because it was so, um, almost unaffordable. I'm not unaffordable to and it's a It's a large packet of land even back then, and so it was almost unaffordable and very costly to upkeep. Was probably his wealth and her family wolf that made this possible for them. So in the twenties when he gets here He didn't live in that house right away. No, he lived where the way he first lived in an apartment and over the Ford agency. Good that he came here because he's supposed to pick up on your board. And it wasn't ready and the four agency would know about it was I had apartments and so they put him up in one department and then He liked it so much. Then he decided to come back, right? The next year. I find it so interesting that he came here and there was no where no one around. No, no one was around and he used to. He ordered his books wants to show people what he actually does for a living. They didn't know who he was. They could you send some of my books down. But I found also interesting is that key West was going bankrupt around the Depression. Yes, Yes, it was. It went from in a stand of what I want to say, maybe 30 ish years it went from being the one of the wealthiest cities per capita in America to being the poorest. Um, so and the depression with, you know the fishing in the shipping industries. So what is this room? This is the dining room. And if you look right here, this is the way Ernest Hemingway look when he lived in Key West, and he looks a little bit more like Burt Reynolds or Magnum P. Then he does like Santa Claus and the pictures are used to seeing him and he's young and he's handsome and he's attractive. And he really he knows it. And that's how we end up with four wives. I'm pretty sure that police his ex wife didn't have the other ex wives on the wall with this does give you an idea. We had four wives. Yes, we call this the wall of lives. So we have Hadley Richardson, who was the parish years If you've ever read the book to Paris wife. It's about her. Um Pauline Pfeiffer, who you know, was his wife within this house. Martha Gellhorn, who stole Hemingway from Pauline. Pauline didn't even realize what was going on, despite the fact that Martha was doing to her what she had done to Hadley. Um, but they moved to Cuba and then, um, when Hemingway started the affair with Mary Welsh in World War two after stealing that job from Martha Gellhorn to cover World War two, he stole that job from her. She left him over that affair, And then he married Mary Welsh and she was his wife until the end. We lived in both Cuba and either we'll be right back with more of what made America great with Brian Killed me of Fox News of Radio special. Hey, I'm Derrick, uh, from dancing with the stars. One of my favorite memories of being on the show was working with Amy Purdy. He was a paralympian, and she was a huge, huge inspiration to so many, including myself, because there was no handbook. There was no references to use to show us how to do this. How to dance with two prosthetic legs. She truly was a Trailblazer for that community and in dancing, she really introduced me into the world of the Paralympics. And there is an amazing podcast called equal to achieving disability equality is a six part series that explores the.

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"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

05:36 min | 3 months ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

"Have to be this perfect beautiful packaged pass to gets werner going. It's you know it's all about the the wavy journey sometimes. And i'm just really grateful to be here to the opportunity to speak with you and and all these amazing things that have arisen from the. This is more than i can dream. So that's it that's it for now you know maybe we'll see another season it. Maybe we won't but i'll keep designing and keep on me. Yeah i love that. But i'm definitely going to everyone. Go watch the show. Listen we need as many eyeballs as possible. Because i selfishly would like a second season so if everyone that would be racing. Watch it so that's usually. It is so good. And i feel like it's exactly the kind of show we need right now is like it doesn't feel like it's like okay. Let's take a house in flip it and make it perfect. It's like really diving into the process and showing the fun side in the hard side. And so i really enjoyed that like authenticity of a show. Yeah thank you. Thank you of course while at where can connect with you. Online is like instagram. The best place to follow you or your instagram. You're.

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"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

"Home office of what makes this any historic here or resenting more time in this living room. I'm i need a separate room to tough. Like for family activities like the ways that were using our space because we are using them. Shame debt and i think really beautiful. You know that's what our homes were in tune afford to use them into love them in. It makes me feel like the clients that i've had have For not like you didn't have respect for your home before this ownership in make wanting to make it yours wanting to know highlight specifically. Make it work for your unique needs especially when it comes to offices..

"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

"When you're talking about like pivoting is like the creative process is about flow so to think you can create a structure. That's gonna like you're going to be able to stick to is like so silly against the nature of like what creativity is. I feel like once you embrace. That like things are going to change. We're just gonna flow in like let it happen and let it evolve. That's when you're like yacht. Give yourself more grace. I feel like things. Turn out better than you plan. Sometimes like you couldn't have foreseen when things go wrong and you have to pivot and get creative. It's like whoa. This is actually better than i. Originally thought it was gonna be happy accidents. I guess you're happy accidents. So obviously like the pandemic has redefined the way we think about our homes. I know for me that looked like an influx of like design clients who were like spending more time in their spaces in realizing like. Hey this home does not serve me like it is not set up to feel like me. So i'm interested to hear like maybe some of the ways that you've seen this like the design space shifting or maybe just like changes in what people are wanting out of their spaces. What has this process in the pandemic looked like for you in client work in kind of looking at those the shift. I guess for everybody. We're all home staring at our space thinking about all the ways wanna redo them and how we're living in the first time you've lee have experience of living in your space and i yeah critiquing every moment and move at you and your whole family makes within that space so that's a great thing because you really get to feel how you use your space and how you live in it how you want to have that. How would you prefer to have that feel. And and it makes it a little easier at neat. Now for people to articulate how they went too. Because it's not. Like i. I notice wants to change like adult know..

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"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

"Pain or accessories. Schreier there is cheap art. You can create cheap art so easily. I think people like don't realise that. I've been thinking about doing a little bit course on how to make cheap are into making self. He'll come home space because it's so easy ways to do things that when explain away some arthur like willie. Three year olds like construction paper and one color paint in one shape. You know like it's like any just the way you arrange that put that in space can make it so unique answer different Literally takes ten minutes so that those kinds of ways small. You don't have to go big bolden redo your whole season owner but the next time you're out looking for something for your stay instead of thinking that okay. What are the trends. what's everywhere. What is it person to take motive. Wait where you go. Where are you what is making your heart saying. What is calling. You know maybe it's not in the main island. Maybe it's not from like sit down and think think think about that. Think about the spaces. You love outdoors and like how do you incorporate that in or anything that you love it makes you happy in your outside life and how you interpret that inside of your space in a way they use those kinda feelings to tap into your own personal style and think through if you're liking something because it's you know a trend or out there everywhere you like. This really speaks to you. I love that like focus on the small things a little bit at a time when you kind of build your style in slowly. Get like confident. I think that's where the tv shows trick us as we get this amazing gratification of seeing like a house go from like Amazing in like twenty minutes and then right there are process leads to look like that but like you're cramming weeks and months of work into that episode so i'm interested in like the parts we don't see like are there any challenges or elements of the process. That yet just like. Don't make the episode that kind of speak to that like little things at a time and process that it is for sure it you know with these shows your looking cause you to do the whole face in like a big and not liquor said. It's not really reality. All the time that people can go in and do an entire season like top to bottom furniture all things being designer in mesa never be done you know i just like constantly evolving and i you know it comes and goes is i can afford it as well you know so it you are seeing this entire space get all any. Do you actually do see on the show like the thought. The thought process and the issues come up. Budget is always a serious concern. 'cause there's any any renovation it's it is not like black and white you cannot story. We're going to do this. And that's what's going to happen because your never goes to plan and that does remember like preface our clients like just so you.

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"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

05:55 min | 3 months ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

"They are like activities arthur's eleven and i asked heavy art suggestions. This is so important to states. So give you suggestions. In categories in detroit here exceed the pass. It you take when you on use. Let her swine feel great seeing what inspiration photos a where you fall on the spectrum or you know. We're in his color. All of those sort of things to kind of draw from with individually makes me causing days. Yeah it's so interesting. Because i feel like some people think of interior design is like you're creating space but really so much of it is like pulling someone style out of them that they can't even see like really digging in and being like what is you. And how can i express that like in your space. And i know you know this but like one of the biggest challenges as a designer is communicating that design plan and that vision to the clients and really helping them like. See what. you're trying to do which can be so challenging. And i only can imagine it gets even more challenging when you're trying to go bold and do things that are maybe on the receiver side or just kind of really out there. How do you help. Your clients take design risks. And maybe get excited for like unconventional elements in space versus feeling like intimidated unsure. Is it like really strong visuals. Like oh yeah that looks good or is it like more conversation like how do you help them go. Bold sure released wrong. Rituals are the key to as ours intel. You suggesting people but it's hard juice. Just explain something. Everybody can see that differently. Really strong visuals. I think are really important. That's available and again just walking people through their state. I don't want anybody to do something that they're not comfortable with that. That's not my all ever really want you to become throw excellent. But i need to know that. Lay in the strong visuals really help with that again. 'cause it's suggesting that brexit so much of that comes as know believe in believe in yourself and believe in you as a person that has artistic capabilities. Yeah you're so often a bone in my eyes. Yes you do. Rano were all taught to express them at in in the same way. We're at all so people were kind of told us oppress them so are never given that opportunity or getting or just like i was saying before even a Always loved arpaio did not still terrifying for person you know like super vulnerable in so roles how people realize how does all in within them and their own unique gift they all i don't care how nick straightforward entire bay in like you know you are you still got it.

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"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

03:52 min | 3 months ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

"Want you to feel your space throughout your body and trigger positive memories in positive feelings for you and if that comes in a space all white yes if that reigns in the space. It's all black awesome. I mean it's so individual and they also taking not gonna listen crazy out different resell where he it's more creating beautiful spaces. It are taking into consideration. Your loves your feels colors textures. You know anything that caps into you as a person that can turn on you Essentially way i like that it's like let's it's more about instead of just taking what we're given like taking a trend or the builder grade stuff we're given like. How do you break out of that to get like to you. So it's more about like taking risk than it is saying like boring. This is boring and we don't like it. It's like this is not me kind of yeah exactly. It's more like exactly. How do i make my space me. And how do i. I as same way that i searched for myself to be able to own myself. Like how do you own yourself and like newly tavern. I'd be proud of yourself. Crowded the life that you've lived powdered the money to put into this stage An highlight those things. Those are your unique characteristics in the things that make you happy. And that's different than what makes anybody else happy. So how do i make that shine for you in your face. I love that so much so you really not afraid to go out and break the design mold when it comes to your design style. You're doing things that are like bold in interesting commutes dive into like what inspires your style in terms of like elements you're drawn to that are more like colorful and custom in kind of how like you're voice gets translated into a client's face i feel like that's such an interesting balance of like what is them and then like your voice as a designer coming there. How do you like navigate for sure because the that's a very valid question is obviously you're designing your involved in on been tried to get to know the clients on a deeper level so i'm not interjecting too much of In they obviously from my my imagination in my brain. But i want to like really not like i wanna know all about you your business or close where we live. How do you smell like you like go throughout your day. All those kind of things. And i try to put myself in their place in sit in space for long periods of time so i utilize the architecture of the existing states as well and of course my voice will shine through. Because it's like my interpretation. But i don't know how it so family specific to what is tapped into inside of me and i don't even know where it comes from. Sometimes it just wake up in the middle of the night it comes from there and it just feeling that you get and that's actually some some best ideas come from like a dream now wake up in a right down brooker bexley. Don't go back to sleep in my done. More and more when it's really like Specific you know there's everybody is so different. And i guess is you know everybody's unique style. Your what they love when it comes to art and you can tell so much by about style meeting what they might gravitate towards when it comes just their wardrobe how the land they eat.

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"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

05:25 min | 3 months ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

"Day. And somebody says hi Out of knoxville tennessee. In women name. Angie lecarr anti redican is girl as one of my friends from show suggested you might be good on camera for eighteen. I was like i'm sorry. What yelich what it was like a minding pokes cool. Thanks guys thrills. It's not funny. Join most truly. It always been my dream was to be on. Hdtv dot that was a pipedream that never happened and they were serious and we talked so many times. That was just the beginning. And at the time. I didn't have a large clientele enough people that could count on to do a show in charleston. Nobody really knew me. And at the same time i was also trying to get pregnant with my with my second car but we were having a really hard time that processes. It's hard to explain now. Now that i'm out of it. It seems It's hard to remember it. But at i know at the time i was just in the thick of not feeling great in messia so it didn't feel right but i was like you know i don't have a lot of clients right now his In the process of trying to have another child. And it's just not going to let me and come back. Please come back. i don't don't forget about me. And and they did. And i had another child and she is incredible and they came back and the processes of interviewing again and the interviewing techniques. And all the things that go down. It's you know it's it's not a million zoom calls later. When i honestly was like there is no i never. Am i every way this is going to happen. Is this joke. And it just kept capping. Okay we got to another another one. Here's another we wanna do a sizzle. Those right kept happening. And then after the sizzle they came in a film for pilot end and at the same time it might design. Business is picking up..

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"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

02:19 min | 3 months ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

"Virender. You get back into design. It like i was like i can do this again. I can still do this. I love this. And i can do it myself. Ray vegas that confidence to know. I can do it by myself. Was took a little bit like an artist at harvard. To accept out is lives inside of me for you know second time of the all the time no artists that the questions everything with that job ended up getting another job and another song and work that bar and hand-drawn work nights and work to pay basically so i could continue during interior design every dollar. I made a back into design and it works cavas. That sent me up to four to keep working. This is what i wanna do. I can make this happen and then ended up getting pregnant with my first daughter and moved to when we were in survivor. Time it was this way too cold Can handle have no family here. Like in my husband's gone cast that year so i did not want to be alone and we had family in charleston. South carolina's may sisters or there. My mom who just moves air legit. My husband was like great in the within four weeks. We have moved to charles and it was a guy knew that. That's where i needed to be if i was having children but at the same time i just establish yourself in chicago arranged the designer in the client as in just got himself back on my feet. That was almost like a he starting all over again. I knew i had to do it. Put me back at square. One and i knew if i was going to make it here. I had to figure out a way to do that. And so i was taking free jobs still working in music still traveling still like just had a baby still doing all the things that working for free to prove myself and i'll make out start building a name here as well because to markets or to Obvious jobs in the translated work. Maybe a few years after giving birth to my daughter in an hustling..

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"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

04:34 min | 3 months ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

"I was you know was burned. cannot both ends in new york and just like wasn't need the heart of me. So yeah that's what i need to do is like okay. I'm going to just leave all of this in south america and i'm going to find myself again i'm gonna fight would like to help other people again and and to do some surveys in line comeback recenter and see what's informing again. Yes and it was. It was incredible and against so much inspiration. I think where. I realized the either so much in the world i can tap into for design inspiration us in faces and so much harm so much of everything that it it expanded. My mind's incredible needed came back to new york. And i was ready to take on the city again and and i'm kind of dating a man at the time who is not my husband and we decided wave only longest since louisville lake make it work was in to the same city at the time of manhattan and he was in chicago chicago and it was also a win the market crash and here i am interior designer ready to come back into the world half the new since grounding ready to be me. Nobody is hiring designers I know so. I was so bummed either by okay. And i had kind in my head of like a great resume. All this were a got it. I'll talk and now like noted male no at every turn and even it hurt my leg solo. Numerous average option like iway going out for any job and could not get a job he had and that was. That was a big kind of an ego. Bump burns started waiting tables and got yoga certification and working in music industry. And i moving on with my life. I'm trying finding avenues in an loved working music. I ended up working for music festival. Man it was a building. Vip experiences for music festivals in for concert tours than young. Now i have this free back of able to trap any money to travel and see the world in spend time with my husband tomboy firm..

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"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

05:56 min | 3 months ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

"I have super exciting interview. I am so pumped her this on. I'm sitting down with mary. Welsh fox stay sick and we are talking all about her new show on. Hgtv breaking bland and diving into the winding journey of how she got there. We dive into specific design strategies. We talked about the creative process. We talk about her show and she also shares her story. And i think it's amazing because it's a really good example of how your story can truly defined your style your creativity and the life experiences that you have is something that you can draw on when you're creating your spaces and trying to find what you're style is in create a space that speaks to you. So i'm so excited. I think by the end. You're going to be so pumped up to go. Check out her new show. So let's dive into this amazing conversation. No cavern welcome back to make space. Today i have a really really special guest. I'm beyond excited to sit down with her. So i have mary welsh fox stay sick. Don't put your her name and you're gonna talk. All things design things her new show so welcome thinking highly. Thanks for having me on i got. You didn't butcher my practice so to start by just diving into your story. Like what did your journey into design even look like Interesting ride to save at least but you know it's funny. I've had to reflect on this ally in. They noticed. now. I do tell my story. Every time i remember more. You know what i mean. Eli Turning forty this year so there's a lot of it that it's a long time x w interior design in school so it's been a long time since then and there's a lot of paths that you just forget about and yet you forget about pieces. Were like integral parts. That really made you who you are but like ten to acting go to the glossy shiny things about the hardships. You know right so if you want me to start from school i guess. Let's start there. Cool i i went to colorado state university and was went. Their agricultural school in i A huge snow skier be sending biology. So that was like my plan. But i always wanted to be an artist and really wanted to study art but at the time. That wasn't a new there. Were art majors. And i knew that that was a possibility but i at that time. Not like only like a businesswoman or a scientist or a doctor. He had not the only thing that i could do to really make a living Didn't understand understand that guy. Just starving artist so i never was working with my hobby. you you know when you're artist you just can't let go. That is like it burns inside of you. And i'm one of those people if i don't love what i'm doing then like i don't wanna do you know what i mean like..

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"mary welsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo giving trick or treating her stamp of approval. Now it won't be like other years of the past because of the pandemic. People handing out the candy will have to leave it out in bags or spread it out on a baking sheet. Trick or treat hours have to go in small groups and wear masks, which they're kind of doing anyway. But Governor Raimondo gave warning to college kids who want to celebrate Halloween, saying they will bust any House party. And find everybody $500 cases air hot right now among young adults in Rhode Island. And despite the pandemic Halloween foot traffic is still boosting business in Salem. If you have secrets, there's no hiding from Sandra Mariah, right. She's psychic, mostly Taro, Yeah, mostly tower but also tea leaf reading, But she's also the general manager of two shops in downtown Salem, Hex and Omen, both specializing in all your witchcraft and fortune telling needs. I've had to conjure up some slight adjustments this year. We're not doing any forms of readings that would require us to actually physically touch even the people that are doing palmistry. People are just basically holding their hands up. But tourists are still flocking to Salem. So if you're looking to avoid the crowds, you don't have to come to Salem during October. Salem is beautiful at all times of the year here. W. B. C. Boston's news radio back to the classroom for some students in Boston. Our top story Next. The following is a commercial announced its the money minute on W. V Z. I'm Jonas Eonni and were with pollen Mary Welsh from 93 Financial Group. We've been talking a lot about funds I learned about active and passive. But I keep seeing commercials for E. T s and I don't know what that is. That's right. Joanie TSR actually exchange traded funds, Okay, And they really act like a mutual fund more like a passive fun that follows and index but they trade like a stock mutual fund. When you by yourself, it actually is done at the close of the day at four o'clock when the stock market closes down, E T F is like a stock where you could buy it at 10 o'clock and sell it at two o'clock, But that's really not. The reason that they become real popular really is because they follow on index and they have very low expense ratios. Just like Index funds so they becoming very popular. And that's something you should do some research on and see if that could help your portfolio. All right, there is the money minute. Join us every Saturday night from.

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"mary welsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The following is a commercial announcement. It's the money minute. I'm Joanie Siani with pollen, Mary Welsh. And this week we've been talking about the five steps for retirement planning. We talked about number one year age calculating your budget coming up with your retirement sources of income. What is Number four? Well, number four. Johnny will be what it is. A shortfall between your budget what you're going to need when you retire and your income sources such as social security, and then you have an idea on what you need to withdraw from your investments on a monthly basis and annual basis. Tio supplements every time it income and by having that then you can come up with an accumulation goal. Hey, I need to accumulate this much money. By the time I retired because that much money at a certain withdrawal race a 4% per year were produced the income I need through retirement and you can forget about inflation because inflation doesn't stop when you retire, so that will give you A game plan of accumulation goal for retirement. There's the money minute. Give us a call at 1 809 089334 for more information. At 10 53. It's time for traffic and weather together. Pillars of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes back to you, Dave, a couple of new problems north of the city in a goal. This report is sponsored by national Grid in Revere a crash on the on ramp from Lynn Street to Route one South bound and a bad crash in Concord, New Hampshire. 3 93 West at Exit three vehicle hit a bridge abutment. The left Lane is blocked and sounds like that's going to be there for some time. In Haven for 95 North bound, has a car with a flat tire in the left lane by exit 50 state police trying to move that over to the side of the road that's right after a right lane restriction through ongoing bridge construction between exits 48 49 We're seeing some brake lights through all of that west of the city of disabled vehicle in the media on the pike West after Route 1 20 to learn how to make your home more energy efficient with the no cost energy assessment through national grid as a special limited offer, the cost.

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"mary welsh" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"mary welsh" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"Okay. Many many notable things happen during this reporting trip including meeting a woman earns quickly fell for named Mary at least none of them are looking twelve. Oh my wide. They're all grown up. I read that I was like Oh. After arriving in Linden Ernest typically met up with friends who had already that night. Thank while being driven home by a friend. They had a car accident where Ernest head slammed against the windshield. What leaving a huge Gash? This post traumatic brain injury was not treated correctly at the hospital. Ernest also never stopped drinking during his recovery. which only exasperated exasperated aspirated the injury? Then that's not good. Yeah well He. He kind of had a habit of this. Whenever he was hospitalized she would always have liquor bottles hidden underneath his bed? Oh my God what a terrible patient yeah ernest endured deeper mood swings which he already suffered from and all and other behavioral changes after this manning. Cabrini-green up it was. It was really bad after a very short recoup from this accident Ernest attached himself to the Fourth Infantry Division in order to finish his writing assignment. So he's like I'm going to grab a traumatic brain injury. I'm an alcoholic in now when he has to finish his writing assignments going to join the infantry. Nobody let me join this infantry. Give me a gun and I'm your guy. Somehow all of this. He also managed to get a letter letter authorizing him to lead a group of resistance. Mine who authorized that everything in the stories addicting out of the hospital for like a week or two weeks at this point maybe so him in this group of resistance fighters they commandeered a French hotel. Tell set up headquarters were they interrogated German soldiers and send out intelligence control locations. Knock now why. That's he took control than hotel. The captured German shoulders and question that well. Yeah because the whole you know. The city was under German ray attacks they were like they had to make their own little bunker which just happened to be in a hotel from this war came another great ernest. Hemingway legend that he helped to liberate Paris in reality. The story was closer. Oh Sir to Ernest liberating the hotel Ritz ordering fifty Martinez will journalists piled in with the news that the allied forces had liberated Paris France. What's but he was at the hotel I so everybody said that her is it? A great job liberate liberating the Ritz. Because it had the most alcohol left in the third installment summit of the Hemingway's ended and Never WanNa stay single for long or actually at all as all of his relationships overlapped of Ernest married. Mary Welsh you. And what would look like. I'm Google now. Mary was blonde. Pauline had dark hair but sometimes she would die blonde for him. Oh so he was into blondes heave. Oh yes it will. He was into different things. He was into short. Harry's into it the way here so okay so One of the things about the hair fetish that Sir I found really interesting was in nineteen forty six. I believe Ernest started writing this book. I think it was called Garden of Eden and it was basically him exploring his hair fetish and his gender fetishes. Okay the couple in it cuts and dyed their hair air bleaching it and cutting it like the same short length until they were winning and then laid on the beach until they got really really tan and they looked like twins and the whole book was about their sexual experiences twinning and there is explicit sex scenes in it. I believe anal who. I'm buying this book and Emma and they end up inviting over another woman to you. Know have sex with them. They cut her hair. No I think that the man actually ends up falling for for her and then I think that the original wife ends up going insane this book. He's writing like I said like in the late forties on for fifteen years all the while he must have known he could not get published published. Right it was way too bad run. This was already like getting censored left and right for for cussing for talking about sex at all so something would that like dove deep in my sexual unintended no way that they would have been able to publish it but it was published posthumously in the eighties trusting. Yeah I mean he worked on for fifteen years. Okay a crime fascinating. The after the whole life that hemingway lived the most fascinating to me is his sexual hair fetishes in the gender yes fetish he said one of I think human pauline gene did a similar thing when they went on vacation where they cut their behavior. Here's his hair out and she cut hers release shore and they would joke around about him being the wife and her being the husband it was like gender under fluid a t and hair he was just kind of obsessed with but nobody was really talking about. That kind of thing is a time. Obviously okay continue. Continue Okay so at at this point. He's married to Mary Welsh. This robot. Romance wasn't exactly a match made in Heaven K.. But it would mark last March over the years Ernest Health both mentally Salim physically declined in part due to his lifestyle of drinking adventure and in part due to his traumatic brain injury and what was later thought to be manic depressive disorder in K.. He he had really big highs and really bad slumps throughout most of his life however he did continue to write he wrote old man and the sea in nineteen fifty you to love that story one of his greatest works. Yeah and in nineteen fifty three. He won the Pulitzer Prize for literature in Nineteen fifty four just to get one more incredulous story in him and his wife went on a trip to Africa while there were their plane crashed. What the He Mary Rian? The pilot did survive but not before the crap was spotted and cut the pilots Aaron Hanson chopped. All of us here died of blunt but before for Before anybody saw that they were still alive somebody saw and reported that their airplane crafts so it was like an all the papers that they died. Okay Nikki the moment. They're like nope we're live guys. This was one more incident accident that contributed to the steady decline in earnest. He has really banged up after this happened. Eventually he moved Idaho Inc semi retired but continued to write although his work was not what it once was. Do you know whereabouts in Idaho. Oh I don't I don't but it was a cool property He every house he lived in was really really cool he really loved nature and so. I'm not surprised that he moved to Idaho. He really loved hunting. At this point his his health was really bad. He started getting like really paranoid before in his his normal personality analogy was he always loved being around crowd right always wanted had like a group of guys.

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