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"old plantation home" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:33 min | 2 months ago

"old plantation home" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Started getting weird. They would try and piece of clothes off as a souvenir they would try to snip her curls and even her eyelashes. That is they want. Oh. My God owner been scary. Eventually, Loretta, booked all over the country and she really started enjoying it in was finding it a lot easier to be on stage. About her women fans, she said I tried aiming my show more at the women even though some of them got the wrong idea one time I was playing this club in Baltimore and this woman comes up to me in says. You're the woman that's in my husband's life. That's all I hear before I go to bed when I wake up in the Morning Loretta Lynn and I'm GonNa break your neck I sent. Woman I, don't even know your husband but if you touch me, I'm tired of you before I got the chance bound through through out of the club. My. Most of the women liked me though they could see I was. A mother and a wife and a daughter who had feelings just like other women sure I want to mend like me but the women were something special. They'd come around the bus after the show when they'd asked to talk to. They felt I had the answers to their problems because my life was just like there's whom. Yeah she's a woman's woman. is. First album was number one in nineteen, hundred, sixty, three, and in nineteen sixty four she was named top female vocalist. She was at the Grand Ole opry for seventeen straight shows, which was a record for anyone who wasn't a member, and then finally they asked you to join. Yeah that'll do it. Yeah. So Loretta Heard Kitty Wells sing songs from the woman's perspective because country music from the men's perspective was all truck driving easy women and cheating. She remembered how Kitty Sang. The woman's side of the story and wanted to hear songs more like that and she says, you know it certainly helped that kitty wells and patsy. Kline can before her and they kind of like led the charge Loretta. Also just talking about music that she really liked she really loves Ray Charles she said that country music owes locked to him preparing fans, Johnny cash and Merle Haggard Charley Pride. The first black country star is one of his all time favorites as well, and so she says that she's his biggest fan. So the song don't come home and drink in the one we mentioned earlier got to be number one. In the nation was also the first album ever made by a woman singer that a million dollars she says, she didn't want any outside influences changing her music and so she really didn't listen to Joni Mitchell or Bob. Dylan or the Beatles kind of stayed in her own little bubble. One of her personal highlights is when Ernest Tubb chose her to sing with him on an album of duets and so when she's with him, she feels like that little girl huddled on the floor in front of the Pico Radio on Saturday night. Now, before she knew it, they were making more money than they'd ever dreamed of she went from twenty five dollars a show to fifty to a hundred and above. She still did her own canning and put food away from the winter. She said, you never know when the show business is to go for fluey. He says once you've been poor you always feel in the back of your mind you're going to be poor again. Started paying off. Do gave up his job as mechanic to take more interest in the business and they found a forty five Acre ranch and rented a little house in Madison Tennessee in late nineteen, sixty three. We'll the ready discovered that she was. A pregnant again. Loretta. He. Yeah. With wins by the way. Loretta was worried that her career would be interrupted. Things moved on she named them Patsy and Peggy She said that they were godsend. It was like a whole second life for her and do happened because they had them when they had the money and time to devote to them. She was on the road a lot and they were adult the. Loretta new little were adults at this time to call. Yes. Yeah. So they got to spend more time with them. They were identical twins in. Loretta couldn't always tell them apart especially when she just come home up the road. She begged hey twin and they don't call. Me By my name. So, reticence that they were never really part of Nashville social scene and that forty five acres ended up not being enough for them and they kind of got lost once on a drive and found a beautiful one, thousand, four, hundred and fifty Acre property with an old house built on a hill or the whole town, and it had like white columns in the front. It was in such bad shape though that when Loretta was on the road, do actually thought he'd set the whole thing on fire. He had tears in his eyes because it was probably best to just rebuild, but he knew how much Loretto loved the House. So he fixed it up for them. So threaded. Didn't know this again because she. was educated in some ways and not in some ways but she didn't know that it had originally been a plantation house and if you look at pictures of it, you see it immediately with the white columns, the way that it's built. She talked about seances that they've had there because it was a salute. There was a civil war battle fought there on the grounds that they're actually enslaved people buried in the property and when she found that out, it made her really sad. since they ended up buying so much of the land, it's kind of like the ended up buying the whole town. So do fix stop picks it up into a real working ranch and it's worth a lot. Now you can see it and take a tour you can go and Youtube people have taken tourism it and made whole videos of it so. Just, you know search hurricane mills and it definitely has graceland vibes. Cool. I'll look it up. That's where the recreation of the butcher Holler home is as well, and it says, you know it portrays the legacy of the rags to riches coal miner's daughter Yeah. I just looked it up and like you said, yeah you can really tell it's beautiful but Yeah, you can tell. Old Plantation Home in the House Loretta explains on the wall going up the winding stairway. We've got all forty five of my albums framed in the order that I did him. This is nineteen, seventy five that truth this and there's forty five then more now there's some one I didn't use any makeup before do finally let me you can see me changing album after album. It's really kind of weird to see I've got all kinds of souvenirs around the house a bed Hank Williams zoned the cowboy hat tex ritter used to wear my second rhythm guitar some personal things Patsy Kline gave me I have Roy Roy. Acuff. I don't know how to say that Yoyo. Yeah a suit from Hank snow a coat from Marty, Robbins Chet, Atkins Golf. Hat, and beautiful gown that my friend June Carter gave me while she's.

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"old plantation home" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:16 min | 2 months ago

"old plantation home" Discussed on Pantheon

"Started getting weird. They would try and piece of clothes off as a souvenir. They would try to snip her curls and even her eyelashes. That is they want. Oh my God owner been scary. Eventually Loretta booked all over the country and she really started enjoying it in was finding it a lot easier to be on stage. About her women fans, she said, I tried aiming my show more at the women even though some of them got the wrong idea, one time I was playing this club in Baltimore and this woman comes up to me in says, so you're the woman that's in my husband's life. That's all I hear before I go to bed when I wake up in the morning, Loretta Lynn and I'm GonNa, break, your neck, I sent. Woman, I don't even know your husband. But if you touch me I'm tired of you before I got the chance bound through through out of the club. My. Most of the women liked me though they could see I was. A mother and a wife and a daughter who had feelings just like other women. Sure. I want to mend like me but the women were something special. They'd come around the bus after the show when they'd asked to talk to. They felt I had the answers to their problems because my life was just like there's whom. Yeah. She's a woman's woman. is. First album was number one in nineteen, hundred, sixty, three, and in nineteen, sixty four. She was named top female vocalist. She was at the Grand Ole opry for seventeen straight shows, which was a record for anyone who wasn't a member, and then finally they asked you to join. Yeah. That'll do it. Yeah. So Loretta, Kitty Wells sing songs from the woman's perspective because country music from the men's perspective was all truck driving easy women and cheating. She remembered how Kitty Sang the woman's side of the story and wanted to hear songs more like that, and she says, you know it certainly helped that kitty wells and patsy Kline can before her and they kind of like led the charge Loretta. Also just talking about music that she really liked. She really loves Ray Charles. She said that country music owes a locked to him preparing fans, Johnny cash and Merle, Haggard Charley Pride. The first black country star is one of his all time favorites as well, and so she says that she's his biggest fan. So the song don't come home and drink in the one we mentioned earlier got to be number one. In the nation was also the first album ever made by a woman singer that a million dollars. She says, she didn't want any outside influences changing her music, and so she really didn't listen to Joni Mitchell or Bob Dylan, or the Beatles, she kind of stayed in her own little bubble. One of her personal highlights is when Ernest Tubb chose her to sing with him on an album of duets and so when she's with him, she feels like that little girl huddled on the floor in front of the Pico Radio on Saturday night. Now, before she knew it, they were making more money than they'd ever dreamed of she went from twenty five dollars a show to fifty to a hundred and above. She still did her own canning and put food away from the winter. She said, you never know when the show business is to go for fluey. He says, once you've been poor, you always feel in the back of your mind, you're going to be poor again. Started paying off, do gave up his job as mechanic to take more interest in the business, and they found a forty five Acre ranch and rented a little house in Madison, Tennessee. In late nineteen, sixty three already discovered that she was. A pregnant again. Loretto. He. Yeah. With wins by the way. With, Loretta, was worried that her career would be interrupted. You know things moved on, she named them, Patsy and Peggy. She said that they were a godsend. It was like a whole second life for her and do happened because they had them when they had the money and time to devote to them. She was on the road a lot and they were adult the. Loretta and new little were adults at this time to call. Yes. Yeah. So they got to spend more time with them. They were identical twins and Loretta. Couldn't always tell them apart especially when she just come home up the road. She. Begged Hey, twin and they don't call. Me By my name. So, reticence that they were never really part of Nashville social scene and that forty five acres ended up not being enough for them, and they kind of got lost once on a drive and found a beautiful one, thousand, four, hundred, and fifty Acre property with an old house built on a hill or the whole town, and it had like white columns in the front. It was in such bad shape though that when Loretta was on the road, do actually thought, he'd set the whole thing on fire. He had tears in his eyes because it was probably best to just rebuild, but he knew how much Loretto loved the House. So he fixed it up for them. So threaded. Didn't know this again because she. was educated in some ways and not in some ways, but she didn't know that it had originally been a plantation house, and if you look at pictures of it, you see it immediately with the white columns, the way that it's built. She talked about seances that they've had there because it was a salute. There was a civil war battle fought there on the grounds that they're actually enslaved people buried in the property and when she found that out, it made her really sad. since they ended up buying. So much of the land, it's kind of like the ended up buying the whole town. So do fix stop picks it up into a real working ranch and it's worth a lot. Now, you can see it and take a tour. You can go and Youtube, people have taken tourism it and made whole videos of it so just. Just you know search hurricane mills and it definitely has graceland vibes. Cool. I'll look it up. That's where the recreation of the butcher Holler home is as well, and it says, you know it portrays the legacy of the rags to riches, coal miner's daughter Yeah. I just looked it up, and like you said, yeah, you can really tell it's beautiful but Yeah you can tell her. Old Plantation Home in the House Loretta explains on the wall going up the winding stairway. We've got all forty five of my albums framed in the order that I did them. This is nineteen seventy five that wrote this and there's forty five then more now, there's some one I didn't use any makeup before. Do finally. Let me. You can see me changing album after album. It's really kind of weird to see I've got all kinds of souvenirs around the house. A bed Hank Williams zoned the cowboy hat tex ritter used to wear my second rhythm guitar, some personal.

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"old plantation home" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:50 min | 4 months ago

"old plantation home" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Projecting what would equal fifty home runs in the short season so he said if you're twenty home runs in this that's equal to fifty ha you know what course yeah I didn't even think about it I mean what if somebody hits four hundred does that count yeah I can get it canceled at all that's going to happen to Paris would say of course not not of course it will entail I would say it's doubtful that it happens anyway because usually I mean a sixty game sample size it's a third of the you know what they normally player I guess it's a little little more than that is that right but still there's usually not sixty games of the season anybody hit four hundred right now I don't think about this story of a guy Duterte to getting close around those times in the last few years but you know the names don't jump out at me but I do remember like you know I feel like telling someone that was but now it's win and delay John old road where the last guys that I remember even threatening yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah so I don't spot all the route yeah of course the helmet on the field yeah I was wanted to have a soft head I'm not making light of it I'm being three baseball card the guide always wore a hard hat I think he had a head injury do you have a song all right insensitivity oh sorry who are we doing that the ad lets you shift up and talk about this master saying I don't know all I I don't know the past on this Thursday is that Deadspin writer who says now the heart of the masters golf turns like make Augusta should should rename the tournament because of its you know racist and radiation implications you know the the word masters to me obviously I I see the connection but I've always associated that yes with with with just being someone who is a harasser of the game yeah now Augusta national does not have a great history when it comes to diversity the age I mean what was it you're exactly right of hot spot yeah they they didn't let him even led to a black player on the course and tell when like the the seventy something like that I don't know the exact details they did have a black member for a long time and I think they didn't have a female member until two thousand well go is ago when Condoleezza Rice and another woman were the first female member accurately elder was the first black golfer to play back in the seventies so yeah there's a there's a long history of not great race relations Booker's Clifford Roberts a former chairman said as long as I live the golfers will be widened the caddies will be black damn yeah so attic but when when when Bobby Jones started this tournament the masters because he said is what you said Jason they're the masters of their game of the game of golf nothing to do with slavery right even though even though the clubhouse is a beautiful old plantation home it's a plantation home the clubhouse right right right so do you think I mean do you think that that this is warranted or there be to you through the the word click click bait out there is that I just I mean it seems a lot more easy for folks like ed who reads this and then I need to have asked someone on another yes a wellness check on a check listen I think this is just what's happening now because I read something today that the group wants to tear down but what is it and that the code is the monument with all the presents they wanna get relaxed with Washington and Jefferson and mount Rushmore mount Rushmore yeah so I think that's going to be able I think when you say what's what's the word that climbing on a sort of planning on our home Hey I got a grudge against right the name of the masters I got it right he gets mount Rushmore got a garage you get so and so this is the time to to put it out there one day is that what you said no it's called the home state hall I don't know Jason did didn't he say somebody told me this in the article or something like that did he have like a specific source of if this is actually a thing or did somebody be like home right and I write about today that's very hot topic and hot spot three six zero five ninety if you want to weigh in five one two eight three six zero five ninety does the masters golf tournament need to change it since it changed its name sports are Jason had to be back in just a moment I came our homes today are like little cities full of different internet it borrows like the entertainment district the virtual fitness center in the garage and Xfinity internet keeps it all running smoothly with reliable speed to power all your devices at once you get coverage around town from the financial district home office to the spa Xfinity internet.

"old plantation home" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

10:37 min | 5 months ago

"old plantation home" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"This all be sure to take time to remember reflect and appreciate those who have served and sacrificed on our behalf hello the virtue of loyalty element in books celebrity movies all of it in relationships it's our fundamental human desire to want our friends and family to be loyal to us to support us and always be there for us correspondingly to something we give those we love the most I want you to keep two things a secret for me if you will number one I need you to keep it a secret from my friends that I like the movie the notebook in my friends found out that I like the movie the notebook they would spend a lot of time ridiculing that disclosure but I do like that movie and I like it because of loyalty the loyalty no ahead with his friend Sam who was killed during the war the loyalty between Noah and his father the loyalty between Noah and Allie at the end of life but the most poignant scene to me in that movie was after no had completed the labor of love and remodeled the old plantation home and now we saw for the first time she said you really did it you really remodeled this house and his response was so short and so simple and so sure he said well I told you I would loyalty to his commitment loyalty to his word loyalty to the person who cared about the most the only secret I need you to keep this from my mom and my wife which is that I also enjoy the movie the town it's Ross it's violent the language is not a great or even good for that matter but there is a scene in the movie where one guy Ben Affleck's character says I need your help I can't tell you what it is and you can never asked me about it later there's a momentary pause in his friend responds whose car we gonna take this form a loyalty and I'm not advocating for that kind of blind loyalty that aids and abets crime but when you see loyalty in action it does have a profound effect on you recently I spoke with Baylor women's basketball coach Kim Mulkey you may know that she's won three national championships with the lady bears as their head coach you may also know that she was recently elected to the Naismith basketball hall of fame class which also includes Kobe Bryant and Tim Duncan but what you may not know is the full Kim Mulkey backstory and the decision she made after nearly twenty years as the national championship winning player and assistant coach at Louisiana tech news station to change the direction of her career and her life when she didn't believe the loyalty she had shown to that school was reciprocated to her Leon Barmore got Adam to quit he retired and I really think he'll tell you this he retired because he didn't want me to leave to go be a head coach anywhere else and I had turned down three hand jobs and coach more more wanted me to be the head coach he retired in enough time like during the season so that they could find who they wanted to replace him and our trade they approached me with a three year deal and I said absolutely not I said bill B. five years or I'm not taking it and the reason I said five years is the standard in the business now it's some coaches and junior contracts but the standard in the business was five years and especially for me because I had turned down three had jobs and been there nineteen years fifteen as a player for as an assistant coach and I'm following in the footsteps of a legend if you're going to follow in the footsteps of a legend and the money's not going to be great then you better have job security I had fifteen years in the retirement system in Louisiana and five more years would have given me twenty years and I stood there by what I believe my principal was I need five years to follow Leon Barmore they increased it to four years and I wouldn't budge and trade I beg to stay there I met with the then president the athletic director was in there I got literally down on my knees this allows my personality I am just crying and I mean that the smart girls learn the cheers please what is it that you you know this seems personal I just smoke five years I don't want to leave them a Louisiana girl and he wouldn't budge and I got up and as I walked out the door I just turned around and looked at it at him one last time and I said are you sure and he never budged and I came to Baylor I was very honest with Tom Stanton the athletic director at the time that its Louisiana tech gives me five years on staying in at Louisiana tech and they didn't tell him the next day I think it was first part first of April two thousand our salute to Waco Texas and was introduced as the women's basketball coach coach most of us will never be able to relate to playing for a national championship will never play sports at the level that you play sports but there will be moments and our license election points for we have to make a choice and this is as you describe yourself a Louisiana girl with her dream job and yet you walked away for what some may say well what's in their first four informed thought most of us would not give up on a dream over twelve months post something inside you it was important for you to go to Waco Texas I'm loyal I'm almost loyal to a fault I've lived two places in my professional life Ruston Louisiana in Waco Texas I've had many opportunities to move and go to other schools it's not who I am and for me to pack up and leave are you had to know that was true to my heart that that **** year meant a great deal it's sent a message to me also that those nineteen years really didn't matter to him as as a person and he didn't understand the valued at Louisiana tech is a mid major you're not gonna have the big money from the power five conferences and it takes a special kind of coach to want to stay there for life and I felt like I was that special kind of coach what else could I have done and that's when I said you know I'm being pushed out without just being told relate and that's okay and I walked out the door and trade the first I guess three months I lived in apartments on university parks drive in Waco Texas and no longer there and I cried myself to sleep thank you and are you being stubborn hard headed or is this truly who you are as a person and it was to I am as a person and there's an old country songs says you gotta stand for something or you'll fall for anything and I just believe in what I believe and it's turned out to be the greatest decision professionally that I ever made and the thank god for unanswered prayers one place where loyalty is ultimately important in our lives is to our families we stand by them and expect them to stand by us what happens when work or in this case running a women's college basketball team intersects directly with your family so what happens when work when this case running the women's basketball team intersex directly with family here's coach Mulkey talking about how it worked out what loyalties were tested when she coached her own daughter mackenzie at Baylor University the only concern I had was my chance he was going to see her mom in a different light she's seen her mom on the sideline she's seeing or doing interviews she singer at home but she never really saw her mother in a locker room at the lowest of moments and at the highest of moments and she needed to be prepared for that and she handled it beautifully the second thing I told her that she needed to really make sure she understood is that don't make your teammates uncomfortable in the locker room for sure that they think you're gonna tell mom everything they say bad about her and the kids just she was she was perfect in the girls will tell you they never worried about it she would just get mad at her mom to do and say things and they never ever felt anything but that she was a good team mate and then thirdly she had to understand you're coming to an elite program what if you never get on that floor I'm still going to be your mother and I'm gonna love you and I'm going to coach I'm not going to be harder on you the one thing that I might be guilty of this at our mayor wait just a little bit too long to get valuable she might could have played it should've played a little earlier in her career so maybe I was guilty of that but it was a joy to coach you she got to experience a forty M. O. team national championship she got to go to a World Series with coach Glenn Moore on the softball team she does everything you want in the child but everything you want in a teammate Kim okay is everything you would want to coach but more importantly and a leader of young people helping to mold the next generation for two decades now they look how successful was gonna multi Bennis for basketball well think about this she's won national collegiate titles as a player as an assistant coach and as a head coach the first ever to do so in his one three national titles as a head coach one of only three coaches to do that the other two the late great Pat Summitt at the university of Tennessee and you know Arianna at Connecticut that is pretty good company coach Mulkey when we come back to this Memorial Day special of materiality podcast.

"old plantation home" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

10:02 min | 5 months ago

"old plantation home" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"So be sure to take time to remember reflect and appreciate those who have served and sacrificed on our behalf hello the virtue of loyalty a little bit and books celebrity movies all of it in relationships it's our fundamental human desire to want our friends and family to be loyal to us to support us and always be there for us all responding leaders something we give those we love the most I want you to keep two things a sticker form if you will number one I need you to keep it a secret from my friends that I like the movie the notebook in my friends found out that I like the movie the notebook they would spend a lot of time ridiculing that disclosure but I do like that movie and I like it because of loyalty the loyalty no ahead with this friend Stan who was killed during the war the loyalty between Noah and his father the loyalty between Noah and Allie at the end of life but the most poignant scene to me in that movie was after no had completed the labor of love and remodel the old plantation home and now we saw for the first time she said you really did it you really remodeled this house and his response was so short and so simple and so pure he said well I told you I would loyalty to his commitment loyalty to his were loyal to to the person who cared about the most the other cigarette I need you to keep this from my mom and my wife which is that I also enjoy the movie the town it's Ross is violent the language is not a great or even good for that matter but there is a scene in a movie where one guy Ben Affleck's character says I need your help I can't tell you what it is and you can never asked me about it later there's a momentary pause in his friend responds whose car we gonna tech that's formal loyalty and I'm not advocating for that kind of blind loyalty that aids and abets crime when you see loyalty in action it does have a profound effect on you recently I spoke with Baylor women's basketball coach Kim Mulkey you may know that she's won three national championships with the lady bears as their head coach you may also know that she was recently elected to the Naismith basketball hall of fame in a class which also includes Kobe Bryant and Tim Duncan but what you may not know is the full Kim Mulkey backstory and the decision she made after nearly twenty years as a national championship winning player and assistant coach at Louisiana tech decision to change the direction of her career and her lights when she didn't believe the loyalty she had shown to that school was reciprocated to her Leon Barmore got out of two quick he retired and I really think he'll tell you this he retired because he didn't want me to leave to go be a head coach anywhere else and I had turned down three had jobs and coach far more wanted me to be the head coach he retired in enough time like during the season so that they could find who they wanted to replace him and she trait they approached me with a three year deal and I said absolutely not I said that'll be five years or I'm not taking it and the reason I said five years is the standard in the business now it's some coaches and ten year contracts but the standard in the business was five years and especially for me because I had turned down three had jobs had been there nineteen years fifteen as a player for as an assistant coach and I'm following in the footsteps of a legend if you're going to follow in the footsteps of a legend and the money's not going to be great then you better have job security I had fifteen years in the retirement system in Louisiana and five more years would have given me twenty years and I stood there by what I believe my principal was I need five years to follow Leon Barmore they increased it took four years and I wouldn't budge and trade I beg to stay there I met with the then president the athletic director was in there I got literally down on my knees this allows my personality I am just crying and I'm being a smart was formed the cheers please what is it that you you know the same personal I just five years I don't want to leave them a Louisiana girl and he wouldn't budge and I got up and as I walked out the door I just turned around and looked at it him one last time and I said are you sure and he never budged and I came to Baylor I was very honest with Tom Stanton the athletic director at the time that its Louisiana tech gives me five years of stand at Louisiana tech and they didn't and the next day I think it was first part first of April two thousand actually to Waco Texas and was introduced as the women's basketball coach coach most of us will never be able to relate to playing for a national championship will never play sports at the level that you played sports but there will be moments and our license election points for we have to make a choice and this is as you describe yourself a Louisiana girl with her dream job and yet you walked away for what some may say well what's the difference between four and five most of us would not give up on a dream over twelve months but something inside you it was important for you to go to Waco Texas I'm loyal I'm almost loyal to a fault I've lived two places in my professional life Ruston Louisiana in Waco Texas I've had many opportunities to move and go to other schools it's not who I am and for me to pack up and leave are you had to know that was true to my heart that that **** year meant a great deal it sent a message to me also that those nineteen years really didn't matter to him as as a person and he didn't understand the value that Louisiana tech is a mid major you're not gonna have the big money from the power five conferences and it takes a special kind of coach to want to stay there for life and I felt like I was that special kind of coach what else could I have done and that's when I said you know I'm being pushed out without just being told really and that's okay and I walked out that door entry the first I guess three months I lived in apartments on university parks drive in Waco Texas that no longer there and I cried myself to sleep thank you in are you being stubborn hard headed or is this truly who you are as a person and it was two hours I am as a person and there's an old country songs says you gotta stand for something or you'll fall for anything and I just believe in what I believe and it's turned out to be the greatest decision professionally that I ever made and thank god for unanswered prayers one place where loyalty is ultimately important in our lives is to our families we stand by them and expect them to stand by us well what happens when work or in this case running a women's college basketball team intersects directly with your family so what happens when work when this case running a women's basketball team intersex directly with family here's coach Mulkey talking about how it worked out what loyalties were tested when she coached her own daughter mackenzie at Baylor University the only concern I had was my chance he was going to see her mom in a different light she'd seen her mom on the sideline she's saying or doing interviews she singer at home but she never really saw her mother in a locker room and the lowest of moments and at the highest of moments and she needed to be prepared for that and she handled it beautifully the second thing I told her that she needed to really make sure she understood is that don't make your teammates uncomfortable in a locker room for sure that they think you're gonna tell mom everything they say bad about her and the kids just she was she was perfect in the girls will tell you they never worried about it she would just get mad at her mom to do and say things and and they never ever felt anything but that she was a good team mate and then thirdly she had to understand you're coming to an elite program what if you never get on that floor I'm still going to be your mother and I'm gonna love you and I'm going to coach I'm not gonna be any harder on you the one thing that I might be guilty of this at our major wait just a little bit too long to get valuable she might could have played it should have played a little earlier in her career so maybe I was guilty of that but it was a joy to coach you she got to experience a forty and team national championship she got to go to a World Series with coach Glenn Moore on the softball team she does everything you want in a child but everything you want in a teammate Kim okay is everything you would want to coach but more importantly and a leader of young people helping to mold the next generation for two decades now Taylor how successful is come Okey Bennis for basketball well think about this she's won national collegiate titles as a player as an assistant coach and as a head coach the first ever to do so in his one three national titles as a head coach one of only three coaches to do that the other two the late great Pat Summitt at university of Tennessee and you know Arianna at Connecticut that is pretty good company coach Mulkey when we come back to this Memorial Day special of the trade out a podcast.

"old plantation home" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

04:31 min | 9 months ago

"old plantation home" Discussed on Ologies

"To meet the great granddaughter of the The man who my ancestors to work for it was it was deep down. We correspondent over the phone and she said she'd be happy to meet me her and her husband and I told her about my book and that I'm trying to write this information Asian. I'm trying to research my family and I just would like to know where my assessors live to. And where they worked at and the land and just everything about I just wanted to breathe it touch it. Smell it whatever I wanted to get down there and see that she says come on. Now you just let us know when you come in. And we'll we'll meet you so I planned my trip. Went Down there in September nineteen ninety four and we met at the local bank there. It's a little small town. And we just embraced braced and we just embraced and we just made a made a really deep connection. We're still Francis Day. Well actually her son and his wife are are friends with me. Because she's now passed on. She was about seventy five years old and nine hundred ninety four but she. I opened our arms and we just I had to rent a car and I drove up from Jackson. Mississippi rented a car drove up the interstate fifty five and got into town and uh she hopped into to my car. She didn't know me from Adam. The first time we met you know she hopped into the passenger side and she told her daughter drove her up there and she tells her daughter okay. I'll see you later on today by by she. She's that confident to get in the car with me total stretch but that's the connection. We had that day it was amazing. amaz forget it and she took me to the old family cite the old plantation home. That that her her great grandfather lived in. She took me to the family cemetery and some of my ancestors were buried into her family cemetery. It was just. It was just amazing and yeah just signed out. I was casually fully crying in I recording closet at this point just taking notes the whole time and that was a turning point and that just broke through to finding another generation of my family and long story short alley. One time it was said and done I was able to work my way all the away from starting in one thousand nine hundred eighty. I went all the way back to like the seventeen hundreds thirties. Yeah couldn't believe I had no idea that I could go that that far back but I had paper documents from the courthouses and Estate records that just. I just followed the paper trail. You know just like the Perry Mason in Charlotte paper trail. I heard you had a reputation for Resourceful so stephen follow those clues in led him to Virginia in the seventeen thirty s and an archived estate inventory. When somebody dies they have to do an estate inventory of all your property and they did that back then to nothing? You know pretty much the same and so this person's plantation tation home that these this paper trail pointing me to his name was colonel. George esque rich and he A had African that were working on his. He had a tobacco plantation. Tobacco was the main crop. I guess at that time and he had on on his estate inventory when he died he died in seventeen thirty five. They had to do an estate inventory of all his belongings and of course unfortunately they listed you. You know you know human beings this property we got that you know how they but they were African names. When I looked on the on the Tory they were African free commands? I couldn't believe and so they're a little bit more research. I was able to identify one of them and it was just. It's just amazing. The most you've had a long history of going into musty bookshelves and microfiche and all the way up to Internet into into DNA tests. And you know. Cheney Allah cheesy in the field expands seems like every year with technology and yes on one hand you know. We learned that. We're literally like all related.

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"old plantation home" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:54 min | 11 months ago

"old plantation home" Discussed on KOMO

"Michael for the book that I was describing this is one of many that come in this category but it's called big little house it it's small houses designed by architects and I'm not talking about tiny houses a feature some of those in this book as well the author is Donna crack bar and it's a fantastic little book that is just filled with ideas for how to create a home this on a smaller scale and again this is not a tiny house book although it does feature that I'm recommending it because people are real estate is expensive land is expensive and there's a lot of land now the skating subdivided and would allow a smaller home people are building mother in law apartments that they themselves and plan on living in and so these are the types of things that I think people should know that could be of great benefit to them and I I I think it's a it's a lovely idea you know to look at how you can take a small space and make it feel much bigger one of the keys to that is higher ceilings so by putting in the higher ceilings that in and of itself and its Honda light you know that is where you can get it all right now on with our subject about how to make houses look more expensive this is one of my Mike key fundamental principles in interior design everybody has one mine is moldings holdings buildings and and when I personally designed a space I care so much about the moldings in fact often times I'm thinking about the molding before and thinking about other things that forget floor plan and after we know you're the size of the kitchen and the master on sweet those sorts of things but the moldings and the reason is because moldings add character to the homes and what I like I like I like higher ceilings if one can get it and I like moldings to be at least four or five inches for crown molding I'm not kidding and I like moldings to be four to six inches around the baseboard I don't do small moldings in less it's mid century modern home then of course that's what we're going to do because that is in keeping with the style of that home but the reason I became so enamored with moldings is because I had the privilege to live in the southeast for a number of years with my single dad and one of the things that he would do is always go through abandon old farm homes and even some of those old homes yeah we traveled all through the southeast old plantation homes and you know one of the things he gives a home rich character and makes a home look expensive our crown moldings I would do the same molding throughout the entire home you don't have to change it up you can but just by creating a saw a soft cove type molding I think that you would love it that fits in the corner it has a soft almost cotton concave look to it it's rolled it's just very soft and with that larger balding forty five inches tall it up in the corner you would be surprised and yes the molding should be an accent molding trim color whether it it can be so the walls are off white and the moldings for all maybe it's a softer shade of darker gray or if you have off white walls and the brighter white molding I don't really like pure bright white but you still want that just soft flannel what I'm white to the molding and you have to look at your light to get your shades of color that's gonna make all the difference in people don't think about this also the other thing that I'm very picky about or the quality of doors you know mark you just move on to the promoters because we're a big fan of it at our house in being a tall guy I think it makes a few the ceiling seems higher I had to do that because the house we bought that ceilings in the lower downstairs basement well we it's not really the basement our house is just that we because we live with the view that the bedrooms are on the lower floor and the ceiling for only eight feet high maybe I think they were maybe seven and a half but I put these angle larger moldings in the corners right a you know it right up to the ceiling at at at at an angle and I painted the ceiling and the moldings all the same color and it just because this way you know frankly bright would call the explosion of light he was bit dramatic but anyway the point you get the point let's go ahead and give out her phone numbers if you don't mind you bet if you have a question for Tammy though she's here for a half hour left of our number.

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"old plantation home" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"old plantation home" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Simply safe bubble dot com I so we're talking to different gene and so this weekend they went Friday not he went out for grades continued birthday celebration this is the mom and dad time we spend time so mom and dad were there Greg and Lisa were there Chandler and Riley springs daughter and her husband they arrived my sister was there with that with her all three of her children and so that was kind of the crew that different she was exposed to he ate corn bread and loved it yes I mean not like it loved it and you had roast beef we had beans beans and tomatoes cucumber turnip greens turnip greens yeah he love Turner rings I yes I think it's time to weigh in again a lot he had he had no I that was going what the hell we can't count spinach the the the the front range you thought was spent yes yeah but what we do best it's not the same taste now its taste better doesn't use a pepper sauce Greg Greg I I drove him I can't move it you how we ate it won't I do not want to pepper in and out of here and mom kept trying to you perhaps I need and want so I take the ball and I moved you got to come in there he got about the second help us that you've ever no you have to have people that think about why why why I'll jump differences about I'm very clear about the purpose of so I had a great time my mom and dad that I got to see you again I guess they saw you at the fireworks show with us first time using them number they were at the far works when you first yes so this is the second time they sing you but first on that moms cook for you and it was very good and then we have four layer delight for dessert yeah it was good chocolate yes very so so man so wait so then we go on to to tupelo we go to the birthplace of Elvis we eat at the neon pig so now we're rolling on the Pontotoc well I thought that I had you know not a pretty good job explaining to him what this trip would entail right so the the folks at west heights Baptist church awry and and and Mormon I thanks I say the same our route map Haitian you last name of anyway Ryan who had but been talking to me for about a year about us coming over and doing this and we were excited and I know the pastors David Hamilton but Ryan head to head count but by the way run is is is six foot nine it was a big man I mean you you talk about it you talk about a big fat Hey now this is Helen big right yeah I mean and so I mean you talk about there's a lot of Ron so so yeah it's Mormon I was right if it's been spelled M. O. O. R. M. A. N. so so Ron Mormon and it kind of was the liaison for the man's ministry there for me to come over so it was gonna be the man's a van on Saturday night so that's that's all me and had a great crowd great turn out to the pastor there David Hamilton I wanna thank both of them for their hospitality and and you know that that's not we don't take that lightly when you say Hey come in here we're gonna get we're going off the pulpit to you and a and a and that's not to be taken lightly and I'm honored that they would trust me with that so so in there they were just such a great host and we stayed in now see out but this term Airbnb have been thrown around run the density Airbnb to me is someone lives there right let's say this was really more of a bed and breakfast because it was a it was a cottage this just rented out for you to stay and yeah no one lives there yeah a little different yeah that's a little that's original let's it was not the main you know somebody's in the other room yeah you can hear the for squeak in your basement there walking around I'll tell you what it reminds me of all of you I think everybody's been down to the form it really was like staying in the White House and for me just like almost like identical and you know and it's been refurbished inside it's nice but it's got that that that a farm field at the Porsche you walk out porch you looking out the green grass and trees and you know we in the you know the bedrooms like for you and your mom also house got an end of the day okay it's a very calm your little friend she was still asleep on a Sunday morning had given up hello little friend she was out wow is it I've been to I've been to Mississippi they fit me well and I am down so but so we loved the house so thanks to I think Marie he was the host is that it was her house that she set it up for us and they're the ones who rented out and they were they were great hosts so I thought I'd kinda explained everything don't you the way it was going so we had probably not it was we had a great time and things like that you don't understand why there well as wise there will not man men know that lays out way in the church yes they are Welland men now now you have a back which there were where were women there were women yes yes all men so how may I know women but he didn't say it while we were there I noticed him a motor I am less I noticed in the I noticed he was looking around on Friday not a lot not that we just take it and it was it was packed into you know when men get together you hear me and saying there's just something about that and and you know the the the the goes to the musicians it really worship a great job and then I mean you know when you're in a lock there were probably three hundred shot me in there and ran to hold about three hundred sense of it was yeah a year it was it was special and you know there were a lot of me and they were you know that that the lord was breaking down and there were a lot of people that we're dealing with who they were in and it was just a very powerful not show so we go home and so the next day I'm get ready to go to now to the two services at church we're having breakfast in person at the breakfast table there in the little cottage in in this is was the why he thank you same searching why this is his church and no women all of that that was the church of Rome so he felt that there was a church ahead no win well me and I was and then I will have the women today I mean the with the women to be there today and then you so they work and you sell them so then we went there we did to services and then when it was over I mean this this I live out you know because you think if you come to a part of the world you want experience that part of the world yeah what makes them unique so that the pastor comes over says the I want to have lunch before you start the drive back yes and this is one of those two choices we got in and got a good Mexican restaurant or we take you over to my numbers I think about that you're you're you're in Mississippi and somebody says we're back to eat you want to go to the casa are you want to go to Montgomery and I said well tell me about mom don't and they said you will walking into an old plantation home all the rooms are set up with tables and stuff and you'll enjoy southern cooking stand by family style yes I bring wells that means a bring everything they got and I put it on the table nearby just goes to do yeah I got hungry I said was zero hesitation we will select Montgomery and Frenchie was that not great but listen to this man did not openly we I don't want you to open the way this this literally I'm trying to remember I hope I don't leave anything out these double like Pavlov's dog a bone the balls were set down as follows snap they start with pastor David and then the pass down to his wife I wonder Frenchie too many back around a big run okay ball number one dressing with chicken bowl number two chicken pot pie home may be ball number three fried golden brown chicken bowl number for a mix of corn bread and biscuits nine ball number five Pinto beans bowl number six was sweet potatoes like a long time we the cat young street like a desert that kind of what I have it where it's all so sweet and it's it's Brad then what about leaving out what else it was at all of this we were running around yeah and and I mean guys I mean who ever heard of a male featuring fried chicken and chicken pot Hey I'm looking over chicken pot pies Assad yeah I'm a I mean it and and I'm thinking to myself it is just too much for French there were there was beans to get Pinto beans yeah the beans and how quick was little French of sleep on the way home limits at some again was guy if you were cut him off like a lot did you get home reporter Frank I don't have it and and so I will wrap it up with somebody he got one on they did a yeah one on me and I was saying and I give him props I set myself up I even say it he's got I'm setting myself up I'm going too far with this and I certainly be.

Greg Lisa Chandler Riley springs six foot
"old plantation home" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"old plantation home" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"All those old old plantation mansions and stuff the brick were actually made on site by enslaved workers living on the plantation and they would make the brick and put them all these houses so we're mr town his his reputation and his flair was to replicate some of these old plantation home so the only way that you could do that was to use antique brick towns designs called for used brick not just for the facades of homes but for the flooring courtyard patios and pulled acts even today some neighborhoods in baton rouge require all new construction to use reclaimed brick demand for that weathered look has gotten so high that only the wealthiest homeowners can afford to have salvaged brick theory expecting to your health salvage brick or you know old brit floors or pine beams or pond floor in economy antiques salvage stuff they're expecting to see that in those upper inhouse aside from this desire for an antique look there's another reason why so much use brick from st louis is headed to the gulf coast and out west is because not all bricks are created equal the exterior layer of brek the face brick produced in st louis is fired in such a way that it helps it withstand the freezing winter is in the midwest interior brick is softer and can't stand up to the elements in the 1960s and '70s st louis homebuilders' in the suburbs who started using reclaim brick from the city got a nasty surprise the brick facades were crumbling away.

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"old plantation home" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"old plantation home" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"All those old old plantation mansions and stuff the brick were actually made on site by enslaved workers living on the plantation and they would make the brick and put them all these houses so we're mr town his his reputation and his flair was to replicate some of these old plantation home so the only way that you could do that was to use antique brick towns designs called for used brick not just for the facades of homes but for the flooring courtyard patios and pulled acts even today some neighborhoods in baton rouge require all new construction to use reclaimed brick demand for that weathered look has gotten so high that only the wealthiest homeowners can afford to have salvaged brick theory expecting to your health salvage brick or you know old brit floors or pine beams or pond floor in economy antiques salvage stuff they're expecting to see that in those upper inhouse aside from this desire for an antique look there's another reason why so much use brick from st louis is headed to the gulf coast and out west is because not all bricks are created equal the exterior layer of brek the face brick produced in st louis is fired in such a way that it helps it withstand the freezing winter is in the midwest interior brick is softer and can't stand up to the elements in the 1960s and '70s st louis homebuilders' in the suburbs who started using reclaim brick from the city got a nasty surprise the brick facades were crumbling away.

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