19 Burst results for "Pucci"

"pucci" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast

Italian Wine Podcast

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"pucci" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast

"November in october story in new york. Actually i did a wine tasting insisting i think fourteen wines. Wow an and let me tell you. It's not that easy. Because even i i had to do with us at the time and been on With the group of wine experts quote unquote and even dated. Get all of the ones right. So i think it's very interesting that there's this comparative type of tasting bitching although yes i'm very excited. Okay so listen. I wish you the best of luck. I think your father would be very very proud of you. Thank you see. You have huge responsibility to continue in the name of pucci. But i think i think you're you're great. You have such do. Csm and thank you so much for the invitation. And i will see you very very soon. Thank you see me. Twas honnor and hope to see you sooner somewhere in the world will ask you verna. You're coming up to yes. Yes marijuana in next week. Yup next week next week. Very exciting okay great. Thank you so much gap that's offering out. This is italian wine. Podcast on the road edition at the winery until next time. Gene have you read. She had to listen to the italian one. Podcast wherever you get your podcasts. Were on soundcloud apple podcasts. He malaysia sam and more. Don't forget to subscribe and raked the show. If you enjoy listening please consider donating through italian. Podcasts dot com any amount helps cover equipment production and publication costs until next time sheen..

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"pucci" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"pucci" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

"And in order for men to take accountability for the collective wave of our historical stints. I really think that we need to invite the divine feminine to the Decision Making Table that exists. Through? The multiplicity. Of. Expression of are so. Very. Cool, it's. It's kind of similar to a concept that You know that I. I studied ads called complementary polarities, also just the understanding of of a man, a woman, creating the third mind coming together in that leadership really should be both be man and a woman. Yeah, because then both aspects of the circuitry, the Father Circuitry in the mother circuitry are introduced inside more balanced. The other shouldn't just be a president of the country. There should be to A. A man woman and they should be complementary polarities whether in a relationship or not, they're probably not there disccomp laments, and they're in a functioning relationship in the sense of complementing each other to make the right decisions for their constituents for the people around them. If their leaders, you know deep wisdom I'm blessed to have been raised in a spiritual intentional community and in this community. was founded by my parents actually, and my parents obviously man woman so, but the leadership the leadership was was my mother, and my father, and and and so that had that, and so I saw an can witnessed first hand in a testimony to the balance that comes from two leaders of the opposite sex working together. And like you were saying it's it's the blending divine masculine, divine feminine. It's so important you know and. gave of your anxious. My father neon Emerson chases my mother, and they're both spiritual teachers, and and they've. They built some pretty amazing here. One of the largest communities in the world with one hundred people from all over the world, living on two hundred and twenty acres in harmony with each other, and it's a big subject and I think we'll talk next book your next podcast about what I'm doing and stuff. But. It really really really taps into a lot of the things that we've talked about today. Really flow nicely into the ways that we live our lives here in a community setting with unity without uniformity with radical trust with radically unity with balanced men and women with respecting each other all these subjects you've actually taken here and created a culture where we're trying to personify them. Create a culture where their their existing with I. Love can actually take place that radical love can exist. because there's a consciousness around that supports it nurses and helps to grow. Appreciate share the. of course, your podcast are great. So I really encourage everyone in my listeners to check out our brother, Fitzgerald's podcast deconstruct, and then we've we've had a great conversation covered a lot of territory and Hash. It's been incredible. They come on man. You got a lot of great insight and right on the same vibe is mean the my shows call, get real or die trying. It's about just getting real and that process of getting real. Real deconstructing learning healing like you said going back into the past, uncovering the wounds, taking accountability and becoming a better human being. You know that's what we're all trying to do here. So not all of us, but we should be well. That's what I'm trying to. I'm trying to encourage others, and we're all in it together. Man One big family, so your words have inspired me. Take deeper into that capability. You have. They have so much..

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"pucci" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"pucci" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

"Gentle. The communication specificity. The boundaries. The the ability to list. Even when I was quiet, I wasn't able to listen to other because I was so obsessed with. Being quiet. and. Really unhealthy way for me be small, and as I let goal of that, which didn't serve I have to build myself up again after that point. Now after years of work I finally feel that the place where I have found by rooted presence again. Am that reunion was so beautiful. The Weber really stirred that experience in the of what happened when I lost. Edry About. Yeah. Why will thank you for sharing that? Because that is actually a poignant, powerful and beautiful stuff analysis of your process? It's almost micro. Your microprocessor is kind of like to me. An example of the macro reality of the of what happened with men in a thousand one hundred thousand millions of men on the macro level of not trusting themselves anymore going to the wrong end of the spectrum into that weakness into that indecisiveness into that lack of passion that lack of fervor and wanting to take responsibility, and they've gone to the other end of the spectrum, and so now it's all good man. Everything goes. They don't want to say no. Don't do that. Don't want to say hey, that's wrong. Broods on good, and that's too much relativity, because it's not all good. There's a lot of things that aren't good and as a man, you've gotta be able to take. Take charge and say what's not good, and so I think what you just shared. There was a really powerful little testimony I. Think would help a lot of men gross I appreciate you sharing that because and you know what we're going to have. Those moments all throughout our ascension than this life. We're going to keep growing. It's not like you've arrived and you're perfect. You're going to have another process where you've come just as I am. And we're GONNA keep decontrol. Keep learning, keep getting more balance, but the process you got to actually being too weak washtrust in myself and I'm appeasing this guilt US basically this is almost as macro guilt of all men collective, and it's affecting my own personal psyche, and I'm becoming week and a lot of weight, and you know that process you had. Is Powerful and needs to happen for millions of men, and it will continue to happen in different ways and our lives as we grow as men as we heal, it's constantly refining you know and my wife God. Bless her. She's always she's always telling me you know. Don't so dramatic about your your flaws. It's really just. Think of it is that you need to refine more refining? It's just refining. It's like. If we I can really beat up on myself. Thinking my whole, you know I'm just so terrible and this and that I'm completely flaw, and so you know what it's just you just need a little sandpaper. Some areas to smooth out you know, and and give ourselves some grace, but also recognize that we need the Sand Bay having that balance. Those who do Audi again of growing. And you can't have other people can't really do for us either. We take the paper and do it, and then they can point out and say there's a rough patch may want to smooth it out a little bit on your on your soul on your personality. There's a rough patch. Go ahead and give it a little sand, and we can either respond humility and gratitude for the or we can respond with. Arrogance Pride Yeah, intention were you. Who are you to tell me that that's? Right and it's cool. It's cool it where when this conversation and I wished that millions of men were I wish it was happening on the global level. I wish we I wish that men who had hundreds of thousands and millions of followers on their platforms were saying this instead of the BS. They're saying you know talk about the wrong use of power and misuse of power, and and just delivering needing meaningless banter again instead of delivering and taking responsibility with the audience they have and saying something of meaning and saying Hey, look guys, let's do this. Let's be good men. They're saying they're promoting the opposite power. This is what it means gotta do this. Take Women Be Biscuit misogyny know. Apologize. You never admit you're wrong. You keep plowing through you. You Kill Your opposition. And I think of how many of the. House will ma'am there are. In how many opportunities they have to explore the harm Dave costs. That's one of the things about the mainstream. It's India's a judgments of powerful map it in a lot of our collective reckon. In it, there is an opportunity. To a swan to this harm. With grace to. The what happens if all of this prominent men who have allegations stacks binders? If, they would take. TREMENDOUS COURAGE! And beginning to look at. Sears. And we have we have this feeling of. That's GonNa kill me as I do. It's GonNa. Destroy, me rip me apart. It's GONNA consume. Doubt consumes the individual guilt consumes the individual, and we build up all of these layers to insulate ourselves from those hard feelings when really they are the keys to a prison cells. Our own words and the more we spend time running for. Avoiding. The whole longer we perpetuate, the collective sin of arch, under and the deeper of that encompassing guilt that neuner speak. Cysts? So. I think one of the ways that I have found. In navigate. Accountability looks. Embracing aspects. Of The divine feminine. Within myself. Because I have found my divine bask. I have found by residence, masculine tendencies of being decisive of having genuine confidence of communicating bold and clear a truth. And how can that be nourished? How can that be viewed chancellor? How can I sustain itself for.

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"pucci" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"pucci" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

"In one of these communities is the suspension of excuses. Reaction Just. Since being able to console point where all of little things send us that want to fight and kick and scream when they're confronted. To be able to de escalate those things within ourselves to a point of you know maybe I don't have everything, right? That is really I believe the first step to take accountability, but it can be such. Strenuous Energy Consuming Cross Because I've really seen that when someone who has normalize themselves when they're exposed to that. The entire arson of defense generally needs to come out like opening the Pandora's box. All of these bugs, since makes things, scales, and fangs and ugliness, no need to leave the box. It's only when that box is. Lead it. Can you really have those conversations that the idea of? Maybe there are things that I can find shrink taking. For. Now you bring up a lot of a lot of great points. They're in it. Kind of reminds me of my own philosophy and of. Being willing to look in the mirror and see your ugly side. See your weaknesses. See the things that we don't want to see you know and and look at that Pandora's box of the scales snarling. Aspects of our personalities. That are not really conducive to optimum human performance, you know, and being basically being a loving soul, and being and being a human that connects. You talked about this and your podcast, which I liked the concept of multiplicity and I talk about duality. The duality of man a woman you know men, creatures, human beings. Is that to me I'm I'm fascinated with the kind of the battle between our human nature and our spiritual nature, you know because we are spiritual beings in, but we're in this constant battle, and the more that we try, and spirit ties our hearts and minds, the more retrying elevate our spiritual consciousness, were at war with our lower self, and our higher self, our human nature, and our spiritual nature, and coming in you know, and all of us every human being is a dichotomy in some sense I was just telling my wife on the fool, and I'm a sage. A dichotomy early, and I'm trying I'm trying to be more sage unless the fool. If, I were to say. I'm a sage, and not accept that can be a fool as well. Then I'm you know I'm just basically full of. This having the awareness to grow, and that's a perfect point that you bring up. There and I really think that the. End of the war that exists between US Jude. Comes in finding the bounds where the child and the sage meat and begins early. Yeah thus the duality of meeting how to grow up, take responsibility, be accountable and be mature. You mature adult, but also have that childlike nature, and what is the childlike nature to me? It's about purity. He children are more neatly more pure. And they have more virtues than adults because they had less time to be corrupted, but Sadly? In, so childlike nature is really just more pure nature. They're more loving. They. They don't have preconceived judgements of people when they meet them. You know they don't. They just don't see these things because they haven't learned all of these and absorbed and like you were talking about earlier, or they don't have these layers of wrong learning, and so that childlike nature that we need to pursue to me is really purity, and then then then you get to the crossroads of wow, how do I become more peer? That's where the work comes in yet to be able to like. Sit Down and say that's what we were talking about. Look in the mirror and say Dang Man I'm ugly. Ugly. Ego Uglier this competition means ugly, or whatever is having the courage, the accountability to look in the mirror or look in the mirror. Sometimes, the mirror is a friend. Is a lover as a loved one is your mentor is your spiritual elders, your teacher? Who says you know what this isn't working and you should want that, and you'll have talked about that. A lot of my podcasts, really seeking out the the sage, if you will the teachers, the spiritual elders in one's life to have that guidance to have that correction when she was what my last podcast was. About Care Frontier Verse Correction You know really one in that, so you can you? Can Better Yourself Change Yourself? Improve yourself and I think a lot of the concepts you've touched on and some of your podcast. You seem to really be exploring human nature, and the pursuit to kind of. deconstructing the wrong things we've learned, but also embracing incoming into the new paradigm in the correct ways of how we conduct ourselves and the conversation you're having with yourself, and with others is a conversation that millions of people need to be having. It's as you mentioned something. Look at my notes here real. Quick in your speech that. Was a was a concept that I really liked because reminded me of a concept that I talk about here. Well I think you were talking about this society pressure towards singularity and and and what I thought about is concept in a book called the Ranch Book that I read, and the ranch book is a big subjects author, Tom, habit it's a revelation and epochal revelation that came to this planet cancer, anonymous, sleeping profit, and anyways there's a concept called unity without uniformity. Yes, yes, and that's what we need to have. You can still have unity without uniformity. We don't all have to you know, be the uniform. Patterns you know and look the same and act the same, and and and really trying to get to that confidence of unity without uniformity. You also said something you said the word. You part of new member. Maybe you do a member radical. Something of the took the nets Shrestha human. Yes, ground and I really liked that. I really liked that because. Will want to be we. Do We lose we lose faith in humanity me. Lose faith in each other. And yes, the radical trust in the human nature to grow reminded me of a concept of my fathers that he talks about called Radical Unity. I used to talk with them. You ask me. Why is it radical? What's what's radical by unity well? It's a radical because we're so far from. The norms to be divided so unique, itself is radical. We've made such a tremendous departure from the original agents. which is country. Stop to? Save.

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"pucci" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"pucci" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

"Sicker. sicker. and. It has someone in a small town. I. We are ninety eight percent white, so racialist conversation. Never takes place from at the advocacy. Side of those aren't. That, those layers keep building up as one continues normalizing themselves to their morals Layer needs to find a way to be broken. It needs to find a way to gently be removed from individual. One of the things that I talk about a lot is the wave that slating the United States when it was first introduced was cool and abnormal practice was only through the encouragement and the repetition of actions who'll take along side the justification of his? Verse coming that happens. Justification is so important here when someone brings up an idea that shower into those normal everyday interactions, one of the first things to come for a small town community are the justifications that. I'm not racist I. Have All these steps are lack that are round? That are not white. I don't have the racist, but in my body a very wise man by the name of Dutch Brown Mex- cabins squad been sticking in my mind all the way through. Mont.. Heartbeat of racism on the looking at it from the black lives matter perspective of tape account, go The heartbeat of racism is in denial. So one of the first things Oh we need some normalize.

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"pucci" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"pucci" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

"Wrva here. Welcome to episode sixteen of my podcast today I had the pleasure of sitting down with Fitzgerald Hoochie. He has the deconstruct podcast which stumbled across about a week ago and I was I actually attracted to some of the titles before I, even listened I disliked what I was senior titles and have thought this guy was conscious. Did a little googling came across some of his videos? Listen to some of his podcast and I thought he'd be. A great guy to have on the show I. Thought We'd vibe pretty well. How you doing today Ma'am? I'm on it first and foremost by just that's. Region come feeling great today like little beforehand. I've been in a period of some deep constructive work with a couple of the folks really trust. Some Covenant Hewitt Pretty big today. I'm really excited to. Talk about cool, cool man well, thanks for coming on I appreciate it four audiences of the first time. We've ever met right here virtually. Screen through screen here, so we're just having a a candid conversation two brothers in pursuit here. Look. We actually started our podcast around the same time. Why don't you tell the audience a little bit about how you would describe yourself? And then she'll have some questions for you. Based upon some of the PODCAST I. Listen To do some things. I thought we could drive on absolutely well first and foremost I consider myself an emotional literacy educator. I run the deconstruct podcast, and a lot of that is focusing on addressing some of the overall societal myths that get impressed upon us from just the different rates of passage that we absorb their love things that teach us that we don't really understand or teach us so every week we take one of these larger societal teachings. We give some historical context. Break it down offer some new perspectives in the hopes of going through this journey of getting more free together piece spike. Organizing in the central Massachusetts area. We've been hosting a lot of protests and towns that have not seen protests and a very long time trying to organize mobilize of the big worldly changes taking place mod of the doing saying these small communities in the middle of Massachusetts have not been paying much attention to the Greeks and the pain. Go on across the United States. And we asked. Why are we out of the equation? So we've been organizing five or six different towns in the area coaching protests leads creating educational weekly identity calls and hosting the PODCAST, and the greater collective hope that we can start to transform the societal and cultural fabric of the central Massachusetts. It's very cool Rad. Good for you man it sounds like you're doing great work connected to your local community and trying to organize inspire, and the ignites change. That's really good man. Thank you so much. I was also attracted to the name your of your podcast deconstruct because something I similar concept. I think that I see a lot of my podcast is that we need to unlearn? Kind of deconstructing, but we had to unlearn because we learned so many wrong things growing up in today's society in this culture and we kind of learn these things we get to a point in. Our adult life at some point where we star realizing the things, we learned actually really not benefiting our souls, benefiting our growth or intellectual spiritual emotional growth. Benefiting us in our human connection to other people, and we learn a lot of separations like you're talking about in the community. What's around this country right now? There's so much separation. And allow, that is learned. Behavior passed down from their father Sir Grandfather's. May Be. So coming into a a sense of one thing you mentioned him on your podcast. Or maybe it was your speech you got a great speech called a comfortable evil that I saw online took a few little took a few little notes. Really appreciate a lot what you had to say there. Another thing that stood out to me was. You mentioned accountability. That's something I talk about almost every podcast. especially as men in this culture today, we really need to start having accountability. For our actions and taking accountability, and you talked about I think it was in relation to the black lives matter and the learned behavior of racism, and really starting to take accountability by and changing it, and so really appreciate that because again to me, accountability is a high spiritual virtue. That isn't. There's not a lot of emphasis on it in the world like we don't go around saying. Hey, I want to be accountable. But it really should be. It really should be one of those top things because when you're accountable, and you pursued that accountability and you take responsibility to change. Change Yourself you can really see progress in your own life, and the lives of others around you, and it takes courage it takes commitment to be accountable and talk a little bit about how you see What does it mean I think you? You talk about in a very small town, your rural area. You said there hasn't been a lot of protests there, probably a lot of complacency stagnation. What can the average person that time. What does it mean for them to take accountability in their life right well? A lot of ways of a small town light myself found comfort in very familiar ritholtz. Familiar expectations of every day looks like. and. At this point, you know people have been doing the same thing for so many times. They may be losing track of things that are slightly uncomfortable in day to day Bas- may may be losing track things that of regionally didn't make sense, but through the act of repetition, and through the act of repeated exposure just become normalized. So I think one of the most essential aspects of. Bringing a small town community to the point of me inclined ready for discussion about accountability. Is. Finding out what? Toxic aspects of culture have been normalized. because. Every person. has this like is like landing their skin? With the habits routines, thoughts the the way they interact, and as they practice that this film starts building.

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Houseplant Takeover with the RHS Gardening Podcast

On The Ledge

07:41 min | 2 years ago

Houseplant Takeover with the RHS Gardening Podcast

"Welcome to the gardening podcast house plan special. My Name's Matthew pottage and the curator of our chest Garden Weasley and. I absolutely love house plants. I think I mentioned him a few times. I'm here before and for very very special one off episode. I'm joined by. I want to call them the Queens of house plants and Swiss Bank from gardeners question time and Jane Perron from on the Ledge. And we're going to have a bit of key cow talking about houseplants so yeah this is the first of its kind. I going to call it a podcast swap. Jane ever to you I can you explain to us about on the ledge and how that's GonNa emerged with. The rich. Has podcast today. Well it's a wonderful opportunity to have our listeners. Listen to a podcast and my podcast is weekly. Pool cost per house plants that I've been making taking since February two thousand seventeen and it's basically just my excuse to talk about house plants because nobody else in my family's interested in God. I just decided to start a podcast to provide an outlet for my conversations and also just as a way of being able to email somebody and say. Did you want to have a chat with me about gives Mary and actually have a reason to do it. which is putting on the podcast? So it's just a personal passion that's turned into a bit of a an ongoing thing thing and I have great from here and he's also become a reunites community of listeners. Around the world just great. It's really really good. And and I mean I see you as a bit of a current trend in house plans now. But I mean you've been stalwart kind of a real champion of house plants for years but you know pulling faces the busiest because I started to grow them when I was very young. And obviously I think I've sort of became known ernest houseplant. Lady tonight because of being a whistle looking of previous glasshouses glasshouse supervisor and then subsequently going onto gardeners world when and Jeff Hamilton was the presenter going up to Rutland where he lived. He really wasn't interested in house and so he was really really happy for me to take that over and I guess that's where I really got the sort of title of House Plot Lady House Plant Queen so we are going to start our journey into house plants. I should do some homework and I can see. You've absolutely follow the requests. We've got some beautiful bits of plant material on the table and some very nice photographs on here. Yeah so can you tell me l.. Can we talk a bit about a plan. That inspires your interest into indoor plants. Hopefully we'll see some images of it or enjoy my one because this is just in the mind brain but the one that I wanted to talk about was in Mali. Doc Surgery as a kid and other if you remember they used to be. This is way back. You use those colored lights and they would let your light with your doctor would lie up would earn. And then you'd be called in you put number up and right next to that. was this huge Swiss cheese. Plan the monster delessio which is so trendy now but this was like back in the day this was late nineteen seventies antes and it was just huge and it was going everywhere and they're rare real roots all over the place and I don't think it probably got watered reported more than once in a blue moon but I just sitting there waiting waiting for my doctor's appointment looking at this plant and going. What is it that I come from? Why is that in here? Not Spark Fascination for me and it took require a few years to get my first Swiss cheese plant but it was something that sparked off that interest in indoor plants. And they seem to you when you do see them are ending waiting rooms James. I remember one in the hospital for my hometown. And because they would normally grow up trees on scaling up any kind of structure. They don't need massive pulse pop studio so they can get enormous plants with a small pot roots everywhere and as long as like a corner Selena to or something. Just keep going. And if they've got the ceiling room the leaves get bigger AK- bigger and bigger and I do wonder what not to do with a lot of people who are buying these plans now. And they're buying them as dinky little two foot tall have any conception of what what they're letting themselves in for if they have this plan long-term because they can get monstrously large which is wonderful testing grace about plants. Though isn't it you get the small cutting or you get the small planet. That's just come in fresh. And it's the character that it forms grows older that really fascinates me Aneka so character for how about you. What was your elementary or inspired? Hold on back in the sixties. When I started to collect house falls at dusk us make me sound very old doesn't it? Most of them came to me. As small pieces of succulents CACTI Pelayo names busy leases from other people's Window Sills All they would hand me plants that they had bought an had nearly died. And that's how will my plants came to me so I would get brought along a picture of the candle handle cactus and you can see where it's called the candle cactus because it SORTA got all these candlelight sections it's the plant I still keep now is not Severi Pucci plant. It grows in the winter and my family along the plant we have and they always get it down at Christmas time from my window sill. Because it's very celebration debray shree it produces little flowers on long stalks to like grandson'll and they turned into dandelions. Who is maybe thirty says to me? We need to get the Dan Dhillon plant down waving stunned lines so it's like a Christmas decoration that has to come down in the middle of winter and joins us in the sitting room for a few weeks peaks than it has to go back upstairs again so it's still grow it that to me. It takes me right back things like the Mexican hat ply. They were the social approach. Things that circulated because we didn't have many places to go and Bali them in a funny sort of way garden centers or mass hadn't been invented back then. It was florist shops and private collections. So trying to cast my mind back to early memory. I spent a lot of time with my grandma. If you had a big collection of Palestinians and I was never as a kid taken by lot's of smelly leaves and all red and pink flowers. She grew them for the flowers. They're just wearing very appealing to me but I do remember this higher shelf in her. Greenhouse with these CACTI on and there's one acti- that particular drawn to I thought completely different from all the others and eventually years down the line when she passed away managed to get hold of this cactus which identified as fellow actors. M Roy I am always reminded me of it wasn't in a very good state was nearly brown all the way up and eventually I lost are still quite young kid at the time but then I came across a few years ago and a garden centre it was just in a mixed cactus trae. I was so delighted to see it again and I thought I will have that for my office window so that work because it was grandma. Got Me into plants and that will just be a little bit of my childhood memory. So I wasn't going to bring on the chew because it's quite fierce thing. There's an image talk show you've seen them before but that lovely red spine and quite a Bluey grey body to it. I prefer succulent CACTI in not into CACTI tableau of masses of smaller spines but something like that with the big fat red spines are quite sparse. I just find that quite fficials things. Yeah ed I mean you only need to like walk into a couple of times and I mean my mom would never want to the in house when I was younger. The grandmas because North People have net curtains everywhere. Of course terrible terrible problems with the nets it stuck on

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"pucci" Discussed on Sensible People

Sensible People

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"pucci" Discussed on Sensible People

"I'm sure a lot of those comments or just random people that follow him so funny. Speaking of stupid something tipped you off. No but my buddy. Rick pucci who rick has called and remember when we did the dog on ricucci he also came to our live show with us afterwards good guy. He told me the other day. I was sitting with him and he goes. Do you know that on my wedding night. I wore a diaper. And i looked at him. I said no you. Didn't he goes. Yes i did and he tells me this story that he was so nervous on his wedding night that he was going to have diarrhea because i guess he is chronic diarrhea. This whole us. So i was so nervous at the altar would shit myself or if i had to pee in somebody was talking to go to the bathroom so he wore fucking pens on his so called the problem. Who by the way you could make a profit out of. Not he could not see it through his fucking pants right. Little how uncomfortable. I asked him like. did you use it. And he said no. He's like no. I went to the bathroom. You know took it off and stuff shit right in his wedding. What i'm thinking is like you know typically you have sex with your newlywed on your wedding night. She goes to fucking take his pants off and he's wearing a part of it was dirty so on the night of your wedding life. Do you guys shower before you get a business. I was so drunk. You just curry. Yeah so he would zapper. Why would you shower. Gives a online your.

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Derby d'Italia Preview

ESPN FC

11:10 min | 2 years ago

Derby d'Italia Preview

"Hello welcome to the show. The Italian peninsula is pulsating at the prospect of the the Italian. I described the anticipation level. Here is above average shackling shocks. The only major daily Steve Nickel Craig Burley Guide Makoni is with US too. He is certainly quaking at the prospect of you venter's against Inter. We can see they are the top two teams in in Syria. After six games into perfect with six wins out of six events is just the two points behind them. The automakers actually actually make it into slight favorites to win this at home. You've into sit close to two to one for the win just over two to one on the draw gap. Let's start with you. It's always a massive game but many are calling this the biggest WTI Italia in close to a decade why simply because it's really the first time in close to a decade that that interacts legitimate contenders they've won every game name thus far in they're coming off a Champions League week where they went to the camp now in Barcelona and for more than an hour they play really really well and then perhaps had a dip at the end and so all these factors together coupled with all the all the subjects here obviously you've got doggone thing and Bep in Mata going back to take on to take on new Venice. You've got you know geico go dean against skips. Ronaldo renewing old rivalries there. You've got show many things going on on the side as well. I think there is a sense that the people are ready after so many years of vendors dominance for for somebody to go and deliver the title and it would be quite a story if it were who does it contain against Syria sorry of course gap the battle of the recently deposed Chelsea coaching say. Let's let's get to the teams that you expect to see out there. GAP STARTS OUT WITH INTER-WAR. What is it starting eleven and we look at blue collar. Who Missing Out in mid week? He's should be fit again so he's up front. There's no Alexis Sanchez who suspended of course foolish suspended I might add highly would've started anyway Dombrowski of coming in on the right wing Mozart elite for beyond that it's really interest- best eleven recenter backs and really explosive midfield led by Stefan with and Brockovich rough and what about event is Gab. Renaldo is starting to click yeah some debate about whether it's developed Renaldo whether it's GonNa be Wayne and who Seattle upfront some debate over the formation I should do. There's a lot more than certainty here which weird when you think society team we know that his best eleven we'll have douglas on the wing and that that four three three with church turns before for two off the ball but there is no douglas costs are so the thinking is we're going to see somebody in the whole it could be Aaron Ramsey. We will the Aaron Ramsey it could be. There's also the option of been lining up as sort of the third man in that three prong attack in midfield. Probably what what right now you would say three and ambulatory continued to write back in part because the show and then levels out in part because he's done a pretty decent job there and obviously community but we know that he's not gonna be back until the new year so it's partnering Pucci Delicious Delicious Prospect. Isn't it great big one for Ramsey's relatively house played the GOP said they'd give teams a bit more hard to gauge because Sarah has changed around and they have a big squad but as another market down for inter who started this season fantastic well okay had a big challenge in mid week which the the Ba- lost whoo certainly won't disgraced and the debt of CIANCI's against the US side who haven't quite had the straps yet. I think gobs mentioned this before. I think one of the big things enter is not just the fact that they've got. Some new faces in the playing field is the fact that Antonio Conte has given the funds hope as well and you know. Here's is a guy that goes to ut lingering around seventh previous even towns around it goes to Chelsea has a has a bad star tones it round that season they went new league and to get off the six games in the League of Women Star. I think giving everybody a and rightly so I'll look forward to but the two biggies is tested all coming within four or five days and then you know got good gauge of where enter our by by Sunday night I coming off that loss against since Barcelona as well I I'm interested to see coney goes both because of the Madrid in bothell on an yes they played well for no doubt shed but ultimately law is he going to try and set trying to save some energy because they they gave me or will he try and take advantage of the modern pop because it's five against four my opinion of safely we three you. You know sorry one which which we did. He go accompanied my mind up whether he goes on the front foot or whether it goes conservative. Yep You get the sense out there. Slow Start Conventis is starting to enjoy full now and Maurizio. Sorry starting to figure things out as you'd expect. This event is a still you've enters the daytime daytime defending champions for for a reason. I still think that this is you've enters. That hasn't hit full stride just yet. I feel they can go up a game or two and I act who is coming would be playing seemingly for the long term now. I don't think he's found his confidence either. Just yet alongside Baluchi intend to catch a new Venice. This is about as good a time. No parental yeah to get something out of it. I can key players Craig fee. Oh you who stands out on either side of the ball who the potential gain decide his sentence. He's playing Brnovich. Didn't the hard graft in the middle of the macaca could come back in the game. You know mind united we were critical as GONNA show up in a real big games. They don't come much bigger than this. He didn't play mid week so so he's he's. He's fresh off blocking the site so he'd be a big shot mentioned from you have a lane how does young Honduras partnership with Benicio Gab. I wonder mental block. Perhaps for into the get over here. They've only beaten you've inches one time in the last thirteen in Syria. I don't think so we look I mean have a whole lot of issues mental and otherwise have had over the last decade but you know I'm not a believer in those statistics. I don't see how it's relevant. What happened eight games ago ten games ago when it was different players? It was a different manager different manager on the on the you've aside as well of course obviously when you're when you ain't that it does feel as if you you're kind of always climbing a mountain. It's a very Sisyphean pursuit if you will but that's add any dog team especially in the first six months months what they're never lacking is mentality so. I don't think that's going to be an issue in issue for them at all. I think give this game this game. I don't think it's going to be won or lost by mind games or whatever this game is going to be won or lost either either tactically if one of these two teams and weirdly Qaddafi who's the one who's perhaps more likely to throw a curve ball and change things up rather than Cold Day. One there or it's going to be won by individuals because you've got some tremendous game changing individuals on the page from from merely Ghannage to China Rinaldo obviously to as as we heard from Craig the likes Consi Louder Martinez whose looked sharp and maybe lukaku offers a different type of challenge stevie could possibly be a game decided by which defense plays better the the defense has been spectacular. They've conceded feed. No there's only one mistakes in my head as could game could be decided by Rinaldo. Yeah I mean the truth is I'm listening in right now. This could be a good thing to play event. Remember l'ennemi vent is no last couple seasons regardless of the monitor players have we sat and watched little about how the moving the ball well decree logic get the feeling that was more event as it never played. GUETTA fought to get resolved. They always get when at my house most. There's one team and there's one. Guy Renaldo who comes up trump scored in both games at the San Sierra last season prediction timeshare. which way do you see this going? I in and to get the job done. You know I think we've seen enough from into suggests that and as I said on a standby this is as good time as any to to catch Venice. I think to get three points. Golden Lost Zero sorry at the wrong country park for that aw just particularly say come on it was nothing to do with. We talked about insurance. There's nothing to be by defendant grip pace in the bowl from massey the touch from Suarez just go finish one of those things it wasn't all over the place yes they had to defend but they were beaten by couple of Grit Gold folks and I think that gives them heartful game because the well I'm GonNa go for an intimate on win and another Markelle Dome for them in the League to who they're going to be a Hatcher Kuni. Event is don't lose. Don't lose so you're saying say saying juice. Hugh had junior bets into we've all event is always come up trumps. You County back against him in a big game blue gabby. You get you get the casting vote here. What's going to happen diplomatically. Sit on the fence here. See something I think into draw points for the first time in the season. I'm going to go with with a high scoring hiring draw to to something like that. Maybe even more I know you wouldn't normally think so. Look at city is a game. It's going to be tight but I think there are enough off individuals out there and you know this is still Saturday's. You've and I could see a game with practically different outcome but along the same lines of what we saw when they played Napoli so basically gobbled says you won't lose that'd be Eddie can place for the girls rose for a high scoring draw the rest of the Syria fixtures on Saturday and Sunday looking like this

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"pucci" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

12:07 min | 3 years ago

"pucci" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Food yeah Helu Nico Patil who Komarno Pucci but sharpening knives released Wednesday by resident they.

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"pucci" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"pucci" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Have grown man license but I'm not like Steve moved here Beto junior coming in here with your hat on backwards the only missing is your skateboard I've always had a very youthful appearance I've hung out with younger people and I'm not harming anyone sitting here with my hat on backwards I'm not and no one's going to get in trouble no one's being betrayed I'm just minding my own business and I happen to enjoy wearing my hat backwards as I've done for most of my adult life you're too old you look silly for somebody that has such hot takes on politics and hot takes on referendums if you walk in here looking like Pucci from that episode of The Simpsons he also Moroccan dog your humiliating yourself now you also been on me for years though saying that I'm too old to go to you what he called college bars is that right that's what you call them from society rules here now that we're on the subject now that the cat's out of the bag lets go by the way I put a picture of your hat on backwards on our social media earlier today it's on Instagram Facebook Twitter at hammer and Nigel people loved it did they Daniel on Facebook I call them backwards hat dad to have never got past their high school glory days they were tapped out or affliction shirt on backwards Nancy I don't mind the hat but what does he have to yell so much Randall I wore my hat like that in nineteen seventy I was twelve years old in the Boy Scouts he looks like dizzy kid from ace Ventura you're you're you're like trouble to since the stuff you're.

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"pucci" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"pucci" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"They have over three thousand licensed, therapists across the United States. These licensed professionals specialize in depression anger. Family conflict anxiety. Insomnia trauma grief. They cover every. Everything now pet life radio has a special discount for you. You'll save ten percent off your first month with the discount code pet life. Go ahead and connect with better, health dot com and start making your life, even that much better the latest in Hollywood hill about Irish centers. Find out who's been spotted with spot with their shell and shopping Gucci with their Pucci. All the latest elaborately patter pattern here. Let's talk pets. He their parents. This is Kristie von, host of the doggy debt, and I have a lovely activity and sweet treats and Smer for you today. We'll be right back after these messages from our sponsors. We'll be right back right after these messages. Stay tuned. People say, less is more at red barn. We think less is better. It's what you won't find that sets are natural premium pet food apart. No byproducts. No corn. Or soy, no fillers? Just a natural ingredients your pets need to live the healthy life. They deserve. Look at the label we want you to read bar naturals petfood, simply the best. Find it in your local pet specialty store. Giac grain free Rhode food it's protein packed with less risk of food sensitivity. Let's talk pets on pet life radio dot com. Welcome some pet life radio like it or not, it is that time of year when everyone goes Gaga over roses chocolates, had he bears and jewellery and whatever else you can think of now, if you haven't thought about plans for this fast approaching hallmark holiday than have no fear, because I'm going to help you put together a plan that incorporates your one true love, which is your dog. Of course. Now, let's be real most of us greet our dogs before significant others. Right. We talked to them in special voices, and if you don't you're lying, and you even spoon at night to keep warm. Right. So as you're nodding, your head yes, you're starting to think about, including your sweetheart and your day plans..

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"pucci" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"pucci" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"The wrong test short. Unfortunately, that is possible, but I will do my best to help guide you and use your. Finances wisely because at the end of the day, we all want the same thing we want your pet to fuel better. We want your pet to feel healthy and we want to guide and advise you the right way clear, information after passing Garth. Thank you so much for joining us again today on ER vet on pet lake radio. Well that brings us to the end of today's show. Find me at Dr Justin Lee dot com on Facebook at Dr desk, keenly, and you can find Garrett on his Facebook page under Dr Garrick happening are to and Email me any of your pet questions. Dr just teen at pet life radio dot com with that we're out of time, and we want to thank our guest, Dr air passenger, and Mark winter, our producer for making the show possible. See what the next episode. Let's talk this every week on demand only on headlight radio dot com. Who the latest trendsetters saw in Hollywood hill about Nyeri centers. Find out who's spotted with spot with their gel and shopping for Gucci with their Pucci. Fun all the latest patter right here at life. Let's talk pets. Welcome to get positive results on life radio. I'm your host Cody Anderson. Have you ever had a trainer come to your home? Maybe you had a problem with your dog that I was jumping or dragging down the street or had threatened to become aggressive or had become aggressive with your family members or guests to your home and the trainer said, we need to institute, the good management program. Well today, I'm promoting you to management now. Management is not the sexiest term in dog trading. Lingo, it's not something that people always aspire to. Oh, I wish that I could still really good management plan in my household for my dog's behavior problem. That's not exactly the reception we get when we talk about being plans, but they're so so important. And I'm gonna tell you why when we come back. So stay tuned to.

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"pucci" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"pucci" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"pucci" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"pucci" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Do. Got this from Kerry? Asking if I should try new look I'm thinking of getting a black chucker hat to wear backwards. Maybe even a little bit of hair coming out of that front thing. Just a real lazy? You know? But like, then I don't have to do my hair on the weekends. Just put my hat on them kids. Like why that too cool cabs and Instagram this from carry good dog backwards cap? It's to try hard to know from me dog. Randy jackson. Dogs. All I can think this Pucci the rocking dog. This character from the Simpsons he was within the itchy and scratchy show, and then carry goes on to say, and here is what Steve would sound like if he voiced the character. Rough rough I'm g the Rockin dog. I'm clue you may remember me. From such cartoon says Christmas eight band Christmas Abe goes to summer camp. It's the Graham, Steve you're Easter post was lovely. However, the grammar police are always on duty important for you to know that no apostrophe is needed in Patterson's because it's not possessive, plural. Erkel? It's like people who it is. A tricky one is. Yeah. Yeah. But if it's possessive normally there's an apostrophe. Apostrophe S headphones, but for it. There's no apostrophe. I mean who will get Cape up with all the rules, right? It's a tough place for us. Now, you've.

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"pucci" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"pucci" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Perfect. Both. Thank you so much for giving us time today to talk. It was wonderful speak with you and continued success with everything you do. Thank you. Thanks. Oh. Enter might cover dot info at bowdoin care dot com. Then me picture perfect. Thank you. Bo. Thank you. And thank you all for listening. Thanks to our producer. Mark winter who makes the sound like geniuses. Thank you, Mark. My passion is living stylishly an animal rescue the tune in next time to discover the designers, home decor style and rescue stories. I love and don't forget to visit me at Barkan flagger dot com. We will find grace fashioned shelter stories and more. So until next time when fierce fashion calls bark and swagger, let's talk pets every week on demand only on pet life radio dot com. Who the latest trendsetter saw Hollywood about fiery centers? Find out who's been spotted with spot Chow Chow and shopping for Gucci with their Pucci. The latest celebrity pets. Life. Let's talk pets. Hi, everybody. My name is Brennan water. Alive. Again, we're back to the little risk in there for awhile. And now, we're Mack strong. And in your face with news stories about afterlife and guidance to.

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"pucci" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"pucci" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"With Chow and shopping for Gucci with their Pucci fun all the latest celebrity pen pattern here. Let's talk pets. What's up everybody? It is Anthony Ray and Rudy v from groomer humor on pet life radio, and we are super excited right now as we speak. We are walking in to the world dog expo twenty eighteen in Secaucus, New Jersey. And it was about a twenty minute drive up. We live pretty local and before we enter I just wanna take a second to make sure that my father is. Okay. I know you probably have to it was a long twenty minute ride holding up before we walk in not too good. I do have to go. It figures I can see I could see doing the dance already. I also I forgot to incorporate the five minutes that it took to walk from the car. So you're probably bursting there's a lot of dogs around you want to just pick a tree about to pull up a tree on your. Let's get in there because I gotta go. I'm nervous a little nervous. I'm a little excited and with the long twenty minute ride. Yeah. My bladders bursting. Well, okay. Well, my dad's gonna pick a tree he's going to blend right in any way. Because there are tons of dogs here. We haven't even gotten inside yet. And we've already seen about fifty of them. So we're going to get in there. Get my dad situated, and we are going to be talking to some great people today. We got Sarah Carson, shorty Rossi and tons other. So guys, stay tuned. This is be really really fun. We're super excited. We'll be right back after this. Does your dog? It's scratch stink or shed like crazy come to Diabate for help. Order a ninety day supply of dynamite. Everything we tried failed except the Dinah vice pickup two bottles of supromega fish oil. Get the third bottle free packed with mega three DHA and EPA fatty acids. Supromega is great for your dog's immune system, healthy skin and soft shiny fur dogs. Love it. Try supromega fish oil by to get one free at dinovite dot com. I N O V. I T E dot com..

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"pucci" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"pucci" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"He's edgy. He's in your face. You've heard the expression. Let's get busy. Well, this is a dog who gets busy day consistently and thoroughly so he's proactive. Oh god. Yes. We're talking about a totally outrageous paradigm, excuse me. But proactive and paradigm aren't these just buzzwords that dumb people use to sound important? Not that I'm accusing you of anything like that. I'm fired aren't I? Oh, yes. The rest of the U writers start thinking up a name for this funky dog. I don't know something along the lines of say Pucci only more proactive. So Pucci okay with everybody. Yeah. It's good got into this stage. Bill oakley. Let's. You guys know in love girl, obviously, you wouldn't be spending your weekends like this. We didn't know who he is. You have to just you just got to. Hopper bits and metaphor for life. Up everybody. Bill. Thank you so much. You do in the podcast. I want to say one thing about that clip before we all forget it. You know, how at the end when the character playing me says, yes, so Puccio caver everybody, and the writers there's one guy at the end of the table. Who is our Steve Tompkins who is a writer for this Simpson's. And that character's voice goes. Yeah. Yeah. You know is good. We've used that every single day on every show we've ever worked on including disenchantment where someone asks does everybody like this? And then someone always go. Yeah. Yeah. You You know, know, it's. it's it's time for lunch or whatever, you know. I love those room work. So I just wanted to I wanted to say that. Now, we move on. I I love that. I thought very second that you were referring to that audio clip that you just cut and paste that into different episodes of things that you do like it was your Wilhem scream. Now, we say real life all the time. And it really it really. Just means. I'd already carry. It's just time for lunch. Let's move on. I love it. So it's nice to know that even the people that worked on the Simpsons used Simpson's quotes and everything. Like that is kind of everyone care like that's kind of half say are just Simpson's quote. So we don't use the ones that I think that you guys use like, okay? I really think we'd fight this early. But okay, I personally, and my wife we always use. That's really more of a weekend thing Ray. That one one. Thank you that one. I mean, really that's probably said more than any other one in my house. And anyway, they're not they're not the common ones are the ones that really struck a chord with us like that must be nice. People didn't laugh at them at the time or really this evening. But there. But they strike they struck a chord with us. Absolutely. So we have a couple more clips just to kind of get us into the evening specific to you Bill. Obviously, we're in an age where we can now follow people who work on shows that we love when we get to kind of see what they're doing after their latest creative endeavors or maybe just at the same time. One of the most amazing things that has come out of the internet. I think are your food review videos. We're giving up the hack reviews, it's truly the Simpsons food. I really appreciate this. I could talk about those all night. I don't care about Simpson's. I'd be happy happy with that. And you guys have seen them at our familiar with them means the world to. I am totally delated. And it's also the reason you have what you have thanked to thank for those who've reviews is net. Flicks. Not leaving us unemployed for a year. Season to season three and giving me an immense amount of free time to work on a food reviews for no money. Well, I'm and I apologize. If you've said this to so many media outlets already but woke us through. What was the origin story of why you decided to embark on this journey in your life? I'm going to give you the really short version because nobody's ever laughed at the true. Real long version. It has been basically a few years ago. I really went off on McDonald's on Twitter one night because I thought that the breakfast all they breakfast was the stupidest idea for for rejuvenating the restaurant, but people loved it..

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"pucci" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

15:18 min | 3 years ago

"pucci" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Gucci with their Pucci. All the latest celebrity pattern here. Let's talk pets. Welcome back. If you just tuned in we have a bona fide champion in the house today. We're joined by Olympic figure skating, champion and fashion and lifestyle. Correspondent Carolyn pins. The, hey Tara. Hi, how are you? Good. How you doing? I'm doing well rate. So before we talk Olympics or national dog show or anything we have to talk wedding. Congratulations. Yes. We do. Thank you. You're welcome for anyone who doesn't know. Power recently, married. Tv producer Todd couple staffy. Did I say it, right? Yeah. That's good. Auburn left name. Let me okay. They may. I mean, I saw the photos and people magazine it looked like a magical wedding para, really beautiful. It really was just special day. It was much planning the wedding. And then just the week of having all your friends there your family there. And getting celebrate our love was pretty magical. Absolutely. Also, the story of how you guys met was so cool. Really? So fairy tale, would you share it? All right. Sure. So I was on presenting on behalf of NBC at the sports on and two thousand fifteen and I walked up on stage and presented one of the EMMY too hot one several that night, and there's actually a picture of us in that moment, which is pretty crazy. But I speak to him that night. I remember meeting him does. And he he went home. And you know, he's talking with his parents, and they were saying like, oh my goodness. Like, did you know that your and presenting no care? And you should say something, and somehow I found out and put it in through Email together. So a lot has the lineup. You know for me to be there that night for him to randomly take a vacation to Cleveland to see his parents afterwards. And for that conversation to happen that I guess it was meant to be so meant to be so meant to be the universe aligned everything, which is really. I got lucky on that one. Yeah. And you guys I mean, did you seriously go to Thailand, Vietnam, all over Italy and Greece for your honeymoon? Yes. We plan to very long honeymoon just says we thought at this point in our lives. It's a good time to really travel and not just maybe in the future take vacations, or when we have kids, you know, Disney. For a while. And we wanted to see the world together, I've traveled quite a bit. But unfortunately, most of my travel always revolved around work, and skating and competing. So I never really had a chance to be a torrent and either world and over the last few years, it's been one of my passions travel, and it just inspires me. And it is something that I love so much. So we thought that the hunting mid would be a great time for us to say, okay. Let's cram some working before the wedding and feel like we can take a good break and take this month and travel all over, and we saw incredible places and met amazing people and went to Thailand, Vietnam and Maldives, and you know, Italy, Greece. So we're now. Instagram. The Instagram pictures were amazing. I mean, this is like the ultimate honeymoon. Incredible. Okay. So I'm going to ask you like a couple of free association, honeymoon stuff favorite places, logging for sure this is bringing to the honeymoon. There is nothing quite like it. You know, you travel Oliver, and you go to beautiful beaches, but the Indian Ocean, and it was our very first stop right after the wedding. So we have so many great memories there, and we've really enjoyed our time there. Okay. Favorite foods on the honeymoon favorite foods, definitely Italy pieces where past. No. You can eat your way. Yes. So pasta every night in Italy. And there were times I did pasta elsewhere as well. But obviously Italy is probably our favorite memories for meals Diddy. You had the most fun shopping in and it could be one of them in Italy. But you never know. What's funny is I didn't shop at all. Oh, wow. Okay. One time we were doing tours and just walking around the city and eating. We eat a lot. For some reason, I realized that when I got home, and I was like I really didn't shop they picked up you Steven Aarons here and there, but I never actually at a shopping day. It's always danger danger for me, I would have found like something in every stop. But you know, my passion, my down home from Switzerland. Few days and went to some fun chocolate factories, which I talked to go for twelve year old. But I thoroughly enjoyed myself, and I made some chocolate, and we saw there's my reason our our kitchen cabinet right now. That's great. That's great. Okay. I'm happy. Now. Let's talk sport. Anyone who gets the Olympics starts out pretty young works, incredibly hard. But you managed to win. Gold is the youngest athlete not only in sticker skating, but in any discipline and you were fourteen right. I was fourteen to win my first world championships and national championship. So I was very young. And then obviously the next year. I was fifteen when I won the Olympics. And it was a bit of a whirlwind. But at the time, you know, I dedicated my entire life as I knew it three years old on to figure skating and spending my life in a rink. So all of the things that were coming true. You know, I it felt like magic. Wow. And what was the typical day like for you at that time? I mean, it depended on the time here he had when I was living in Texas for a while when my parents had to move for my dad's job, we had to stay out of the Galleria mall, and they didn't have a lot of ice time for figure skaters so at three AM, I would be stepping on the ice skating from three until about eight and then doing a school and then getting afterwards, and then later on when it was, you know, much closer to the time when I was winning nationals and Olympics and world we were living in Detroit and beautiful training center. So there a lot more I signed, and they made it much easier on the skaters to train and pursue their dreams. At that point. I was dating you know, from and in the morning till four at night and off ice training and ballet, and then, you know, we come home and. Have to go to school. So that was the jampacked day back then. Oh my God. Yeah. And for somebody that young it's that's not easy. Even if you're passionate you started out roller skating like Johnny did. Right. I did I started roller skating, and I was three years old, and it was author fun. It was for free care bear with my girlfriend at the time. So our parents took us there. All started. And then in fine credit said, you know, after twenty two lesson or something crazy like that. And then I was at the time. I started skating. Wow. Wow. So you you knew you wanted to escape seriously figure skates seriously from three years old or so well, not seriously. I mean, I think I felt that I love my sports so much and that it was more of a social activity, then and I really enjoyed going to the rink with my friends, and when I was a little girl, they would you so many shows anywhere dressed up. And I love my coaches, and it was more of a second family for me wasn't much of sports, and it didn't feel like work, and, but I was progressing, and then I started competing and roller skating, and then I tried ice skating at the same time. And then, you know, probably by the sexes. When I knew like, oh, this is a little bit of a, you know, like, it's work. And it's something that I love. So much and I have dreams now. And you know, I watched the one backs, and I had seen other theaters at the rank that I admired, and you know, I set those goals, obviously from such a young age starting at six years old. I knew okay, I'm going to dedicate my time to this. And you know, when you're that young. You don't really know what that means? And as you get older realize, how far you really wanna take this and how much you wanna sacrifice and give up and it always felt the same for me. I always wanted to go into the rank every day. I've wanted to train I wanted to get better. I wanted to events and I definitely wanted to become an Olympian. That was the biggest dream. I had had. Yeah. And you have to have that passion. Right. And obviously the talent and the support system, and I wanna talk to you about that for a second. I'm going to get a bit sentimental now. But I watched the video Todd put together for you that was shown at your wedding. And it was so so beautiful, Tara and. No, you're welcome. And as a mother to a grown daughter myself, the part about your relationship with your mom, Pat. Especially struck me. She must have been your rock during this time that you know, was more and more exciting. But also and training the years of training and competing. Can you talk a bit about how your mom was there for you? And the kind of relationship that you have. Yes, my mom is my best friend, and she's she's always been my rock and always been the person that I go to to fix my problems and help me get through difficult situations and celebrate all of the victories, and and the great moments in life. And I think that you know, that started at a young age, and we created the bond from being in this. You know, unique sports, and he was the person that gave me the pep talks and supported me and taught me how to work hard. And was there for every fall? And was also there when hard work paid off. So that gold medal is is hurt. Oh, it was really beautiful. You know, if anybody listening wants to watch this video it's so worth while to watch and the link to it is in Tara's Instagram account entire you wanna tell them what your Instagram handle is. So people can see it. Yes. It's just my name's Lipinski. Perfect easy easy. Let's talk tower Johnny escapades from healthier. Yeah. Because there's lots of them. From helping football player. Danny Jones, choose the right bathing suit for Rio, which by the way was hilarious to donning matching outfits for the derby. Which was amazing you and Johnny are definitely the dynamic fashion duo hands down. How would you describe your fashion taste and how they complement each other? And how they differ. I would say that we both love dressing up for you know, our day jobs. We really enjoy matching and sort of putting on a show for the audience. I think our styles different a bit Johnny will wear anything. He has such a strong sense of what he loves and what he wants to wear what he sees himself that day. I feel like my fashion sensibility is probably a little bit different. But I think that's the great part of our partnership and the team that we are is that we we have our own personalities, but we're best friends, and we have a lot in common and share a lot with our audience from our sport or from the Kentucky Derby, and we try to take them into what that have been is really like and a half done with it from a very sort of fresh perspective, which you know, I think is what everybody loves so much about you guys. So it's a lot of fun to watch the two of you ask BFF's Johnny help you choose clothes. Do you? Go shopping together. We don't usually go shopping together unless we're on trips. We do live on the opposite sides of the coast, which is sometimes difficult and challenging and I miss him very much and he's on the east coast, and I'm on the west coast. But you know, we're away day in Rio during the Olympics, and we have off time we definitely love to go shopping together. And I think I know what he likes and he knows what I like. And. We're good shopping inmates as well. Very cool. So what was the most outrageous outfit you ever wore? And for what outrageous out? I mean. I don't think I've ever really warrant anything. Outrageous. I feel at the Kentucky Derby, we pick it up a notch. Probably all of my Kentucky Derby, I'll would be the most outrageous articles of clothing that I've ever worn other than that. I I do sick to sort of my true sense of self and what I would wear if I'm going to an event with friends and make sure that it's appropriate for the event that I'm at and and pretty good with that. I do enjoy that too so much, but I don't know if I ever go to crazy. That's not my style. Johnny. Does it enough for the two of you, right? He's yeah. He's the star. Let them let you both on. But. He's the one who takes it. All. Right that. Yeah. He's star of crazy fun fashion and see some so well absolutely agreed though. Let's talk dogs. You both. Our big dog lovers. You have a black footed retriever named Dublin who's beautiful, by the way. How would you describe him? He is just my bundle of joy, he is my baby hot. And I feel like we have a child with him. He is a lot of work. He's Verda if they call read the Peter Pan of dogs, and it's so true because w just never grows up, and he's a puppy every day all day and. A lot of mischief, but he's so lovable loyal. He's such a good snugly. Even though he's you know, a hundred pounds. He's the light of our lives. We miss him so much on the honeymoon. We just all we asked where we're videos, and he's he's such a big personality. Oh that is wonderful. I've seen some of the some of your Instagram post things with him are super super sweet the recent one where you're like hugging him, and you know, something. He's home now where he's supposed to do. Oh, yeah. Yeah. It was really really sweet. So you guys you and Johnny are once again going to be correspondents at the national dog show. I from Dublin's perspective because you guys are so close what's the best tip? He's given you for co corresponding the national dog show. Oh, this is a good one. I mean, Dublin is not shy. And he just owns his personality. He's always sort of. He does this thing which we love his ruse. We call it ruins because he's very vocal though. I feel like that Lynnwood..

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