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Live updates: Governor: 'Colossal losses' in Ukrainian city
"The governor of China he has said that Russian bombardments of the Ukrainian city has led to colossal loss and destruction shall spring out in the background as rescue workers from its through the remains of a multi story building hit by Russian selling parts of the building was reduced to a pile of masculine concretes rescuers pull out the dead body of a woman cries in the background the body belongs to a family of five who were killed in the strike two adults and twelve year old girl and three year old twins you Canadian authorities also said that ten people were killed and turn the heat while standing in line for preds Russia has denied involvement the governor also said civilians were hiding in basements and shelters without access to utilities the city of two hundred and eighty thousand people China heave which is close to the borders with Belarus and Russia was one of the finest cities to come under attack when the Russian invasion of Ukraine began on Karen Thomas
Boston-Area Catholic Priest Found Guilty of Child Abuse, Banned From Priesthood
"Now. News of the godly catholic priest who formerly led parishes in the boston area has been barred from public ministry. After an ecclesiastical panel found him guilty of sexually abusing a minor in the nineteen sixties. According to the archdiocese of boston it confirmed the resolution of the case involving reverend paul mclaughlin. It said mclaughlin. Ninety one had been found guilty of child abuse and his sentence has been affirmed by the vatican his sentence. Four years in no live a life of prayer and penance. Ouch that smarts. In the light of that sentence the archdiocese said mclaughlin who currently lives in california. Well let's get the lapd check is a social media. No he's barred from exercising any public ministry including celebrating masses edition. He may not provide spiritual direction may not wear clerical attire and cannot function as a cleric quote he is to live in contemplation of his sins and pray for all of those affected by his conduct said the archdiocese the globe. The boston globe reported in february two thousand three that three men. The prior year had come forward to accuse mclaughlin of abusing them in the nineteen sixties in september two thousand and one is placed on administrative leave following an allegation of use abuse reported to have occurred in late nineteen sixties with a minor. One man said mcglaughlin. I'm not gonna read that one. You can imagine it. When he was eleven or twelve years old he was also accused in a separate lawsuit of abusing a boy at least ten times from nineteen sixty seven to nineteen sixty nine. The boy was a ten.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
LA Unified to Force Kids to Get Vaccinated
"L. a. unify the la unified school district to meet thursday. That's today over. Kovic vaccine mandate for students approval. Likely what does that mean. What agent above twelve. So ladies and gentlemen if you are in the la unified school district and you vaccinate your twelve year old You're doing something deeply irresponsible just to keep your kid in the despicable corrupt school that your kid goes to anyway so you have a double whammy you might be. I'm not saying you are. You might be hurting your child. You're certainly not helping your child ba- far better if your child ninety nine point nine percent of the time got covert and natural antibodies. The number of children dying from covert is infinitesimally small smaller than the flu. Yet they are telling you you must give your child vaccine and you will do it because it is so much easier to send your kid to school than not to and i get it it is. It's a lot easier to send your kid to school so even though they will corrupt your child rob your childhood innocence. Teach your child to hate everything you stand for. Teach them to hate this country. Teach them a godless curriculum and produce a worse. Human being who has nothing and now has to have an inoculation vaccination at twelve. You will still send your kid there when there is a beautiful loving wonderful option not to send your child to school to send your child to a school that does not require this and does not teach america hatred or to home school. Your child
Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
The Inspiring Story of Margaret E. Knight
"So margaret louise night. She was a prolific american inventor of machines and mechanisms for a variety of industrial everyday purposes. Margaret was nicknamed maddie mit. She lived with her widowed mother and older brothers. Charlie and jim in a little house in york maine. she was born in eighteen. Thirty eight by the way so after her father passed away mattie had inherited his toolbox and she liked to think of things that could be made with these tools and she drew them in a little notebook that she labeled my inventions. Mattie demonstrated knack for tools and mentioned from an early age making toys kites sleds and household items in as little girl. She preferred to play with woodworking tools. Instead of dolls saying that quote the only thing she wanted whereas a jack knife gimblett and pieces of wood. She knew she wanted good for her so when she was eleven. Maddie's finley moved to manchester new hampshire to work in the textile mills there and so matty was going to continue going to school only going so far as a complete her elementary school education and she got to know the head engineer there while wandering around the grounds after school waiting for her family to be done with their like fourteen to eighteen hour shifts. Sure textile mills. Yeah including like her twelve year old brother and fourteen so at age twelve. She started working the mill herself and aloom ow function and injured a worker So it turns out that one of the leading causes of serious injuries at the mill that she had observed was the propensity of the steel-tipped flying shuttles so those were manipulated by workers to unite the left in the warp threads in their weaves. I'm so these shuttles would come free of their looms and they would like shoot off the machines high-velocity even at like the slightest employee error. So like there were people dying from this. There are people like you know basically like you're getting almost shot. Yeah basically tipped metal thing like flying off a machine you know so it was really dangerous and so matty what she did. She created a guard. That would stop the shuttle from coming off of the machine if it malfunctioned. So like the exact details of this device have kind of been lost to history but mentions of it came out throughout published stories of her work and her Mentions articles that will get into so again because this was the mid nineteenth century. And why would anybody document what they actually did anyway. So workman who installed these types of guards all the looms and all the males in manchester. So this sounds like a big deal. She clearly didn't make any money for sure. You know maybe save some lives so after she turned eighteen. Mattie left manchester for better opportunities She worked in several different factories on new england along with other short-term technical jobs too so that she could keep
No Stupid Questions
Whats the Best Advice You've Ever Received?
"I wonder what the very best piece of advice you've ever received was. Oh that's so easy. I can't believe very asking me that influence now. I really want to know the best advice i've ever received was approximately one point five years ago when an angel from heaven visited me and said stephen life is short. And if you know what's good for you you will ask angela duckworth to make a podcast with it. Most of the questions. That was not the best piece of advice you've ever received. I think it was an angel from heaven. It might actually just been our executive producer. Okay you will have to tell me the second best piece of advice i ever received then. The advice that comes to mind is something that happened. When i was quite young i was maybe eleven. Twelve years old. I grew up in upstate. New york kind of middle of nowhere and our dad had died when i was about ten and so it was rural but people really did look each other. There came to emerge a pattern. Where men who were not my father would contact my mom and say hey. Would you like me to take little stevie out for an adventure of some kind and it was almost always fishing. That's what people did so there was this one guy. His name was bernie dusk quits. He was the barber in the town and bernie took me out on a boat in this lake. One day we were trying to catch you know the big fish and we were getting nothing. We're getting no bites and this went on for like an hour. To and i was bored but i was also very polite and obedience. I didn't say like this sucks. Onboard just sat there kept fishing then it started to rain. Really hard and bernie does quits drove the boat in towards the shore under some trees to be protected from the rain and all the sudden we started catching all these fish. But they're little fish too little to keep. But i was having a blast. Then the sun comes out and bernie dusk quits pulls up anchor and drives right back out into the middle and even though i was kind of quiet and shy and obedient. I said hey what are we doing. This is the best fishing spa ever and he said these are just little fish. We don't wanna keep catching them. It's not really worth the time. Let's go catch real fish so we went back out. We never caught a real fish. We literally sat there for another two hours. Catching nothing but the lesson. I took away after much. Rumination was that sometimes it is really a good idea to go for the big fish to not be satisfied with the little easy target in front of you. Even if you spend a lot of your time pursuing the big goal and it doesn't work out and that's something that i don't know for some reason that day stuck with me long enough that i was able to process it and as an adult think about that all the time. It's one of the reasons. I really fell in love with economics. One of the central tenets of economics is opportunity. Cost right if you spend all your time catching the little fish. You won't have time or developed the technique or the patients to ever catch the big ones. I think it's the best single piece of advice that's ever been sent my way.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Congressman Darrell Issa on the Californian Families Trapped in Afghanistan
"These are american children. Afghan families went home for a family. Reunion would trapped wherever they were. And you're trying to get them back. Can you give us a little taste. A little flavor. How chaotic is it. How hard is it to track down and get these children. To safety congressman. Well literally this particular group and some of them were. Us born some were born in afghanistan but these children and their parents all were part of earlier. Resettlements of people that have helped us early in the war And they they were back as many people do go for this summer The state department did not know where they were. We were able to get in touch with them through of all things Facebook and then using whatsapp and And little by little we were able to inform the state department where they were and with dod assistance and much more dod than state department Began the extraction process. But it is these people are are isolated. they're scared. The misinformation abounds but also In the case of every one of these families Telethon fighters came to the door asking questions and doing essentially a sense of who are you and what are you doing And coming through the house and you can imagine being Eleven or twelve year old girl And having a tele bound fighter wanting to know everything about you in hoping that your Your native tongue was good enough that they wouldn't realize that you've been living in america for most or all of your life and that's that's some of the trauma that these kids are facing in their families The taliban have made it clear. They're not letting afghans out after August thirty first and sebastian. American americans are still considered afghans if they come from there so these people are at risk of not getting out. Follow this man. Rapid rep darrel ice on twitter. Eissa dot house dot
Interview With Tennis Legend, Billie Jean King
"So just as we often say how much has changed for queer people in the last fifty years your bookers reminder that that statement is also true for women and your case being a woman and a professional tennis player wasn't even a career path that existed. So when you were starting out how are you thinking about what was possible for a career in tennis. I played team sports as child. I in a lot of people may or may not know my younger brother. Randy moffett moderates are birth. Name became a major league baseball player. So sports is in our blood. I dad was a good athlete. My mother was good athlete. So susan williams in fifth grade asked me. If i wanted to play tennis and i said what's tennis i thought i would probably wouldn't play because she played the country. Calm and my dad's a firefighter. Aside well this is an my realm of thinking. I've also played on the softball team and she told the coach. She'd taking me out to play tennis and she said oh they give free instruction here on tuesdays applied walker. And it's free coaching. While i go out to have my first session with clyde and at the end of it i knew i wanted to be the number one tessler in the world but then was amateur and i didn't like that because i grew up around pro sports pro met. You're really good at what you did and amateur. Music was a hobby so one of the first things. I wanted to change sport. As far as being a professional sport it were none really no options as a child for girls and today there's still many more options for boys. What really happened though. What really changed my life. My epiphany was when i was twelve. I was just daydream. One day and realize that everybody who played tennis for white shoes and white clothes play with white balls and everybody who played was white. And i asked myself whereas everybody else. Where is everyone else. So that was my moment that i dedicate the rest of my life to fighting for equality for everyone everything i've done. We'll go back to that moment. That epiphany twelve years old.
A Chat with Former La Cosa Nostra Mobster, Bobby Luisi
"Bob as you know. We've talked a little bit. That i was in law enforcement and i worked to mob in kansas city. We had our own coast. Knows your family. The savelli family next valley had been the boss since god says before fifty seven he was at the app alaskan meeting in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven with a real old timer who brought him there to introducing so we were kinda subservient to chicago. And you're on the other side during those days. Especially when i was working this in the seventies and early eighties so all the way up to really to the start of the nineties so i find it fascinating talk with you guys but i tell me a little bit about your time with the boston family. How did you first get involved with that. While i grew up in the north enemies foshan and then that lately in boston. That was headquarters for the mob. Debbie the koneohe on that was made guy. Scott does bosses whatever it was always around us and influenced us at the age of eleven. I went to work for the gangsters. They have vending machine number roll. Bending and i was eleven years old as the wife the school and go out with the guys and load the cigarette machines. Embalming she's of money and savage. We used to go out and while the machines and was eleven twelve years old. It was a fifty dollars a week and everything was great. And you don't even realize. I'm only a kid. I mean the jewel family really owned the company never was around them. Jerry was the boss boss brain on the raymond patriarca. But i was around all the rest of the wise guys so my father in an early you know i guess as early twenties. Hope up with these old. My father was always involved with them and i up around him rubber wrong koppel's and may guys and they're great guys and i think maybe the age of sixteen seventeen. The other side of my family were all out of this. I really enjoyed that. So i kinda sway away from that. And i wanted to go into the construction business and i did that for awhile up on my thirties but i still had a little evolving on the street knowledge. Yeah so now. I was building homes on. Martha's vineyard very popular place. Everybody knows about a mother's venue. Yeah in the late eighties. The market crash and i lost my house on the second houses down for o.'hare developing and i lost everything. I lost my gondola house in boston. I lost everything from positive. So i came back with two kids and no money. That's i hit the streets early nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred after the
Everything Everywhere Daily
The Other Mozart: Wolfgang's Sister, Maria Anna
"Some point. The enormity of his children's talent dawned on leopold. it wasn't just a father of two musical prodigies. But this was something that could open doors to royal courts all over europe in seventeen. Sixty two the wunderkind siblings performed for the emperor francis the i and empress maria theresa in vienna. This was their big debut in their first significant public performance. It took three weeks to travel from salzburg to vienna with two small children and put the family deepen dead however their performance was a smashing success. Leopold sent home the equivalent of two year salary after only a few weeks of performing in vienna with this success. They set out on a grand tour of europe visiting royal courts all over the continent at the start of the tour and seventeen sixty. Three wolfgang was seven and non role was eleven at the beginning of the tour. Non-royal often receive top billing in a letter home. Leopold wrote quote. My little girl plays the most difficult works which we have with incredible precision and so excellently. What it all amounts to is this that my little girl. Although she was only twelve years old is one of the most skillful players in europe and quote as they travelled leopold basically acted as an agent for his children. It wasn't just the royal courts in large capital cities where they performed they would also try to arrange performances in every city they visited and leopold would often put notices in local newspapers over the course of three years. The family worked their way across germany. Belgium and the netherlands with the furthest point being london on the way back home. They went through france and switzerland. During this trip wolfgang began composing furious pace including writing his first symphony at the age of eight maria. Ana often helps your little brother and writing down the music you wrote. They returned home to salzburg in seventeen sixty six and continued to make side trips to earn money including a return trip to vienna in seventeen sixty nine leopold set out again but this time he only brought wolfgang with him if maria ana had grown up in the present day she undoubtedly would have been one of the world's foremost musicians however she grew up in the eighteenth century and she was subject to the norms and the culture of that period once she reached an age where she could marry. She wasn't allowed to perform in public again. To do so would be
The Queen of Soul: Aretha Franklin
"Aretha franklin was born in memphis tennessee on march twenty fifth nineteen forty two barbara seekers franklin and reverend clarence levin franklin by the time she was four a wreath as family had moved from memphis to buffalo new york before. Finally settling in detroit michigan growing up. Aretha was surrounded by music. Her mother was a gospel singer and played the piano and her father. A minister saying to at the age of six a wreath as parents separated and read the state with her father. Her mother passed away a few years. Later are rita's father's house was often home to visiting musicians. From dino washington to sam cooke to mahalia jackson aretha sisters erma and carolyn were also musically inclined and saying and wrote songs throughout their lives. Aretha had an amazing ear for music. Despite the fact that she never learned to read music her brother later said that by the time aretha was ten years old she could hear a song once and immediately be able to sing it and play it on the piano. Aretha made her performing debut as a member of the choir at new bethel. Church or her father preached. It didn't take long for her incredible talent to be recognized when she was twelve years old. She went on tour performing with other popular gospel artists. That same year aretha got pregnant and hundred first child at the age of twelve. A son named clarence two years later she had a second son. Edward throughout her life aretha would return to her roots singing gospel nusa when she was eighteen years old. She switched her primary focus to secular music. She moved to new york city parting from her son to state with her family in detroit that year in nineteen sixty aretha signed a contract with columbia records. Her early albums touched on all sorts of genres from jazz to blues. To broadway to aren
Skimm'd from The Couch
Nastia Liukin on How to Win (and Lose) at Work
"Hey everyone our guest. Today is not stale lucan. She has gymnastics legend who won five olympic medals in the two thousand eight olympics in beijing including the gold medal. For all around to out her gymnastics career. Nastya has also won four world gold medals and thirty two total international medals since retiring after the two thousand twelve olympic trials. Nastya has not slowed down. She's a gymnastics analyst for nbc sports. She's written a book and has competed on dancing with the stars. Nastya welcome to the show. Thanks for having me be before we start talking about work and your career. We like to start these interviews with our lightning round to get warmed up so quick questions. Quick answers here we go. Are you ready yes. I feel weird like an athlete like are ready to. What was your first job on your resume. It was when i was twelve. I guess basically. Because i shot a commercial for adidas and didn't really know it at the time obviously i got paid for it but at twelve years old. You know my parents took care of all that and yeah little. Did i know that led me to my career today. What is the most recent job on your resume. I guess being broadcaster for nbc. Just got back from the olympic trials. And i'm heading to tokyo in like two weeks so exciting i know. Do you have any hobbies or skills that people don't know about. No i think like all of my talent and everything went to gymnastics now when you think about it not when you were at the height of gymnastics but now vault bars beamer floor. What's your favorite bars. mine to. What is something that most people don't realize about competing in the olympics. I was telling somebody this yesterday. But it's like we don't have an off season so not to compare it to like any other sport of professional sports. But we're still training seven hours a day six days a week in our quote unquote like off season and then non-olympic years competing at world championships national championships. So i think they don't realize how many years i get your entire life. You're basically trading for this moment and that also like speaking of training we get to the olympics like two or so weeks before the competition started. Just to get acclimated time change like all of that and we don't get a single day off until the competitions over so it's a lot it's exhausting. We don't get to see our families.
AP News Radio
Imprisoned 'Dating Game Killer' Alcala Dies in California
"The man they called the dating game killer has died on death row in California Rodney James Alcala may have killed as many as one hundred thirty people across the country say authorities he was sentenced to death in twenty ten for five murders in California in the late seventies he appeared on TV's the dating game in nineteen seventy eight the following year he killed a twelve year old girl prosecutors say he raped one woman with a claw hammer and would repeatedly strangled and resuscitate his victims to prolong their agony a prosecutor in Orange County city killed people because he enjoyed it a caller was seventy seven he died of natural causes at a hospital in California according to prison officials I'm Rita Foley
My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
A Look Into the Case of the Oakland County Child Killer
"Four kids were murdered. In oakland county michigan in the late seventies and this whole case was called the oakland county child killings and fucking awesome already right so they found a twelve year old boy kidnapped and raped in smothered and that was the first one and Then like a week later of these. I didn't write down. I didn't do my super accurate. Homework are coming here for facts. That are in the wrong place. Yeah and also i. It's all off wikipedia. So you can get and really really. Enjoy it for yourself firsthand. But essentially all eleven twelve year old children and so goes a boy and a girl. A twelve year old girl was found kidnapped not rain. Right bathed fed and then shot point blank and left in the snow. How was the first kid. Killed stir rate smothered smother that. So those aren't the same murder. probably well right they. They don't they probably didn't connect them then. Okay but then the third kid who was an eleven year old boy who was kidnapped and so he was gone for like he disappeared and so on say the seventh day or whatever they went on the parents went on the news and said please You know bring him home so we can give him his favorite jenner kentucky fried chicken and you know the thing they do to personalise and the next day. They found his body. Don't tell me how kentucky fried chicken and valley rate smothered with kentucky fried chicken left in his belly. Exactly what you didn't wanna hear. Oh my and he was also washed like the girl was. His nails were trim his closed spotless. They were washed pressed and his body was still warm when they found so. That's when they knew something. Super terrible was
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Court Refuses Appeal of Ex-Cleveland Cop Who Shot Tamir Rice
"A high court refuses an appeal of a next Cleveland cop who shot to mere rice the Ohio Supreme Court has announced it will not consider an appeal by a police association over the firing of a white police officer who shot and killed twelve year old Tamir rice in twenty fourteen Cleveland fired Timothy Loehmann in twenty seventeen not for killing rice who was black but for providing false information on his job application Lomond it was a rookie was responding to a call placed by a man who said somebody was waving a gun around the man also told the dispatcher the gun could be fake and the person might be a juvenile I'm Shelley Adler
The Short and Difficult Life of Billie Holiday
"About one of the most iconic jazz singers in history. She let us short and difficult life filled with trial and tragedy though. She had no formal musical training. She had a natural gift for jazz musically and emotionally connecting with audiences. Let's talk about billie holiday. Ellinora fagin was born in nineteen fifteen in philadelphia to teenage parents clarence holiday and sadie fagan soon. After eleanor's birth clarence left the family. He would go on to become a successful guitar and banjo player. But would be largely absent. In eleanor's life cd and ellinora moved to baltimore to live with savings older half sister. Eva miller and eve as mother-in-law martha eleanor would often be left with martha as her mother. An aunt worked jobs that took them out of the house for weeks at a time ellinora. Meanwhile began skipping school at just nine years old ellinora was brought to court on truancy charges and was sent to the house of the good shepherd. A reform school after nine months. Ellinora was paroled. But her homecoming was far from idyllic. Shortly after she returned home she was sexually assaulted by a neighborhood. Man ellinora was taken back into state custody this time for nearly two months upon her release. She dropped out of school at barely. Twelve years old. It was at this time that ellinora still a child store covering from trauma and working as a house cleaner. I heard records by the likes of louis armstrong and bessie smith in nineteen twenty eight. Sadie eleanor's mother moved from baltimore to harlem. The next year ellinora joined her sadie began working as a prostitute for their landlady out of a brothel on one hundred and fortieth street. I some accounts. Elenora ran errands for the brothel by others. Ellinora herself was a sex worker at barely. Fourteen years old over the subsequent three years ellinora began developing her singing. Act eventually landing a performance slot at a harlem nightclub though. She had no formal music training. Ellinora hadn't a neat sense of musical structure and theory jazz and blues genres. Who song rely on a singers. Well of pain and sadness or a natural fit for ellinora though just seventeen. She had already lived and survived a difficult life. She adopted the stage name. Billy after billie dove a favourite actress and started
How Is The Piri Reis Map so Accurate?
"Born around fourteen sixty five in gallipoli. A turkish peninsula across the gene see from greece. Pirie reece's real name was haji. Ahmed mouhidin puree. The word res actually referred to a rank. He acquired later in life. As a captain in the ottoman navy. From a young age. Pirie felt at home on the sea. It only twelve years old. He joined a crew of pirates led by his uncle. Kamal for fourteen years kamala attack christian trading ships in the mediterranean sea with periods side. The islamic ottoman empire was expanding but it wanted to avoid open warfare with italy. Spain and portugal. So it empowered private captains like kamal to do its dirty work period. Uncle taught him how to pilot a ship and navigate. Using the stars together they fought battles and stole plunder. The even rescued jews and muslims fleeing catholic persecution in the spanish peninsula and in fourteen ninety five. The empire officially inducted inducted puree and kamal into the imperial ottoman navy. Kamal died in fifteen ten leaving forty-five-year-old pirie without his captain and mentor freed from obligation. He hung up his pirate boots and turned to his. True passion cartography. He returned to gallipoli and to work on a map that he hoped would capture the whole world on a single page. This daunting task took three to complete period gathered more than twenty different charts created over the preceding two thousand years. One of his sources was an ancient map supposedly drawn from the reign of alexander. The great sometime between three thirty six and three twenty. Three b c e. Many others were drawn by portuguese and arabic explorers to combine all these charts period had to match the contours of each continent's coastlines to each other like fitting together pieces of a puzzle. Even with modern technology. This would be difficult but at the time. The task was nearly
When Two Open Marriages Collide
"I wanna see the body said my twelve year old son miles. He and i were sitting in our minivan outside of the hospital miles. It's not the body. I sat you only say the body when a person is dead. Eric's still eric. He just had a terrible accident. I texted my wife again. We're waiting in the parking lot. Will you come down. Your burrito is getting cold. We weren't supposed to go inside. This was intended as a quick favor. Bringing my wife dinner so she wouldn't have to eat more institutional food. I texted my wife again. Honey please. I want to see him mile set. Can we go inside just for a few minutes. It's private i said. Well mom is their mom. And eric have a special relationship. I said eric is in an intensive care unit. There cramped spaces full of sensitive equipment. We don't want the room to be too crowded. I think it's just mom there and eric mile set. Maybe shelly. here's where it gets interesting. Shelly is eric's wife. My wife and miles mother is eric's girlfriend. We all have open marriages and respect each other's privacy but this accident propelled us into a new reality. I stared at my phone hoping for the gray bubbles of appending response one of my wife sweetest qualities as her focus in real time on the people she loves. I imagined her eric's bedside holding his hand talking even he was not responding. It had only been three days since the semi truck cut off his motorcycle and sent him spinning landing so forcefully that his helmet split her phone was probably buzzing in her purse even though she knew we were coming and that i didn't wanna come inside. Let's go. I said grabbing the bag with the burrito from her favorite food cart and opening the car door excellent mile set
Mint Arrow Messages
"twelve year old" Discussed on Mint Arrow Messages
"Whole well. We fill that hole with light. We fill that hole with things that we choose in our garden. I was just thinking of the analogy. It's really fun with this garden. Imagery that growth mindset to give these girls like real life examples in nature that like exactly what he said like how wormhole actually it relates the soil. it's bringing nutrients and the same thing is with a butterfly. That butterfly has to push itself out of that cocoon. That's not easy but in order for that butterfly to survive. It's got a work. It's gotta push its way through. It's got to go against the adversity to get through that catoon through that christmas to get the blood into its wings and benefits to fly not before not beforehand so through some of these wormholes and crazy things in our garden. That comes the rain. All of these things actually end up blessing. If we can just dig our roots down and hang on eight. Love the powerful okay. I want to ask you guys about a couple of. I have a lot of topics. I wanna get to. Let's talk about talking to boys. Because i saw that make and i was like i would love to have someone sit me down and give me a little bit even just a tiny bit of guidance on how to talk to boys as an eleven or twelve year old so walk me through a little bit of what you guys teach we will. This is fun. I was kind of blake sese at that age. I always rush right careful. I didn't like i couldn't. I didn't date till later on. It wasn't that. I was even talking to them a lot but we give them. I think it's really different nowadays than it was when we were in middle school because of the ease of communication so we some of the tools that we are the tips that we give is eleven and twelve. You don't feel like at school. When you see boys do the beavis sunshine say hi asked him questions but.
Books and Boba
"twelve year old" Discussed on Books and Boba
"And we are here with pile. Doshi the author of ria and the blood of the nectar. We are so excited to have her on the show. Her her book is a middle grade fantasy adventure. And i'm pretty sure are indian american readers out. There are going to be very excited for this book. It's coming out on june fifteenth pale than so much for being with us today. Hi thank you so much for having me. I'm super excited to be here. Yeah congratulations on the launch of your book. How's it been like i. I saw on instagram stories. Your first unboxing of your the first like print feeling. Oh my gosh So surreal feel like this mixture of relief. Happiness disbelief I've lived with this book or about danielle's took me daniels to write this book. And then to me about two years to sell this book and then this whole last year has been you know a lot of everything just the general situation in the world and then at the same time it was all of these you know highs of book news like your cover coming out and seeing that for the first time and then you know get in your arc out people to read and then getting those are so many of those like insanely surreal moments but i nothing beats holding it in your hands. I feel like that's a before and after before bio and like the oft the book is it my hand. It was incredible. I was so nervous. You have all these imaginations and expectations. About what your would be like and then you hold it. I smell that we all do that. It's like the new book and like i. That's the quality of the paper and had a lovely like oh creamy yellow color. And like i was like all of those Bangle my own book so it was. It was awesome and even more excited for the launch in june. Because i know that it's you know it's a really good-looking book as well. That rita's will have and hold and hopefully love the story as well so it's very exciting. Very very exciting.
AP News Radio
Sheriff: Florida Deputies Shoot Girl, 14, Who Opened Fire
"A Florida sheriff talks about his deputy shooting and wounding a fourteen year old girl Volusia county Florida sheriff Michael Chitwood says eight of his deputies are now what administrative leave after a stand off with a fourteen year old girl and a twelve year old boy who broke into a home and used the weapons inside the fire on those deputies chit would telling reporters had two children are armed with an A. K. forty seven shot guns and hand guns found inside the home at least a minimum of two dozen shots were fired at least you know we'll know more when FDLE finishes there the report we had a deputy that fired and we fired probably over sixty rounds the two broke into the home after fleeing a juvenile home on Tuesday the fourteen year old was shot as she pointed a shot gun at deputies she's in stable condition following surgery the Florida department of law enforcement is leading the investigation I'm Tim McGuire
Christy Wright's Business Boutique
"twelve year old" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique
"Out with my good friends. Fellow ramsey personality dr john baloney host of the john baloney show which lets go and tell them a little bit about yourself if my show is by disney rated g. Let's talk about friendship and like about delauney show is rated r. slash weird. You get the weirdest questions. I've ever to go through the filter for it. I let my kids scroll through that menu kids call. They deemed me. They sent me a on the instagram's and it said me and my twelve year old were were laughing at something stops like no no not for your twelve year. Old child friendly weird questions weird situations and you handle them so well. I mean you have an incredible background and being able to counsel people advise people and that's why i wanted to bring you back on the show because you've been on the show before the show because the hardest questions so good for my soul to make it difficult. Here's the thing we're talking about today. Here's the thing we're talking about today. That i want to dig into because this is something that i hear about a lot. It affects relationships. You know a lot about relationships and how to have healthy ones with your spouse but anybody for that matter. Coworkers friendships. whatever conflict conflict. Your favorite things. We love language. It's the chris. My first question is why is it..
Rooks and Becords Podcast
"twelve year old" Discussed on Rooks and Becords Podcast
"I was learning how to play the guitar. I was a teenager. I love the who. And i was absolutely mesmerized by towns in style and it all comes into play here on this album. All of his acoustic guitar is rhythm playing the rapid strumming. All of these songs. I was trying to learn how to play. You know it's a boy the ov- insurer the acid queen amazing journey. I'm free and of course the big one for me. Because i've got the supple wrists. I can do the pinball wizard i mean my friends and i were jammed and we were playing this stuff and you know we were into the who and it was all about tommy for me. That is number one on my list. You'd anti-static choices you make so many good points about this record. Michael very inspired choice. And i think another thing that happened for the who this time besides all of a sudden making them that's more like legitimate artists and not just like a gimmicky singles rock band. A lot of people at the time. I think we're comparing them. A little bit too led zeppelin the say the setup where you've got the kind of guitar goddess guy in a blond bleed singer. They took it in a in. A direction was so different than zeppelin with this record because i was a fan of both bands but more of a guy Irv amazed that there was a rock band that i love and they were rocking but there were writing a rock opera. I just remember that as little. So does that mean like opera now because operas not cool the like you know a twelve year old boy intellectual piece. That came in there that i thought was noteworthy about the who because i was a fan of gimmicky stuff. I love my generation. Like pictures of lily and us this album. It took them in a direction that pushed him a little bit. Farther away from the stones and led zeppelin and i would just add quickly. You listen to this album. There's so many recurring themes guitar themes and pieces..
Good Girls Talk About Sex
"twelve year old" Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex
"And i got a lot of sexual attention pretty young so i had this pretty young probably eleven or twelve. Oh yeah And it was. It wasn't overt sexual attention. I mean compared to probably what eleven and twelve year old girls experience these days. It was probably very innocent. But i was definitely aware that boys were paying attention to me in a way that they were not paying attention to other girls and that they wanted to be around me in a way that was different than what i saw my friends experiencing and it felt powerful. It didn't really feel negative. Felt powerful a little bit dangerous. Because i didn't quite understand it but it felt like i had something they wanted and therefore i had power over them and and also i had this experience from being younger and having my sexual pleasure be good. Felt good you know so. I knew that there was this connection between things that people could do together. That felt good and this interesting. Frisian of i had something they wanted. And i didn't quite know what so probably. My youngest encounters were ironically through youth group events. Because that was the place where i was in the company of boys. Most often my parent- my when my parents divorced my mom started going to an episcopal church and my brother and i started attending with her and we went to youth group events and it was. It was a fun social activity. I never really had any particular faith in the church. I kind of feel like you have to start that younger. It's gonna cystic so for me. It was just a social activity and We went to you know weekend long things when we were teenagers. That were you know all about being good christian kids and of course. We're all fooling around in the sidelines. Because that's what teenagers do so you know. There was a lot of kissing and chased groping chased groping chased..
Say What Needs Saying
"twelve year old" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying
"We've actually been even more intentional since than about helping her to have interaction with other black people hilarious. You're gonna laugh in this just points out the whiteness of us but Last sunday miracles dance. Instructor invited her to go to church with her. And after church. They went to a friend's house for brunch and on the menu for brunch of course was gretz had never had grits before and it was like what what's ritz. So here's this black girl saying what's grits now and the other ladies there. I mean they were telling me when. I picked her up and they just had a good laugh. A belly laugh about that yours. This twelve year old black girl who didn't know a grit. Swear and again it just reveals to me got some work to do. You'll be happy to know that we now have grits in our pantry and enjoy them. They were. I was pleasantly surprised. So all that to say. I am just thrilled. You're back so thanks for making this happen. Of course an interesting. That conversation was even on the docket. That wasn't even something that we plan for it. Just you had a moment I heard it on responded now. Granted don't feel pressured to try to in introduce everything that she will be able to get like. You know you're her dad so then let her know about you. Feel like i'll. I feel like as as we develop where at least from my perspective as we develop we learn about ourselves in our friends learned the intricacies of the dynamics the dynamic -ness of ourselves right and then you become parents and then you become a parent to your kid and that's all you kind of become a depending on your level of pan i want. I would want to challenge the mabel to challenge myself. When i have a my kid that try to have your kid know who you are to just know who you are. Not the parent knocked the not in the friend way but just because if she feels sense of home or sense of connection with you you will always be her fortress. And that's like i'm thing you want as a father you the safest in your world yep world is crystal clear to her and because you guys share you your wife in her all share this unique situation of perception and you guys can have interesting conversations about perception talk about how you view this cartoon or how i would view it. Her right here. Kids are sponges may still curious but we have. We've been told to keep this idea of a parent in this hallowed form you know bring it down a little more personable. The world more scary You know i'm you from. I'm on your side so very good. Very good thoughts. Well i think you're gonna make amazing father one day. Also stokes for you thank you. I got a question for you. You you have this podcast say what needs saying. It's pretty incredible. You're having lots of just super deep conversations sometimes controversial. How did this get started like. What's the back story. What what led up to this podcast becoming a thing. Yeah can take that one so i..
"twelve year old" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras
"Yeah yeah i i because i think so a lot of people and i've had these experiences myself worries voice outside a nonlocal voice. I'm in the saying something and going What do you want from me. We're gonna get rid of you. So why did you listen to it. Well i can't say there was a choice. And and while i heard it with my ears it was in my chest. It wasn't it wasn't like somebody standing in the room. it was. It was an all encompassing voice and all encompassing awareness. So i mean you know europe. You're a twelve year old. You know you're thinking about going and meeting your friends and playing football in the park. You're not thinking about pain. give you life read. what are you talking about in and so it was. There was no way to get past that message. And i actually didn't try to do anything with i wrote it down and i kept it in my wallet and it wasn't until late in my teens when i had the good fortune of meeting the eldest disciple of a particular master and then then from my journey evolved from that certain things unfold. You are drawn like a moth to a flame that was me anyway Because there was always this attraction to wanting to understand. What in the name of god. Am i doing here on this planet. What why why is there so much pain. Why is there so much fear. Why is there so much beauty. Why am i so drawn to things that i want to cry. Just because i see them no explanation for those things on direct experience that eventually has to be left unattended by thought Can't comprehend anything right. Only the direct reflection subsequent revelation and the realization of that integration between the capacity for the observer and the observed to be understood as a singularity then. That's that's to me. The the the explanation of all that unfolds. Everything else to me. Not that important right right. Yeah definitely at at the higher levels of consciousness it is something to be experienced and that's the only way that you can know and understand is experience is experience reality so with that. Can you explain how earth school is wisdom school according to your understanding for advance souls. 'cause i a lot for a lot of people like We're events soul than this is school. He told me this school. I hate school. you know. i mean there's a lot of there's a lot of that That pushback from people about You know seeing earth as a curriculum for advanced those eight. A lot of people think that we're not really advant as a soul you know i i. I don't know about the advance soul part. I'm not able to speak to that with knowledge or.
Distorted View Daily
"twelve year old" Discussed on Distorted View Daily
"Chris hansen's starts reading chat transcripts. Quite the back with this girl. It's too bad you are old enough. I would marry you marry a told your girl. If she was old enough to she was allowed to even say that to a twelve year old. do you have any nieces and nephews younger cousins. What if a gun was hit on them. Like this wouldn't line so explain to me what was going on your mind that made you think it was ok to come here and do the very same. Thank you very much what you said. You asked for her address. I'll pick you up somewhere. We'll have sex if you want. I'll go slow and yes it will hurt. Because she's so honest right. that's why i like him. he's not like the other guy. You told her to master in preparation for your big night of sex with a virgin. Yeah well we'll finally make out and make love. I was thinking of staying over and leaving the next morning. So when i come over we'll go to rule and you'll take off all your clothes and since i'm the boss you shave down there. I like it smooth. He likes a young. Groom yourself this special then tonight. I think the strangest behavior happened at the very end. After he was he was caught trying to have sex with a twelve year old and then interrogated by a television journalists. Finally this nightmare is over for him. He can flee the situation he can leave but he chooses not to use the bathroom. I've been holding perplexing to get in your car and go find a convenience store a gas station or something. Don't linger around the decoy house. I think you should go. Poor guy really really needs to take a shit anyway. The rest as you know what happens next. The police are waiting. They arrest him. Yada yada yada. So that's hanson vs predator shave down there. I like it. Smooth down. Chris that let's get into.
"twelve year old" Discussed on Doctormommyspeaks Parenting
"These difficult situations are inevitably going to pop up in real life. I would also say generally speaking. I think children of most ages are wildly underestimated in their ability in potential on capabilities. So i would say whether you're speaking to a twelve year old or an eighteen year old. They know what's up. I mean with with how the media portrays dragon sex nowadays with social media being everywhere they have access to the internet at kiplinger's they know what's going on so i would also suggest though i'm not a mother of teenagers i would say to treat them as kind of adults in that situation in more importantly ask them questions to kind of gather how. They're feeling that about the situation because they could go to you and say hey mom you know. Suzy's doing drugs. And i think it's really cool and i want to try. It may be thinking that and not say would that could be there during the slow approach star or they could be thinking and feeling suzy's drink drugs than she really doesn't look good and she's not acting right and i'm kind of scared if you're not allowing the space for them to actually tell you that by asking questions and holding space for that. That opportunity is going to be missed in. It's really important opportunity to get a glimpse into what they're thinking and feeling about the situation. So i would say treat them as adults they know what's going on most likely and they might not be so interested in a treat as you might think or drive absolutely not learning from others. Mistakes would be a very nice a bartender t to grab when it comes to a minute talking about someone defense and like you said Asking questions or statements like what do you think about susie doing drugs. Or what are your stance on that things like these will be so perfectly insinuating to find out. What's going on in your child's minds and what these approaches towards these things absolutely open ended questions always right so let's talk a bit more about league Now believe almost any reason these days and.
ON BOYS Podcast
"twelve year old" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast
"Usually being treated with medication alone giving them another tool in their tool kit and also more information about their patient and then also schools who already in many cases have some sort of a wellness department and resources available to students. And so we've think it's really important for us to partner with these types of organizations and fit into the Continuum of Care to deal with exactly that issue know what I will say though is with our user base only 3% have mentioned suicidality or self-harm and the national average is 17% So it's not actually something that comes up a lot with the users and kaypro, but it's it's enough one is enough in my yeah. Yeah. Yeah you concerned. Yeah, so that's very easy. Ensuring I'm I'm sitting here thinking. Okay. I've got a twelve-year-old boy, and I'm the mom and I'm gonna say hey guess what? Here's a new app for you to have on your device and they're going to look at it and go ya know. How do you how do you get how do you get them interested? How do how do you make this enticing for them to add to their repertoire of apps on their devices off generally speaking? I don't think getting a referral from Mom or Dad is the winning approach to get a user on the app. Yeah, and and so that's why I think partnering with some of these organizations who could potentially Market in quotes directly to the end user is the excellent point. You know, it, it would come differently. Yep. From even your doctor or somebody at school then from your mom. Yes. Yeah, we want to be the resource they trust for everything and and here's the really sad part is that there's an awful lot of families that don't have trustworthy parents. And so that's one of the things that we can really help with is a safe place when the young people who you should be able to rely on aren't trustworthy. Oh, that is Stark truth right there. Yeah, what have you learned about tween teen boys through doing this Society parents..
"twelve year old" Discussed on Frankenculture Presents
"I mean from a good place. Yeah and that's really important. Especially since like she is home schooled she has. It's i feel like it's a totally different environment to go from that home schooling till like everyone's in your business you're used to like you. I feel like you're almost not associated with people because you're at home. Yeah she is home schooled. You can tell that. Like probably her best friend is probably your brother like they're so inseparable It's really cool. But yeah you can see how it all shaped her though. Yeah and so. She was like a huge justin bieber. Fan while though right yeah. There's there's a part that's kind of funny I guess i could. There's pretty funny that she's crying that she's realizing that like no no guy that she meets in her. Life will live up to what justin bieber is. Yeah so she's like eternally sad thinking about that as like a twelve year old or something so it was funny to watch. That is also funny. How much video of someone's childhood there is like us like. We didn't have that so or at least like we didn't have video cameras and shit like that like camcorders like my family. Didn't i have some like. I have some from when i was like in middle school My old friend probably has most of them but like definitely not when i was real young definitely not when i was like he But now if you think about everything's recorded Look how many. I have my phone of oliver like my child. Like it's like almost too much. Honestly that's really weird to say about my own kid but like my phone has probably like five thousand pictures and videos on it. That's that's an obscene amount. Yeah in for for us. It's probably like one pitcher for every few years of life let alone the opposite exactly so it's crazy that they have all this footage of her in these moments because clearly. I mean.
Teen Mom Trash Talk
"twelve year old" Discussed on Teen Mom Trash Talk
"It was on Twitter and I remember he had a baseball cap on in his picture but he was still he saw between 8 and 12. Yes, correct, cuz that is how old he is forever and Ed. What what what a life seriously he is going to be the 40 year old virgin that kid. He might well, he's only mine so I can be eight. Well, okay, the eight-year-old. Okay, which is not a choice, which is the opposite of yourself, which is the opposite of what Tracy likes to see on T. Cuz the opposite of Teen Mom trash. I'm so also how do you feel about their roller horses that they're writing in the garage. That was so cute. Like we get though. I'm game. Yeah, we could get them we could play with them in my driveway this summer. That's what I'm saying. Like, could you imagine if you were like, oh like instead of saying like me and Chase. Go for a bike ride to be like Matt. Me and Trace you're going to go roll or horse in the driveway and he would be like, oh, all right, so weird, I don't think can't be surprised. I don't think he'd be surprised but I do think that he would be looking for someone else to be married to I mean, could you blame him know like honestly know so then we find out that Bentley's in Bible classes and the boys and the girls are separated. He asked why and Macy's like well, obviously, For the sex talk which is very funny in Bible class. I mean, okay. So I never I guess we never have Bible class cuz we went to Catholic School. It was great religion everywhere, but that's not where we had any kind of sex talk in religion class know we didn't I mean, I don't really remember a lot. I blocked out High School like a lot. Well, he's not even in high school. Yeah. He took he got going to talk sex and a twelve-year-old School. Whatever the hell that is sixth grade, maybe. Yeah, but I mean not in Bible class. That's just like they're not like, oh Peter Paul and jack me off. So So is that that's like what after school like CCD?.
ON BOYS Podcast
"twelve year old" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast
"In the issues around the pandemic and even asking for help because we're not accustomed to asking for help and our boys aren't asking for help either or if they do at home. Has a sign of weakness. So this book of beers Taps into all those areas. It encourages them to identify their emotions and encourages them to face their fears, but in a fun and challenging way, it encourages them to understand how being a boy brings a certain amount of privilege and how that impacts other people it encourages all of these wonderful things around healthy masculinity walk around authenticity at around gender equity and inclusion. When you say, you know, a hundred ways for boys to be kind bold and brave. I can't imagine a parent alive saying I don't want that for my son. Like this is what we are all working towards and it's difficult. It is difficult and parents. A lot of times are feeling really overwhelmed about all the things that that that are being thrown at them. And I have a twelve-year-old boy. His name is Jack and thought I recognized especially because I'm in this work also that our society is in a moment of great transformation. And a lot of the focus is on the evolution of masculinity and parents home boys are confronted with terms like toxic masculinity like male privilege and for parents like me white privilege and I feel like a lot of times the headlines are just dominated with stories about men causing a farm. So what does that mean for my son? What does he take away from that? We want our boys to know that being a boy is a wonderful thing and to make every boys lived experience the very best. It can be dead. We have to be intentional about encouraging their authenticity allowing them to be who they are helping them develop empathy educating them on healthy relationships, promoting emotional literacy and off. We know that after twenty years of working in Oregon with an educating minimalize healthy. Manhood is the solution. It is the antidote for some of the most destructive problems in our society seems like domestic violence sexual assault sexual harassment Dating Violence bullying homophobia of school shootings gun violence, it's all tied together..
My First Million
"twelve year old" Discussed on My First Million
"Think it's interesting strategy for colleges like. Why are they doing this. Remember the reason. I ended up going to do is because they had this thing called the the tip program which is the talent identification program and you would take the psat's or something like that and then if you scored above a certain thing do could send you this kind of kits goodie bag and he basically was like if felt like getting a full from hogwarts and it's like hey you're twelve and like we want to invite you to this special school for the gifted and talented and it just like you scored high on this. We have identified you as talented person we would love to. Have you come visit our campus and the shit worked went to duke. Eventually i didn't put together. That's why but like if i think about it. That's why i started paying attention to them. And that's why. I started following the basketball teams. That's how i even heard about it. Otherwise a twelve year old kid. You didn't hear about colleges right so that was pretty interesting. And if you think about it you know. These schools are for profit. Schools are trying to get trying to get tuition. They're trying to get people to come in and pay the forty fifty grand to go to school and so these little investments. And you know who doesn't like to be called talented. Who doesn't like to be called kind of like a fee nom what carat doesn't want their kid to be identified as a special that shit works and i'm that more schools don't do this and when i start my school i two. I'm going to do this. Yeah i'm trying to like do some research on right now. We're talking and it's not really effective but you'll have to look up this program when you're done it's just a really interesting thing and it was funny to meet someone who went through and it was just such a silly fun fact about someone by the way my vermeille in college when he got when we got to college guy..
Charlotte Center For Mindfulness // Podcasts
"twelve year old" Discussed on Charlotte Center For Mindfulness // Podcasts
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The LEADx Show
"twelve year old" Discussed on The LEADx Show
"Everyone kevin crews here with a very special podcast. In fact this episode we will be cross posting on both delete x leadership show and the extreme productivity podcast. Today my guest. And i will be talking about secrets to productivity which is just another way to say how to make your goals and dreams come true. We're gonna talk about how you can finally write that book. You always wanted to write but just don't have time and if your student middle school high school college how can you even get your homework done in less time. But these productivity secrets are universal. Doesn't matter what your goal is. What your dream is. They're going to help you to actually make it happen in. Twenty twenty one. Now we're going to be chatting about things like your most important task. The magic of fourteen forty maximizing your focused attention and more and who is my special guest on productivity today. I'm lucky to have with me twelve year old. Cnn cnn. welcome to the show. Hi and i should also say. Cnn we invited your mom to hang out with us. Hello heather thanks for joining. Hello so cnn you sent me an email out of the blue right like how many months ago. Two three months ago months ago okay now. I don't get a lot of reader emails. But i might get ten or twenty emails a day and i've been writing about twenty years now so i got to save that the probably hundred thousand emails. I've gotten from readers <hes>. I always read them. I don't always reply to them. I try to reply to a lot but yours really stood out to me. You had a very special email. Which is why. I invited you on the show to to talk about it and i guess for our listeners. I'm hoping that you will actually. I've got a copy here. I'm going to share it on the screen that you'll read this email so they know kind of just how how we met if you will go ahead and read the email that you sent me a couple couple of months ago. My name is john. I'm in eighth grade. Twelve years old enema writer. About a month ago. I was interested in improving my words per hour. I wanted to write a book. But i was procrastinating so much snapchat instagram and taking buzzfeed quizzes seem more appealing. So i began to look for ways to become more productive. Eventually i stumbled upon your podcast. And when i listened to it changed my life your tips about productivity was <hes>. Implemented immediately nine. Oh myung but that doesn't mean. I'm not busy with homework. Music family in sports. I was so busy exhausted. I know time to do anything. Including writing. Which is my mit. Every day i love message about the number fourteen forty so i print out the sign put in my room at the start of november. I took the challenge of twitter. Seemed impossible only a few months ago. I decided to write seventy five thousand words in the month of november. This programs knows nanna raimondo. I'm in the young writers programme. So far i've written forty six thousand two hundred and thirty eight words. This month i can now hit twenty five hundred words in our forbes around nine hundred and i've implemented a morning routine with trees up in our to just write. My homework gets done a lot. Faster much to my mom's relief and my entire day scheduled on google calendar. So thank you for your amazing podcast. Books and tipped on productivity. They've helped me out on my journey to becoming an author wonderful so first of all. Give us an update. How did november go. How many words did you end up writing in november total. I wrote eight thousand seven hundred twenty eight words now. You know that contest you only have to write fifty thousand words so you practically did have lice right pretty much. So with nanaimo you can set any goal you want so if you were looking to aim lower could do ten thousand words or a hundred thousand words. But i set my goal at seventy five thousand seventy five thousand and as a writer and a lot of friends who are writers. I've known of a nanno raimondo. Though i have to pause to say it it's twister but for the listeners. Who aren't familiar with. It tells more about that program. Do you remember what that stands for. Nanno raimondo yeah. It stands for national novel writing month so in that month every day you have to hit a goal of one thousand six hundred sixty seven words. Approximately and it has to be a new novel. You wrote you just started that month and you can have anything from prior amongst for it to count. It's entirely free as well. So that's nice. It's a great program and in fact for people who want to learn more about it <hes>. Nanno ramo dot org. It's actually a nonprofit that gets people toronto. How did you hear about the program. So back in july probably july or august. I was looking for just some writing contests. Because i was kind of interested in writing a book and i kind of stumbled across this in. It looks very interesting. But i noticed that the date for the contest was november and then around october. I guess i had my idea for my nanno novel and then i just signed up for it. Then
The Mighty Oaks Podcast
"twelve year old" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast
"This is what helped me You know just being a little more open that it's okay to have feelings of disappointment to be frustrated to even be angry. What do you do with those feelings. How do you handle them in a constructive way. Here's some tips So i feel like that's been really important and something that i don't know I'm might have not paid as much attention to you. Might you know. I don't know that they would have shown the signs as much as they are now. And so it's led us to have those conversations. And i think those are the things that we don't always think to teach our kids and then they become adults and they don't necessarily know how to navigate the ups and downs of life so i felt like that has been something that's been a positive out of negative And then also just everyday kind of has a little bit of a groundhog day type. Feel to it. So we've had to try to be a little creative about you know. People need to have things on the calendar. Look forward to you know. So what can we within our limitations. Create that they him look forward to so we've done like pizza on friday nights or we watched a lot of these that have multiple sequels tonight. We're watching this one then. We're watching that one so that's been fun early on. My husband was taking my daughter on walks every day or and things just to get her out of the house and so that was good to just to be intentional. Dot to look forward to. I think on this really been important. So that's expressed as a really good point especially like the point that you made about Kind of helping. Maybe you are a little bit of younger kids. That don't we have such an understanding as the older kids. And i'm kinda same situation as you with You have a twelve year old and eleven year old and they don't grasp in the same way as maybe you know. Our kids are a little bit older. And so i'm just helping them to understand. I think you're so right in a way that maybe wouldn't have thought about you know if we weren't in this situation and that's something we try to do as well as trying to be more intentional about how we communicate. The changes may be some of the things that are happening with. Maybe the younger kids are not quite grasping us. I liked that. You made that point things and i'm just talking about you know younger kids a little bit. Amanda what that. What's that look like for your family..