19 Burst results for "Valley Forge Park"

"valley forge park" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

07:25 min | 9 months ago

"valley forge park" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"It's not actually gonna bring down any houses. It's just it's fitting in among the road structure that's already out there. So what's the problem? What's the issue? What's the hold up? Well, what happens is that it's just that the process is long and it doesn't. It's not written to be longer than the lowest. You know. You said the planners are supposed to look at every Person and property. They're supposed to be impacted by the new construction. That's that's not a bad idea to consider impact on the community When you're building something I mean the reason what was written is because in the fifties and sixties, they were just building highways through neighborhoods, bulldozing stuff, not really consulting people. It was all top down decisions and You know, especially through poor neighborhoods. Nobody was sticking up for them, so they so they built. They made this law that would require more consultation. But what it does is after the agency in this case step that comes up with This big study of everything that's impacted. Then everybody whose property they think everybody who owns the property or lives in the area thinks they should be impacted aren't on the list they consume to get included. Or if they say sometimes you're listed as being impacted, But it's not an adverse impact, you know, and they could say no, that impact actually is that first we're going to go to court to get it included well, and that's what takes so long because you know, like anything going through the court system. It can take more than a year sometimes. So that's two years and does that give does anybody have standing to sue? Do you have to live in the area or I mean, what gives you standing tol them into court? That's that's another problem is sometimes national organizations that are dedicated to some sort of maybe historic preservation will be able to sue. Even if they're not in the area. You know, they may have never seen this construction. But they say Well, that passes by this historic site, you know, maybe It's too close to this park, or it's too close to this historic home and it's gonna ruin it. Or, you know the vibrations will shake it apart or it's just gonna pollute it and they have standing to sue. We'll even have to live in the area. You only for that video. It could be a nonprofit that has nationwide reach and just Raises funds and Susan all these different projects. That's that's crazy. I mean, at least with the blue route, the people that were opposing it where neighbors you know people that were, you know, near neighbors concerned about it, but that that's outrageous that someone could just swoop in from California. You know, after they've taken care of the little spotted owl and and worry about what's happening with light rail in King of Prussia. Yeah, it even another way. Does it delay the process, But it doesn't let the planners think big, You know, like if you look at the maps on the deceptive King of pressure, real website They stopped just short of Valley Forge Park, which would be a good place if you wanted to, like. Take a bike. Ride up there. Have a picnic or go for a hike. Absolutely right, And you don't have a car. You know it's hard to get there. You could take this rail of there. It would be perfect, but The then the national environmental Policy Active, they deepa. They call it, um, limits, especially development near parks in the storage shed. So if they'd put that real just another half mile or mile longer, it would have doubled the challenges because anyone had even more national organizations. Historic groups. Saying that, you know, having created the train come up just around the side of this park with, you know, ruin it somehow. So they don't remember the battle with Antietam. Remember the battle of the battlefield of anti demonic wanted to erect Now, In that case, I understand they wanted to erect a shopping mall. But this is something that you're you're saying it's within limits there. They're doing cost benefit analysis here and there wouldn't be any damage to Valley Forge. Worried, and I think that's so they'll even proposed because I think they know that it would be politically impossible because of all the challenges and all the delays, and they would think the whole project so they think small and This is still a good project. I mean, I don't think you know we have really loved the blame separate for everything I think they're doing their best here is just they're constrained by what the law is. And what's all the challenges would How they would limit them. Yeah, And and it is a shame, too, because what would really boggles My mind is that pretty much anyone has standing to sue. It's completely It's It's sort of federalizing a local issue. It's making local transportation it who some guy out in California doesn't care if we can get to the King of Prussia Mall without having to Do you know the circuitous routes and get stuck in traffic? They're just doing it because they have some kind of general life. You know ideology about Theo environmental impact of development, and it's like you said, I agree, 1000%. It doesn't allow the planners to think big. They're constantly Playing defense. You know, they're constantly worrying about where the next attack is going to come from. Yeah, you're absolutely right and bringing bringing those outside agents are independent groups that are able to suit with Oliver. Allowing that separates the risk from the reward This They're you know, they're not going to be inconvenienced that the project fails. They never tried on those roads. But you know, it's they think it's in their interest to, you know, save every bird or whatever it is that they're interested in. That's gonna be a bumper sticker. Save every bird. We have a lot of birds. No, I don't think I think if we took a poll of the birds, they'd say, Yeah, we don't care. We're fine. Just leave us alone. Yeah, And that's what that's that's what made me start researching with this project to is just because this is something normally that People on the left but like, but it's it's the federal regulations written by the left in the seventies. It's delaying the project, and it's Yeah, it's kind of mind boggling to see that only the time delay forever. But the costs go up because every time The time of the ladies because I have to go to court after pay lawyers then and then, if they lose, they have to rewrite the project to take into account the changes that the court is imposed. So when this thing was proposed in 2016 Her. Excuse me 2013. It was supposed to cost $1 billion, which is already a lot for five miles of rail, But by now it is projected to cost twice that. That's crazy. It is crazy. It's crazy, and you know, like, like you said, And the irony is, they're cutting off their nose despite their face. This is something that, as we said before, is in public transportation. Light rail is something that really helps individuals or or really addresses the concerns of environmentalists and yet because they're handcuffing, essentially the people who are the engineers and the builders It's Zach again. They're cutting off their noses. Despite their faces the you mentioned something in the article, which I found interesting when President elect Joe Biden becomes president elected Joe Biden. We're gonna have someone in the White House who has very famously been a friend of the You know the rail system he's to take. Maybe still does Amtrak Back to Wilmington almost every evening when he was in D. C as a senator. So do you think that that's going to have some kind of an impact? Do you think that having him there will change not just the focus for this King of pressure project but elsewhere in the United States on transportation projects like this? I hope so..

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"valley forge park" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

03:36 min | 10 months ago

"valley forge park" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"Instead of being at the back and one of those artillery pieces overturns and blocks the way out through the fences and so they'll infantry all up a column the march when the british hit them so in some ways. It's not totally wayne was trying to get out of there. And so brisk swimming out of the woods in the catch these guys in in a marching column and not align about at it becomes vicious. I mean there is some violence and there is some Bhaskar geyser are stabbed dozens of times in a weird sort of way and so wayne does extra creative division but he gets chewed up and chopped up and it becomes notices. Paoli massacre battlefield. So with wayne's army out of the way at least as far as the british are concerned at this point they do go ahead and cross the schuylkill and it seems like this time. Washington is trying to learn from his lessons because when they move up river to try to flank around him again he follows them but then they kind of come back zip across the river from where he was in the first place. I in my opinion. I been talking to another historian. Lately about the washington overreacts. He was lying up in a perfect position and on the twenty third. I think it's september twenty third the british mccollum west down route. Twenty three towards phoenixville. Because he knew of of factory down there making gun locks for the american army and he wanted to destroy that facility at washington scouts and militiary act. That they're moving west was just patch in washington. I think panics. Because of radio one still very fresh in his mind he knows that there's ford's farther west these really not keeping an eye on and i think he overreacts he pulls his guys away from ford around doris town and modern day oaks to shift west thinking the british or heading that way and of course that's really not what house headlines by because they opened up all those lower ford's house able to cross i think it's another twenty third in the twenty fourth day cross family and ford which is roughly behind. Where the chapel is in valley forge park tonight and basically marched into norristown camp for a day before occupying germantown. Hell up taking a few more days before he actually takes philadelphia proper. It's hard to imagine for. People know philadelphia today philadelphia at the time was really about what south streets race street and maybe out to about seven hundred eight th street. That was that was really philadelphia at the time. Yeah it wasn't very big basically you you pretty much now that you got. You got the dimensions about right here. Usually you think you cross the schuylkill river as he said before you think you're in philadelphia. Which would today but back. Then you were still miles away from the city and germantown of course part of philadelphia today as well was well outside of town in seventeen seventy seven. So general how finally enters philadelphia in september twenty six takes possession of the city but he leaves the majority of the army in germantown. Correct starts to get complicated so they they move in the german towels temer twenty fifth and then he starts cream detachments so he already sent troops to wilmington we about that earlier. The next chunk of troops that are going to be. Detached are the occupying force or philadelphia. Now how does.

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"valley forge park" Discussed on On The Verge

On The Verge

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"valley forge park" Discussed on On The Verge

"Good morning my friend I am coming to you from my morning walk. So often, I hear from you all about how you're listening to these morning. During your walk. So I thought hey I'm gonna I'm going to record one while I'm walking and I am here in Valley Forge Park. A glorious foam morning it is. Oh Gosh. You know getting out in the morning it just fills my soul. It sets me right for the day I. Hope that you're able to find some of that space or something that really gets you into the right frame of mind for the day ahead. Today. I'm talking to you about crazy busy. It's one of the traits. Of the busy mind that we're talking about here during busy mind week. And the reason why I'm spending a whole week on the busy mind is because the first step? To changing. The constant state of business that we're in. is to notice. Noticing is. where it starts. Noticing is mindfulness noticing where you are how you're feeling what you're doing just taking note recognizing is how we begin the process of changing patterns. So crazy busy. First of all, what the hell does it even mean I'm so crazy busy. Oh my gosh. How many people have you met on the street in starbucks in traderjoes wherever you go and you the first things out of either one of your mouth I'm so crazy busy. Catch yourself if you say that. Note it if other say it and let's talk about crazy busy. Crazy busy isn't something that anyone has done to you. Crazy busy is a state. That we have chosen to be in. We choose to be busy busy is a state. It something that we acknowledge that we kind of cloak ourselves in. And wear as a badge of honor. But you can choose differently. You can choose not to be crazy busy. That's all. It's just that emphatic choice. First of all, I'm not knocking to tell anybody that I'm busy. Or if they say to me and I've talked about this before on podcast, go find them put them in the details. People have said to me. Oh my gosh you're so busy Blah Blah Blah. No I'm not actually. And really stops the conversation. I'm not busy. I have a lot to do, but I'm not going to take on. This. Absolute Insanity. Of being crazy busy. Because life is too short. As I walk amongst these. Beautiful fields just saw gorgeous hawk. The world is rushing nature is not rushing. They are just. They all of our friends are animal and plant life or just present. And we can be the same. Made at the same stardust. So for today. I encourage you. To notice your state. Of Busy. And to just pause. And recognize. You can get the same amount of work done. In a present state of mind in fact, you can get more done. Being inflow. Optimal State of consciousness. Is Supreme Presence and when in flow. Research shows we are five times more productive. So. How about? Instead of racing through life zipping from one to do to the next. We actually just show up for what we're doing. And we're GONNA talk about this more in the weeks to come. For this week. I encourage you to get to know your busy mind. Get. No. The states of busy the sloppy brain we talked about yesterday. The crazy busy the overthinking information overload, the autopilot. Crazy busy scratch those words from your vernacular. And an move in a way. That is slower. Calmer more present, more deliberate, more intentional. So I want I, want to leave you with is my system that I've adopted. and. I actually got this from my friend Steven Kotler who is flow expert. Good Morning. and. He suggests that we could. Really. Only. Get about seven things done a day. And so. If you list those things out in the morning. Seven it's hard. Let me tell you my my type. A personality wants to squeeze in more than seven. But I do on a piece of paper one-two-three line. Four. Five, six, seven. The. Top three or most important tasks. My Mit's the things that will really move me forward in a big way. The hard things challenging things the non important but so important. And then the four, five, six, seven, hundred, the admin stuff. The calls the appointments the has to be said. That way it keeps me out of crazy busy. It keeps me in presence and flow. Okay I am so at a time. On this walk. Thank. You for joining me. Thank you for reaching out and talking to me and telling me where you're listening to these morning messages. So just do it. Find me on Instagram Care Bradley Sixteen DM me. Join me join me for whatever I'm doing tons of links in the show notes. Thank you so much. My friend I hope you're having his glorious walk as I am this morning. Take care..

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"valley forge park" Discussed on On The Verge

On The Verge

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"valley forge park" Discussed on On The Verge

"Good morning to you, my friend Care Bradley coming to Hugh for my morning Walk One more time here valley forge park spectacular morning. I feel so blessed to be able to get out early and. And pull in this era and allow these. Trees to center me and ground me and stabilized me for the work day ahead. So. Wonderful to Kinda beat the day in get out and up. I hope that these walks don't interfere with my, messages? If you feel like it's just too much for me to be walking and talking then let me know Hey Keira sit still will you? I'm happy to do. Today. I WanNa talk to you about the word verge. You may know this already have maybe if you've been following me or read my book on the verge or maybe come to my yoga, Studio Verge Yoga, you may know the story but. I think it's an important one to. To remind you of. And remind me of and that is that the verge averge is a boundary. It's an edge. And it's on the edge. That we change and grow. Being out there on the verge now unfortunately. The expression on the vert. has is used so often in the negative on the verge of a nervous breakdown if you remember that movie. Women on the verge our. Country is on the verge of collapse right but I see it as different. I see it as being. On the edge of change where growth. And flourishing happens. So years ago many many years. My husband went down to the Ecuador to the Amazon and he spent a few weeks with an indigenous tribe. And he? When it came back he told me the story how they would be. Going down these tributaries in. in a canoe CA dugout tree bark right tree trunk. And they would stop. At certain places along the way and they've been pause there. And maybe have a snack or water, but it was at these places where the indigenous. People that he was with would pause to almost pray. And these places these edges of land where to trip tributaries came together is called a verge. and. It's they are on the verge. Research shows animal life and wildlife? Thrive. There on the edge on the boundary where ecosystems come together. There is flourishing. There is thriving. And when I heard that term many many years ago. I thought Oh, my Gosh, I wanNA live on verge. I WANNA live there. I want to know what it feels like to be on the edge of change. To. Be Right there at the precipice of growth in challenge. And so I. named. My Yoga Center in two thousand and four Verge Yoga. For that reason to create a space where people can flourish and thrive. Just. Like that place there on the Amazon. So so much of what I do. And why do it is to? Live right there on the edge. These morning messages for me or Averge 'cause I just go for it. Right. I don't know what's coming out of my mouth I have an idea direction and then then I just write it. Because I trust that right there on the edge. is where I'm going. I may fumble, but it's where growth is happening. So where are the verges in your life? Where do you live on the verge? How do you live on the verge? We can do it mentally. A mental practice, we can do it emotionally immolation ship. Right. Our relationships can be verges where we are called to step up to open up to accept to allow. Or to challenge and physically, of course, we can challenge ourselves physically right there on the verge. Not, blasting ourselves out of the water but just enough so that we start to feel the tremble we start to feel that aliveness and it's they're on the verge my friend where we feel most alive. And this is what I based my whole book on its honestly what I've based my whole professional life on and it's where I live personally I wanna live on the verge and I wanna live on the verge with others. It's it's really part of the makeup of my my new mental wellness business. Where we partners? Are Living Together. In In the space where we are growing tremendously. Where we are thriving and listen if you WANNA work with me. Just reach out that's all you have to do. DM or email and Let's talk about how we live on the verge together. If you have your own verges, let me know I wanNA hear. Where you live on the Verge And let's do that because this is where we come alive when I come alive, you come alive. When you come alive, you help others come alive. and. My Gosh we all need that right now. Okay. My Time's. Take care..

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On The Verge

On The Verge

05:54 min | 1 year ago

On The Verge

"Good morning to you, my friend Care Bradley coming to Hugh for my morning Walk One more time here valley forge park spectacular morning. I feel so blessed to be able to get out early and. And pull in this era and allow these. Trees to center me and ground me and stabilized me for the work day ahead. So. Wonderful to Kinda beat the day in get out and up. I hope that these walks don't interfere with my, messages? If you feel like it's just too much for me to be walking and talking then let me know Hey Keira sit still will you? I'm happy to do. Today. I WanNa talk to you about the word verge. You may know this already have maybe if you've been following me or read my book on the verge or maybe come to my yoga, Studio Verge Yoga, you may know the story but. I think it's an important one to. To remind you of. And remind me of and that is that the verge averge is a boundary. It's an edge. And it's on the edge. That we change and grow. Being out there on the verge now unfortunately. The expression on the vert. has is used so often in the negative on the verge of a nervous breakdown if you remember that movie. Women on the verge our. Country is on the verge of collapse right but I see it as different. I see it as being. On the edge of change where growth. And flourishing happens. So years ago many many years. My husband went down to the Ecuador to the Amazon and he spent a few weeks with an indigenous tribe. And he? When it came back he told me the story how they would be. Going down these tributaries in. in a canoe CA dugout tree bark right tree trunk. And they would stop. At certain places along the way and they've been pause there. And maybe have a snack or water, but it was at these places where the indigenous. People that he was with would pause to almost pray. And these places these edges of land where to trip tributaries came together is called a verge. and. It's they are on the verge. Research shows animal life and wildlife? Thrive. There on the edge on the boundary where ecosystems come together. There is flourishing. There is thriving. And when I heard that term many many years ago. I thought Oh, my Gosh, I wanNA live on verge. I WANNA live there. I want to know what it feels like to be on the edge of change. To. Be Right there at the precipice of growth in challenge. And so I. named. My Yoga Center in two thousand and four Verge Yoga. For that reason to create a space where people can flourish and thrive. Just. Like that place there on the Amazon. So so much of what I do. And why do it is to? Live right there on the edge. These morning messages for me or Averge 'cause I just go for it. Right. I don't know what's coming out of my mouth I have an idea direction and then then I just write it. Because I trust that right there on the edge. is where I'm going. I may fumble, but it's where growth is happening. So where are the verges in your life? Where do you live on the verge? How do you live on the verge? We can do it mentally. A mental practice, we can do it emotionally immolation ship. Right. Our relationships can be verges where we are called to step up to open up to accept to allow. Or to challenge and physically, of course, we can challenge ourselves physically right there on the verge. Not, blasting ourselves out of the water but just enough so that we start to feel the tremble we start to feel that aliveness and it's they're on the verge my friend where we feel most alive. And this is what I based my whole book on its honestly what I've based my whole professional life on and it's where I live personally I wanna live on the verge and I wanna live on the verge with others. It's it's really part of the makeup of my my new mental wellness business. Where we partners? Are Living Together. In In the space where we are growing tremendously. Where we are thriving and listen if you WANNA work with me. Just reach out that's all you have to do. DM or email and Let's talk about how we live on the verge together. If you have your own verges, let me know I wanNA hear. Where you live on the Verge And let's do that because this is where we come alive when I come alive, you come alive. When you come alive, you help others come alive. and. My Gosh we all need that right

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"valley forge park" Discussed on On The Verge

On The Verge

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"valley forge park" Discussed on On The Verge

"What an extraordinary privilege it has to be alive in this moment. It is almost overwhelming. How carefully we have been chosen. To be awake and alive right now. I sit with you today my friend in Valley Forge Park where I am most mornings for a walk. Where I find so much inspiration from the natural world. The Woods in the grass and the birds. And it just struck me today. and. It has in the past but I don't think I've been able to verbalize it what a privilege. It is to be experiencing this massive massive change. In Our world. And the amazing thing is it's not just one of us. It is all of us. All of us are being stirred awake. All of us are being disrupted. Every single one of us. Has Been inconvenienced in. Some way. Of course, more some more than others. But in some way, inconvenienced world's changed routines completely thrown out. Own My. Gosh. And so I as I sit with this almost too big. Too Big a statement to really. Hold in my little being. As I, sit with this, I just. I. Just. I'm compelled. To. Commit myself. To not wasting time looking backward. To not wasting my time trying to make things the way they were. But to allow myself. To step forward. Step by step. On new ground. In. New Territory. In uncomfortable and unfamiliar. Realms of being. How you. Now, this may be like Cara. You're just a little too out there. And I know that sometimes I go. And I mean not make sense. But I, I have a feeling. That, if it's my soul speaking to me. I'm able to speak it then perhaps it will speak to your soul. Beneath Your Thinking right now. So, there it is. May We not look backwards? May We recognize the privilege of being alive right now. Maybe, we just hold that. For, whatever it means in this moment, put it in your pocket. and carry it with you into your day. And perhaps it'll. Whisper to you and your ear and make sense to you at some point today tomorrow next week next year. It's a privilege for to be experiencing the massive disruption of our collective consciousness if we hold on too tight to the way things were. We may miss the opportunity to express ourselves in our own unique way. Right now. And that expression comes through in an infinite number of ways. I can't tell you what your expression is. It could be just the way you drive your car and I seriously mean. To teach others how to be more mindful. It could be in the way that you that you. Run a meeting, it could be in the way that you care for your child. We each of us have a unique. Divine expression. A creative intelligence. That is just Poking at the. Door. and. So in this time at this time in this moment. Can you just sit with that and trust? Your expression is ready. It's ready to come out and if you been doing it, it's ready to come out even more even more boldly uniquely. Even more spontaneously as I spoke of yesterday. So recognized the privilege. The profound -ness of what we are living through. Check it out if you continue to turn backward. And try to put things in order the way they used to be there's no order. Allow yourself the freedom. And step into your courage. To Walk. Into the unknown uncertain unfamiliar. Territory. I can't wait to see what you do. Because, I know if you do and I do and we all do in in even and even a little way. As world. Is going to change for the positive I just know it. So. Thank you. Thank you for listening to the call. Thank you for tuning in. Check in with me. Let me know what you're feeling how you're feeling. Go down to those details. There's lots of ways to connect with me and I look forward to hearing from you. P Well my friend..

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MORNING MESSAGE | Its a Privilege

On The Verge

05:18 min | 1 year ago

MORNING MESSAGE | Its a Privilege

"What an extraordinary privilege it has to be alive in this moment. It is almost overwhelming. How carefully we have been chosen. To be awake and alive right now. I sit with you today my friend in Valley Forge Park where I am most mornings for a walk. Where I find so much inspiration from the natural world. The Woods in the grass and the birds. And it just struck me today. and. It has in the past but I don't think I've been able to verbalize it what a privilege. It is to be experiencing this massive massive change. In Our world. And the amazing thing is it's not just one of us. It is all of us. All of us are being stirred awake. All of us are being disrupted. Every single one of us. Has Been inconvenienced in. Some way. Of course, more some more than others. But in some way, inconvenienced world's changed routines completely thrown out. Own My. Gosh. And so I as I sit with this almost too big. Too Big a statement to really. Hold in my little being. As I, sit with this, I just. I. Just. I'm compelled. To. Commit myself. To not wasting time looking backward. To not wasting my time trying to make things the way they were. But to allow myself. To step forward. Step by step. On new ground. In. New Territory. In uncomfortable and unfamiliar. Realms of being. How you. Now, this may be like Cara. You're just a little too out there. And I know that sometimes I go. And I mean not make sense. But I, I have a feeling. That, if it's my soul speaking to me. I'm able to speak it then perhaps it will speak to your soul. Beneath Your Thinking right now. So, there it is. May We not look backwards? May We recognize the privilege of being alive right now. Maybe, we just hold that. For, whatever it means in this moment, put it in your pocket. and carry it with you into your day. And perhaps it'll. Whisper to you and your ear and make sense to you at some point today tomorrow next week next year. It's a privilege for to be experiencing the massive disruption of our collective consciousness if we hold on too tight to the way things were. We may miss the opportunity to express ourselves in our own unique way. Right now. And that expression comes through in an infinite number of ways. I can't tell you what your expression is. It could be just the way you drive your car and I seriously mean. To teach others how to be more mindful. It could be in the way that you that you. Run a meeting, it could be in the way that you care for your child. We each of us have a unique. Divine expression. A creative intelligence. That is just Poking at the. Door. and. So in this time at this time in this moment. Can you just sit with that and trust? Your expression is ready. It's ready to come out and if you been doing it, it's ready to come out even more even more boldly uniquely. Even more spontaneously as I spoke of yesterday. So recognized the privilege. The profound -ness of what we are living through. Check it out if you continue to turn backward. And try to put things in order the way they used to be there's no order. Allow yourself the freedom. And step into your courage. To Walk. Into the unknown uncertain unfamiliar. Territory.

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"valley forge park" Discussed on On The Verge

On The Verge

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"valley forge park" Discussed on On The Verge

"It. Could warning from my? Hike. On Valley, Forge Mountain actually mount misery I am on Mount Misery in Valley Forge Park. I've been wanting to do this just to grab my voice recorder and come and do something spontaneous with you for a while. So thank you for joining in with these morning messages. They are have been for me just an UN leaching of creativity spontaneity Tearing US I said yesterday and a lot of God a lot of like, ouch. Do I really want to put that out there who listen? Maybe you can hear the water as a Britt. Creek here. So what came to me today was to chat with you a little bit about aliveness. And about glimpsing aliveness. All of the things that I talk about a really coming at awakening. Awaking- awakening out of your busy thinking mind so that you can directly experience the brilliance of your life. And we take different turns. We look at this this gem from different angles, and so that's why why it may seem sometimes like I am jumping around. But really what we're doing is we're just changing perspective because there's no one path. There are infinite number of paths to waking up out of the the dream state of your mind. So. Being in nature for me. Is One of those paths that I take daily that I have to take daily because it it plugs me into. My sense of aliveness like nothing else I mean there's other things. But A, but nature's just so predictable. So glimpsing aliveness is simply. Allowing yourself to be with what is. To be with the gravel beneath your feet in the green around you in the sunlight peeking through the forest and the smell of summer the sounds of birds without having to. Label anything without having to. Analyze anything but you just start to melt or Mesh with the moment as it's unfolding. This is the process of awakening. And we've all had these moments. Every, single one of us if you've never sat down to meditate, it doesn't matter. You've had this experience. And I just want to encourage you to develop this capacity. To glimpse your own aliveness. To pause moment to moment so that you can. Hang out in the experience as it arises as it emerges. and. So it may be through music cooking may be through yoga. May Be on your run Maybe be in your car by yourself who knows. It can happen an infinite number of ways. When we start to pay attention to the glimpses of aliveness I talk about this I write about this a lot my book, and it's really informed my life just just recognizing glimpses. Moment to moment sometimes, we get caught in the thick of our mind. oftentimes we caught. In the thick of our mind to the news feed and what the world is kind of. Barrage us with. But then there are those cracks in the wall right Leonard Cohen says, that's where the light shines through there are those moments between moments. There are those precious. the the smell of coffee, the the site of Sun hitting the top of the trees you know the catching of somebody's is holding it there. The these are glimpses beyond the veil. Beyond. The veil of the thinking busy judging doubting fearing mind. And so I offer you a piece of my walk here as I. Look around. Bucks playing around. I hear the birds water and. You know it's just to be with that's it. Nothing. Special nothing profound. This is our birthright. It's our birthright. To recognize our own aliveness in the life force that moves through us. So. How do you glimpse aliveness? and. Once you start noticing you're gonNA start noticing more. And once you start noticing it more. then. The these moments. Start to if you're lucky start to lengthen. And the duration of these glimpses. Start. To. Become longer. And it's then in these glimpses in in a longer glimpse that you start to really hear. Your Voice. Your source, your source intelligence come through. I felt good I felt really good i. wish you were here with me what you are. Thank you for joining me. Thank you for engaging with me. Thanks for checking out the details. I've got lots of other ways that you can walk with me and work with me. I am developing a team of amazing people and I'd love to have you along for the ride. If you're interested just checkout project P well. Put Your in. We'll chat take care..

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Glimpsing Aliveness With Cara Bradley

On The Verge

05:26 min | 1 year ago

Glimpsing Aliveness With Cara Bradley

"It. Could warning from my? Hike. On Valley, Forge Mountain actually mount misery I am on Mount Misery in Valley Forge Park. I've been wanting to do this just to grab my voice recorder and come and do something spontaneous with you for a while. So thank you for joining in with these morning messages. They are have been for me just an UN leaching of creativity spontaneity Tearing US I said yesterday and a lot of God a lot of like, ouch. Do I really want to put that out there who listen? Maybe you can hear the water as a Britt. Creek here. So what came to me today was to chat with you a little bit about aliveness. And about glimpsing aliveness. All of the things that I talk about a really coming at awakening. Awaking- awakening out of your busy thinking mind so that you can directly experience the brilliance of your life. And we take different turns. We look at this this gem from different angles, and so that's why why it may seem sometimes like I am jumping around. But really what we're doing is we're just changing perspective because there's no one path. There are infinite number of paths to waking up out of the the dream state of your mind. So. Being in nature for me. Is One of those paths that I take daily that I have to take daily because it it plugs me into. My sense of aliveness like nothing else I mean there's other things. But A, but nature's just so predictable. So glimpsing aliveness is simply. Allowing yourself to be with what is. To be with the gravel beneath your feet in the green around you in the sunlight peeking through the forest and the smell of summer the sounds of birds without having to. Label anything without having to. Analyze anything but you just start to melt or Mesh with the moment as it's unfolding. This is the process of awakening. And we've all had these moments. Every, single one of us if you've never sat down to meditate, it doesn't matter. You've had this experience. And I just want to encourage you to develop this capacity. To glimpse your own aliveness. To pause moment to moment so that you can. Hang out in the experience as it arises as it emerges. and. So it may be through music cooking may be through yoga. May Be on your run Maybe be in your car by yourself who knows. It can happen an infinite number of ways. When we start to pay attention to the glimpses of aliveness I talk about this I write about this a lot my book, and it's really informed my life just just recognizing glimpses. Moment to moment sometimes, we get caught in the thick of our mind. oftentimes we caught. In the thick of our mind to the news feed and what the world is kind of. Barrage us with. But then there are those cracks in the wall right Leonard Cohen says, that's where the light shines through there are those moments between moments. There are those precious. the the smell of coffee, the the site of Sun hitting the top of the trees you know the catching of somebody's is holding it there. The these are glimpses beyond the veil. Beyond. The veil of the thinking busy judging doubting fearing mind. And so I offer you a piece of my walk here as I. Look around. Bucks playing around. I hear the birds water and. You know it's just to be with that's it. Nothing. Special nothing profound. This is our birthright. It's our birthright. To recognize our own aliveness in the life force that moves through us. So. How do you glimpse aliveness? and. Once you start noticing you're gonNA start noticing more. And once you start noticing it more. then. The these moments. Start to if you're lucky start to lengthen. And the duration of these glimpses. Start. To. Become longer. And it's then in these glimpses in in a longer glimpse that you start to really hear. Your Voice. Your source, your source intelligence come through.

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"valley forge park" Discussed on On The Verge

On The Verge

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"valley forge park" Discussed on On The Verge

"It's picnic time. Going totally right turn here. But I WANNA share. The joy of picnicking with you to ask you when was the last time? You went on a true picnic. Like. I'm talking blanket. Basket if you have one napkins, forks knives, tubs of food. At a park. On a beach. Something different. But where you're actually sitting on the ground sharing meal. With a loved one friend social distancing of Gore's. But really. When was the last time? You just went on a picnic? I want to encourage you to do that. I picnic often I picnic last night my husband, and I decided just to grab our food grab some chairs little more comfortable. But to go out to our park nearby our Home Valley forge park watch the sunset. And you know it was just. Delightful. We stayed long after the sunset. The colors of the skyward just tremendous. We were silent for some. We had music on for at other times we. Dropped, into deep conversation. And it was so healing. Picnics and being close to the earth. is so healing and especially at this time. Why not try something different. We're being hauled to change. The world as we know it has changed. and. So. Allow yourself to be changed by this new world. And to do things that are. Unlike what you've done in the past ten years. and. A picnic can be a great start. I'd love to hear where you've picnicked. I'd love to hear what you brought. I'd love to hear your experience. So the impetus for taking this picnic last night was that I had a really rough day. It didn't start out rough. It started out. Great. I was on fire in the morning had a good workout started my work. I was kind of checking things off you know. And then I hit a an obstacle and a technology obstacle you know in that stuff happens and it My Gosh it it. Stops us in our tracks. I was having trouble uploading something to YouTube. It was taking an hour to upload something that was fifteen minutes and usually just do it all the time. and. Then one obstacle after another technology technology looking stuff up on google watching youtube videos to try and figure out what was going on. I'm sure you've been there. And it's almost like my entire. World changed. My energy changed my my breath changed might mood changed. And it was the rest of the afternoon and I was stuck in this spiral of. frigging technology. And my husband recognized it and he was like, oh my gosh. We got to get out of this. You know because there was no resolution in there still is no real resolution this morning. But when we can recognize that, we can't get ourselves out sometimes by just trying to push through enforce through. That we actually need to remove ourselves. And so I'm so glad that he. Recommended a picnic and so that's what we did. and. So oftentimes, we need to just change gears. Schiff things completely. To be spontaneous to do things that we've never done or haven't done in a long long time. To really change our energy and so we went out to the park and sat and I was still agitated my system because our nervous system when we get hijacked like that, it's a call the technology hijack you know when something's not working something You know when one of your systems dies like your phone dies your computer dis whatever. It hijacks our entire body. Oh my gosh it's it's a terrible thing. and. It really took a few hours for my neuro. Chemistry. To come back into balance and I'm so glad I did that because I slept like a baby last night. So when you feel hijacked. Take a right turn. And do something different. I recommend a picnic lunch dinner. Who knows you could take breakfast picnic I've never done that. Thank you so much for listening to this morning messages I hope that these are. Supporting you in some small way to take charge of your energy to trust your brilliance to recognize that you have everything you need to live a magnificent life, and sometimes all we need is just a little nudge in the morning. Thank you again for joining in and please be sure to check out the show notes I offer loads of links and ways to walk with me and to work with me take care..

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"valley forge park" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

12:05 min | 1 year ago

"valley forge park" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"He's also host of the Purple Pants. PODCAST bryce welcome to the show. Welcome thank you for having me. Yes we in the bill that Philly in the how so first question at the gate. CHEETOS tax I'm GONNA pass on both of them. I'm Jim steaks or or at the lafont road. Those two places are so overrated on the pants on both of I appreciate you saying that because I personally enjoy. John's pizza in frazier sure. Do you eat a hoagie. I do eat a Hoagie now. I I love me and Italian Hoagie and you know from this area you know Y Y is like the best from the best and what about while pickles. Oh my God yeah. I have the day which you know while pickles did. That said grew up eating on their delicious. I can't get enough of it. How many times is a child? Did you go to Valley Forge Park I would probably say like twice on the school trip. How many times did you go to the Franklin Institute Probably like one hundred. My stepdad was like a free catch to train and like walk from Thirtieth Street station to the frankly so over a hundred times so many any type of you've seen the Liberty Bell I'd say like seven. Do you say you saw something or you saw something with. Sa L. L. L. Thaw at they. Al Thaw agreed to you. Say They played if tournament or a tournament They played in tournaments tournament. Oh I see tournament would you say that your radiator blew up or your radiator blew up Allowed the aftermath different parts of South Philly in rock Friday with Iraq. Either I would say I probably would say radiator as well so oh you made the decision to go on survivor year. A social worker. I agree with you. I think you're probably extremely well versed in reading people. I think that they were very smart to cast you. What made you decide to go on the show Apathy huge fan of this show. I had started watching when when I was in college and there was I forget what these maybe like. Season that team twenty and there was this season with this player called to repeal. She's like African American AARC woman and she just looked like a family member of mine. And I'm like wait a minute. Why is my eyes? Are- out there playing some however And just the game itself is like the TV you show. It's like every great reality show like the hip hop you know that just you know everything has its got the competition it's got the TRAUMAS got love interesting veterinary show before seems to read on. I was like I'll never wanNA play but being someone like looks like me. That could be a family member. I'm like no wait a minute. If I'm out there I think I could play and so I was like I always say it's not a matter of like if I'll play. Survivor is a matter. The Win I'll play survivor and especially I've never seen a player like my fellow openly. Gay Black Man who so colorful yet would The charismatic can be properly. But you know also know Yvonne. I've never seen a player like me before so I literally spent in the tate and they called me back like a League later. Amazing so what was the time period between the time that you submitted application to the moment that you started filming and what was the time jobs so my situation was a little different. I actually like fencing. A tape And they already have my cast writings to go But I guess they wanted something a little more spice I would say I probably send in a tape. The end of March I heard that like Um April And I was probably on the beach I think July. That was a pretty short turnaround. What did you bring with you anything anything at all so I didn't really just the clothes on my back? They rely very particular about like you know we had to send in being. I'm and they will approval. Be aware but yet just literally the clothes on my back. What did you miss most while you were gone I missed food and I missed water. how much weight did you lose. probably lost. I was only out there for eleven days. I probably lost about fifteen pounds. So where did you go to the BAFFERT. is a thing called Aqua dumping the cleanest when you don't have for the people who are totally right in the ocean catch the momentum of the waves. Were you at all worried about your smell. I know that's a very important part of your life smelling great. Did you feel like you smelled like a dead body while while on the show No I don't because the eleven days that I was out there like action. I like my undergarments. My socks and I make sure like every day. I got an ocean. Though you know smelling is a big thing for me so I just know the cast mates melt little phone K- but I was good. Were you attracted to anybody on the show with you No on this show at the time but you know not instagram of Pop. And then you know people how to catch the angles. I'm on my calf number. Were quite attractive. What did you think about the physical challenges? Were they more difficult than just the the mental part of the game. No I was ready and so excited for the physical challenges. The only thing that I wasn't prepared for is being sold you hydrated and mannerist You know I'm a runner so I generally run. Maybe like five miles like twice a week but for run five miles l.. and not eat anything in the last two days and like drunk glass of water is definitely something I was not ready for. Does this make you hate the beach. It does not make me hate the be it makes me hate grade For the first five five days out there Green Street and I never I still have like Tgif when it rains because just sleep in the rain sleet and the rain. And all you folks on my God I cannot wait until tomorrow morning on combat. `Bout in the never comes out. Yeah come on rain. Do you ever still feel like you're playing the game in other words when your work all the Son Year strategizing how to take the other CO workers stone. You like to sleep on the floor apartment all the time I feel like like I'm playing Survivor now always sleep in the bed. That's another thing. I don't miss being boots but always there's a group of like three people. I'm like wait a minute. Who the my lines and words you know we don't have we've got one copier so I got to make alliances with my friends so I'm like all right? You're going to let me what you've done because I don't want that because Betty will be there for thirty minutes to make duplex bill yet. It's a real theory at my job. Though I always feel like I'm playing for my friends or you still watching the show. Have you been watching the season I do watch. I haven't missed the season since I've been all and when you think about this season thus far This season I is a lot I think controversy is taking over from this season. And I'm just excited to hear about with these of forty will break. And what do you think the show has missed thus far. WH- Is there an aspect that you wish that they would bring to the show I do wish that we saw more people of color on this show. I wish we saw more like people of Color L. Jew community So I just wish to show was more diverse. Definitely come a long way but they still have a very long way to go. I agree with you know what other reality shows. Are you watching because I know that. Oh you love reality. TV I watch a lot So I'm all up to date on the housewives franchise I do Belinda apple in the challenge. I've double the Devlin like Below deck What else in my watching? I'd like brother. Amazing Braz- I I liked the voice I like I like it all. There's this show fifty in I'm a fast with love after lockup on TV. Growing the hip hop love and hip hop Yeah I'm I'm I'm on it. Are you single right now I mean I feel like single is relatively unique perspective by our single yet. Is there anybody on current reality. Show that you would be interested in dating and if so ah do you WANNA use this as an opportunity to sort of put yourself out there. There's no one really but I mean I love all the I I call him Daddy. The A. D. D. Y. Daddy's Reality Show have so many different issues on it so it will be hard for me to pick from. It's like a SMORGASBORD. The of the real housewives that you watch who is your favorite and who needs to be kicked off the show immediately. I mean I watch a lot of housewives. We're going to go online. That I would definitely say is my favorite. If we're going to put so meek I definitely would say just aller CAIRNER my favorite. If we're going to see I. The Light Camera A very big fan of The Oji even though Vicky then been demoted to a friend of the show if we're talking New York I'm here for the Countess. And then you bring Jill Amran back if we talk in Jersey. Obviously I'm here for Retha though I mean there's a couple of HP OPT not out there. Do you have a problem with new housewives who come in pretty hot like they WANNA take over the show I don't I just don't there's there's just so many new housewives that are just one five fif- like you know being in new housewife because being a new CO worker at work. You gotta be new for a while. Sometimes they come in ready to take the camera time the be all extra. I don't have time for that yourself. When drama happens let it happen but yeah like there's a there's a pecking order no your plate and would you be open to dating somebody currently in prison so that you could appear on an upcoming episode of Love? It felt like you've listened to my podcast. I mean what I date someone to be on the show. No but if I were eighty someone and you were incarcerated in love after lock approached me. I would say yeah with Sahab Right. Yeah you know I haven't I've got like a ex-lover have permanent part three. Didn't we still keep in contact. And I actually talked about it on my podcasts. And I'd love after lockup producers definitely Li- worse out really now as far as survivor goes you have said I'm a very loyal person and I keep my word however I can turn into a person eating vetch that will play you before. You can play me. Do you still feel like post survivor. That those words ring true they do but also I On a road to a better. Bryce you know self care stuff world self estimate and so I I try you know and today's Bryce. I would like like to think that you know still turned into that that there isn't any time but you know she just don't come out As often as she used shoe. So I am more reserved and I a lot more things. roll-off my back. And you know I try to take the higher role but you know Oh my patients at times can be a little thin so your time.

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"valley forge park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"valley forge park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ever closer to the finish line he left his closest competition in the dust last year's winner let me set this season miles seven and here he is yeah breaking the two hours and eight minutes on official time and that was W. CBS's Marla diamond earlier today from the finish line in Central Park near joyful and Jeff Kaski of Kenya was a woman's winner in an unofficial time with an unofficial time I should say of two hours and twenty two minutes and by the way it was her first marathon is five forty five a Connecticut police officer has retired due to his connection with a violent far right group officer Kevin Wilcox has been a proud boys member and made payments to the group leader the group is known though for violent clashes at rallies the lawyers committee for civil rights under law called for Wilcox's removal from the department after it inquired about his social media connections with other proud boys members will **** said he was going to retire in December anyway but he revised his plans East Hampton police chief by the way says that will **** is proud boys membership did not violate apartment policy department policy a rare revolution era rifle stolen nearly fifty years ago from a museum case at Valley Forge park has now been recovered the two hundred forty four year old Christian or to rifles soul.

"valley forge park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"valley forge park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Being surprised at the Tewksbury Country Club with a baby shower wives and girlfriends of Bruins players and coaches are handing out gifts and building relationships with the moms to be including Brianna noni a soon to be military mom there's so generous the people here are just so lovely feels good it's it's very empowering Morton Monaghan is the co founder of all but baby a company that makes baby strollers and car seats for children they handed out strollers to each family on their way out and explains what it means to give back just to be able to get back in this little way and make their pregnancy and expecting their their newborns expanding their families a little bit easier for them is it it's a terrific opportunity for us to take things into expiry Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston's news radio a man rescued from a capsized boat off Connecticut has died the seventy foot boat overturn your middle ground roughly halfway between Connecticut and New York three men fell from the boat before being rescued and taken to Bridgeport hospital a fourth man pulled from the water was in cardiac arrest he was pronounced dead at the hospital the incident is being investigated by the Coast Guard also in Connecticut of a police officer there has retired because of his connection with a violent far right group officer Kevin Wilcox had been a proud boys member and made payments to the group leader the group is known for violent clashes at rallies the lawyers committee for civil rights under law call for Wilcox's removal from the police department after it inquired about his social media connections with other proud boys members will **** said that he was going to retire in December anyway but revised his plans east Hampton's police chief says Wilcox is proud boys membership does not violate department policies it's four forty eight the breeders Cup took a serious turn with the fatal injury of racing horse Mongolian groom making at the thirty seven horse to die at the Santa Anita racetrack since December of thirty seven horse to die on this track since December casts a dark cloud over one of the sport's brightest days the breeders Cup if they are abused then there's a problem if they're not abused in its nature the Ross so may have won the six million dollar breeders Cup classic but Mongolian groom made headlines when the horse went down with a fractured left hind leg on the final race of the day and that's Jack Ryder reporting the path to finding a cure for HIV is complicated to scientific articles were published last week the study by scripts research Duke University and the national institutes of health said treatment involves the development of antibodies to shut down HIV strains artist party is creating a vaccine findings will be published within a year a rare revolution era rifle stolen nearly fifty years ago from a museum case at Valley Forge park has now been recovered the two hundred forty four year old Christian or to rifle was sold in nineteen seventy one what was on display at Valley Forge state park a collector purchased the gun from an auction when he discovered it was stolen it was turned over to the FBI and it was returned to its rightful owner the Pennsylvania society of sons of the revolution the organization is allowing it to be put back on display this time at the museum of the American revolution where Scott Stevenson is the president and CEO to have this example you come out of obscurity and to be able to share it with the public is just absolutely the name W. Goodwin is carved in the rifles wouldn't stop museum curators are working on identifying the individual some exhibit for CBS news Philadelphia in Germany the city of Dresden has declared a **** emergency the city council warns that a far right movement is growing there the declaration though is more symbolic according to a city councilman there are currently no legal consequences Dresden is a capital of Saxony a far right party won a third of the vote there in recent elections two hundred years after the invention the stethoscope is facing some serious competition the future of the stethoscope is in jeopardy because of ultrasound smartphone paired devices that allow doctors to see in addition to hear what's going on and a patient however Dr Martin Slepian.

"valley forge park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"valley forge park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Finish line in Central Park a Jocelyn Jeff Kaski of Kenya was a women's winner in an unofficial time of two hours twenty two minutes and by the way that's her first marathon a Connecticut police officer has retired because of his connection with a violent far right group officer Kevin Wilcox has been a proud boys member and made payments to the group's leader of the group is known for violent clashes at rallies the lawyers committee for civil rights under law called for Wilcox's removal from the department after eight inquired about his social many media connections with other proud boys members will **** says he was going to retire in December but revised his plans east Hampton's police chief says that will **** is proud boys membership by the way did not violate department policies a rare revolution era rifle stolen nearly fifty years ago from a museum case at Valley Forge park has now been recovered the two hundred forty four year old Christian order rifle was sold in nineteen seventy one what was on display at Valley Forge state park a collector purchased the gun from an auction when he discovered it was stolen it was turned over to the FBI and it was returned to its rightful owner the Pennsylvania society of sons of the revolution the organization is allowing it to be put back on display this time at the museum of the American revolution where Scott Stevenson is the president and CEO to have this example you have come out of obscurity and to be able to share it with the public is just absolutely the name W. Goodwin is carved in the rifles wouldn't stop museum curators are working on identifying the individual Domitilla for CBS news Philadelphia two hundred years after.

"valley forge park" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

10:48 min | 2 years ago

"valley forge park" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"valley forge park" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"valley forge park" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"valley forge park" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

09:18 min | 2 years ago

"valley forge park" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"valley forge park" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"valley forge park" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"valley forge park" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"valley forge park" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"But we talk about doughnuts. I ice cream. Donut girl, we talk about some more favorite donuts in there as well. And this adds I did mention that you deserve a round of applause extra special tree because you have soldier through some tough times in January. But luckily, we're not talking about January twenty nine thousand nine hopefully, that's a blip on the radar and by the end of two thousand nineteen it's a it's a memory a that out of our heads and all that good stuff. But we are talking about twenty eighteen and we're talking about the positives. Twenty eighteen and this part seven is our best experiences of twenty eight. If you guys have been with us for the whole seven part series. You know, we talked twenty eighteen travel stats twenty eight team travels Perla Tibbs our best meals at two thousand eighteen are beer twenty eighteen our best desserts. Twenty eighteen our best coffee and wine. I did that little out of order. We talked about that as well. And now finally it's all culminating in best experiences, and that can mean anything, right? It could be a special day could be a special trip special week two weeks. Who knows it's really, you know up to us. There are no rules. We're talking about best experiences. Some of mine are like one specific day or one specific thing and some of them were little more free flowing. So let's just hop right? Into it. Interesting enough, and you guys know the rules. We do not know each other's lists. We do not collaborate on these before answer. I have no idea what had is going to say. But interesting enough, we we made a list each of us, and like how many do you have because we always try to have the same number or something like that. How many you have? She's like I was like I have seven two. So is perfect. So I thought you had eight oh, I have seven. Okay. Well, there everything I just said take what I said. And pretend that it didn't happen. It's perfect because you should have one more than me because you're going to start off any no what you had we had seven desserts. But then at the end of that podcast you through in an extra right? You had one extra Lazarus getting back to me. So all right. I've got seven you've got eight. So you might have eight plus I haven't honorable mention this is your showgirl this now that you're better looking at you all feisty like January is almost I can see, you know, the horizon, and it's looking good. Okay. My honorable mention, and you know, this is kind of basic because it's about fall, and it's about going to the pumpkin patch with weight and just having those experiences in general of false. I guess that makes me basic, although I don't really like pumpkin spice latte as and I hate pumpkin pie. But I do low. I've always loved fall. My birthdays in fall. Wits. Birthdays, also in falls since we have the same birthday. So we just had a stroke rate time being home and doing all those fall things we went to Valley Forge park on a beautiful fall day. Some great pictures in the leaves in headwinds birthday party was just you know, a great time. So that was very Mead farms, pumpkin fast. We're trying to go as a kid. So, you know, it was just I love doing that taking on the, hey, Ryan just doing those things that you don't really do that often. I mean, maybe you do as two single people without children. But it was when we had wit and last year he was like a so we didn't do anything. We just kind of hibernated for the fall..

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