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"zero three months" Discussed on Telugu Kathalu
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"zero three months" Discussed on Top 5 Comics Podcast
"The textures off of peacemakers helmet is hilarious. Really cool the sorry the dialogue. That peacemaker has it's just so funny his his his little quarrels with amanda waller. He's like that. Your plan is to trip. The speeds to her with a branch like simple as it is but it doesn't work obviously but his his banter back and forth and then of course like you said meeting in the laundry room for you know she thinks it's a controversial and like no. That's not what we're here for. It's really clever. And then of course i love town. I wasn't big on cornell's when it happened until it finished and it was like. Wow this is really good. I missed i missed the high because i was like. They're doing too much. I remember telling you this is too much is too much. And you're like just hang on i did and it was totally worth it and i love talent. I think he's great Branch is hilarious. Yeah it's it's what a suicide squad should be funny well written as well Really really good art and that a great i'll final panel of reveal has written a bunch other books with like younger characters and things. He's a decent writers good Josh knowing about suicide ball so the teen times academy we read like what four zero three months ago at least to go. Yeah two or three visits. The same story. Is this the same character. We've come a couple without one more issue of titans happen so we still who it is right. It's the same. Yeah it's the same guy who is is wearing the costume. it's the same character I really dialogue was good. You know like like to saying it's very crass back to like then interesting human streak to it I don't i didn't know who some of these characters were gonna. What's his face. Johnson is going to be in the movie. And then i i didn't know that this house I didn't even know that was. I think you'd really actually liked A it's a really good really great series first of all..
"zero three months" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley
"I feel like the more that i am preparing myself to have another baby. I feel like the need. The i need to like. Clean everything out and like makes not know. Are you already pregnant. And you're not telling anyone. This is how rumors get started. Just like i was joining teen mom two cast last week. I mean it does definitely feel like nesting which is so weird But i just don't understand like why. I'm doing this like i. It's like i need to go through stuff to make room to like bring something else home. You know what i mean. It's like right. It's the weirdest state to be n. And now i'm like. Oh wow when. I get finished podcasting. I'm gonna go upstairs in my kitchen. And i'm going to go through this battery drawer and throw away all the freaking batteries because the people in my house last week to put partially dead batteries and their including myself and then when we go to get a new battery wonder why she doesn't work and it's like it doesn't harder and then put the batteries in the charger. So i sent you yesterday off of amazon. That i am just going to fix this problem altogether and i'm just going to order chargeable batteries. And we won't be having this problem. I know a lot of people probably don't have this problem. But it's a big problem. My house so That's what i'm gonna do whenever we get finished podcasting and then hopefully at some point during this twenty four hours. I'm going to go into my storage and start pulling out like blankets and stuff. That i had for jackson that he used all the time i was thinking about getting those quilted maybe And turn those into a blanket but like only the ones that i use like very regularly and then shirts are talking about shirts. No like you know like my muslim blankets and stuff that i used when like the muslim blankets like the thin ones that are made out of muslin and they had like the patterns. On am yeah. I'll just send you giving blankets. Yeah like they. They're receiving blankets. But they're like me. They're calling muslim blankets I use those with jackson like until he like outgrew them basically so those are things like when i think of him as a baby like i remember those blankets. So i think i'm gonna just like make like a throw quilt or like something out of them. There's they have companies like on instagram stuff This girl that i just said is lincoln and my shirts too and she call you like. Not yes she. She does like a really good like quality quilting with them in a not knocking. Anybody else's that has this type of business but this one like i was looking for the perfect person to do these shirts. The shirt blankets and send you her contact. I would love that. Yeah and it's just like really really good quality. Because i also have baseball jerseys and like those types of things that i've been saving because i haven't found a company like they have all over instagram. But i just haven't found one that i'm like okay. That's the one that. I want to send my shirt jackson shirts to or like these baby blankets to like make something out of but then i'm kind of like at a point where i'm okay like eight years later. I'm okay to get rid of like onesies. You know that are zero three months old like it's okay So i'm going to work on that this week and hopefully be in a better place like the doctor's appointments will be over after this week my house. Ob clean and i will be like in business. Kale wake you won't be able to touch me. Oh i do not doubt any of what you're saying. I think i i know that you're gonna get it all done and then way i have to tell you this because it's seriously causing concern for me all.
"zero three months" Discussed on The Art of Online Business
"Big a deal. Yeah you could probably do a when to drop a nap. So by be struck from two naps to one from one to zero two nine apps. That's often a difficult one because parents start notify. These tend to drop them earlier than they than they should and should be something like that so that would be yeah so even potty training i mean it's a different thing it's it could be a side thing. Sorry that would be an add on. Don't get shiny object. It would be an add-on it would be an ad on. Because i think when i'm looking at the big. The older one. And i just wanted to have more rounded but yes so now stick to stick to the thing okay. Yeah if they if they say if they self select zero three months you offer them the upsell of an app guide and then the upscale again is for the full zero to three month program. Yeah can offer the nap guide for like seventeen pounds and upsell them into the full zero to three month for like forty seven pounds. Know what this actor People are gonna pay seventeen pounds for the nap guide. I don't know why in my head. I think probably tennis the most If it's something that. I just again it tests. Just because that's a guy will again don't we you want to think about the value of what that's providing so the value of getting your baby to take naps this right. It is a realize that it's a welcome respite right. It is a break that all parents need and also obviously the baby needs to right and so but what you do with that. Is you just test the pricing literally. All it is so if you think like i think seventeen little bit too high okay cool tests like nine dollars or seven dollars or something like that off because then what you could do is after you up. Seldom in two zero two three program. You could literally have another upscale if you wanted to into the four to twelve months. it's just a segment next week. Minting the fun difficult. Because i'm not sure how to do that from the texts. Tech perspective I don't think you're able to do it in a job now. The other thing that you could do. Is you just run ads. That are speaking to these three audiences. Yeah meeting separately. So like you've got one campaign that is your zero to three months campaign and all of your messaging. All of your copy is speaking to the first time. Twenty five to thirty.
"zero three months" Discussed on Bodega Boys
"Your bro. Yeah yeah yeah throw. Just awesome like environmental like yeah. Listen we throw away a lot of like bottled water and cans and shit like that. And there's a there's a. There's a a return machine right bader thing like we might as well just like take him and i was just like no i was like no i was like i grew. Say five zero three months. You want to stay in. You know who's dumping them. I was like fucking the johnsons. That are trying to earth conscious motherfucker. You adult feedback back there. And she was in. A parking lot was like l. shape so to the supermarket and then they got say like you like why does it smell like pee over here and it's not is come. They find a bottle of the p. And they got dump it out dump it out. Joe is not worth it. It's not worth it not at all and bottle. Deposits jerome between once every six burnside bro. Soon as you step on black worth a mommy iota funny yo. You get off the train at once every six the birds. You're going to smell that motherfucker. We it's hard. Just turned sim city into a bottle deposits. Does it smell like piss yet when you walk by and you it looks like state basic sensiti with bottles everywhere with the lights on is so jarring homes. I mean this. This is a couple short his amateur. Like we'll drop you off here. I'll be back low key. I wanted them to turn into studio or whether it turned into a wild. Not gentrification style apartment but there's no flex luxury condo at keeping sin city since somebody got someone eagle by cincinnati by the old happy lan and by a rikers. No this is terrible. This is this is what are we doing stupid.
"zero three months" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy
"Instead of a form our conversion rates increased like fifty percent bike massive improvement in conversion rate by converting floor into a answer three questions and then put them in contacting phil and the questions are then what what happens with the questions they get a response. They get a rating back on how they did on the quiz. So so There's a company out of work on the west on the west coast they do Like outer landscaping natta form. What type of landscaping you want. When he looking to start. Your projects Something else then contacted bow and at the top of the former said thousand dollars a five thousand dollar project camera with the offer right like a decent oppor then. We changed it through a question based quiz nick. Berg like i dunno. Let's say four percent and that was a quick so buttons and say when you started project zero three months one two three bill lincoln and then it's like what are you trying to do. You like click the thing and then you click it again and then said you you qualify for thousand dollars off thousand dollar thing. It says like you want it. Everybody wins the same offer. But like you qualify in this psychology clicking. Nothing's getting the thing and cutting your insulin. It literally double version. And i don't know the exact metrics the quizzes on facebook for your conversion rate sauce. You put on a quiz you. I mean it just works quiz to your site that that has that much of a drought dramatic impact. You literally just swapped the contact a quiz quiz questionnaire tons of data points like you can do a fifteen form. A fifteen hundred form through a quiz like people will will go through the entire thing because they're like committed to this and it's easy here's clicking buttons and you're saving all the information yeah you can't your logic you can send them to places. You can amortize alone with their software. It's super advanced You can do anything you want. But it's powerful idea. You know. I even it's called each hug it Leads huck lead lead. Hook leads hook dot com..
"zero three months" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief
"Make that happen you've got to feel safe. You've have really good connections. You've got to feel like you have a sense of your values and purpose. So let's start to break all these things down and then if we're doing that over time now he's got a measurement stick because measure this every thirty days. We can actually see change happy. That's i was thinking kind of like you can get that baseline for somebody where they're first starting out and then you can measure them six months later a year later whatever and actually see some improvement. Hopefully you're not and nc how someone is doing. Yeah we learned over time The the best internal for seeing change was right around thirty days really interesting. It took us a while to get there you know. We kind of started out the zero three months six months nine months twelve months but what we found was in early recovery. We tend to make change fast It's like this hurry up change. And then it's kind of this slow process of change and cesaro. We tailored it down to thirty days. And what we can see inside. Thirty days was a little bit more of a calibration towards more minute differences. That actually let opened up some pretty fertile ground for for some growth conversations that we wouldn't have had otherwise right right so So you're so now what you're doing then is your concept and that you can provide to treatment centers to use therapists. Maybe to us and are beginning to be used is. Yeah we've got a. We've got about twelve or fifteen different providers around the country that are currently using it were deploying it in a couple of different environments One that is primarily focused on housing homeless but with an under pinning of addiction treatment because at the primary issue Yeah and it's it's being deployed in different ways in these various organizations some are simply using it as a background. Passive pulse measure ride. They're not actually actively engaging in the results with people and others are deeply into it You know we get the results and we immediately dive in We set plans. Some organizations are using it to actually build treatment and recovery lands others are. you're just using it to measure. Long term outcomes for organizations is is pretty much been found that having the more recovery capital. You have the better. Your chances are remaining clean. Yes so we didn't. We didn't know the answer to that exact question right. i think. that's the theory. The theory was if remain if you build recovery capital will that help you remain sober or absent or the other way around if you remain sober capital l. build recovery capital so One of the things. I learned in a lot of this process was when you create an instrument like the p. h. q. nine which actually measures anxiety and depression symptoms or other instruments like the audit in the dust. So if you go into any kind of provider today. They're going to ask you those. How many alcoholic drinks have you had in the last thirty days. That's that's.
"zero three months" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"Tj show presents delicious. you nowhere. Rio three just surprised everybody by dropping three zero three months. I kiss a little. Like i had a couple of by the i thought were really good. They seem to work well with that. Cash this new song is called lonely machine. Giving your jeans t-shirt underneath your boyfriend. He's still got beef. give partic- he's saved. Please take it for free cheese. Thank takes it for me. Please weird like that line. You tell your boyfriend. If you've got beef you'll have heart disease kind of weird but i'd like it. I didn't realize how old they are now. I've never seen them seeing them in a video right now. I'd like to hear the entire thought they were. Yeah i mean i forget. How long ago was that. They had that single. That was big about the boyfriend. One beef the ever. That was i like them. they're fun. Yeah that's what we need is fun to hear the rest of that and then this is kind of fun. Wykeham county in washington. They're having to other meetings online because the coronavirus pandemic and accounting councilman named been ellen. Boss has faced a few tech problems. He's a farmer. The internet connection at his farm near ferndale washington is less than ideal. So this is what it sounded like when he joined the budget meeting from his barn late last week. He's thinking he's thinking. I'm currently in the barn circa better connection out here with. That's what happens when the people of the fifth fifth district elect a farmer. So you're gonna some cows. He's done that. Cows selling like directly behind him thinking. What cathy's thinking stone bus I'm currently in the barn. Could better connection out here getting the job done. That's all accounts real farmer taking care of the people and being a farmer all at the same time wasting words currently currently why would they connect you be better in his far in his in his barn than in his house. I assumed he's got like a sick barn. Like yeah regular barn. Thank y- probably an office an office in the bar. I gotta thing. I got its own router out there. Gosh that would be amazing bedroom stairs. Get out of your house. Go out to the barn Probably gonna bar in it. tv room. Yeah since man cave as they say what a dream you just have to smell. Hey when you're up there. I don't care for that but whatever barn with no animal. Regan still has the desire to be a farmer. I think it's one of the most Yeah absolutely hard work. True genuine work and then Yeah you get to relax at the end of the day and get a good night's sleep and living a farmer or rancher. i say. I don't know enough about ranching farming either. Would you grow if you're a farmer. Corn chickasaw that. The only you could think of war fees fell. There is a new beer that is being branded and advertised. As i knew redneck craft beer. But i'm telling you as someone who comes from a long line of Self respecting rednecks. Not that i am one. But i come from a bunch of them. This is not going to be anything. That true redneck. Whatever want any part of. But maybe i'm wrong. We'll let you make the decision coming up next coming up at nine. Ish share plenty live on decent. Tj bust available exclusively at ace tj dot.
"zero three months" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Today ten British theatre survived the cave lockdown. When Boris Johnson asked the public to stop attending better. Many of us didn't think about how dramatic that single change would be. But for artistic directors like Elizabeth Newman. It was instant. Just very quiet and theaters, and not meant to be quiet. They're meant to be full of people who met be full of people. Grooming with ideas, those people include vast audiences. Thirty four million of us go to the fair to each year, but since covert hit, that number has been zero. Three months on the industry is teetering on the brink of collapse with fears. The even when theaters can reopen, social distancing will make it impossible for them to survive. Without power, seventy percent of these will be closed by Christmas, and they be able to reopen. We can't survive by selling only one ticket in two or three. Because, it won't pay for the weekly costs. How many do you fear might close this year in the worst situation if there's no old most of them? From The Guardian I'm inish Gristana today, focus is British bitter about to go out of business. After the second world, war. The government did not just pull money into health and welfare as it tried to rebuild society. It believed that people emerging from such a terrible period also needed the opportunity to ask great arts and culture. So in nineteen, forty six, they set up the Arts Council of Great Britain that began investing theater all over the country. Including the Pitlochry Festival theatre in the heart of Scotland. Seven amazing man could Jon Stewart decided to post. All the won't be brilliant to stick attendant. IMP loughry and make some.
"zero three months" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"Inside or Projectile Edgy. Meal DOT COM. Send me your audio. You can also leave. A message on the hotline. If you leave a message on the hotline on the Voice Mail I'll add it into the into the podcast. I love doing it so email once again. Instrumental Project at G MAIL DOT COM. Yeah we'RE STILL WE'RE STILL DOT COM. Era IS THAT COM- for computer COM FOR COMMMENDABLE COM for compuserve limit limitless. What'S THE COM for? What's the come communication interesting communication? So when you think about the DOT com it's dot com communication. You never know you never know do you. Never you never know which way it's going to go. In this instance you go to inspiration project at G MAIL DOT COM. Email me your audio. I'd say four minutes is pretty good. You can call me up on the hotline five six one two zero three nine one seven niner yelling. Those people getting excited him. Getting excited will call now. Hold your horses Combo Right. Hold your roll all right right right. So can we phone call leave it on the message? Five six one two zero three nine one seven nine five six one zero three nine one. S- uh ninety five six one two zero three nine one seven nine or bundled alone pom Pom Pom Pom Pom Pom POM POM POM POM O. Five six one. Five six one five six one two zero three up two zero three two zero three zero five six one two zero three nine one nine nine one seven nine. Nine ones Nine five six one two zero three nine ones The nine or sake what five. Six one two zero. Three months The nine five six one zero three nine one nine years. You're going to love now. All right to niners it better you could..
"zero three months" Discussed on Front Burner
"You're talking about waiting this out. How long conceivably could we wait before? We're talking about our session here. We may already be in a recession. We we won't know for several months. Generally we don't find out that we're in a recession until several months after the fact if not a full year but what. I spent a lot of today thinking about is anyone immune because in my view. Almost nobody is immune from what we're experiencing right now. But who is better positioned heading into two thousand twenty? We just about everyone else. Wrote an outlook saying the US consumer is in great shape. They have record. Low unemployment rising wages plenty of savings and a low amount of their income was heading towards debt each month basically for me to call for a US recession. I'd have to imagine a shock that took a regular strong good old fashioned plain vanilla healthy. Us consumer with plenty of money. Good savings and a job that suddenly made them stop spending money radically and quickly the cove nineteen shock is exactly that type of shock. It's like it was custom made to really pinpoint the weakness in the US economy. Which is you have to slow the consumer which has no other motivation to slow. Make people stay home? Make THEM NOT TRAVEL. Make them stay home. Make them not travel. Make them more hesitant on making purchases. Everything from should we get a new couch well? Stock markets are down my retirement portfolios little. Let's just wait. Let's just wait honey. You know these are the conversations that are happening now Canada however we have a different conversation which is yes. We have also near record low unemployment. We have rising wages but we have very low savings rates and a lot of our money in fact the most ever out of our income is heading towards debt so we as Canadian consumers are much more susceptible to that shock. And so what could the Canadian Government Do here first of all. Let's distinguish between funding put together for Public Health Infrastructure. Which is really important and really a public health concern. And then there's how do we stem the damage in this economy. So first of all has to be quick because a lot of fiscal policy takes several years to work their way through the system. It has to be something that literally people see at the end of the month or even week so that can be transferred to people who have been affected. It can be people who have You know have to stay home. Because of the virus being compensated for that measures we take will include but not be limited to supporting workers and parents who have to miss work in order to prevent the spread of the virus supporting our excellent healthcare system. We are prepared to act and we are it can be things like payroll tax deductions though. I suspect that's what we're moving through and it can be support for individual businesses. Who are told if you run into challenges as firemen. This is how we're going to support you on. Nobody's coming to eat at my restaurant because everybody's staying home. So maybe the government will give you some money and I have a cash transfer so this is pretty radical stuff right. This sounds a lot like this. Modern monetary theory or universal basic income. I was just thinking university. It's so shocking to me. Because all of these topics that we thought were taboo like de Globalization. No let's let everybody in and talk Universal basic income giving everyone a cash transfer. No that doesn't sound right to me. Monetize debt central banks going zero. Three months ago. He'll go into zero. You mean the interest rate is zero zero. Worry money for free for free or imagine this negative interest rate. We'll pay you to borrow money right. That's insane three months ago. These were theoretical constructs that someone would ask me about once every couple of weeks and I give it to sentence answer to now. We're facing them head on as the true solutions to a pretty sizable economic shot. And what was taboo? Even a few weeks ago is now becoming a mainstream economic recommendation from even the most plain vanilla economists which I consider Myself Wow..
"zero three months" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
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"zero three months" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Anymore and I said speak social. I didn't even know jingles of those for for what. for my my new meme. rational spouse happy house. all right you jingle writers out there you are hereby summoned. we will make you famous world famous. they prefer jingles. so what you just said you know what I have to indoor here in my ear phones do understand folks it is a form of harassment that that is not normally noted. bizarre it's called bizarre herself sexual harassment bizarre arrest. all right let's see what you folks have to say about this. Zack in Sarasota one of my favorite areas hello Zack. thanks for the call then it you called me so you can thank me for the call thanks thanks for taking my you're welcome. so for my perception I think you need to date as person for at least two to three months and I would even say you would need to live with the person for eight five before you would really know that's that's coming from how I met my wife the Florida that when you buy the better my first week in town we dated for a couple months I moved in with her and then I need to after about two months after living with us for you know couple weeks and figured out how she lived in how she operated out I knew at that point should be about life and two years later we were married that was three months zero three month old baby well it's a great story. you will be very interested to know the following statistic which it. I think is universally acknowledged among those who study marriage did you know that people who live together prior to marriage are more likely to divorce than people who did all right I it is one of the few statistics that is counter intuitive and I didn't. I didn't think that all you thought as you did living together. is it is a better idea you know just to get to know somebody that much better just as you said do you know why people who live together are all are more likely to divorce because they are less likely to break up before marriage. then people with equivalent problems who don't live together. that interesting I think that that makes sense it does make sense yes that's that's the reason I accepted it it made sense. if studies don't make sense I don't believe them but anyway that's that's not germane to my topic. but he he's he supports my theory it was a few months that's right that's what I think. I would say you know somebody in a few months if there are are you sue somebody could put on an act for us for six months but it's so rare. that is that ability to do so. but it can it can happen. yes I guess somebody could act for five years then for that matter. but I I if if somebody wants to get married. it is it's not a. it's not rational. to date for a war for you for years it's not rational. somebody may be afraid of marrying afraid of commitment but but that's right that's.
"zero three months" Discussed on Kingdom Mom
"Are you ready to take back. Thank your territory kingdom mom. Let's begin taking moms and welcome back to another episode of the kingdom mom podcast y'all. I am pretty pretty darn excited about these episodes. I know i say that all the time but these ones y'all. I just have to giggle so these next four episodes so our with my dear friends ecksteen harms worth <hes>. If you don't know exte- nut she is the founder and lead global educator educator with x._m. H beauty and it's a cosmetic brand that she founded herself and it's all for those of you who are always wondering about my makeup makeup. Watch me on youtube or facebook <hes> extreme as the one who taught me how to do my makeup serve. You need help doing your makeup go to x._m. H beauty dot com but a- in these episodes extent i recorded these actually about a month ago at the time that i'm recording this intro right now and we got done recording these as episodes and we were both just like amazed at how powerful they were. They were like i. I literally cannot wait for you to hear these but we also said you know. I won't be surprised if we actually lose some followers from this us. If we actually lose some viewers and yes we you might be like what the heck are. They going to talk about in these episodes but the truth is is that <hes> we were just super honest and open and unapologetic in these episodes and i'm actually excited because i do feel like if we do <hes> lose any followers it will be because god is pruning our tribe so that might sound a little harsh i <hes> but it's the truth and exceeding was like you know what i'm just. I'm ready to share my truth with the world and <hes> yeah so if you know ecksteen she's all about that shock factor and you're definitely going to get it in these episodes so i'm really excited <hes> i'm. I'm actually kind of excited for the feedback from these so i'd love to know <hes> semi a message. Send me a d._m. On instagram at hoping hoping homeschool semi those emails adleman at hoping homeschool dot com. I'm super excited to hear <hes> the feedback because while there might be some negative feedback. I actually think that these episodes are gonna set. Some women free so let's get started are right right so we are here with the amazing ecksteen a- harms worth. I'm so excited that you are joining us today. A ecksteen <unk> as you know have been friends for several years now and i've learned so much from her. I literally went from not knowing anything about doing make up to it being able to be camera ready. <hes> like be able to be <hes>. You know ready for a photo shoot just doing my own makeup so i'm super honored. That ecksteen is here today today. Extent can you start out just by introducing yourself and telling us a little bit about how you even got started in the beauty industry. Yes will thank you so much for introducing me on your podcast and actually inviting me to be here. I do not lightly. Don't take the audience slightly either <hes> to be frank your audience women who are about our age and just a smidge older <hes> women who have a passion. Thanks for having a beautiful home creating a beautiful wife managing stress. You know <hes> carving out their life the way that they warn it those are jam. Those are my peeps listener girls and so i don't take revenge invited me here as nosy. Thank you so much and i love what you're doing so <hes> your question was have nearly get started in. It's funny so many people ask that but it released started when i was a little kid like i've been in my chosen career since i was a child which is kind of nuts <hes> and and like most things in the in the market and the entrepreneurial world it actually came out of a space of like oh god. I need this all great innovation. I think comes from great need like for example your coaching program program. You are a resident expert in all things <hes> homeschooling bombing managing a household and creating well because because you needed to figure it out you know our greatest pains can turn into our greatest moneymakers and so you desperately needed to figure the crap out. It was a source of stress. It was a pain. It was just a source of frustration for you. That was beauty beauty for me. I grew up in a family of <hes> gosh. I think i had it's funny. How how do we not nervous. I think i had five <hes> stepsisters half sisters etc and i want to see thirty cousins just on one side yeah a lot going on <hes> <hes>. My grandma was a good catholic. It had a lotta davies in so group family with like tons of girl cousins and the genetics of strong. I'm talking about like beautiful big. Full lips like huge is just these girls. Girls were knockouts like since we were kids and in our home things were just a little different you now. I had this a bone structure and genetic blessing of my cousins however comma in our household we had a pretty jacked up set set up from like for me age until five <hes> my mom was a person who experienced teen pregnancy so she got pregnant with my oldest brother when i think she was eighteen or nineteen and she had what i think most mothers year and that is a terminally ill child so my mom amazing woman that she is she spent aunt's like her age nineteen subaru her late twenty s taking care of a child who was literally terminally ill when i say terminally l. It's not like he had like a couple of good years. Many like got leukemia or something. It was like from zero three months old. My mom noticed that there was problems and in our household with that meant was he was the first child and my mom was taking care of this person who you know it was feeding eating tubes. Oxygen tanks fifty percent of the time in the hospital. I remember the first like year and a half of my life before my brother brother passed away we had visiting nurses. We had hospice care inner house like that was our day to day and then <hes> you know after my mom had doc i baby danny. She had two more kids after that. Which was my older brother. Mike who was perfectly healthy and myself who as perfectly healthy and so when my brother passed away. I think my my parents both in grief. They just kinda. They had to manage their grief. Their own way and each one was completely opposite. <hes> they say that in marriages marriages with children who pass away you have like one of two scenarios either it drives the bond of marriage so strong that like there is no terry the family apart like ever in. There's really huge examples of that. I want to say <hes> there's like a a christian musician whose daughter water passed away in. It drove their family stronger. <hes> kark centers in lake near remember thinking lee yet but opposite liked like my family was total opposite like my parents could not deal <hes> my dad and mom ended up breaking up and there was like very minimal supervision in her home and for me as a little kid a ladder selves consoling with food so you combine you know parents who are a little hands off and really distracting their grief and you combine that with tailed trying to figure out how to navigate pain. How do i navigate that. Our whole house was like giant storm <unk> clouds just hanging over all all the time and insert low income and lots of crappy snacks and i became like i can as i grew up. I remember food just being the same just even even when when our story turned around my mom got remarried and she married this guy who was a wealthy there was still that desire for i just like i just wanted to be comfortable and i didn't know how to talk to my parents and say like when we talk about the fact that my brother died it we the conversation. Kids don't know how to navigate that. We don't know how to say we're uncomfortable. I don't feel safe. Something's wrong and so i just ate man like food that was it <hes> it matt turned into being i remember being in third grade and going to private school gloom where you had to step on the scale and i remember i probably waited. Wrenches may teacher. I remember writing down. The number was like one hundred thirty two pounds in third grade and i remember being notes so we do this. Podcast nike zealand's <unk> is a camera. You guys won't be this bad. Valenti's eyebrows just right. It's not cheap had like wait. As mitch is a full legrand adult in the nineties. I hit a bad perm buck teeth and i was the fat kid in like taller than all the boys in my class. It really messed with my identity to be honest because i didn't look like a kid actor about like second grade. I didn't look like a cat. I look somewhere in between screen like it. I don't know like an obese not quite teenager but it it it wasn't a good luck. I remember that feeling of <hes> <hes>. It wasn't so much competition because that didn't register for me. I was smart. You know. I did like all the extracurricular activities as i played sports. He knows like one of the spelling bee championship people every time dairy artistic you know was in the school plays got big roles it wasn't that i felt like i was competing but i just always fell out of brace and i felt like when those natural feelings of you start creeping up into like the tween age when kids have crushes on each other like kids at school. I don't know what your what your experience was but i remember like fifth and sixth grade people surgery having michael clasped waste browns or whatever and at season i remember <unk> thinking like no one would ever like eat like disgusting like it's just gross and we have the ingraham pool and when you know when my mom got remarried we were very fortunate like berry very very fortunate financially and we would have pool tardiness. Remember thinking like i'm like a freaking monster. I'm disgusting my swimsuit and all my friends you know. I don't know what the difference was. I don't know if it was a gut health thing or breath what because i had <hes> pneumonia like nine times back to back as a kid every winter pneumonia every single winter sure and when you have such infections in your body as a candidate remember every winter i had a massive round of antibiotics cheap she keeping out of the hospital so you combine the eating habits with core got health now. Remember always just wondering why am i fat and all my friends <unk> are like what happened to me and walking through the situations and just comparing it wasn't a competition because i knew that i was who smarts and it was kind of funny and captivating. You learned to overcompensate when you're ugly. Kid you know however her i remember thinking like oh my god when when it was time for people to start having boyfriends i remember.
"zero three months" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk
"Just see what happens. We'll see what kind of take it as it comes. And then we got a call for an eight month old baby. And we said, yes, right away yet. We just know right away throughout that list of questions. We didn't even know her name. We said, yes, because when they call you. They don't tell you very much eight-month-old. Right. You don't know right away. Right. And so you ask the gender the age, because he had to make sure you're certified for whatever age or gender are trying to place and then that's it. You don't know the ethnishity you don't know the villages background. Round, you don't know anything unless you ask. But we just said, yes, we can. And then as we were about to hang up. Oh, wait. What's her name? We didn't even know who should we be accepting with open arms, because we didn't know we were so ready for anyone to come from the moment. When you say, yes, how quickly does that baby? Come to you. She came to us the next day, yet me said, yes. I'd say almost she had a situation. She was at another foster home before she came to us, and she got her, so they were just making sure that she was okay. So she went to the hospital, so she ended up coming the next afternoon, and it was pretty much my biggest workday of the entire year. Our spring festival. In here is actually exam. So, so I went just weeded, and then we spend some time with her, and she took a nap and that's when you left for the festival. Well, the right. Yeah, I not all I remember is a minivan, pulling up and then turning around and pulling this beautiful, beautiful baby out of a minivan. Yeah. And just literally falling in love in that exact moment and just grabbing her and seriously. I can't just the amount of love. Yeah. It came into my body and my heart in that moment was just, I can't describe it to be on the right. It was pretty amazing. What what's her name? Bella, bella. Yeah. Which just so perfect. Right. Yeah. And so when they handed her to you, what was she like, you know, a feather, she was eight months old, but she was like swimming in a one that was wrote one zero three months. She was swimming in it. She was only thirteen pounds for duper light. Huge is she was so like welcoming, she came to us without crying, and the two of us are as as. Tearing up. And she just came right to us. But she it was so sad. She didn't know how to respond to her name or anything. She was just so willing, you know. And so that was the first moment, and then we introduced ourselves to the people who brought her because we didn't really like baby. Exactly. Exactly. Did they stay with you, or they're just like here's the baby and they take off it with your little bit by guys? Go. The training. They don't say too long. They, they come in, and like, check to see where she's going to sleep, even though we have like our home study, you have to have an annual home, study done, and they just like check to make sure those food and make sure those beds for you. You have to have a room for that. Yeah. Well, not for I think it's a zero three or two years eleven months they can stay in the room with you. And then they have to go into another room that makes sense. Yeah, I seventeen month old is still in the room with us. Yeah..
"zero three months" Discussed on Masters in Business
"I have it on my phone this time this is not me speaking although it's true i have a father of daughters and i will let finish the rest i'm the father of daughters you instill positive attitude what suggestions do you have to instill positive self image amongst daughters another great question and very important for me believe it starts yelling at believe it starts two months out the would i really do i was in a store will mention which wind and i saw the girl section and it said mommy's princess and daddy's princess and cute and adorable and i was in the boy and i went to the boys area and it said curious i'm a thinker i'm smart i can do anything and i was just like what you know and i would have never noticed it before that's why say it starts and this was like zero three months three to six months clothing so it starts now it starts in that positive telling your daughter you can do anything you can to be the best just the way we tell our sons and it's something i have to because i have a daughter and i need to make sure that i'm actively working on that so someone asked the question mom bring is real it is how do you do all that you do and how do you balance work in life it is real i i ride a lot of things down balancing work and life is easy for me because i made it you know i work from a have to be done at one at the latest usually but i wanted to be here with you guys but my everyday life i'm try to be done at one that wagon the rest of the day with my daughter i can take phone calls which is fine but as long as i'm at the house i'm good.
"zero three months" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
"France's outside his office we can show the video i man once that his driveway or zero three months reporters who were covering the mon discussion literally didn't know where his office was in many don't so the problem that the president's defenders have is they have nothing to argue against in every time moeller does something it comes as a complete surprise uh which gives it much more drama won't cower nothing has been leaked it's a total surprise these are some pictures of ken star back in the day let let so that famous cover of your old magazine steve thrills content this is the cover of ken star surrounded by reporters and that the title there's press gate and you add some critiques of the press really back then that they can start was driving the coverage of the store inquiry it sounds like it's very different this time yeah now the fact is you know that every reporter worth his salt me included when i used to write a bit the teamsters union and organised crime loves to get leaks especially leaks of grand jury preceded it is illegal for prosecutors to leak that so reporters love to try to get it but you have to go with any perspective admire guy like muller who you wouldn't dream of asking him or his staff to leak this stuff because they don't ken star very different story the leak like a sieve interesting steve stick around the taj thank you for being here and got quick break then on the other side a new venture to take on fake news.