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"anna louisa" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk
"Dot com such obt. Obt do it get that help I digress again but so irish out you guys because i figured you know okay. Here's a couple of people who talk to queer people about how they procreate. It's a hot topic to people who are queer and want to procreate but it's there's not a lot of medical information out there even for lesbian couples who have not been intervention or an. There's correlation here by the way to for lesbian. Couples are for people who have wounds. Let's let's put it that way. Trans man who have Unfortunately have a cancer diagnosis ryan have to freeze their ex. So this is not just impacting. Trans male procreation. This is about anyone the womb who wants to procreate right. So it's it's it's egg freezing technology in back in twenty ten. There were early early trials on this but it was highly unaffordable especially twenty one twenty two year old kid like myself and you would have had to have stored those eggs all that time to you if your ad pulled them because the difference in the egg freezing it feels like in this decade it has really changed a lot in the success rates. And all that stuff you know so it's like it might be spent all that money and it might not have even been viable gresham. Yeah also it adds even more time to the time you're waiting to perform this gender confirming surgery that you dine to half right. I mean yeah it was. It was so that this is really about ostrom. This first part was back in twenty ten and my doctor who i adored was a trans woman so she was very as well informed as anyone could be. She was w path board. There's a conference in philly. That happens every year. Which i am so sorry metrological out there. I can not remember what it's called. I guess Put that lincoln show notes. It still happens very famous trans trans medical conference but regardless so she was very well informed and i would still reshot to her and entrusted her with medical opinion to this day but she was like we don't really know it often does to the body. It's informed consent right. She wouldn't let me not do it. She was. She's choose trans sibling. She's very much informing me but like twenty two year olds again. Who is not doing so well. Mentally didn't care you know. Give gimme the to sasha and let me start of embodiment. 'cause i had spent my life disembodied and fly out and out of myself and so back to irish out to you guys again. I work in an industry that pays me well If i wanted to save up and have children be a single dad will have been doing all this frigging work on myself and i do believe that. When you do your own healing your reproductive tissue from an intergenerational trauma standpoint and this is not only esoterica. This is very much proven in science. Great author named mark wallin. Who has a book called. Didn't start with you. Which is essentially proves intergenerational trauma studies a lot of folks who come from people who survivors of holocaust who have psychological issues that are actually from their grandparents which makes sense you handed down. You handed out. I have been doing a lot of work my intergenerational shit and i was like oh my god i had this ovary. I wonder what's up with that. Like how would i go. The i don't have a womb. Don't have everything got taken out. I don't have vagina. I don't have any of the things that i was born with. And i've actually read produced so can can i speak about the medical part. I don't wanna be comfortable saying glad at we were happy to hear. Okay yeah i i feel for my trans guy that they're listening young dude like we know but just for for everyone knowledge. There are two options right now. That trans men have for what's called bottom surgery and just point out here for my people out there who are not trans. Let's not go around asking right trail. Ask their bodies is like my general rule just like for pregnant people. Don't touch bellies like it's kind of the same. We talked a lot of hands off me. The difference between voyeuristic questions and questions when people are in conversation and jamie i talk also a lot about how were opened in one way but then other people are not finding what people's openness are like. What would be helpful thing for someone to know. Just don't ask or just like if you bring up the conversation like what's what's the space for people to know. That is such a thoughtful question. And i'll speak for myself and for what i know from my sample size of actually. I know many many transplant. It's just like we're all to one percent of the of the nation right or trance. Which is a huge actually amount of people. Anything about thirty million. Yeah we all kind of like everyone to know that. Everyone going to the internet The in march when you are not the trans person. Let the trans person laid if they wanna to tell you what they wanna tell you. They're going to tell you it if you ask you are. Even if it's out of curiosity a lot of times i'll get questions from straight people versus people released traits people mostly around. I've got a trans blah blah blah. Can you help me blah blah blah. And i appreciate that and for the trans person. I personally me. Oliver will usually step in and say sure. But i'll have to preface it with like this is like this is kind of me and where i look. Very people are surprised. When they find out i'm trance and hide own identifies himself person. I i love that. I'm a trans person. So i want people to know that i am a visible trans person. Anyway all to say. I am more open. Not because necessarily the most open person in the world and actually extremely private. I want trans people's beauty to be honored differently. And instill this like novelist. Back to christine. Jorgensen there's still this voyeuristic like yeah gross. You know it's interesting. There's correlations in like in in race and ethnicity about leading the way and we just saw this new york times when there is. This argument around should black be capitalized. The the letter being of course it should be ready. You're honoring a population of people who have been completely marginalized. But you'll see it. People use to like. When i was growing up you would kind of go down when he said blat like a person. Yeah they do that with less explicit gel well that that's almost fire joke like cancer. You was your anything all the things that if you're not this straight rich white says person is like spurt yep and this shame shame that's the connotation yeah and also i don't know what to do with it as well they're afraid to say yeah like yes i mean. Today sometimes language can be land mine you know and we learned early on that intention matters but it doesn't matter your impact matters so it's just trying to. I sometimes find myself being just. Don't want to hurt anyone lake. I think all those things are wrapped up around it Let's talk about anna louisa jewelry. Here's why i love them. They start with recycled materials whenever possible they always use.
"anna louisa" Discussed on Murder In Alliance
"When he was five. The course of his life changed. David's dad was dealing with a lot of issues from his time in war. You know he was being their agent orange after agent orange and he was always telling the action from there and they said nothing was wrong with them and You know yes. And he committed to. He called you before he commander my gosh. What did he say he talked to me. Quite a few hours choose more or less just question everything like they don't really have friends and you know he was. He was to new south. And then you told me. He says. I'll be home saturday. And he system on now they one. Y'all car shown himself took me over twenty years to be able to say that afterwards family life started to spiral. David's mom was dating and found herself in bad abusive relationships and finally priscilla's parents took custody of david. He went on to live with them when he was six and they eventually raised him. He moved out water to live with them about fifteen minutes from alliance growing up. He said he was a happy kid and his home life became more stable with his grandparents. Ethel and david guess it would be. I would assume that you'd consider kind of boring. I didn't really do much worked. Kicked off with a couple of friends that i had had upon. Atv's out there her and hunter do whatever you want to do. So i would say david adequate life out there vicky. Priscilla sister always an animal lover volley gifted at humor. Even now when i see him in prison we are video visit him. We visit that guy feeling it all. We did good spirits the smiling and telling jokes a lot of friends. Vicky says david also had a strong work ethic although she says her parents spoiled him with cars and pads he was always a hard worker gift card. I think he could have made something of himself to have been pulled sort around seventeen in his junior year of high school he switched to a trade school. He was studying printing off. Set printing fear. And that's where he met of on lane. I am so excited to have anna. Louisa as a sponsor of murder in alliance ana luisa is a carbon neutral jewelry brand. They create fine jewelry starting with recycled materials whenever possible transparent business practices and small batches. That are kind to the earth. I totally love this is exceptional. murdering alliance. listeners can get ten percent off anna louisa. That's a oh you. I s a if you use the code alliance at checkout. I have a gold bracelet and it is super sleek. The craftsmanship is beautiful and it makes me feel good because i know that it was created the earth in mind and for me that is so important. Murder in alliance listeners can get ten percent off anna louisa. That's an a. o. U. i s. a. at checkout if you use code alliance. Their jewelry is sheikh time. Timeless and affordable starting at just thirty nine dollars new jewelry collections are released every friday. And i cannot tell you how happy i am about louisa. Goto anna luisa dot com slash alliance. And treat yourself and your loved ones and use my code alliance to get ten percent off. I absolutely recommend an louisa for yourself or for gifts for your loved ones. They're a great brand making beautiful. A sustainable jewelry go check out in louisa dot com slash alliance or use code alliance at checkout von was born just two months before david october ninth nineteen seventy-two to her parents tanya and sherman lane. She had two sisters and grew up in alliance. Alliance is in the northwest corner of ohio near west virginia and pennsylvania. The closest major city to alliance is cleveland about an hour away. Early alliance was manufacturing and railroad hub. You can still see remnants of this. Today it's known as the carnation city for the state flower by the nineteen sixties. The population peaked at about twenty eight thousand but it has been declining since at the time of ons. Murder alliance home to twenty three thousand people and about twenty thousand of them were white. The medium income for a household in the city was thirty thousand compared to the state at fifty-six thousand it's also important to note that murders alliance are rare on a bad year you might see two homicides but most years the city saw one if any vence childhood is basically a mystery to me. Speaking with the family has been virtually impossible and friends could really only speak about her and her older years. What i do know is that she grew up in a super religious jehovah's witness households with her two sisters as von got older. She started to rebel little and attract a lot of male attention. If you remember from the first episode. I did david. Von was gorgeous like model gorgeous. She had a kelly le brock from the eighties feel about her with thick brown hair and pouty lips at sixteen in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty nine oven had her first child. Anthony and from what i understand anthony's father is a man named jeff stout but it doesn't seem like he was much in the picture of on was young and her parents wound up doing most of the caretaking and raising of anthony but now a mother was looking to do something with her life so she decided to go to trade school for cosmetology and that's where she met. David david von went to the same trade school. He says he had seen her around for years and he was always struck by her looks wars. That's what attracted me in the first place. I just seen her at school. So whenever i talked to her in passing in the halls and that david says she was actually in class with the girl he was dating at the time and for the record. David was also handsome and kind and caring. He had the cars the looks and personality. I'd say david was also a catch to this date over a.
"anna louisa" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk
"Know things might not work out or there's lots of things to consider and when jeremy actually joined our relationship a little bit more formerly and we recognize that this was gonna be a long term thing. He moved into our home. You have to consider stuff like. Where's he going to sleep. So alan iran the primary bedroom and he initially moved into downstairs guest bedroom and that sort of sets up a dynamic that might imply that he's like an extra person has a not an equal party to. We made it very clear that we didn't think it was that way. And he actually said he wanted to preserve that space for himself and that was his choice. I since you know like check in like are you sure we could rotate through that room to make it very clear to all of us that this isn't there isn't like a primary relationship and secondary relationship. Some poly-amorous families are like that. There is a primary partner and then there's like really orbiting partners did not nesting is one of the words. It's used to your nesting partners. The when you live with and your other partners would not. There's all sorts of different arrangements. Ours is that you know. All three of us are in a relationship all three together. So it's not like your partner up with one that i'm just clarifying exactly. I mean. i just read an article on facebook yesterday about a couple and their marriage failed. I think yeah they got divorced and then this guy met another woman that he was really taken with and he suggested to both of them that they form a you know a triad and these are straight women so it's just him with two girlfriends and they thought it was awesome. They felt a great for like friend connection to each other and not non-romantic but they're both like partners of this man and they have this whole schedule of like we'll spend time with him on different nights time together and then we go out like sometimes they'll all hold hands and and You know catch some stairs for that. So there's all sorts of different ways to play could be really complicated. Ours is pretty simple. We're just you know. Think about a normal relationship and there's just three instead of two. Yeah robin yeah. Are you wearing jewelry. Yup yup i am. You like are my new annalisa earrings. I really love them. And i don't think i've ever seen you jewelry. I i like a company like anna. Louisa that starts with recycled materials whenever possible and they always use transparent business practices and they make jewelry in small batches that are kind to the earth. So how could. I not buy them good. I think those earrings very nice too much very versatile. I appreciate them. They suit you. But look i got these cool hearings that are a symmetrical see that oh different on each side and i will go means no. I can't wait to pair these with a nice blouse and a pair of jeans and go out on a date with my wife swingers. All right yeah really planned out but they do have all sorts of really cool pieces from earrings bracelets necklaces maxine picked out. Oh cool necklace that she really likes to and she worked to school today. She's proud. Yeah i mean. I like their pieces. I so they're fair priced with pieces. Starting at thirty nine dollars. Which i'm all about can't be spending all my money and jewelry k. That yeah listen folks go treat yourself and your loved ones. You're gonna go to ana luisa dot com slash.
"anna louisa" Discussed on Babes and Babies
"Kind of been going on the last couple years that That you feel like has inspired the growth in community young. When we last spoke. I was like holy cow. My my whole thing was just. I was focused on motherhood. I was a new mom. I had just had my daughter and that was kind of my whole life is trying to figure out who i was because after i had her it was like i was trying to be like understand who i was to be the best version of me for her and i didn't even know who i was. I was like well. I'm a mom. And that's about all i could say in so i started looking for things that made me happy and i've found powerlifting and Like that grew so much like in my heart like it was something i enjoyed so much in it with. I kept it to myself for a while. Would put my stories in like kinda share it rows like. Oh i just wanna share about motherhood and who. I am at five density But eventually it was less and less of my identity and i was spreading myself out to other things and opportunities and it just kind of made me realize that i needed to share those passions in those things as well that they were just as important and so i started sharing little workout videos little fun challenges and just sharing my fitness journey and it was scary for me because i feel like There wasn't much space to talk about fitness as a plus size person. That didn't talk about how much weight i was planning to loons. Like goal size It wasn't about that at all. And so it was kinda hard to navigate because people ask me all the time. I would post workout video and be really excited about it and they'd be like. Oh what's your goal weight. And i never really had an answer at first. It was like okay. Well it makes sense you know they see a big girl work now like you assume she wants to lose weight and the more that people started asking me that in assuming that that's when i was like i have to start speaking up. I have to start advocating for people like me who just want enjoy movement for what it is and what it brings to your life instead of just numbers skills and and restriction and so once i started sharing that i feel like it just it exploded. People started really sharing content and listening a little bit more And it's been incredible. Like i've been so excited with all the opportunities that happened and i just never would have thought that somebody like me would be given this type of unity. I feel like you'd normally see people her lot smaller than me. Talking about this in the people listen but if you see someone like me talking about these things. It's like if i can believe i don't know if i can trust somebody like you and it hasn't just been in this world. It's been in everything that i do. It could be something about motherhood it'd be something about my mental health everything always ends up revolving back in my body size in so some people might say well. Why do you talk about your body so much if you don't want it to be if you don't want that to be the conversation like you're saying we should look at other things other than appearance. What are you talk about it all the time and it's not so much about me saying it's something that has to be talked about. It's the actual underlying message. That needs to be talked about you. Know how we view plus is people in the world and how we assume things about them in their lives and it kinda holds people back in. So that's why. I've been just trying to speak up an advocate. Andrew share my life unsure how it's possible for someone like me in my size to be happy and to be successful and to just live authentically as so yeah. That's kind of that. I've been while that's so incredible. We're gonna take a quick break. So i share with you an amazing mother's day deal that you are gonna want to take advantage of right now and that is with anna louisa jewelry and i ordered a few pieces from them that i absolutely love and that would make amazing mothers day gifts so their mama necklace is so cute it matches with anything. I wear all the time also there medium gold. Hoops are one of my favorites. That i also wear all the time. And there's just a lot of amazing things about this company. In one of my favorite things is that all of their collections are released in limited run small batches once a week to ensure highest production standards and to eliminate excess waste. They are big on sustainability. they want to Celebrate the beauty of the earth and jubilee that they make without leaving a trace behind. So it's awesome when companies are taking that into mind But they have amazing pieces go to their site and scroll through and you can find the perfect mother's day gift on their Also another thing is that they are affordable and lasting ethically crafted Very timeless and sheikh so head to anna louisa jewelry to.
"anna louisa" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley
"At this point kristen she showed kristen my labs and she said i missed it. She said that in the like notes Poly cystic ovarian syndrome. Oh i didn't see that. I missed it for several days. But kristen was like kill and i was like. Oh wow but like no doctor captain david ho again. So i was like okay. So then they I find the doctor finally calls me and basically confirms over the phone. I have pcs. We do more labs where they're testing more hormones. Testosterone was really high among other things. And i guess getting the diagnosis. I was like i. I knew before he told me because kristen was like adding right like the my weight. First of all let me just start by saying i really believe that me being unhealthy not taking care of myself. Not taking care of my body was where it really manifested itself and again. I'm not a doctor. This is how i feel and my own opinion. I don't think i was taking care of myself. I got to a point where i was overweight. And then all the other things started coming with that now. I have creed and i cannot get the weight off so i like did a one eighty with my diet really started taking care of myself because i realized i got to like a really high weight that i wasn't comfortable with and i started going to do these intense fucking workouts like all them remember when i was posting about him and they were on. I was talking about it on the podcast with the band. My legs and then you attacks and you would be like. I am doing these hard workouts and i'm like really putting forth the effort but i'm gaining weight like powell pound and you kept going through the motions of like am i not doing enough cardio am i not doing whatever and then you were having this bleeding like simultaneously and all these other things going on so it was just like weird. How everything. it's like all these different things like coming together to be hindsight. Yeah and then it all made sense. Like i can't get the weight off my periods where we're now. It's weird because from the time. I got the diagnosis. I have no longer had super heavy periods. Now i just bleed red spot randomly throughout the month so it was and it's so crazy to macy from teen mom. Og sent me a t m package when we were in philly in october and one of the shirts was a green teal shirt. Like from and i've been wearing it consistent like i know. This is all crazy talk. But i've been wearing it. That's and says pcs on the sleeve and it's just like weird. Because i feel like everything is like. There's like a thing going on. You know i really quickly just wanna talk about anna louisa. I absolutely love their jewelry. I have a couple of pieces Do have the khloe ring which is a braided gold ring. And i absolutely love it. It's so pretty And i just love that. They have like layered adjustable pieces. They appendi- chains extenders. They have the whole nine These pieces are great for yourself or as gift to a loved one so i personally got them for myself. They offset a hundred percent of carbon emissions starting with the sourcing of materials all the way to the disposal of their pieces and they do limited batching ensuring the production standards while eliminating excessive waste exceptional quality. Long lasting pieces crafted with care from the best noble metals They offer a three hundred sixty five warranty to replace or refund any piece. That doesn't meet your expectations and the jewelry is fairly price. Which is what. I love as a mom of four. I just don't have the funds to keep up with the with really really expensive jewellery. But this is essentially luxury jewelry without the markups. Their jewelry starts at nine dollars and the ring. That i was like i said the khloe ring and it was under sixty dollars which i love so it just is so cute. It's pretty And it's affordable so the pieces like i said are.
"anna louisa" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
"Is like just surrounding them and their smokes. It's like they're in the space of bliss. The couldn't be further from the truth. Because what happens is when you sit. You know all your usual stuff comes up like you get distracted by thoughts of what you're gonna do later. Sometimes anxieties come up all kinds of different things. Come up and you practice to sit and not react to those things. And so what that helps us to kind of build a muscle of non reactivity In in all kinds of other moments which which is really beautiful and and if you want i can tell you about how that shifts the brain which is really fascinating to stay tuned for more mindful. Mama podcast right after this break so right now. I am wearing the cutest most elegant little huggy hoops that are the most amazing quality and they are from the sponsor anna louisa and their jewelry the hud these hugging hoops wearing their the suzanne ones. They're pleaded with fourteen carat gold on sterling silver with cubic zirconiums their superlight. They're really very high quality like attachment. I'm not gonna lose them. And i've been wearing them constantly because they are so elegant and super cool. I love that. Anna louisa as a sponsor for the mindful mama. Podcast you should definitely check out their jewelry. For a couple of reasons their carbon neutral they offset one hundred percent of their carbon emissions starting with the sourcing of their raw materials all the way to the disposal of the pieces. They make things in limited batches ensuring the highest production standards while eliminating excessive waste. they have exceptional quality. These are really long lasting pieces crafted with care from the best noble metals. They even offer a three hundred sixty five day warranty to replace a refund any piece. That doesn't meet your expectations..
"anna louisa" Discussed on Worst Firsts
"Was not a fan. It was just like it was just all you. He was my neighbor settling telling the stories. A little nerve wracking stiller neighbor. Now he moved away. Oh thank god yes. You just watches this walks. I haven't told the story in like two years. And i didn't remember it until this morning on the toilet. I was on the toilet. Big fat shit. You're all literally exotic. Remember that fucking guy. Speaking shitheads really yeah. I was thinking. I was taking my morning duty. We all do we. All do guys can't get over it girls poop. We fucked him. we take. I take bigger ships than my husband. Hello wow this was amazing. Thank you i lot. I gotta stay attractive. I love that little piece of information to keep it sexy. Got to keep the relationship a lot. My husband. Just after this podcast. Nobody i literally text my husband pictures of my shit. Do you do that. No one thing. I would you do if you just took a picture. There probably laugh. But i cannot have this for my murder bielema after i kill them dead. He wouldn't hurt a five. Oh yes it on his wall. That's hilarious no. I don't send shipwrecks you send him like period picks no none of that. No nothing gross. Nothing he'd be into it necessarily murdered blood stuff. He's actually not very just like wouldn't hurt a fly like literally wouldn't kill a fly so it's like sometimes in the beginning. I was looking to murder me. We actually went to the museum of death stare. Yeah that's if you live in. La guys the muslim of out. Close now forever. yeah but it closed before krona. Alec year there. They were building a new one out. Now we've all sorry. Keep your eyes. Yeah it's it was cool. Awesome very cool creepy but psycho stalker psycho stalker. I want to hear about okay. We actually let's take a quick break and you guys have to stay tuned. To hear about tara's psycho stalker. We'll be right back on worse. So i feel like there's a lot of jewelry out there and people were like. Yeah you know. There's so many jewelry options like. Why do i care about another brand of jewelry. While i'm gonna tell you why because This company anna louisa. You guys. i'm kind of blown away because it comes with a three hundred sixty five day warranty. Okay you don't get that with a lot of jewelry especially like jewelry that you find on instagram. And you're like that's so cute and then you buy it in three days later fingers turning green. Now that's not the case here so annalisa. Jewelry is first of all carbon neutral which is amazing. They offset one hundred percent of their carbon emissions starting with the sourcing of their jewelry to the raw materials all the way to the disposal of their pieces. They only do limited batches. So it's like the highest quality of jewelry that you're getting and like they said you know if you have any problem with it within three hundred and sixty five days you can replace or return it. No.
"anna louisa" Discussed on Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne
"Them like this is faltering so one thing everyone knows about me. I always have done a love legos. I'm obsessed jury uh-huh it's one of my staple it really is. It's it's one of your staples it's a thousand percent one of my staples one sixtieth of the reason. We're best friends. And i'm not gonna lie like me and ash. There's certain ads that come through that we just like eke out a little bit and this is definitely one of them because they said a story they did. And i'm telling you right now my sack chain necklace i got is like one of my faves and i will be wearing all the time so thanks so much. Ana luisa for partnering with us guys. Anna louisa offsets one hundred percent of their carbon emissions starting with the sourcing of their raw materials all the way to the disposal of their pieces. They have limited batches ensuring the highest production standards while eliminating excessive wastes. And my favorite part they offer a three hundred sixty five day warranty to replace or refund piece. That doesn't meet your expectations. Guys is confident. That of confident is a hundred percent. They know that you will love their products. I personally when i went on. I was so excited when they were like pick something. Like are you kidding. I've okay I ended up going with this really cute little gold. Hoop that had a little dingley pearl keys. And i think they're so cute and adorable and perfect for like a hair up moment. Y'all have you know what i'm talking about your girl and i personally love. Their jewelry starts at like thirty nine dollars. Oh my gosh. That's like nothing for georgia. Are you gonna love lola. I know you guys are all asking right now. Where do we go to get.
"anna louisa" Discussed on Relationship Advice
"We are aligned in terms of scores on these areas with different on these areas. But let's a conversation about what communication means to you and why your scores different to mine. That is a great tool and probably a good place. Even if someone has an idea of where they want to start to to run through that exercise with their partner in my my experience with a low couples i worked with his communication. Is the place that the relationship is often gone off track with because they're not talking about important stuff complaining to each other but what well early fundamentally it is not important and they're unable to express their feelings but you have the other elements are equally important and starting with communication and psych We can't talk about the other elements if we're not talking on the same page or clearly or with the same understanding there. It's going to be hard to address everything else or just going through that calibration and if your communication is like bad you know it's like i think we're a four and this and that and that's just not going to set you up for success so like how we're communicating just around getting started with. This process is super important. It is and being able to talk openly though the can be listened to by a ball. Israeli oltmans yeah. Many many couples. I work with a fine. The actually really liberating to express highly fail about something is something they hadn't been able to just got into this vicious downward spiral of complaints. I would like to talk a little bit about the growth element in that. What happens if a couple has a different view on how they want to grow as a person or within the relationship. And maybe it's evolved over a law like maybe somebody has been together for ten years and they've just grown apart possibly or just grown in different directions and they. They're seeing a little bit differently on what they feel is the most important way to grow within the relationship. How could a couple come together and discuss that and hopefully move forward positively together but before we continue on. we want to tell you about today's sponsors. Today's episode is brought to you by that are help after the year. We had in twenty twenty and coming into twenty twenty one. It's definitely okay to talk about our mental health in happiness. It's one of the benefits. I think of this whole time is that that's become a lot more of a focus of the conversation in. Were not meant to keep everything inside and therapy helps. And we've talked about therapy on the show but you still might be asking. What is it exactly well. It's really whatever you want it to be. Maybe you're struggling in your relationship or maybe. You're super happy. 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"anna louisa" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"You took funding being very mystery. I think with museums. The money's got to come from somewhere for them to survive and i think it's a lot of big money often has the shades in terms of of where it is. Come from more holidays. How these people have have earned that money will built it obviously to varying degrees and shade. But one thing. I think we will see more of. We've already seen it rising as commercial battery involvement with institutions as well and. I think that's something that probably come to next year. While a lot of the middle mile categories are struggling. Galleries can struggle survive. The big ones will probably be okay and is in their interests to have some their artists. And all these states that they represent in big institutional shows. And i think we might see more of those coming up in the next few years as we see more and more calories than underneath responses lists and things So yeah so. I think we'll see that. I'm a you say i think that the climate issue with the gallery coalition It's become something that the people are going to really think about with regards to fares they returned to in how they returned doing business too. And i think it should be. Another thing is being cancel culture as well as which is Been another issue. That's come the in the great this year and say the instagram account council arteries too. I think this been increased scrutiny. This year in terms of the conduct of gallery employees and gallery owners as well right the all all wrongly in very public forums. So i'd say that that's also seen a very kind of dominant theme satiny to the second half of the sierras while We'll be back with anna louisa and gareth in a moment but first here are some of the top stories on. The newspaper's website this week. Public museums and galleries in various parts of the world are closing again due to the pandemic london's museums and galleries closed their doors. On the sixteenth of december as the capital moved into the highest tear of covid restrictions or tier. Three in the us museums in boston philadelphia. And milwaukee closed those in washington. Dc had already closed their doors. Ammos on the west coast have been closed since march in.
"anna louisa" Discussed on Pop Culturing
"It's such a good also sawyers line probably hit me harder than Charlie's win. They were like a evangeline Miller. Kate said maybe she got rescued. She's like if she got rescue. Is it still playing? That probably gave me more themselves. Like Oh my God. They'RE GONNA. They're they're They're dead right off. The one thing I remember from watching the pilot is I really want to see like a a real non-real a show like survivor like they're just trying to survive and the minute. The supernatural came in which is obviously an enormous part of the show. I was like bombing and like Oh there you will. Though in the polar bear shows up in the jungle why still like. How did that polar bear get there? And how can it live in the jungle and that and I want to go back to the characters really quick because I feel like for people who have watched the show. And it's been a long time. Nee need kind of lets you be re acclimate their people. That's why we don't have to get super deep but we already started with Jack. He's the logical one and I read that he was supposed to die. In the first in the pilot he was. Yeah actually what happened was originally. They thought Jack was going to die. In after the first three episodes yes and they gave the the offer the role to Michael Keaton And McCain's obviously much bigger star than Matthew Fox and when Michael. Keaton heard that. Actually it might go for a lot longer. Michael Keaton backed out. Guidance made space from now. I've read. He was going to die in the pilot because he was going to be. The the smoke monster's first victim. And then Kate was going to be the center of the show. Yeah you could be. Yeah I would have watched that too. I like them. I cates a definitely one of my favorite catches other than Sawyer. But the thing. That's so great about the show. It's not like ray like it's not like if your main character you stick around forever like people dive really quickly people get introduced and one of what am I good characters the one that I really like ends up dying reproduce early. I DIDN'T WANNA SAY HIS BOON. Well that a lot of people died so jack is really are the figurehead. Right and then. Charlie's our heroes. He's our hero. But Charlie Charlie has a whole thing to go through because we find out. He's an addict. Everybody has a huge backstory. Right is a really good story Charlie. His great story and he leaves a hero. Not Penny's boat. I mean it's the most move one of the most moving scenes I've ever seen. I sobbed that night. Is it more moving than sun? And Kim's Oh my God we watch. We watch like a little clip of it because it was a previously from the old show. And you started crying sobbing. I'll there so. This is the thing that this show does any good shows that you watch for a long period of time is because you know all the back story. These moments are like times one thousand because you know how much they've grown and changed gotten to this point and that point was son. Injin which we don't necessarily need to talk about but they make a choice to stay together. Pretty significant moment is so earned and I understand. Why did it like todd? You didn't like the gender I didn't like it either because of their child. It's exactly dude. I know but what he knew is he couldn't live without her. You could I I think he. I think if you're in a burning building. Yeah and we got three kids in the other house and I know for a fact that there's no way I'm going to save you. I'm sorry I'm not going into that burning building because we got three kids over here that we gotta take care of Gin. You know didn't really know the shots because it has on the I was. He knew of that child. I know but he what he did know is this person was not gonNa let her die. Think it wasn't about living out her. I think was about him. Not being able to live with myself. He didn't stay with her 'cause he would have carried that around for the rest of his life. And this is my point is is earned. Because let us say to everybody. This doesn't all happen in the pilot. That's like way out so surprised because the show was about to end in these two characters that had been there from the start had just died. I was like dudes but that's the beauty of this show. That happens twice. Actually I'M GONNA say I remember not being heartbroken when Boone died. I know him well enough. I was just disappointed. I was like this dude's pretty cool. He was like he was always very selfless. And that's just the. He was always a team player. He took care of Shannon. He was brave. Who's very brave so going back to some of the characters and we've talked about Jack Charlie Shannon and Boone as we discussed saieed who is one of my. He's probably my number two favorite character. You'll love story and I don't love how necessarily his story ends like that. No because he loved Nadia Shannon was a momentary love. Nadia what is it was it was on the island I ended. I think it was windows. Ninety eight is brilliant and excited when he's sticking who's WHO's torturing sawyer say he was torturing Sawyer had sticking toothpicks his fingernails. I don't even like okay. Let's not get too far into it because what I love about the pilot was sade. Is You realize that this is a man who obviously has an interesting past and there it even in the pilot they set up that Sawyer is racially profiling and assuming totally racist assuming that saieed is a part of this because he's Iraqi correct. Yes so and I believe nine eleven to head does have a right. I would like things. So many connections right. It's an awareness of our world at the time in two thousand four but I eat is brilliant. And he's he had been trained in his own military. What's his republic? Some Republican Guard. And so he knew how to work the radio. He's very necessary as far as part of the team. And then we have of course Michael and Walt Michael and Michael I I liked Michael Nine the first couple Michael and then. He made a really immoral decision. Didn't he later on? Yeah I forgot about that. That was definitely something that you didn't think he would do. But he had that option for a while I think it was just about their relationship growing together him about making that. Are you talking about his backstory? Doesn't he he ditches everybody to save. Walt doesn't yeah. He gives them Kate and Jack and Hurley season two. So that's later but isn't he shoot libby or something like that? Yes that's what it was. She Shot Livian Anna Louisa. Yes yes he does some bad stuff and Hurley. That's awful for him because the reason Libya was there because he forgot the blanket us and that was awful. Oh your memory is better than she's watched it more recently But so his son is Walt and Walt is supposed to be nine years old and Walt couldn't stay on lost very long because he was growing up too fast and this this show take off for like a season. Yup and then they brought him back for like a quick second and then they took them off he had a scene with John. Locke because we find out in waltz back story and he's Vincent's owner by the way the dog that he had some of his own supernatural abilities. He had some of he had his own connection to the spirit world so they wanted him and then now he's in the band. Mk Te'o is that what it's called M. K. T. O. And then he sings classic and everyone goes. Yeah that's everyone goes. Yes I love him. So anyway. That's where Walters and then we have sun and Jin who are married And then any other characters in the pilot Claire Sawyer. We got them out clair's pregnant Sawyer is kind of the if you know if if Sawyer was going is sawyer was in this pandemic with us right now. He'd be hoarding everything. And he would have he'd be buying guns and telling everybody to stay away. So that's what sawyers like in the pilot. His character Vilma so so good. We'll miss a really good part of it but it's still good so by the end. Yeah because by the end which will get to when we do lost. Finale John Locke Kinda Unfortunately takes a turn because he you know he gets associated with the man in black and Sawyer becomes my favorite. Yes so at the end him sawyer turns into such a level such Teddy Bear. Jack becomes a little bit only Sawyer. Oh easy on Jack Jack Jack Is. Here's subject himself by guy last week. Most of us were strangers here now. God knows how long we're going to be here. But if we can't live together we're GonNa die alone that's right guy moment. He's amazing leader for a few seasons but at a certain point he loses it. Let's hear more from guy. I think that's why you don't see eye to eye sometime Jack because your math science that make you feel that your Guy Sweetie you and I you described. I was demonstrating the difference between the two of us. All right last one from Jack..
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"No member in December number day handles live by fly by. I feel like the beginning of the year is really a drag. Like I like it but it goes by really slow so slow once it reaches ages August. See Ya it's just so fast. Yeah so I cannot believe we are now doing these holiday episodes again already but what can't wait today. We want to share with you guys like a gift guide of things that were obsessed with that. We think would make great gifts for other people or for yourself. If you are struggling to know what to ask for for gifts we have stuff that are like all around the board. As far as prices go so I proved arrived. We both prepped. Like nine or ten So be about twenty different things that we have and will link them description for you guys. Yeah we have to dimension that number one launch day for Merch was inserted in the best way possible and we are just beyond grateful for you guys and so excited to see guys on our March. It's crazy you guys like it has a Bologne our mind the we never thought that you guys would be. I mean we knew you guys were supportive. But we didn't know the extent you guys would go. Yeah you guys are insane and the Best Community Everett seriously makes me so Komo. We were both like Beth was saying this morning. Chris should be so proud of ourselves to noon. Jaycees start insulating tearing up. We can't talk about it as we just get emotional. Yeah because it's crazy also we wanted to remind you that if you want merch then you need to order by today. Today is the last day to order merge. Before the cutoff for Christmas Christmas you want to get it before Christmas if you want to arrive on your doorstep before Christmas Day today is the last day so go. It will be linked in our podcast. INSTAGRAM bio probably linked in some stories. But go to our bio click the link and you can shop there if you guys. Don't follow us on instagram. I feel like so many of you do but if you don't that really is the place to go for any updates for anything merge are episodes little hub. Yeah it's the hub so make sure to check that out in. Yeah it will be linked probably in the description of this as well maybe making note of that because we always forget telling stuff. Yeah that's a good point okay. So let's get right into it. Let's get it right into our list of things so these are kind of almost we would wait before we get into the list. I need ask you a question. Yeah is gift giving or receiving receiving like gifts. I don't remember what the term is but is that one of your love languages. I think so mine changed so much. I never know. You think I'm all of them actually. I'm everything no I actually GONNA say. Gifts are the one thing that I don't really like I could do without. Oh I don't care about gifts that much but it's like when I do receive a really awesome gift like I really do appreciate it so much but I would not say I'm like a gift person. Get so excited to like give gifts and I get so excited to receive them really. Yeah I like giving them. I think it might be pretty high online like it touches when people get thoughtful gifts. I don't just want things like if someone gives me a really thoughtful gift that means so much to me or like thinks if they're thinking thinking of me and gift giving his definitely one of my top ones. Okay well I was GONNA say because the way in. Which gave you your Christmas presents not thoughtful? Mind Okay I'm wearing Jason. Got Me a sweatshirt from urban. And some sweats which honestly Switzer my love language. So you did. Oh great okay I literally on Camera Bowl Times all my blog. My carrot is an even rat. I'm like Oh that was probably and then I started thinking. Feeling gifts is one of Chelsea's love languages so that probably just like you know the the wrapping in the way that you'd give the gift is not like okay. What I like about is that you know what I I like? And you took time out and went and got the things that I like. Yeah that's what matters to me. Yeah like how you give it to me. Choice L. C. pulled up a sweatshirt that looks so similar to the one I got her on a Saas and she showed it to me no way and then also. I can't tell her that I got her that so then I was searching for the owner mind whatever and then then when I gave her the actual sweatshirt I said remember last night when you showed me a picture of something to look just like this and then I was like wait Ono. That nights are now. This isn't it makes sense but I was saying. Oh I thought I something get you. Now what are they get you for your Christmas gift choices. Oh sounds like oh crap no I really appreciate. I love it. Okay and I. I like when people pick their own thing to get me because that shows me that they had they thought about me and thought what would I like yes rather than me telling them like. I want this yeah even though I do like it and I need stuff but it means a lot when they just come up with something on their own and I'm like even if it's not exactly something I would pick out but I would pick this out. It still means a lot to me. Oh that's so sweet thought of it. I agree yeah. We'll do you want to start us off the list. Yeah I'll start off off so the first one I wanted to do was a basic one and I'm sure you have something like this on there but just jewelry in general and I wanted to tell them my favorite jewelry places that have either are solid gold for like more of a big gift if you got that cash money to drop And then some other places that have a wide range of prices so local lactic is a company that I really like that again because it didn't selling English local ECLECTIC. Okay got it. They have they like to Have a diverse amount or a diverse range of designers so they give like smaller designers the platform for my guests cool and so it has very unique pieces like I got this little butterfly choker from them and it's so cute and unique and they have a wide range of prices as well so I would go check it out because they are unique so it'd be like acute unique gift. I also love Anna Louisa. They have they have like recycled jewelry. I've worked talked to them before and I'm obsessed with their -joyed super dainty. It's really pretty like all of the little. They have like real gold earrings. That are super thin but I love them like they're such good accent Accent pieces so go check out Anna Louisa or Missouri which is just a staple were so much stuff from injury that one is definitely a little. Oh pricier because it's really really good quality and it's real gold so they've played it options to. Yeah I think they do actually but Anyway so check out those also I wanted to say we will. I don't know if you're said this. We will link all of the products that we say in the description for you guys yet make it easy to make it easy for you to go. Shop them call My first one is the Charlotte Tilbury pillow talk lipstick and this is just us like once. I find something that I absolutely love. Whether that's a facial. Skin care product beauty product or even item of clothing. I wear it to death until literally I. I wear everyday for a year so I am not actually exaggerating when I say I wear Every single day. Yeah you do and and It's more of a matte finish. I really like putting gloss over it so all do the pillow talk lipstick with an use. The lip liner everyday as well. Because you can kind of overlying overlying your lips a little bit with the listeners called lip cheat and then she yeah we love scam. And then you fill in your lips with the Charlotte well it the Charlotte Tilbury pillow lipstick and just to clarify. The shade is called pillow. Talk so some people think that that's the brand but yes shade name and then I will Put Gloss over it. You can use any glosses. A bunch of different like pillow talk is a very neutral. Nudo shooting lipstick vary yet very much ago too and I really do believe that it looks good on every skin tone of like it doesn't matter if you've dark or light skin I feel like it's a very good tone so so I love it. Tougher is a great stocking stuffer. But it's also it's not super expensive is not cheap so could also just be like a gift in and of itself so That's a great one. I love the Dior LIP GLOSS LIP plumping loss and it's in the Shade Rosewood. I'm not going to link all of these because this is just way too much. But if you WANNA rewind this little section and write down all those three things that I just said my that's like my favorite trio. Is the pillow. Talk Lip liner lipstick and then the Dr Art Lip Gloss. So I feel like it's such go to and it will last you forever. I add the same lipstick for months and months and months now and it's I literally every day so I need to. I need to hop on the train of rain on us. You do. Because here's the thing what I need an explanation Chelsea. Oh you say your. Let's get dry. Yeah they get really I was not chapped. They get cranky. Yeah cracked dry them out instantly. The lipstick does yeah lunatic. I never liked the wade lipstick. Looks on me. What about Africa inductions even then really very but I will say probably the I have. I like nude lipstick. Okay anything like kind of that. Looks semi unnatural. I think looks terrible on me so like nude I kind of like. I don't know which one you had. That was a little a bit not peachy but was like a Mauve. Okay color maybe mov is kind of the color of Charlotte. The pillow talk really. Yeah Yeah I tried to talk. I think you know today I think needs to be the day you need to line the lifts to cheat the lips the do the whole trail. And I'm GonNa say if you like it at all the thing about the lipstick though is if you're not you don't really wear makeup that much like you just have. Yeah so if you're wearing nothing thing sometimes it's like yeah. It could be like you said a little bit much like a little bit unnatural so maybe like a hell of a full face of makeup full-face making I love it. We'll try it out. Don't make over fun okay. My next one is the dog walking kit from Wild One. Actually I think it's the wild wild one regardless. Shoot brand dogs so cute. It's like a silicon silicone silicone Matt I can't even explain how cute it as you guys. It's such a neutral. They have like a gray a peachy one tan won a grey one. And you just have to see it for yourself. But they have a harness asset with a little doggy bag holder that attach to the leash and it matches completely so boozy walking your dog again. It's definitely it. It's not super pricy but it's it's shopping smaller which I like and I would. I sure recommend that for anybody who loves their DOG LOVES TO PIMP TOUT THEIR DOG not pimp out. That sounds. That sounds weird. I will loves to you. Know primp up their dog when trying to say loves to put cute bandannas on their dog loves cute collars leashes. I'm saying this because this is what I want for Christmas so nick. If you're anyways I won't back for later. Yeah on so cute okay. My next one is the touch of water cream. This is a moisturizer. That is my favorite ever. It's water-based I have been trying to take oil out of my skin. Carotene for the most part some stuff that I have still has a little bit of oil in it but I like water-based moisturizer a lot. I feel like it really moisturizes my face but it's light and it's I don't know which is really good. So this is I've tried so many moisturizers guys on ice swear this is like the best one it is smells and feels so fresh and light. It's like a white little..
"anna louisa" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood
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"To Pennsylvania. I in Florida. No, correct. It's an eerie in the area of eerie, Pennsylvania. Okay. So on Monday, a guy broke into a garage anybo- any stole a bunch of stuff. Okay. Kind of garden variety. Right. Like a burglary type guy gets into the garage and steal stuff. The boring, but one of the things he stole was a sled. And then he thought he was being genius. When he used that sled to pilot up with all the other stuff he was stealing, and they use the sled to transport all the things he was stealing to his home, two blocks away. Oh, that's what. Now, he pulled the sled two blocks from the garage. He broke into and stole all the stuff to his home. What do you think happened, Bradley? The track. Exactly twenty eight year old Matthew McClure head basically just created a path. For the cops to follow. This is so genius is going to be so easy for me to get all the steal stuff stuff. I stole a semi-finalist this stuff. I sold my house. I'm just gonna put it on the sled. But nope. The tracks left in the snow the cops directly to his home. Now, he is facing multiple felonies for burglary criminal trespass theft and receiving produce all the. Let me just tell you some of the stuff that he did steal though. Okay. Hunting gear and tools and then quote, other various items like drugs or something. You can't be that. Dumb. Can you know? I think he could be that dumb because he was also arrested back in October for two other thefts in the same neighborhood. So he just maybe doesn't have a car and he needs to do all of this thieving lauding distance. Yeah. I mean. I'm just gonna get misled over here and took the sled. So he thought he was being smart turns out, sometimes you think you're being smart, you're being real. He was being real down. Yeah. I don't want to get you out of the very relaxed position. You're currently, but you do have a crazy. Stupid care. No. I totally okay. Tell me I'm excited to tell you about mine, and we get to Georgia Georgia Covington Georgia, in fact, and I need to go. You know, actually, we were here earlier this week. We were at a McDonald's, I think because our Kelly. Oh, yes. Eating McDonalds after he got. He was on a cruise and spent her six figures on R Kelly the six figures she got from a settlement after her child. Passed away. From a horrible accident. And so she was paid a bunch of money, and she decided to spend some of that money on our Kelly that her her child is very proud. Not not let's get back to McDonald's, but not the same one. Where R Kelly was having his French fries. We're going to Covington Georgia where a lady got really angry. What happened? Okay. Well, first of all I need to tell you that her name because we like to shame the guilty is Anna Louisa Guigui about Dr. Okay. Regal name names. Anna Luisa turns out. Went up to the counter one day at the MAC Donald's and said, I would like a flaky dessert with gooey warm filling K that's also known as an apple pie. Yeah. The older app. Apple pies are awesome. Kinetico haven't had a new one gone. But they just haven't had a new one resource doesn't look so bad. Okay. So she ordered it. Now. I would like to just clarify. Do you know how much of apple pie costs because I didn't I'm gonna guess like to forty nine. One dollar in six cents really for an apple pie. That's a steal a warm apple pie fresh out the oven. Okay. So she goes up and says I would like a warm apple pie. They're like Sherman. You're going to have to wait about five minutes. And that's when things took a turn for the worse because. Deltas are playground. Started screaming and went into a full rage hungry people get angry. This is what I learned day after day, hence, the term that they've now coin for it angry. Oh, I thought it was ugly. Angry. Oh, you're teasing. Okay. So hang is hungry angry. Right. Yeah. So angry is just hungry. Angry, but different. It's not really a thing. Okay. So she was or hang greed and started screaming and using profanity say, oh now, that's not it. She also aggressively walks towards the employees who she'd ordered the pie. I don't know who you aggressively. Aggressive also punched her fist into her hand. That's how 'cause that's 'cause that's aggressive. That's how you knew she was aggressively walking police showed up and said, well, ma'am, you're under arrest and suddenly that. Well, ma'am. And that's where that one dollar and six cent pie turned into an eight hundred and thirty seven dollar disorderly conduct citation. But wait there's more because that wasn't good enough. I don't know if perhaps her vehicle was parked incorrectly. Or something. Because they told her car. The she got charged for cartel. And what my favorite story is the person who was in the restaurant at the. This is crazy over a dollar. Apple pie mean really people have lost their minds. She needs to go to church and find Jesus. Oh, absolutely right again. I would just like to point out. She went in for a dollar and six that pie came out with eight hundred and thirty seven dollar disorderly conduct citation and her car was towed. I mean, which is probably another two hundred fifty dollars. That's a bad day said is the definition of a bad. So if somebody says, wait five minutes for the pie, you say, okay. I'll go to Burger King and get you know, one of them's more pies, or whatever they have. Oreo pie. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Also, if that's not rock bottom for worried about her. Understand. I mean, I could see what's the menu item. That would get you riled. Can I tell you? I've got a strategy because nothing would get me that riled up. Nothing at McDonald's because it takes five minutes. Yeah. And if you are having to wait five minutes for the apple pie. I would say that's an opportunity to order something. In addition from the dollar menu. That's already prepared like some fries. Taizhou over. I mean, just a dollar. I'm sure if you're you know, if you're out you don't have that extra dollar somebody's gonna pay it forward. If they know it means that you're not going to be walking aggressively toward them. I'm just saying just use that time wisely. That's she needs. And find juicy does fray she does. Now, we shall go to Australia rise up lights rise up lights. I've said to get in the mood. We're going to Australia. Where Twenty-three-year-old young man was being chased by cops because he was a burglary suspect this happened on Tuesday at about three o'clock in the morning, and he was running from the cops. And this is like a scene straight out of a movie, right? You're running running running running running. And then there's a six foot fence. What are you going to do? I'm the climbed the fence what had happened though is when he climbed the fence, he got stuck. Ooh. And he kind of fell down a little bit. A little bit. Okay. They didn't fall down all the way because his undies were stuck on the fence. Oh, he got a big fence wedgie. And as the cops say when they caught up with him. They found him, quote, dangling, upside down from the fence, buy his underwear. Oh, man. So I mean, that's terrier undies off. I mean, good question have tearaway undies because Bradley, then he was. Indecent exposure, exactly. And he didn't want an an extra charge. Unlike the previous lady, we're talking about in any case. I mean, how nice is that that fence just caught him? He just hanging out waiting. They did arrest him for trespassing violating his trap exactly for carrying a knife. And by the way, that is not the first time that has happened when we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show at two forty five every day, we play a fabulous game in that game. Is the throwback live. We're going to do that. After this. Seven one. Previously on.