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"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Heard about that. We all believe in a mom can look at little TIMMY and see that there's something wrong or feel that there's something wrong or get that gut feeling that instinct that there's something wrong, and if she acts upon it more times than not there is something going on with little TIMMY, and you ask the mother afterwards hashing knew that and often times, it's I- stead affiliate. I had a vision. I had since that this was going to happen, or there was something I should say there was something going on. And it's the same thing with animals animals, talking at doubt that telepathic method. They communicate without vocalizing or even in motion. And that's when. You see two dogs lying perfectly still sound asleep. And all of a sudden, they both get up and they go to the door. They go do something because they've had that conversation together. And so you my premises that that we all have it to a degree. It's a matter going back and using it staying in that quiet moment connecting with animals and trusting what you receive from them. And that's that's the key. Put aside all your self doubt. Don't overanalyze everything don't question everything like us. Humans always do. And whenever you received from that animal. In quiet moment is going to be accurate. It's interesting. You put it that way. I can't put it that way in the book. But what I can do and do is. She doesn't know what they're saying. They know what she thinks that she doesn't really know what they're saying. But she has learned to trust them. So if our animals say keep going back to a spot on the farm or push something out of her hands her first response is while I wanna do it. My way. You know get but she has now learned to trust them. And I thought well, it's a small step. But maybe this is where most human starts. Absolutely, absolutely. I think we all can learn from sneaky pie Brown for sure. I always got it solved. Always got the mystery solve. She knows what to do so follow. It's very least follow her lead interested. I think he'd be happy with that. So tell us how. Absolutely. So tell us a little bit about in just wrap up here today, what should people walk away from after? They've read the book had some fun with it or there any hidden gyms anything you want them to say how ya that's. Yeah. That. I mean, I do I always want him to love their animals and be helpful to drive, and you know, they're they're animal rescue groups. I mean, that's just a given. But I would hope that when people close this book, they wonder about just what they were standing on the wherever they are whether it's not bad or whether it's here, whatever what's underneath you. What happened here? Yeah. And go do the research get involved in it. And you may be able to find out some you will definitely find some fascinating things, and you may be able to you know, educate yourself a little bit more. And also just enjoy yourself like like, you did finding out a different part of of what's going on around you being more educated. But also having a lot of fun with it. Life's a learning process. And this is definitely gonna lead you down that path to learn a little bit more never stop keep moving. Keep learn and that's the key to life. I think it is. Yes. So the latest book once again, it's probable clause takes a cat to write the perfect mystery. It's a remake Brown and her awesome. Psychic sneaky pie Brown solve in the latest mysteries of MRs Murphy mystery series, renew may it's always a pleasure tough to you, my friend just love chatting with you. Love the work. You do it's another great book always fascinating to dig in. And see what the little messages are just keep up the great work. And we'll look forward to chat with you down the road out think, Tim, my pleasure. All right. Well, we're coming to the end of the show today. One thing everyone for listening to animal rights on pet life radio one of the producers and sponsors for making this show possible. If you have any questions ideas or comments of the show, you can Email us at.

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This NYT best-selling author always writes with her cat, Sneaky Pie

Let's Talk Pets

03:41 min | 1 year ago

This NYT best-selling author always writes with her cat, Sneaky Pie

"Glad you're joining us today. My special guest. Oh, this is always so much fun. My good friend needs no introduction. But I'm going to give her one. Anyway here. She's the New York Times bestselling author of the MRs Murphy mystery series. She sold more than seven point five million copies ever book believable. Hopefully, she doesn't have another seven point five in some warehouse somewhere. Welcome back to our show. My good friend read a brand Rena may how are you? You know, I'm wonderful, despite the weather a biblical intensity. I don't know how to describe it. But I'm fine a house or find every- everything's fine. And you know, I am just apprised. And I know you do this all the time. I mean, this is no big news to you. And you're talking to everybody. But there's a lot of wonderful workout there now about animals. Yeah. There there is. I think the message is getting out there in a lot of new opportunities. You know, things we haven't thought of before in voices. We haven't heard from before. So I think the message is getting out there. What are some of your accounts that you're seeing that's new and exciting? Well, I mean, I've always been interested in guide guide dogs for the blind. And also, there's you know, there's books that you like to read wonder full bucks you like to read, you know, somebody writes about a dog that save their life. And and they truly did. And then on I'm not sure what what? But I I try to pay attention to these special agencies dogs for our veterans. And I think people are beginning to understand how important dogs are to mental wellbeing. Yeah. Absolutely. You know, it's taking a long time for from at least a scientific or medical standpoint for people to start realizing the health benefits of having an animal round. So we've we've seen that over the years where it's known to if you have a cat or a dog or an animal in your life. It lowers your blood pressure. Extend your life, make sure quality of life, better your ability to be able to get out and have commonalities with people. All that definitely stands true. But now, I see even more people become more aware. Whether it's food, for instance, is a big part of it. You know, we had the big health scare with all of our canine and feline food coming out of China in years past in being poor quality and having some issues, and now we're seeing not only more and more people step up company step up and improve their products. But also new players getting into the market knowing from a financial standpoint, but just for my good, high-quality food stamp point. And I know I get called quite often during my consultations. No, I'm not a veterinarian or a nutritionist have my own experiences and experiences of clients as well as the things I read, and that's always seems to be one of the big topics people weighing okay, what is it? What's the differences in the foods? And what should I be feeding my animal? Yeah. It's true. I mean in the old days, you just opened the package. Didn't think about it? Are you open to Cam and an critize a FOX hounds, and we're very careful about that. Because we have to change the protein and fat content. According to the season, and if they're hunting or not, so we're we're vigilant, and we have a wonderful that I think probably most of your listeners doing you do too. But it's it's fascinating to me. And you know, we we think all animals are like ourselves, but they're not their digestive systems are a little different than our own. And I'm learning all the time. And I wish I knew more, but you do. So I know if I get a jam I'll just call you.

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"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And so went from being a customized cooked food to more of a a frozen raw food diet to a freeze dried also diet now we're back to customizing it their special supplements stuff. So I cook for her every single day. And the interesting thing about is. I I've got another mini schnauzer. And he's he's like a go nothing bothers you can eat anything. He loves his vittles, not a problem. But I start customizing his food doing the same in the near the various vitamins copper contents and things like that are different than hers. But the core core proteins and things of this sort stay the same. But you're right. A lot of people don't know this. You know, if you've got working animals their protein is going to be a lot different than those that are not very on some hot your house can run thirty miles 'cause they go places, you don't and obviously they're burning enormous amounts of energy. And you wanna keep them healthy and fit, and I always liked to start out with the the season, maybe five pounds, overweight as an insurance policy because once the temperature drops, they burn more. I know I'm kind of interested in it. And that that I don't think about myself here. The thing is I'm spending all this time on the cats and dogs, and I even care what I put in my mouth. I just ate a half a Snickers bar. So there you go. Is a little funny in a way that you know, in these MRs Murphy mystery, so one cat pewter is just I mean she lives for her stomach. And I think most of your listeners may have an animal like that. Or at least have had an animal like that. And it's really kind of funny. I mean, it's like an animal foodie. That's right. And you know, they can get particular. So you know about their their food. Not only do we have to watch out for, but they can get particular about what they like, you know, as I said, my major schnauzer, my boy, he can eat anything. He doesn't care how you prepare. It just set it on a plate, and it's gone and the little one not only do I have to customize it based on her health issues or challenges, but she likes certain way. So if it's not, you know, if her green peppers, and, you know, pure chicken things like this or not finally pureed she won't need. Well. Yes. Wills spoiled rotten. So tell us a little bit about the latest. We've got sneaky pie Browns back in action of the latest books called probable clause. It takes a cat to write the per se mystery love it. So tell me a little bit about the book the latest mystery earlier some new characters involved in what should the people be looking out for here? Well, I wanna give the story away. But it's based on a true incident. Which happened back in the late seventies. And of course, I had to cover it up in. I don't wanna mean covered up not that. There was terrible wrongdoing. But there was for lack of a better word covering up something that might be valuable to science. And and of course, it was a different time that I had heard about it from the medical examiner's daughter. He's he's gone now the man that was alive when all this happened. And I thought, wow, there is a really good story here..

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"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I'm so glad you're joining us today. My special guest, oh, this is always much fun. My good friend these no introduction. But I'm going to give her one. Anyway, here she see a New York Times bestselling author of the MRs Murphy mystery series sold more than seven point five million copies of her book on believable. Hopefully, she doesn't have another seven point five in some warehouse somewhere. That's. Welcome back to our show. My good friend read a brand Rena may how are you? You know, I'm wonderful, despite the weather a biblical intensity. I don't know how to describe it. But I'm fine fine every everything's fine. And you know, I am just apprised. And I know you do this all the time. I mean, this is no big news to you. And you're talking to everybody, but there's a lot of wonderful workout there now about animals in there there is I think the message is getting out there in a lot of new opportunities. You know, things we haven't thought of before and voices. We haven't heard from before. So I think the message is getting out there. What are some of your accounts that you're seeing that's new and exciting? Well, I've always been interested in guide guide dogs for the blind. And also there's books that you liked to read wonder for books you like to read, you know, somebody writes about a dog to save their life, and they truly did. And then on I'm not sure what what? But I I try to pay attention to these special agencies of dogs for veterans. And I think people are beginning to understand how important dogs are to mental wellbeing. Yeah. Absolutely. It's taking a long time for new from at least a scientific or medical standpoint for people to start realizing the health benefits of having an animal round. So we've we've seen that over the years where Jim known to if you have a cat or dog or an.

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"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome to. Redo Tim Lincoln. I'm so glad you're joining us today. My special guest, oh, this is always so much fun. My good friend these introduction. But I'm going to give her one. Anyway here. She's the New York Times bestselling author of the MRs Murphy mystery series sold more than seven point five million copies of her book believable. Hopefully, she doesn't have another seven point five in some warehouse somewhere. Welcome back to our show. My good friend remain brand Rena may how are you? You know, I'm wonderful despite this weather, a biblical intensity. I don't know how to describe it. But I'm fine a house or find every everything's fine. And you know, I am surprised. And I know you do this all the time. I mean, this is no big news to you. And you're talking to everybody, but there's a lot of wonderful workout there now about animals in there there is I think the message is getting out there in a lot of new opportunities. You know, things we haven't thought of before in voices. We haven't heard from before. So I think the message is getting out there. What are some of your accounts that you're seeing that's new and exciting? Well, I mean, I've always been interested in guides guide dogs for the blind. And also, there's you know, there's books that you like to read wonder books you like to read, you know, somebody writes about a dog that save their life. And and they truly did. And then on on. I'm not sure what's what? But I I try to pay attention to these special agencies of dogs for our veterans. And I think people are beginning to understand how important dogs are. To mental wellbeing. Yeah. Absolutely. Is taking a long time for new from at least a scientific or medical standpoint for people to start realizing the health benefits of having an animal round. So we've we've seen that over the years where it's you known to if you have a cat or.

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"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To life. Tim lincoln. I'm so glad you're joining us today. My special guest, always so much fun. My good friend these new introduction, but I'm going to give her one. Anyway, here she New York Times bestselling author of the MRs Murphy mystery series sold more than seven point five million copies of her book believable. Hopefully, she doesn't have another seven point five in some warehouse somewhere. Welcome back to our show. My good friend Rita me. Brand Rena may how are you? You know, I'm wonderful, despite the weather a biblical intensity. I don't know how to describe it. But I'm fine fine every everything's fine. And you know, I am surprised. And I know you do this all the time. I mean, this is no big news to you. And you're talking to everybody, but there's a lot of wonderful workout there now about animals in there there is I think the message is getting out there in a lot of new opportunities. You know, things we haven't thought of before and voices. We haven't heard from before. So I think the message is getting out there. What are some your accounts that you're seeing that's new and exciting? Well, I mean, I've always been interested in guides guide dogs for the blind. And also, there's you know, there's books that you liked to read wonder books. You liked to read, you know, somebody writes about a dog to save their life, and they truly did. And then on I'm not sure what what? But I I try to pay attention to these special agencies of dogs for our veterans. And I think people are beginning to understand how important dogs are. To mental wellbeing. Yeah. Absolutely. Is taking a long time for new from at least a scientific or medical standpoint for people to start realizing the health benefits of having an animal round. So we've we've seen that over the years where it's known to if you have a cat or a dog.

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"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Is, a little bit away and, you know, in these MRs Murphy mysteries. The one cat, is just I mean she lives for her stomach and I mean, I think most of your listeners may have an animal like that or at least. I've had, an animal like that and. It's really kind of funny I mean it's. Like an animal foodie And you know they can. Get particular so, you know about their their, food not only do we, have to, watch out for but they. Can get particular, about what they like you know as I said my miniature schnauzer, my boy he can eat anything he doesn't care how you prepare it just said. On a, plate and it's gone and The little one. Not only, do I have, to customize based on her, health issues or challenges. But she likes a certain way so if it's not you know her green peppers and Pure chicken and things. Like this or not, finally pureed she will need well Yeah spoils world, rotten so tell us, a little bit, about the latest. We've got sneaky pie Browns back in action the latest book skull. Probable clause it takes a cat to write, the per faked mystery, love it tell me a little bit about the book the latest mystery? Earlier, some new characters involved in what, should people be looking out for here, well I wanna give the story away but. It's based, on a true incident Which happened back in the, late, seventies and I had to cover it. Up and I don't want to cover covered up not that there with terrible wrongdoing. But there was, for lack, of a better word covering up something. That, might be valuable. To sign and and of course it was a. Different time them that, I had heard about, it from the, medical examiner's daughter. He's he's gone now the man that was alive when all the. Happened and I thought wow there is a, really good story here, and so I started doing my research and just got deeper and deeper? Into, it and I thought you know, the cat would really get into this And it's fascinating to me how in some ways we. Don't even know, where we're, living we don't know what's around us And I mean, look at Americans with their history most. Americans don't really know our own history and then if you. Go before human history we really have paid very little attention and. This earth has changed many times and we're fairly recent. What are we like three hundred thousand years or something like that so I, just got, myself terribly excited about the. Research and so I started to, write this, and I thought as I'm writing it, you? Know I have to be careful I, don't want to name names you, know even if they're. No longer, with us. Right I. Don't want, anyone to you, know or their families to be, criticized but this did happen you know it's fascinating of course you know I know obviously we know, each other very well and I know how great writer you, are in dive into the history and do so much. Research but I have to admit when I first start reading. This I won't give away all the characters and everything, here but basically there is someone on a motorcycle, shooting shooting people so I read that. In the first part of that I'm like okay I know Rita may does her research and, this is going to be some historical twist or something. In here that's gonna be really good but why I took. A look at thought this has got to be okay As an outsider looking into the writing process I gotta be thinking well I've done so many of. These books what happened I. Done oh hey guess what somebody drives by and shoots somebody on a motorcycle Ask? The, knob, isn't that don't, know you or you're you're, a big fan of, you, knew how much research you put into this I. Was set. Back, thinking, okay what? Else can I have sneaky pie do oh hey Well also I, I. Have a soft spot for motorcycles I really? Liked, motor Yeah? I mean sure when you do many. Book I'm, going to what is this the twenty. Seventh or. Something like, that I mean you can't kill people in unique ways. Every, time I, mean there are really only so many. Ways to kill people I mean. Unless. You. Want to, get. Into ritual ization or something, right right right but why they're? Killed is always interesting what will drive. Somebody to, that I mean it you know the. Fifth commandment..

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"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome to animal rights on pet life radio Tim. Lincoln I'm so. Glad, you're joining us today my special. Guest oh this, is always so, much fun good friend needs no. Introduction anyway here she's the New York Times. Bestselling author of the MRs Murphy mystery series she sold more, than seven point five million copies ever. Book Believable hopefully. She doesn't have another seven point five in some warehouse somewhere Welcome back to our? Show my good friend read a brand Rena may how are you You know I'm wonderful despite the weather. A biblical intensity I don't know how to describe it. But I'm fine, a house or fine every everything's fine and you know I am just. Price and, I know you do this all the time I mean this is, no big news to you and you're talking to everybody but. There's, a lot of. Wonderful workout there now about animal yeah there there is I think the message. Is getting, out there in a lot of new opportunities you know things we haven't, thought of, before in. Voices we haven't, heard from before So I think the message is getting out there what are some of your accounts. That, you're. Seeing that's new and exciting well I mean I've always been interested in guide dogs for the blind and also there's books that you liked to read wonder. Ho- bucks you like to read you know somebody writes about a dog to save their life and and they truly did and then I I'm, not sure what what, but I I, try to pay attention to the special agencies of dogs for our veterans and I think people are beginning. To understand how important dogs are to, mental wellbeing yeah absolutely it's taking a long time for. New from at, least a scientific or medical standpoint for people to start realizing the health. Benefits of, having a animal route so we've we've seen that over the years, where it's known to if you have a cat or a. Dog, or an animal. In your life lowers your blood pressure extend your life make sure quality of..

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"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"On your hands can run thirty miles 'cause they go places, you don't. And obviously they're burning enormous amounts of energy, and you want to keep them healthy and fit. And I always like to start out with the the season, just maybe five pounds overweight as an insurance policy because once the candidature drops, they burn more and I'm kinda interested in it and that. But I don't think about myself here. This thing is I'm spending all this time on the cats and dogs, and I don't even care what I put in my mouth. I just ate half a Snickers bar so there you go Is a little funny away and you know, in these, MRs Murphy mysteries the one. Cat pewter is, just I mean she lives for her stomach and I mean I, think most of your listeners may have an animal like that or at least. I've had, an animal like that and. It's really kinda funny I mean it's. Like an animal foodie They can get, particular so you know about their their food not only do, we have, to watch out for but. They can get, particular about what they like as I said my miniature schnauzer my, boy he can eat anything he doesn't care how you prepare it just says. In on, a plate and it's gone And The little one not only had to customize it based on her health issues or, challenges but she likes a certain. Way so it's, not you, know if her green peppers and you, know pure chicken and things like this or. Not finally, pureed she won't need well? What, yeah spoils world. Rotten so tell us a little bit about the. Latest we've got sneaky, pie Browns back in, action the latest, book skull probable. Clause it takes a cat to write the per mystery love. It tell me a little bit about the book the latest mystery or there's some new characters involved in what should people be looking out for? Here, well I wanna give the story, away but it's based on a true incident Which happened back in the late seventies and of, course I had to cover it. Up in I, don't want, to cover it up not that there, was terrible wrongdoing but there was for lack. Of a, better word covering up something? That, might be valuable. To sign and and of course it was a. Different time then that, I had heard about, it from the, medical examiner's daughter. He's he's gone now the man that was alive when all. This happened and I thought wow there is a really good story here and so I started doing my research and just got deeper and deeper? Into, it and I thought you know, the cat would really get into this And it's fascinating to me how in some ways we. Don't even know, where we're, living we don't know what's around us And I mean, look at Americans with their history most. Americans don't really know our own history and then if you, go before human history we really have paid very little attention. And this earth has changed many times and we're fairly. Recent what are we three hundred thousand years or something like that so I, just got, myself terribly excited about the. Research and so I started to, write this, and I thought as I'm writing it, you? Know I have to be careful I, don't want to name names you, know even if they're. No longer, with us. Right I. Don't want, anyone to you, know or their families to be, criticized but this did happen you know it's fascinating of course you know I know obviously we know. Each other very well and I know how great writer you, are in dive into the history and do so much. Research but I had to admit when I first started reading. This I won't give away all the characters and, everything here but basically there is someone on a, motorcycle shooting shooting people so I read. That the first part of that I'm like okay I know rita's research and this is, going gonna be some historical twist or something in here, that's gonna be really good but why I took a look. At it I thought this is gotta be okay As an outsider looking into the writing process I be thinking well I've done. So many of these books. What happened identical hey guess what somebody drives. By and shoots somebody on a motorcycle Ask.

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"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Think that's the that's the key well you know that's the fun of doing the mrs murphy mysteries because i can see the world through the animals is a lot of time and i have to render it into english but animals do understand language i mean that's not so far fetched that's right down speaking that we do but they know what we're saying obviously absolutely guide dogs have a cabbie larry's have about five hundred words absolutely you know i've written about this in my last book dogs and cats was privy example of that because they understand more than just our basic words in a we know they understand what we call like an for a dog when we're training they know their basic commands the sits stays blaze leave it's all this stuff but i firmly believe and know for fact that they understand full sentences they know what we're talking about they know if we start talking about a going on vacation they know and they wanna know k great let's pack our bags let's go where when are we going we're going now and it could be weeks from now and they may not even be going but you'd better be aware that you're talking about they're going to pick up on it there are standards words you're saying the grandstand the energy behind it and you better be radio explain yourself to them otherwise you're going to have a dog or cat or an animal it's going to be pacing the floors in bugging the heck out of you you know one of the things that's really fascinating is dogs and horses i can't speak for cats because they're not going to lower themselves to reveal that so much but dogs and horses know the difference between now and verb very sophisticated concept if you point out a bone the dog knows it's a bone you point out the car they know it's a car if you say stop go those are verb they know what it means you move or you stop moving very sophisticated yeah yeah absolutely and it just amazes me that people think they're stupid they also now and we've done some research on that i think they've done some at radcliffe of all places brandeis cornell which you would expect an auburn places and also in hungary with a university in hungary that's done a lottery church on dog intelligence and some on horse intelligence not hungry but we know that the higher vertebrae know the difference in languages in other words if you're not speaking english let's say you're speaking french they may not know french but they know you're not speaking english they don't understand what you're saying now there are some animals that you can give them commands in particularly in the horse world you can give them a demand in spanish you can give them a command in english and they know it right and it just fascinates me you know in it and that's why a lot of if you have a guard dog for instance said that's been trained to garden protect say like a german shepherd they'll teach him a ula german language in that only will they understand that but also they do it for purposes of protecting the family because if everyone will say conspiracy english so if you start talking to a dog in english in start giving them commands they may or may not respond more likely they will if you've trained them to say sit they'll probably sit for just about anybody but if he teach them in a language that you're not familiar with a lot of people are familiar with then it just adds an extra layer of protection in the training now bet it doesn't ever thought of that absolutely the other thing that fascinates me which i use lightly in the book are sent receptors are not very good and of course dogs are the best there are now the domesticated animals so if you are happy your dog knows if you're sad your dog knows if you're angry you may be able to hide these emotions from human but you can't hide it from your dog that's right well they you know they can pick up on the in the sense that you have obviously from fiscal standpoint they can sense from a smell standpoint but also your vibrations your energy believe when communicating with animals inter stand the words you're saying they understand the visualization you project every time you say a word or series of words you project an image of what you're talking about and i think they're very in tune with that.

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"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome to animal rights on pet life radio tim lincoln i'm so glad you're joining us today my special guest this is always so much fun my good friend needs no introduction but i'm going to give her one anyway here she's the new york times bestselling author of the mrs murphy mystery series sold more than seven point five million copies of her book believable hopefully she doesn't have another seven point five in some warehouse somewhere welcome back to our show my good friend read a brand rena may how are you you know i'm wonderful despite this weather a biblical intensity i don't know how to describe it but i'm fine fine every everything's fine and you know i am just surprised and i know you do this all the time i mean this is no big news to you and you're talking to everybody but there's a lot of wonderful workout there now about animals in there is i think the message is getting out there in a lot of new opportunities you know things we haven't thought of before in voices we haven't heard from before so i think the message is getting out there what are some of your accounts that you're seeing that's new and exciting well i mean i've always been interested in guide guide dogs for the blind and also there's the that you like to read wonder so books you like to read you know somebody writes about a dog to save their life and and they truly did and then i i'm not sure what's what but i i try to pay attention to these special agencies of dogs for our veterans and i think people are beginning to understand how important dogs are to mental wellbeing yeah absolutely is taking a long time for at least a scientific or medical standpoint for people to start realizing the health benefits of having animal route so we've we've seen that over the years where it's known to if you have a cat or a dog or an animal in your life it lowers your blood pressure extend your life make sure quality of life better your ability.

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"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Radio dot com welcome to animal rights on pet life radio host tim lincoln i'm so glad you're joining us today my special guest this is always so much fun my good friend these new introduction but i'm gonna give her one anyway year she's the new york times bestselling author of the mrs murphy mystery series sold more than seven point five million copies of her book believable hopefully she doesn't have another seven point five in some warehouse somewhere welcome back to our show my good friend read a brand rena may how are you you know i'm wonderful despite this weather a biblical intensity i don't know how to describe it but i'm fine a house or fine every everything's fine and you know i am just apprised and i know you do this all the time i mean this is no big news to you and you're talking to everybody but there's a lot of wonderful workout there now about animals in there there is i think the message is getting out there in a lot of new opportunities you know things we haven't thought of before in voices we haven't heard from before so i think the message is getting out there what are some of your accounts that you're seeing that's new and exciting well i mean i've always been interested in guide dogs for the blind and also there's you know there's books that you liked to read wondering for books you like to read you know somebody writes about a dog to save their life and they truly did and then i i'm not sure what's what but i i try to pay attention to these special agencies of dogs for our veterans and i think people are beginning to understand how important dogs are to mental wellbeing yeah absolutely no is it's taking a long time for at least a scientific or medical standpoint for people to start realizing the health benefits of having a animal round so we've we've seen that over the years where it's known to if you have a cat or a dog or an animal in your life it lowers your blood pressure extend your life make sure quality of life better your ability.

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"mrs murphy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I brought my wife murphy's darned mrs murphy's murphy's in southwick massachusetts right over the border they're just fantastic so yes we understand is donut day hopefully that'll help you get a little that sugar rush help you because you were up late last night so i don't know if i want to sugar restaurant that's what i want to be here right now he's got some other things going on right now maybe the game was russia okay so listen i guess the best way to get into what was so money interesting things are compelling game we gotta we gotta put they show many you're let's let's let's start here the one thing that you're taking away from game one more than anything else is what the one thing your priority lawyers vulnerable they are not the same juggernaut that we've known there are holes in that team that lebron and company found and i know we're going to focus unfortunately on the wrong things but they found a lot of holes last night and fellas you know if you're going back to the locker room and you're you're looking at that film you're going they're not better than us we can have a lot of success against this team and all you need is hope so need to win one so let's start with the thing we talk about anybody for middle school on up as you learn situations and while we're going to talk about jr smith thinking they were ahead we have already listed other players in the nba who have done this who have not known the score jr did it once before when he was with the knicks but others have done it as well so it has happened but still put yourself in that situation is it as inexcusable as we are all saying that there's no way that you should not know what the score is in the situation.

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"mrs murphy" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on First and Last

"Person last michael junior here on espn radio and the espn app and press post game press conferences in postseason settings are usually an area we will a bunch of criticism players i got frustrating listen to that line of questioning that's a difficult spot to be because you understand where the reporter is trying to go but you also understand having been asked about this particular scenario any number of times why it would go that way at mulgrew paul tweets in in the one eight hundred flowers dot com twitter feed lebron scores fifty one but you haven't talked about how he disappeared in overtime no lebron james didn't disappear overtime the warriors woke up in a way that you fully expected after the way the end of that came to fruition the warriors woke up draymond green started hitting threes self check made the parents and my god gang i've just been handed an urgent horrifying news bulletin arm yourselves knowledge we've got mrs murphy's donuts here national donut day here in the building mrs murphy's coming through in the clutch it wouldn't be right we've been overdue we've been donut dry around here for a while tension is high to it's been all of two weeks but still it's quite a run for us espn radio's presented by progressive insurance of more than thirty unique coverage options available progressive knows small business learn more progressive commercial dot com are we got donuts we got basketball and because it's five o'clock because this is first and last and because we believe in standards around here five o'clock also means something house jerry wars five clog me.

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"mrs murphy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Handicap the vendors so lindsey who are the big favorites we're going to have serving rips she was trained well it's true we love all of our revenge chicago food vendors it's an amazing roster this year so there's there's two sort of rib competitions that happen at refresh accrue andrea there is the judge's choice which wgn's out and kevin powell has participated in judging is sunday after ribs while he was judging sorry patty do at one year two patti vasquez she did deputy celebrity judges this here you'd like to keep an eye out i'm rib fest chicago dot com for those announcements well you there to do without dave so there's a judge's competition and and there's a people's choice you the festival attendees will be able to vote on your favorite ribs and the ribs that are in the studio right now for our so roseville have to have some of those teeth wedding reception at mrs mrs murphy's intends irish bistro and i thought i thought it was going to place where we're just going to be irish who'd had this awesome ribs all of the participants are fantastic though they credit for having won the most people's choice six years six years so what's their second they have a secret or do you have to kill me if i believe they're they're what they like to what mrs murphy's likes to highlight as their their sauce which a if i'm not mistaken has whiskey marmalade common do attempt to do you have to do how many total folks are participating and it's it's roughly half and half between vendors serving ribs and all kinds of other things a low today's tacos so there's there's a little something for everyone so how do you do this weekend like he won't sleep for three days hours basically yeah i mean and and it's for the team at the north center number it's you know the week before the week after sure it's it's a very much a community it's a labor of love though out our our community we have a wonderful family area.

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"mrs murphy" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on WINS 1010

"A woman's march on saturday and corresponded brian clarke has the detail days after she watched her husband me sworn in as governor of new jersey tammy murphy told the crowd in morris town decades ago as a college sophomore i was sexually assaulted murphy cofounder of a public policy initiative who's been married to fill murphy for more than twenty years since her attacker the university of virginia never faced justice inner case and he only went to jail later for a different crime by speaking out found hours praying and ensure our lives not divine by does experience mrs murphy said she was walking along a path what a man grabbed her and pulled her into the bushes he said she put the man's hand inflicted that rally was among dozens of were stage nationwide saturday including a big one in manhattan attended by our carol d'auria many more pink hats and thanks cars but there was nothing frivolous about this crowd they were some one hundred thousand strong some very angry all very passionate as president trump begins his second year in office they said they want to be the resistance actress rosy peres said this is our time this is our moment we are going to keep the pressure on power to the polls to maintain we will let bad health we will let them know that we are we are now going rosy perera said what women due to x movie mogul harvey weinstein we have to do to president trump other speakers included whoopi goldberg actress veronica done and entertainers halsey and milk carol d'auria ten ten wins.

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"mrs murphy" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on WGTK

"Children hoping for a new life on the pacific coast but november they became trapped for four months and heavy snowfall around the body of water it which is now known as don or lake at least thirty five members the party died of starvation illness or freezing cold and the survivors according to most accounts kept themselves alive by cannibalising the bodies one diary entry from february eighteen fortyseven reported on a woman plan adding one final intimacy with her late husband mrs murphy said here yesterday that she thought she would dance on milton and eat him i do not think so that she has done so yet it is distressing we'll obviously this grisly hontov tale had become wellknown and frequently recounted by the time theodore first be held the haunted ground of donner pass but no horrid associations could stop him from recognizing the sites potential along the same ridge that had tracked the donner party he could build a path over the sierra with bridges tunnels and overpasses that would keep the track at a gentle enough grade to accommodate the locomotives that time while others might have shunned the route because of its taint of bad luck and barbaric behaviour it might have spoken with special forced to ted juda with his abiding belief in the power of rail transport to transform every aspect of reality this grim forbidding place where wagon bound travellers had suffered deadly immobility for months could now give way to.

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"mrs murphy" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"mrs murphy" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"But this isn't about john kelly or his past experiences or his combat tours or his rank a fourstar general this is about presidential leadership i was also disgusted truthfully with congressman congress woman's wilson's remarks and listening into a phone conversation that was private but that's not the point the point is that we have continued to be divisive in all of this that uh john kelly's action today were separated from from his time as a general and as a commander and he he's now in the political realm and unfortunately i think his comments today were on toward he should not have been the one out there i i didn't appreciate what he did to the professional members of the press the journalist and i'm sure there are many people who consider journalists the enemy the truthfully they are part of a free society and he attacked them today and he separated and continue the divisiveness that continues in the society what we saw today was another day where the focus wasn't on the families like the couple you just had on mr and mrs murphy and mr and mrs johnson that rauner earlier today and the suffering that they're going through because there are soldiers are dead and i think we have to stop this vis a vis and go back to the point of empathy and understanding and humility within our society and within our presidential leadership admiral kirby ha how do you see what happened today.

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