Football Season and Marriage Summary: Does your hubby LOVE football, but you don’t? Welcome to the club. Even though 45% of the football fanbase is made up of women, there are still those who don’t. This episode is targeted to women who don’t give a fiddler’s fart about football. Prepare…Read More
Home Security & Safety Summary: Is your home secure? Do you know the most vulnerable points of your home for an intruder to get in? In this episode we share lots of security awareness, safety tips and encourage you to come up with a plan to keep you and your…Read More
Should adult children pay rent? Summary: Getting those “baby birds” to fly is a thing. It’s a process for both parents and their grown children. What are parents to do if their children continue to live at home? In this episode, we will dive into that important topic. Here’s a…Read More
Popular Phrases and Idioms Summary: Have you ever wondered about the origin of popular phrases and idioms? There are hundreds of them in everyday language. Idioms are a group of words established by usage as having a meaning not deducible from those of the individual words (e.g., rain cats…Read More
Is it too late for a big change? Summary: Did you go to college, but for whatever reason, didn’t finish? You’re not alone. One study says that 40% of people are in that boat. This episode of the Life Happens Laugh Anyway Podcast talks about what steps to take…Read More
Yep! Gospel means “good news” and my MRI gave me some of that today. Praise the Lord my breasts aren’t tumorized and my nodes aren’t enlarged…alleluia!!! This makes me sooooooo happy. And, it also makes me an excellent candidate for lumpectomy plus radiation instead of more extensive surgery. This also makes me very happy! Yes. Yes. Yes. Read More
My expression after Julie, the tech, left me with two gowns and rattled off some instructions and I couldn’t remember where the opening was supposed to be. Oh my![/caption]
Today was my first ever MRI. I was nervous about it because I dislike small spaces. I’m not claustrophobic, but I avoid crowded elevators.