I don’t believe in ghosts, but I don’t not believe in them either. In this episode, I ask the existential question: can you call a crime scene “home?”
We planned a trip to Colorado. We ended up getting our kicks on Route 66.
Spoiler alert: the coverage of this year’s epic road trip will come to you in two parts, and I will tease the second part to you for an entire hour. Mua ha ha. Shout out to Producer Amy for the list of discussion questions which drove the discussion.
Allow me to indulge in some unsolicited advice about how you (or someone you know with school age children) can make the most of this wild, weird school year that is upon us. Spoiler alert: you can do it!
Click here to read the correct facts about Charlotte Mason (which I butchered to an embarrassing degree).
Meet Dustin, an inventor, bread man, and founding producer of the show. Also my favorite* brother.
*coincidentally, he is my only brother
The truth I do not stretch or shove. When I state that the dog is full of love. I’ve also found, by actual test, an Olive dog* is the lovingest. – Ogden Nash
*original poem reads “a wet dog”
I totally forgot that I was an expert at planning drive by parties. Also, welcoming a new producer and giving shout-outs to producers new and old!
Making light of lockdown one makeshift bingo ball at a time.
I’m sure you’re up to your ears in Covid-19 news, so let’s take a trip through my set of 1989 encyclopedias and learn how one or two pandemics have shaped history in the past. Also find out how a sheep having breakfast spreads one of the great neglected diseases.