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Grandmas are supposed to be knowledgable, the best cooks, and of course super sweet. Well Grandma V is really not any of those things. She's inexperienced, burns Mexican rice, and gets into altercations at the grocery stores of all things. Hell she thought she was going to be a grandma at the ripe age of 60, living on social security, and probably using a dam walker. However those plans went awry when her first grand baby decided to show up when she was just 41 years old! Most of her friends ...
 
Hear inspiring stories leading up to Grandma's Marathon, a 26.2-mile road race along the scenic shores of Lake Superior and finishing in Duluth, Minn. Started in 1977 with only 150 runners, Grandma's Marathon is now the 12th largest marathon in the United States and brings approximately 20,000 participants to northern Minnesota each June. Our podcast is brought to you with the support of Essentia Health. Grandma's Marathon is proudly presented by Toyota, Members Cooperative Credit Union, and ...
 
Grandma Knight's Tales* includes stories that provide entertainment and, hopefully, some moral learning to small listeners. A special dedication goes out to the narrators own grandchildren, by whom this book was inspired. "Merry Christmas to my Bucket, Stuff, Jo-Jo, Buster Brown Eyes, and little Curly...grandma loves you! And a very Merry Christmas to children all over the world! Enjoy!" (Deborah Knight, December 2013) Created to inspire an early love for reading, writing, and literary works ...
 
We've all got grandmas, they've all got stories. Each week, I interview a friend about their grandma and learn about the life of a unique woman through the eyes of their grandchild. This podcast is an exploration of the strength of women and the legacy of the women who made us who we are. This is also a memory project. The way we as grandchildren learn about our grandparents is often through the memories of others. This podcast also explores how these memories change and mythologize the woma ...
 
Join two sassy ladies, Barb Pinklestat and Agnes Markowitz, as they cover all the essentials of being a hip grandma. These essentials include the do's and don't's of knitting, how to be classy sassy, and why you don't want to be known as the crazy cat lady. How to Be a Grandma: Knitting and other Knecessities will lend a comedic spin on the world of Grandmas.
 
Based on the documentary of the same name available on Amazon Prime Video, Fixing Grandma is a motivational podcast from the lessons and wisdom of Chaplain Barbara Y. Williams. Interviewed by her Grandson/Filmmaker, William Wonders III, Chaplain Barbara Y. Williams has worn many hats from mother of 11 children, Chaplain in the Church of God in Christ as well as Chaplain/Administrator in the Civil Air Patrol. Take a journey with us as we explore the personal and professional wisdom of Chaplai ...
 
Language is power. Emojis, slang, the subjunctive mood . . . all colour our words with meaning. Interested? Then you’re in the right place. Welcome to the Have You Eaten Grandma? podcast. Join Gyles Brandreth, Natalie Haynes and a group of fellow word nerds as they journey through the intricacies and everyday pitfalls of the English language Discover more about the book behind the podcast at http://bit.ly/HYEGwts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to the mysterious English seaside town of Whitby, where all the monsters and demons of old come to retire and live out the remainder of their spooky days and nights. There's a strange new landlady in town, opening a B&B by the harbour: a lady with a tall black beehive, nasty scars about her person and a very chequered past... An eight-part audio drama written by Paul Magrs (Doctor Who), and starring Anne Reid (Last Tango in Halifax) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out infor ...
 
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When it comes to growing your wealth, most people think about one thing: The stock market. But almost nobody understands the market. They hand their money to a Wall Street firm and hope they don’t have to cash out when the market’s down again. But you don’t have to give your money to bankers and hope for the best. In this episode, Wall Street veter…
 
Going broke is heartbreaking. Everything you’ve worked for evaporates in front of your eyes. You feel as if you wasted all those years. But when you do lose money, you have two choices: You can restart the your failed strategy that failed before - or learn from your failures and grow your wealth sustainably. This week’s guest Jennifer Grimson chose…
 
On the final episode of both our four-part planetary exploration and the first season of the podcast, Rhiannon covers Uranus and Neptune. We hear a bit about the Roman myths and discuss why Roman deities might be the ones used for our planets’ names. Rhiannon signs off for a brief summer vacation. Royalty-free music courtesy of pixabay.com. Movemen…
 
Founder and former executive director Scott Keenan joins the podcast ahead of the 2021 Grandma's Marathon. After helping to start the race in 1977, Keenan retired in 2013 following 37 years at the helm of what's become one of the largest marathons in the United States. Keenan also has a new book surrounding the race called "My Journey to Grandma's …
 
In the third of four installments of our planets series, Rhiannon discusses various names for Jupiter and Saturn. While the social planets tend to have fewer associated myths compared to the inner ones, as a rule, that doesn’t mean we lack interesting topics to cover. We explore just as many different faces of the planets as we did in the first two…
 
Growing your business feels awesome. You have more clients, work with a bigger team and make a bigger impact. But when you work hard to grow your business, you also deserve to get rewarded more. That’s why you need to look at your profits, not your revenue. This week’s guest Jonathan Rivera grew his profits 60-70% in 2020, when most business owners…
 
In part two of our four-part planet series, Rhiannon gives us mythological tales from around the world associated with Earth and Mars. We have a grand time with the remaining two inner planets, learning some scientific facts, complaining about auto-correct, and finally encountering planets that have moons. Royalty-free music courtesy of pixabay.com…
 
This week, we kick off a four-part exploration of the names of the planets. Rhiannon’s first installment covers Mercury and Venus. We look at the mythology behind four different names applied to each of these two heavenly bodies. Don’t worry, we still get our weekly fix of science and etymology! Royalty-free music courtesy of pixabay.com. Movements…
 
When it comes to your finances, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut. People keep putting your money into the same savings account, contribute to the same 401k and make the same stock-picking mistakes—even if those investments don’t serve them. But you don’t have to do what you’ve always done. You can decide to make financial decisions that serve you no…
 
Duluth Mayor Emily Larson and Lake County Chamber of Commerce President Janelle Jones join the podcast to talk about the municipal support that's required for Grandma's Marathon each and every year. Mayor Larson and her city staff are integral to the success of Grandma's Marathon weekend, and the planning for each race is truly a year-round process…
 
Rhiannon still hasn’t learned Old English, but this week, she uses it to bring us a neologism. We learn about the etymology of “lord” and “lady”, and learn about their gender-neutral third variant that was lost to time. After reviving a more inclusive honorific, we head down the rabbit hole once again. Royalty-free music courtesy of pixabay.com. **…
 
Herb Dillon is a longtime volunteer of Grandma's Marathon and has been part of the event's medical team for more than 40 years now. Dillon has a military background and, after coming off active duty, started working triage with Grandma's Marathon in 1979 and has been back for every race since. He's now one of the leaders of the weekend's medical te…
 
On today’s special birthday episode, Rhiannon discusses the history of cake frosting and cakes in general. We explore the different kinds of confectionary toppings and take a trip down the rabbit hole. Royalty-free music courtesy of pixabay.com. ***Recommendation of the Week: Vegan Cake Frosting*** https://www.noracooks.com/vanilla-vegan-frosting/ …
 
Entrepreneurs are ambitious, hard-working people with a dream. They do their best to build a legacy for their family and wealth for themselves. But most businesses fail within the first few years. In this episode, you’ll discover how to build a company that leaves a legacy. Want to impact your community and family for generations? Listen now! Show …
 
Rhiannon had a shower thought that, surely, treadmills began as a torture device. Rhiannon was correct. This week, we discuss the origins and development of the treadmill, hear about their benevolent use in areas like physical therapy, and head down the rabbit hole to learn about a variety of things that are definitely 100% not at all euphemisms. (…
 
Doug Nelson is a longtime volunteer of Grandma's Marathon and has been part of the event's communications team for more than 35 years now. Doug and his team are responsible for many things on race weekend, including keeping the course clear and communicating any issues that may arise throughout the day. Inducted into the Grandma's Marathon Hall of …
 
Our first-ever guest interview is a mega-episode! This week, Rhiannon is joined by Tay Clarke, a choral educator and all-around wonderful human, who gives us some insight on the history of choirs and choral music. We begin in Ancient Greece, discuss some important developments throughout the centuries, and talk about the choir scene these days. Man…
 
Many people are taught that they should never take on debt. You get money in the short term, but you have to pay back more than you borrowed because you’re paying interest. It might sound like interest is just another unnecessary expense. And you shouldn’t pay interest for years just to watch football on a bigger TV. But there are cases when intere…
 
Today we let the Random Article algorithm provide us with Rhiannon’s episode topic. It did not disappoint, leading us to Irene D. Long. Dr. Long was the first African American woman to be appointed Chief Medical Officer at the Kennedy Space Center. Hear about her life, career, and research in this mini-episode. This podcast is produced and edited b…
 
We finish up our two-part exploration of the history of neckties by looking at the trends when it comes to neckties in women’s fashion, ties found in uniforms, and arguments for and against the wearing of neckties. Rhiannon goes down the rabbit hole live for the first time. This podcast is produced and edited by me, Rhiannon. Royalty-free music cou…
 
Passive income sounds great: You get money from something long after you’ve put in the work. And if your passive income exceeds your salary, you’d never have to work again! But, like most things, passive income isn’t as easy as people in YouTube Ads make it sound. But it’s not impossible either. If you want to get passive income, you need to do you…
 
In Part One of our two-part treatment of neckties, Rhiannon gives us the low-down on different types of ties, the history of neckties, and the ties called for by various common dress codes. While our discussion starts off with heavy-handed military influence, it winds up developing into quite a party! The segment “Etymological Intermezzo” is establ…
 
Longtime race announcers Peter Graves and Michael Pinocci recount their favorite memories of Grandma's Marathon weekend, as seen from their perch above the finish line in Duluth's Canal Park. Pinocci placed second in the 1984 full marathon with a time of 2:14:01, and he is a 2004 inductee into the Grandma's Marathon Hall of Fame. He touches on his …
 
This week, Rhiannon talks about the origins of middle names. We discuss a couple of similar concepts from around the world, take a crash course in Swedish law, hear the most popular middle names (in the UK), and descend once again into the rabbit hole. This podcast is produced and edited by me, Rhiannon. Royalty-free music courtesy of pixabay.com. …
 
There’s no step-by-step plan to get rich. Even if your career is skyrocketing, you might have to care for a parent, lose your job or have a terrible accident. Things outside of your control can always get in the way. But you can ensure you’ll never be poor with simple financial strategies that keep you out of financial trouble. In this episode, you…
 
This week, Rhiannon tells us about the history of door hinges. This episode covers everything from mythology to Conestoga wagons, and we even hear a whisper about the Emperor’s New Groove. Learn about the supplies you’ll need to shore up your lair’s defense mechanisms and finally find out what the heck an escutcheon is. This podcast is produced and…
 
Rhiannon tells us all about how black pepper became the seasoning that virtually always goes with salt. We discuss the spice from a scientific perspective and talk about why not everyone loves having it around. Rhiannon attempts to play the Wikipedia game for the first time. This podcast is produced and edited by me, Rhiannon. Royalty-free music co…
 
If you’re like most people, you don’t want to spend money on things that don’t matter. Designer clothes, fancy cars and a new smartphone every year - that doesn’t make you happy. And it certainly doesn’t grow your wealth for the long term. But you also don’t want to be cheap. Never splurging on something denies you joyful moments to have money you’…
 
This week, Rhiannon discusses the history of history. We discuss what makes good history, consider the power of oral tradition, and take a tour from the first historians through the Enlightenment. This podcast is produced and edited by me, Rhiannon. Royalty-free music courtesy of pixabay.com. SOURCE MATERIAL ***Recommendation of the Week: Tom Porte…
 
Jill is joined by Sharon Betsworth, professor of religion and director of the Wimberly School of Religion at Oklahoma City University, to discuss Luke 2:41-52. In this passage Jesus is found learning in the Temple at 12 years old. They discuss Jesus' understanding of his vocation, the nature of childhood in the ancient world, and questions of Luke'…
 
Rhiannon’s first episode covers the history of the fork, from ancient cooking utensils to the standard four-tine implement we use today. Also discussed are various types of forks, alternatives to the fork, sporks, and forks in culture. This podcast is produced and edited by me, Rhiannon. Royalty-free music courtesy of pixabay.com. SOURCE MATERIAL *…
 
Whether you’re making 30,000 or 30,000,000 dollars per year, it always hurts to write the government a check for a portion of your money. And with a worldwide crisis wreaking havoc on the economy, the government is looking at increasing taxes. That might sound like bad news for building your wealth, but you can avoid tax increases — if you know how…
 
Jill walks you through the importance of ancient letter writing, the anatomy of the ancient letter, and discusses some of the difficulty in interpreting New Testament letters. She also discusses various approaches to Paul's correspondence with the Corinthian community to demonstrate how interpretation varies depending upon the questions you ask. Tr…
 
It was a unique set of circumstances that brought Kellyn Taylor to Grandma's Marathon in June 2018, and she arrived in Duluth with something to prove. After having to withdraw before the halfway mark of a cold and rainy Boston Marathon in April, Taylor was in top shape and now had an opening on her schedule for a Grandma's Marathon appearance. She …
 
Conventional long-term financial planning advice is this: Max out your Roth IRA and 401k, get it matched by your employer and you’re on track for a happy, wealthy retirement. And while many people have used that strategy for their retirement funds, it’s not the only strategy you can use to grow your wealth. In this episode, you’ll find out about th…
 
Jill examines this problematic passage by focusing on the social circumstances of the Canaanite Woman (Justa) and her demon-possessed daughter and how Jesus' initial refusal to help her may have had life-or-death consequences for the family unit. Transcript: https://drive.google.com/file/d/10u01_xrM5I7Rj9XTu2zhUQE-reAvg2tq/view?usp=sharing Sources …
 
When we consider investing money to grow our wealth, most of us think of the stock market. In theory, it’s easy: Constantly buy shares, watch their value grow over time and cash out when you want to retire. But in practice, things are more complicated. Stock market history is filled with stories of unexpected crashes, bursting bubbles and, most imp…
 
Nell Rojas was the 2019 Grandma's Marathon champion, running a time of 2:28:06 in just her second-ever marathon. That time qualified her for the 2020 US Olympic Trials, where she finished ninth. Now, Rojas has her sights set firmly on again qualifying for the Trials and earning a spot on the US Olympic Team. She talks about those career plans as we…
 
In this episode, Jill discusses the genre "Rewritten Bible." This genre describes the phenomenon of textual transmission wherein come communities intentionally recast, restructured, and/or retold books of the Bible. Transcript: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1N6aVI_6u4q-dr4WOkdEk4_07TxMXIxXI/view?usp=sharing…
 
2020 was a crazy year. We saw a lot of uncertainty, a stock market roller coaster and many financial disasters. We all hope 2021 will be better - both for our social lives and our finances. Many people have set lofty goals like paying off their mortgage early, finally investing to grow their wealth or simply spend less. As always, putting your plan…
 
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