We should start at the very beginning. That’s a…very good place to start.
When you’re in the thick of it, it’s sometimes difficult to understand that the people that you believe are holding you back are actually responsible for propelling you forward.
The song on this episode was Emelie Carrara’s version of In The Mood…you can download the song here.
We all do things to make us feel better…Carly’s thing was extreme.
If you liked the music I used in the episode this week, go download it. The song was Young Folks by Peter, Bjorn & John can be downloaded here.
If you like What Some Would Call Lies…I’d like to suggest a very new and very special podcast. I just started a brand new show with my friend Joey. It’s called “Catching Up.”
Joe lives in LA…and each week we call and talk about what’s going on. Two friends just…catching up. We’re working on getting into the iTunes store…for now you can check it out at CUPodcast.com.
Holy crap, an entire hour of stories?!?
I participated in the annual Pride 48 Celebration this year. Pride 48 is a group of LGBT and LGBT friendly podcasts that get together (in Vegas and virtually) and stream 48 hours of podcasts. It’s an incredibly fun time. Pride48.com.
Since I had 60 full minutes to fill, I decided to tell 60 stories.
This week I tell a story about math. Super exciting. Listen to Episode 27: Integrate This
What was an attempt to combine or coordinate separate elements so as to provide a harmonious, interrelated whole, ended up teaching me more about how to distance myself from those unlike me.
The smell of barbeque sauce always reminds me of that moment when I learned some of the most important lessons I’ve ever learned.
Check out episode 25 of What Some Would Call Lies:
Y’all knew I was a complete bitch when you weren’t around, right? This week I prove it in Episode 15: It’s A Diminutive Planet In The End.