Category Archive: Audio Podcast

Yeah, I’m plenty fun.

Yeah, I’m plenty fun.

In which I marvel at my extraordinarily inferior ability to play.

 

Get Rid of the Seaward

Get Rid of the Seaward

A spontaneous look at 2013, in relation to our recorded hopes for the year. And some aspirations for 2014.

 

Everyone’s laughing, and riding, and cornholing except Buster.

Everyone’s laughing, and riding, and cornholing except Buster.

In honour of Canada’s National Day of Podcasting 2013, an unbelievably boring, rambly conversation in which Mark and I reflect on our fond memories of podcasting, our growing girls, the totally enriching process behind my WTFW series and our appreciation of our friend Bob Ledrew. Etc. Listen at your own risk.

 

I think what you’re experiencing is your son’s very normal need to distance himself from his overbearing father. Am I touching something?

I think what you’re experiencing is your son’s very normal need to distance himself from his overbearing father. Am I touching something?

A somewhat depressing, soul-searching conversation in which we attempt to pull ourselves out of the disaster that teen parenting has started out to be.

 

Yes, that’s one of the things that attracted me to you

Yes, that’s one of the things that attracted me to you

Musings about effortless — absurdly lucky — us.

 

Thank you, 2012

Thank you, 2012

2012, Clan Ross-Blevis style.

 

It’s going to be good. It’s going to be good.

It’s going to be good. It’s going to be good.

A spontaneous reflection on surprises of 2012 and hopes for 2013 with my lovely, loving, laughing cousin, Kelly.

 

Remember how crazy our hair was back then?

Remember how crazy our hair was back then?

Our friend Natalie Holst’s surprise 40th birthday gives us the gift of a 24 hour visit to the 1980’s.

 

Keep your heads down and power through

Keep your heads down and power through

A supremely boring chat in which we reflect on our much loved, under-achiever morning routine and have some huge laughs at our attempts to move outside our comfort zones.

 

Well, you get a false feeling of superiority.

Well, you get a false feeling of superiority.

In which the Ross-Blevis gang reflects on the unbeatable satisfaction of positively impacting peoples’ lives — in ways teeny and not so teeny.

 
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