What I learned in Middle School, Panini Generation update, Sandusky Trial: Chaos Chronicles 517

by Lian on June 15, 2012

Look at me! Friday afternoon podcast. Oh, yeah.

Fri, 15 June 2012

On the show this week:

Panini Generation Update: transition not so smooth, thanks.

Middle School Graduation Observations and What I Learned in Middle School

In the news: The Sandusky trial

To Do List: Father’s Day Gift Items Click here for the complete list of Podcasts, Audio Systems, Tools, Leafblowers

Embrace my Chaos,
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pat in o.c. June 18, 2012 at 8:32 AM

Sandusky – I hope someone can convince him to please throw himself on the mercy of the court….& end the gut wrenching trial. How many other young boys, now men, did not have the heart right now to face Jerry in a court? How many people had doubts about him, & turned the other way? He was smart, jovial, helpful, appeared Penn State perfect, & all the while, he was harming children under the nose of everyone.

Your Mom & Dad – God Bless Your Parents. I know he is in good hands at the facility, & w/all of you keeping an eye on things. Your Mom has lost her daily partner, friend, & soulmate to a disease. I pray she will be comforted by the love & care of her wonderful children & grandchildren.
I love the humor you all hold on to! Good!

Ikea plastic bag holders – $1.99. They’re great, and colorful!

Kristin June 16, 2012 at 3:41 PM

Love Bill’s comments. Haven’t finished listening, just know I love your sharing all this with us. My in laws, one set, are more and more infirmed. My nine and six year old children, so challenged by seeing it. Thank you Lian, for welcoming us all in to this journey with you!

William J. June 16, 2012 at 8:12 AM

First Happy Fathers’ Day to all the dads, substitute dads, coaches, teachers, single women parents that are both mother and father to their children, and anyone who has taken an minute to help or mentor a child.

Lian, I feel when listening to your podcasts it is like reliving my family’s life. I would love to tell you that it is going to get easier with your dad but I really can’t. Find the largest roller coaster in Southern California, meet all your siblings there and all of you take a ride on it. Afterward turn to your siblings and say “I just wanted you to experience what the next few years will be like with our parents.” What I did learn through the process with my dad is that the people to watch out for the most is your mom and yourselves. Your dad is being watched and getting the best care he can under the circumstances. Your mom, you, and your siblings aren’t. It won’t do any good if you or any of the siblings get ill or stressed out or to tired to live life. And if your Mom gets sick you get a double dose of reality. Just know my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family on a daily basis.

Be well.


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