Category Archives: Celebrations

Show# 77: Gender Bending

This podcast is a reprise of a show we did in December 2008.

Wendy relates her experience cross-dressing for a Halloween party at a biker bar, and we talk about other experiences as well.

 

Wendy, as she normally looks
Wendy, as she normally looks
Rich, her husband
Rich, her husband
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Wendy, in her “Rich Costume”
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Wendy, hamming it up at the party

 

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Show #73: Your Luck is in the Cards… the Tarot Cards that is

How Lucky are you !   With St. Patrick’s Day bringing the Luck of the Irish this month, we talk about some tarot cards that represent luck when they appear in a reading, and can help attract luck when used as a meditation tool.   Looking at the down-to-earth Druidcraft Tarot, the classic Rider-Waite Deck, the story-rich Mythic Tarot and Ciro Marchetti’s beautiful Tarot of Dreams, we discuss lucky cards, like the Sun, the Ten of Cups, the Wheel of Fortune and more.  Perhaps you have similar insights, or additional ideas.  Listen to our discussion, then email us with your thoughts.  <3

Apollo, the Sun God: a very happy & lucky card, not to mention beautiful.  From the Tarot of  Dreams
Apollo, the Sun God: a very happy & lucky card, not to mention beautiful.                      (The Sun card from the Tarot of Dreams)
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Show #64: What We Hate About the Holidays

(we are posting this early, just in time for Xmas – show 61 and 62 will be up in good time). In this show, we talk about what drives us crazy during the holiday season, and how to handle “those questions” (you know the ones – “When are you having a baby?” “When are you getting married?” “When are you getting a real job?”) from relatives or others that you only see maybe once a year.

Our advice is to be prepared: have your “elevator speech” ready. Donna has an example of how to graciously change the subject. Wendy has a rant about how many “real jobs” someone in the arts actually has. Mary has a rant about how people in the performing arts are perceived by people outside the field.

We also talk about the secret Santa societies and the documentary film  I Am Santa Claus (playing on Netflix at the time of this writing), and a beautifully written essay on how a performing artist answered the question “Do you have a [real] job?”

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Show 22 – Mary’s Got A Hangover

Mary’s got a hangover, and our helpful women offer suggestions so that she doesn’t need to suffer with another one in the future. We also find out the secrets of the Steely Dan Drink Quest, and discover that Audacious Robin has some nifty T-shirts for sale on her zazzle page!

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