Featuring all new material, we whisk you to distant shores on this week’s episode with clips from all of our guests over the last year talking about their favorite vacations and/or what they love about summer, especially here in Canada. (leave that winter snow behind!) Get ready to relax and recharge on this funny, sunny installment.
Monthly Archive: August 2015
RUSH super fan, Ian Graham, focuses us in on his passion for all things music; from his band “Eye Rhyme” (They are big in Mexico FYI!) to his “Small Dog” recording studio, we never drift too far. We also explore his political views, especially on the environment and global warming, and how he has taken his own steps by running his van on vegetable oil, and installing solar panels on his home and rental property. This independently minded individual speaks from the heart all the way thru. Come for a listen, but don’t get him started in those MAC stores.
In this episode we hear of Sylvia’s family running from Poland at a time of fear and transition, to a German refugee camp, eventually on to Canada, and how these circumstances have formed this take charge lady. This creative individual tells us about her love of acting, singing in a band playing Boney M and ABBA tunes, and how she began her current career as a photographer. We also discuss getting married at an early age and whether or not to have children, her chronic headaches, Yoga, and being a Thanatophobia. (Even Sylvia will have to look up this one)
A lover of music, art and animals, Heather Caton is a relaxed, hard working mother of one young son. We chat about taking on the responsibility of home ownership at an early age, dog sledding, being a Home Schooling Mom, the difficulties of a broken marriage, and travelling the summer Festival circuit in her teardrop trailer, selling her unique glasswork jewelry. A casual laid back discussion with a person looking to experience life, and move through it in positive, drama-free atmosphere.