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29. Brush With Fame

Suebiquitous Podcast

Release Date: 12/01/2020

71. A Chat with Rebecca Lynn Howard show art 71. A Chat with Rebecca Lynn Howard

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What a fun and spontaneous interview with one of Nashville's sweethearts in the music scene. And I'm thrilled to call Rebecca friend. We'll dig a little deeper into her faith and share what's coming up next in her life.

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70. A Chat with CEO Deb Timson show art 70. A Chat with CEO Deb Timson

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A wonderful chat with CEO Deb Timson of Marriage Dynamics Institute in Franklin, TN. This extraordinary organization has helped over 85,000 couples make their marriage thrive. A candid, off the cuff interview with Deb Timson, puts a caring and loving face on a successful program that is still going strong today.

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69. Featuring Mary Anne Oglesby-Sutherly show art 69. Featuring Mary Anne Oglesby-Sutherly

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This candid, brash and wonderfully raw interview will have you laughing and crying about the difficulties of aging and dealing with dementia. Mary Anne is one gifted people-person, with credentials and heart to help the "hidden heroes" of her community in Gallatin TN. This heart-felt episode is as real and out there as it gets, telling stories about her friends with mental challenges.

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68. Poof Read! show art 68. Poof Read!

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On Episode 68 today, Jeff returns after fives weeks, and it's definitely a fun show. Discussing the art form of proofreading and it's fails... never fails!

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67. Sue Reads Her Book (Finale) show art 67. Sue Reads Her Book (Finale)

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Sue reads her book. And this episode 67 is the finale, where closure and the supernatural comes together. It may be hard for some to believe her stories, but they are true as ever. And Mei Chen vanishes and is never seen or heard from again. Suebiquitous: A Humorous Travelog of an Unfiltered Saint - the book. 

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66. Sue Reads Her Book Part 4 show art 66. Sue Reads Her Book Part 4

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The story-weave thickens as Sue and Mei Chen begin their day-journey into Seoul. Besides all that, there will be some insight and teaching on how Sue handles her "SUEture" tendancies; how she wants to fix everything, but in time, realizes this is not a healthy choice. Lots of reflections; lots of flashbacks - you'll love chapters 7 & 8 of the "Suebiquitous" book - with side bar adds... :)

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65. Sue Reads Her Book Part 3 show art 65. Sue Reads Her Book Part 3

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Continuing with Sue's read of "Suebiquitous: A Humorous Travelog of an Unfiltered Saint", this episode 65 starts to thicken with question about Mei Chen. How is she so quickly moving into Sue's heart, at such a quick amount of time? The levity of the journey to Seoul continues.

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64. Sue Reads Her Book Part 2 show art 64. Sue Reads Her Book Part 2

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Mei Chen, Sue's seat mate on Korean Airlines to Seoul, begins to make her way into Sue's heart. This story-weave from "Suebiquitous: A Humorous Travelog of an Unfiltered Saint" the book, continues with this week's episode number 64 - Chapters 3 & 4. 

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63. Sue Reads Her Book! show art 63. Sue Reads Her Book!

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Sue Duffield, author - reads two chapters of her book this week, from "Suebiquitous: A Humorous Travelog of an Unfiltered Saint". Enjoy the add-ons, the humor, the laughter and the revisiting of an exceptional story.

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62. Recording and Reminiscing show art 62. Recording and Reminiscing

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We're really going back - almost fifty years here - recording studio stories and projects! What a depth-charge of memories here, where each project felt more like a "friends" than a record. For all musicians, you'll get this episode.

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From Bruce Willis to Boots Randolph to Kareem Abdul Jabar - this episode is a fun look at all the "brushes" we had with fame. Some really cool people, in fact! Household names or not, it's still a great conversation starter, when you're tired of political opinions and heated discussions! Just start talking about famous people, and watch how the conversation takes a crazy turn.