Click the file below the image for the second show of our podcast, in which Princess discusses some early symptoms she noticed, trademarks a new term, and I develop a healthy fear of toasters.
The reception the show has received so far has been phenomenal! Thanks SO much to all of our listeners. Please comment, like, follow, and share, if your fancy be so tickled. The feedback makes Princess’ day!
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In which we sum up impressions of our pilot episode. There may be some flirting. Listener discretion is to get over oneself.
Thanks to everyone who have shown us so much amazing support and incredible encouragement! We had no idea this little idea would be so warmly received. Princess is overwhelmed by all the great comments and feedback, and it has given her countless smiles. Which is really all that matters.
Click on the link below to listen to the first episode of our new podcast, My Princess Has MS. It’s a bit rough, as it’s our first go at a live, unscripted peek into what it’s like living with Multiple Sclerosis.
As former broadcasters, we’ll be endlessly trying to tweak the audio quality. But we’d love to hear what you think about the content!
Pseudonyms? Nah. Not unless I turn to writing erotica. And, if I did, I wouldn’t be announcing it here, because such things make my ears blush.
But it was a question posed on The Write Podcast, so I jumped at the chance for a little self-promotion and the opportunity to gab about anything writing.
You can catch the show here:
And if there is ever a Soundcloudpocalypse, here’s an archived copy:
I’m just one guest in a host of other Atlantic Canadian talent who give their opinions about pen names. And they are great people, so you should give them a listen. Spoiler: one person already is using one, but Mary Walsh (yes, THAT Mary Walsh) is not.
Princess and I recently accidentally taped what could be a teaser for a podcast.
After we listened to it, here’s her working description that she wrote, and, I have to say, if I read this on a list, I’d subscribe.
But I’m biased.
Working Description: A fantasy writing, body building, mental health nurse and his MS afflicted, perimenopausal, chronically depressed, anxiety ridden, panic stricken, OCD-bound, neurotic, poodle-obsessed wife discussing their life as empty nesters and dog parents; hopefully, making it sound more interesting than it really is.
We do, however, have broadcasting backgrounds that need not go to waste, so there’s that. Finally, that college diploma gets put to good use.
We have no idea what we’re doing, but it seems like fun, so why not. (That is also the guiding philosophy of our approach to both parenting and being married people).
You can listen to what could be the teaser below:
We’d love to hear what you think. Should we make it a thing?