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Listen to stories written in ten minutes by people from all walks of life

Life In 10 Minutes Podcast Ben Krumwiede, Valley Haggard

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Listen to stories written in ten minutes by people from all walks of life

    17: Lee Sowder & Maureen McSweeney

    17: Lee Sowder & Maureen McSweeney

    Did you know that a contingent of extremely talented and wonderful women
    just got back from the FIRST EVER Life in 10 Minutes retreat in San Miguel,
    Mexico? This episode features two of these fantastic writers, who also
    happen to be dear friends of mine. They talk about their experiences, past
    and present, and give a piece of themselves into their stories.

    16: Rosie Messer

    16: Rosie Messer

    More and more retirees are taking up part-time jobs. But what kinds of
    jobs? The answer may surprise you.

    Rosie puts her own unique blend of emotion, humor, and good ol’ southern
    charm into everything she writes. This episode is for her. Thank you,
    Rosie, for the light you bring to the world.

    15: Margaret Woody & JD DeHart

    15: Margaret Woody & JD DeHart

    Margaret was found as a 5 pound baby in Korea and adopted. Her new family
    gave her plenty to eat but she is still hungry.

    A seven-year-old boy dons a toucan mask. He climbs a tree and builds a
    nest. Will he ever come down, or is it just a phase??

    14: Pam James & Lee Sowder

    14: Pam James & Lee Sowder

    Pam gets herself into quite a pickle at a trip to a monastery. Lee tells us
    about her time with friends in a cozy cabin.

    13: Rosie Messer & Tim McCready

    13: Rosie Messer & Tim McCready

    The very second she started being perfect. His first favorite song. Her mother’s death. His first crush. She was perfect. He was opinionated. She made mud pies. He imagined a first kiss, in a pool, chaste and pure.

    12: Lauren Mosher & Rosie Messer

    12: Lauren Mosher & Rosie Messer

    The moon brings out the best in us, and the worst. Branches reach up to the sky, warning us of what is to come. A list of things to do before you die seems contrived. The only real joy comes from observing the everyday phenomena that surround all of us. Stopping to smell the proverbial roses. Shouldn't we already be doing that?

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