Every week, "A Million and One Things" hosted by Temple Kinyon and Cynthia Lee De Boer presents information on a variety of topics. Occasional guests step in to offer their
experience and expertise to the topic of the day. It’s always interesting to see what these two ladies have to offer because as they say ”Because It's Cool to Know Stuff.”
What's in a Name?
What's in a name? Everything! And that's what Cynthia De Boer and Temple Kinyon talk about in this episode. From their names, their family names, and names of businesses and streets, Temple and Cynthia cover a lot of ground. Join in the fun because it's cool to know stuff!
The Jobs We've Had
Temple and Cynthia discuss the jobs they've had, how they have influenced their lives and propelled them to now, It's an interesting conversation that will enlighten the listener to the various good and bad aspects of any job.
Money, Then & Now
Temple and Cynthia discuss the history and the possible future for money. Learn about white deer skin, wampum, and crypto-currency, just to name a few. You'll be amazed at what they've discovered.
Interview with Joe & Pam Anderson, Idaho Farmers
Ever wonder what it's like to grow food to feed the world? Join Cynthia and Temple as they interview lifetime farmers from Idaho, Joe & Pam Anderson. From wheat to garbanzo beans and worries of dam breaching, find out what these Idaho farmers face in today's world and how they keep going after almost six decades together.
Art with Penny Rea
Join Temple Kinyon in Idaho and Cynthia De Boer at Quirky Minds Media as they film their first remote episode. Their very special guest is Cynthia's talented younger sister, Penny Rea. You'll love learning all about Penny's love of art, how it began and how she uses it to help students and those her purchase her incredible work. As an added treat, Penny shares a wonderful recycled art project that anyone can do and enjoy in a number of ways. Come along for the fun:-)
A Peek Into 'A Book About A Thousand Things'
Temple Kinyon and Cynthia De Boer take a peek into 'A Books About A Thousand Things' published in 1947. Learn what things have stood the test of time and laugh along with nthesentwo funny ladies.