Two brassy broads trying their best to make sense of life’s nonsense. Call it humorous therapy. Or Irreverent self-help. Learn a little, laugh a little, and leave feeling lighter. We hope.
Coincidence, Serendipity or Synchronicity?
Wherein CC and Val ruminate on the difference between simple coincidences and more meaningful synchronicities. And how does serendipity factor in? So many big words. We break it down to…. paperclips… and wolves? A circuitous conversation. As always.
Mangled Lyrics and Jangled Jingles
Wherein CC and Val toss about lyrics they’ve managed to misquote or heard miss-sung over the years. With a scenic detour about impersonators and poetry from childhood, we were loose in this episode of Loose Ends. And we apologize in advance for any unfortunate bladder accidents.
Wherein CC and Val discuss the nature of grief: the love and loss; the blessed and the bitter. Val shares the deeply personal story of her mother's recent passing and the ways in which grief can sneak up on you out of the blue. The pearls hide in the pain. *Warning: this one's not so ha-ha-ha. But guys, it's raw, real, and relevant.
Money, Money, Money
Wherein CC and Val talk about how money messages from our past can impact our choices in the present and cloud relationships. One way worthiness issues show up. And love enters into it, but money never seems to be an issue on soap operas. What’s that about?
T**s and Ass
Wherein CC and Val share their overt contempt for the current phase of bloated lips, butt cheeks and boob jobs. Who crowned the crazy K family queens? And what does that say about our cultural value system? There's two sides to everything, and plastic surgery is no exception.
Spirituality vs Religion
Wherein CC and Val go diving into deeper waters and discuss the difference between some big concepts: what does it mean to live in spirit? What’s an organizing principle? What does a wild stallion and a saddle have to do with anything? And did Mel Books get it right on the Mount? As Val says, we need to get a little spiritual—even in our religion.