Hey, I wonder what my old friend is up to? Listen to TalkMeg where Margaret interviews her friends about what they've been up to lately! Like any good host, Margaret never misses an opportunity to talk about her own life too. Casual conversations with interesting people is what TalkMeg is all about.
TalkMeg was Margaret's first AOL Screen Name, the moniker was created by her dear old Dad in 1997.
Emily Tomasik - Clay Miniature Artist
Emily and Margaret made videos and ran cross country together in high school. Emily talks about going to film school, working on a farm, and finally moving to Asheville and setting up a business as a clay miniature artist.
Check out her Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/EmilyTomasik
And her instagram: @a_little_unnecessary
Tom Stahl - Singer Songwriter
Our first ever episode with LIVE music! Tom Stahl (Buffalo Music Hall of Famer) joins Margaret to talk about his journey to becoming a singer-songwriter. He tried his hand at comedy in LA before coming back to Buffalo to try acting on for size. He talks about meeting his wife, Lou Stahl and plays a song about her. Finally, with the coaxing of his lovely wife, he stepped onto the stage as a musician at a Nietzsche's open mic. Tom plays some songs in the studio during this groundbreaking episode.
Sister Patsy - Catholic Nun & Margaret's Aunt
Sister Patsy and Margaret sit down in the convent to discuss some of the issues facing the church today. Sister Patsy talks about her calling to be a nun, being a school principal, and her faith over the years. Sister Patsy ends the podcast by singing a St. Patrick's day song.
Mr. Swords - My 8th Grade English Teacher
Mr. Swords and Margaret sit down in Margaret's Buffalo-area studio to talk about Mr. Swords' 37 year teaching career. Mr. Swords starts by talking about how he went to a Seminary-focused high school. He then entered the Seminary with dreams of becoming a priest. He eventually left the seminary to become a teacher. Mr. Swords explains the philosophy behind his infamous "Spot Quizzes." Mr. Swords tells us why he thinks middle schoolers are the best students.
Margaret's Life Coach - Kacey Cardin
The episode you've all been waiting for! Margaret finally interviews her life coach. She tells us about getting kicked out of high school, emerging onto the burlesque scene, becoming a life coach.
Margaret and Kacey relive their biggest fights; like when Kacey asked Margaret how much money she has. Margaret reveals what she is most proud of in her life. Margaret also reveals that she thinks she may be, possibly, kind of good at her job.
Muck & Kelsea - Ultramarathons & Love
Muck and Kelsea come on the podcast to tell the story of their whirlwind romance! Muck just completed his third 100 mile running race and Kelsea made it all possible by organizing his support crew along the route. Kelsea and Muck talk us through Muck's most recent Leadville 100. Muck shares his advice for something thinking of running an ultra race. Kelsea and Muck bring the laughs and the love the TalkMeg.
Humorous yet Authentic
I wouldn’t have thought that a conversation between two people, totally unedited, could be so much fun to listen to! I SUPER enjoyed listening to humorous yet totally authentic conversations between acquainted people reconnecting.
A MUST listen!
For anyone looking to get a sense of the world-- what people are *really* doing and thinking; look no further! TalkMeg is a genuine, funny, surprising, and intimate look into the lives and thoughts of a variety of people. Rather that curating a show around a specific theme, Margaret talks to anyone and everyone and we as listeners get to enjoy and empathize with each guest and the ups and downs of everyday life. Listening to this podcast has broadened my perspective on people and the world and at the same time has helped me to realize how similar we can be. I highly recommend it for anyone and everyone!