Kendra, the big sister, and Hannah, the little sister, are lazy about things like housecleaning and having a social life but obsess over the important things, like who'd they want to make out with in an apocalypse. (Answer: Daryl.) They have smart opinions about lazy things and can't wait for you to join the conversation.
Episode 29: A Temporary So Long
Kendra and Hannah have too many children and too few brain cells. After podcasting for almost four years, they're taking a short break.
Episode 28: Why We Love the Enneagram
The Enneagram is a wonderfully introspective personality typing system that Kendra and Hannah are obsessed with. Find out their types and how to find out you're on.
Episode 27: Actors We Love So Much That We'll Watch Their Crappy Movies
We've all done it. We watch a terrible movie because the guy is hot or the woman is Sandra Bullock. And maybe we watch it twice. Or ten times. Actually, don't count, it's embarrassing. Kendra and Hannah share their list; what's on yours?
Episode 26: The Best Proposals and Weddings on Screen
We root for them, long for them, and relish them when they happen. In this episode, we talk about our favorite proposals and weddings in movies and television. There's also some PG-13 goodness if you make it to the end of Our Longest Episode Yet.
Episode 25: Real Time with Kendra and Hannah
Hannah is back in North Carolina! For good! We catch up on jet lag, nursery rhymes, and what we've been watching. Slash Hannah's daughter Imi busts her face throughout the recording. And Kendra's son Ben makes his own tired appearance. It's real, y'all. Super real.
Episode 24: Foods You Should Be Buying for a Better Life
Target as too many choices, so Kendra and Hannah are going to help you choose the foods you need in your house.
Listening to archived episodes while cleaning my house - thank you for the delightful entertainment while I scrub.
Laughed out loud.
I loved this podcast. I felt like I was sitting with them and chatting. I laughed out loud a lot and enjoyed every minute.
A listening necessity
If my sister and I had a podcast it would be eerily like this one. I laugh so hard and then miss my own sister. I just love it.