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James Kennison and his wife Jennifer tell how Depression, Anxiety and Bi-Polar progressively changed their lives. How it disabled James, changed his personality, and cost him his career as a Pastor, and his family life they had built. It’s also a story of hope and recovery. This is part 2 of a 2 part series.Continue Reading …
Once again we’re celebrating the little, tiny wonderful things in life… which this week are:
- Adobe Audition Presets and Windows Fonts still on my computer due to an SSD.
- Nobody’s Listening podcast is being featured in “What’s Hot” in the “Kids and Family” section of iTunes along with Made My Day.
- I survived three days without my family with no noticeable anxiety or depression!
- A great quote from Unknown.
- We got all our Christmas presents wrapped and one on Christmas eve-eve.
- A little miscommunication from my 5 year old son concerning the dog.
- Jenn and I talked about our future.
- Got an awesome comment from a MMDCast listener.
- Got Christmas all set-up by midnight Christmas eve.
- Jenna cried with joy when she saw our gift to the family.
- J enjoyed an unexpected gift the most of all.
- Jenn cooked an amazing meal.
- I got some good loot for Christmas!
- Went to Busch Gardens in Tampa, Florida with the family… and a good attitude.
- Jenna’s got jokes… so does J.
- My friend Jon sends me a heartwarming video.
- The kids enjoy their Squishy Baff.
- Jenn lets me off the hook with a very astute observation about the podcast.
- Reading a great book: Exiles: Living Missionally in a Post-Christian Culture
- My friend, Ethan Nicolle has had an amazing year!
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It’s the first episode of Made My Day. The first podcast episode I’ve recorded in over a year.
You just made my day by downloading and listening. Thanks!
This episode we introduce the show’s concept and talking a little about why it’s important to me personally. Then banging through a week’s worth of things that made each day worthwhile including: Milli Vanilli, Ceiling Fan pull chains, typing lessons, 1.5 megapixel photos from 2000, and the horror of pants dropping on fans.
Then we read the MMD’s from some early bird pre-listeners and give a very special thank you to three important people: Janusz S., Ana S. and Tamara S. Without their monthly donations every show on the network would have been unavailable.
Gravity a flash comic by Hannah Unkrich – A wonderful explanation of how it feels to be sick… and then ostracized on top of that. I really like the meds angle. The more people share about this Depression thing the better.
Peter’s Online Typing Course – We’re teaching our 8 and 5 year old how to type… cause they want to be able to type in Minecraft. This is what I’m using. It’s a great resource for teaching anyone how to type. I’m using it to review my numbers and symbols. Did I mention everything is free?
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