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Episode #33: Becky Owen

Episode #33 is up! Becky Owen discusses why she’s a bad military wife, how flying from Germany to the US with five children is easier than grocery shopping, what family means, the best way to teach your kids about Egyptian history, and more.

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Five questions with Nick Howell, Administrative Specialist II, King County Elections 

Why did you start in your role with King County?

I started as a short-term temp in the Elections phone bank. A few of my family members had worked seasonal King County positions and they recommended I come in and give it a try. 670 more words

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Episode #32: Terri Braxton

In which Terri discusses the unexpectedly paradoxical contrast between her childhood in DC and boarding school in Massachussetts and how it changed the course of her life, helping her daughter aim for Miss America, the music that moves and inspires her, and Maya Angelou’s… 9 more words

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Episode #31: Sara DeWitt

In which Sara shares an embarrassing story from elementary school in which she was played; how she’d like to go back in time; her ability to find things even from far away; and her dinner party with her grandmother, Fred Rogers, Anne Lamott, and others. 27 more words

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Episodes #27 & 28: Susan and Liam

I don’t always interview spouses back to back on my podcast, but when I do, it’s awesome. Especially if it’s Susan and Liam, two of the most interesting and lovely people in the world. 77 more words

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Episode #29: Kim Perry

In which Kim discusses key lime pie, meditation, bungee jumping, racism, volunteering, and being a California transplant.


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Episode #30: Lesley Malus Reed

In which Lesley describes her quest for the missing piece of a Venetian glass-blown chess set of Jewish holidays, living life with grace, the necessity of gun control, her family, and how to celebrate kindness.


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