This Week’s Podcast: Watch Your Language!

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This Week With Calandra focuses on the power of words. Listen to “Watch Your Language!”

This Week With Calandra: The Art of Being Courteous

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This is the first of my weekly podcasts, “This Week With Calandra.” Our pilot episode talks about The Art of Being Courteous. Listen and comment: what acts of courtesy do you think are most important? Is being courteous becoming a dying art form?

Click HERE to listen to this week’s podcast.

AudioMo Challenge

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A few days ago, I learned of a 30-day audio challenge sponsored by AudioMo. Two of my friends, Mr. Fresh and Ray Garraud mentioned it and are participating, so I thought I’d try my hand at it. A few months ago, I toyed with the idea of doing periodic podcasts, since sometimes it’s quicker for me to speak than write. I thought this challenge might help me get my feet wet. Yes, I know I’m a few days late (the challenge started on July 1). Well, here goes…

UPDATE – July 8, 2013 – I’ve decided to provide links to all AudioMo challenge podcasts on this page. Click  below for each episode, starting with Day 4…

AudioMo #7: Celebrate!

Mr. Ronald Gibbs, 60 years young!

Mr. Ronald Gibbs, 60 years young!

Today’s AudioMo topic is Celebrate! Today we celebrated our church musician’s 60th birthday with a beautiful soirée after church – and he planned it all! Sometimes you have to be good to YOURSELF. Happy birthday Bro. Gibbs!!

Listen in…Background music is I:Cube’s Adore.

AudioMo #6: Releasing Your Inner Child

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Here’s Day 6 of the AudioMo Challenge – After seeing “Despicable Me 2” today with the family, I thought about how healthy it is to release your inner child and take time to laugh with your children. This summer, make sure you let your inner child out to play – just make sure you have him/her back in the house before the street lamps come on! Enjoy todays podcast below. Background music is Wayne Brady’s “Reading Can Be Fun” from the release Radio Wayne.