Publicly Snapping

When I snap out in public, you’ll find it here. Could be events I’m going to or radio/video interviews.

“We Don’t Need No Education” (Me & Pink Floyd)

The only thing that’s more of a reality check than hearing yourself on the radio, is hearing AND seeing yourself on YouTube. I’ve had my share of both lately. I made a quick note of things I need to pick up before my next public speaking gig…

Shopping List:
1. headbands Really wide and dual purpose, to cover gray roots at the hairline and hide a few forehead wrinkles.

2. consonants  For the love of od, et some Gs. Every sentence that’s supposed to end in “ing” only ends in “in” when I’m speakin’.

“We were comin’, goin’, drivin’ and talkin’… I’m an Oklahoma version of Sarah Palin.”

The “Listen To Your Mother 2016” videos are available. Click on the link if you feel like listenin’:

*Fun Summer activity if you’re bored: Say “Shoulder Surgery” 3 times really fast!

Start with a Lemonade Stand


Emilie & Mollie take a break from selling lemonade during a nationwide kid’s Lemonade Stand fundraiser for Cancer Research.  (link included) Their tees say, “Got Lemons?”

What a great experience it was to be a Guest/Co-Host on the video podcast “Start a Lemonade Stand – Getting Your Kids To Work.”

This show takes a break from the discussion of bullying to tackle the subject of your kids and employment. It was an hour long, so watch it only if this is a point where you find yourself as a parent. It’s specifically geared toward those of us with kids and teens who want to hear a discussion of why our kids should work (benefits such as gratitude, independence, work ethic) as well as some specific suggestions of jobs kids can work at appropriate ages.

The best moment of the show might’ve been when I talked my way to the realization that the most effective way to avoid working throughout one’s lifetime is to try to be a writer…

Here is the link!




Kids Lemonade Stand Fundraiser for Cancer Research to generate a giving and entrepreneurial spirit in your kids:


Listen to Your Mother


I will be sharing a story this Sunday, May 1st at the Will Rogers Event Center, 4322 N. Western, Oklahoma City, OK 73118. Mother’s Day is right around the corner, so bring your mom.

Facebook Event Click Here

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Learn More About Listen to Your Mother Click Here

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