My First Podcast!!!

Not the best podcast, but it was our first time, so that’s our excuse, anyway. I enjoyed it immensely.

Here’s the link:

https://bottomlesscoffee007.com/2018/12/21/jm-from-jms-history-corner-and-rue-from-rachaels-novels-call-in-from-down-under-podcast-episode-20/

Hope you enjoy listening to it!

35 thoughts on “My First Podcast!!!

  1. So cool! Loved hearing you two together! That’s so cool you and J-M are siblings! Like I told your brother, I love the accent! I have always wanted to visit Australia. That was fun, you both did well! God bless you and your fam! Merry Christmas!

    1. Thank you for your feedback! And thank you for listening! Though, the recording disorientated our voices. If you do visit the wonderful world of Oz, I hope you enjoy it!
      Thank you again!
      God/Yah bless you and your family as well!

      1. Well that too 😳… 😊

        It was pretty awesome! I didn’t listen to all of it but you handled yourself pretty professionally! You take your stuff seriously!

      1. Yes. I got a kick out of the kids. Writing so young. I found it interesting as I always do learning about people from all over the globe. Personally, they can say what they want, I’d be worried about those dangerous spiders and snakes all of the time, and as for their reply, not the first time I’ve heard of people traveling to the US and worried about gun violence. All in all I enjoyed it!

      2. Glad that you enjoyed it. Australia isn’t crawling with spiders and snakes. Same as everywhere else in the world, spiders generally keep to the little corners or hidey-holes and snakes are out in the bush, not the cities, though you MIGHT OCCASIONALLY find a snake in the city, it is a rare occurrence. Why should people be worried about coming to Australia because of spiders and snakes? There are spiders and snakes everywhere else in the world. Just a thought, not meant to be attacking.

      3. Not taken as an attack. πŸ‘πŸ» It was simply a concept I had of Australia, in specifically, the outback, which is where I’d go if I visited, knowing such wildlife is there is intimidating yes, but traveling with a knowledgeable guide I am certain they would advise me on the dangers. PS: my great uncle was an ANZAC. Died in Gallipoli. So I feel in his honor I need to visit Australia in his memory! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

      4. Oh, wow! I have an uncle (I think it was an uncle; might have been some other relative) that was a member of the Australian Light Force. Some of my great-grandfathers were in WW2 and I have a great-uncle that was in WW1. Hope you enjoy the great Down Under when and if you visit mate!

      5. Made a mistake – it was my great-great grandfather was an ANZAC at Gallipoli. He was part of the Australian Light Horse later in the war and part of the Imperial Camel Corps as well.

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