Dawn Airhart Witte, author, international philanthropist, and founder of Desire to Inspire Foundation Is this week’s guest on The Energy Stoners™ Cafe Podcast. She talks with host Toni Quest, about her book ‘Be’, her organization ‘Desire to Inspire Foundation’ and her tireless work in Africa to inspire and help those less fortunate. Her foundation’s motto, As long as poverty persists, none of us can truly rest. Join in and listen to this inspiring
Dak Prescott’s gruesome injury leaves A rusty Andy Dalton to lead Dallas’ offense this season. Want the playoffs, Andy? Nothing but deep passes and runs should be an option on Sundays this year, because the Cowboys need to worry about running the clock out and kicking field goals to win! Join in and listen to Dan Riley talk about sports and the Dallas Cowboys: Click here to listen… Dan Riley has a Channel on Spotify.
Betsy Wurzel, Host of Chatting with Betsy guest today is Heidi DeBoer, Caregiver, and Author. Heidi talks about her book “Living with a Stranger” “A fairytale romance, a dream western wedding, a relationship built with God first, twins, a boy, and girl, what could go wrong? This is Heidi DeBoer’s Story, a 63-year-old widow that was a full-time caregiver to her husband Chet who had Early Onset Alzheimer’s and Frontotemporal dementia Join in and listen
Based on the Interview Lillian Cauldwell had with Author, Felicia Farber for her book ICE QUEEN on Friday, October 16th, There will be a Q&A Segment to answer any questions that you have on the Novel – ICE QUEEN. What Parents need to know about Cyerberbullying for their Teens &Tweens Q&A Show on Saturday, October 17th at 11 am (EST). Join Lillian Cauldwell and Felicia Farber, for a Q& A on the topic of Felicia’s
Betsy Wurzel’s guest on the show today is Candace Williams on her Mother’s diagnosis of Frontotemporal Dementia. “Candace is a caregiver for her mother who was diagnosed with FTD (Frontotemporal Dementia) at the age of 57. She started the blog because she wanted to share her and her mother’s experience about what life with FTD is like, the challenges, the joys, the pain…not to mention, early on in her journey with her mother, she realized