Monday, June 28, 2021

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Gus talks about a funny original meme that his daughter Emily posted on Facebook over the weekend. They were at a Tampa Bay Rays baseball game and, even though the Rays were up 13-3 in the eighth inning, her husband, who is a big baseball fan, has a rule that they don't leave until the final out of the final inning. She said it reminds her of her parents' rules about leaving mass growing up. They didn't leave until the final note of the closing hymn (it's still Gus' policy, by the way). Gus invites listeners to call in and share their criteria for exiting mass.

Also, Gus is joined by TV and radio hostess Lisa Canning who just released a new book called "The Possibility Mom: How to be a Great Mom and Pursue Your Dreams at the Same Time." She talks with Gus about the good habits she's adopted as a mother of eight and the bad habits she struggles with and how all things are possible with God.

One bad habit Lisa revealed to Gus that she still struggles with is being glued to her smart phone and all the time that can be wasted because of it. Gus invites listeners who endure that same struggle to call in and share their experiences.

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  • Margaret Less: June 29, 2021

    June 29,2021
    I was the chid in my family that was very ill. At the age of 8 or 9 , I woke up one morning and could not walk. I didn’t walk on my own 2 feet until I was about 14. I had many surgeries. My mother was told about St. Jude. She told St. Jude that if it was God’s wish to take her child (me) than she would accept it. Believe it or not God not only allowed me to live and walk but God also gave my mother her 9th child.

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