Acceptance can be a difficult thing to achieve. It was for Carole Starr whose life was altered because of a traumatic brain injury. Today, Carole helps other people by sharing the lessons she has learned.
It was the trip of a lifetime. In the early 1970s, WGBH-TV tapped David Atwood to not only direct Julia Child in her French Chef television show but also oversee filming segments with her in France. He shares some memories of those experiences on the Catching Your Memories podcast.
One of the most profound experiences of Leo Couture’s life was his time in the Navy. He spent it on a ship in the South Pacific during WWII. At 17, he didn’t know fear, but it wasn’t long before it became an ever-present companion. He shares his story on the Catching Your Memories podcast
When you become a parent, time seems to speed by. One minute you’re holding your newborn and before you know it, they’re off on their own. So many memories. Jen Boggs. mother of a 12-year-old, shares some of hers.
The Catching Health podcast has a new identity! It will now be known as the Catching Your Memories podcast.
Elizabeth Johnson is not only curious about things — lots of things — she actually pursues most of them. She’s an interesting, energetic, inspiring woman.
When COVID forced a lockdown in London in early March, Hazell Jacobs knew she had to find something to help her cope. She found inspiration in her vast scarf collection.
Rita Losee describes herself as a Woman of Adventure, Doctor of Success, Proponent of Prosperity, InspirACTional Speaker, Author. She is that and more.
Jim Mardin has led an incredible life, and he intends to keep on living it for several more years. He is kind, optimistic, curious, unafraid, and very entertaining.
Wayne Newell is a Passamaquoddy Indian Man who was born and raised on the Pleasant Point Indian Reservation in Maine. After getting a master’s degree at Harvard he and his family made their home on the nearby Indian Township Reservation, where he taught until his retirement in 2012.