When Claire Jeffers and her husband Ben Lake found out that their infant son was deaf, she questioned her ability to be the kind of mother she thought he might need. Three years later, he is thriving and so are his parents. Claire tells their story in this episode of the Catching Your Memories podcast.
Every single person I’ve ever asked about Vet2Vet Maine agrees that it’s a win-win program. In this episode of the Catching Your Memories podcast I put the question to volunteer Sam Kelley. He couldn’t say enough. Neither could his wife Jean or Executive Director Sue Gold, who helped found the program in 2014.
Maybe you’d like to become a volunteer?
Rita Losee has lots of memories to share, but what she’d rather do is inspire people to make new memories. This episode of the Catching Your Memories podcast is full of inspiration. Hang on, as I introduce you to the amazing Rita Losee.
Elizabeth Johnson is not only curious about things — lots of things — she actually pursues most of them. She’s an interesting, energetic, inspiring woman.
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.
For many people in Maine, Joe Cupo is like an old friend. For 37 years, he broadcast the weather on the state’s top news station — WCSH-TV. What’s he up up to now?
You know the book Where’s Waldo? Well, I could probably name this podcast episode Where’s Jennifer? She always has something going on and no intention of slowing down any time soon.
When World War II ended, Alma Thomas was living and working in New York City. She moved to Maine and later traveled around the world with her late husband.
Vikki Choate told me that when she hit 50, something magical happened — things that used to bother her didn’t anymore.