Episode 141 Going to Festival with Joe

Listen as Joe and I go to an local festival and you get to come along! We talk about a variety of topics: parenting, dining options for Archer, my favorite dessert, hellos from prevous guests, a good description of the people attending the event, tips to help with kids, a song for you and what does Joe called his coworker!

Episode 141 <—click here to listen on your computer!

5 Responses to “Episode 141 Going to Festival with Joe”

  1. john q. public Says:

    Hey, Joe. Congrats on taking the foster parenting course. I hope it works out for you to be a foster day. There are never enough people to love a child who needs it.

    Tom, thanks for taking us to the event.

  2. Ian M Says:

    Again, an intersting and comical episode. I loved ur mystery guest. He is real cheecky with you, and what is this that he likes ‘BIG’ things!!!!! Must have been an interesting event and many interesting people.
    Yes, the foster idea was great. It is not an easy thing to do. U will become quite the domestic couple, but GOOD for you.

  3. Casey Says:

    You be nice to those gosslings, mister! haha

    Foster parenting is a wonderful task to undertake. My brother and sister-in-law took in a niece and helped her graduate high school. She is now a proud member of the Navy. She will always be a blessing to all of us!!

  4. Nick Thomas Says:

    Enjoyed listening to you guys at the festival. Joe reminds me a little bit of Archer’s boyfriend. A bit snarky and direct. I love that in a guy. I donno about parenting a child. I have enough on my plate with the one I’ve got and he’s 27 years old! N e way, nice podcast. Since I doubt I’ll make the trip to Atlanta for Pride I’ll be catching up on your shows. Have agreat weekend.

  5. (F)reddy Says:

    Obviously you know how I feel about the whole fostering-a-child thing. It’s weird, having talked to you in present time, and listening to this from the past. And I know you’ve not brought this up in our current conversations…so now I’m uber-curious to find out how it all panned out. I’ve written blogs, ad nauseam, about the whole process of becomeing a “licensed parent” (foster/adopt), and would be happy to point you in the direction of where to find those. I could take up your whole page with this topic!!!

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