GTR #019: Boys and War Movies

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In this episode of Good Things Radio, Brooke and Jennifer expose some of their boys to their first war themed movie and share personal health struggles and tons more.

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2 thoughts on “GTR #019: Boys and War Movies

  1. Chija Bauer

    Hello Brook and Jennifer!

    I wanted to first thank you so much for taking the time to do the podcast. I know it is a lot of work, but it means so much to me. I listen to you on my commutes to and from work and it centers me on what truly is important. You have so many great tips too! I tried taking a cold shower Jennifer. um, wow! I had to start warm and then get colder, but I actually felt great getting out! Now I really have to make time to pray in the morning. I get up and my mind is going 100 miles per hour on all that I have to do for that day. I just have to make more of an effort. Thank you for the gentle reminders to do this and your candor in sharing your own stories about your struggles to do the same.

    I also came across this website (it came up on my facebook feed) and I immediately thought of your Brook. It is a company started by a mom who’s son is nonverbal autistic. She made these little tags that can be laced into the child’s shoe or put into backpacks. It has their name and mom’s cell number as well as a QR code where the person helping can scan it to get more information on the child incase of an emergency. Heck, next time I go on a big trip or to Disney, I want to get these for my children just incase we get separated.
    https://www.ifineedhelp.org

    Thank you again for all you do. I know that it is a labor of love, and I so very much appreciate it.
    Much love and God’s blessing to both of you,
    Chija
    PS. I know I have an unusual name, it is pronounced Chi (Like the tea) – uh (like the first part of ah-ha I get it now. 🙂 ) Hope that helps.

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