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In the Season 1 finale, former Kentucky Wildcats cheerleader Charlotte Reeder talks about going to college during World War 2, becoming a stay-at-home mom, parenting a child with disabilities, love of books, and her 39-year career at the gift shop at the Kentucky Horse Park. She still works full time at age 90.
Plus, she talks about how she spends her time off the clock (books and world travel) and shares her advice to keep a positive outlook.
Thank you for a wonderful Season 1.
In Parts 2 & 3 of Lam Lo's story, he searches for freedom for his family and talks about becoming a boat person and a refugee. This takes him to a new rural life, through the jungle late at night looking for a path to the sea, on a tossing boat in the middle of the South China Sea, to an overcrowded refugee camp on Bidong Island, finally arriving in America with only $2. Plus, he offers pragmatic advice.
Aside from family and friends, Epsie Elmer cares about three things: God, Mary Kay, and basketball. She talks to us about how they've changed her life, as well as overcoming her stutter after 50 years and acting as her husband's caregiver. Plus, tips on how to save your skin (literally).
Roland and Earlene Davis met at a USO dance at Fort Knox on Valentine's Day in 1947—when she went on a blind date with his best friend. They've been married since 1948. This Valentine's, hear the story of their courtship. Newlyweds can even get some advice.
Bill talks about saving seeds, growing up in rural Appalachia, and how he came to be known as “the Tomato Man.” Plus, learn how to save tomato seeds from your own garden.
Dr. Bob Maddox, a professor turned street performer, talks to us about playing the musical saw and how busking has affected his life.