Why is it some people can never take a day off? And why is it that some people just can’t be nice? Mar and I explore the not-so-nice aspects of working from home. AND we have a special guest-the ever charming, brutally honest, post-septic Tom Ward. Visit us on Facebook anytime for snarky, clean fun. www.facebook.com/sarcasmsisters
Season two’s more relaxed, sarcastic tone continues this week with special guest (Bloomington) Parks and Rec’s very own Julie Ramey, a.k.a. possibly the real Leslie Knope, maybe. This episode is a magical mix between exciting and terrifying, where we talk about everything from Chito‘s vomit to spider bites in the groin and naked Rupert. Join us!
A new season, a fresh new podcast to start the year off right. We’re exploring outside our caregiving life! Funny anecdotes, interviews and interesting stories will make Sarcasm Sisters 2.0 worth the listen!
Running into road blocks, running out of batteries, running home...don’t we all seem to always be on the run? This is our Christmas Eve Eve 2018 episode. Looking forward to 2019! Don’t forget to visit our Facebook page, www.Facebook.com/sarcascmsisters. Send us a message if you’d like to be a guest!
This week we interview Michelle Bassett, of Las Vegas, Nevada. Michelle is a two-time cancer survivor, and Elizabeth Dole Foundation fellow for the state of Nevada. We’re excited to talk to her about her life after cancer, what she’s doing for other caregivers and veterans families, and ask her a few fun things about Vegas along with some travel tips and don’ts. We’re drinking coffee of course, and talking about what it means to be an advocate, what it means to show story, and how anyone really can encourage others. We hope you’ll join us.
In this chapter, Jenn & Mar catch-up after their weeklong trip to DC, explain the importance of advocacy and sharing your thoughts and concerns with elected officials. Mar makes a BIG decision about retirement as she looks ahead to her husband’s upcoming surgery. Jenn has a car tour of DC, is looking forward to the holiday decorations in NYC, but just really wants to enjoy the fun of gift giving and merry making this holiday season. Oh, and there’s drinking. Coffee drinking, of course.
Bonus content: Jenn interviews Megan, a team member at Healing Household 6, a nonprofit focused on fostering military family resiliency and serving military and veteran caregivers who’ve experienced domestic violence. Join us and learn more about this amazing organization!
From the documentary BIG Sonia, to the BIG disease of ALS, Jenn and Mar explore their big plans and big tasks in this, our biggest episode. Don’t forget to visit us online https://facebook.com/sarcasmsisters/
Even the best plans change in the face of a hurricane. In this episode, Mar and Jenn discuss Hurricane Florence, fleeing a disaster when you are a caregiver for someone with a disability, the resources available and the impact of all the stress.
Mar and Jenn reminisce about their first ‘real’ jobs, the sometimes difficult job of caregiving, and how hurricanes affect caregivers. Jenn also reveals she is a ‘worst case scenario’ person and Mar remembers a time when she had to make donuts!