With Chuck in the hospital recovering from his Stem Cell Transplant (Multiple Myeloma), Kristy flies solo talking about being a caregiver and the things you should and shouldn't say to a caregiver. Hint - "You look so tired" is NOT helpful.
When the employees were smudging the hotel when we checked in, it might've been a clue we were in for a haunting time. Chuck and Kristy Robinett discuss the Haunting of Culver City, and reminisce their time at Hotel Culver City.
When Kristy was thirteen years old a guide presented himself to her – his name - Edgar Allan Poe. Everybody has a spirit guide (or guides) whether known or wanted. Assigned to us before we are even born, guides are people who have once lived on the earthly plane, experienced love, heart ache and all emotions life has to offer. They are responsible for guiding us through our life and leading us on the best path with the least amount of karma. Who really was Edgar Allan Poe? And how do you find your spirit guide? Chuck and Kristy chat about it in this episode of The Robinett's Nest.
It's not always easy to be positive in a negative world. Chuck and Kristy Robinett talk about how you can sink or swim, or grab a life jacket of positive energy. It comes down to your choice - you always have the power to make your attitude better.
Chuck and Kristy Robinett talk about something about nothing this week. Is it Pecan or Peecan? Do you like to camp or would you rather glamp? And why doesn't Chuck like Broadway? Find out on this lighthearted episode of The Robinett's Nest.