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Southern Stories, Interviews and Artifacts
Southern Stories, Interviews and Artifacts
Thank You Gold Peak Tea
Not so long ago, a big company did a nice thing for a little family. Way Down Deep wants to say thank you and acknowledge how little things can mean a whole lot. In this episode, Jamie and Elizabeth talk about the kindness of the folks at Gold Peak Tea during their recovery efforts of hurricane Michael. Gold Peak Tea
Cube farms are full of intrigue, drama, and even comedy when Elizabeth is listening on the other side of the wall. In this episode, Elizabeth and Jamie talk about her experience in a cube farm and grinding it out for that all important family health insurance plan! Characters abound in this episode of Way Down Deep: The Podcast.
Thank You Sean Dietrich
Sean Dietrich, aka Sean of the South, is a large talent. His incredibly perceptive musings and descriptions about the South and it’s personalities are right on target. Give a quick listen to what is a rather inadequate thank you for a super, large gift. Thank you Sean Dietrich for serendipities at Christmas! If you haven’t already, start following Sean Dietrich today. You won’t regret it. I sure didn’t! Sean of the South Podcast Sean of the South Facebook Sean of the South Instagram
At fourteen years old, Jeremiah O’Driscoll stowed away on a boat headed to Boston for a chance at a better life. What does an ancient ancestor have to do with an 8 year old’s birthday? This weeks episode of Way Down Deep: “Birthday Boy” explains it all.
Who knew deodorant could reek such havoc? In this light-hearted edition of Way Down Deep, Elizabeth and Jamie wade into the differences in men and women – in the grocery store. There’s never a dull moment at the Cantrell’s!
Things did not end the way we wanted in 2018. There was a hurricane that caused massive damage here right before the holidays. It brought the blog and podcast to a screeching hault. But we’re back and ready for 2019! We will have a full episode up on Tuesday night, but here is a mini-episode until then. Thanks for listening and Happy New Year!!
Wednesday at 464 Sunset
In Wednesday at 464 Sunset Elizabeth and Jamie talk about real life at their house which is not limited to: mouse traps, picky eaters and grocery shopping.
Good & Evil
In today’s podcast, Elizabeth reads the blog post “Good and Evil.” Afterward, she and Jamie briefly discuss their personal experiences from 9/11 – the bad and the blessings.
Hopped Up on Oprah
Hopped Up on Oprah is a distillation of what happens when Elizabeth watches inspirational Olympic commercials and Oprah’s acceptance speech for her lifetime achievement award in the same time frame.
Snowglobe is all you think it is: a romantic ice-skate on a snowy night in Washington, DC. Elizabeth and Jamie talk candidly about the blessing to their marriage that was their fresh start in DC, naivety working in one’s favor, and a Thanksgiving that lives in infamy.
Bonus: Ghost Stories
October is just around the corner and in the bonus episode, Penny and Ginny Sanders stop by to tell their ghostly experiences for themselves. Whether you believe in ghosts or not, listening to their stories will give you a chill. Do you believe in ghosts? Tell us all about it: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can’t live in the south for very long without determining which way you fall on the side of the argument: Do ghosts exist? In this reading and in the discussion that follows, Elizabeth and Jamie talk about ancestors, spooky experiences and where they stand on the issue of the supernatural.
When confidence is in short supply, Elizabeth Cantrell cranks up the radio, puts on her sunglasses, and becomes a badass. In one of the first blogs written for Way Down Deep, Elizabeth explains why this feeling she describes as Badass is so coveted and how to generate the feeling when you’re in desperate need of it. In the discussion afterward, she and Jamie, Elizabeth’s husband (and producer) dig a little deeper into her fantasy five list, music that works to generate the feeling, and how...
Way Down Deep: The Podcast
Starting a podcast is a little bit like having a baby. You nurture and wait and pray and then, one day it’s time. I’m so glad you are all here for the birth of Way Down Deep. I’m proud of what we’ve produced and hope you’ll find joy in it with me. Welcome to Way Down Deep.