Ep. 9 Pea(ce) Soup

Episode 9 September 19, 2017 00:56:30
Ep. 9  Pea(ce) Soup
Peace, Love & Soup
Ep. 9 Pea(ce) Soup
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Hosted By

Brian Delaney Tavé Fascé Drake

Show Notes

Sept. 2017  – International Peace Day falls on September 21st, therefore this month we will be emphasizing the Peace – in Peace, Love & Soup.
We’re going to talk to Wintry Whit Smith who is spreading peace education worldwide with her Peace Village Global curriculum!

She has some simple and helpful superpowers to promote peace for all of us:
Stop…..Take a breath….. Be calm…..Be kind!

On the soup menu we just couldn’t resist and decided to make a Pea soup — a one pot Minty Garden Pea And Coconut Milk Soup to be exact. It’s a versatile soup you can serve cold, tepid or hot, because who knows what the weather will be on any given day in September!

And adding to the audio nourishment this month, will be the musical stylings of THOSE WILLOWS a talented band from right here in Portland, Oregon.
Also the song “Powerful Enough”, written by Rand Bishop, performed by Rand Bishop and the kids from the Lincoln City Peace Village.
(And be sure to listen for our surprise singing debuts, as Tave puts her own spin on the British classic we now refer to as “Peas for Two” and Brian… Well, let’s just say he’s been holding back his talents.)

Let’s get this Peace Show or shoud we say – this episode we call Pea(ce) Soup… on the road.

KINDNESS GO!

Brian & Tavé

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