The Big Boo Cast, Episode 140

Well, we start off as Mamaw and MeMaw this week, here to tell you all about our failing eyesight, but eventually we return to some of our favorite topics: kids’ activities, college baseball (at the time we recorded Mississippi State and A&M were about to play a weekend series), and the most wonderful sporting event of the year, the SEC Baseball Tournament.

We also talk about why we’ve avoided any sort of discussion about the current state of the Royal Family (stay tuned for a discussion about preciouslittleangel Archie sometime next week). Finally, we dig into whether Taylor Swift was inspired by Beyonce’ or if she borrowed from Beyonce’ – and then we go on and on about our very favorite sunscreen.

So you might say that we cover some content bases.

Enjoy, y’all!

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Show Notes:

SEC Baseball Tournament

Heartland

More thoughts on Taylor Swift’s Billboard Music Awards performance (there’s some language in people’s tweets – just FYI)

EltaMD Facial Sunscreen

EltaMD Lip Balm

Laura Tremaine’s 10 Things to Tell You podcast with special guest Jamie Golden – all about skincare and makeup!

EltaMD Full-Body Sunscreen

SKII Facial Treatment Masks (pack of 6)

it Superhero mascara

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The Big Boo Cast, Episode 139

We kick off this episode talking about pillows (yes. pillows.), then hear about Melanie and P’s recent weekend of attending polo matches. AS YOU DO. 

We also talk about one of my favorite nights of watching lacrosse and speculate about what it might be like when our kids graduate and we don’t have the sports any more. Our conclusion is that we need to prepare ourselves for all the sadness.

Finally, we talk to our friend Lincee Ray about her new book that comes out April 30th – and we spend a significant amount of time talking about the ways we used to fold our notes in high school. It’s a lost art, everyone. 

Hope you enjoy!

You can click here to listen. Or here. You can even listen right here on the blog.

And if you’re on the Facebook, well, we are, too.

We’d love for you to subscribe on iTunes, and we’d be honored if you’d leave us a review.

Show Notes:

Opalhouse quilted velvet oversize pillow

The Inventor

The Dropout

All American

Homecoming

Someone Great

– Lincee’s blog I Hate Green Beans

Lincee’s podcast

It’s A Love Story on Amazon

It’s A Love Story on Barnes & Noble

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