The Big Boo Cast, Episode 144

Our schedules haven’t been super cooperative this week (painters! dogs! World Cup soccer!), so we were delighted to finally get to play a little podcast catch-up. We talk about the joys of car insurance costs for teenagers, the inspirational qualities of a Kardashian’s refrigerator, our “Sunrise, Sunset” feelings about the pool, and our annoying ability to ignore problems we’d rather not address and/or solve.

We also discuss a clothing consignment option that has been a fantastic new discovery, and I tell Melanie all about it in what is certainly far too much detail. As I tend to do.

Hope y’all enjoy!

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Show Notes:

Style Encore

Yolanda Hadid’s former glorious refrigerator

Vanderbilt’s Tyler Brown

Life Skills List for Young Adults from Jen at Lots of Scotts

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Comments

  1. Melissa Young says:

    I enjoyed Daisy Jones and the Six on audio. It’s about the ruse and fall of a 70s rock group.

  2. Check out Instant Hotel on Netflix. It’s a great combo of reality tv and home makeover show. I think y’all will enjoy it.

  3. Elisa McKay says:

    Sophie,
    In regards to your search for the perfect beach read that is mindless but not “too mindless” I could not recommend “Beyond the Point” enough! It is about female friendship and the gospel is written all over it 😂 https://www.amazon.com/Beyond-Point-Novel-Claire-Gibson/dp/0062853740/ref=nodl_

  4. Nancy Keller says:

    I too have been in a reading conundrum, I was looking on my kindle app and stumbled across a book called “Have You Seen Luis Velez?” It was exactly what I needed at the time. AND I LOVED IT! It’s a sweet story of unexpected friendships and caring. It just makes me smile every time I think of it and have been recommending it to everyone who asks what I’ve been reading. In Prime reading you can “read and listen” for free! I loved the narrator, and I love to listen while I’m in the car and then read it at home! Check it out, you won’t be disappointed. IT’s not trendy, sexy, or suspenseful, it’s just a great story……..