The Big Boo Cast, Episode 187

Y’all come to us for lighthearted nonsense, so we did our best to provide a little of that this week. We also took some time to put the lighthearted stuff in context at the beginning of the episode, and we hope you’ll hear our hearts as we do that.

So as always, we hope there will be points in this episode where you laugh. But after you listen, we hope that you’ll join us in praying for justice and healing in our nation.

We remember George Floyd.

We remember Ahmaud Arbery.

We remember Breonna Taylor.

“Do you know what I want?
I want justice—oceans of it.
I want fairness—rivers of it.
That’s what I want. That’s all I want.” – Amos 5:24, The Message

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Show Notes:

Brownicity – an anti-racism curriculum by Dr. Lucretia Berry (there’s an initial intro video about the way the course is structured, but each participant works through the curriculum independently – and there is also a curriculum for kids)

An incredible discussion with Priscilla Shirer and Dr. Tony Evans

Family Savvy Black Bean, Corn & Feta Dip

Family Savvy Charcuterie

Family Savvy Houston’s Spinach & Artichoke Dip

Family Savvy Strawberry Brownies

Bacon Wrapped Dates

Bacon Wrapped Brown Sugar Crusted Little Sausages

Ellen DeGeneres Chambray Denim Romper

– Athletic Works Tank Top in regular and plus sizes

Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich

– Ben Platt’s “Take Me to the Pilot”

Sweet Magnolias

– All Things Reconsidered by Knox McCoy

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Comments

  1. Andrea says:

    So sweet and just what we needed!
    PS–I had that old movie “Serendipity” on in the background one day last week, and every time I glanced at the screen, I noticed that the girl was touching her mouth . . . and I was cringing and worried for her health.
    PS Again–I’ve ordered two of the Time and True sleeveless knit dresses, and they are adorable . . . and they have pockets! And like Melanie, I am shocked that I have ordered clothing to be worn in public from Wal-Mart–but I wish her experience had had a happier outcome.