Overcoming Challenges, Family Dinner, American Spirit, Record Renaissance, Holding the Line

The Lisa Show - Radio Archive, Episode 178

  • May 27, 2019 4:00 pm
  • 1:40:36 mins

Overcoming Challenges (00:00) When Carol Decker was pregnant with her second daughter, she became ill with sepsis that would eventually leave her blind and a triple amputee. In the time since, Carol has become a motivational speaker, traveling and speaking to universities, churches, and hospitals, about the power of persistence and the fact that attitude really is everything. She joins us to discuss how she overcame her challenges, and how we can too. Family Dinner (31:36) Chef Leonard talks to Lisa about tips for preparing for dinner as a family. American Spirit (50:34) Taya Kyle, author of "American Spirit," tells her tragic story and talks about the hope that remains in the world that helped her overcome it. Record Renaissance (1:06:45) Record store owner Sam Cannon talks about the history of the vinyl record and the its popularity today. Holding the Line (1:23:38) In honor of Memorial Day, Thomas Cleaver, author of "Holding the Line," talks about the influence of the US Air Force in the Korean War. ?