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Every person plays a role in protecting Florida’s children. On The Pinwheel Podcast we highlight policies, practices and programs that reinforce protective factors and promote resilience. A consistent focus on protecting children, strengthening families and empowering communities will generate a positive impact on the lives of all Floridians.The Pinwheel Podcast: Hope for Florida's Families is created by Prevent Child Abuse Florida in partnership with the Ounce of Prevention Fund of Florida ...
 
We are two relational therapists and every week we discuss therapy themes, the intersections of life as therapists and the nuances of life as human beings. We discuss therapy as an individual, personal vehicle for transformation as well as a starting place for societal change. We hope to support other therapists in deepening their work and also normalize therapy for everyone.
 
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In this episode Jennie and Dianne are joined by Andy Harpole and Savannah Darr of the Friends of Eastern Cemetery and by fellow podcaster Liz Clappin of the "Tomb with a View" podcast to discuss the story of Eastern Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky and how its friend's group is helping it to survive. This episode was inspired by the documentary "Fa…
 
In this very special episode Jennie and Dianne celebrate the one year anniversary of the Ordinary Extraordinary Cemetery podcast! This episode is slightly longer than normal as they recap the first year of the podcast and then have a wonderful discussion with special guest Sharon Pajka who takes them on a tour through one of Edgar Allan Poe's favor…
 
Jennie and Dianne chat with special guest Nolan Altman about how a simple question from his daughter led him down genealogy rabbit holes that eventually led him to coordinate JewishGen.org’s JOWBR (*JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry) database. We delve into the importance of cemeteries and their link to genealogy research, how they help to…
 
Special guests Retired Major Connie Shingledecker and Rebecca Albert join Chris Lolley and talk about the ABCs of Safe Sleep for babies. This episode is the first in a series of interviews in recognition of October as Safe Sleep Awareness Month. Ret. Maj. Shingledecker is a member of Florida’s Child Abuse Death Review Team. Rebecca Albert is the St…
 
In this episode of the Ordinary Extraordinary Cemetery Jennie and Dianne share news of a 140-year-old cemetery that was lost but has been found again in North Dakota and they learn the history of the spirit houses that cover the burials of more than 100 graves of native Dena’ina Athabascans in a cemetery in Alaska. Join us as we once again journey …
 
Jennie and Dianne sit down and talk with necrotourist Ken Naegele who is also the host of The Cemetery Podcast. Ken shares many stories of his adventures in cemeteries around the country, talks about his non-profit 'Respect our Cemeteries' and more! Join us, for a truly fun-filled episode of the ordinary extraordinary cemetery! To learn more about …
 
“No abbey’s gloom, nor dark cathedral stoops, No winding torches paint the midnight air; Here the green pines delight, the aspen droops Along the modest pathways, and those fair Pale asters of the season spread their plumes Around this field, fit garden for our tombs." - WILLIAM ELLERY CHANNING There are more than 10,000 souls who call Sleepy Hollo…
 
Jennie and Dianne explore a couple of highly unique Belgian immigrant cemeteries located in Door County, Wisconsin. Is there really a little cemetery in the sky? And why are the headstones at St Mary of the Snows churchyard only 6 inches apart? Find out the answers to these questions and much more more in this episode of the Ordinary Extraordinary …
 
Jennie and Dianne take you to one of Ohio's most beautiful garden cemeteries, Oakwood Cemetery in Cuyahoga Falls. In this episode they explore the lives of a teacher and a gentleman farmer, a self-made man who was one of Cuyahoga Falls' best know citizens, a man who began his career on the factory floor making tires and worked his way up to become …
 
In this episode Dianne and Jennie visit five mysterious graves located throughout the United States. From the grave of a female stranger, to a group of graves marked by a turning Angel, to a supposed witch, and even to the grave of a creature that may not be of this world! Come along as we explore these ordinary extraordinary cemeteries and and the…
 
Jennie and Dianne are joined by special guest James Walsh who shares the stories and histories of the Irish miners who went to Leadville, Colorado in search of silver. These miners were the bottom of the rung men who were generally shunned by other members of society because of their Irish Catholic heritage. Many of them were buried in the pauper's…
 
Find out how a gold mine, a pocket watch, and a letter bring the past to life and bring a family back together. In this episode Jennie and Dianne talk with Ron West. Ron has spent many years portraying James F Burns, Jimmie to his friends, at historic events throughout Colorado. James Burns was a coal miner turned millionaire who was not all that t…
 
Jennie and Dianne enjoy a delightful conversation with three gentlemen who have been tasked with helping to preserve and restore St John's Historic Cemetery in Thibodaux, Louisiana. Special guests John Dennis, David Plater, and Teddy Pierre share the stories and history of St. John's and what they have been doing to preserve this historical landmar…
 
"These few dollars you lose here today are going to buy you stories to tell your children and great-grandchildren. This could be one of the big moments in your life; don't make it your last!" Words spoken by American gangster John Dillinger. Join Jennie and Dianne as they visit Crown Hill Funeral Home and Cemetery in Indianapolis, Indiana specifica…
 
Take a dive with Jennie and Dianne as they explore two of the world's underwater cemeteries. Their first stop will be a cemetery off the coast of the Philippines that has been underwater for more than 150 years thanks to a volcanic explosion. Their second stop is a man-made coral reef cemetery off the coast of Florida. And finally they will pay a v…
 
Jennie and Dianne wander through graveyards across the United States and even the world exploring the wit and wisdom of epitaphs. Some are sweet and poignant, some are comical, and some tell the tragic tales of those buried beneath the headstones. Come along on another journey through many Ordinary Extraordinary Cemeteries and their poetry. Resourc…
 
In this episode Jennie and Dianna continue their visit to the cemeteries in Hanna and Carbon, Wyoming where more than 200 men who perished in the Hanna Mine Number 1 Explosions are buried. They tell the tragic tale of the double explosion that occured on March 28, 1908 and how working and living for "the company" left many families not only grievin…
 
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