On this “not-so-mini” episode…Meg shares one of her best Mental Mom Moments – she almost poisoned Casey with her antidepressant (she claims it was an accident BUT she HAS been watching a lot of True Crime again lately.) This sparks a conversation about all that’s involved with being on mental health medications.
And, Meg’s brother Mike is back for his fourth guest appearance. Meg and Mike reflect on their divorces – Mike shares that all the experiences from his divorce have made him a better person today. #noregrets! He shares how happy he is to marry his fiance, Julie in a few weeks. Meg’s daughters are in the wedding party and the 10 year old has asked for an upgraded title (‘flower girl’ is not going to cut it.)
Mike and Casey compare notes and bond over their mystification of women trying on so many outfits for an event, deciding on the exact one the night before, and then changing their minds the next day RIGHT before the social gathering. Meg tries to explain.
Mike’s been listening to all 70 something episodes and provides constructive criticism and feedback. Casey and Meg clarify the podcast’s mission and purpose to get everyone on the same page.
Meg is excited to share that she found a new mirror for free – it was her lucky day! While she insists she would never DIVE into a dumpster – since the mirror was just leaning AGAINST the dumpster – it’s a completely different situation.
Happy listening – enjoy!
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