In this episode, good friends Renee Peck and Brett Will Taylor, the odd couple of podcast co-hosts, look past all the stories promising the perfect solution to a locked-down life and instead compare notes on their own experiences. As you’ll hear, their notes differ, often in pretty big ways. For example, while Brett Will sees the emerging Texas bluebonnets as a reminder of the story of resurrection, Renee finds it downright cruel that she spring is here … but festivals are not. But they also see some things similarly, like the understanding that part of what makes being exiled from New Orleans right now is that, while we are a city of individual eccentrics, we like to celebrate our eccentricities….together! May it soon be so, again!
Please give a listen and remember that good friends can have good conversations, even when (or, maybe, especially when) they see the world through very different perspectives. And be sure to comment and let us know how you’re doing.
Given the times, this episode was recorded remotely using Zoom. The quality may not be great, but we hope the conversation is!
Everyday Wonder is a weekly podcast that focuses on conversations about the things that really matter. Season 2 focuses on Everyday Wonder in the Times of COVID-19. Read more about it here. Send feedback and comments to Brett Will Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org or Renee Peck at email@example.com.