Thursday, April 11, 2013

Radio Mama

     Meno Mama stayed up with the owls last night, not because of a hot flash, but a news flash! I'm a guest this morning on MessyMoms Radio! I know you are shaking your heads in denial about my new title as a Messy Mom, but just because I organize my spice rack alphabetically doesn't mean that my closets are neat or that my desk drawer doesn't look like rodents have been nesting in there for years. Hey, I'm not perfect---no mother is, and that's the message MessyMoms Radio wants you to know.
     I'll be interviewed by Danielle and Brandy, the awesome ladies who created the show and share their wisdom of messy motherhood with others.  They tackle a wide variety of topics such as new mom stress, sibling rivalry, the chemicals in cleaning supplies, gun ownership, the American education system and much more.
     Messy Moms also sends a clear message to all the mothers out there who are struggling to "do it all" and "be all":  Got a load of laundry taller than Mount Vesuvius, or tooth paste splatter on the mirror resembling a Jackson Pollock painting? Fuggedaboudit! Go outside and toss a ball with your kids, or build a blanket tent under the dining room table. Life is messy, but the mess can wait. You're children won't.  Enjoy these special moments with them now while they're still young. And if you're lucky, when they're teenagers, they can help you pick up the mess!

     Tune in on Thursday, April 11 from 10:00am -11:00am to hear the show. If you miss it, check out the archives to hear it again!   http://www.blogtalkradio.com/messymomsradio/2013/04/11/how-many-kids-and-counting          For more information, visit their blog at: http://www.messymomsradio.com
     Know any other messy moms who like to confess about their mess? Nominate them (or even yourself!) by visiting the site.


36 comments:

  1. Brilliant news and congratulations. I can't wait to listen to the show as I know it's gonna be fun and entertaining. All the things that you have been through in life is now paying off big time, as you are now in a position to share it with us all. So it was all worth it.

    You're going from success to success and I'm still waiting for the TV shows MM, the book, the commercial and much more. Oprah Winfrey move over mate.

    I'm so chuffed for you :) Not time for a glass of wine, I need to celebrate with the bottle tonight. Congrats again.

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    1. Awwww..I just love your support and confidence in me, RPD. You made my day! Yes, I will be celebrating with you tonight!

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  2. Can't wait! I won't get to hear it live but I'll sure try to catch it later today! :-)

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    1. That wow be wonderful, Sarah! Thank you for the support!

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  3. I will be doing my best to tune in!!!

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    1. Oh, I hope so!! I'm afraid there will be crickets chirping while I am on the radio Lol!

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  4. I have to hear this lmao - thanks for the link!
    XOX

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    1. Hope you were able to--I had a blast doing it and now it looks like I will be going back!

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  5. I loved listening to the radio show. From one menopausal mama to another...and grandma ;)
    Listening now..stayed up late here in Australia just to listen :)

    Handmade at Warratahstree

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    1. You are so sweet!!! Glad you liked it! They have asked me to come back on again!!

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  6. Hope it went well for you!!!

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    1. It was awesome! They asked me to come back!

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  7. Wow! First radio, then a chat show, followed by a best selling book. Stardom beckons for you meno mama and you richly deserve it. Just don't forget about us minions, when you're talking to Oprah.

    Congratulations! :)

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    1. No worries--if I get on Oprah, I am sneaking you there in my suitcase! XO

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  8. Wonderful! Congratulations! You are repping all us messy moms...

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  9. Nice job. And you didn't sound nervous at all.

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    1. I think I surprised myself because I was scared as hell when it first started!! I was so afraid I would stutter and stumble and they'd think I was drunk or something....thanks for tuning in! XO

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  10. You did an amazing job. You're a natural, southern accent and all!

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    1. Awww... thanks, Karen! I am so happy that you tuned in for it! And I never knew I had an accent until today because that seems to be the general consensus from everyone haha!

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  11. Oh my goodness! So happy I stopped by! Visiting from SITS! Love this post!

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  12. Thank you so much, fellow SITS sista!!!

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  13. This is exciting, I look forward to listening to this later tonight... this is so COOL.... whoo hooo :)

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    1. Have fun with it!!! They actually kept me on for the whole hour to comment on different topics...and then they asked me a weird question at the end! It was so much fun!!!

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  14. Congrats on the gig! And if you do figure out tips that work on getting a teen to help, please pass them my way. :)

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    1. I actually just did an article on raising teens for their new website newsletter!

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  15. :-) Congrats on the interview! I'm already a follower stopping by from Deezy's Pimpin Showcase!!

    http://christyscraftycorner.blogspot.com/

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  16. Good for you, congrats!!! I've been on the same wave length this weekend, wondering how we do it all?!LOL! It is something I was going to write about too then I saw this...I'll tune in online!

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    1. Thank you, Donna! I'd love to hear what you think!

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  17. Movin' on up, Mama!! I love the message to let the work wait and be a mom first. I need to take heed to that advice more often ;)

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  18. I think we, as moms, all go through that--we hate to leave a mess, but what will that matter a few years down the road? Your kids aren't going to remember that--they'll just remember the fun times they had with YOU!

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