Today's episode is quite heavy, so if you check out after the intro I will not be mad at all. My dear friend, Maggie Rousis, came to the living room to talk about the wonderful book she wrote. Click the picture to get the thing and let's go!
Click here to download the episode!
I'll be completely honest, pals. I have no idea what to put here today. So I think I'll use Maggie's sentiment from the show: If you know someone who is grieving, don't say "let me know if there's anything I can do." Offer to come over and hang out for a bit. Send a Grubhub gift card. Join them on their podcast or Twitch stream. Okay, that last one is for me. But you get it. Target your helpfulness so someone who may not be fully prepared to ask for help can appreciate what you're doing.
And that's what I have for you today. Get the book here (or click the picture) and leave a review. You don't have to tell her I sent you, but she actually knows who I am so it'd be less funny anyway.
Also a pair of notes: The song snippet you hear on the regular version of the show is "Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story" from Hamilton. Maggie says Eliza singing near the end was the inspiration to tell Benji's story (I hope I clipped the right part!). And if you listen on YouTube, you'll hear a clip of a tune I made in Soundtrap called Sounds Like the Attic (bandcamp link).
Next week we're back with a real episode and we have some catching up to do, so come on back for all of the stuff. Thanks for being here and until then, don't do anything I wouldn't do!
Crap open a cold one!