Up is North?

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Wait…… which way is north, again?

Now I’ll admit, I’ve never been a geographical wizard, but 6-year-old me, had no clue when it came to directions. <– I’ve gotten better! Haha.

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I have no idea why I thought up meant north, but it’s how I got lost in the woods. You can listen to the story on this episode of the podcast!

Neil and I discuss television shows and how certain shows influenced us (more so Neil than me.)

You will also hear me laughing at my 6-year-old self and her lack of directions, why the Simpson’s are the perfect portrayal of Neil’s humor, and how Clarissa Explains It All was my fashion sense, (Still kinda is. )

I hope you enjoy this episode. Please feel free to comment your thoughts below, and if you have suggestions for future topics, we’d love to hear them!

As always, thank you for reading and listening,

Love & life lessons,

Kristian

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10 Responses to Up is North?

  1. The Eclectic Contrarian says:

    Now, the sun doesn’t rise true east and set true west. This varies a bit in different hemispheres. But for the most part consistent. The sun rises a bit northeasterly and sets southwesterly.

    Therefore, the north can be directed by left of the morning sun. It can be fine tuned by various methods which I won’t go into right now.

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  2. Brad Osborne says:

    Television was a surrogate parent in my childhood home. I could so relate to the conversation. It made me think back to the shows that influenced my perception of the world and what I still hold onto today. Entertaining, funny, and relatable. Well done both of you!

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  3. Laura Beth says:

    You guys are knocking it out of the park with the podcasts!

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