Are We Okay?

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Sinopse

Weekly conversations about creativity, positivity, and purposeful living. Hosted by Chris Lambert.

Episódios

  • 156 - Goodbye Forever (with Alli Wallace and Weston Scott)

    156 - Goodbye Forever (with Alli Wallace and Weston Scott)

    09/07/2019 Duração: 03h17min

    In celebration of THREE full years of the Are We Okay? Podcast, Alli Wallace and Weston Scott drop by the podcast again to talk about how hot it is outside, writing a fantasy novel, dating a murderer, passing up the love of your life to stay with a dolphin, people we've seen naked, a failed bird rescue, avoiding A Silent Explosion, why people stopped going to shows, my sidekick in an action movie, Weston the skeptical ghost hunter, quitting hair gel, the Legend of Big Sandwich, objective facts, cool old guys, Regis on Broadway, what fire is, why Weston got a cell phone, Kai W. Coleman, why everyone needs a Dale, how our dear friend Adam was conceived, Flik's Law, the ultimate goal of Are We Okay?, perpetual impending doom, and what we're going to do next. Then we play 'Two Truths and a Lie', 'Engage In Sexual Intercourse, Form a Domestic Partnership, or Break the Fifth Commandment?', and 'One Word At A Time', before saying goodbye forever.

  • 154 - Ive Touched Every Pea (with Hap-Pea and Pea-Wee Andersen)

    154 - I've Touched Every Pea (with Hap-Pea and Pea-Wee Andersen)

    25/06/2019 Duração: 40min

    Chefs Hap-Pea and Pea-Wee Andersen drop by the podcast to talk about honeymooning in France, Craig Janderffelt's list, a Danish cheese festival, the Wee-Wee-nerschnitzel, opening a restaurant together, sleeping in a movie theater, pea splitting accidents, how well they know each other, ham hocks and scalloped potatoes, their morning routine, the aftermath of daily concussions, the members of their staff, and the four things they do every day.

  • 153 - Chill Out (with Erica Hamilton Kwid)

    153 - Chill Out (with Erica Hamilton Kwid)

    18/06/2019 Duração: 01h07min

    Blackwater creative director Erica Hamilton Kwid swings by the podcast to talk about forgetting her age, her baby's hobbies, BMX life, a picture-perfect childhood, Central Coast cults, post office tarot readings, Nipomo Mesa murders, working for her mom, what art school did to her art, the real beginning of adulthood, rolling a 50-sided die, taking over the family business, getting amped about stocking apparel, growing up Catholic, renouncing Paganism, seeing God on tv, hypnic jerks, and crying at the Golden Buzzer.    Find her online at: https://shopblackwater.com/

  • 152 - Is Thanos Really Bad? (with Malik Miko Thorne)

    152 - Is Thanos Really Bad? (with Malik Miko Thorne)

    11/06/2019 Duração: 57min

    Shop owner and DJ Malik Miko Thorne stops by the podcast to talk about being an introvert, still discovering music, record store conversations, curating mixtapes, discovering the wedding industry, growing up in Georgia, opening his own retail shop, coming up with ideas while cleaning his house, short-term optimism and long-term cynicism, going to Sunday school, crying at weddings, and his dream about getting hit by a car.   Follow him on Instagram: @asatelliteoflove Or: @djmalikmiko

  • 151 - Im Not Broken (with Ron Vilarino)

    151 - I'm Not Broken (with Ron Vilarino)

    04/06/2019 Duração: 01h11s

    Father Ron Vilarino drops by the podcast to talk about getting to know his daughter, Marynn, from the photos she left behind, their bookended relationship, who colored the moon, encouraging her to go back to school, taking her back to Bodie, their last picture together, hearing her whisper, searching for a stream in the Sierras, the day he finally bonded with her cat, why he didn't go to her funeral, drinking and driving, the gift of forgiveness, why he changed his mind about being on this podcast, and what Marynn would want him to do. 

  • 150 - Heres Your Ticket (with Ramon Campoamor)

    150 - Here's Your Ticket (with Ramon Campoamor)

    28/05/2019 Duração: 01h58min

    Podcaster and machinist, Ramon Campoamor stops by the podcast to talk about creating a podcast, getting two people in the same room, paid work vs. creative work, the responsibility of a parent, communicating with your partner, how changing a diaper is like being in a war zone, drifting apart, spanking, tummy time, raising a kid with two different ideologies, whether anyone's parents did it "right", nightmares about dogs, holding other people's babies, cataloging your kids on social media, the evolution of cyberbullying, the presidential candidates of the future, and being tired all the time.   Find him online at: http://ramoncampoamor.com/

  • 149 - If Im Your Black Sheep (with Kaci Mallat)

    149 - If I'm Your Black Sheep (with Kaci Mallat)

    21/05/2019 Duração: 01h43min

    Wedding coordinator and dance instructor, Kaci Mallat drops by the podcast to talk about seeing hail, accepting that weddings never go right, making a bride happy vs. making mom happy, a good 'please' and 'thank you', growing up on a Wisconsin dairy farm, teaching kids to dance, getting hangry at a wedding, moving to California without a job, how you're going to remember your life, attending a wedding she didn't plan, her valedictorian speech, the Wisconsin accent, taking the Communion you paid for, predestination, how old you'll be in Heaven, who's going to change your diapers, selling the cows, the pillow she won't get rid of, and her favorite acoustic guitar guy.    Find her online at: http://xoxowed.com/

  • 148 - That Boy Left (with Glen Tufuga)

    148 - That Boy Left (with Glen Tufuga)

    14/05/2019 Duração: 01h13min

    Barber Glen Tufuga swings by the podcast to talk about crossing paths in our former bands, learning every blink-182 song, music shaming, Glory of the Hour, Walking Plague, From The Top, Ride From A Stranger, band drama, staying straight edge, watching his parents hustle, texting his biological father in prison, 3 Ninjas, buying a pregnancy test on the Fourth of July, teaching his baby sign language, busting out of church, whether he'll fulfill his purpose, being the greatest Mario Kart player of all-time, and dreaming about his childhood dog.   Follow him on Instagram: @glenxtufuga

  • 147 - Listen To The Wind (with Michael Sterling)

    147 - Listen To The Wind (with Michael Sterling)

    07/05/2019 Duração: 01h03min

    Future chiropractor Michael Sterling stops by the podcast to talk about being a weird kid, what my girlfriend was like in elementary school, breaking his knee, how people settle on a career path, the good parts of Bakersfield, mountain biking, social media detox, divorce, modern dating, political division, the Seventh-day Adventist Church, seeing Jesus onstage, and watching The Lion King in theaters.

  • 146 - I Saw Your Guts (with Kasandra de la Rosa)

    146 - I Saw Your Guts (with Kasandra de la Rosa)

    30/04/2019 Duração: 01h16min

    Photographer Kasandra de la Rosa drops by the podcast to talk about how her husband was injured in Afghanistan, working in a specialty group home, watching a homeless guy slit his wrists, loud noises, flying, being murdered by your Uber driver, going on a date with someone you don't know, graduating from high school pregnant, how much math has changed, being a mean drunk, waiting for a kid with colored eyes, No Más Bebés, the nice parts of Bakersfield, nearby towns she's never been to, Word Party, naming kids, getting her tubes tied, giving up scrunchies for Lent, whether God is bilingual, and baby Pickle.   Follow her on Instagram: @kdelarosaphotography

  • 145 - On Solid Ground (with Patrick Patton)

    145 - On Solid Ground (with Patrick Patton)

    23/04/2019 Duração: 01h39min

    Photographer and musician, Patrick Patton swings by the podcast to talk about binging episodes of this show, why he didn't bring me In-N-Out, dad brain, number bands, trying to make angry punk rock in a perfect household, moving to Los Angeles, becoming a production assistant, Real Love Records, a two-disc soap opera, doing the best you can with what you've got, making music with his wife, playing loud, found time entertainment, receiving a bible for every holiday, why God was the first and best author, and saying goodbye to Mimi.   Find him online at: https://www.patrickpattonphotography.com/

  • 144 - Be True (with Laurie Woodward)

    144 - Be True (with Laurie Woodward)

    16/04/2019 Duração: 57min

    Author Laurie Woodward stops by the podcast to talk about how to say y'all, feeding cows, getting in trouble for daydreaming, writing her first book, reading The Weekend Novelist, developing craft, Shadow Swine, making Gauguin a villain, researching a skate park, Jojo the dolphin, passing the Talking Stick, the prophecy of Artania, calling each other dodoheads, learning to say no, and getting roasted by her kids.   Find her online at: http://artania.net

  • 143 - Super Pink and Pale and Weird (with Kyrstynne Coleman)

    143 - Super Pink and Pale and Weird (with Kyrstynne Coleman)

    09/04/2019 Duração: 02h17min

    Working mother Kyrstynne Coleman drops by the podcast to talk about seeing The National perform drunk, hiding her mom's cigarettes, the fear of blushing, a sweaty year in Florida, getting back into painting, her husband's gigantic backpack, how insane our feet are, whether her baby is his great-grandfather reincarnated, wanting to be a soccer mom, a missed miscarriage, the inappropriate doctor who delivered her, mama bear instinct, whether her baby can see spirits, words we hate, why she probably won't live past 61, whether some people are meant to die, forgiving your parents, getting married while pregnant, excerpts from her childhood diary, and being framed for drowning a bird.   Follow her on Instagram: @kyrstynne

  • 142 - Not One Person Is The Same (with Ricardo Cano Hernández)

    142 - Not One Person Is The Same (with Ricardo Cano Hernández)

    02/04/2019 Duração: 50min

    DJ, radio personality and program director, Ricardo Cano Hernández swings by the podcast to talk about why disco didn't die in Europe, how radio works, pre-recording vs. live broadcasting, making music that sounds good, getting robbed at gunpoint in Mexico, a WhatsApp chat with his whole family, when his dad bought him his first mixing board, cassette mixtapes, attending his first Vinyl Night, when his parents approved of his career choice, where hate comes from, how to trick the human brain, and supporting local music.    Find him online at: http://www.dj-flashback.com/

  • 141 - Hungry For Fathers Love (with Cameron Ingalls)

    141 - Hungry For Father's Love (with Cameron Ingalls)

    26/03/2019 Duração: 01h11min

    Photographer and publisher of The Wedding Standard, Cameron Ingalls stops by the podcast to talk about why he turned down my invitation the first time, going out for coffee with young photographers, when God told him to be a wedding photographer, catching a moment, keeping brides calm, taking a personality test, trying not to cough, promoting love, flannel board theology, whispering spy secrets in Muffin's ear, charging what he's worth, and asking people to list his weaknesses.    Find him online at: https://www.cameroningalls.com/ Or: https://www.theweddingstandard.com/ Or: https://www.acaciaproductions.co/about

  • 140 - Why Are People The Way They Are? (with Clara Cobb)

    140 - Why Are People The Way They Are? (with Clara Cobb)

    19/03/2019 Duração: 01h32min

    Psychology student Clara Cobb drops by the podcast to talk about making little sheep out of cotton balls, anxiety, why Fresno gets a bad rap, getting to know strangers, why people are replacing music with podcasts, cults, going on a date with an alleged murderer, Little Words, listening to people's mundane stories, The Moth, Potterless, self-consciousness, how children learn, being semi-homeless, conceiving her child on a Christmas tree lot, moral codes, holding onto some wonder, losing a friend in high school, and being knocked out by a snowboarder.    Find her online at: https://southstreetsam.wordpress.com/

  • 139 - Im A Wee Man (with Clark OShaughnessy)

    139 - I'm A Wee Man (with Clark O'Shaughnessy)

    12/03/2019 Duração: 32min

    Cobbler and EDM DJ, Clark O'Shaughnessy poofs by the podcast to talk about making buckles, stealing songs from Soundcloud, walking Trevor the Pug, watching the Lompoc Restaurant get robbed, being proud of his Irish heritage, the story of St. Patrick, his magic tricks, his celebrity impressions, one hit wonders, the Gift of the Gab, four years of sobriety, why he's on the run, and how his pot of gold sparks joy.

  • 138 - Little Tiny Heartbeat (with Celina Castro)

    138 - Little Tiny Heartbeat (with Celina Castro)

    05/03/2019 Duração: 01h28min

    Celina Castro swings by the podcast to talk about becoming a young mother, single parenting, getting pregnant again, postpartum depression, getting "touched out", crying over laundry, baby wearing, how she's like her daughter, sickness anxiety, a high school lockdown, her brother's overdose, the only time she was drunk, waiting 6 months for cancer results, being angry with God, when her mom moved to Mexico for cancer treatment, Nona's last breath, and the ashes in Lilly's room.   Follow her on Instagram: @celina.raeee Or: @celinaraecastro

  • 137 - Not Afraid To Fail (with Chelsey Rodgers)

    137 - Not Afraid To Fail (with Chelsey Rodgers)

    26/02/2019 Duração: 45min

    Stylist and Heritage Salon owner, Chelsey Rodgers stops by the podcast to talk about enrolling in beauty school, creating her own space, not feeling right in college, co-parenting, making people happy, becoming a boss, learning to appreciate the Central Coast, salon chair therapy, losing both of her parents, being honest about her emotions, running amok with her sibling gang, and taking her first long trip without her kids.   Follow her on Instagram: @salonheritage

  • 136 - Placenta Oranges (with Adam Niemann)

    136 - Placenta Oranges (with Adam Niemann)

    19/02/2019 Duração: 02h23min

    Actor Adam Niemann drops by the podcast to talk about how countries choose their flag colors, writing a musical with Weston Scott, trying out new art forms, Understanding Comics, making a thing vs. talking about making a thing, sharing the stage with Patti LuPone, divas, Robin Williams-level improv, the Six Steps of being an artist, the Trojan Horse of music theory, a hidden message in Jurassic Park, the film school he definitely really went to, celebrity entertainment, fly-on-the-wall documentaries, getting hit by a car while listening to this podcast, Hap-pea and Pea-wee, ping-ponging between the coasts, his Opera-singing pilot father, his casual doula-verse mother, sharing some Flake, finding his tribe, Google Mapping celebrities' houses, the sadness of William Inge, being the orange kid, Weird Al Yankovic, and what a goof means to him.    Find him online at: https://adamniemann.com/

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