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I'v delved deep into the archives for this one! Back 2019, I had a taster session with Archery Fit as part of my 30 at 30 challenge. During the session, I learned the basics of using a bow, and afterwards I sat down with the co-owner, Roman. We had a little chat about archery, and in particular how it’s a very accessible sport for people with conditions such as epilepsy.FIND OUT MORE ABOUT ARCHERY FIThttps://archeryfit.com/SUPPORT SEIZE YOUR ADVENTURE:Become a patron to support the podcast and continue telling stories of epilepsy in adventure. Sign up for £5 a month to help fuel me with a bit of coffee! Find out more at patreon.com/seizeyouradventure. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26th March is Purple Day! The international day of epilpesy awareness when people raise awareness of what it's like to live with epilepsy.Seize Your Adventure is already dedicated to raising awareness of how peole live iwth epilepsy and enjoy adventures and outdoor living. A lot of work goes into the podcast - and a lot gets taken out! Here's your chance to hear a few outtakes from the show.First published on Patreon in July 2020.Contains a few beeped expletives. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hello Adventurers! And I can't quite believe it but it has been 3 years since I launched the Seize Your Adventure podcast. Who knew that a podcast about epilepsy in adventure sports would have such longevity? And whilst I have been abandoning you all ever so slightly, I wanted to mark this 3-year anniversary with something a little bit special. And so, I have decided to start releasing the Patreon episodes to the public.Over the next few weeks, you'll be getting new episodes on this feed only heard by a select few until now.We're starting with Outdoor Mindset Conversations.When I created the Outdoor Mindset episode of Season 1, I conducted several interviews and had many conversations. As always, they were fascinating and we could have talked for days. But I only had a half hour episode to tell that story, and many conversations were edited to short soundbites.This bonus episode brings you some of those conversations. Only lightly edited, you get to hear the interviews with Kalyn Lepre, Kyle Martin, and Jeanie Ringelberg-Quigley. Plus, the full audio that OM Ambassador Jeanie Sroka sent me.And after listening, you can head back and re-listen to the Outdoor Mindset episode, to see if you can spot what made it into the final piece!Head to https://www.outdoormindset.org/ to learn more about the organisation.Thank you for you continued support.Safe Adventures x Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hello Adventurers! Seize Your Adventure has been quite, I know. But there is a good reason for that...Introducing, my new podcast: On The Outside.We need to talk about the outdoors. Not just the epic stories, but the important news, the big events and the social issues that permeate the whole of the outdoors. This show is for anyone who spends their time outdoors in the UK and wants to engage in the wider outdoor community. Each episode, a diverse panel of enthusiasts and experts from a range of outdoors sports discuss the news stories that matter to them. We'll look at everything from specific sports news, to headline stories about our countryside and environment, and the viral posts that capture outdoors culture - all in a jargon and judgement free way! If you want to talk about what's going on outside, search On The Outside now wherever you're listening to this, and make sure you sign up to the newsletter ontheoutsidepodcast.co.uk/newsletterSafe adventures x Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Back in June, I had the honour of being invited on to PODCASTER for a slightly different type of interview... Hosted by V, the Voice of Pod, podcast hosts take a seat in the Podcaster chair, to answer random questions about life and the podcast they have created.I've done a few interviews now - this was one of the most fun and soul-searching! Do go check them out:Follow Podcaster:Twitter: https://twitter.com/PodcasterPodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/podcasterpod/Produced by The Chancer Collectivehttp://thechancercollective.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_chancer_collective/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChancerCollect Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Over the years I have written many articles about adventuring with epilepsy. I wanted to share this one with you because it does not focus on the epilepsy side of things, but rather it was a nice reminder of what adventure can bring to you. How do you have small adventures? Can you have an adventure close to home? And after years of asking other people what adventure means to them, I try to answer the questions 'what is adventure?' in this article.Do you agree? How do you have an adventure? Do adventures have to be big? These are the types of questions I have tried to answer!Frankie and I discuss the story from 5:20mins:- Where the idea for this article can from- The writing and (lack of) editing process- How the small adventure mindset prepared me for lockdown adventures- Interestingly found new places during lockdown!- Reframing what adventure means- Shared family experiences in Wales- The privilege of being introduced to the outdoors as a child- Frankie's small Ikea adventure!- Adventures with dogs- Plans for a return to Wales this month...Disclaimer: All stories on Seize Your Adventure are personal experience. We take no responsibility for individual decisions made with regards to adventure sports or medical conditions. SUPPORT THE PODCAST:Become a patron to support the podcast and continue telling stories of epilepsy in adventure. Sign up for as little as $3 a month (that’s less than the price of a coffee!!). All Patrons will get extra content every month, even between seasons, and Patrons at $5 and above get bonus episodes. Find out more at patreon.com/seizeyouradventure. You can also make a one-off donation at https://www.paypal.me/seizeyouradventure.MUSIC:Kev Rowe on Soundcloud| Creative Commons Attribution LicenseAdditional sounds from Zapsplat Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This short Q&A with Martin follows on from the Article he read for us at the start of the month. We talked about the types of adventurous activities Martin likes to do, what he would say to someone else who has an epilepsy diagnosis, and - of course - what adventure means to him! Listen to Martin's Article:https://www.seizeyouradventure.com/post/s3-e3-martin-venturing-out-alone Find out more about Martin:https://epilepsytraveller.home.blog/ Follow Martin on Instagram @EpilepsyTravellerhttps://www.instagram.com/epilepsytraveller/ Disclaimer: All stories on Seize Your Adventure are personal experience. We take no responsibility for individual decisions made with regards to adventure sports or medical conditions. SUPPORT THE PODCAST:Become a patron to support the podcast and continue telling stories of epilepsy in adventure. Sign up for as little as $3 a month (that’s less than the price of a coffee!!). All Patrons will get extra content every month, even between seasons, and Patrons at $5 and above get bonus episodes. Find out more at patreon.com/seizeyouradventure. You can also make a one-off donation at https://www.paypal.me/seizeyouradventure.READ THE Q&A WRITE-UP ON THE WEBSITEhttps://www.seizeyouradventure.com/post/a-q-a-with-martin-hossell Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is the second Articles episode! Martin had his first tonic-clonic seizure when he was 10 years old, whilst playing a recorder in a music lesson. Since then, he has lived with epilepsy and seizures. In secondary school, he was told he could not go on a ski-trip because of this epilepsy - not once but twice.But when Martin left school, a friend at work suggested that they should start travelling together. Now he had a travel-buddy, Martin could travel safely with epilepsy, and they went to Australia, Iceland and more. And Martin was excited to book a trip together to his dream destination - America!But when his travel companion had to drop out of the trip, Martin had to decide - could he travel alone with epilepsy?This article first appeared on Martin's blog:https://epilepsytraveller.home.blog/ Frankie and I discuss the story from 9:25mins:- Fran and Frankie catch up and discuss the article- What they loved about the article- Admitting when something is difficult- Martin's great advice for travelling with epilepsy- How lovely Martin's friendship with his colleague was - Why encouragement from others makes all the difference- Why it's nice to hear a longer story from an Instagram persona!- How Fran has improved her epilepsy routine over the yearsI had also had a short chat with Martin about his adventures with epilepsy, and travelling to American alone . The Q&A will be out in 2 week's time. But if you're a $10 Patron, you can listen early over on the Patron-only feed!Follow Martin on Instagram @EpilepsyTravellerhttps://www.instagram.com/epilepsytraveller/ Disclaimer: All stories on Seize Your Adventure are personal experience. We take no responsibility for individual decisions made with regards to adventure sports or medical conditions.SUPPORT THE PODCAST:Become a patron to support the podcast and continue telling stories of epilepsy in adventure. Sign up for as little as $3 a month (that’s less than the price of a coffee!!). All Patrons will get extra content every month, even between seasons, and Patrons at $5 and above get bonus episodes. Find out more at patreon.com/seizeyouradventure. You can also make a one-off donation at https://www.paypal.me/seizeyouradventure.MUSIC:Kev Rowe on Soundcloud| Creative Commons Attribution LicenseAdditional sounds from Zapsplat THE FULL TRANSCRIPT IS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE:https://www.seizeyouradventure.com/transcripts Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for pri
Episode 2 follows on from Cameron's Article - Learning from Surfing with Epilepsy. Those of you who are very attentive to the Seize Your Adventure feed might well recognise this episode. Due to an issue with my hosting, my Patron-only episodes suddenly went public for a bit - including this Q&A! And I saw many of you downloading it, I started thinking about my offering for Season 3. After speaking to my Patrons, I've decided to make all the Q&As public. Here is the Q&A that I had with Cameron back in December 2020. We talked about surfing, snowboarding, holding on to hope in tough times, and how adventure can be having the confidence to stay safe.You can read the blog version of this Q&A on the website:https://www.seizeyouradventure.com/post/a-q-a-with-cameron-schwartzkopf$10 Patrons will still get early access to all Q&As, as well as the Patron newsletter. There is also a new miniseries for Patrons about my Race To The Stones experience in 2019.SUPPORT THE PODCAST:Become a patron to support the podcast and continue telling stories of epilepsy in adventure. Sign up for as little as $3 a month (that’s less than the price of a coffee!!). All Patrons will get extra content every month, even between seasons, and Patrons at $5 and above get bonus minisodes. Find out more at patreon.com/seizeyouradventure. You can also make a one-off donation at https://www.paypal.me/seizeyouradventure.Disclaimer: All stories on Seize Your Adventure are personal experience. We take no responsibility for individual decisions made with regards to adventure sports or medical conditions. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to the first The Articles episode!Is surfing with epilepsy dangerous? What happens if you have a seizure in the water? This is something we hear about in Cameron's story. CW: Cameron goes into detail on the consequences of having a seizure in water whilst he's surfing. So please bear in mind that some of the content and descriptions might be upsetting. Frankie and I discuss the story from 9:30mins.-Fran and Frankie catch up and discuss the article-The article resonates with and is very important to Frankie due to her background surfing with epilepsy and similar experiences of dealing with seizures in the water-Fran and Frankie discuss the slightly traumatic nature of the article and how Cameron acknowledges any mistakes he made leading up to the incident-Frankie comments that she would have liked more detail on how Cameron mitigates the risk and impact of this reoccurring-Fran discusses the importance of handling this article delicately due to its intensity.I had also had a short chat with Cameron about his adventures with epilepsy. There will be a blog post of my Q&A on the website next week, but If you're a $10 Patron, you can listen to Cameron himself over on the Patron-only feed now!The full transcript of this episode is available now:https://www.seizeyouradventure.com/post/the-articles-learning-from-surfing-with-epilepsy-full-transcript Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Introducing: The ArticlesFRAN: You’re listening to The Articles from Seize Your Adventure.[Sound of waves breaking]Season 3 of SYA is going to sound a little bit different. The articles are simple stories taken from across the internet and read by the person that wrote them.[Wave sound increases]CAMERON: I remember the first time the instructor said I was ready to paddle into a wave unassisted. I’ll be honest, it took a while to get into one. But when I did, I realised I was partnering with the power of Mother Nature. I was drawing lines in the waves, creating new feelings, It was beautiful.[Waves end]FRAN: ...and then after you’ve heard the story, Frankie and I will discuss it, talking about what we liked, what we learned and what we take away from each article.FRANKIE: I think this article is beautifully written. But I think it resonates a lot with me because he manages to vocalise a very similar experience to myself in a way that I never could…FRAN: For Patrons there’s going to be some bonus content every month, and you’ll get to hear a Q&A with the writer of the story.CAMERON: I mean of course getting outside is what we really like to do, but we all know that that’s not everything that life holds.FRAN: This is our way of sharing some more stories with you. Hopefully, this new way will still encourage you to go and seize your adventure. So make sure you are subscribed or you are following the podcast. And until next time, safe adventures everyone.Wave sound from Zapsplat.com Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hello Adventure Advocates and Adventurers. This is your final Patron episode before Season 3, and I want to introduce you to a new Patron-only mini-series!From next month, there will be at least one public episode each month, released in the second week of the month. Adventurer level Patrons will also get a bonus released on the last week of the month.But for Adventure Advocates and above, there are going to be some ad-hoc episodes in my new Race To The Stones mini-series! These episodes will be something of a work in progress, slightly rough and ready (and likely very ad-hoc). They will eventually be a full mini-series for the public. But you will finally get to hear more about my Race To The Stones before everyone else...Keep an ear out for the season 3 trailer dropping in a week. Until then, head over to YouTube to support Frankie and see what she's been up to:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0SisJZAlZ8oBBvdKiVrmygSafe Adventures x Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Archery Fit

Archery Fit

2021-02-2813:56

Here is your bonus episode for February. This is delving deep into the Seize Your Adventure archives, when I went to Archery Fit in May 2019, when I was attempting my 30 at 30 challenge.This episode gives you a little bit of story about my archery session, and a little bit of conversation with Roman, the owner of Archery Fit. We talk about how archery is a very accessible sport, and how they have helped customers with epilepsy.This is a great reminder to try things that make you nervous, and has made me look forward to doing fun things when COVID allows again!Thank you all for continuing to be a Patron.Safe adventures. x Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Surprise episode for your audio feed! This bonus episode has come from the Patreon feed. I wanted you all to listen to this one today, not only as a bit of encouragement to head over to patreon.com/seizeyouradventure if you are missing the podcast... but also because it shares some information on what Season 3 of the podcast is going to sound like.For December's Patron episode, I waited until January so that I could share my New Year's Day walk. Listen to me ramble as I ramble about the year just gone - the 30 at 30 challenge, the type of lockdown adventures I will remember, and how my listeners and Patrons have helped me this year.If you can't support the show financially, I understand! Please do support it by sharing it, subscribing and reviewing the podcast. It really helps to boost the show in podcast apps, and get stories of epilepsy in adventure into the mainstream.Thank you for continuing to support the podcast in any way you can (and apologies for the slightly bad audio!).Safe adventures x Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's the end of the month and that means it's time for the bonus Patron episode of Seize Your Adventure! This month, I have been taking a deep dive into the adventure archives...When I created the Outdoor Mindset episode of Season 1, I conducted several interviews and had many conversations. As always, they were fascinating and we could have talked for days. But I only had a half hour episode to tell that story, and many conversations were edited to short soundbites.This bonus episode brings you some of those conversations. Only lightly edited, you get to hear the interviews with Kalyn Lepre, Kyle Martin, and Jeanie Ringelberg-Quigley. Plus, the full audio that OM Ambassador Jeanie Sroka sent me.And after listening, you can head back and re-listen to the Outdoor Mindset episode, to see if you can spot what made it into the final piece!Thank you for you continued support.Safe Adventures x Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Fran Rambles

Fran Rambles

2021-01-0122:20

December's bonus episode comes a little late because I wanted you to join me on my New Year walk. Listen to me ramble as I ramble about 2020 and what is to come.Plus, as a $10 and above Patron, you get a bonus bonus - listen to the letter I sent to Race To The Stones.The Letter:Hi All,Thank you for the extra information on the medical team and locations throughout the course. All information helps me complete a thorough personal risk assessment. Thank you, also, for engaging in a conversation about epilepsy. It is especially prevalent today as it is in fact International Epilepsy Awareness Day! There are a few more epilepsy awareness initiatives later in the year before the Race to the Stones event that I would love to discuss with the marketing team to see if there is any link up we could do between ourselves and Young Epilepsy (cc'd), who I will be raising money for.When it comes to helping encourage people with epilepsy to take part in your events, I'd like to take the opportunity to bring your attention to an aspect I could immediately help you improve on: the recommendation that "the safest way would be to do the event with a buddy who knows how to deal with the condition." It is (to be blunt) inappropriate for yourselves to be making what is essentially a care plan suggestion. This infers the need (or wish) for me to have a carer or extra support - which is a decision that lies with myself and my epilepsy team (including epilepsy nurse and neurologist). As it stands, we have all agreed quite happily that there is no need for such precaution. In 2017, I walked across Spain solo, I will be completing the majority of my training solo. From organisers' POV, as with all participants, I have signed a waiver that accepts full responsibility for any eventuality outside of the organisers' control.  But I understand the natural inclination to make such comments, especially as representatives of such a large operation where you want to limit any risky circumstance you can! (I would guess that this suggestion also comes from a place of considering other participants.) It is something I have come across in organised events before, and I personally try not to take offence to it :) But it that kind of assumption that, unfortunately, causes a lot of people with epilepsy to hide their condition. The use of the phrase 'deal with' in particular is quite problematic as it suggests a burden. And I would be interested to know if a similar suggestion would be offered to other conditions, such as history of heart attack or diabetes?I will make a quick suggestion here that the most appropriate approach would be to ask the participant for more information.For example, asking if there is a care plan, doctors' advice, the type of epilepsy, seizures, the frequency, and triggers. Epilepsy is such a varied condition, and some aspects of it carry greater risk. Some seizures cause a person to lose consciousness, whilst some don’t. The more regular the seizures are, the higher the chance of a seizure at an inopportune moment etc.So as you can see, it is a complicated topic! And exactly why I will be working as closely as possible with organisations to raise awareness throughout the whole of my 30 at 30 challenge. I have started doing awareness sessions with local schools and companies, and this is something I can do for your team if you were really interested in becoming supportive of those with epilepsy.In the meantime, if anyone wants to know a little bit more, these are some good articles to start with:https://adventureuncovered.com/2019/02/11/seize-your-adventure/https://seizeyouradventure.com/learn-about-epilepsy/And of course do check out the articles and podcasts on my website. (This one in particular might be of interest to any ultrarunners among you!).Many thanks for your time so far and look forward to hearing from marketing,Fran Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Fran Rambles

Fran Rambles

2021-01-0116:08

For December's Patron episode, I waited until January to let you join me on my New Year's Day walk. Listen to me ramble as I ramble about the year just gone - the 30 at 30 challenge, the type of lockdown adventures I will remember, and how you have helped me this year.Plus get an insight into the next season of Seize Your Adventure.Thank you for continuing to support the podcast (and apologies for the slightly bad audio!). Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
"How would you feel if you had a seizure again? Could you emotionally and mentally handle it? Would it feel like everything was falling apart? Would epilepsy have control?”WARNING: This episode contains a graphic descriptions and creative depiction of what it feels like to Jade when she has a seizure.For 2 years, this podcast has been sharing stories from adventurous people with epilepsy. And making this podcast has taken my life in a direction I never thought about. I have learned to make a number of different types of episode on this show. This series, we’ve had a lot more chats with new adventurers - and these chats are so much fun to have. But, my favourite episodes to make, have to be the storytelling episodes. They are very labour intensive, they can take months to write, record and edit together, pick the right music and making sure the narration fits into the rhythm of that music.So, we haven’t had a storytelling episode in Season 2. But, I’m very happy to be able to bring you this bonus by Jade Nelson.Jade approached me with this story at the end of 2019… so for one reason and another, it has taken a year to pull it together. But this story is meaningful now as it was when it was written. And at a time when many are confined by circumstance to adventures closer to home, there are some great lessons for us to hear as well.Disclaimer: All stories are personal experience. We take no responsibility for individual decisions made with regards to adventure sports or medical conditions.SUPPORT THE PODCAST:Become a patron to support the podcast and continue telling stories of epilepsy in adventure. Sign up for as little as $3 a month (that’s  less than the price of a coffee!!). All Patrons will get extra content every month, even between seasons, and Patrons at $5 and above get bonus episodes. Find out more at patreon.com/seizeyouradventure. You can also make a one-off donation at https://www.paypal.me/seizeyouradventure.MUSIC:-Guitar Drone by Toilet Roll Tube | Attribution non-commercial license.-Groovy Guitar – LOOP by joshuaempyre | License: Attribution-Dandelion.mp3 by TexasMusicForge | Attribution non-commercial license.-Train sound recorded by Fran.-Additional sounds from freesound.org.TRANSCRIPT ON ITS WAY.I am working to try and get accurate transcripts for all the Seize Your Adventure episodes. In the meantime, you can find most episodes on YouTube for auto transcription. Get bonus content on Patreon See
"How would you feel if you had a seizure again?  Could you emotionally and mentally handle it? Would it feel like everything was falling apart? Would epilepsy have control?” WARNING: This episode contains a graphic descriptions and creative depiction of what it feels like to Jade when she has a seizure. For 2 years, this podcast has been sharing stories from adventurous people with epilepsy. And making this podcast has taken my life in a direction I never thought about. I have learned to make a number of different types of episode on this show. This series, we’ve had a lot more chats with new adventurers - and these chats are so much fun to have.  But, my favourite episodes to make, have to be the storytelling episodes. They are very labour intensive, they can take months to write, record and edit together, pick the right music and making sure the narration fits into the rhythm of that music. So, we haven’t had a storytelling episode in Season 2. But, I’m very happy to be able to bring you this bonus by Jade Nelson. Jade approached me with this story at the end of 2019… so for one reason and another, it has taken a year to pull it together. But this story is meaningful now as it was when it was written. And at a time when many are confined by circumstance to adventures closer to home, there are some great lessons for us to hear as well. Disclaimer: All stories are personal experience. We take no responsibility for individual decisions made with regards to adventure sports or medical conditions. SUPPORT THE PODCAST: Become a patron to support the podcast and continue telling stories of epilepsy in adventure. Sign up for as little as $3 a month (that’s  less than the price of a coffee!!). All Patrons will get extra content every month, even between seasons, and Patrons at $5 and above get bonus episodes. Find out more at patreon.com/seizeyouradventure. You can also make a one-off donation at https://www.paypal.me/seizeyouradventure. MUSIC: -Guitar Drone by Toilet Roll Tube | Attribution non-commercial license. -Groovy Guitar – LOOP by joshuaempyre | License: Attribution -Dandelion.mp3 by TexasMusicForge | Attribution non-commercial license. -Train sound recorded by Fran. -Additional sounds from freesound.org. TRANSCRIPT ON ITS WAY. I am working to try and get accurate transcripts for all the Seize Your Adventure episodes. In the meantime, you can find most episodes on YouTube for auto transcription.
The Seize Your Adventure podcast is 2 years old! Join me in the celebrations with a Happy Birthday, some facts and stats about the last 2 years, and a return to where it all started in West Texas with Jade Nelson...The facts and stats:-The first episode of the podcast went live on 3rd December 2018-But the trailer launched on November 5th 2018-There are 32 episodes in the back-catalogue-Including 6 story episodes, 13 chats, 3 trailers, 3 journalistic episodes, 2 times I had to make 2 episodes with 1 chat, and 5 times you have listened to my monologues...-We have featured 14 adventurers with epilepsy-Adventurous activities mentioned so far include hiking, running, camping, ultimate Frisbee, paddleboarding and stand-up paddleboarding, skiing, mountain biking, bike-packing, swimming, surfing, karate, ice climbing, trail running, ultra marathons, archery, freediving, wild swimming, canoeing, snowboarding, ballroom dancing, yoga, and swimming with crocodiles!-The podcast has had over 5000 downloads-Which works out at about 160 of you listening per episodeThank you, thank you, thank you!Disclaimer: All stories are personal experience. We take no responsibility for individual decisions made with regards to adventure sports or medical conditions.SUPPORT THE PODCAST:Become a patron to support the podcast and continue telling stories of epilepsy in adventure. Sign up for as little as $3 a month (that’s less than the price of a coffee!!). All Patrons will get extra content every month, even between seasons, and Patrons at $5 and above get bonus episodes. Find out more at patreon.com/seizeyouradventure. You can also make a one-off donation at https://www.paypal.me/seizeyouradventure.MUSIC:NEW HAPPY BIRTHDAY by Steven Mon | Creative Commons Attribution LicensePoignant Texas by Mark T | Attribution non-commercial license.Dandelion.mp3 by TexasMusicForge | Attribution non-commercial license.acoustic guitar interlude by graham_makes | Attribution non-commercial license.Additional sounds from freesound.org. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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