E14 – Get to know our seriouser side, even though that’s not a word. Weens commutes home through LA while Mouse deals with mom guilt and effing up her kids. We wonder if our life paths were set as kids – baby Weens as a creative writer, and baby Mouse as a caretaker. We hit the hot, hot topics of weather, traffic, and road raging in teeny vehicles, then delve into Southern California wildfires and a little more self-analysis just to lighten things up. What do you do when friends and family show their political colors. Weens talks about seeing life through an actor’s eyes, a writer’s eyes, or from a give-no-effs perspective. We discuss friendships ending over Facebook fights, and when to be right or when to be kind. And we end on the light, light subject of what is the purpose of life. Song credits “Song for the Psycho” by Weens. Enjoy our deep thoughts and please reach out with yours too. We’d love to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org
No Lo Siento
Ding Dong, Hi Mom. It’s Not a Doorknocker.
Paw Paws and Bloody Shows
Interview: Craig Abell Champion
The Grass Is Greener, Wiener!
Mom the Type A Cowgirl
Should I Stay or Should I Zo
Interview: Andrew Piccone
The Seance (lo-fi)
Ghost Stories of Mouse and (Hallo)Weens!
She’s Out, Childhood Stories, Acting, and Murder
Coming Out and Jealousy
Interview Weens On The Job
The Lazy Teacher Episode Swap
Trusty Rusty, Snowflake Sweater, Bears on a Picnic