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Remember when several of you told me I should have my own TV cooking show? and I said I’d be useless at it? And I told you my Indian-American accent probably won’t work for TV? Remember that? Well, here’s your chance to at least hear my voice for 10 minutes, and hear a part of my life story through this podcast.
My friend Niharika asked me if I’d considering being interviewed for a podcast called Everyday Bravery that Prudential puts together. I don’t think I’m particularly brave, but I was happy to have a chat. I went into the first phone call thinking, they’ll talk to me and realize how ordinary I am, and that will be that. Well, long story short, we did the interview and it will be out on July 4th.
They’ve just sent me an advance listen, and I would like to share it with you guys when it’s out on July 4th. They did such a good job of the editing. I mean, I talk a lot. I ramble, I speak quickly, I get distracted by a shiny object. But they made me sound–normal 🙂
But I’ll warn you, this is not a happy and light, cooking and butter chicken type of podcast. This is a story about some tough times that my family and I experienced that are now happily behind us.
I mean I CRY on this podcast and I almost never cry.
It’s actually a very personal part of my story, and I wondered if I wanted to just put it out there for people to listen to, but for better or for worse, that’s me and that’s a part of my story. Who knows, it might help someone who is in a similar, difficult situation have some hope that your life and your health can indeed turn around.
So if you feel up to a little serious listening, and you want to hear a little bit about who I am, as well as hear about the other two really brave individuals they featured on this podcast, I’ll remind you guys of it on July 4th.
I’ll post the link again on that day. I’m the last interview in the podcast and I hope you’ll listen to all of it.