Stray Dog Arts

On the air!

You know that feeling you get when you go to a great big water park or go swimming in a new lake? That feeling of excitement and uncertainty all rolled into one?

Yep, that's how it felt to be on the radio for the first time. It was a lot of fun! I've had the wonderful honor of doing plenty of podcast interviews, but never LIVE and never on the radio!

Radio holds a place that is rooted somewhere deep in my childhood memories. It brings up a feeling of fascination for me. When I was growing up, my parents owned a flower shop and so, as a child, much of my time was spent riding around with them in the car making deliveries or running errands. The radio was always on. My child-mind often pondered: How do they make that magic happen?! You can imagine how I felt stepping into a room filled with headsets and microphones! Oh, the beautiful under-belly of radio! My immature self immidiately made herself present as I giggled in wonder at all the chords and paraphernalia used to make a radio show come to life.

Three. Two. One! The music starts and any nervousness I felt just sort of fell away. Sage is an expert radio personality! How would I know? Because I got to watch her in action!

You can listen to the show for yourself via podcast here.

Thank you, Sage of Dancing Porcupine, for having Sarah Ernhart (of Sarah Beth Photography) and me on your show!

You can listen to The Pet Playground
every Sunday evening at 6-7pm on AM950-KTNF
or catch up with archived shows here.

While you're at it, check out Sage's incredible book, JAVA: The True Story of a Shelter Dog Who Rescued a Woman. This book captures every bit of Sage's authentic, passionate, and radiant spirit.

My favorite books are the ones that help to remind us that the best place to live from is our heart. Sage's story is an incredible reminder of just that.

Be well.

May all dogs be happy!


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