Today, I-95 Listeners Gave Shout Outs To Their Favorite People.
This morning, we thought it might be nice to give you a chance to honor someone awesome in your life. For like, no reason. We dubbed it 'Toot Another Tuesday'. We shared a bunch on the air, and then put them here too, just for you! Or in this case, someone else!
JStew: To be honest, I can't get through anything like this without giving a shout out to the three baddest women I know... My mom, of course. Because well, she's my mom. You could not ask for a more fierce Mama Bear than her. My wife KStew, because she is my rock in every way, and puts up with me on my best days. Sometimes those are worse than my worst days, hahaha. And to my partner-in-crime, Cori. You just can't mess with a single mother of four. If that's not the epitome of strength and perseverance, I don't know what is.
Cori: There are a bunch of folks I'd like to toot the horn for...My neighbors, because they have really come together to take care of one another this past year. My mailman, Mark Peach, who like all the other mail carriers out there, show up day after day, regardless of what's happening in the world, to keep us connected and stocked up. My family, for helping me weather the curve-balls life likes to throw my way. My bosses and co-workers, for making sure JStew and I have been able to work, safely, wherever we've needed to be (for me, I've been able to be home, so I can deal with kiddos and work at the same time, and that's been a huge blessing.) And speaking of work, I'm gonna toot the horn for JStew for a moment. I'm grateful to be able to work with someone who is not only fun to hang with every morning, but who shows up to work with an optimistic and humble approach, and who cares as much about what we're doing as I do. All you guys make life better!
We love giving listeners a chance to honor the everyday heroes in their lives. Let's check out your responses...
Evelyn I think all the kids deserve a shout out. This has been such a hard year for them, trying to adapt to remote classes and masks and going without seeing their friends. They have been amazing. The teachers have been great, too. But the kids...I am so proud of them all.