• Sue Begent interviewing Yvonne Kaye
    Life Achievements

    Smart Women Who Mean Business

    PA NJ Radio interviews Dr. Yvonne Kaye Listen as Yvonne tells her story that began during WWII at the age of 6, when she was separated from her family. Her early childhood experiences helped to form the foundation of her eventual career as an addiction and bereavement specialist. Known for years for her late night radio show out of Philadelphia, rarely is someone as compassionate for the suffering of others. Are you seeking an inspirational speaker? Looking for a trained bereavement professional? Would your next event benefit from a humorous storyteller? Hire Dr. Yvonne Kaye today. Sue Begent Interviews Smart Women Who Mean Business! She is known nationally and internationally…

  • A bridge in a forest surrounded with purple flowers.
    Achievements,  Courage,  Life Achievements

    Wishes

    “I believe that once desires are implanted in the brain, they start on the longest journey they will ever take, to the heart, soul and gut. That’s when things happen. “ I was always taught that wishes were a waste of time and just fantasies which would never happen, so why bother. Why not bother?  Wishes aren’t just hope that something miraculous will happen.  They are dreams of the impossible or so we think. How would we have electricity, cameras, even safety pins if someone had given up on what they believed would improve the world? I know there are some wishes that couldn’t be fulfilled. Something I would love…

  • Theo Gmur won three golds on his Paralympic debut at PyeongChang 2018
    Courage,  Life Achievements

    About the 2018 Winter Olympics

    What are you doing with your time these days? Watching the Winter Olympics was almost addictive. I recorded all of them, so I could fast forward past commercials and events that were rather tedious to watch, like the skiing that took hours and hours. I had my favourites. Figure skating is the best for me and I was amazed at their performances.  I, who sprained my ankle at the one and only lesson I had. It was all very glorious and exciting. Truly, I couldn’t grasp how they stood on their skates, let alone move on the ice and leap into the air with a quadruple bound! Many years ago,…