Hosted by: Cynthia Blomquist Gustavson
This week, Cynthia encourages us to answer a question that sounds simple, but it isn't: who am I? She shares a poem about her grandfather from the book "Between Tahlequah to Tulsa" and another about four generations of women from her mother's side of the family, from "In-Versing Your Life". Our genetics shape us, so does our environment.
🤔 Who am I? There are so many ways to answer this question. 00:32
👴 [Cynthia introduces and reads a poem about her grandfather, Mr. Knoblauch] 02:56
👶 Children are born with their temperament, their personality. 05:57
⤴️ We are often compared to certain family members. 06:24
👩🍼 On mothers' and babies' temperaments, and an experiment. 07:03
🧶 [Cynthia introduces and reads a poem titled "Four Generations of Women"] 11:39
👪 Think of something in your life and relate it to somebody who raised you. 14:31
🧬 How do genetics and environment relate to this week's question of how we are 15:19
Cynthia talks about wearing all kinds of lenses that give us a different perspective on the world around us. Some of those lenses are div...
When you need help, you need to rely on others. People of Tulsa are very good at helping others, but so are Canada geese. Cynthia reads a...
We love each other but we don't like the same food....
🤸 Country kids and city kids. 0:05
️🏕️ I loved to wander in nature. 1:27
️🏙️ Papa loved to play in the park....