This February brunch Sara and Rachael listen to Lena Dunham’s new podcast, discuss their favorite First Ladies, and the joys of senioritis. There’s no bread and cheese like New York bread and cheese, Sara gets into cartoons, and Rachael is won over by arranged marriages. Cat calls (sarcastic or not) are deemed gross, while 90s nostalgia is all about making mixtapes from the radio (complete with the DJ in between songs).
Yup – we’re giving away a set of Golden Girls prayer candles! You can check out the goods at Vegas Giblet on Etsy!
How to enter: Share our site (shepod.com) with the hashtag #shepodlove on instagram, twitter, or facebook by February 20th, 2016 11:59PM. A winner will be chosen at random and announced on the podcast!
We have a new facebook group called The Shepod AOL Chatroom – A place for ALL 90s-loving aspiring Golden Girls (and boys) to share their own Watching/Eating/Wearing, weekly Gross List, and anything else your prosecco-soaked hearts desire. All are welcome, feel free to add the Sophias and Blanches in your life! New members encouraged to introduce themselves by sharing their original AIM screennames.
Shepod bestie Elizabeth Delhagen joins the ladies for a brunch of wine and tiramisu! Sara fancies herself a hoop-skirted noblewoman, Rachael breaks down the merits of boxed wine, and Elizabeth is horrified by the ladies’ Cheesecake Factory love. Valentine’s Day, angry pee, and dog farts make the Gross List, while shorteralls top the list of 90s trends we should stop trying to make happen. IT’S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN, GRETCHEN.
This brunch, the ladies discuss the benefits and pitfalls of being your own boss, nail beauty routines, and their very full hearts (#TexasForever). Rachael pulls off an old-timey pop-in, Sara thoroughly enjoys gentrification, and the appropriate work from home shower schedule is debated. Finally, the 90s can’t come soon enough — I don’t want to wait…for our lives to be over!
The ladies recount the story of how they met, bond over their hatred of car maintenance, and admire foster parents for dogs in need. Rachael expresses her desire for jewelry that can hold wine, while Sara dreams of the bagels and lox of the east. After a discussion about the necessity of Gilmore Girls, they reminisce about the pleasure – and pain of the jellies of the 90s.