Episode #230: Mamma Mia – Consolation Rewatch


Immediately, we’re rewatching Mamma Mia! And Mamma Mia! Right here We Go Once more, starring Meryl Streep and Amanda Seyfried.

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Present Notes:

Decor inspiration:

Nothing they might use in their very own home

Donna’s Villa (earlier than and after renovations) – Beachy vibe, love a superb renovation, numerous blue, and it’s an indoor/outside home

Different cozy inspiration:

Greece – stunning location, love Greek meals, and may’t wait to take a trip there

Love the vibe of a single mother taking good care of issues round the home

Fee this film from 0 to five Dads:

Elsie – 10

Emma – 5

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Episode 230 Transcript:

Elsie: You’re listening to the A Lovely Mess Podcast, your cozy consolation hear. Immediately we’re rewatching Mamma Mia and Mamma Mia, Right here We Go Once more, starring Meryl Streep and Amanda Seyfried. I’m so excited. I like these films. So like when my youngsters had been toddlers, this was our final consolation film that we placed on on a regular basis. And it was particularly Right here We Go Once more. We watched that one far more, however we watched them each. And it’s so joyful. Like, there’s simply nothing else prefer it in cinema. I’ll stand by that. There’s nothing else prefer it. There’s just one ABBA musical. 

Emma: Musicals will at all times have a particular place in my coronary heart. And this one particularly is that they’re identical to, we’re doing a musical. Like, they’re like, we don’t care. We’re doing the musical. And I’m like, yeah. And there’s truthfully lots of people in these films that I’d by no means, I didn’t know that they had ever accomplished a musical. I didn’t know they sang and dance. 

Elsie: Proper. We had been watching it the opposite day and we each mentioned, this seems to be like probably the most enjoyable you can ever have as an actor, prefer it simply seems to be so extremely enjoyable.The dance numbers they’ve, the units, the costumes. There was like, there was one we had been watching the place they had been like, there was like three or 4 boats full of individuals and there was like a dock full of individuals and it was like everybody was dancing in sync. 

Emma: You’re type of on the seaside all day dancing. I’m positive it’s sizzling. I’m positive there’s issues that aren’t enjoyable about it, however It seemed fairly. It was wonderful. It seems to be fairly enjoyable. So it’s a consolation rewatch out of your women toddler hoods. . For me, I really hadn’t seen the films earlier than however I’d seen the play, the Mamma Mia play. I had a buddy who was in like our area people theater, it’s referred to as Landers Theater, Springfield Little Theater. He was in it and so me and some pals went and noticed him in it and so I’d seen the play, so I do know the songs. I feel you type of know the songs even should you’ve by no means seen the film or the play, like they’re very well-known, however I had by no means seen the film and so there simply saved being folks that I used to be like, oh, he’s on this. Oh, she’s on this. Oh, wow, Meryl Streep’s nice on this. I simply was like, odd as I used to be watching it on my own at evening. 

Elsie: Yeah, it simply reminds you that each actor has a theater nerd dwelling within them. Irrespective of how cool.

Emma: You’re like, oh, this is sort of a critical actor, does all these like very critical roles. After which unexpectedly they’ve like their shirt half unbuttoned and so they’re dancing and also you’re like, okay, they’re only a theater nerd. I like it. 

Elsie: It’s stunning. Okay. So describe these films for anybody who hasn’t watched, which should you haven’t watched, we beg of you, you need to. These are extremely really useful from us.  It’s identical to two joyful films in a row. 

Emma: It would be best to take a trip although. I used to be instantly like, oh, I want a summer time trip. It’s not within the playing cards for me, however I used to be like, oh, actually. I haven’t even ever been to Greece. 

Elsie: Me neither. I do know. 

Emma: So anyway, each films are set in colourful Greek Island and the plot, it’s type of a background for simply listening to cool ABBA songs. So, within the first film, a younger girl is getting married, and he or she doesn’t know who her father is. And so she’s learn by her mom’s diaries, and he or she type of discovers that there are three potentialities of who is perhaps her father. 

Elsie: Dot, dot, dot.

Emma: Dot, dot, dot. So she invitations all of them to her marriage ceremony with out telling her mom. And that’s type of the premise. After which all through the film, they’ve moments the place she’s like, oh, possibly it’s this man. Wait, no, possibly it’s this man. And everybody’s making an attempt to determine why they’re on the island, why they’ve been invited. And it’s actually humorous and enjoyable. And it’s hilarious to me that you simply watch this along with your women as toddlers, however in fact, all of that’s very over their heads. 

Elsie: Properly, and to be honest, we principally quick ahead to the songs. And we’ve at all times been an ABBA household, so it’s identical to very acquainted songs. It’s only a film model of very acquainted songs.

Emma: Yeah, and I’ll say for like a film that’s, you realize, been round for a while, I feel it’s fairly intercourse optimistic. It doesn’t actually go into shaming her. She has a second the place she’s like, my mother would have thought I used to be, you realize, that type of factor or no matter. 

Elsie: I agree. I feel it’s fairly optimistic. I feel the premise is hilarious. It’s superior. It’s mainly like three days, three boyfriends, and I don’t know who the daddy is. 

Emma: It was over two months. There’s one in a single month within the diary. After which there have been two gents within the subsequent month and I feel that is smart if you’re in your early 20s. That may occur, that is smart to me. 

Elsie: Yeah, okay. I misunderstood it as a result of within the second film it type of makes it look like it’s identical to BAM BAM BAM. However anyway, I feel it’s fantastic. My eight yr outdated was asking some questions. I feel it’s like a curious little premise and a enjoyable technique to be taught. Let’s go away it at that. 

Emma: It’s a really enjoyable technique to be taught.

Elsie: Yeah. 

Emma: Okay, after which the sequel, do you wish to inform them what the sequel’s about? 

Elsie: Okay, so within the sequel, we get to see Donna’s life when she was youthful. So I just like the sequel as a result of it has two units of actors, just like the older actors return and so they’re all in it once more, however then there’s additionally a youthful set of flashback actors. So it simply offers them extra to work with. And like, they’re all like actually wonderful performers. Okay. So anyway, Sophie, she nonetheless has the three doable dads. She’s reflecting on her mom’s journey within the second film. Her mom has handed. So there’s lots of unhappy moments the place they’re kind of like celebrating her life. After which in the long run Sophie discovers she can be anticipating a child as nicely. That’s just about it, proper? 10 out of 10, 100 out of 10. I like it. 

Emma: Yeah, and I might say the second film, the sequel, has possibly extra enjoyable costumes. There’s much more costume modifications. 

Elsie: I really feel like they accepted the problem to outdo the unique. And the opposite factor that’s type of cool concerning the second film is, like, they received to interrupt off the Broadway a bit of extra and simply, like, choose random ABBA songs. And simply, you realize what I imply? It has lots of enjoyable songs in it. It’s actually nice. 

Emma: And to not spoil, however Cher’s in it. 

Elsie: Yeah. Cher is wonderful. So I made Emma, like, quick ahead and watch each music as a result of she hadn’t seen the sequel. And her little son, Oscar, who’s two, watched each single music with us and he was very engaged with it. It was wonderful. 

Emma: He was simply, like, mesmerized. He by no means watches musicals. We haven’t actually watched any of the Disney films. Princess ones or any with songs. He simply hasn’t been . So I feel what I wanted to do is quick ahead to solely songs apparently, however I additionally assume he was identical to, oh, these persons are dancing. And you realize, I don’t know. He was into it. I feel seeing your women be so into it too. It was type of like a second for him.

Elsie: It’s a sing alongside to them. 

Emma: Yeah, they had been undoubtedly singing and dancing alongside. It was very cute. I’d be like, I need this music subsequent. 

Elsie: Yeah, that’s true, a bit of match. Properly, you realize, youngsters. Okay, so recollections from if you first watched this film. So I first watched it when Nova was a toddler. So it wasn’t that way back. I imply it’s an eternity in parenting, like recollections, however it’s a really quick period of time in actual life. It’s like a pair years. So yeah, I keep in mind I identical to heard about it. And I’ve at all times beloved musicals. Our mother raised us with, like, The Sound of Music and Mary Poppins was, like, an enormous a part of our childhood. So I’ve at all times had, like, a mushy spot for musicals, and I like how, like, unhinged they’re, and, you realize, simply, like, joyful. My husband doesn’t watch them, so I really feel prefer it’s my, like, anti snob factor that I carry the torch for, you realize what I’m saying? 

Emma: Plus then upon getting toddlers and youngsters, you’ve somebody to observe with you. As a result of in any other case you’re simply making an attempt to speak somebody into it who’s like, I don’t actually wish to. And also you’re like, overlook you! I’m gonna discover one other buddy to observe this with me. 

Elsie: And when my youngsters had been little, earlier than they knew about Publish Malone, earlier than they knew, like, the stuff they know now, they solely knew outdated music, and I used to be so proud. And it doesn’t final ceaselessly, as a result of you possibly can solely shelter your youngsters from the actual world for therefore lengthy. However they, like, beloved Elton John, ABBA, Nancy Sinatra, that’s, like, all of the music we listened to once they had been actually little. So that they know all of the ABBA songs, and it’s undoubtedly, like, a factor I’m nonetheless pleased with to today. So my recollections are fairly area of interest trigger it’s identical to a factor I did with my youngsters. However yeah, I like to recommend it as a result of if you’re a father or mother, it’s a must to rewatch films. That’s a part of the journey. And I’ve watched Frozen and the bizarre second one and the Christmas yet another than I can ever rely. And I do truthfully love them. I’ve a mushy spot for even stuff I don’t like that the youngsters watch, however there’s, like, one thing particular if you’re in a position to, like, persuade them to observe one thing that you simply’re a bit of bit excited by, you realize? 

Emma: Yeah, it’s a pleasant feeling. I agree. As a result of I like vehicles. However, I’d fairly watch Bluey or, you realize, another issues. And now I’m like, oh, I gotta strive Abba once more with him now as a result of he was into it. 

Elsie: Abba is ceaselessly. I like it a lot. Okay, so decor inspiration. Something I might use in my own residence, not a lot, I don’t assume, however it’s extra simply, like, the vibe of Greece. So, the factor I like about it’s it is vitally, like, vacationy, and really beachy, too. Magical, there’s lots of renovating is without doubt one of the themes, as a result of she kind of, like, takes on this rundown. Villa to show it into type of a resort, after which her daughter does it once more 25 years sooner or later. So yeah, I like that. I at all times love to observe a makeover story in a film, whether or not it’s a home or an individual or any type of makeover story is nice. 

Emma: Yeah, and there’s lots of, like, blue, there’s additionally lots of, like, colourful tile, there’s even this second the place, like, on the bottom there’s, like, this sort of mosaic of, like, a dolphin made out of tile. So there’s lots of, like, beachy, vacationy vibes, like, I really feel like dwelling within the Midwest, we simply don’t have homes that really feel like there’s ever sand in them, you realize what I imply? 

Elsie: True. 

Emma: It’s simply not the vibe. And so, it’s enjoyable to see homes or go to locations the place, like, it’s a really indoor outside.

Elsie: That’s true. That’s a factor that individuals within the U. S. don’t usually have, is like an indoor outside home state of affairs the place you want to go away your doorways or home windows open all day and I feel it’s very magical. 

Emma: Yeah, it’s actually magical. I feel it’s actually particular for youths, however like, my home could be very closed up, like, you realize, we don’t have bugs in the home a lot, and after we do, it’s like, oh no, we’ve left the doorways open too lengthy. Whereas in some areas of the world, it’s like a really fluid factor.

Elsie: Emma has everlasting trauma from these snakes stepping into her home. So, she’s by no means gonna go away her door open. 

Emma: Amongst different issues. I feel I informed a narrative concerning the raccoon extra not too long ago. That’s a wildlife problem, man. However indoor outside isn’t for me. I imply, it’s occurring, however I don’t need it. So there’s lots of that on this, the place issues look very weathered since you get the vibe that just like the home windows are open on a regular basis and folks monitor in sand, however you simply sweep it out otherwise you rinse it out and that’s one other factor is like flooring and surfaces. Lots of instances, or it’s not that there’s no wooden, however there may be lots of tile, lots of like, it nearly seems to be like plaster partitions, however I feel it’s extra like that one materials it’s like lime washy and all the things simply seems to be type of weathered. However like in a very stunning method. And there’s lots of blue, which I don’t do lots of blue in my home. So I actually like seeing it as a result of it’s simply totally different and enjoyable. 

Elsie: Yeah. Like it. I can’t wait to go to Greece. It’s undoubtedly on the highest of my romantic holidays listing the place I’d like to go. I’ve heard that it’s exhausting with youngsters. As a result of, like, no less than a number of the, the favored Greek cities are, like, very vertical. And like, it’s an excessive amount of, like, stairs and, like, you realize, an excessive amount of climbing. You’d be cantering them so much. However I don’t know. My youngsters are getting larger now, so I feel that Possibly even with them. However, I can’t wait to go to Greece. I like Greek meals. I feel all the things about it’s intriguing and wonderful. However I can’t additionally faux, like, I do know a lot about it, as a result of I’ve by no means been there. It’s simply extra of a fantasy for me proper now than a, than a actuality, however I might be curious should you’re, if, if we have now any podcast listeners who’re from Greece or have been to Greece so much, otherwise you’re identical to, for some motive, an skilled, let me know what you consider Mamma Mia films and like how they, like how correct it’s. I don’t even know if it was filmed in Greece. I do know nothing about it. I’m curious. 

Emma: I might like to know. 

Elsie: However I wager it’s in all probability like a factor that lots of like Western individuals find out about Greece as a result of they’re, you realize, Mamma Mia’s fashionable. Okay, so the earlier than and after renovations, anything about it that was simply cozy and caught your consideration?

Emma: I favored how Donna’s character, which is performed by Meryl Streep within the first film, after we meet her, you realize, uh, she’s single, like that’s a part of the premise is there’s these three potential fathers and he or she’s been elevating her daughter and working this villa that she’s changed into a type of Mattress and breakfast resort, however there’s lots of scenes the place she’s like holding a drill and he or she’s like fixing a window or like, you realize, spackling some tile or this or that. And she or he’s at all times carrying these cute overalls. I actually favored the vibe of mainly displaying a lady with energy instruments, taking good care of issues round her resort and being like. This might be simpler if I had a wealthy husband like she has an entire music about that, however I’m simply doing it myself and it’s like, it was simply cool. I like that. I used to be like, oh, that is enjoyable. 

Elsie: Oh, is it the cash, cash, cash? 

Emma: Yeah, cash, cash, cash. Everybody’s like making an attempt to gather cash from her, like all of the extras. Yeah, it’s actually humorous. 

Elsie: Like it. I’m curious what number of of our listeners are ABBA followers, however I hope a few of you’re. Possibly we’ll convert some. Actually for me it’s like, the primary factor I like about these films is the dancing. I’m a type of folks that likes to take a seat there and attempt to be taught the choreography. And like all of the motions and stuff. I simply love that kind of factor. Simply sitting on the sofa along with your arms up. Identical to swaying with them. It’s actually, actually enjoyable. 

Emma: It’s enjoyable too as a result of you possibly can type of inform that there’s extras and like sure forged members aren’t extras. They’re like, you realize, within the bridal occasion or within the, you realize, no matter. They don’t essentially have a reputation, however they’re, they’re in it again and again. So that they have a extra distinguished function and you’ll inform that they’re dancers and so they’re doing mainly superior ballet strikes. After which a number of the forged, particularly just like the three dads, I really feel like they gave them some enjoyable dance strikes, however anybody might do them. You already know what I imply?, 

Elsie: Yeah, these are those I’m like, I might do that dance. They perform a little little bit of choreography. It’s stunning although. It’s superior, so glad. 

Emma: Yeah. It simply has a mixture of dance strikes in it. Trigger there are occasions you watch a musical and also you’re like, Oh, this lead actor is sort of a dancer. And possibly I didn’t understand that or no matter, however like they’re doing a little strikes which are critical right here. After which typically you’ll see a dance and also you’re like, that appears enjoyable. They’re having enjoyable. I might do that. 

Elsie: That’s true. No, I get no ballet coaching required. Okay. So fee this film from zero to 5 dads. I imply, I’m going to offer it like a ten out of 5 as a result of it’s like one among my favorites, it’s my sparks pleasure film of a lifetime. There’s in all probability nothing else that makes me so joyful in my soul. 

Emma: Yeah. I might give it 5 out of 5 dads and you realize, I generally is a little harsh typically with story. You’re a much less beneficiant critic. However I simply really feel like they knew the task, they nailed the task, this film is aware of what style it’s in, and it’s doing an important job. And there’s actually, like, I really feel like something questionable, I’m doing air quotes concerning the story, they type of go along with it. And I simply assume it’s nice, and I like all of the casting, and I like all of the costumes, and it’s only a blast. For those who don’t like musicals, particularly tacky musicals, this may not be for you. However I really feel like should you simply noticed the quilt of the film and also you didn’t, like, I don’t know, that’s on you a bit of bit. So, 

Elsie: 5 out of 5 deaths. It advertises precisely. What it’s. I feel so. You bought what to procure. That’s what our dad says. You bought what you pawned. Okay, so identical to a facet observe For those who’re like me, and also you simply, like, have a love for the 70s, however you weren’t alive then, and also you type of want you had been, each single Cher film I’ve ever watched is a ten. Simply go on Cher’s IMDB should you simply wanna do extra stuff within the class of, like, glad joyful type of unhinged. I don’t know. 

Emma: She has lots of critical movies too. Yeah, like Oscar winner Severe movies. Oh, I haven’t seen something like that. I feel she’s in Silkwood with Meryl Streep. She’s in that one with Nicolas Cage,  Moonwalk, moon one thing. It’s fairly critical. 

Elsie: Those I’ve seen are primarily, like, The Witches and the mermaids ones. 

Emma: She’s received vary. As a result of on this one, then, she sings. I imply, everyone knows Cher sings. However, you realize, it’s a musical and he or she’s received type of wacky outfits and it’s actually enjoyable. She does the entire spectrum, man. 

Elsie: I like her. 

Emma: Icon. 

Elsie: Okay, it’s trivia time! You already know, we love our trivia. Okay, so, Pierce Brosnan had no thought what the undertaking was about when he signed on, the producers informed him that it was being filmed in Greece, and Meryl Streep was starring. Okay, truthfully, like That may be sufficient for me, too. Brosnan mentioned he would have signed on for something involving Streep, describing her as that beautiful blonde I fancied terribly in drama faculty. That’s cute. That’s cute. That’s lovable, however I feel he in all probability would have nonetheless accomplished it, and I’m glad, I’m glad he’s in it. 

Emma: Yeah, he does nice. 

Elsie: He’s good.

Emma: However he’s undoubtedly one the place you’re like, hmm, I wouldn’t have guessed he would wish to do that, essentially. Trigger he’s James Bond.

Elsie: Properly, I suppose they actually did movie in Greece. 

Emma: Yeah, I suppose they did. Or they tricked him. No, I wager they actually did. Stellan Skarsgård mentioned, It was absurd to ask me to be in a musical. I can’t sing. I can’t dance. After which I noticed it additionally had Pierce Bronson and Colin Firth, and so they can’t sing or dance both, so I felt a bit of safer there. 

Elsie: That’s good. I feel he’s good, too. I like all of the three dads. The three dads are, like, Oh, yeah, they’re nice. They’re iconic, and it makes me love them extra after I see them in different films. Clearly, like, there’s nothing in all probability of their portfolio that’s fairly like this, however I don’t know, I really feel prefer it, like, Provides them this little, like, badge of, like, I’m not a snob, I’m, like, I’m higher than that I’ll, I respect. 

Emma: I’m simply right here to make stuff.  I’m not afraid to look a bit of foolish or, like, do one thing exterior of. Hey. I really feel prefer it’d be good, too, as a result of I really feel like this, uh, actor, Stellan, he performs lots of dangerous guys. Mm hmm. Will get forged so much as a villain. Mm hmm. Or simply very critical, possibly he’s not the villain, however lots of instances he’s, however he’s very critical. And so I might assume it will be type of a enjoyable little reprieve to get a task the place you’re like, I’m gonna play this man named Invoice, and I like fishing, and I like journey, and I’m singing and dancing, you realize?

Elsie: Completely. I like them. Whereas this film closely implies however by no means explicitly reveals who Sophie’s actual father is, there’s a semi official reply in response to screenwriter Katherine Johnson and director Valida Lloyd. Sophie’s actual father is Invoice Anderson. I didn’t catch that. Did you catch that? No. I, like, I’m like, why? As a result of they’ve blonde hair? Like, why else? 

Emma: That was my guess. After which they type of have this factor the place they talked about that his mom or grandmother has left the villa to Donna or helped her purchase it. And she or he would solely give that away in her will to household. However I’m additionally like, how would she know? Like, if he doesn’t know, then he’s clearly by no means taken a paternity check. So how did she know that this was her granddaughter or her, you realize, So, I’m undecided, like, it doesn’t completely add up precisely, however there may be that type of clue the place you’re like, Oh, okay, his mom grandmother left some cash to this household, so she should have thought this was his inheritor or relative or nevertheless you wish to name it.

Elsie: Yeah, I imply, I suppose if, should you made me choose, I don’t know if I might have gotten that proper. In order that’s attention-grabbing.

Emma: Okay. The younger forged did in depth analysis on their legacy counterparts by finding out the primary film and watching numerous interviews and different film footage from their early days. Lily James was a fan of the musical from an early age and acknowledged that she had seen it over 10 instances on stage and already knew each second of the film adaptation by coronary heart earlier than auditioning. That’s cute. That’s very cute. It’d be so enjoyable to love, be in one thing that you simply’re like, I grew up watching this, I’m an enormous fangirl, that will be like, such a dream come true.

Elsie: No, it’s final. And you’ll inform, you possibly can inform that they tried actually exhausting to, like, match the performances. It was nice. Dame Julie Walters was given a break day from Shepperton Studios filming in November of 2017 throughout the taping of the Angel Eyes quantity, so she might attend an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace the place she was made a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire of Queen Elizabeth II. The forged and crew gathered to shock and welcome Walter’s again whereas singing There’s Nothing Like a Dame from the musical South Pacific. That’s very candy. 

Emma: Yeah. I like her. We’re very American, so I’m like, okay, I do know type of what that is. I do know that, you realize, a dame is like being knighted and the queen offers you this, however I don’t actually also have a sense of like how pristine, like what the, you realize what I imply? We don’t have something fairly like this. It sounds 

Elsie: It sounds wonderful. 

Emma: It does sound wonderful. And I perceive it’s an honor, however I actually don’t perceive a lot else about it to be sincere. 

Elsie: I do know that she was. The Weasley mother from Harry Potter, so I knew that she was British from that. I feel that’s the one reality I find out about her.

Emma: The opposite day, Elsie and I had been speaking about this film, and I used to be satisfied that I had simply watched the primary film that this wasn’t Julie Walters, this was Tracy Allman, who is sort of a British American actor, comedy actor. She’s in Curb Your Enthusiasm. She performs Larry David’s girlfriend who he doesn’t actually like, and he’s making an attempt to eliminate within the final season. I assumed for positive it was her, however it’s not. It’s Julie Walters. Dame Julie Walters. 

Elsie: I knew about it as a result of Nova informed me. Nova realized about it on Yoto Dailies. 

Emma: She’s received higher data than me. She learns all her details from that. So yeah, it’s the Weasley mom, which is how I do know her as a result of I’m an enormous Harry Potter fan.

Elsie: Yeah. Don’t begin us on Harry Potter. However yeah, it’s cool. British actors are type of identical to in all the things. The opposite day we had been watching a British present with lots of British actors and Jeremy was like, that individual’s from Sport of Thrones, that individual’s from Sport of Thrones, that individual. And I used to be like, lastly like, Jeremy, hear, like all British actors had been in Sport of Thrones.

Emma: There’s so many characters in Sport of Thrones. They went by everybody. They in all probability made some new actors simply to get sufficient characters. It’s true. 

Elsie: Okay. Cher handpicked Andy Garcia to play the character Fernando out of a bunch of chosen actors. Okay, I like That’s humorous. I like the music Fernando, however my youngsters at all times make me skip it. It’s their one skip. They’re like, no. They don’t get it, however yeah, I like that music. 

Emma: Andy Garcia is a cool actor too. They’re cute. He’s a type of that has fairly the totally different vary. His profession has lots of totally different roles in it. That’s humorous that she, I ponder if she is aware of him, like in the event that they’ve, they’re pals or I don’t know. I don’t know. 

Elsie: No, however I like her. I do know that she’s cool. I do know that she’s good. I, I simply know. It’s like, you realize, the folks that attempt to at all times inform me that Martha Stewart’s not good. I’m like, I do know she is so sorry. Sorry, however I simply, I simply know in my coronary heart that I might love her. I don’t care. 

Emma: I simply don’t actually, I really feel like should you met my grandma on a foul day, I simply assume possibly be a bit of extra beneficiant. You by no means know. Anybody’s grandma on a foul day. She’s having a foul day. I don’t know. It might occur. I might see that, so I’m like, nicely, who is aware of? 

Elsie: Yeah, I don’t know. 

Emma: Okay, nicely, that’s all our trivia, so now it’s time for a joke, or a reality, or a meditation with Nova, or presumably Marigold, as a result of she has her personal section now too.

Elsie: Hey Nova, what do you’ve for us this week? 

Nova: A joke. How do you get an astronaut’s child to cease crying? 

Elsie: How? 

Nova: You rock it. 

Emma: Woo hoo hoo! That’s a superb one. I like it. 

Nova: Bye. 

Elsie: Thanks a lot for listening. When you’ve got a consolation rewatch film you want to for us to speak about, you possibly can submit at podcast@abeautifulmess.com. We’re already taking submissions for our fall and Christmas, as a result of after we get again from Emma’s maternity go away, it’ll be fall. Yeah, it’ll be September already. It’s also possible to name our voicemail anytime at 417 893 0011. We shall be again subsequent week with an episode all about rugs.


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