Everyone is working from home now, but it's not going so well for everyone. Heather shares a sternly-worded letter that has been placed in a certain cat's permanent record. It needed to happen.
Then the girls bring in Producer Jon, or PJ as he may become to be known, to share his tips for a successful and fun family zoom. Check out some of these links to ideas to upgrade your virtual friend and family gatherings during quarantine.https://www.twoscotsabroad.com/zoom-video-conference-ca
Heather and her little one have been bonding on the couch lately, watching their newest obsession, the binge-worthy international sensation, obstacle course reality show, Ultimate Beastmaster: https://www.netflix.com/title/80095299 . It will inspire you to get super fit and spend hours on your couch at the same time.
She also recommends that Chryssy indulge herself in 100 Humans, a show that explores human behavior. Chryssy is skeptical, a response which Heather may or may not turn into a future podcast episode. Check it out: https://www.netflix.com/title/80215997
And that brings us to the grab bag topic of this show: human behavior (of course, what else does Heather ever talk about?) and superstitions. We explore the top 13 (duh) superstitions, including the ones we believe in and think are hooey. Would YOU return a car with 666 on the license plate?