Welcome to Bridging the Gap Between Generations who Assume Things About Each Other, the podcast where your hosts Stephanie Wolfe and Karen Johnson-Diamond speak to people of different generations and breakdown assumptions. (We, as women in our 50s do not actually sit in bed all day knitting, and not all 13 year-olds play video games)
This week, Stephanie and Karen chat with 7 year old CC and 5 year old Shep.
Nicknames are a part of every generation. Karen used to be called Shnigglefritz as a kid and Stephanie was nicknamed Shnork , but both of them think they are Batman (they aren't).
There are lots of impressions/impersonations in this episode. And Karen was reminded that words like" impressions" and "impersonations" might need to be defined to young folk.
genius headphone/toque combos!
Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each Other is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, Locally grown, community supported
This episode is sponsored by EPSB and BGC-Bigs
Check out another member of the Alberta Podcast Network E.P.I.C. Podcast (Emergency Preparedness in Canada)
Podcast Art: Morgan Ermter
Theme song: S. Blatt and S. Wolfe
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