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Traci Edwards Elopement Photographer Adventure and Vow Photography

Traci Edwards Elopement Photographer Adventure and Vow Photography

June 14, 2020

Today on the show I am chatting with Adventure and Vow’s Traci Edwards, she’s an elopement photographer based in Arizona who travels to the Pacific Northwest, Southern California, Southern Utah and Iceland for elopements.

Traci and I chat about her roots in North Carolina, her road path to Arizona, living in a van with a cat and what she’s learned along the way.  For any of you out there looking for more out of life, then Traci’s story is especially for you.  We also delve into the emotional freedom that an elopement adventure wedding can have.  Who doesn't love less stress and more love?!

There you have it friends. What an inspiring conversation I had with Traci! The biggest thing I have learned from Traci is that life is all about what you make it and what you put into it.  Dreams don’t have to be scary and that there is never a better time than right now to follow your passions to a happier future.

I so appreciate Traci taking the timeout to chat with me this today.   If you want to connect with Traci you can find her on social media, especially Instagram at www.instagram.com/adventureandvow and on her website www.adventureandvow.com.

You can find me on Instagram at www.instagram.com/asoutherngirlsview as well

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Until next time, have a fantastic rest of the day.

Andy Biggs African Wildlife Photographer Guide, Safaris and Custom Trips

Andy Biggs African Wildlife Photographer Guide, Safaris and Custom Trips

May 11, 2020

Today on the show I am chatting with Houston-based Wildlife Photographer & Safari & Custom Trip Guide, Mr. Andy Biggs. 

Andy is an avid adventurer, conservationist, teacher and outdoor photographer whose images celebrate the African landscape and its rich wildlife, people and culture.

Andy and I talk about his path from Silicon Valley to the awe-inspiring and magical Serengeti, the lure of the African landscape, the importance of storytelling and how black and white photography pushed him ahead of the pack.  So Stay tuned.

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For those wishing to connect with Andy, see his incredible images of Africa or find out more about his Safaris and Custom Trips you can get all that and more on his website andybiggs.com

If you want to connect with him on Instagram you can find him at andy_biggs_safaris

Friends, Thank you so much for sharing this past hour (more or less) with Andy and I.

If you really enjoyed this episode please consider leaving us a 5 star review over on iTunes.  Simply search for the show, then ratings and reviews then select leave a review.  It’s really that simple.

I most appreciate you listening in today and hopefully, learning something new as well.   

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Murilo Queiroz A Family’s Path to Immigration Brazil to America

Murilo Queiroz A Family’s Path to Immigration Brazil to America

May 9, 2020

Today on the show, I am chatting with Mr. Murilo Queiroz.  Murilo is a native of Brazil, but he now calls Houston home.

Murilo and I talk about growing up in Brazil and his later years in Angola, the lure of America, his family tradition in oil and gas, and his very interesting and unique path to immigration.

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Donnie Young Musician Bar Owner Puerto Aventuras

Donnie Young Musician Bar Owner Puerto Aventuras

April 29, 2020

Today on the show, I am chatting with yet another old college buddy of mine, Mr. Donnie Young.  Donnie is a musician and a business owner based in the Yucatan Peninsula’s Puerto Aventuras.

Donnie and I talk about his early days in Memphis, how Christmas caroling propelled him into the music industry, his days trimming trees, his IT job in Denver and how even a simple trip to burning man  has set him up for success.

Well it is that time again and another episode is ending. 

For those wishing to connect with Donnie and learn more about his music and or his bar.   You can find him

Website https://www.donnieyoungmusic.com

His bar is Nauti Burro https://www.facebook.com/nautiburroPA

You can purchase his latest album “Don’t follow me I’m Lost” on his website and you can also find all the  links to his music social media accounts as well.

I will be sure to put all these links in my show notes.  And for those wishing to connect with me, you can find me on Instagram & Facebook @asoutherngirlsview

Be sure to subscribe to this show wherever you listen to podcasts

The video version of this podcast is on my youtube channel at sandyadamscompany

Friends, Thank you so much for sharing this past hour (more or less) with Donnie and I.   We most appreciate you listening in and hopefully, learning something new as well.   If you are feeling extra warm and fuzzy today please share this podcast with your family, friends and anyone else that might enjoy our conversations.  And please don’t forget to leave us a review on iTunes.

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Until next time, have a fantastic rest of the day!

A Conversation with My Cousin Sam

A Conversation with My Cousin Sam

March 22, 2020

Today, I sat down with California girl, and my cousin, Sam.  We talk pandemic, southern traditions, biscuits, a little baseball, and so, so much more.

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Author Kathleen Maca | A Southern Girl’s View with Sandy Adams

Author Kathleen Maca | A Southern Girl’s View with Sandy Adams

February 15, 2019

In this episode, Sandy chats with Galveston's own, Kathleen Maca, about everything from haunted hotels to haunted cemeteries and future books.   Plus a surprise subject that Sandy was not expecting but very relevant to so many women.  To find out more about Kathleen please visit her website at www.kathleenmaca.com or you can find her on social media on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

To purchase her books go > HERE 

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