Welcome to this week's episode of "My Jewish Parents." In this episode, we discuss a personal and difficult experience that our family recently went through. It all started when my dad was walking towards IHOP and suddenly fell down.
We hope that this story has touched your heart and provided you with some valuable insights and inspiration. Join us next week for another exciting episode.
We talk about Stranger Things and how to handle the squeegee workers in Baltimore!
On this weeks episode we talk about me getting my booster. Also my parents talk about their Halloween costumes And why did my parents never take me to any fun amusement parks when I was younger.
My dad is very unhappy living in a independent living facility. He’s even talking about possibly moving out. One of the major reasons why he’s upset living there is the food is so bad. My mom also gives advice on how to get along with your significant others during the pandemic.
My parents embarrassed me at brunch this past weekend. I also told my dad about a new job he could during his retirement. Living on Mars. At the end of the podcast they started arguing about how to help the environment.
We went on a road trip to Long Island. I did all the driving. Find out what my parents think of me as a driver. I also learned a lot about how to sit Shiva after Jewish a person passes away.
We talked about The free Britney rally in DC! I don’t think my parents were into that! They were more concerned about freeing us from Covid.
We talked about my mom and my dad fighting over dessert on Father’s Day and how overdramatic I was helping them move on Saturday.
We get a little political and talk about the gun violence in America. They talk about how much they love the Maryland lottery idea for people to get Vax! And find out what chores my parents gave when I was a kid.