Totally Laime, Totally Married and Totally Mommy are the podcast brainchildren of comedy person Elizabeth Laime. Totally Laime is about asking the most important people in comedy the least important questions, Totally Married chronicles Elizabeth and her husband Andy's adventures in marriage (plus unqualified advice to listener questions!) and Totally Mommy is an honest discussion about Motherhood between newly-mommied Elizabeth and her talented parent friends. Enjoy!
Elizabeth and Andy celebrate this 150th episode of Totally Married (!) with a tale of their old friend, house ghost Madge, as well as some thoughts on Elizabeth’s recent accessories choices and the lovely but weird texts she’s been sending Andy. Then, they dive into listener questions about highschool relationship dramas, how to re-connect with a sister who has hurt you, and how to get your spouse to talk about his pain over the father that left him and the ongoing damage that has been left in the wake. Thank you to all the Laimeweds who have stuck with us through 150 episodes! Enjoy!
She’s baaack! A fan favorite and one of Elizabeth’s best friends is back and is bringing the funny – Who Charted’s KULAP VILAYSACK stopped by and discussed being put to work as a nine year old, death by volcano, why her husband’s feelings about Curly Sue are quite upsetting, and why she might be the only person on planet earth who has ever enjoyed Elizabeth’s cooking. Enjoy!
Elizabeth and Andy discuss their Good/Bad/Funnies (Finding a bottle that works! Painful toots! Mother’s Day Giggles!) before diving into listener questions about dealing with dueling in-laws regarding baby, how to let an estranged mother know that she’s going to be a grandmother, how to break the news that a sixth baby is on the way to the other five kids, how Elizabeth feels about the “it’s so hard” and “sleep now” advice now that she’s actually in it, whether or not certain nicknames are appropriate for a baby girl, and how to handle the disappointment of infertility month after month. Enjoy!
Guys, this is Ulysses~ A sweet 7 year old Jindo mix who was pulled from a high kill shelter within hours of being killed. He’s a virgo sun, cancer rising; he loves a good pinot and a night of jazz. (music, not so much on the dancing..) No but really. This guy is awesome. He was a volunteer fave at the shelter which is saying a lot – they see a lot of dogs!
Look at that smile – he’s outta there! Now it’s time to find him an awesome crash pad until we find his forever home! Could that be with you?
The truth is that Ulysses is a sweetheart who has had a hard life. A rescue is working to network him for adoption but in the meantime my heart is breaking at the thought of him going into boarding after having been in the scary over-crowded shelter. He needs to get some meat on his bones and he deserves a home with love and comfort.
He’s quiet and sweet and will stay in his crate with nary a peep. He loves other dogs from what we’ve seen and loves rolling in the grass! He needs someone to help him learn how to walk on a leash properly (he’s getting better every day! He’s clearly never been taken on a walk in all of his 7 years…). He also just needs someone to give him a chance, this guy hasn’t had much of that before.
Even with the hardships it’s amazing how spirited he is – he’s full of tail wags and loves treats – when his playful bouncy side comes out it is incredible! Are you the angel who has space in your home/heart to help Ulysses get on his feet (paws) in the meantime?
If you are, please contact Elizabeth at TotallyLaime (at) gmail (dot) com. If you are unable to foster, please share this post or the facebook/instagram/twitter posts far and wide until we get this guy under a roof in a loving home! I thank you all from the bottom of my heart and the bottom of Ruby’s butt – where her tail is. Cuz she’s definitely wagging for her new friend
Happy Mother’s Day Laimewads! Elizabeth and Andy discuss her first special day and how the gift giving went down (not without crying from laughing, or was it just crying?) Plus answers to listener questions and comments about crushes on co-workers, losing one’s virginity in their twenties, whether or not to move to a new city for your spouse and his mental health, how to cope with a best friend’s nightmare of a girlfriend, whether or not to intervene on a sibling who is making poor decisions for his future child, and how to break up with your hairstylist but keep the friendship going strong. Enjoy!