What the Kids Were Podcasting: A Season 2 Recap

I’m not going to lie: I’m pretty embarrassed that It’s been almost a year since my last blog post. Granted, a lot has happened in the past year. There’s the pandemic, for one. And I’m still processing my mom’s death last September. I also started a new full-time job in May (which I love). So things are busy, but mostly in a good way. Mostly.

I plan to write more in this space. In the meantime, I hope you enjoyed — or will soon enjoy — Season 2 of the podcast. This was a pretty epic endeavor for Raf and me. We had guest stars, we dug deep through YouTube for obscure 80s cartoons, we had a two-part series on the greatest Christmas movie ever, and we did it all while weathering more stress and technical difficulties than I ever thought possible.

Below is a quick rundown of the episodes. If you haven’t listened to them yet, I hope you will. If you thought they were fun, tell a friend about them. And follow me on my public Instagram account and check out Raf’s Vimeo portfolio. We tremendously appreciate every follow and each podcast download.

So, yeah, that was Season 2. As I said earlier, this season took a lot more effort than we let on — so much so that I’m not sure when or if Season 3 is coming. But in the meantime, I’m just delighted that Raf and I took an idea I had in the shower (“I want to start a films-of-my-youth podcast because people need to know what I think about ‘The Golden Child!’”) and completed not one, but two seasons.

Thanks again to everyone who’s listened and sent us words of support. We’re honored that so many of you have made time for our podcast. And make sure to watch this space for future blog posts.

Ever forward!

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