Wine is your friend. Choosing a wine is not going to be a mystery after this episode. Have I failed you yet? Do not answer that.
In this episode, we will finally do the show I have wanted to do for a LONG, LONG time.
Many years ago, my friend Zach recommended that my wife Ann and I sit down to work on our weekly budgets to have a bottle of wine.
Live in the home office; I sit down with a friend of the family, Bruce Gammill, who is the closes person to be a wine sommelier that I know. Bruce has worked in wine country at Beaulieu Vineyard. Whenever Bruce has suggested a wine (I am a red guy), he has never disappointed.
We talk about wine suggestions on first dates or cooking for someone new.
One of Bruce’s favorite wineries, and you really will not go wrong with it, is Cline. At the liquor store where Bruce spends most of his time, they recently did their weekly wine tasting of several different wines from Cline.
This episode was not just about wine but removing labels to describe kids. Bruce has been married and divorced two times. He talks about life lessons on raising kids in a blended family.
QUESTION!!! What wine do you buy for others??
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Tommy has spoken at TEDx, Ignite Fort Collins, and Keynote Speaker at Everything Dad Convention. He even has won speaking awards through Toastmasters International.
The author of the book "25 Tips For Divorced Dads." "Why not you, Why Not Me" and His new book, "My Dad's Advice At 5:04 AM," are coming out in 2021. He has written for magazines: The Good Men Project, Modern Gladiator, and Nurture Magazine. Plus, he has been a guest writer.
Tommy enjoys a good red blend while writing or hiding from the family. A dad to Betsy, Becca, Connor, and Duke (RIP), Otis. A husband to Ann.
TEDx Talk: https://youtu.be/azG2K47iz4Q
Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tommy-maloney/id958223196?mt=2
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The Good Men Project: https://goodmenproject.com/author/tommy-maloney/
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