001: My First Podcast: Who am I? Who are You?

Leslie at MDA Dance Marathon, 1979

MDA Dance Marathon, 1979

Here it is! My very first podcast! I want to lay the ground work, a foundation, that provides an understanding of where I’ve been and what I’m most interested in doing. This episode is just me; future episodes will include conversations with others — people dealing with a chronic health condition, caregivers, as well as health practitioners of modalities some of us have found helpful. But basically — it’s all about maintaining a perspective of the Glass Half Full!

13 thoughts on “001: My First Podcast: Who am I? Who are You?



  1. I love listening to your voice. Thanks for telling your story. You’ve done great things for others over the course of your career. Inspirational. I appreciate who you are and what you do!



  2. I am so glad that you have taken the next step in your evolutionary journey,with courage and focused vision. When you speak out about your life, you speak out for many of us. You are a gifted speaker and you have the ability to hold the attention of the audience with your gift of story telling. I look forward to continue our friendship to a deeper level during your podcastings.
    Peace Be With You,
    Loraine


  3. I am thrilled that I found your podcast, Leslie. It sounds as if you and I are traveling a similar path in dealing with DM1. Thank you so much for sharing.


  4. Congratulations Melissa Marshal for your contribution to the fund-raising campaign for cancer. I so admire your willingness to bring on board music and wellness. Keep up the good works. I’ve been a fan of yours for many years.


  5. Congratulations, Leslie on a great podcast. While I knew bits and pieces of your life story, hearing you tell it here in the long version is so inspiring and touching. You are a great storyteller, and I look forward to hearing more as I listen to your other podcasts. Good for you for venturing out! I trust it is a great adventure for you—you are so courageous. Thank you for sharing your story so many can hear it.


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