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Posted on Sep 24, 2013

International Media from The Lady with Purple Hair- Austrian Television Debute

International Media from The Lady with Purple Hair- Austrian Television Debute

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So we met this nice lady with purple hair. We were outside House For Ren. The ‘t’ got cut off when they put a window in for us, and the shack with no electricity or water, a  hole in the plank going straight to the sea, was home. That was our life on Koh Rong Island, Cambodia and we were doing the laundry. Yes, out of a bucket, and yes, all the soap and the rest went back to the ocean. Welcome to life with the locals. When in Rome, and so, trust me, there are no better sane alternatives. So, my point was that we met a woman with purple hair.

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I’ve tried to have purple hair, unsuccessfully. Twice. Here’s a video from Magdelena, Peru that shows a tiny bit of it still left in my hair, and here I look amazing. And then, there’s an entire Facebook album of me looking like Cruella DeVille from 101 Dalmations. I’m stubborn, which you already knew from How To Piss Off Your Friends and Make Your Dreams Come True, and the fact that Kobi tried to dump me like a half dozen times when we first were dating, and I just wouldn’t let him. It’s as if I knew that he was the one I was meant to be with, for almost 20 years now. Wow.

So, where were we? Yes, the lady with the purple hair. So, she had it, I was jealous, and from there the conversation just blossomed. The following is my interviewing her, and she is awesome. (And the interview was tons of fun, taken in a boat with the camera falling off of our make-shift bottle tripod. It’s a fun one! Trust me.)

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And what else came about was a friendship, a common language between the Israeli lady living in a shack off the pier and a Swedish witch-hunter with purple hair, and one amazing interview. I believe that this is the single most comprehensive interview we have to date. Sit back and hear the answers to some tough money questions and life philosophies that fueled this voyage.

The Hagazussa Show on Austrian Television

And, of course, I’d love to hear what you feel. I’m listening to Jason Mraz sitting here in MoalBoal, Philippines and getting the blog all set for the two months when we’ll be in the Himalayan Mountains, hiking the Annapurna. So right now, as you read about us melting to death in the heat on a tropical island,  we’re really in the freezing cold probably wishing the documentary film crew weren’t recording every second of our life.

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So, if you love what we are doing, share, buy an ebook to support us, tell any local newspaper or magazine about us. Speak to us, for it’s all about sharing the love, talking about the things here that I know I couldn’t talk to with anyone around me. Maybe you, too, enjoy that we talk about living life from a different angle.

Funny, I just typed ‘angel’ and not ‘angle’. Hmmm… what does that mean? That maybe I’m an angel for you, shining a light of sanity in a world that sometimes sucks, and maybe you are an angel for me, for you’re reading and by doing that, sharing my energy into your life too. Thank you. “I won’t worry my life away. When I fall in love I take my time. There’s not need to hurry. Yeah, you can turn off the sun, but I’m still going to shine. ” You can watch the Austrian television interview here and listen to the interview of Jason Mraz about the Remedy being a sound about his friend having cancer and getting through it.

 

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