While Summer remains most assuredly NOT A DOCTOR, and in NO WAY GIVING MEDICAL ADVICE, she does share her experience having COVID-19 and why it has made her even more against mask mandates than she was before (imagine!). Keep in mind, being against a mask mandate is not the same thing as being against someone wearing a mask. This should go without saying, but alas, it probably doesn’t! 

Then the ladies share some thoughts on sanctification, and some good things for women to grow out of (namely, conceit). Pull up a seat (or a sink?) and chat!




  1. Celia Mederos

    Hello Sheologians, buenos dias, buenas tardes, donde quiera que se encuentren 🙂 I am your listener from Mexico I just wanted to give thanks for the podcast today it was really convicting! I would never cancel you two! Also thanks for the laughs, much needed during this panicmec. I mean pandemic 😉

    I already bought 2 shirts waiting for them to be shipped to my husbands apt. in the U.S. 🙂

  2. Angela Gray

    I am one of those people who don’t like fans. After 29 years of marriage to a fan of fans, I have made peace with them, but I still don’t like fans blowing on my face. It gives me a headache and dries out my eyes. I must note that I also objected to air conditioners for many years—too cold, and same headache issue. I’m ok with air now, but ai still prefer to have the window open in the car, and airplanes are suffocating with their canned air.

  3. Pigeon Person

    i demand justice for the pigeon people. WE WILL NOT BE SILENCED! *raises first*

  4. Aly

    LOL! Until I heard your show today I didn’t realize that there were others like me. I definitely do not like fans blowing on me! I am that psychopath. And I live in FL. Of course my son has a fan obsession. Breezes are different for me. 🙂

  5. Alicia

    Hi all,
    I’m in California. I do not like fans pointing right at me. It’s the constant blowing on my face I can’t stand. I feel my eyes and my skin drying out. I don’t mind a breeze, because it’s a once and a while type thing. A blustery day though is a no go.


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