Goober Says Hey March 8, 2019 http://media.blubrry.com/markandlyndapodcast/media.blubrry.com/daddyvsdaughters/content.blubrry.com/daddyvsdaughters/markandlynda-20190308.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (91.9MB) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Android | Stitcher | Blubrry | Email | TuneIn | RSS
Thank you so much for doing the tribute to Luke. It was perfect and he would’ve been happy to have heard it. You did good Mark. It was hard to keep my eyes dry. Thanks again.
Kathy Beck says
I was just listening to this episode and heard about your charley horse ordeal. Whenever you get a muscle cramp, you need to get out of bed immediately, stand on the affected leg and put your weight on it. It will stop the cramping and then you can walk around. I get muscle cramps after running sometimes and that helps ease the pain. I am sorry you suffered in bed. I hope Red’s condition will pass soon. Great tribute by Mark to Luke. Take care, Kathy
Nick Ferrari says
I cannot believe what a pile of crap that JT montage was.
Danielle Grossi says
It took me a while to be able to listen to this episode. Because of Mark, I felt like I lost a friend too last week when Luke passed. You both were the first two people I thought of. Thank you for paying tribute to Luke. I know it must have been a tough show. I’m sending you healing light and also prayers for Red. I hope he is getting better quickly! Love you guys- from Portland, OR- Danielle
Really liked the show nice tribute RG I liked the end with Andy singing the gospel hope red is doing better , poor boy is getting old just like me, my legs are worse then his, it is always hard , love you guys
Your comments after Luke had his stroke were deep and from your soul. Your tribute and just true damn feelings you shared with us on his passing are inspirational. You have earned the nick name radio god Mark but your forever title will be “ A Damn Good Man!!”
Proud to be a listener! Thank you for sharing.
Rogue River Oregon
What a loving tribute to Luke Perry. The Colin Hanks story was just too good. I also found it amusing that Colin doesn’t fly first class. Didn’t know dogs could get vertigo. Hope Red is continuing to get better.
Mark and Lynda, I feel your pain. I’m crying with you Mark. Goober says hey. Sorry to hear about Red, poor guy. I hope he gets through it. I have to listen to the show on Saturday or Sunday, I drive a truck, so I’m in and out, I dont want to miss anything. The little church inthe vaile, that’s one of my favorite episodes. R.I.P Luke❤ you are missed, Goober says hey. I dont have a junior either, my son has my middle and last name. I know what I went through with my name, Martin fartin, or Marty farty is just a couple, thats ok, I lived up to it, I’m a fartin mother fucker lol. Aleni, you and Matt have a great time at JT, and give Mark & Lynda a grand child damn it. It’s time. Love yall❤❤
I have a friend who passed away several months ago. I still text him regularly, and send him pictures. It brings me great comfort and I know he sees it all.
Gina Smith says
Hello Mark and Lynda
My 14 year old Black Lab, Lola had the same type of issue as Red. The vertigo was so scary and made me so sad to see her like that. Our Vet said it could be just temporary or could be a brain tumor. I did a lot of research and found this is a symptom in older dogs caused by a bladder infection. We discussed this with our Vet and he ran some test and found that she did in fact have a bladder infection. We went thru 1 course of antibiotics and she still wasn’t acting right we asked the Vet for another prescription. After that she was good. She tilted her her a bit to the right but 1 year later she is still going strong. Just wanted to share with you my experience. Bladder infections do some crazy stuff to older dogs and people for that matter. Wishing the best with your boy, Red.
Nice emotional tribute Mark. 🙏
Sally J. says
I knew today’s podcast would be special. Thank you for sharing those treasured memories. The tribute to Luke was incredibly touching. I was crying right along with you. Thank you.