This week on The Rooted in Love Show #themrobinsonboys talk about having to take up for each other in school to make sure no one got bullied. We talk about growing up learning to love each other and never be jealous of the next brother. We have been this way so long, it’s like a second nature to look out for each other. Join us this week for another exciting episode with the Robinson brothers.
This week on The Rooted in Love Show #themrobinsonboys tell their coming of age stories. They remember when the older siblings started leaving for college and what the environment at home felt like. Ok, Ok, …they say they finally got to get two pieces of chicken! They share a few college experiences as well. It is always a good time chatting with the brothers. Like, Comment and Share! Support the show
This week on The Rooted in Love Show we talk we eachother about how it was growing up a Robinson. We wanted to do a few episodes discussing how our upbringing contributed to us really adopting the Rooted in Love Phrase. Spend some time with us and learn a little bit more about #themrobinsonboys
This week on The Rooted in Love Show we have our final session with our Uncle Philip Dewayne Robinson. We talk about some key moments in his adult life which include a marraige that lasted for less than one year and also a night where he was jumped in Decatur, GA and had to get himself to the hospital and was ultimately rushed to a specialty facility for emergency surgery. We admire his will to live and ability to survive against all odds.
This week on The Rooted in Love Show we continue with our Uncle, Philip Dewayne Robinson who describes his transition into adulthood. We talk about his time spent in the Job Corps after highschool graduation. He shares a funny moment of not being able to keep up with the speed it took to keep fried chicken coming at Churches Chicken! He says “that job didn’t work out. I couldnt keep up!”. We had fun speaking with Uncle Phil on this episode.
This week on The Rooted in Love Show we continue with our Uncle, Philip Dewayne Robinson who speaks of growing up learning to follow rules to avoid trouble, dealing with peer pressure and overcoming obstacles. We have a good laugh over how traditional parents got very upset if you didnt change into play clothes after school and what happened if you got caught.
This week on The Rooted in Love Show we stray from the previous series to introduce our Uncle, Philip Dewayne Robinson who tells about being born early at only about 2lbs , getting his arm caught in a washer machine and getting hit by a car but never giving up no matter how hard it got. We have so much respect for him and learned from him how to keep going no matter who talks about you or what they say. He embodies the Robinson mentality and strong will!
On this week’s Rooted in Love show we continue talks with Army Veteran and co-founder of 360Vets, Natanisha Hershberger who talks how she tried college for a while, lost her apartment and ultimately got into the U.S. Army. We talk about how grew up in the struggle together and made it out ok. Her’s is a story of true will power, refusing to accept defeat at every turn.
On this week’s Rooted in Love show we continue talks with Army Veteran and co-founder of 360Vets, Natanisha Hershberger who talks about her unconventional upbringing. She shares how she ended up turning herself in to the polive, survived and ended up in college while most of her friends were still