This week on The Rooted in Love Show we talk with Joe Robinson Jr about dropping out of college and transitioning into adulthood. We discuss the difficulties we both faced when we attending Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA. We recall his experience being a father for the 1st time. While this is the last episode of this series, we will definitely do a follow up to talk life after divorce.
This week on The Rooted in Love Show we continue our talk with our cousin Joe Robinson Jr., who describes his highschool years. We remember the grueling workouts his dad used to have us do but have no idea how much his own kids had to do (lol!). Joe was an awesome wrestler all through high school some of the things he went through on the wrestling team.
This week on The Rooted in Love Show meet our cousin Joe Robinson Jr., who takes some time to talk about growing up as a Robinson male and transitioning from one phase of life to the next. Joe comes from a military family and was born on the West coast settling for the majority of his early years in Decatur, GA. Spend a few weeks with us listening to his story.
This week we start a newis the final part of our series with All American College Basketball Star Jerry Jones. We talk about transitioning from being wrongfully convicted to reclaiming his life. Jerry has such a dynamic personality and truly never let life hold him down for too long. He overcomes obstacles with a smile and we can all learn something from him. Don’t miss this final episode with Coach Jerry Jones!
This week we start a new 4 part series with All American College Basketball Star Jerry Jones. We talk about transitioning from highschool into college. Like many of us whose parents say “you have to work or go to college”, he knew college would be his choice. He talks about wanting to prove that not all people where he is from sold drugs for a living. Then while at Gordon State College he won a state championship before transferring to Gordon. Don’t miss this episode as it leads into our final talk with Coach Jerry Jones!
This week we continue our talk with All American College Basketball Star Jerry Jones. We discuss Jones’ high school development focusing on his time spent at Marietta Highschool outside of Atlanta, GA. He speaks of playing for the love of the game and never focusing on the rewards or accolades. We talk about NBA star Darrin Hancock (Griffin High School) who Jerry describes as one of his toughest competitors during that time.
This week we start a new 4 part series with All American College Basketball Star Jerry Jones. Jones was on the path to basketball superstardom when one wrong decision changed the course of his basketball career. He remains to be one of the most positive and caring men that I have ever met! He always has a smile and never seems to let a situation keep him down for too long. His story is one of continuous uphill struggle to become a man of great character.
This week we wrap up our talk with Trang Nguyen Robinson, a Vietnamese Immigrant and U.S. Navy Veteran who discusses becoming a mom by default and having her 1st son as a mom that commutes from East to West Coast monthly. She also shares what advice she would give to women going through similar life paths.
This week we continue our talk with Trang Nguyen Robinson, a Vietnamese Immigrant and U.S. Navy Veteran who discusses how her relationship with our brother and co-host unfolded. Its so fun watching these two interact. You dont want to miss this couple discuss whether or not they connected on FaceBook.
This week Trang Robinson discusses how difficult it was acquiring her U.S. citizenship even after becoming a U.S. Navy Veteran and living in the country since toddler age. It’s amazing how she remains poised even during these trials to forge a career and legacy for herself and her family.