Episode 137 – Good Things Come to Those Who Wait

Aug 9, 2022 | Tuesday People

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Mitch Albom

Lisa Goich

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About This Episode

In celebration of the 25th anniversary of “Tuesdays with Morrie,” host Mitch Albom discusses the early days of the book’s life, and how a story that started with a slow simmer, turned out to be one of the bestselling memoirs of all time. Mitch also gives an update on baby Nadide, and how her presence is also a lesson in letting things find their way to us in our lives. All proof that it’s never too late for miracles.

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  1. Theresa Ramus

    Patience is very important too . Something that many do not have today. A nice podcast and Naddie (sp)? sounds so cute and amazing. She will feel so close to you because of the care you guys are giving her and feel the most grateful as she gets older. I bet she is adorable.

  2. Allen and Krista Kelsey

    I just finished your book The next person you meet in Heaven. I have loved all your books. You are an amazing author and I believe even a better person. I want you to know you are my favorite author. Thank you for the difference you have made it my life. I am 71 years old and live in Idaho. I grew up in Jackson Michigan. I am a retired teacher and high school basketball coach. I still love Michigan and root for all the teams. I hope you get this. I just want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for all the good I know you do. You have blessed so many lives and I hope you know how much you are appreciated and loved. I have read book you have written and always can’t wait until the next one.
    God Bless you!
    Allen Kelsey


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