Our Eyes Are Fixed On: Glynn Wilcox

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His scrapbooking skills are beyond. Think we’re kidding? He just won a blue ribbon for a scrapbook he entered at the State Fair of Texas.

Glynn Wilcox was born on the Texas Gulf Coast. After living outside Texas for too long, he moved to Dallas ten years ago. The father of two incredible boys, he devotes as much time as possible to his family.

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Our Eyes Are Fixed On: Linda Thomas

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She usually introduces herself as a 6-foot-tall Wonder Woman, and she recently wrote a reference book on color, motivated by the fact that she is colorblind. Next month, Linda Thomas makes her Oral Fixation debut in “Train Wreck.”

Linda Thomas lives in Lake Dallas, a little time warp just off I-35. She and her husband have a unique house that used to be a restaurant on a street that used to be a 15-cabin fishing resort, with their rescue dog, Victor, and cat, Coco Chanel.

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“Go With the Flow,” Featuring Cheryl Norris

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Storyteller: Cheryl Norris

Cheryl Norris wants to hide from the world after her divorce but finds herself in front of a live studio audience on Wheel of Fortune instead.

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Our Eyes Are Fixed On: Bri Crum

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She has a beagle named Nelly, after the rapper; played soccer from age 4 until college; and could live off coffee, Red Bull, and Skittles. And next month Bri Crum makes her Oral Fixation debut in the second show of Season 4, “Train Wreck.”

Bri Crum is a free spirit from California with a passion for family, friendship, romance, and wine. She lives for her 7-year-old daughter and is proud to be her soccer coach. Bri has fulfilled her entrepreneurial dream by founding lifestyle PR firm, Plan B PR, and creating/hosting TV show Inside Entertainment.

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Our Eyes Are Fixed On: Paul Scott

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Recently identified as a “serious person of interest” by airport authorities in Romania, Paul Scott is not only a frequent traveler, he’s a regular on the Oral Fixation stage. Next month, he’ll recall a vacation nightmare that left us a little queasy.

Addicted to life, love, laughter, and yoga, Paul Scott is a Southern California transplant who is raising two Texans with his high-school sweetheart. Equally addicted to crossing the equator and the Greenwich Time Meridian, he recently got his passport stamped in country number 52.

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Our Eyes Are Fixed On: Nan Kirkpatrick

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She is obsessed with Golden Girls and knows more about Scientology than probably anyone you know who is not a member of the church (she even once went as L. Ron Hubbard for Halloween). For the second show of Oral Fixation Season 4, Nan Kirkpatrick shares how she first began to realize that she is an alcoholic.

Nan Kirkpatrick is in two Dallas bands (Frauen and Little Beards), on a podcast called Secretly Timid, and the executive director of the Texas Equal Access Fund. When she isn’t working or jamming, she’s worrying about sinkholes.

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“Go With the Flow” featuring Emily Trube

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Storyteller: Emily Trube

Being forced to slow things down, Emily Trube learns to heal more than her broken leg.

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“Go With the Flow” featuring Kendra Greene

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Storyteller: Kendra Greene

Looking for a change of pace, Kendra Greene lands herself in unexpected waters.

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“Outside the Box”

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outside the box

What does it mean?

– different, unconventional, or from a new perspective (source: Wikipedia)

– to approach a situation or problem in a new way (source: English Daily)

– free; not bound by old, nonfunctional, or limiting structures, rules, or practices (source: The Free Dictionary)

- typically used with “think” or “thinking”; based on the idea that limiting your thoughts is like thinking inside a box, which can contain only a certain number of ideas (source: The Free Dictionary)

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