Episode 264: Kimberly Williams-Paisley + HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
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Happy Thanksgiving, friends! No one better to chat with today than Kimberly Williams-Paisley! Not only do we talk long about Father of The Bride, we also discuss her TWO Christmas movies (they are SO GOOD!), life in Nashville with kids and husband Brad Paisley- their story of meeting is INCREDIBLE, and most importantly, food insecurity across our nation. On a day about feasting, let's remember those who are struggling in 2020. 

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