Kathy Shubin - AMP #31

Wimbledon semi-finalist, world traveler, my mother, Kathy Shubin (born Kathy Harter) sits down for a chat with me about the lessons from a life well lived, and her recent trip down to the Spiritquest Sanctuary to experience the sacraments of Ayahuasca, Huachuma, and Vilka.

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  • All the 1960’s references to Kathy Harter was always cute.

    Here’s one NYT that I was able to copy, amazing how sexist those days were while I admit she’s striking:

    GORDON S. WHITE and Jr.; Special to The New York TimesJULY 29, 1964
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    SOUTH ORANGE, N. J., July 28 — Kathy Harter, a cute 17‐year‐old blond, turned in the first big upset of the Eastern grass court championships to­day when she put out Justina Bricka, winner of the Pennsyl­vania grass court title Sunday.

    Nutt Eugene
  • Kathy was raised by a lovely benevolent family, parents, siblings in Long Beach.

    Her brother, Craig Harter had the hardest serve in tennis. Another sister was an instructor at Rice Institute an all scholarship school at the time.

    Harters were all overachievers, gracious.

    Kathy was just one inch short of Evonne Gulagong, very graceful and smooth. Pretty good for anyone.

    Nutt Eugene
  • Kathy was raised by a lovely benevolent family, parents, siblings in Long Beach.

    Her brother, Craig Harter had the hardest serve in tennis. Another sister was an instructor at Rice Institute an all scholarship school at the time.

    Harters were all overachievers, gracious.

    Kathy was just one inch short of Evonne Gulagong, very graceful and smooth. Pretty good for anyone.

    Nutt Eugene
  • Thanks again Aubrey, I always learn so much from your podcasts!

    Greg Ingersoll
  • Your mom seems like a really sweet lady, I felt a sense of “being at the parents and having a nice chat with mom in the kitchen” from listening to you two.

    Cody Chatfield

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