Some people pursue hobbies we’ve never even imagined. In this episode, we talk with author and businesswoman Mitzi Perdue (widow of late chicken magnate Frank Perdue) about how she discovered an unusual talent while recovering from an accident, whether humor is genetic or can be learned, her work to support anti-trafficking organizations, and much more.
In this episode of Punch Out with Katie and Kerry we learned:
- How Mitzi got started creating ostrich egg handbags that have been displayed all over the world, including in the White House
- Why Mitzi is taking humor lessons (and whether they’re working)
- Her support for organizations working to end human trafficking
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