Weekly Schedule Monday, June 26Elder Law IssuesHost: Lynne Ford The senior years of life come with their own set of questions about estate planning, health care decisions, senior living and more. An elder law attorney is just what you need – and get! -- on today's Mid-Morning. Charles Backs answers your questions the entire hour via phone, text, email and Facebook.Tuesday, June 27 Drama Free Host: Lynne Ford The drama that life brings is inevitable. Yet how we respond to it determines whether or not it will be fruitful in our lives, conforming us to the image of Christ. With help from God's Word, plus some practical guidance, Cindy McMenamin, author of Drama Free, teaches how to respond rightly (hint: it involves pausing) when drama makes an appearance on the stage of your life. Wednesday, June 28 WEdnesday Hosts: Lynne Ford and Ron Schneemann You + Us = WEdnesday! There's the usual chat about pins, WE photos (FB yours to win a Sevenly shirt) and Fiction Fix, PLUS the opportunity for two listeners to pool their brain power and win DQ gift cards. We share results from a milk poll (7% of American adults believe that chocolate milk comes from brown cows!), the Number 1 thing Americans want to do on vacation, and what food to eat for first date success. And we've got a question for you about summer's favorite sweet treat: ice cream. Thursday, June 29 Spots and Spotlights Host: Lynne Ford Hoosier Angie Wendricks' 728-square-foot home got its own spread in Country Living magazine. The Pendleton resident explains why she and her husband opted for a tiny home and shares their pared-down approach to decorating. Erin Borges tells her necessity-is-the-mother-of-invention story that resulted in the GoGo Gift Bag. Lindsay Jurist-Rosner recounts her caregiving experience that could help millions. And Aimee Cecil promises to summon your inner Picasso with Easy 123 Art. Friday, June 30 Dr. Mitch Kruse Host: Lynne Ford Our friend Mitch Kruse has written a new book – Street Smarts from Proverbs – and he delves into the highlights on today's Mid-Morning. What Mitch learned the hard way, he shares with us: humbling yourself before God unlocks a treasure trove of wisdom … your best tool for navigating any conflict you face.