Episode 2 with Miss Indiana Lydia Tremaine: Finding Your Voice Through Unapologetic Authenticity

If you loved our first United Cast of Kindness episode with Stacy Johnson, you're also going to love our second episode with Miss Indiana Lydia Tremaine!

Lydia is a small-town girl from Indiana who once swore she would never compete in a pageant. Not only did she grow up and earn the title of Miss Indiana, but she also landed in the Top 15 at the Miss America competition and won a coveted Preliminary Talent Award for her performance of "That's Life" by Frank Sinatra! 

The lyrics go as follows: 
I've been a puppet, a pirate, a pauper, a poet,
A pawn and a queen.
I've been up and down and over and out,
But I know one thing...
Each time I find myself flat on my face,

I pick myself up and get back in the race. 

The song is emblematic of Lydia's experiences both in and out of pageantry (that you'll hear all about in the episode!) as she describes in-depth both the successes and failures experiences she encountered along the road to success. As profound as the conversation is, don't worry...you'll also find yourself laughing along with the conversation! 

Miss Indiana Lydia Tremaine and host Caroline McKinney

Have a listen at this link and let us know what you think of the episode! 



Lydia's Instagram: @missamericain 
Lydia's Blog: https://lydiatremaine.wordpress.com/

United Acts of Kindness Instagram: @unitedactsofkindness

Caroline's Instagram: @caroline_andthecity