dimland radio 7-9-22 show notes

Mom Ended Her Journey She was 85 years old. She was the oldest of twelve children. She was married to the same man for 65 years. She had four children, three grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. She liked to crochet, color in coloring books, watch movies, visit the casino, go to plays, and get together withContinue reading “dimland radio 7-9-22 show notes”

dimland radio 3-19-22 show notes

A New/Old Job I started with telling a what I tried to keep brief story of part of my employment history. It was my way of leading up to telling my listener that I will be leaving the full time portion of my job for the janitorial service I have worked the better part ofContinue reading “dimland radio 3-19-22 show notes”

dimland radio 2-19-22 show notes

A Big Mess. Again About 15 or so years ago, a water main burst in the basement of my place of employment. The pipe had rusted through and the water pressure became too much and the water came flooding out. The fire department was called and then they called the city to turn off theContinue reading “dimland radio 2-19-22 show notes”

dimland radio 12-18-21 show notes

Wrong, But… Last week I mentioned The Byrds didn’t play their own instruments on their first album, Mr. Tambourine Man. Apparently, they did. However, with the exception of Roger McGuinn, who went by Jim McGuinn at the time, the session musicians group The Wrecking Crew laid down the instrument tracks on the single… Mr. TambourineContinue reading “dimland radio 12-18-21 show notes”

dimland radio 12-11-21 shot notes

“How’s That Working For You?” Take the word from someone who suffers from the occasional bouts of difficult to control anxiety. Intellectually, I know it’s better to just try to not focus on my worries to the point of anxiousness, but it isn’t that easy. A friend tried to snap me out of it byContinue reading “dimland radio 12-11-21 shot notes”