dimland radio 4-3-21 show notes

Tales From The Janitor’s Closet I have worked for the same janitorial company for more than 30 years and for the last 13 years or so I have been their office manager. On the rare occasion when we get a new customer, my boss likes to have me go to the building with him toContinue reading “dimland radio 4-3-21 show notes”

dimland radio 3-27-21 show notes

Two More On last week’s show, I mentioned personally knowing five people who have tested positive for the Covid. I don’t know anyone who has died due to the pandemic, for which I am glad. Well, I can add two more people to the list. My wife’s brother and his wife both have the dreadedContinue reading “dimland radio 3-27-21 show notes”

dimland radio 9-19-20 show notes

Ruth Bader Ginsburg And Republican Hypocrisy Shortly before I started recording the show, my wife gave me the news that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died. Almost immediately after the world learned of her death, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced that the Republicans were ready to rubber stamp any nominee Pres. TrumpContinue reading “dimland radio 9-19-20 show notes”

dimland radio 9-5-20 show notes

Can’t Pretend That Growing Older Never Hurts Part Four Mom is fine. More or less. I mean, she is 83 years old. How good can she be? Tales From The Janitor’s Closet Now, I realize that most people think of janitorial work as interesting and rewarding work that is all sweetness, light, and smells ofContinue reading “dimland radio 9-5-20 show notes”

dimland radio 8-22-20 show notes

Can’t Pretend That Growing Older Never Hurts Part Two I gave an update to my mom’s medical challenges. The doctors determined she needed a pacemaker and they installed it last Wednesday. She got home Friday. I wish I could say that she was well on the road to being herself again. This morning I gotContinue reading “dimland radio 8-22-20 show notes”