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 4-23-22 show notes

So, How Was That First Week On Your Own? Oh, boy, such a week! After a mere week f a crash course to get me up to speed, – HA! – I was left to get on on my own. Those first three days were just a bit on the overwhelming side. (Just A LOTContinue reading “dimland radio 4-23-22 show notes”

dimland radio 12-4-21 show notes

My Only Regret Actually, I have several, but for the first story of this week’s show let’s just agree I have only one regret. It was the early 1970s when our parents pawned off all us kids on friends or family, so they could go gallivanting off to California. My younger brother Steve and IContinue reading “dimland radio 12-4-21 show notes”

dimland radio 10-2-21 show notes

Correction Number 1 Once again recording from my room upstairs, I once (actually twice) again made an error. During last week’s show, when commenting on the classiness of certain non-fans of the current American President and Vice-President, I mispronounced the VP’s name a couple times. I twice said Ka-MA-la. Jeepers! Everyone knows it’s KA-mala. Doy!Continue reading “dimland radio 10-2-21 show notes”

dimland radio 4-24-21 show notes

Adding To The Grey Hair I have often said that I would prefer a job in which I just had to concentrate on my tasks and not worry about other people’s work. I would prefer not to be a manager. So what do I do for my main job? I’m a manager. Sigh. It hadContinue reading “dimland radio 4-24-21 show notes”