Superheroes on a bridge entice me to leave the house.
I wanted a better “how we met story” to tell the neighbors.
I get an idea for a podcast episode for National Podcast Post Month (30 episodes in 30 days). When I try to get Brian to say something that he has said a zillion times before, it doesn’t go as planned. But we have a good laugh and that’s better than planned.
Old cassette tapes prove that a story I’ve told multiple times is wrong.
My dad and I take Kathleen back to Idaho via Butte, MT.
I still have dreams about driving that car.
South Dakota might as well have been the moon.
Thinking I recorded over an interview with my dad, I hoped to find him on the other side of the tape.
By a certain age, we ought to know that it is useless to try to impress someone. Or at least we should know not to do it at the expense of who we are.
This episode is part of a series I’m doing for National Podcast Post Month. Podcasters were challenged to post 30 episodes in 30 days. I’ll post super short episodes where I share clips from some old cassette tapes.
Even though I don’t have the old cassette tapes I recorded with my dad when I was a child, I do have some tapes that capture him just fine.