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My sister and I recall hiding in the back of the family car.
I share a few messages from listeners. Plus, an invitation to produce a QuOTeD episode. Also, the vacation report. The Badlands get high marks. Wow! Beautiful! Go!
A continuation of episode #NaPodPoMo-25 where we listen to more phone messages. While my friend Dan makes arrangements to dramatically downsize, George W. Bush is elected president.
A Greyhound bus crashes into a semi truck just outside of Macon, Georgia. This is my mom’s story, which she retells when her grandson asks her about the shoe.
We gathered at the Canyon Lake Reunion Lodge in Rapid City, South Dakota for my dad’s 80th birthday.
Listening to these old voice messages brought me back to an old fourplex in Minneapolis. Good times. Good times.
Brian and I continue a conversation about podcasting. I mention one of many aha moments where I realize that podcasting feels like the right track.
Even though it was a buyer’s market, it took us forever to find our house.