Older voices aren’t always heard on the radio. A friend, Kevin, once shocked me. After I said I heard something on the Diane Rehm Show (now only available via podcast), he said, “I can’t listen to her. She sounds like some old lady.” First, she has a neurological throat disorder (spasmodic dysphonia). Second, I briefly … Read moreCommunity Radio – My Experience as a Mature Adult. MICRO POST
I suspect I wasn’t alone during August as I grew weary of hearing about the “Great American Solar Eclipse.” You couldn’t escape it. Ten months before it was barely a blip on my solar radar, until my brother-in-law explained the historic significance of the unusual occurrence. Being alerted early, I actually found lodging not too … Read morePutting More FIRST(s) in Life. Boondoggle or Benefit?
I will never be a ‘birder.’ It takes far too much discipline and determination. Not to mention the almost vow-like commitment to long trips attempting to view the winged creatures, and early morning rising. [Are they really just morning people to begin with?] I am not even including the birders who devote entire vacation allotments … Read moreBucket List Addition: Backyard Birding Literacy