Tissues on the nightstand
by a bottle of Advil and
some Alka Seltzer Plus.
I am resigned to the fact
that a November cold will come.
It’s 3;55am on a rainy Thursday morning. And due to the demands of the job, it is only in the early morning that I can find the time to tell you about My Radio Life.
Yesterday, I opened the radio show, as always, by roaming the sidewalk of Indianapolis Boulevard. The camera looks outside at me through a window that often fogs up. I look like a ghost to Facebook Live and Twitter video. Sometimes I feel like one.
It’s 4:30am on the day after Halloween, so I have about 25 minutes to pump out a thousand words. That’s 50 words a minute. Let’s see if it happens.
Radio passes at the speed of electromagnetic radiation. Yesterday, Verlie and I did the show. We took some calls, disagreed on some stuff, and then she left and I went and worked out. Electromagnetic radiation holds us all together.
Alexis and I went to Indy yesterday. She picked me up from WJOB after an unremarkable two and a half hours of radio and we headed for the Borman.