There's a wicked wind off Lake Michigan, the first real blow of the season. It's dropping Lake effect snow on the eastern part of the Region. It's just the beginning. We'll be fighting the same wind months from now. You could have moved to Phoenix, but you didn't. That was your choice.
I don’t suppose that the three or four of you want to hear from me after all these months. I left you when you may have needed it most. I’m still on the air every day holding hands, sorting through the confusion and hate. But I haven’t been here on this blog with the three or four of you. I hope you'll understand.
Wednesday. I did five hours of radio/TV this morning and then came home, tried to exercise, got dizzy, and instead ate a harrying amount of food. Dessert was mint chocolate chip ice cream and a three-hour nap.
6:15-7:15am - Dave Kusiak came in. He took over the show, talking to callers and interjecting a ton of opinion. Verlie Suggs and Dave Kusiak are professional broadcasters. They make it easy to do a morning show.
It's Sunday afternoon. Alexis and I are sitting in the backyard listening to Wampum Radio and eating popcorn.
"Smells like a movie," I say. "I miss movies. It's all dark and the movie just takes you in."
"Yes. It's not the same watching from bed. You fall asleep halfway through."
I run radio stations and a streaming video network in Hammond, Ind., and write this blog.