If you've gotten this far and are thinking, "DK, kind of a bummer this edition", you should know that it was not just Remembrance Day that got me thinking about all this.......
As a radio programmer, I go through periods of confidence and insecurity. This week, I had lots of the former and a bit of the latter.
The realization and change for me began in the mid 2000's when I discovered quite by accident that my blood pressure was dangerously high. Like 220/120 high.
We basically woke up early everyday, had coffee on the dock, ate breakfast, walked in Delta, or went into Westport, back to the dock for a fruity rum punch @noon, kayaked, jumped into the lake, listened to playlists on Spotify, had lunch, napped, played cards, had dinner and went to sleep.
Good day from Delta Ontario. We are starting our 7 day stay at a lovely cottage on Lower Beverly Lake. We've already seen turtles and Blue Herons and Blue Jays and hummingbirds. I think it's going to be a nice week. It's hard to think about summer being more than half over already. For some … Continue reading There ain’t no cure for the summertime blues?
Dawn was at this one party with some friends and I thought she was very pretty.......I mean very pretty!!! (permed hair, 80's designer jeans and all) so, Mr. confidence goes over to chat her up. She tells the story that I walked up and said, 'Hi I'm Danny Kaye from 630 CHED".......said she " I never heard of you or the station". I knew I liked her right off the bat
He was polite and not shy, but did not really expand on any answers to questions I was asking him. "Firstly, I should ask you, do you mind me asking you some questions"? He said "absolutely not, ask away."
Canada made a mistake. Not our first, not our last. The only thing worse than making a mistake though is not to correct it.
There's a song by The Five Man Electrical Band entitled, "I'm a stranger here'. One of the lyrics reads, "oh you crazy fools, don't you know you had it made? You were living in paradise". I know......right?
The things you see and learn looking out a window.