IT’S ABOUT THE BLOOD
In the mail bag this last week several of you have taken the time to comment through personal e-mail. One person made a comment at the bottom of the Blog in the comment section.
Some of you are not a fan of the Podcast format and took issue with not having control. The written word allows the reader to be able to read fast or slow, or skip large parts of the Blog, but a Podcast is another whole animal. “With a Podcast the reader has no control over the speed of the content in a Podcast.” So, in the spirit of trying to be helpful, I give a small directory below as to what the subject matter is in the weeks Podcast. Others of you seem to enjoy listening to George and are enthusiastically asking for more. I have received mail from all over the country this past week. Washington State, Missouri, Indiana, California and Michigan.
PODCAST #5 BELOW
Well, here is this weeks Podcast. I asked Dad Monday morning if he was ready for his weekly Podcast and he didn’t seem to have any interest in talking. So, I let it slide. But, on Tuesday morning he wheeled into the office/studio and looked at me. I asked him if he needed help with anything. He said, “I’m ready for my close up Mr. DeMill!”, or words to that effect.
In this weeks 18 minute conversation look for small talk from me about trying to get a doctor’s appointment at the VA hospital here in Southwest Florida. I need my hearing aids tweaked. The snowbirds are coming back to Southwest Florida and the VA is apparently hammered. It is estimated that the Southwest Florida area increases its population by about 20% during the season.
LUNCH WITH SUE MILLISOR AT EVERYBODY’S BRUNCH PLACE
Last week I had a conversation with Dad about what he would like wear when he is laid to rest. At the 2:15 minute mark in the Podcast I bring up the subject again. His answer may surprise you. George then goes into detail about heaven’s gate and will he be recognized and allowed to enter.
The questions of the trumpet sounding before entering heaven is addressed at the 5:45 minute mark.
Dad is now 96 years old and the question I asked is, “Will you make it to age 100?” (6:15)
At the 9:30 minute mark there is talk about his knee operation and who he faults for not being able to walk. I found this part of his Podcast most interesting. Where does he get these ideas?
“Dad, what do you do with your day?” (11:40)
I want coffee! (13:10)
THE TABLE LOOKS OVER THE 6TH TEE OF THE MAGNOLIA LANDING GOLF COURSE
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