Dear Diary: A Few Hours Later

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6 Responses

  1. jenny_o says:

    Thank you SO MUCH for continuing this tale … highly entertaining! I’m glad I’m not the only one whose mind jumps around like a rabbit trying to cross the road.

    • jenny_o says:

      … aaaaand that didn’t come out quite the way I intended – I meant I identify with the stream of consciousness.

      But it’s the way you record it that makes it such a good read!

  2. Friko says:

    Blast! Why do you have 2 comment boxes? I went for the wrong one and lost a very long and appreciate comment in the up above box. Will do better next time.

    (PS: Once upon a time Garrison Keillor was required reading over her for those who wanted to learn, in an amusing way, the nature of small-town America.

    Right, last sentence only:

    What I’m saying, I suppose is that I’d read a telephone directory if it had you as an editor.

  3. Green Girl in Wisconsin says:

    I like PHC, it always gives me a chuckle.
    Don’t you think it’s interesting how your life now is SO MUCH MORE exciting than when you kept a diary at age 12? Or maybe your writing style has made it more exciting and interesting.
    Either way, I still think you’re neat-o even if we do part ways on this serious issue of radio programming….
    p.s. I also hate Boston and loathe Steve Miller Band.

  4. actonbell says:

    I’m with Jenny, great tale.

    Catsup does have natural mellowing agents, as you well know, and I couldn’t help but think of that when you related the feisty urgency with which you two were trying to change that channel…

  5. kmkat says:

    I was waiting for you to wonder whether you should have put on some kind of a top with those striped capri pajama pants.

    One of my kids’ favorite memories is Saturday evening at the cabin eating pizza from Stop-a-Sec and listening to PHC. Diffren’ strokes.

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