Seeing travel offered as a prize in an auction made Bill think organizers were being really optimistic ... and about his own very-not-optimistic nature.
It’s a nice question to ponder ... what’s the first thing you’d buy if you won the lottery?
Bill’s seeking the right word to describe the things you do when you get older, and he thinks he has it.
Dreams can be weird, and maybe even a bit scary, but reality isn’t the greatest these days, either.
Be prepared to groan (and maybe laugh a little) over these bad jokes, silly puns and wordplay that’s a little too clever.
There were lots of people outside, but that wouldn’t do the businesses we saw on a recent walk much good if none of them stopped.
It’s way too early to start thinking about Christmas planning ... except for the part where I do.
A grocery store oddity and a birthday parade for a 5-year-old are stories from a ... you know ... world.
Bill has not always been into the theater, so what got him interested?
Bill talks about walking first thing in the morning, and other things he likes doing early in the day.
Bill remembers the first trophy he ever won, and wonders if their condition today is a metaphor for something else.
Whether it’s a sporting event, a concert, a show or anything else, when we aren’t able to attend something, we miss more than just the experience.
Sometimes, you remember odd things when you go places.
Work is ... work, but the friends you make and the stories you can tell, that’s the fun part.
Something bad ... oh yes, very bad ... nearly happened the other night. (And there’s a serious point in there, too ... honest.)
Bill talks about how he met his wife Suzi.
Although we weren’t the types to engage in all sorts of pre-wedding debauchery, we still almost found trouble the night before.
Maybe you think of Florida today as the place where all the bizarre stories happen, but the roots for my love of travel were planted there.
Coronavirus has people thinking about the lives they want to lead now, and what they want to do when the pandemic is over ... whenever that may be.
Going to a youth baseball game ... grabbing a couple slices of pizza ... going to a fireworks display ... there are lots of things we used to be able …
From nearly putting his father into a window at a very slow speed, through taking more than a year to learn the basics to parallel parking for an audience, Bill’s journey to getting his driver’s license had a few …
What happens when you realize you need a haircut ... right before everything shuts down for almost three months?
Bill introduces his podcast (which he really doesn’t want to call a podcast), and wonders what that horrible buzzing noise is.
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