I call it “it” because I don’t want to tell you now what it exactly is

I never like to tell what I’m going to do on a show before I do it.

I think it started because I so frequently have no idea what I’m going to do.  But even in this day of the RadiObituaries being pretty well planned in advance, I still don’t like to tip my hand as to who is on the list.

Maybe I just don’t want to lose the only chance I get each week to surprise you.  That first moment of sensation where you draw in a little extra breath of anticipation and then let out that little gasp when I finally get started.

I may not always have as much contact with you as I’d like, but I sure do love your response every time we’re together.

Each and every week at Bubbles in the Think Tank.


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3 thoughts on “I call it “it” because I don’t want to tell you now what it exactly is

  1. avatar
    Freddy on

    aw shucks :)
    Well now I have to keep talkin, they just said my comment was too short…hey, it’s cold in here.

  2. avatar

    I can’t wait to hear what I did that you liked so much!
    It almost makes me look forward to my my commute in the morning when I’ll get to listen.
    Thanks for being my muse!

  3. avatar
    Freddy on

    Man, what a great show !
    Who knew what a girl in a hotel room many miles away with a bottle of beer would come up with for her weekly radio silly lovefest ? I didn’t. But I was glad to be part of it (note to self : mucho Freddy mentions!)…..
    Teacher’s Pet ? Teacher’s Pet Monkey ? sign me up.
    Pour beer on each other ? Pour beer IN each other ? If I had to I’d wait in line.
    Imagine the video for that song….Paul, get the webcam.
    Gosh Golly Gee Whiz what a fun time. How do you do it ? Don’t tell me…The fun is in not knowing.
    I don’t what the hell that blue thing is but I like it and I want it !

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