The other day, I was on the bus. Someone beside me asked me a question. The usual question about the dog. Then she asked if the dog got bored. I said that I did not think so. She said, “I suppose you don’t go to very many places.” I laughed.
Let’s take yesterday as an example.
Yesterday morning, I got up, ate, got ready, then I tweeted about our radio show, facebooked, and met my co-host Shelley and off we went to bus to the university to do our radio show.
At the university, we chatted with our show guest and others.
Then we did the show.
This involves doing every aspect of it.
Controlling microphones, sound levels, selecting and bringing in and playing the music. I had to audio edit a segment for yesterday. We have to prepare for interviews and then conduct them.
If we have phone guests, we call them while a song is playing.
It is busy.
After the show, I came home and worked on my presentation for last night and other paperwork. I’m also creating autobiographical stories for an upcoming show.
Then, last night I was the guest speaker at an event for parents of pre-schoolers who are blind or have low vision.
That was a great night with lots of great questions and answers and lots of interaction with parents.
That was just one day in my very full life.
Does my dog get bored?
I don’t think so.
Now, she is snoring contentedly at my feet, lying in the sun.