The newest radio interview about my DeForest Kelley saga (and books) will air on STARR TALK WITH SONNY STARR on May 31st at 9 p.m Pacific Time. You will also be able to find it on the web at that time (and ever after) by following this link:
Thank you, Steve Jensen, for hooking me up with Sonny Starr, and thank you, Mr. Starr, for spotlighting me for one of your ten minute segments on the 31st.
Sis Jackie is in Seaside this weekend fro Altruse International. My older sister Laurel (an attorney) dropped by for a hug and a howdy this evening on her way home from a conference in Seattle. We had dinner at TGI Friday's on South Hill in Puyallup. Fabulous meal.
Then Laurel showed me how to play a new board game that she got Jackie and me for Christmas (but delivered to us just a few weeks ago) so I can help explain it to others the next time we open the box (probably next winter). By then I will probably have forgotten everything she told me, but hey, at least the game won't look like a total mystery to me when I open it again. It's a European game about building settlements and roads in the wilderness. I think it's called Catan. It's much more involved than most games I've played. Quite compelling.
I've been fighting a cold for a couple days now, and need to attend the Writer's Edge class at church tomorrow to critique essays, so I'm going to hit the hay now and see if I can get some serious shut-eye before then. I'm dragging right now, with this cold...