I love stories. I love writing them. I love telling them. And I love hearing them. In previous podcasts, I’ve told mostly my own stories, and there are plenty more where those come from for later.
With this episode of Hoytus Interruptus, I introduce you to my friend Jim. I’m posting his story on December 7th, a date that continues to “live in infamy” through its association with the beginning of a very, very long journey.
Jim’s story is connected, but tells of a different journey altogether.
Vashon Island, WA
Mary and John Wilson
on their wedding day
Here’s the music you’ll hear in this podcast, some of which can be found in the iTunes Music Store:
“In the Beginning,” by Emerson, Lake and Palmer
“Ke’ala’s Mele” by Ledward Ka’apana
“Battle Intro” by Hans Zimmer
“Mapuana” by Henry Allen
“Waimea Lullaby” by Ledward Ka’apana
“The Closing of the Year” by Tori Amos and the cast of “Toys”
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