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Christmas, Facebook, and Lit: AT&T m.facebook.com Kyle Clark 34 mins There's a man named Paul who leaves me a daily voice mail about conservative politics. He's usually polite. He's called for years. But I've been worrying about him lately. When I say Paul calls every day. I mean every day. He called on Thanksgiving. He wished me a Happy Thanksgiving. Then talked about immigration. I was kind of bummed because l was working Thanksgiving and just missed his call while I was on the air. Paul never leaves his number or his full name. I think he calls overnight or sometimes when he knows I'm on the air because l've never been at my desk for one of his calls. Maybe he doesn't want to talk to me, just my voice mail Paul occasionally mentions his failing health. Not in a complaining way. Very matter of fact. But his voice has changed lately. I know he was in the hospital a few months ago because he didn't call for a week. He told me about it when he got home. I got back from a vacation at Christmas time and didn't have a single voice mail from Paul. I started to get worried. I wondered What his Christmas Was liKe. I know he has a daughter. He talks about her sometimes. It sounds like they get along well t'd been almost two weeks since l heard from Paul. Each day, I come into work and look for the red message waiting light on my desk phone. It's usually lit, but the messages weren't Paul. I sometimes delete a message partway through just to see if the next one is him Long way of getting to say this, but I came off the set from the news tonight and the red light was on. It was Paul. He sounded OK. Not great. But OK. He talked about his daughter. And the border wall. It made my day. I hope he calls tomorrow. 0p 50 Back Forward Home Bookmarks Tabs
Christmas, Facebook, and Lit: AT&T
 m.facebook.com
 Kyle Clark
 34 mins
 There's a man named Paul who leaves me a daily voice mail
 about conservative politics. He's usually polite. He's called for
 years. But I've been worrying about him lately.
 When I say Paul calls every day. I mean every day. He called on
 Thanksgiving. He wished me a Happy Thanksgiving. Then
 talked about immigration. I was kind of bummed because l
 was working Thanksgiving and just missed his call while I was
 on the air.
 Paul never leaves his number or his full name. I think he calls
 overnight or sometimes when he knows I'm on the air because
 l've never been at my desk for one of his calls. Maybe he
 doesn't want to talk to me, just my voice mail
 Paul occasionally mentions his failing health. Not in a
 complaining way. Very matter of fact. But his voice has
 changed lately. I know he was in the hospital a few months ago
 because he didn't call for a week. He told me about it when he
 got home.
 I got back from a vacation at Christmas time and didn't have a
 single voice mail from Paul. I started to get worried. I wondered
 What his Christmas Was liKe. I know he has a daughter. He
 talks about her sometimes. It sounds like they get along well
 t'd been almost two weeks since l heard from Paul. Each day, I
 come into work and look for the red message waiting light on
 my desk phone. It's usually lit, but the messages weren't Paul. I
 sometimes delete a message partway through just to see if the
 next one is him
 Long way of getting to say this, but I came off the set from the
 news tonight and the red light was on. It was Paul. He sounded
 OK. Not great. But OK. He talked about his daughter. And the
 border wall. It made my day. I hope he calls tomorrow.
 0p
 50
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Bugs Bunny, Club, and Community: d I were sitting on the porch the other da My buddy Larry and I were sittin ahat we are doing for Thanksgiving this year. Larry is time at the Community Thanksgiving Dinner at the Veterans Club so he can see a few people whi mom's house so s I am going to m he can force feed me green casserole applesauce after I ate my weight in turkey and gidead snacker crackers and cheese curds. I like thi time of year chat because people can sit around the table and like "do you think they eat turkey in the country Turkey?" and share what they are thankful for. Each year I have a different list of what I'm thankful for, and this is my list as of now.... Glow-in-the-dark stuff, 3M tape and the way it smells, marshmallows, tomato soup, Bugs Bunny when he's pantless AND when he's wearing a dress, sporks, press and seal saran wrap (And why does the word saran wrap look weird when I type it?) Tuesdays, pictures of Great White Sharks wearing top hats If my cat, Paw McCartney, were to make a list of what he is thankful for, I bet it would be: can openers, paper balls, clumpable kitty litter, sunny window sills and hopefully me Being thankful for stuff is good, but it's important to be thankful for people, too. I'm also very thankful for my family, my buddy Larry, my cat Paw and all of my followers and supporters of my silly polls on a pole and posts on a post. I wo uld like to know what you are thankful for this year. I'll supply a #2 pencil so you can fill in your own items or people that you are thankful for this year. Please write them below or share the comments on my Steve of Loveland Facebook page. 2. hng Wenscecles 9. С 10 Fan Colorado 13.HRTS Thank you and Happy Thanksgiving, Love Steve
Bugs Bunny, Club, and Community: d I were sitting on the porch the other da
 My buddy Larry and I were sittin
 ahat we are doing for Thanksgiving this year. Larry is
 time at the Community Thanksgiving Dinner at
 the
 Veterans Club so he can see a few people whi
 mom's house so s
 I am going to m
 he can force feed me green casserole
 applesauce after I ate my weight in turkey and gidead
 snacker crackers and cheese curds. I like thi
 time of year
 chat
 because people can sit around the table and
 like "do you think they eat turkey in the country Turkey?" and
 share what they are thankful for. Each year I have a different list
 of what I'm thankful for, and this is my list as of now....
 Glow-in-the-dark stuff, 3M tape and the way it smells,
 marshmallows, tomato soup, Bugs Bunny when he's pantless
 AND when he's wearing a dress, sporks, press and seal saran
 wrap (And why does the word saran wrap look weird when I type
 it?) Tuesdays, pictures of Great White Sharks wearing top hats
 If my cat, Paw McCartney, were to make a list of what he is
 thankful for, I bet it would be: can openers, paper balls,
 clumpable kitty litter, sunny window sills and hopefully me
 Being thankful for stuff is good, but it's important to be thankful
 for people, too. I'm also very thankful for my family, my buddy
 Larry, my cat Paw and all of my followers and supporters of my
 silly polls on a pole and posts on a post.
 I wo
 uld like to know what you are thankful for this year. I'll supply
 a #2 pencil so you can fill in your own items or people that you
 are thankful for this year. Please write them below or share
 the comments on
 my Steve of Loveland Facebook page.
 2.
 hng Wenscecles
 9. С
 10 Fan
 Colorado
 13.HRTS
 Thank you and Happy Thanksgiving, Love
 Steve