May 12, 2020
Now almost seven years after our respective spouse's deaths, Paige Wilson and I debate finding meaning and purpose.
We ponder pandemic personal practices: why do some people wear a mask, and some don’t seem to give a sh*t.
Are stay-at-home orders a welcome warning or a lonely look into your future?
And much more.
Please enjoy this meandering late-night jabber, with my widowed guest co-host Paige Wilson.
Thanks for listening.
I hope this episode nudges you to think about meaning and purpose.
Coming up in part 2, Paige and I continue our late-night foray.
We ponder marriage for convenience. When you’re an old fart, and you have no helpful family around, should you marry someone just so you’ll have a nurse? Maybe a paid escort is a better value?
Why getting hit by a big truck is a bad option.
And Paige’s scary basement incident.
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