I have some short stories to share with you. Experiences I had during the week. Some stories are funny, some are sad and some are just part of living your daily life. Here we go! It was Severe Weather Awareness Week. A week of making the public aware of what to do in case severe weather strikes in your area. At the radio station I … Continue reading PAULS SHORT STORIES
I made two trips to the Cities last week. Both times to broadcast state girls basketball from Target Center in downtown Minneapolis. Two trips I will always remember for two reasons. The Minneota Vikings for winning the state championship and for all the covid restrictions that I had to follow, just to broadcast the games from Target Center I left Madison Tuesday morning around 7:30 … Continue reading Target Center and Covid
One of the best days of my life happened 10 years ago today. I was in Augusta Georgia for the Masters golf tournament with my son Josh. I enjoy playing golf and enjoy watching golf on television. Actually walking around the most famous golf course in the world and standing next to the best golfers in the world was a thrill of a lifetime for … Continue reading A DAY TO REMEMBER
March is my favorite time for high school sports. You have section tournaments for both boys and girls basketball and wrestling. I love the section basketball tournament no matter who is playing. I covered both Section 3A Basketball Championship games this week. Of course this year was different because of the pandemic. I really missed being in Montevideo for the Super Saturdays and at the … Continue reading MARCH IS FOR BASKETBALL
Tears welled up in my eyes sitting in my recliner Friday afternoon watching the LQPV-D-B Shadows win the State Dance Jazz Championship. It was an emotional afternoon for me. So proud of the Shadows, but sad that I couldn’t be there covering them on the radio. Covid had caused that to happen, but Friday was also my last day of quarantine from contracting the virus. … Continue reading SHADOWS CHAMPS! QUARANTINE OVER!
Well it happened, I tested positive for COVID last Monday. I’ll be honest, because of my age, weight, and heart condition I was a bit scared when I was told. I thought it was maybe only a matter of days before I would be on a ventilator. A year ago we began to shut things down as this pandemic swept across the country. Now with … Continue reading IT HAPPENED