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Tue, December 13, 2011

Well that was fun

Just a quick note to everyone who stopped by to visit WHBY on Monday for our Christmas show. It went by way too fast for me. You can hear the madness via the podcast version of the show if you missed it.

As is always the case, I'm swamped with trying to run a live radio show with microphones in two different places, two producers, Santa, an elf, a chorale group, food, drink, photographs....you get the idea. It gets a little busy and I never seem to have enough time to spend with the listeners who drop by.

The little girl who took over my elf machine was just too cute all afternoon.
It sure was a treat to hear the White Heron Chorale group singing at the event. I hope many of you support them by getting to their concert at Lawrence this weekend.

And how about Mike Woods from the Post-Cresent with some solid Yak of the Pack on Pack Yak with Rich Ratay and me. Nice job. I hope to have Mike back on before the season ends.

SuperFan Judy sure rocked that elf costume as well. Ya gotta like the fact that she made that outfit all by herself.

Those of you who purchase PhilCast gear know her work is quality. She also makes all that gear in her sewing center.

As you browse through the pictures we have posted at our web site the one guy you will NOT see is of course the guy who took all the nice pictures. That would be "Handy Andy" who did such a great job of capturing the event on camera. He also provided the tasty hot cider folks were enjoying.

It was cozy.
It was fun.
It was the kind of thing that makes radio so magic to me...we got to spend a little special time together at a special time of year.

Thanks to everyone at WHBY Radio who helped make this happen. You know who you are, and the PhilCast Family appreciates it very much.
Later.

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