The Last KNX Broadcast 745.1

by Michael Josephson on October 14, 2011

in Commentaries, Parenting, Family, The Good Life

Every weekday for 745 weeks I’ve had the pleasure and privilege of sharing my thoughts from this great radio platform at KNX-1070.

During that time, my life changed dramatically. I started as an energetic middle-aged dad with three young daughters under five who filled my evenings with diapers, bottles and bedtime stories. Today, I’m a less energetic father of four teenaged daughters who fill my life with a tossed salad of joy, pride, angst, and drama.

Though I normally write and record my musings at my home office between midnight and 4:00 a.m., I feel a real and intimate bond with those of you who allow me to be your  companion.

I know that my parables, poems and personal opinions irritate and infuriate some and inspire and enlighten others. I’ve been called naïve, self-righteous, too liberal, too conservative, a religious zealot, and an atheist. Fortunately, I get nice letters  too and they always lift my spirits and encourage me to continue.

But all good things come to an end.

As I say good-bye to my Southern California listeners I’m mindful of the advice of Dr. Seuss: “Don’t cry because it’s over; smile because it happened.”

I am sincerely grateful to KNX for providing me with the opportunity to be a part of your life for so many years and I thank you for giving my life greater depth and meaning.

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This is Michael Josephson reminding you for the last time that character counts.

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