Last fall, my friend Margi McKay interviewed me as part of a Kingston Public Library project to have people select an old photo from their past and talk about it. You might enjoy listening to the 22 minute interview. I am happy to have it preserved. Some day my grandchildren or great grandchildren will be able to hear me talk about my childhood.
And how things have changed in my lifetime. I feel like a bit of a pioneer. The TV set in the photo was the latest technology. Now everyone has this in their pocket.
There is a link below to an edited version of the interview but if you have the 20 minutes, the longer interview is better as it is more thoughtful and complete. You can access it by clicking on the photo below or here.
For the shorter edited version you can click here. It is a bit more rushed and the editing sounds like I have had about 4 cups of coffee prior to the interview. But in these days of shorter attention span, this works well. Click here for the abbreviated version.
I talk about 448 Mornington Ave, London in the interview. It is where the party took place. Here is my brother Bob and I on the front porch of that house about the same time.