Deep Brain Radio, December 11, 2015

Deep Brain Radio with Bill Schmalfeldt
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I Would Like to Introduce My Late Wife
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December 11, 2015

As Friday is my first show on BBS, I want to take the opportunity to introduce myself to you and tell you about my late wife, Gail. Although she is my inspiration for doing this show, I don't intend for this series to focus on my loss. What Gail would want me to do is give you a brief introduction, tell you a little bit about ourselves, and tell you what happened on the day she passed away. And that's as moribund as this show will ever be. As Gail was a joyous spirit and I am nothing if not a puckish wag (which is a step up from waggish puck), this series will be dedicated to celebrating life. On Friday's show, I'll share some of the things I've learned in these first six months of living alone. For instance, did you know laundry does not do itself? I have an experiment underway that will improve the life of single manhood everywhere if it is successful.  I hope you will join me on Talk 1, Friday at 3pm PT, 6 pm ET right here at

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Deep Brain Radio with Bill Schmalfeldt, we will focus on the actual reality of life after death, so to speak. Gail, my wife of more than 25 years, died June 17, 2015. I, on the other hand, did not. Therefore, like the song goes, “Life Goes On, Long After the Thrill of Living is Gone.”

I’ll talk to experts in the fields of neurology, alternative medicine, psychology, experts on grieving, and I’ll talk about the things I’ve learned about living alone. For instance, how a recent trip to a store made me realize all the stuff I need that I used to just assume were in the house because Gail bought them every payday and I didn’t have to worry about them. And we’ll have fun too as we discuss life and getting older from a humorous point of view.