Typically, I'm the one asking the questions though I have been on both sides of the mic in the past. Having said this, I really do prefer asking the questions. I want to say thanks to Doug Jardine for agreeing to interview me for my podcast. Whenever we get together, many laughs are shared, and it was no different during this exercise.
To the best of my knowledge, when it comes to how one chooses to put together a podcast, you can pretty much do whatever the hell you want. This has pretty much always been my approach so; it works well for me.
Before anyone asks, yes, I know I somewhat stayed on the periphery of the subject of Hawai'i. There's a reason. It's because I am planning on doing a Hawai'i in My Life podcast down the road. I did however strategically insert a couple of my favorite Hawai'ian songs in the podcast. In particular, I included my good friend Braddah Ernest Puaa singing a version of White Sandy Beach. This is the song my daughter Tatum asked Ernest to sing as I walked her down the aisle on her wedding day back in 2017.
Finally, I just want to thank each of you who listens to what I have to say and invite you to reach out to me if you ever want to talk story.