The Inspiration For The Story Of “Still Bill” – OHS069

Inspiration comes from many sources, in many ways, and at any time. This past Sunday morning I was driving around running a few errands and listening to the radio when inspiration struck. I was just wondering what story I wanted to share on my podcast this week as I was pulling into a local supermarket. I was listening to the radio DJ talking about the artist he was about to play for his next selection. He mentioned how this person had not produced an album or a song in a very long time. For whatever reason this caught my attention long enough to stop thinking about how I would decide on what story I would offer as a podcast. It was at that moment inspiration sprung into action. The DJ introduced the song writer as Bill and after all these years he was “Still Bill.” Right there and then I was inspired for my next podcast.

This podcast is a story about a homeless man I talked with often when I was in college at the University of Washington in Seattle. He was known as “Still Bill.”

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Show Notes:

  • Inspiration can strike at any time, anywhere, and in any way. We just need to be listening.
  • A short story about a homeless I talked with often when I was in college at the University of Washington in Seattle.


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