LIVING AND THRIVING WITH RUSTIE
As you will see if you view this interview, I am seated in a classroom, wearing my ESSENTIAL SERVICES tee-shirt. Rustie MacDonald and I engage in a free-flowing conversation. She hits me with the old, "Tell me about yourself," and I go into the whole teaching-through-stories-and-telling-stories-through-songs thing that is probably pretty familiar to folks who've listened to or read some of my other interviews. We talk CHOICE THEORY, TRAUMA THEORY, PEACE THROUGH FREEDOM, basic economics, and what it means to have a purpose-driven life. Among other things.
I drop names like August Wilson, Michelle Shocked, Jonathan Richman, Peter Himmelman, Ian Hunter, Garland Jeffreys, Leon Russell and Mick Ronson. I did an interview with Rustie MacDonald a long, long time ago, and it finally appeared. We covered, but it looks like I’m in a classroom, so we probably talked trauma-theory, choice-theory, learning, grit and resilience, and a thing or two about the songs of The Little Wretches.
I've watched it twice. I don't always listen to my own interviews, but I liked this one a lot. I hope you do, also.