Living on Purpose the radio show launched on CHLY in August 2004 and as a podcast on the Rabble Podcast Network in March 2007. Now it is time to complete a decade of almost 250 episodes on the RPN, with thanks for this platform, and to you, each of my listeners. One podcast channel closing, and another one opening. Today's farewell podcast includes spontaneous monologue and dialogue recorded while sitting on a bench in the sun at Hogs Back Falls in Ottawa. Please keep in touch and thanks again for your ears, with best wishes in life for you and for all, from your host, Lynn Thompson.
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Note from the rabble podcast network: Thanks for all you brought to the rabble podcast network over the past decade, Lynn. Best wishes as your find new directions and projects! Victoria Fenner - rpn executive producer
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