Kelly and Sally Jackson – aka The Midlife Gals – drove all the way from Austin, Texas, to Houston last week in their never-ending quest to demonstrate that “midlife” isn’t a dirty word. (Depressing, terrifying, fun-killing, discrimination-inducing, yes, but never dirty.)
The cocktail-sipping sisters’ destination?
KGOW-AM’s The Ken Hoffman Show – where they uncorked their trademark humor to the delight of host Ken Hoffman and co-host David Nuno’s sizable audience.
Here’s a snippet of their on-air banter, where Kelly previewed Midlife 2.0 while David gave BlogTalkRadio its props:
KEN HOFFMAN: What’s your definition of “midlife”?
KELLY JACKSON: We’re on the second half of the century and SalGal’s a little further south on that deal than I am…
SALLY: Don’t say it.
KEN HOFFMAN: So it’s midlife if you intend to live to 100?
SALLY JACKSON: Yes, sir.
KELLY JACKSON: We’ll have to change our name to “The Elder Gals,” probably in about 10 years.
KEN HOFFMAN: What station is this on?
SALLY JACKSON: We’re on BlogTalkRadio – Internet radio.
DAVID NUNO: Which is the wave of the future, Ken. If you did research, you would know.
KEN HOFFMAN: I listen to Internet radio.
DAVID NUNO: I do, too.
KEN HOFFMAN: And we’ll be on that in about 10 minutes!
To hear The Gals’ full interview, click here.
Better yet, to sample their BlogTalkRadio show, click here.