Early on in the program we learned that a story doesn’t have to be particularly dramatic in order to be memorable. It started when Angie Anderson wrote to us to say: "I drive from Apex to Durham (North Carolina) every day to work... Every morning, without fail, a little man stands beside the road in front of a ramshackle building and waves. It’s a small, low wave and he waves at every car that passes."
We invited Angie to the studio to talk with us about the waving man. His name is Rickie Moses, and we drove out to the country one morning to meet him ourselves.