March 28, 2005


I confess to getting more nervous as the airing of the show gets nearer. Thoughts of vanity (How do I look on television? [The length of my hair interferred with the microphone, so I had to keep it behind my right shoulder] How do I sound on tv- as in the actual sound of my voice, and well-articulated or grasping?) keep running through my mind, as well as concern for how it might be edited.

I am not set up to LiveBlog the show (oh for a Notebook and wireless card!), but will take notes, copy, and publish them immediately following my Mountain Time airing.

Posted by Rae at March 28, 2005 09:57 AM

Waah! I'm not going to get to see the show after all.
Despite what the Larry Elder website says, his show
is not shown in my area (or at least not on the feed
for the WB that I get through Directv.) I will look
forward to reading your comments and, perhaps, seeing
the show on DVD if they produce one? And try not to
critique yourself too harshly - you are lovely, bright
and articulate, and I have no doubt that will all come
across loud and clear. (You'll put the other guests
to shame, I'm sure!)

Posted by: Alisha at March 28, 2005 11:57 AM

You should have no worries [unless you gave the URL to your site on the air ;)]... from the show description, you sound like the odds-on favorite.

Posted by: Steven at March 28, 2005 12:18 PM

I am looking forward to this; my Tivo is all set.

Posted by: Greg at March 28, 2005 08:42 PM

I just watched the show preview on The Larry Elder Show website.

Rae is one tough bird.

My 12" b&w tv is plugged-in along with headphones.

Around 8:55 at the office, the sky will begin to fall, or the squirrel that likes to run around in our hallway ceiling will start running from end to end, then I will miss the show.

I should have brought some popcorn.

Posted by: Ralph at March 30, 2005 06:27 AM

Well, as a stay at home mom...I like the topic to be discussed. If daughter allows I have set aside time to watch. May I ask how all this came about? Did you write in or are you a famous person and they approached you? :o)

Posted by: Beth Ellen at March 30, 2005 07:20 AM

Alisha- they have a preview on the site.

Steven-I don't think I even mentioned my blog.

Greg-I wish we had Tivo. Am recording it for R.

Ralph-The television we'll watch it on isn't much bigger, although it is color :D Heh, a "tough bird"-we'll see. Here's hoping the squirrel will be napping.

Beth- Jo via Nathan let me know that they were interested in talking to me, if I ws interested. They were doing a show about choosing to rear one's own children. Jo had written something somewhere that they had gotten ahold of, but when they found out she didn't have any children (yet. Jo?), they decided they really wanted a woman whom had children. Jo told Nathan who told me that she had suggested me, but had wisely taken their info and then passed on to me. I thought about it for about a week and then called and left a message. The next day, a producer called me and we talked for about an hour and one half. I told her I would think about it for a few days (protection of my family was my greatest concern). Decided yes, called, waited some more, and then flew out on a Thursday, taped the show on Friday, and was home by Friday night!

Posted by: Rae at March 30, 2005 09:14 AM
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