March 30, 2005


Oh. My. Goodness.

I just watched the preview (with dial-up watching my mouth freeze in strange, melting positions has given some comic relief), and we are set to take in the airing at 11 A.M. here on our little television.

There are so many things that I recall thinking I should have said or that I wish I would have thought of while taping. Ah, well.

I'll be back with my own thoughts on myself later, which is something I tend to do everyday on this site. The difference today is that I'll be looking at my eyes instead of through them.

(Initial thought from the preview- what the heck happened to my hair? Deep, I know.)

Posted by Rae at March 30, 2005 09:21 AM

It was on at 9:00 am CST in my neck of the bayou. I did not see the last twenty-five minutes of the program, because I had to go to a meeting.

You did great!

I have tried to post more, but I keep getting a response of "questionable content:" is within my document. Questionalble content is within my mind too. Where is the delete button?

Posted by: Ralph at March 30, 2005 10:24 AM

Nice show. Have some thoughts but will wait. As for your hair...God purposed it for His glory. ;o)

Posted by: Beth Ellen at March 30, 2005 12:04 PM

You were very confident, I was impressed. I think I'd be a stammering mess in the situation. The problem with such shows is that they're less interested in an intelligent discussion than a polarizing debate because it plays better. The one bitch was really annoying me, the one who smirked all the time like everything you said was over the top. I hate that kind of high school shit

Posted by: jeff at March 30, 2005 01:22 PM


Quite simply, you kick butt!

Posted by: Craig at March 30, 2005 03:22 PM

I agree with my husband. You kicked butt. The lady
that was sitting right next to you, simply does not get it.


Posted by: Craig's Spousal Unit at March 30, 2005 03:36 PM

You were a very eloquent spokesperson for a very important issue. I admire your courage to appear with women who disagreed with you.

Love what you said about sending your girls to college so they can be excellent wives, mothers and members of society. Why not?

Posted by: Victoria at March 31, 2005 02:20 PM
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