Thursday, July 31, 2008
This week has been a biggie. It was the first time I have been filmed to go on TV. Yes, TV. And what an amazing experience it was.
Six months ago my boss passed by my desk and asked if I would host a show for the upcoming Australian Project Hope series which would air in around 3-5 months time. The show was "My Story: His Story" and it's a 13-part series which will be shown on Hope Channel - a family friendly television network that spans the globe (so if you have a satellite or Foxtel you'll be able to see it).
It's not overwhelming at all to know that Hope Channel is aired in over 13 countries (including Aruba, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Norway, Nigeria, Philippines, Russia, and United States of America) while negotiations are under way for it to be free to air in the US (apparently it's quite popular over there).
So, what is it that I can enlighten you about being on TV? Perhaps I should go through it all blow by blow...
Friday, July 04, 2008
Having just returned from Adelaide got me thinking about how much fun it was.
After all I have family and friends all there (many with similar aged kids) and we all have so much fun when we get together.
It makes me wonder all those years ago why I might not have wanted to live in Adelaide again.
But I think I have actually changed my mind.
Where else can you go to a shop that sells only yoghurt; buy Spritz; shop at The Parade; and go anywhere in the city in only 20 minutes?
It's a great place. And it's been so long since I have lived there that it's now a real holiday destination. A time to rest, relax, sleep and shop (and I live in the fashion capital!).
Even Ikea isn't busy in Adelaide.
That's got to be worth something!
Above: Lovely Little Miss Kaitlyn; Madison breaks out of goal; Enjoying Pancake Sunday at step-sister Karen's place, Kate & Madison enjoying Wacky Warehouse, Enjoying uninterupted bliss thanks to Wacky Warehouse Kellie & Me