Now the one thing I will say is- I don't like to see myself on TV and I am my own worse critic. Should have said this, needed to change that, stand straighter, TV does add 10 pounds, and on and on. It is funny in hindsight as I am creating my own havoc and need to just let go and trust. This is a very rewarding career as I hopefully am helping people and that is what I am and always have been about- hence the lifetime of being a nurse. So far this morning I have had two favorable responses and I appreciate the input. The biggest asset to my presentation happens to be the pictures that Rich Sayer took of me during this journey . Those pictures reach out and touch people in a way that words can't even describe. I have used them in big and small groups and in places that I can't or don't have access to audio visual support or electricity but also in those places that all of that is available. I have found that the hands on, the one on one of seeing my experience through the pictures has made more of an impact than anything else I can do. I am privileged to have the opportunity to be in the community and hopefully help.
So this Tuesday, July 6th at 8:10 - I will be on WMGW (1490 AM) with Keith Alan Austin to talk about my experience and I have new trepidation as I will not have my pictures to share. I hope that my sincerety will shine through on this interview and that my purpose is worthwhile. Often people will comment on my notoriety and I laugh and respond by saying at this point in time, at least it is not in police blotter.... at any rate I am having a great day and I wish you all well. Friday night will be the Bull Riding event in Tidioute for breast cancer awareness and hope to see you there. Stop and say HI! S