Tuesday, December 23, 2008

homeless story on TV tonight...

channel 2 is doing a story on homelessness at 11PM tonight. i was interviewed this afternoon for the work that i'm doing on my drive-bys blog.

wow...was i ever nervous being on that side of the camera. now i truly know how my clients feel. hopefully i made the cut. so, if you happen to be up at that time and are able to tune in....give me a shout and lemme know how i did.

my fingers are crossed that nothing was hanging out of my teeth or nose :) i don't even remember what i said. ugh...my nerves.

11 comments:

CaraBee said...

We'll definitely tune in! Can't wait to see your big moment!

Watson said...

That is great news! Hope you get some facetime. In town for Christmas and will tune in for sure!

Michael said...

We have the DVR set just in case we hit the hay a little early. Nice work! How did they come across your blog?

RucknRun said...

Not sure if I am going to stay up but I will definitely be setting the DVR. Grats on the pub.

Neil

SBW said...

you were so awesome. so so very proud of you.

john said...

thank you so much sweetheart :)

tobi said...

It was an excellent piece. I've always been concerned/interested in people in homeless situations, so it touched my heart. Keep on with your mission! Happy Holidays!

john said...

thank you tobi. happy holidays to you as well!!!

Morgan said...

John thats great! We will definitely be watching, I am sure you were great! Have a wonderful holiday with your girls!

john said...

hi morgan! thank you. hope you and your family have a great holiday season as well! cheers.

Michael said...

Just remember all of us devoted fans when you go bigtime after this exposure...we still get the "friends and family" rates right?? :)

Great piece...hopefully the city of Baltimore will wake up and realize they really need to do something about the homeless.

There is one person I would see when I would walk to Amanda's work each afternoon. It was right along Lombard just before Light Street...there is this little alley. There would be this man/woman in a wheelchair all the way up the top of the alley covered in blankets. Just like you said...would be interesting to hear their story.