The night after I appeared in USA Today, I got a phone call from Frank at Today, who found me through the USA Today article. Yesterday there was a film crew in my house, and this morning our segment aired on Today on NBC.
It was a fun experience, and my kids loved seeing themselves on TV. It was also an odd experience in some respects. You have to stop what you would naturally be doing so that the cameraman can set up a shoot or catch the action from another angle. It gives a whole new meaning to “realityâ€.
The clip from our segment is no longer available. I am working on downloading it from our TiVo.