Well, despite freeways locked up in ice and accidents, we made it to the studio this morning and managed to pull off a successful segment! It was very nerve-wracking, especially when at the last minute I realized the blender pitcher had been left behind. Luckily they had one in the studio, and we were saved.
Overall it was a fantastic rush, and I could never, NEVER have pulled it off without the amazing talents of my mother-in-law Carolyn Moss (who designed and provided many items for the display, and came with me to help during the segment), and the support and babysitting of my mom Laurie Seron and sister Sarah Seron. Without them, today would have been a disaster! I love you ladies!!
For some reason, I can't get the video to embed here, so here is a link to the studio 5 website where you can watch it: http://studio5.ksl.com/?nid=126&sid=23841467
As you can tell by my overuse of exclamation marks, the rush hasn’t quite worn off yet, and I say Woohoo! Let’s do it again!