Best of the Week 3
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As I was writing the title of this blog post, I thought, “I wonder how many weeks I can write Our XX week before it gets too weird?” Like won’t it be weird years from now writing, “our 156th week”? Which then got me thinking about how funny it was when we were babies and we were 12 weeks then 16 weeks old and how if we kept that up, I would tell people I am 2,102 weeks old! It just doesn’t have the same ring to it. Suffice to say, I guess that won’t always be the title of these recaps, but it certainly works while my show is still a baby!
This week was so good that I honestly don’t know if I should keep going or just quit while I am ahead! (Don’t worry, nothing is going to stop this train right now). I still loved this week in spite of the fact that I started Monday’s show with the following sentence, “Well, my worst nightmare has come true!” It turns out the studio is TOO close to the Oscars and my co-host, Cindy Hooker, my guest Lizza Morales and myself were all incredibly late to the show. I managed to start the show on time, but it was a good 15 minutes until I had any company in the studio. It all worked out though and we had more fun recapping the Oscars than we had watching them!
On Tuesday, my co-host Jeff and I discussed part two about how to write out your goals and the importance of forgiving the year before to make room for the year ahead. We also welcomed singer/songrwriter Graham Colton to the studio who discussed the ever changing landscape of the music industry as well as making his new album with the help of fans and Kickstarter. We also discussed this fantastic article by Teresa Porter called So You’re Feeling Too Fat To Be Photographed. It hit a lot of nerves and I consider it a must read!
On Wednesday, my friend Drew Pokorny from Dirty Pop with Lance Bass, joined me in the studio as my co-host to help me welcome my guests, Tom Adler and Geri Jewell. Tom is an entrepreneur who has created the Gay Yellow Book, a phone directory and bible of sorts for the gay community. The guide is full of businesses that are gay friendly and supportive, but also includes travel destinations, articles and even recipes. Then we
were joined in the studio by, what I have now declared, my favorite interview I have ever done, with Geri Jewell. Geri is most affectionately remembered as Cousin Geri from The Facts of Life, but she was in to discuss her new audio book of her memoir, “I’m Walking As Straight As I Can“. For someone who has been met with severe challenges since the moment she was born, she radiates a light and beauty that reminds you that life really is all that you make of it.
Thursday we were joined in the studio by Tim Guinee, who can currently be seen in NBC’s Revolution, but look up his film credits and you will realize that you have seen him in just about everything. He shared some great life practices with us, including the fact that he goes for a walk every morning and finds at least one new thing to appreciate and love. He’s walking the walk. Later in the show, the iconic Didi Conn, who is belovedly remembered as Frenchie from Grease, called in to discuss the play she is starring in Los Angeles called A Heap Of Livin’. Talking to her really was a pinch me moment!
And that was our week in a nutshell. You can listen to clips from all of these shows in our Best Of The Week or the full shows in their entirety by clicking on this link.
Such a great week! Thank you to all who tuned in, downloaded, chatted, subscribed, shared, rated and overall made me feel swell!
See you on Monday!
Big, Blonde and Beautiful Bob