Thursday, September 15, 2005

Work on both ends

Katrina Update: $490 Donated to the Red Cross

I've been so busy at work, I haven't had much time to post this week! (I also have a full-time job, and it's crunch time - so I've been very busy lately.) Time management is really important. Of course, having a supportive spouse and doggies is so important, too.


And a bit of silly for your day...

A few weeks ago I recieved an email from a TV casting producer. He wrote me a nice email note along with this press release, asking if I might know some dog lovers who might be interested to apply to be on the show....


The premise of Wife Swap, which generated a lot of buzz in its inaugural
season, is that one parent from each household swaps places for ten days to
experience how another family runs their lives. It is an incredible family
experience and opportunity to both learn and teach different family values.
Wife Swap is a fascinating story of what happens when two married couples
see themselves and their spouses in a whole new light. The New York Post
says, "It should be called ‘Life Swap’ because it's not just the wives who
learn something here. It's the families."
Potential families can live anywhere in the United States, but we ask that
families who apply consist of two parents that have at least one child, ages
5 or older, living at home. To submit for the show please call 212-404-1471,
or email a family photo and description to
Families featured on the show will receive a $20,000 honorarium. If you
recommend a great family that ends up on our show you get a finders fee of
$500 *Family must complete taping and show must air*.

More information is available at:

Okay. I'll post my reply tomorrow (if I can locate it in my email)...

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