Monday, April 30, 2007


I was feeling very overwhelmed today. I'm still tired from my crazy flights and different time zones. Also, we leave tomorrow for Corpus Christi, TX. We fly back on Thursday evening. Then, we fly to Dallas Friday and get back Monday. Tuesday is our anniversary and then we go to Georgia for a big show on Wednesday of next week. Just thinking about it all today made my head spin. Also, today was the only day I had to get everything done.

I was getting overwhelmed by everything. Then, I thought about my friend, Clay, who is packing up today to leave for two months. He is going to drive the bus for Mark Schultz as he rides across the country on his bicycle. Also, my sister and brother-in-law are leaving today to go to Virginia to train and then to Peru to be missionaries. They have a right to be overwhelmed. This is just another ten days out for us. I need to stop my belly aching!

6am, Dog-Tired Logic

The shows in Washington went absolutely great! However, with the time changes and getting up late and waking early, we are beat. Yesterday, we woke up at 4:20am in order to get on a plane, fly home, and drive two hours to Paducah, KY to see a David Copperfield show. The show was excellent as usual. I'm sure Brock will blog about it sometime. We got in well after 1am. It was a long day.

I feel like the most tired I've ever been (but it can't be true, because I've had clinical exhaustion just feels like the tiredest I've ever been). Anyway, last night in the wee hours of the morning, I awaken to a high pitch beeping noise. I stumble around in the dark trying to find its source. Finally, I see the smoke detector in our room flashing. I take out the battery and go back to bed. A few seconds later, I hear that same noise. How can it still make a beep without a battery? I still want to know the answer to that question! So, I use my 6am, dog-tired logic and guess what I do? I go into the very next room, open up the back door, and chunk the smoke detector as hard as I can into the backyard. I haven't given it another thought until just now. Brock's still not awake yet. I guess I'll let him use his rested morning logic to deal with it later.

Saturday, April 28, 2007

Getting to the West Coast

We were sitting at our gate at the airport early yesterday morning when they called us over to the desk. They said that because our plane was delayed, we were going to miss our connecting flight in Chicago. They then informed us that they couldn't get us to Portland, OR until this afternoon. Since this conference began last night and ends this afternoon, this was not an option. Finally, they got us on a different airline that could get us here by 6:44 pm. The show was in Vancouver, WA (about 20 minutes away) and began with a band at 6:30.

At that point, we had to run to another gate and board another plane to Atlanta where we had a 4 hour layover. After eating lunch at the Atlanta airport, I heard someone calling our name. It was our friend, Charles. He didn't have to fly out until the same time we did, so we hung out until it was time to leave.

We finally arrived in Oregon and all of our luggage arrived with us! Someone picked us up and took us over to the venue and Brock rushed onstage. He did one illusion and began to speak. Many people were saved. It was great! Then, we did a late night show. It was really late for us since we had woken at 6am central time. However, it was a lot of fun!

Thursday, April 26, 2007

Busy Week

We worked all day on filming a video. Then, we had to go back over to the Grand Ole Opry to get the motorcycle. It was raining after the show was over last night, so Brock couldn't drive it back. Long story short, I'm tired.

We leave early in the morning to fly out to Vancouver, WA to do a show there. We fly back Sunday afternoon and then drive a couple of hours to Paducah, KY to watch a David Copperfield show. Then, we fly out Tuesday and return on Thursday. We fly out again on Friday and come back the following Monday, so we are going to be busy this next week. Please pray for strength and that the Lord really uses us for His glory.

Performing at the 2007 GMA Dove Awards

So last night, Brock performed at the GMA Dove Awards. What the audience saw:
The emcee introduced Brock and he came out with me behind him (yes, I got to be onstage!). Then, Brock said, "My manager told me to come out onstage and present a dove" as he placed a blown up balloon on the little tray I was carrying. "So here you go!" Brock said as he threw a card at the balloon and it became a real live dove. A little while later in the show, Mark Shultz was onstage on his bicycle talking about how he was going to ride across the country in the next two months. After an awkward pause that turned out to be funny, Brock enters the stage on a loud Harley. Brock said that it took him a little while because he couldn't find his keys! (That was funny!) He then told Mark that he should ride this kind of bike instead of a little tricycle. Then, he helped present 4 awards. This is how he read the winner of one of the awards..."Shannon likes nachos and the winner is..."

Backstage it looked like this:
We were trying to practice the bird thing with the stage hands. After telling them that the dove (whom we named Oscar because the Dove Awards are kind of like the Oscars of the Christian music industry) would not fly away, it took off. Oscar flew up into the rafters. Brock quickly ran up a ladder and caught him. That was a close call! Then, as I was getting ready frantically in the bathroom, others were getting ready as well. Britt Nicole tried on about five dresses and was asking me and another girl what we thought. She ended up wearing the dress that I suggested! I asked a girl involved with the press if I should wear my hair partly up or down. She liked it up and even let me borrow some bobby pins. Later on when we were in the press room after our performance, she yelled out, "I like your hair!" The dove thing went well and we were waiting to go onstage with our friends' Harley (his bike is much nicer than ours). As we are waiting, Geoff Moore told us that he was thinking it was a little dull out there and needed something to crank it up. When he saw Brock and the bike, he thought that it would do the trick! We also talked with the director as well as Mark and Aegis Stuart about the chocolate in the green room. Yes, the Cocoa Tree was present backstage at the Dove Awards! In the meantime, Shannon texted Brock and told him that his next task was to use her name and nachos in the same sentence onstage. Just then, the stage director said to go! However, it was dark and Brock couldn't find the right button to make the bike start. That's when I began to freak out a little but only for a few seconds. Then, Brock got the bike started and rode out onstage! What a night!

If you have any more questions about last night or this week, ask me in the comments!

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Old and Current Friends at GMA

I'm having a great time this week because I'm getting to see some of my old friends. We started off in Texas, so we go way back with people like Chris Tomlin and Mercy Me. Shannon is meeting so many famous people, but she only gets introduced and then they are gone to their next interview. She asked me when do you actually get to hang out and get to know all of these people. I told her that it's not at GMA week. We met most of the artists we know back years ago when nobody knew their names. When you are at a camp for a whole week together, bored out of your mind, you get to know the people with you. I literally remember our friend David Nasser saying, "Name your favorite dessert right now." We went around the circle doing just that.

However, I'm also seeing people that I know as well. My friend, Stephanie, is on all of the GoTee's advertisements. A compilation cd called GoTee Girls just came out yesterday and she has the first track (you should go buy it). She was around talking about it. My friends, Malori and Jarrett, are singing in the choir for Toby Mac at the Dove Awards tonight. One of my other friends, Clay, is going to be driving the bus for Mark Shultz as he rides his bicycle across the country. Other friends are in bands such as Sonic Flood. Many of us that were around went out to dinner last night together. It's wonderful to see old friends and current friends as well!

We have a video of Brock shooting the president of GMA with an air bazooka on the front page of Brock's myspace ( We are also collecting some pictures in the blog on his myspace entitled GMA week. Keep checking those!

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

The Class Clown of GMA

We had great interviews and TV appearances yesterday. I'll try to find out when all of it airs. Every person who is interviewing seems to comment about how much fun Brock is. In between interviews, we would hang out in the hotel where everything is taking place. We see so many people that we know and it's great!

After we were done with all of our interviews and were feeling rather good, the Building 429 guys came by. They had on hard hats and were carrying around this toy that looked a lot like a bull horn. If you aimed it and someone and pulled the slingshot-type thing inside it, it would shoot air at a person. It would shoot up to 30 feet away or so. They should have never let Brock get a hold of that thing! We happened to be sitting in an area by elevators, so he would shoot people with a blast of air as they were going in and out of the elevators. It was so funny! He even shot the president of GMA. The president just laughed and basically said that he expected something like that of Brock. Some others were saying that only Brock could get away with that.

Then, we went to a fancy dinner over at Rocketown. Before we entered the dinner, we checked on our friend, Lucas, who is building ramps at the skatepark in Rocketown. While we were in the dinner and the president of Compassion International was speaking, we heard a loud sawing sound. Everyone noticed because it was rather distracting. Brock and I looked at each other and both mouthed the word, "Lucas." I texted Lucas and told him we could hear him just as Brock was getting texts from people saying, "You're bmx boys are being loud..haha." Many knew that Brock had something to do with a saw going off in the middle of the president's speech. It was funny again! I think that Brock is like the class clown of GMA. He's like the guy in high school that everyone likes even the teachers. He doesn't take himself too seriously.

Monday, April 23, 2007

Guest Appearance at the Worship Service

I went with some friends to the worship service of GMA last night. This is one of my favorite parts of GMA week. Hillsong Live led us in an amazing time of worship. Michael W. Smith was the host. At one point he came out and introduced...Jim Caviezel.

Jim told about his filming the Passion of the Christ. He said that his shoulder was separated by the cross when he was carrying it in the film (that part is in the actual movie). He also had hypothermia while he was hanging on the cross. In fact, he almost died according to the doctor on the set. He thought it could go either way, so he prayed that the Lord would either use his life or his death. At his lowest point, he had to say a line and he couldn't speak very well. Someone came up a ladder and gave him some headphones. The guy played "Above All" by Michael W. Smith. After hearing the song a few times, it gave Jim the strength to continue on. Last night, with Jim Caviezel standing right next to him on stage, Micheal W. Smith led us in that very song. It was moving!

The best thing Jim said was that he wouldn't trade all of the Oscars and awards here on this earth for being one name in the Lord's Hall of Fame in heaven. Coming from him, it was very sincere and impacting.

Sunday, April 22, 2007

GMA Time

This weekend was fun, but now it's time for GMA week. I will give you a play by play, but pray for us each day. We start today and do interviews as well as TV show appearances and it goes through Wednesday. Also, pray for everyone else involved in GMA. It's a big week for all of us.

Saturday, April 21, 2007

Food and Fun

Last night, we went to a Crawfish Boil. I must say, they don't know how to handle a crawfish boil here. Only about ten of us were actually eating and really experiencing it. Most of those people were from Louisiana. It was still fun though.

Tonight, we are having another bonfire at our house. We're going to roast marshmallows and make smores. I'm really excited! I guess that this is a food weekend! What are your plans for the weekend? Does anyone else base their time around food?

Friday, April 20, 2007

The Doves

We just found out yesterday that Brock is going to perform and present a Dove Award at the GMA Awards (The Doves). Since it is next Wednesday and they want us to perform specific things, we are running around crazy trying to get everything ready. We are excited to do it though! Last year, Brock presented Artist of the Year and it was really fun.

GMA Week is Sunday thru Wednesday. This is the week that all of the Christian music industry comes to town. Brock will have several interviews and performances at shows and such. We might attend some shows as well. It's a crazy week!

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Show in Memphis

The show last night was great! They stuffed 1,200 people in their gym (the most they've ever had in there). It was a fun crowd.

I always feel such a warm welcome when I go to Bellevue. Their are some great people there! One of the youth pastors told us that they pray for us every week at church. I think that it's cool that we feel led to pray for each for that church and them for us.

We saw one of the bmx riders that performed with us at the FX we did there a couple of years ago. He was there with his new wife whom he met at the FX! Isn't that a cool story? They met and fell in love at the Freedom Experience. He used to be from Iowa, now he lives in Memphis.

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Bellevue Baptist Church

A couple of years ago, we did an FX in Memphis, TN. Bellevue Baptist Church was a big part in the planning and volunteering and such. On Sunday night, we had a prayer service for FX at this church. As I was sitting there, I felt a huge burden for the church. I began praying very fervently for them as I began having a strong feeling that they were about to have a change. Shortly after this, their pastor, Adrian Rogers, died. I still feel a connection to this church because of that night of prayer.

We've worked with Bellevue on a few occasions and they have always been great to work with. Tonight, we are going there to perform again. Pray that everything goes well and that people's lives are changed by Jesus.

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Love Languages

I'm realizing that love languages are not just for your relationship with your spouse. They go for most all of your close relationships with people. A love language is the way in which you feel loved. There are five of them: physical touch, acts of service, quality time, giving gifts, and words of affirmation. One of our friends is the last one and it was her birthday on Sunday. A lot of us wrote her encouraging letters. That's the best gift she could ever receive.

My love language is quality time. That is why I am so happy right now. I have this blog where I get to share with all of you everyday. I picture you sitting at home or school or work reading this and it makes me feel like we are spending some quality time together. I share thoughts on this blog that I don't share in a spoken fashion sometimes. You are the only eyes to read ears hear it.

I'm also happy because I get to spend quality time with friends at home every week. I haven't been able to have quality time weekly with the same people (except Brock) for 8 years now. It feels so good to love and be loved by several people through this blog and through my community. What is your love language?

Monday, April 16, 2007

Bad Day

Yesterday and the first part of today has been bad. First of all, our happy fun day on the beach turned out to be cold! We maybe walked on the beach for a painstakingly 5 minutes bundled in our jackets.

Then, we get to the airport and our plane was delayed. We were worried about missing our connecting flight in Atlanta, but luckily, we arrived in plenty of time. However, we sat on the runway waiting for a parking spot for 45 minutes and missed our connecting flight anyway. After several long lines and an annoying bus ride, we got to our hotel at around 11:30pm. We had to wake up at 4:45am in order to catch the bus and go to the airport in time for our flight this morning. The security line was the longest I've ever seen. Long story short, I just got home even though our show was done on Saturday night.

The saddest part of all is that our camera was stolen at the security checkpoint at the airport. Remember when I said that we would put up pictures and video of the school that was affected by the tornado? Well, those pictures are gone forever.

Sunday, April 15, 2007

Rain, Rain, Go Away!

Yesterday, we performed at an outdoor festival in Bonifay, FL. On Friday night, the weathermen were predicting bad thunderstorms for the day. I was hoping that this would be one of the times in which they were completely wrong. However, all day, the clouds were ugly looking as if it could pour at anytime. Of course this didn't help with attendance.

We were supposed to take the stage at 8pm after some freestyle motocross, the band Waverly, and Tim Byrne. After getting reports from Mobile, AL that it was storming and heading our way, they began speeding up the programming.

We were talking about plan B when I found a room with a stage. They had a little sound system onstage. We ended up moving the show in there. It was good timing because about halfway through our show, it began to pour.

I had to stand on the stage in order to run the sound. I felt so stupid up there but I really had no choice. The soundboard was onstage bolted into the wall. Therefore, I was up there the entire time feeling like an idiot. To my surprise, one of the local radio DJ's came up to me and said that he was really impressed to see how supportive I was onstage. He said that even though the conditions weren't optimal and I'd seen the show so many times before, I still laughed and was completely into the show. That was very encouraging to me. We really had to roll with the punches last night!

Saturday, April 14, 2007

Enterprise, Alabama

Yesterday, we visited the school that was hit by the tornado last month killing 8 high school students. It was nothing like I expected. I was stupid enough to think that they might have been rebuilding it, so it wouldn't look so bad. I thought that maybe some of the roof would be off and that would be the extent of it. That place was demolished! They are building another school in a totally different location...just starting over. In the meantime, the students are meeting at the community college for school from 12:30 to 5:00.

When I saw it, I thought, "How did only 8 out of 1,300 students die in this?" In the section where all of the fatalities occurred, there were some survivors. I didn't even see how that was possible! The concrete ceiling had caved in on them. I know that a couple of guys sacrificed their lives by shielding others with their bodies. That's probably the only way the others survived.

One of the ladies who walked around the school with us was a teacher at the school. She showed us where she was sitting and how she felt when she looked up to see that the roof was gone. We should have some pictures up on our myspace sometime early next week.

I had to go straight from looking around the school to setting up our show. We were in a hurry, so I had no time to process everything. I've got to tell you that it was very emotional. My emotions were peaked the whole show last night. It went well, though, and 22 people decided to become followers of Jesus.

Friday, April 13, 2007

This Weekend

It is early in the morning...before 6! I am showered and ready to go. We are going to get on a plane and fly to Panama City Beach, FL. Then, we will rent a car and drive to Enterprise, AL. Remember this is the city in which recently a tornado ripped through killing 8 high school students. Tonight, we are performing at the church across the street from this high school. Pray that the city will be responsive to the gospel and that the Lord will heal this town.

Tomorrow, we will drive to Bonifay, FL where we will perform at a show in which some of our friends will be there...Tim Byrne along with a motocross team we know. It's going to be fun!

Sunday, we could not get a flight out until the evening...oh well! I guess we'll have to wait it out on the beach all day.

Thursday, April 12, 2007

Stephanie's Birthday

So, it is my friend, Stephanie's birthday on Sunday. However, she leaves today to go out on the road for several days and will be on an airplane most of her birthday. We tried to plan a surprise party for her last night, but she kept suggesting that we do something for her birthday on that day. After she kept bringing it up and we looked as if we were brushing her off, we caved and told her.

What did we do? About 20 of us dressed up in costumes and went to the Cheesecake Factory. Everyone was so confused when we walked in the restaurant. A little boy glanced up at me as if to say, "I didn't know it was Halloween."

We had a blast! I was an Indian. Brock was a circus, freak show guy. We had several eighties chicks and one army girl complete with a painted face and a bloody head wound. Lucas was the best. He had a huge, black wig and mustache. He also had a rock and roll t-shirt with cut-off sleeves. Brock did not know who it was until he recognized his tattoo on his arm. He never broke character all night! We all paraded around the mall after dinner. It was a great birthday celebration!

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Hair Skills

My friends are so fashionable. They always wear the cutest things and put their hair up in a planned, messy fashion. So, they've been teaching me how to put up my hair. The other day, I had it back with a headband as well. I was a little hesitant about it just because I was unsure of my own judgment. Also, I'd never done my hair like this.

That day, I was in the store and the guy behind me in line made a comment. He looked like your everyday middle-aged American. He also seemed as if he usually would not even notice let alone voice a compliment like he gave me. He said rather timidly, "I really like your hair." I thanked him feeling a lot more confident in my hair skills.

Tuesday, April 10, 2007


We have a new roommate! Our friend, Lucas, who is an awesome bmx rider has come to live with us for a while. We've wanted him to move here for about 2 years now. He finally came Saturday at around 4am.

We have always had a special connection to Lucas and really believe in him. Brock talked with him often on the phone and he would come and visit us occasionally. He'd been praying about when to move here. Then, on Friday, the landlord of the people whom he was living with found out that he was there and kicked him out. Brock told him that he thought it was time. So, Lucas packed up and moved here.

He has fit right in with our friends here. We went over to one of our friends' house Saturday night and just hung out. He had a great time and asked how often we do that to which Brock replied, "Everyday." I think that Lucas is starting to believe it since we had another big party Sunday and last night all went to dinner and hung out. He already likes it here!

Monday, April 09, 2007

Awesome Day with Friends

I had one of the best days that I've had in a while yesterday. We began lunch at about 1pm. Everyone brought great side dishes. I was impressed! The turkey was fabulous and the dessert was scrumptious too!

After lunch, everyone went outside to collect easter eggs that Brock had hidden in our large yard. They were plastic eggs and some of them were stuffed with random items like mustard and mayo packages, raisins, oatmeal, or tacks. Some of them had candy in it. We gave a prize to the one who collected the most eggs. However, the best part was that they were all numbered. If you had a certain number, then you would have to do the corresponding service act. For example, "Number 2" got a coupon to get there car washed by "Number 7." Some got to pick a place to eat. Others got to pick the movie we watched. One person got a card trick performed by Brock which she redeemed right then. I cannot tell you how much fun it was!

After that, we watched a movie and all rested. Then, we pulled the food back out and had a bonfire in the backyard. The last people left at around 10pm. It was an awesome day!

Sunday, April 08, 2007

Happy Easter

Happy Easter! We are going to the early service this morning at church. Then, we are having a bunch of friends over for lunch today. Brock is cooking a turkey in his cajun microwave as I write this. Everybody else is bringing a bunch of sides and desserts and stuff. It's going to be like a potluck Easter lunch. What are your plans for Easter?

Saturday, April 07, 2007

Ohio YEC

Brock was just saying last week that this would be the first time that it wasn't snowing when we went to Cincinnati. Well, we were driving to Dayton, OH for the conference at which we were going to perform and as soon as we came to Cinci, it began to snow! Here it is Easter time and it was snowing! It snowed the entire time that we were performing and when we came back out to load up, at least a couple of inches had collected. They shut down some of the roads last night due to black ice.

The show went really well. The Ohio gang was fun and great to work with. I hope that we get to come back here soon (except I hope it doesn't snow next time...I don't really like snow especially in April)!

Friday, April 06, 2007

Christian Academy of Louisville

Yesterday began badly. We had to be at the school at 7:45am which was 6:45am our time. Then, I forgot our granola that we have for breakfast. Also, it was cold. We had such a full day ahead of us that we were tense.

However, as soon as we pulled up to the Christian Academy of Louisville, everything became better. The students had lined the halls chanting Brock's name to greet him. When Brock entered the building, they began cheering and such. The people at this school were really great!

Brock spoke in several classes about the Miracles of Jesus. They had used the documentary in their curriculum. Some of the students shared how the film changed their lives. One girl told a couple of people about it who were saved due to watching the show. Another guy who was agnostic gave his life to Christ after watching it. Wow!

We performed some new stuff in the chapel service. Both tricks went really well. We are planning on placing them in our new Miracles show for next year!

Look for pictures from yesterday on our myspace early next week. Also, you can go to to watch Brock's interview at the Crystal Cathedral.

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Big Day at a School

We have a big day at a school tomorrow, so I'm posting tonight. There is a school in Kentucky that has been using The Miracles of Jesus in their classroom as a teaching tool. Since we were on our way to Ohio, we decided to stop in Louisville on the way. Brock will be in four different classes and one chapel service. He's going to be wiped out tomorrow evening.

Pray that everything goes well. We'll be doing a new illusion in the chapel service tomorrow. We've been practicing it in the hotel room tonight!


Last night, we were sitting in a restaurant in downtown Franklin when we saw that it was raining outside...hard! It had been such a beautiful night. In fact, previously we were sitting out on the back deck at the Cocoa Tree. That all changed at this point.

We went to the door to see hail pelting the ground. Just then, Shannon called me. I said, "It's hailing," when I answered the phone. She said that the worst was still to come. We all decided to take our cars to the parking garage down the street to get them covered. Nobody wanted hail damage to their cars, and we happened to have our dirt bikes in the back of our truck.

As we were running out to our vehicle, Willy, one of our motocross friends, was behind me. He just broke his foot riding last week. So, he was trying to run/hobble through the rain!

As we waited for the storm to pass, one of my friends rolled her pants up and took off her shoes. She proceeded to go out into the street and play in the rain amidst all of the lightening and torrential downpour. Luckily, it had stopped hailing. She's crazy! I enjoy playing in the rain and I might have joined her, but it was getting cold! She's crazy! We waited for a little while and storm let up enough for us to drive home.

Tuesday, April 03, 2007


The other day, my parents' car caught on fire. It was completely toast by the time Dad pulled over.

Actually, we know how they feel. In January of 2001, Brock received a call in the middle of the night. When I saw him begin to get dressed, I asked what he was doing. He calmly replied that he was going outside because our truck was on fire.

At the time, we had a box truck with all of our equipment in the back. We arrived in time to see the fire department raising the back door and saying, "I think everything in the back is going to be okay."

The fire began in the engine, so the front part of the truck was literally melted down. It began burning the wall separating the cab from the back when the fire department put it out. It was as if angels were guarding our equipment. The equipment was saved, but everything reeked of smoke for 6 or more months. To this day, some of the cases are still black in the grooves.

It turned out good. We got a better truck...a Freightliner with living quarters in the back. We haven't had any problems with it yet!

Monday, April 02, 2007

The Photo Shoot

The photo shoot went extremely well! We began the morning with some studio shots. We got to look at some of them and they are great! We certainly have something to work with.

Then, we went to our house and took some pictures of Brock with a group of people around him. We were all dressed like the early 1900's. It looked really cool. One boy who is around 3 or 4 years old was so cute! He was dressed in suspenders and a cap like a "newsy." At one point, Brock was holding an old pot. We wanted him to be trying to look into the pot. We asked him to look and see what was in the pot. He turned to me and said very matter-of-fact, "Nothing. I already saw."

Then, we had some of Brock's famous burgers. When everyone sat at the tables dressed in their costumes, it looked like the original Thanksgiving (except the hamburgers, of course). We had an outdoor fire where we made smores. It was a great day! We'll probably put some behind the scene pictures up on Brock's myspace tomorrow.

Sunday, April 01, 2007

An Interesting Phone Call

Brock is the one who received the phone call, so I'm going to let him say it in his own words:
we got a call today from a guy named steve. he said he had seen us on tv this weekend and wanted to contact us. he tracked us down thru a connection at discovery channel. apparently he liked what he saw us do on whatever he was watching. i didnt bother to ask. i just played along. he said he went to our website and watched more video and read our story. i listened and thought "where is this going?". he told me that he was a tv producer with a major budget. i didnt really know what he meant, or what he was trying to ask. he said that he was looking for someone to host a new talk show. he said that they were going to take an existing show, that was very successful, and reinvent it with a new host. they had seen me before and wanted to talk to me but hadnt committed to call me until now. he said he wanted to offer me a job but couldnt tell me who i would be replacing. all he said was that the person was going to retire in 3 months. i dont know what to make of all of this because he was so vague. all i could get was that he worked for some production company that i had never heard of called "harpo". anyway, i thought it was interesting. i dont think i am going to pursue it because its probably nothing special.

Tell me what you think we should make of all this. Brock thinks that it isn't anything big, but I think we might should pursue it.