A month ago I wrote about the importance of taking a proactive approach to avoiding fear, a bad night of sleep, and ultimately Adultitis by staying clear of the evening news. Jason and I got a chance to be the gooey center of a death sandwich on Sunday, appearing on Madison’s CBS 5:30PM news. When we arrived on set and got our mics on, the anchor shared with us that they were all thrilled we were on the programming for the evening because they had so much bad news to report. Apparently, the hours before had been filled with body after body being found throughout the state of Wisconsin, leaving them with lots of deaths to report. Our three minute segment, talking about Adultitis and our upcoming Adultitis Clinic on Saturday, fell smack-dab in the middle of all of the bad news.
I feel honored that we could bring something light and uplifting to the dreary news of the weekend. The intern who walked us out told us he was in the middle of taking the Adultitis intake. It struck a chord.
I also feel regretful that I didn’t have a shirt on that said, “Yes, this is a baby bump and not a Wisconsin beer belly.” Oh well, it’ll go down as the baby’s first TV appearance. (Speaking of shirts, do you like Jason’s new Duck Duck, Goose shirt? It’s a Club K&J exclusive! We have less than 15 left.)
For all of the details on Saturday’s Adultitis Clinic, click here.