It was very interesting to see what pieces of the 30 minute interview they selected to use. Of course they showed me all teary weapy and quivering - we all saw that one coming, right? The minute the story aired on the news, my phone, email and Facebook began sounding off - we experienced a surge in nominations and volunteers who want to be part this amazing day celebrating humanity and its charity.
Did you see it? if not, here is the link for it -
I'm afraid you'll have to copy and paste as the link insertion doesn't seem to work for me.
First out of the gate? A costume designer from LA who is interested in helping however they can. Another photographer, videographer, makeup artist - one of the photographers and his wife an amazing makeup artist both from Kerrys wedding posted on my Facebook simply, we're in if you need us!
This morning I received an email from a coworker from 13 years ago wanting to help and be part of this magical day - oh and she knows people who would also like to help.
I continue to be amazed by the power not only of the media helping to get word out, create a buzz - but by the power of people wanting nothing more than to be part of something good and helping others. What a tremendous thing!