Today is the day of my television debut!!! At 10 pm tonight (9 pm central time) I will be the Realtor on an episode of House and Garden TV’s hit program House Hunters. Even though it’s been six months since the actual filming I am still in semi shock that my buyers and I got chosen. There are not very many episodes filmed in Vermont and I believe this is the first episode in the Capitol area of Montpelier and Central Vermont which is pretty exciting because it means it’s also a debut for our gorgeous little neck of the woods! Hiking, biking, camping, skiing (both downhill and x country) history, New England charm, antebellum (Revolutionary War, that is) buildings, waterfalls, crystal clear swimming holes, hidden hamlets where folks gather around a wood stove, miles of dirt roads, world famous fall foliage and, of course, sugar shacks dotting the country side waiting for the maple syrup season. Shooting this episode was totally fun in particular because the buyers, Justin and Caitlin, were so much fun to hang out with and the producer, Darby from Los Angeles, had a great sense of humor as did the camera man, sound guy, and the key grip. It was sort of like a daytime party where you had to reenact some things over and over again. Try re-enacting something again and again—it makes it the most common place actions hilarious. I am excited to see our show although I am sure I will be horrified by the way I look but that’s always the case and plus, I am 57 years old. On the flip side, one of the stars of our episode will look stunning as always—Montpelier and Central Vermont will shine and I am anticipating a surge in calls asking for my help in finding a place to live here in paradise. Cat’s out of the bag I guess.