I tried my best to get ready, but I'd just had a root canal in less than 48 hours before filming...an abscessed tooth doesn't like to follow frilly schedules, so I was in agony. but still trying to put on a smile. A very painful smile.
I'm thinking about how thankful I am that today's filming is all about Heather, her fiance Henry and David.
Me no have to talkie-talkie.
Yesterday, I put on my make-up...as gingerly as possibly around the area of my jaw that felt as if it had gone ten rounds with Mohammad Ali. It's not a good feeling to know that you could possibly be filmed on the day your lower jaw is swollen and you talk funny and you look funny and you are on worthless pain medication.
And little did I know, the Penicillin was about to start making me very nauseated. My own little scene in the world would be getting worse throughout the day, but I had loads of fun while laying down and watching the filming.
Here we go. More bright lights. More Cameras. More Questions and More Silly times together with my awesome family who I NEVER thought would appear on reality TV! Deputy Dave is a natural in front of the camera.
Go figure...he works daily in a big city criminal courtroom where it's normal to have cameras in your face. It doesn't faze him. Only HUGE difference is, while in the courtroom, Deputy Dave is completely in charge; and those behind cameras in the courtroom better listen to the uniformed man, or else. Conversely, when filming for a reality television show, you better have that game-face plastered in place and ready at all times because they will catch you off guard when you least expect it.
Over this next week, I'll be posting the photos of our get-together on the ranch for filming of the upcoming show, "Randy to the Rescue." It was interesting...that is the least of it. Very interesting.