100 Huntley Street

On Wednesday evening I flew to Toronto to be a guest on 100 Huntley Street. It was my first night away from Cohen and when a little boy on the plane started fussing, I had to hold myself back from snatching him from his parents and lovingly caressing his forehead. Just hearing his tired whimpers made me physically ache for C. I know – crazytown over here.

The necklace I’m wearing is Stella and Dot! Thanks to Teri-Lynn Friesen for graciously lending it to me!

I arrived at the hotel around 11pm and as I wandered down the second floor hall to room 219, I said to myself, “This isn’t glamorous. Being at home with my boys and our bed – that’s glamorous.” (I was tired, okay?)

The next morning my wake up call jolted me from a dead sleep, at 5:30am. *I’d just like to note that this is even earlier than I usually wake up with Cohen, so no honey, it wasn’t a vacation. I got dressed and headed down to the hotel restaurant for breakfast, sans makeup. The show specifically instructed me not to wear ANY makeup, which sucks because the post-nursing hormones are doing a number on my face. It’s almost bad enough to make me want to get knocked-up again, just to have that peaches and cream complexion back…well maybe not yet.

After breakfast I went to the studio, was whisked into the makeup chair, up onto the set. After a whirlwind interview and some webcast takes, I went out for lunch with an old friend. It was such an awesome blessing to have the opportunity to share what God’s done in my life with the millions who tune into 100 Huntley Street each week! If you’d like to watch the interview, here it is.


What was the highlight of your week?

Happy Friday!!


5 thoughts on “100 Huntley Street

  1. WOW what a great segment! Thank you for sharing. You did an AMAZING job and you look beautiful like always. I love the idea of listening prayer. Thank you for sharing this with us and congratulations on all your accomplishments over the last little while… you are on fire in your work and honouring the Lord in every step. Keep up the great work!

  2. Ahhhh, look at you! You did such a great job! And you looked beautiful, too, as a side bonus. So excited that you could have this opportunity!

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