We’re in Chicago

It’s 2am. Im on a plane. I’m suffering from some pretty gnarly restless leg syndrome and I can’t sleep.

Later today Girl Ninja and I will be at NBC studios in Chicago for our first ever TV interview. We are a little nervous (especially since there is a studio audience) and we don’t really know what to expect, but I’m keeping my fingers crossed we don’t make a$$es of ourself.

I’ll find out from the producers today when our segment will air and I’ll definitely make sure you peeps are the first to know.

Oh and if you don’t follow me on Twitter, you might want to start since I’ll be posting as many pics at the studio as they’ll let me.

Catch ya later peeps.

p.s. Am I the only person who finds it impossible to sleep on a plane (or anywhere in public for that matter)?

11 thoughts on “We’re in Chicago”

  1. I snore so I don’t sleep either.

    The whole TV interview thing is pretty interesting. I have already had my 15 minutes of fame a few years back when I was involved with a big trial. Went on Dateline, This Week with David Brinkley, and CBS This Morning. Also did some local network news interviews. Seeing behind the scenes is pretty cool in that not everyone has had that experience.

    The bad part is that they can always make you look like an a$$ regardless of what you say and how you come across. Editing is everything.

    Hope you have a great experience.

  2. Serioiusly – I can Not sleep on a plane a single wink, and it’s awful. I just went to thailand and japan, and brought 3 books – I had finished 2 of them before I landed in tokyo because I couldnt sleep on the plane. Plus, you end up really tired (and annoyed) when you land, no matter the time of day.

  3. I hope I can figure out the sleep on a plane thing by Feb. I have a 28.5hr journey to Australia ahead of me. Last year I took a red eye to London (I’ve always wanted to say that) and after being up 25 hours I was a bit loopy. I could not figure out why there was this prison right in the centre of London. Big brick wall, lots of barbed wire, cameras. I suppose it is a metaphoric prison as it was Buckingham Palace.

    Looking forward to the clip.

  4. I can’t, for the life of me, sleep on a plane! And if I miss my window of opportunity when I get to my destination, it’s pretty much a guarantee I’ll be awake for at least 30 hours. Next time I have to take a longer-haul flight (ie: Toronto-Europe), I’m getting me some Ambien!

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