I woke up very early this morning and took a walk up to Union and Henry in order to get a proper everything bagel. Every weekend I try and get one at Le Petit, which would be convenient since its practically right next door, but never fail, they're always out. It was a lovely gray morning for a long walk, its always surprising to see other people awake on a Sunday morning when I'd typically still be asleep. I spent part of Saturday at City Stages in order to see in person the kids that are in the show I've been working on the past few months. Although I started out not really feeling much about the show, I really loved it by the end and I cannot wait for it to start airing so I finally have a show I've worked on that I would actually recommend watching. The basic premise is that we gave cameras to 20 kids from all over the US and they filmed themselves for about 6 months. Every one of the kids was distinctly different, yet typically the same. It was amazing to see all of them in one room running around playing with each other. It gave me the fuzzies inside. I've been feeling pretty "over" my career for awhile and it was nice to have a day remind me why I decided to work in television. Its no longer thrilling to see my name in the credits, but its fun to think that a show I've worked on may be worth spending an hour of your time watching.