being a guest on the howard stern show yesterday talking about WHATEVERLAND and everything else was unbelievably exciting. when i started broadcasting 6 years ago, i thought about the day that i would get to appear on howard's show... thought about it and then pushed the thought away because really, the thought of its actually happening was terrifying. it was terrifying because i was so painfully insecure and had zero sense of humor about it. 6 years later, through the therapy of broadcasting to how ever many involved phenomenal listeners (12-thousands?!) i can laugh at all (or most!) of my (too many to count) flaws. and a good natured ribbing makes me giggle. and 6 years later i was on howard's show. i was treated with respect and kindness and humor. and i savored every minute of it. through struggle comes many gifts. and i do my best to be aware of those gifts. a couple of years of struggle leading up to that 30 minutes with howard stern- GIFT! so i gush, but he deserves the gushing. and that gary dell'abate is a good friend. please check out my show if you havent on martha's channel 110 daily from 5-7pm edt... and thursdays i do the what's worth watching show with jon hein (and jd, and ronnie, and stevie brandano!) on howard 101. and i plan to be back on my treadmill streaming/making a video tomorrow... feel free (please please do!) to leave questions for me to answer while on the treadmill. im so appreciative of all the support and ridiculously kind words about my appearance yesterday. you are really nice to take the time to tell me. xo jenny
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