• “House Hunters”… Behind The Scenes

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    If you’ve been reading my newsletter, you know we’re going to be on the next season of “House Hunters,” a show that has been running on HGTV for over a decade.

    The show is detailing our transition from a smaller home into one that will hold our rapidly growing family — wife, 2 daughters, 1 son, myself… and maybe even another future son, if things work out as planned! :-).

    So needless to say, having more space in the next home is a pretty big deal and on top of the list.

    Believe it or not, it takes 5 full days (9am to 5:30pm) to create an episode. I thought doing our hearandplay all-day video shoots was strenuous… but reality tv is no joke!

    The crew is an absolute pleasure to work with. They’ve even given me tons of tips and pointers for my own projects. In fact, one of the cameramen let me hold his $65,000 camera! I was like, “Are you sure you want to trust me with that!”

    Because of the questions they asked, I think this show will reveal a lot about our journey… not only as high school sweethearts, but where we started and how far we’ve been blessed to come. I can’t wait to give you a definite “Air” date! (Update: The show will air on HGTV Monday, October 24, 2011 @ 10pm e/p. Check your local listings).

    If you watch the show and are familiar, please tune in! If you don’t, check it out anyway. It’s a really neat show, following couples that are looking for that next home. And this season, I’m told they are switching things up a bit so I can’t wait to see what they come up with. Must be at least 15 hours of footage to scavenge through… ya’ll know I talk a lot!

    Show debuts: Monday, October 24, 2011 @ 10pm e/p (check your local listings for details)

    Take care,

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