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Fox & Friends: Celebrating Easter Every Day

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Last year this time, I appeared on Fox & Friends to talk about how a person can celebrate Easter every day. But my mind wasn’t on the resurrection of Jesus. I was worried the puppy they sat in my lap was going to pee. Here’s the tape if you want to see the puppy I’m talking about.

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  • Tom

    Cute puppy but I was hoping to see you squirm a little (snip) but I guess the cameras went off at that time (anticlimactic).
    I remember reading in the Big Book of AA that manic depressive alcoholics are the least understood by their friends and that entire chapters could be written on them. I found it ridiculous at the time (how could anyone even fill a page in regards to my life?) but when I read and learn about fellow neurotics and OCDs I can see how this would ring true. My thought process is totally whack and I seemingly have no control over which tangent my mind will follow next.
    Thank you for sharing.

  • http://community.beliefnet.com/doxieman122 Larry Parker

    That was an absolute classic of live TV, Therese. (And my whole family watched it with me in, um, wonder!) But when you’re talking about a morning show, dogs beat deities every time … (sigh).

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