My radio show appearance has come and gone. I think I did OK -- I stuttered a few times, but I think it went well overall. The most surreal moment came when the radio show put my mother-in-law, Kay, on the air. Kay is with Rachel in Washington, D.C., this week -- along with all the rest of Kay's five daughters.
That's part of life's beauty, I suppose -- you think you're all cool and important because you're a guest on a radio show, then your mother-in-law storms on the scene to steal the spotlight and leave you in stunned silence.
As I mentioned before, I only prepared one joke for my appearance on "The Wedding Show," everything else was pretty much off the cuff. As a result, I was delighted when I came up with a line about Lucky Charms: "They're not just delicious, they're magically delicious."
But now that I think about it, isn't it disturbing that cereal makers are using the dark arts to improve their product's taste?
Anyway, I had a great time. I don't know if they'd ever ask me back, but I'd love to do it again. If you heard the show, leave a comment and let me know what you thought.