Not long ago, I had an unusual (for me!) day being interviewed on Cornerstone TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Arrived VERY early in the morning…
First step, hair and make-up overhaul. (What a treat!)
Everyone involved with Cornerstone was so impressive–totally genuine people. And so kind!
Last thing, I signed their Wall of Fame! I could’ve spent hours reading comments…
A lot more work goes on behind-the-scenes to produce a television show than you might think as a viewer. Being a part of it gave me a new appreciation for a cable station like Cornerstone and the people involved. They’re working so hard to provide high quality programs for you and me. And they’re doing it!
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