Monday Afternoon: Heading in our ride to Inside Edition. Already I felt pretty emotionally spent. It had been an early morning, and we were focusing on the intensity of the accident. I could not get "the look" out of my mind. My heart felt like it was bleeding with sympathy for Nick, but at the same time, OVERJOYED that I am alive. We arrived at the studio and passed security (whew!) and up we went in an elevator to meet our next adventure. We were escorted into a TINY room with a camera. Our lovely interviewer shook our hands and immediately made us feel right at home. The only other people in the room were the camera man, and sound guy. Intimately nestled in this little room we began our interaction. Our children were sitting in 3 chairs behind camera, with the cords to everything at their feet. In the middle of the interview I peered over at my children. Maguire was under the chairs rolling around, plugging and unplugging every cord. My sweet children were bored out of their little minds. Luckily this was different than the Today Show because it wasn't live, so I could stip and talk with the cute munchkins, and Nick and I could talk and talk and talk. If we wanted a "re-do" we did it. For over an hour we chatted. Then in a blink of an eye we were done. Next thing we knew we were off to Central Park to take more footage, and to let my poor kids RUN and play! This was done quickly and we felt strongly that IE had the best of our story, at least the most complete story.
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