Monday, September 30, 2013

HGTV's House Hunters International in Cork

Finally!  I know it's taken a bit of time, but here is the HGTV House Hunters International episode ("Put a Cork In It!") featuring yours truly.

As a double bonus, you now know what I (kinda) look like -- I've gone natural since filming this, so my hair looks quite a bit different now.  More on that in another post, I hope -- AND my true identity has been outed!  No help for the latter, so gotta go with it.  It probably means I'll be a bit less forthcoming with personal info, but then again I haven't been posting that much lately anyway, so six of one...




7 comments:

Imen said...

Really lovely to meet you through this ep of House Hunters. Really fun. Best of everything here in Ireland! Imen xx

Sirmelja said...

Thanks, Imen! Glad you liked the episode. Ireland's still going great. No complaints :)

keisha said...

Saw your episode on a BW blog,did a search and here you are! I love women who are brave enough to try something new.
Kay

Sharon L. Kincaid - Wininger said...

Great show and loved your story.....
nckincaid@yahoo.com

Cara Mia said...

I just recently saw your ep on HH and rest assured you came across charming, funny, and very self-assured!

Sirmelja said...

Aww, you guys! @keisha, Sharon and @Cara Mia. Thanks for being so encouraging and boosting my self-esteem a bunch! :)

ebonywahine said...

I recently came across your eppie of IHH it is currently streaming on Netflix. since I am interested in living overseas in the near future, it was so cool to see a woman from US African Diaspora moving and making it work. Intrigued, I googled around till I found your blog. So, not surprised by the revelations related to how "reality" television actually works, but didn't expect the lengths that they go to to make it look like it is all happening in the moment or few days--weeks!

Anyway, I hope that things are still good for you and that you are indeed continuing on your quest to create a more capacious life for yourself. I still am holding the vision out there and working toward making it happen for myself.

Peace!