Judson's Legacy

I Made A Deal



So much of my blog is about the frictions in life: the struggles, brokenness, pain, and wrestling that occur within.  This is where I feel most called to write.  However, it does not and cannot express the whole of me and my experiences; often the fun, the joys, the triumphs don’t necessarily find their way here, likely giving a skewed perspective to those who only know me through my blog. 

So today, I am simply posting about silliness and fun.

I mentioned in a Thankful Thursday that my friends Sarah, Laura, Krista, and I randomly ended up accepting an invitation to be in the audience for the ridiculous game show “Let’s Make a Deal.”  What I could not reveal at the time was that I was actually chosen from the audience to participate in the show.   My time wheelin’ and dealin’ with Wayne Brady can be found in the fifth segment about 24 minutes into the show and you can also look for my friends in the audience.  Here is a link to the episode:

If you watch it, I’d love to know whether you think I made a good deal or not?  You can post a comment here.


Eyes that See & Judson’s Legacy Update 

  • I will be in the Loma Linda Broadcasting studio all day tomorrow, Monday, May 17th, filming two episodes sharing Judson’s story on Life Unplugged TV, a satellite talk show for young adults.  I will keep you posted as to when the episodes will air and would covet your prayers for God to work mightily in and through that time!
  • Judson’s video will be shown and I will be the keynote speaker at the Drive Fore Hope in Camarillo, CA this Friday, May 22nd, benefiting the Hunter’s Hope Foundation.  Tickets for golfing, the dinner & presentation, or both are still available if you live in the southern CA area and would like to support this life-saving cause!
  • The documentary of Jud’s life is in post-production and will actually be complete in June.  The first viewing of the film, titled Judson’s Eyes, will be at the Talent One Media Film Festival.  All are welcome to come see the film and support this cause-oriented event.
  • Eyes that See was listed in the What to Read section of the nationally acclaimed OC Family magazine and we have many other exciting things happening with the book down the pike.  We will continue to keep you posted!! 

Thanks for caring!

7 Responses to "I Made A Deal"

  1. Christie says:

    So fun, Christina! You are too cute.

  2. I think you made a great deal!! A very wise choice. 🙂

  3. Laura says:

    I think you made a great deal! $1500 on Rodeo Dr can probably buy you 1 or 2 outfits that you can wear to a specific somewhere. While the $600 is straight up cash you can use for a variety of things! Good choice, and what a fun experience it must have been!! 🙂

  4. I think you made the right choice. $600 is $600! And it was guaranteed. That’s too much money to just take chances with. I think I would’ve done the same thing.
    Hope you had a great time!

  5. Kelly Brown says:

    You absolutley made the right "deal"…you don’t need anything to help "beautify" you…you are already beautiful inside and out!!! And $600.00 is nothing to sneeze at!! Looks like you had fun…and really that is what is important here…right??
    Hugs, Kelly

  6. I think you made the best deal! I would have taken the $600 bucks too! I suppose it might have been fun to do the shopping spree – but then again, it might NOT have been fun (I sometimes find shopping more stressful than refreshing)…besides, $600 bucks is $600 bucks 🙂 So glad you shared.

  7. Diane says:

    You made a good deal!! $600 all for you… for anything you want! What great fun. And like someone already said, you are already beautiful!

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