My Bradshaw Bunch Experience

Recently, on December 1, 2021, I had a TV appearance on The E! Network’s TV Show The Bradshaw Bunch. Given all the comments I've received from my clients and friends, I’d like to share with you a little background information about my experience of being on the show. As some of you might know, I have also previously appeared on Bravo's The Real Housewives of Dallas twice.

I was grateful to be invited to appear on both of these shows, which required me to film real time sessions that took anywhere between one to two hours each, even though only minutes were actually used in each episode. That is a common. During the filming of The Bradshaw Bunch, I filmed in two different locations in one day and the entire process of filming on set and traveling between locations took all afternoon.

While filming with Terry Bradshaw’s daughter, Erin and her husband Scott, there were many fun moments and some tender teary moments too, just like it might be when I’m doing a session for one of you and your beloved animal companions. We communicated with animals in the physical and also some animal friends of Erin’s that had transitioned. I left their home feeling so uplifted. We had a wonderful session and it went exceptionally well. I felt so good about what was captured on camera in Erin's session that I thought to myself, “Yes! This is what I want to share with viewers on our animal communication show!" And I believed this session would be portrayed differently, more true to the actual events that took place. How could they not show Erin genuinely connecting with her beloved animal companions who transitioned? It was so beautiful and touching. There were tears of joy shed!

The second location where I filmed was at Terry Bradshaw’s Horse Ranch, specifically his Mare Breeding Barn. From the moment I met Terry, I recognized that he had a huge, playful and even mischievous spirit! Honestly, even though I may not have shown what I was really feeling on the screen, Terry was a handful with a lot of wild energy to manage! We talked to his favorite 1,000+ pound cow, Lucy, who was very friendly until Terry got her all riled up and she started to play rough with me. Lucy backed me into a corner with her ‘playfulness’ and I had to ask Terry to help me out of the situation. I did notice that when Terry let Lucy out of the 10 x 10 pen to roam freely, all of the staff and camera folks backed WAY OFF! Did they know something about Lucy that I didn’t know before I enter that closed-in pen with her, lol?

As I left, Terry kindly reached to hold my hand and even gave me a gentle kiss on the cheek. He may have a rough and rowdy exterior at times, but at his core he's a big softie and a complete gentleman.