Screenshot from today’s Huff Post Live conversation

Just this morning Bob said that he’s been feeling grateful for our near foreclosure and bankruptcy because it’s had him feel stronger and more connected to the impact of our financial decisions. 

Later in the day, I received an e-mail from a Huff Post Live producer – completely out of the blue – asking if I would be interested in coming to the studio and talking about the silver lining of foreclosure.

Totally bizarre, right? Such serendipity.

So I quickly booked a babysitter and headed to Beverly Hills to the Huff Post Live studio to talk about my personal experience with the upside of foreclosure. It couldn’t have been a better fit.

The conversation was inspired by a piece written by Peter S. Goodman titled Foreclosure Crisis Spurs Quest to Reinvigorate Suburbs, which was inspired by the MOMA exhibit Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream.

Did any of you get to see the MOMA exhibit?

Here’s a link to the Huff Post Live segment from today– Thank you, Foreclosure

If you watch, I hope you’ll comment either here or on their site.

And just a head’s up, I don’t start talking until about 9 minutes in. Hard to believe that I held off that long. But it’s hard to jump into those conversations. I kept waiting for an opening… This was my first time on “TV.” There is so much more I wanted to say! Hopefully they’ll have me back. It was so much fun.

I hope you enjoy the discussion.

And what about you, dear reader? Have you experienced the silver lining of foreclosure? If so, in what way? Please share in the comments below. Thanks!

 
 

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