I did spend the day shooting some webisodes in Central Park, but I didn’t have a trailer. No, it was more like it started raining and I had to stuff my purse in a trash bag and stand under an umbrella waiting it out. That’s more my style anyways.
We hung out there for a bit and rearranged some of the shooting schedule because of the rain. My first shoot was pushed back so they told me to relax and get lunch. I was super hungry by this point and wanted a great sandwich. I passed a few Subways and Starbucks, but I was determined to find a real deli.
Finally, I found a place and got the #22 – a turkey sandwich with hard boiled egg, veggies and Russian dressing. It was HUGE and I thought I would only eat half. Well, I apparently I was hungrier than I thought and completely polished this off no problem.
Finally it was my turn! My first webisode was about Running and Eating at the same time so I had to run behind a pedi-cab while saying my schpill. I looked like such a spectacle to people passing by. Oh well, it was fun.
We moved to a different location and I filmed the another segment with fun marathon facts.
It was super interesting things like…
Over 17,000 pounds of throw away gear are donated to local charities.
There are over 8,000 volunteers
60,000 Power Bar Gels will be handed out at mile 18!
and my personal favorite…
The average 140 lb. woman will burn over 2,700 calories during the marathon, which is equal to 10 pieces of NYC pizza!!!
Noted. So when you see me eating a whole pizza on Nov. 4th, don’t judge. I earned it.
My phone died so I had no idea what time it was, but we wrapped when the sun went down. The crew pointed me in the direction of my hotel and I kept an eye out for DINNER. Unfortunately, I didn’t pass any pizza places
I know I know, it is a darn shame that I’m in NY and I eat WF, something I could have all the time.
I noticed this on a park bench in Central Park. How perfect is this?!
Even though the pizza mission was a fail, I will get a good New York City bagel tomorrow!!!
See ya later