Hi - I was wondering if you'd ever considered doing a show or series on single parents suddenly finding themselves single parents and needing to move very quickly plus find a decent safe place to live on a suddenly very limited budget and being able to transform it into a loving and warm environment for the children who are already adjusting to so much. Watching your shows made me think it would be great if the same sort of professional guidance could be given to those people finding themselves as single parents and trying for a new beginning for their children - practically and emotionally.
I get HGTV through Charter Cable which has in its ON DEMAND selection some HGTV shows featuring black home buyers under the heading: Black History. Now, I salute HGTV for its diversity; no where else do we see upscale blacks and every one else in such positive ways. Please keep it up. However, black homebuyers are not black history. A better program for Black History Month would be one on Paul Williams, the architect, who during the jim crow era, created beautiful homes in the Los Angeles area for celebrities and ordinary people alike.
Hi I saw your entry and joined just to respond to you! HGTV actually does have a phenominal special about Paul Revere Williams!! It aired one year all February long. It was amazing. I hope they will air it again