Tonight's 10 p.m. wish: That I could find a way to personally and adequately thank everyone who helped make this past Friday night so unforgettable. Family members came into town and joined\u00a0my dearest friends and\u00a0Riley Children's Foundation colleagues\u00a0in celebrating the release of my first book. "Know When to Run: Lessons from the Diary of a Gen X Mom"\u00a0was a labor of love that has been helped along the way by SO many great people. It was incredible to see so many of them gathered in one place! (The diary-style book documents my final year in the television news business, and my family-inspired decision to take a leap of faith in to a new career.) I\u00a0am happy I had chance to thank\u00a0these amazing friends and colleagues\u00a0at Friday's book release celebration in the James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home Visitor Center. I will surely never forget the smile on Riley kid Mickey Deputy's face (and the smiles she inspired in our guests)\u00a0as she helped me during my mini-speech.\u00a0Mickey was the first Riley patient I interviewed after leaving the news business and joining Riley Children's Foundation. She embodies joy. It was a joyful moment for me to give\u00a0Indiana's "Miss Amazing"\u00a0the first officially signed copy of my book at the party! It will also be a joyful moment when I turn in\u00a0a portion of the proceeds from each book to\u00a0Riley Children's Foundation\u00a0- a small way I can say thank you to the organization that has given my life such a wonderful combination of balance and purpose. I'm also excited to share the first in a series of video blogs about the book, thanks to J. Rich Media and Songbird Media Group - check it out! Thanks so much\u00a0for helping me share posts, and for supporting this project!