Christine O'Donnell delved outside of politics on Friday, sharing some personal details with Christian Broadcasting Network's David Brody.
During the fluffy conversation, O'Donnell told Brody that she would never go bungie jumping, but that she did like running, as long as nobody makes fun of her for being slow.
O'Donnell also said that she'd spend her last day with her family, and told Brody that she'd prefer to "meet [her] maker" spontaneously, rather than have advance knowledge that her time was running out.
Favorite TV shows? "Mad Men," "The Office" and "Masterpiece Mystery," O'Donnell told Brody.
O'Donnell also shed a little light on the intersection of her political career, her faith, and her media presence of the last few decades.
"I'm not someone who's always planned her life for when I run for office one day, obviously, or I wouldn't have said all those things on TV," O'Donnell said. "In the 90s I looked at all of those TV opportunities as a ministry opportunity, as an opportunity to share my new-found faith with a television audience that otherwise would not be watching, you know when I would go on 'Politically Incorrect.' If I were planning to run for office in 10, 15 years I would have been much more guarded, not that I regret anything I've said."
"God you gave me this desire, you gave me this desire of my heart to serve the people of Delaware, to go in there and be your voice in Congress," O'Donnell continued. "Help me here."
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