Waiting and ready to go on-air! Of course I waited around 15-20 minutes even though I was told I only had 4… At least it made time for selfies like these!
They never took a break from the opening scene and went straight over to recording me! That threw me off a bit! I thought there would be a cut break, but they just dove right in. Debbie went straight ahead and asked me personal questions about how I came to love crafting and then I went ahead and did the craft demonstration (which can be found here). It all went so fast, the next thing I knew she was asking how people could find me and it was over! I was so grateful I didn’t have to do another recording!
And there’s my story.
We’ll see what becomes of this, but for now, it was a great experience. I believe it’s always good to do things out of your comfort zone every once in awhile. One should never get too comfortable in his life so he’s never building his character. That’s why we go through hard things – to become better people. Which was one reason why it made sense for me to do this: so I could grow in a way I would never want to! and take advantage of the free advertising. (Because, let’s get real here.)
So, moral of the story, if you ever get asked to go on TV, just do it!