Well, last night a bunch of friends came over and helped me watch my Quilting Arts TV appearances! Guess what? I don’t have 2 heads! PHEW! I didn’t talk too much over Pokey, and don’t think I talked too fast. I haven’t lived in New England 28 years, and I can still hear the Boston in my accent. I make lots of faces where I widen my eyes. I of course had no idea that I do this…but my friends and husband assure me that I sound and act exactly like that! 🙂
I had a guest post over at Scoutie Girl on Friday, where I talk about my pathway to this moment. If you’re interested, please click on over!
Ha! I knew it would all work out, can’t wait to see your segments, I am convinced you were totally charming! My husband insisted I watch my TV appearance (the same evening as the day it aired live) to rid me of any worries or doubts. I had no idea what it would look like and I watched from the kitchen, peering around the corner at the TV, LOL! Congratulations and wishes for many more fun quilting show/print experiences!
Yes, watching yourself on video is nerve wracking. (When I was a lawyer, I used to hate hearing myself talking back on the dictaphone too.)
It’s funny how we are not conscious of our own mannerisms.
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Cute bag, Candy! Glad to know you don’t have two heads, lol. It’s HARD to watch yourself on video – I’m sure you did great!
Can’t wait to watch and glad you finally did!
Told ya that you did great!
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