I'm pleased to say that my first television appearance went well. The folks on WBRE's Morning Show were wonderful. They made me feel right at home, and I really enjoyed the experience.
Yesterday when I spoke to Ben, the producer for the show, he briefed me on what I needed to do. Not knowing exactly what to expect, I made sure that I packed a lot of jewelry supplies, tools, and samples. We were taping live, so it's best to have more items on hand than not enough.
I arrived at the televsion station at 5:45 a.m., and Ben escorted me to the studio. It was fun to watch Kristi, Eva, and Doug interact with one another both on air and off. They all have such great chemistry.
Kristi Capel and I talked about jewelry making for the first two-minute segment, and I showed her some jewelry samples. As I was getting comfortable, it was time for a commercial break. My second segment didn't start until approximately 6:40 a.m. In the meantime, I enjoyed watching what went on behind the scenes. There was a lot of energy in the room.
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