And if you were watching and supporting us,
thanks for making our weekend on HOCHANDA
such a stonking success again!
Didn’t Tina Cox do a grand job on Sunday?
In case you aren’t familiar with Tina, she is to my mind,
one of the most creative, talented people I have ever met.
And have you seen her paper cutting?? Sheesh!
Just for a split second at the start, when the camera turned to her,
I saw that terror in her eyes, that I am oh so familiar with.
Being in the public eye doesn’t come naturally
to either Tina or myself, but we do it because it is far and away the most effective way to speak to folks about our products,
and demonstrate what it’s all about.
But the momentary flicker was all it was, and as soon as she got into her immense knowledge, then she was in total control,
and very comfortable.
And then –
DIDN’T SHE DO WELL ????
Once she got into her stride, she was away!
The pace was perfect, the camerawork was second to none,
(thanks to Christine the Director)
and Alex. I love Alex.
Her positive energy is infectious,
and she is beautiful both inside and out.
What you see on TV is what you get off air.
No ego – just upbeat freshness.
Much like Tina actually.
And dear Paul was in the background the entire time,
helping us swop sets, change products art samples around,
and generally had the whole gig under control.
I came home after the 9am show today because I haven’t felt well all weekend. Nothing terminal; just a bit nauseous and fluey.
Slept a little this afternoon, and feel better already.
Paul took over for the last show, sold the rest through,
and was right behind me homeward bound!
We can safely say that the official marriage of Groovi and Pergamano on HOCHANDA was a resounding success.
I was particularly happy with the new A5 poetry plates.
If you’re into parchment art, then these are a must have.
Tomorrow I will blog a step by step,
but today, I need an early night