Hello friends! I hate to admit it but my craft area is a disaster, even my friend Kathy O. (not to be confused with Kathy J of the Marden’s Haul) said she hadn’t seen my craft room this trashed before. Well, I let Kathy see my trashed room, what’s a couple thousand more people right, here it is just in time for What’s on Your Workdesk Wednesday:
Normally I would not let a sole see my studio in this state but I had a lot to do and no time to tidy when she came over to help me film Ask A Crafter today. To say I lost track of time would be an understatement, we always lose track of time especially when we are crafting or talking about crafting (or drinking tea and flipping through magazines about crafting) and today was no exception, we got pages and pages of questions (which we answered all of them) and pages of comments (I only picked a few to read) and we filmed about 2 and a half hours of footage! What do I do? I don’t want to cut out any questions but asking people to watch 2 plus hours of video to hear their question is a lot. Any suggestions? My husband thinks I should pick 10 questions and call it good but I feel bad leaving anyone out. Hubby is also amazed that anyone watches the 45 minute shows LOL! Maybe I should use a stopwatch and limit my answers to a minute, I could give my co-host a taser and they could shock me if I go over LOL! Hey, then I might not have to curl my hair hahaha! I am getting ready to slap the segments together and upload my video now, I think I will put it in two parts to make uploading more manageable. Also I think I might look into the shock treatment idea, it would be an incentive plus more people might want to co-host with me if they know they can zap me if I get long winded. So the question is for those of you who WATCH Ask a Crafter should I limit my questions, set a time limit for my responses or keep it as-is and let it run as long as it goes? I really want to know! Thanks for your input and Happy Crafting!