I said yes. (We checked with our bosses about conflict of interest. I'm not on camera.)
Then Thursday night I stayed up way past my bedtime -- til 10:30 p.m.! -- making soaps and candles to show that side of our beekeeping adventure.
She came over this afternoon, though there was a chance of rain.
Mark thought it would pass by south of us.
|Watching the sky|
Once she got him hooked up with a microphone and the interview began . . .
it started sprinkling.
But we pressed on.
Then the sky opened up and it poured. We grabbed all of the camera equipment and rode the 4-wheeler back to the house. We were drenched from head to toe.
Amy looked like an orphan wearing my clothes while hers dried.
She filmed Mark in the honey room.
She is going to have to come back next week and film again. Originally I was going to be in the B-roll of the hive inspections, but now I'm not so sure. ;-)
On the positive side, I have several candles and bars of soap I can sell.