Monday, June 29, 2009 by Mariskova
A few weeks after, he called me when I was on my way home from work. Between talking and giggling (you'll never know if a male creature can giggle like he does), he told me somebody from the tv station would call me later. I laughed (again) and said OK. What could they possibly want from me anyway? And then, long story short, they did call. Long story short, I found myself doing an interview for them...
During the filming (being interviewed, walking here and there, posing like this and that), I was grinning all the time. I almost failed to hide my laughs. If I were fair-skinned, I was sure my cheeks were glowing red. And there were my colleagues, other employees, people I didn't know. Oooh, it would take a year to make them forget about it. For me, it was like... 'GOSH, now I know I wasn't born for this'. No wonder life made me a teacher and not an actress, no matter what some experts said that teaching is 90% acting and 10% skills.
Then, the program was aired on Sunday, 28 June, at 4 PM. Just in case you ask, I didn't record the program, but Papap took some pictures (of the tv monitor!). From now on, I will give some respects to those actors who can do things in front of the camera without even a little urge to grin.