Ever done that thing where you hold a mirror up to a mirror, and the reflection seems to stretch into infinity? That's a little what it felt like today, as I chatted with our anchor Holly Bernier for a segment about this blog for APTN National News. I'm looking into that big electric eye through one of my own... just a little weird for me.
Juanita took some pictures for me while I was doing my thing at the Athlete's Center.
When I started doing this, the Iqaluit camera operator Jimmie Papatsie said, "I don't want to be on the internet."
Here is Jimmie from my point of view.
Here is Jimmie fixing my microphone and my shirt, making sure I don't look like a moron on national TV, as he always does.
and here we are from the point of view of people watching us, wondering who the heck I am talking to anyway.
Tune in tonight at 6:30 Eastern -- I'm still stuck in my own time zone mentally -- and see my interview, and see what the other reporters have been up to.... and from the sounds of things they have been up to a lot.
[Five minutes later] Now I know what they are up to. Dene-Za has a wrap-up of the first few days for you and Amos will be bringing you a very Northern, very aboriginal, very unique fashion show. If this makes me our online correspondant, does that make Amos our fashion reporter?