A productive couple of days
Once again, I have another “yesterday, today” entry.
Still, I have good news for both days. Two videos posted for each day, and that is an accomplishment.
Yesterday, I covered an open house sponsored by United Methodist Homes in Tunkhannock. That one was unexpected, and therefore spontaneous. I just happened to be driving by, saw what was happening, and decided it would be good to cover it. It’s always good when you can make something unplanned into something useful.
The second was the Woofstock event at Lazybrook Park. There were lots and lots of dogs with their owners, and everyone loves dogs.
I also decided to put that one to music – “How much is that doggie in the window” by Patti Page. It never ceases to amaze me how much better the appropriate music can make a video. I was very pleased with the results.
Today, I first covered the Nicholson Bridge Celebration in Nicholson. At first I was going to just give it a lick and a promise, but when I saw everything I decided to devote more time and footage to the event. Turned out pretty good, in my opinion. Now if only more people can like it as well.
The second was the Monarch Butterfly release at Creekside Gardens. I knew that one was going to be spectacular – so much so that I decided to make it the new “hook” on my “What’s New” section of the homepage.
I planned a third video today – it was at the Dietrich Theater and was a preview of the new Ken Burns television special on country music. Sadly, I got there late, and after I viewed what I shot, decided it would be too confusing to make a video. Such is life.
But still, what I got is very good. By keeping up the videos and other presentations, I’m hoping to continue generating more and more interest in the website, as well as my youtube account. And I’m see some results. It’s not much at the moment, but maybe, just maybe, it will lead to bigger and better things.
All right, lemme see, lemme see. I know I’ve a bad joke in here somewhere. Ah, here we are:
Question: What do you get when you cross a six foot tall kangaroo with a sheep?
Answer: You get a woolly jumper!