Vlogs

Introducing… Vlogs!

So, late to the party as usual, I’ve dipped a toe in the waters of vlogging. “What is vlogging?” you ask (is it even still called that?). It’s basically just blogging on video rather than in print.

At this point, I’m just making brief (under 10 minutes) videos from time to time on whatever topics strike my fancy. I’m learning how to do this as I go, so keep your expectations for production quality, and everything else (except the theology!), low.

If you follow me on Facebook or Twitter, you might have already caught the first two videos below. The third one hasn’t been released until now. It’s just for fun. If you’d like to subscribe to my YouTube channel, you’ll find it here. Enjoy!

 

 

3 thoughts on “Introducing… Vlogs!”

  1. Thanks for sharing a bit of your life in the South! It’s funny that you call all carbonated beverages “Coke”. In Southern California we would say ‘soda’ if we were intending a catch-all word, but most of the time we specify exactly what we are talking about, “Diet Coke, root beer, 7-up….and one that’s become popular lately is La Croix, which is carbonated water with natural fruit flavoring but no sweetener. My daughter introduced me to it, and another Millennial in the store told me, “It’s like crack! There’s nothing, nothing at all in it!” Ha-ha! My son said it’s “so disappointing” because it’s pretty light on flavor and not sweet. I actually like it quite a bit. It’s sold in aluminum cans. I have grapefruit and mango on hand right now. Satsuma sounds good! I just planted two satsumas in pots in my Spanish courtyard. There is a tangerine La Croix too, which my daughter says is good. You have an interesting little hobby!
    I keep telling myself I should visit our local once-a-week, open-air produce market sometime, but I don’t often pass by it so I forget. I guess that’s What phone alerts are for 😀

    As for church, since we finally left our church of seven years, after leaving my church of 41 years, we are trying out lots of different churches. It’s kind of interesting to see what’s around. We visited a couple of Christian Reformed Churches, which takes me back to my family roots and reminds me of my earliest childhood days in the church. I’ve been quite pleased with the sermons, doctrine and passions of these pastors. The churches are much smaller than we’ve attended but it’s kind of nice. There is less time spent singing and more time preaching. The songs all have solid lyrics that I’m comfortable singing and they still sing hymns more than our former two churches. That I like. For now, we are missing out on the sort of interactions you mentioned in your latest video since we are just attending the services while looking, but I always like to chat with someone and meet the pastor. My husband has to work sometimes on Sunday now in his new position at work, so I’m doing most of the exploring with my sons.

    Enjoy your balmy days, summer’s a-comin’ ! We are in our “june gloom” period, where we have overcast weather in the mornings, or like today, it lasted all day. This is a mid-May-June weather pattern leading into summer. I’ve been in Georgia in July, so I know what you’re up against. No thanks!

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