Monday, November 12, 2007

When the Show Is Over


The art show closed yesterday afternoon, and we all picked up our art. I picked up Sarah's sunflower for her. She did an excellent job (oils 14x11), and since it is in my possession for a few days, thought I would post it :) While closing the show, Jesse and I visited a little more with our art buddies. Jesse got lots of congrats on her People's Choice award. Then we headed over to see the Grand babies who have had colds this weekend. Jesse took the princess dress to GBN1. I tried to get a good photo of GBN1 in her dress, but it turns out that the dress is more of a World Champion Wrestling dress than a princess dress. Maybe since my son was watching football on Sunday afternoon, GBN1 thought she should play tackle. GBN2 is taking her first steps. She walks between the furniture and across the carpet to the kitchen where she changes over to a crawl on the slick hard floor. We did manage to get a great video of GBN2 walking and GBN1 tackling, but I cannot seem to transfer it from my Kodak EasyShare to my blog. If anyone can help with that, let me know. In the meantime, here is a photo of the three princesses playing in the floor.

5 comments:

Shelly said...

Glad the Art Show went well.. The picture of the girls is great.. I was just looking at pics and video's of my 1 year old neice and nephew.. What a hand full, better my brother then me...

Becky said...

The only way I know to get video onto a blog is to post it to a site like youtube, then embed the URL into a post. Blogger is supposed to have a video upload, but I've never used it. Good luck, I'd love to see it.

Jo Castillo said...

Sounds like the show was successful and fun. I know not about the video. Or little kids any more. Ha.

Later,
Jo

Buck Pennington said...

The two or three google/blogger vids (as opposed to the personal YouTube vids I've put up) I've posted have been posted directly from my hard drive, in the same manner as I post pics...i.e., click the video icon and then "browse," going to the directory where I downloaded/saved my video. It seems fairly easy, assuming I ignore my painfully slow upload speed, which took AT LEAST a half-hour for those small wind vids I put up...

Bag Blog said...

That is what I finally managed to do. My problem was getting the video from the EasyShare which not aptly named. It does not share well at all.