I started to make videos again. Below is all the videos from the trip I just got back from.
The 8 films are a total of 45 minutes of viewing.
I will make a blog post and post photos from the trip. I had difficulty flying out and you see that in the first two videos. If you click the link below they will all play in a row. You can skip over videos also. Don’t laugh at them…. they are cheesy and I made them using my iPhone and using iMovie inside my phone to edit and publish them to Facebook and YouTube while traveling.</p
You can open the menu in YouTube and go to any selected video to view.
A couple of weeks ago… the kids and I grabbed some paper and a pen and we each thought of 7 questions each and we would sit in front of a video recorder and say the answers. Some of the answers can’t be shared. Some of them we will…
In the summer of 2014… I thought it would be fun to take the kids swimming somewhere different and do a little challenge with them to see if they could get us there by themselves. I like teaching my kids street smarts and have them use their own judgement to problem solve. My kids need to know how to follow maps and read signs. They need to know how to cross the street without a traffic light. They need to know when it’s safe to cross.
Last year I went to Chasing The Cheese in PTBO and made some yummy grilled cheese with them picking the cheese and I made them and sampled each one to later reveal what type of cheese they gave me. This year… I did it again and went back to the cheese shop. This time… I thought I would shoot a little video about the little outing.
I enjoy doing this project and would like to do this the rest of my life to document it. I basically shoot a little bit of video everyday and I just use iMovie on my iPod to edit it up and release it every month. My son really enjoys the project and my daughter now wants to make a “One Second Everyday” project also. I enjoy making them. I would assume that they are pretty boring to watch. I enjoy them for the basic fact that I like to document life in many different ways and it’s also kind of neat to review them and reflect on the moments that are positive and not so fun to go through and all the little boring moments in between.
Autoplay: The YouTube preview below will play them all in a row from the beginning or you can click this link to see the breakdown of all the videos inside the project:
You can view my OSE videos broken down by Year:
2016, 2015, 2014 + theDon’t Tell Mom Serieswhich has some of the first videos I started making in 2012 after separating from my wife that I shot on my first generation iPod Touch and edited with the crappy Windows Movie Maker that was free on my computer. You will also find some separate little films that were not in my OSE videos. Anything made after 2014 was shot on my iPod Touch and edited on the powerful iMovie app on my iPod Touch.
Ball season outside is coming to a close. Last night the dew on the court made it slippery by around 7:30. Played for a hour. When I got there… we played some two on two. I wish I was playing indoors in a league. With work and my schedule being all over the place… I can’t join a men’s league. Hopefully I can find some good runs at the YMCA or over at Flemming at the Rec Ctr.