It’s so hard to believe that I have been doing this YouTube channel and blog for nearly 3 months now.
What started as a spur-of-the-moment action, following the requests of Benji and Judy’s audience, has taken on a life of its own. For my part, I have learned so much about editing, uploading and vlogging. The whole process has become part of my day and this week was the first week that I managed to put up at least one video a day.
I still am confused about certain aspects of YouTube but, with patience, I am sure it will all make sense. This month I had a lot of learning around the Google Drive feature of putting up forms that the viewers can fill in. What I love about it is the great analysis they do of the results. Love those things!
The emotional roller-coaster of thinking my new kitchen appliances were going to arrive during the week was difficult. I could not believe how excited I got at the prospect of a totally matching set of appliances. It is strange to know that, in my lifetime, I have never had a totally matching set! I have always just replaced the one that failed. To counter the disappointment of the delay until this Thursday, I YouTube’d just about every video about the new appliances and that was fun. I also checked out the manuals of some of them. What did we do before the internet and Google?! It is just so easy to find these things today.
I had a long and difficult talk to the vet about Beaner and know that he will continue to deteriorate. It is so sad to know that he has no chance of healing from his condition. That all I can do is to manage his pain. He is still a youngish dog. Just 9 years old. He has responded well to the upping of his medication but still it is troubling to watch how he has so much more difficulty. Mind you, it doesn’t seem to stem his desire to jump on my bed at night and hog my leg room! I can just see that it is not easy for him to do. Apparently, his motivation to do so is greater than the discomfort.
To take our Balance Survey:
To take our Procrastination Challenge:
To watch the astonishing transformation of Beaner from abandoned to adored:
Lesson learned: How to put two audio tracks onto a video
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