A Youtubing Vlogger. Does that sound right? Should it be a Vlogger who Youtubes? Anyhow, it’s heaps of fun.
It’s early days yet, I am getting the hang of it all. I use Movavi for editing all the interesting moments in my life.
Most recently I took the perfect opportunity to video my friends and I drinking very dead wine that had been unearthed from various wine cupboards.
I took my camera, my phone, a very dead red and a lot of bravado – which was handy, because despite appearances on the night, I really wasn’t sure how a video camera would impact the ‘casualness’ of the situation. ANYHOW, Here are a few of the videos from the night:
Before I left at the end of the evening (because I have two beautiful children who need me home sober), I heard a lovely female friend saying “That’s Stephen! HE is our wine night photographer!” That’s all I heard, which is probably good, my head was already having trouble getting out the front door.
It was a fun night mostly because I hadn’t seen some of those people in about 4 years. I took a step back from it all just before my first son was born. But he is a few days away from his 4th birthday – so I have rejoined the rest of the world. Sigh. My 15m0 son is beginning to latch onto Dad, so I shudder at how long this freedom will last.
So I am slowly becoming a Daddy Vlogger. I had planned a different Youtube existence, but this is lots of fun!
Now I post videos from our regular visits to places where parents can enjoy coffee before chasing children: Zoos, Wildlife Parks, and Westfield playgrounds. South Australia has many of these, but we most like the Cleland Wildlife Park.
Expect to see a lot of videos where I have fun giving animals and park furniture a tourism-description or amusing-myth.
That’s all for now. I need an outro – the new in word that has the opposite meaning to an intro(-duction). Maybe this can be it.
- Be good to your parents, eat your veggies, brush your teeth, and enjoy your day.
Hey, that works!
Oh, my blog won’t end suddenly. Yes, it has been a while. But now that I am talking to camera, I have stuff to say again. My mind is open to whole lotta new subjects – thanks to the power of the camera!