Wednesday, October 12, 2011

This Should Be Interesting....


13 comments:

Kelly said...

Very cute... sorry about the accident... hope the job goes better... have fun with both the human and doggie little ones... and I think my next blog post will be a video blog post... much easier than typing...hugz!

AJohnP said...

I agree...it is SOOOO much easier!

Blobby said...

It's amazing how easy video blog posts can be. I never set it up, I never rehearse or practice and just run w/it. I should do more.

You did well. Don't worry there.

Of course EXTRA points for hearing Scooter's nails click across the floor before he jumped up in your lap. He's so frickin' cute!!!

Nik_TheGreek said...

awwwwww... Scooter looks so lovely and he's camera shy!
Sorry about the accident.
Welcome back. :-D
Nice to see you 'live'

Cubby said...

Yay! Nice vid, John. You sound just like I imagined. And you are way cuter than Scooter.

Ha, I rhymed! I'm a poet and didn't know it.

Erik Rubright said...

Awesomeness! Now those of us who live far away know what you sound like! ;-)

diatribesandovations.com said...

I enjoyed your video blog! Sorry about the accident ... glad you're ok. Scooter is a cutie!

Ur-spo said...

I loved it!
I enjoyed hearing your voice/hearing your thoughts.
I hope you do some more.

RG said...

Nice Vlog. Now grow your beard back. LOL

I enjoy doing my RGTV posts - infrequent as they are.

BosGuy said...

Loved the update and how you changed it up with the video. I posted a couple video or vlog posts over the summer with the "Low Car Challege" from ZipCar, which I enjoyed once I got over the fact that my voice sounds so damn different when I can hear it played back to me.

Amy said...

Am I horrible for imagining you all 'Dukes of Hazard' with the door? Haha....which one are you - Bo or Luke?

Scooter could not be more adorable the way he just leans on you! omg.

(WV = hatin. ROFL)

cb said...

You bang your own face. Heh heh!

And I adore scooter!

Will said...

It's really a whole different and much more personal experience to have you on video. And Scooter's segment at the end proves the old piece of advice to actors: NEVER work with children or animals. What a scene-stealer!