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Welcome All! I'm a dreamer, I hope you are too! A Posse ad Esse, or From possibility to reality, is a general state of mind. I hope you'll share your possibilities with me as I will with you. Namaste~

November 19, 2008

Video Retry

Alright, let's try this video thing again. This was what I had planned to post up last night but couldn't. It's been put together from a couple of clips so excuse the flow of it. It's been a long time since my video editing classes.

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I have to say I was surprised at a couple of the reactions to the garden pictures from last night though. I guess I don't think of it as all that small anymore. I mean it is small, relatively, but since I've begun to see how much is possible on a small plot, I realize how much potential I have available. I also wanted to clarify, and the video will as well, that a good part of the garden beds that were in the bottom picture weren't even there this summer. They are completely new. So that 500#'s of food came from even less space than I showed you. It is possible!

Hope you enjoyed the clip. As a matter of fact, I'd love to hear your feedback on the videos that I've been putting up. Do they help? Are they worth the effort? Do you absolutely love them and want to give me my own TV show???? (Hey, it could happen?!?)
Take care all.
P~

FYI :: If you haven't had a chance to get over to the Simple Green Frugal website yet, today's a good time to check in. I just posted an article on frugal decorating.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I do like the video's. Being more visual myself i learn better that way. Thank you for given us a tour. I really look forward to the awakening of the garden videos too!!! :0) Now about a nice tv contract.......tp

Mary said...

Thank you for the video! It's so nice to put a voice to your words :-)

How large is your yard overall?

Eva said...

I loved it too...and it was fun to hear your voice. We've recently moved, and I'm starting a garden all over again. Lots of work, but your site gives me inspiration when I need it most! Thanks.

Barb J. said...

I just found your blog via your post at Simple Green Frugal. We started "homesteading" on our 1/3 acre in a city about a year and a half ago. It' great to find someone else who does this in an urban area! We also have chickens and gardens, and are expanding those gardens every year. The video was great, keep it up!

Sandy said...

Hi Paul,

The videos are great. Keep 'em coming!

Sandy

Anonymous said...

Paul,

Thank you so much for a tour of your backyard. I love this! I am going to have to talk to my husband about doing some video stuff on our blog. It is fun actually seeing everything up close!

Thank you for taking your time and doing it for all your readers.

~Renee

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