My friend Annie and I were trying to come up with a name for the nasty piles of dirty snow that is leftover after all the other snow has melted. I think "skrow" should be the name--black as a crow, not quite snow.
Project 365: Video Edition - Elixir
The music really makes this one work as an ominous, magical scene.
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Our Women's Ministry director gave this Christmas ornament to me the Christmas after I first came on staff at the church. I used to have it hanging on my rearview mirror. It lasted a couple years at least. Then I brought it inside when we got a new car. For another few years, it survived the tree and being displayed on the mantel where the cats could get to it.
This day, my boy got a hold of the ornament and mistook it for a ball that could be bounced against the stone hearth. Yikes. Ah well. It's just stuff. (He DID feel very remorseful.)
Project 365: Video Edition - How To Seed a Cucumber
Another practical kitchen tip! This Project 365 thing is making a lot of useful videos as well as pointless ones. Guess there should always be a balance, eh? XD
Making homemade applesauce requires peeling a lot of apples. The sauce was excellent, the peeling was tedious. Might have to borrow Beth's apple peeler next time...
Project 365: Video Edition - Sunday Morning Snippet
Our teaching pastor is an incredible speaker with a quick (and humble) wit. I look forward to hearing him speak every Sunday he's at the pulpit. (And I'm not just saying that because I'm tagging him on Facebook.)
Project 365: Photo Edition - Extreme Digital Cinema
I took this the day after opening night for Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland at a brand new high-tech 3D theater. I used the landscape feature on my camera which takes three pictures that you line up as you take them. An observant person will notice that I goofed a little bit. :oP (Click the image for a larger version.)
Project 365: Video Edition - Slice of Credits
If you see Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, be sure to sit through the end credits. CGI fans will love it.
NOTE: I obviously do not own the rights to this stuff. But I assure you that this movie is worth paying money for--so go do it!