My 3 boys and I

October 21, 2008

Responding to your dear comments – taped 2

Filed under: Uncategorized — by my3boysandi @ 5:25 pm

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I just saw Letis comment – awwwwwwwww  thanks

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8 Comments »

  1. I love your video, Jen! And you have a nice voice! Listening to you is like hearing my former boss (he’s a New Zealander too) talk. He’s a great guy and he even gave a nice recommendation on my LinkedIn profile. Bless him!

    I think this is a really creative thing you’re doing with posting via YouTube on your blog. And… I have a bloggie award for you: http://tinyurl.com/butterflyaward 🙂

    Comment by Alice Teh — October 21, 2008 @ 7:37 pm |Reply

  2. I’d bet your homeschooler and my 13yo son would get along famously. He’s very interested in drama and has done a couple of plays with the youth group at our corner church. Do you use the term “break a leg” to wish good luck when actors go on stage? Not sure if that’s just an American saying or world wide.

    we do 🙂

    Comment by Jen — October 22, 2008 @ 4:26 am |Reply

  3. You are so techy savvy, Jen. I don’t think I could do video blogging, but you do a super job.

    I love your certainly-NOT Australian accent. But I admit, I love theirs, too. 🙂 And my fave sexy NZer is Phil from the Amazing Race. Is he popular in NZ?

    At first I wasnt sure how to then I clicked
    I use my camera on recording mode
    and then put it onto UTube and then on to here
    thanks

    Phil isnt really popular here

    Comment by Gretchen Hanna — October 22, 2008 @ 5:34 am |Reply

  4. I suppose if you heard me speak you’d think I was the one with the accent, LOL! Though I am told that even among the various American accents, and having lived in the South all my life with its distinctive accents, people don’t think I have an accent.

    Yes, the Amazing Race was in Auckland this last week (they were there earlier, I’m sure, and just showed that segment Sun. night) and Phil-the-host’s dad was the native NZer who greeted the teams as they vcame in — pretty cool!

    I dont watch the Amazing Race but how special to have his dad greet them

    Comment by Barbara H. — October 22, 2008 @ 8:36 am |Reply

  5. I just love this video-blogging. It amazes me how much you can fit into 3:25!
    I love hearing you speak…and no, you don’t sound like an Austrailian! lol

    Your HomeSchooler sounds like he is very artistic….I bet drama will be wonderful for him.

    Hope you are feeling better and that your eyes are healing.
    Have a wonderful week!

    thanks Jess
    I hadnt thought of My Home Schooler being artistic but I suppose he is 🙂
    thanks but I have actually done something to my back now 😦

    Comment by Jessica — October 22, 2008 @ 11:48 am |Reply

  6. I am practicing Jen! Before you know it I’ll be speaking just like you;)

    Love hearing about Mr. Wonderful and your homeschooler. My 12 year old would never willingly participate in drama club. All the children did do homeschool choir and did 2 performances last year, but that’s it.

    Please continue to vlog, because I LOVE it!

    I will 🙂
    My Home Schooler said he had to be forced to at school in Auckland but once he got into it he liked it
    and hes kinda of a comedian at times 🙂
    and likes it when people like his sense of humour 🙂

    Comment by Misty — October 23, 2008 @ 3:54 am |Reply

  7. You are very welcome!

    I am really enjoying your video updates, very cool.

    thanks Leti 🙂

    Comment by Leticia — October 23, 2008 @ 9:12 am |Reply

  8. That is so cool that your homeschooler is involved in a ‘secret’ drama! Fun for the kids and fun for the parents when it is performed!

    Comment by Melissa Markham — October 29, 2008 @ 1:44 am |Reply


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