Hello. People keep asking for more videos, so I did one this morning. Off the top of my head, third attempt, not polished, very basic. Not at all like Scott's videos, he is very good at it. Mine are just thrown together, I run out of things to say towards the end, and waffle a bit.
I had a little pop up box on the corner of the computer screen today. It's very useful when I get notice of visitor activity on my yoootooob channel, I can go over there and see what someone has posted, and reply if necessary. I also get notice of any activity on Scott's channel because I subscribed to him. He left a message there for me, and I copy it here because someone suggested that he starts a blog. I fully understand his reason not to, it is very time consuming, and he hasn't the time. Anyone can subscribe to his yooootoooob channel, so if you are interested in his work, please do that.
I had a really busy day yesterday but just rechecked your blog this morning and saw that you published my comment so thanks for doing that but I wanted to get back to you here too. I can see that you put a lot of work into your blog and have a real talent for that type of thing. I really appreciate the comment above where one of your readers is interested in my progress. I've thought about doing many different social media type things like a website, a blog, facebook, instagram, twitter, etc. I think about how I want to spend my time each day and really the most important things to me are woodworking and painting. And right after that shooting videos and editing. By the time I do all of that and work to make a living (I'm an eBay seller and buy and sell all types of things including art) I'm exhausted at the end of each day. For now I don't see myself expanding to any more social media platforms. I can tell that you must put a lot of time into your blog and that its a passion for you. Thanks so much for sharing my videos there. For now I'm going to stick with youtube and try to show all the work I can on here. And it really means a lot to me that people halfway around the globe are interested in what I do. It really gives me a good boost of energy and inspiration to keep going :)
Right, I've been to town. I went to the bank and handed back my debit card and asked for a new one, without the contactless bit. She tapped a few keys on the computer and said a new card would be sent in the post. I dropped a bag of stuff off at the Age UK Charity Shop. I stocked up on cat food at the discount stores, and did a small Aldi shop. Now I have to go out and do my walk. It was raining earlier but has stopped now.
Thanks for popping in. Have a nice weekend. We'll catch up soon.
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