What you see is what you get
1. I have now given up all hopes and dreams of ever becoming the Anchor of an evening news cast, or the beautiful hostess of an early morning talk show.
2. I talk too fast.
3. That alternative diet needs to work faster (or I need to actually do alternate days instead of alternate hours)
4. I now have evidence to sue the company that produces my wrinkle cream. It isn't working.
I cannot tell you exactly how much time I spent editing, filming and re-filming this presentation. But if you will add up the time on the video clip itself and add...
oh about 1 minute to find the camera,
1 more minute to try to get the tripod legs to stand up (A not completely successful endeavor, I must say),
and one 30 second trial clip to make sure I wasn't talking with only my left boob -- because that's the one that's reconstructed! At least it looks better than the other one, which the doctor did try to "lift", but without much success. Is this a run-on sentence?
Anyway, if you add up those times, that's the total time spent on this project upon which the rest of my blogging career rests.
(Okay, I lied. I ended up having to use Windows moviemaker because the format of my camera is MVI and this spot takes avi format. Or something like that... I think?)
Because if after this video, my blog readership goes down, I shall be devastated! And you lurkers out there -- I do at least have your number in my site meter -- so after I have opened myself to world-wide ridicule with this video, you can at least make some little comment.
Like: " You Poor thing. I will come over here and commiserate with you daily!!"
This is a little like walking out of doors naked. Except don't even ask. That is NOT my next movie.