Here is another biking video I made for the Digital Cre8tor. I shot the video and edited it also. It’s really neat. Sorry the sound got taken out. :’(
Thought I’d share a walk through some words at a statue on ACU’s campus. It’s not something I can describe, or reproduce. You just have to take some time and walk through the area. Music by Bruce Cockburn: Sunrise on the Mississippi
Yesterday we were biking but today it is snowing. There isn’t enough snow to build anything so we just took pictures. We are working on a program called Digital Creator and we did the Digital Photography unit and here my best pictures.
I made a sideshow with most of my pictures
These are some pictures I took for a Digital Cre8tor project. Digital Cre8tor is a program tool that Caleb Mom and I are using to teach us about digital media (http://www.digitalcreator.org/digitalcre8or/) We were suppose to take some pictures of the snow and edit them. Being the guy I am I can NEVER edit any pictures I take otherwise they would be FAKE! These are my favorite UNedit
Latest one from ACU
Here are the biking videos I have put together over the years.
One of the CRAZYest trails at Silverstar BC
Trail with lots of jumps and stunts.
Smaller jumps than Pipe Dream
The biggest thing we are missing this Christmas in Texas is our family and friends back in the Northern US and Western Canada. As you can see from the photos we are still having fun.
Sometimes the best part of the Christmas the opportunity to read a good book over the Christmas break.
God takes care of the transplanted Canadians and sent us 5 inches of snow on Thursday morning and it stayed till this evening. Levi and Caleb made use of the cold and we have a snowball and sheet of ice in our freezer. We even had use and need for hot chocolate yesteday. Today they tried skating in the parking lot and they snowball bombed their Christmas Dinner guest from the balcony, although he had spotted them before his mom dropped him off. Our church canceled it’s Christmas Eve service due to the snow, and it’s a good thing…we wouldn’t have wanted to share a road with anyone yesterday.
We hope you had a meaningful Christmas. I was dreading it, but it became a time of quietness and joy and, yup, not too bad food either
A genuine blizzard hit southwest Texas and most of the rest of the central and eastern US. A picture of blowing snow isn’t news to most Canadians so I will include the pictures of the boys as they came back in from playing in the snow.
As you can see in the background of the above picture there is very poor visibility. At one point you couldn’t see much more than 10 – 15 feet. The biggest difference between a blizzard in Texas and ones back in the Canadian prairies is the temperature–at its coldest is just went down to just a few degrees below freezing. Because it isn’t that cold the snow sticks to everything.
Starting to look a lot like Christmas!
Yup. Some is actually on the ground and it’s suppose to snow for a couple more hours!. The boys aren’t up yet, but maybe the park will hold some snowmen today
Dwayne did me a huge favor last week. I don’t have many Christmas traditions, but one is pulling out Bruce Cockburn’s Christmas album around September. In an age of itunes, we’ve left all our cd’s in storage, so everything we listen to is via ipods, not cd players (my comfort zone). Not having many things familiar around this time of year, my lovely man downloaded Bruce for me and I’m a happy woman. There were two happy boys to, as they listened and remembered their favorite. The Huron Carol, Go Tell it on the Mountain, Joy to the World all hold a Christmas part in their heart. Guess it only takes 15 years of seasonal playing to get them on board for some unique Christmas music. ya!