Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Ray Matsuda has been a church friend of mine for the past seven years. Last spring Ray told me about his experience as a young boy, put in a Japanese Internment Camp after World War II broke out. We decided to travel to Arizona and visit the place where he lived for three years, and I made this video...
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
My baby girl Chloe is five today! SHe has gotten a lot of attention here on this blog with the series of videos she's helped me make. I put together this little outtake video to show you how unintentionally hilarious she is most of the time. I love my little girl! Happy birthday, Chloe.... xoxoxo
Saturday, October 16, 2010
Wednesday, October 06, 2010
Monday, September 13, 2010
Connor and I are fans of our local UFL (United Football League) team, the Locos. I made this video to help promote fans to buy tickets to the first game. It was received very well, and has had a couple thousand hits since I posted it.
This is Chloe in our next-door neighbor's grass... I wrote it. Hope you think it's as funny as I do! :)
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Monday, December 14, 2009
My four year-old Chloe sang her first solo, a verse of "Away in a Manger", last night. She was terrific! But in Chloe fashion, before she starts singing, she says to me (I'm the guitar player), "What, dad?" Then after her song, she still wants the mic, and is given the bums rush by a teacher (look at her slow burn reaction). At the end, she decides to make a face, and by the lady's cackling laugh in the background, I swear I thought I was at Amateur Night at the Apollo. Chloe is my princess, so this will be treasured for years to come... :)
Tuesday, December 08, 2009
Our big news to share this week is that a video clip of Connor singing "Silent Night" in our preschool choir from two years ago will be played this Sunday night, December 13, 2009, on "America's Funniest Home Videos." I don't know why I didn't send it in last year, but it got in for this Christmas. We were actually a little disappointed- I think everyone wishes their video can make it into the top three so you can get flown out to California and be on the show, but although it is a very cute video (you'll see), it wasn't someone getting whacked in the head with a hammer, so it didn't make it to the finals. But, since it is the favorite show for our family to gather and watch together each week, we are nonetheless thrilled, and will be cheering and laughing. Check for the time it broadcasts in your area. It is an ABC show. We will be rushing home from this years' Children's Choir concert to watch!