Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Read All About It!

I promise I am working hard on my ‘How the Heck do I Keep Grocery Prices down?!’ blog post, but I am too excited about my newest upcoming venture to keep it to myself any longer!

This vlog is only about 2% fancier than the last one (I found a free video editor on my computer!) but I worked all darn day on it, so I refuse to spend any more time trying to fix things that perhaps just aren’t in my ‘vlog editing skill set’ quite yet.  I will continue to try to improve by leaps and bounds with each one.

You’re just lucky I didn’t do a ‘spin out’ transition after each word I spoke and psychedelic rain storms with the background sound of  ‘Elongated doorbell 2’ in between each segment.

It was tempting.

To any mamas reading this, I probably already have you on my list of moms to harass until they agree ask to do an episode.  If we don’t know each other in real life and you would like to be an interviewee, please leave a comment on this post and I will contact you.

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3 Responses to Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Read All About It!

  1. DarleneMAM says:

    Good luck with your new series.
    I am an empty nester Mom (new this year) and I think some of the struggles you mention — feeling valued, contributing more than being a Mom, financial choices — are ones I struggled with raising my kids beginning in the 1990s. Decades pass, but circumstances and situations haven’t changed all that much. Just the names of the women.
    And I’m really glad you didn’t do a psychedelic spin transition or anything; I would have upchucked my tea…not pretty…

  2. Darlene –

    Thanks! You know, that is so interesting to hear. It’s not like I didn’t realize that women have always had to make different choices than dads to some extent, but the dialogue these days makes it seem like parts of it are new or different.
    Would love to do an episode with you in order to hear your perspective!

    And yes, tea to the keyboard = never a good thing. 😉

  3. I am so proud of you! This is awesome! I commented on You Tube, which thanks to you, is my new obsession!

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