Thanks for the advice, but more over, thanks for modeling the protective head ware. I particularly liked the helmet. Nice.
I still say you are a hoot. The shades and hard hat are so you. A true fashion statement to say the least. I really think you have something here. There are companies out there that are probably willing to pay big bucks for this Safety Video. Really I'm as serious as a rooster in heat inside a hen house. The special effects were killer. Reminded me of the old Batman series where they would turn the camera at an angle and make the room tilt. This was way cool. Now I remember what it was I forgot at Zellers...Depends because I just about peed myself watching this!You should be proud...a job well done.
I got a little dizzy when the camera went sideways, but other then that--I hung on every word about outdoor safety. EGAD--woman--you are insane!!! No wonder I adore your blog!
I am dying here! Dying! You are so funny! And....until now, I thought my licorice bucket was enough protection. Eeeep!
Hi Grandma K...and I will say this to everyone who chose to see the video.. I am not normally a nut case but for some reason I needed to let my hair down yesterday..and play. I hope I didn't offend anyone with my language....
Curtis I think Ellen would have laughed her ass off at this one. I still miss her.
Hahahaaaa....Well, I LOVED it! You did Great at teaching us about the dangers of working in the backyard AND working in bed...LOLOLLoved the technical terms...Bast**d and F**k say it All!! Terms, of which, I use Often!!Hahaaaaa(((HUG)))ENCORE!!
You've got more guts than I do, Joan!
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