Thursday, July 16, 2009

A Hell Hound Near My Garden

I took this video with my digital camera so it is silent. It shows the progress of my garden and Hell Hound rolling in the grass. The quality is not so good. I've never tried this feature on my camera, and I've had it for over three years!


Caity said...

Your garden looks absolutely amazing!! I giggled at Hell Hound.

Loren Christie said...

Hi Caity. Thanks.I'd give you Hell Hound as a wedding gift, but she might eat you and J.Then I'd feel really terrible. :)

Caity said...

Haha. :P
Either that or Hell Hound would eat our cat!!

As for the Find Me Elsewhere buttons, I use a service called DandyID. You enter all your profiles at their Website.

Then I use this Wordpress plugin to post it at my blog:

Maybe blogger has something similar to use?

Elizabeth Kathryn Gerold-Miller said...

That feature is great for catching little clips of the kids that you can send to family. My big veggie garden is pretty much a bunch of weeds right now, just like every year! The 4 little raised beds are doing well though.

Milk Man said...

Hellhound must be on the same diet as Milk Man!

Paula Schmitt said...

I've said it before and I'll say it again - you have a beautiful garden and a big fat green thumb - and your doggie is sooooo cute! Also, thanks for adding the MommaVlogs badge :)

Carla said...

Interesting video of your garden!! Your garden looks beautiful with the decorative stuff...

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