Growing a new skill, part 2

The job is done.

I don’t believe it’s too bad a job ether. Not perfect, but what is?

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  1. April 8, 2021
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    Ohhhhh! That was soooo wonderful. Just to hear your voice once more after all these years filled me with joy, and oh I do need some joy in my life. I loved the fact that I could hear nature. The birds, the wind in the trees, the water trickling in the brook and the sound of the ground crunching beneath your feet.

    I don’t know if you can access Brit TV over there but there have been a series, or two, of “winter walks” on BBC4. Filmed using a hand held 360 degree camera. No annoying background musak Just the sound that you would hear if you were there. That is what I miss so much. Not only am I locked down, I’m just too damn frail to go walkies anywhere these days, and I really did enjoy nothing more than a ramble along the country lanes and pathways.

    Do please Please PLEASE continue to explore your video making.

    • April 8, 2021
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      Oh, Nev, it’s so very good to hear from you. I’m sorry that the news isn’t good though. We still don’t have a tellybox and the rotten old Beeb won’t let us use the iPlayer but it does all give me more time in which to explore my little world. I shall continue to push my boundaries and to make video even if only just for you, my dear friend. I thank you for the wee shove. I have a forthcoming prompt to address “Where I live” and this is why I wanted to tackle video. I plan a walk around my village to share with anybody interested. I am all the more determined to make that video now. Once we come out of lockdown again I may try documenting some of our travels with video. Really wish that I had thought of that when we were in Brittany because Brittany was stunning. I must get some photos uploaded soon xxx

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