I took this video of Braden over 5 years ago – he was less than 2 years old. I am so glad I have taken so many photos and videos of him – this is like pure gold for me to find again later.
And frankly, I’m pretty sure that if you watch it, it’ll make your day just a little bit better. Make sure you have the sound on!
I must get my soul back from you; I am killing my flesh without it.
in you i see all
that is good and true in this
sometimes scary world
Drink and Click™ founder Juan Gonzalez and I had a great time on the show last night! We were joined by Guest Christopher Clements and Panelists Amalia Diaz, Joel Horwath, Natalia Stone, and Richard Miller (aka “That Dick”). Chris shared his knowledge and experiences with shooting film and got us all excited and thinking about trying it. If you’ve had questions about what it takes to get into (or back into) working with film, you’ll love this portion of our show, so check it out! And if you like “that’s what she said” jokes, this whole thing will hit your sweet spot … (say it with me, that’s what she said).
During the show, we unveiled the winners of the Drink and Click™ August Challenge: “The Four Elements”. Daniel Taylor (Austin – “Fire”), holger feroudj (Tokyo – “Air”) and Maki Silberberg (Austin – “Ice”) took 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, respectively. Thanks so much to our prize sponsors: BlackRapid, c’t Digital Photography, and Trey Ratcliff‘s Stuck In Customs.
Remember to watch us every month on the second or middle Wednesday at 9-30PM CST. Our next show will be on a slightly modified date due to Juan’s travel to Korea (lucky!) so keep an eye out for that date as it approaches. We think you’ll enjoy yourselves, and you never know who (or what) you might see on the show!
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There is an interconnectedness among members that bonds the family, much like mountain climbers who rope themselves together when climbing a mountain, so that if someone should slip or need support, he’s held up by the others until he regains his footing.