May 02, 2013

Spring at the monastery

So many of my students produced cool videos this semester that I thought it was time to teach myself to use iMovie. Since my readers are always asking for pictures of baby sheep from the monastery I visit, I decided to make a little video about spring at the monastery, using photographs I've taken. I didn't want to use music that had a copyright on it, so I searched my iTunes folder and came up with a song that my father recorded. It features With-a-Why singing, accompanied by my father on tenor sax and Shaggy Hair Boy on the keyboard. So here you go — my attempt to make this blog a multi-media event!

 

9 comments:

Michelle said...

Very lovely. You have a talented family!

Rev Dr Mom said...

I love the song!!

What Now? said...

So sweet, and so welcome at the end of a long day!

L said...

I have yet to see the video. Now... my preferred video sharing platform is Vimeo, you should check them out!

jo(e) said...

L: It's not playing for you? I haven't ever had trouble with youtube before. It's used more widely than vimeo.

Kendra said...

Lovely. I was just thinking about the sheep at your monastery; I've been traveling in England and saw lots and lots of sheep and lambs from the train.

robin andrea said...

Such grand music to go with the lovely lambs and sheep. Really fantastic!

Joy said...

Wait, that's With-a-Why singing? He sounds so grown-up!

Jeff C. said...

Thanks for sharing this piece of joy. :)