Saturday, March 27, 2010

On Set Reaction Video


I was getting something from the kitchen when Cirelle came in yesterday. I heard distant noises on the set, thought she was hurt. Rushed in and saw she was seeing the window treatment installed on the set for the first time, grabbed the camera. Click photo title to see it.

11 comments:

  1. I can see exactly why Cirelle is so excited! The curtains look brilliant! Did I see a spiniing wheel in a corner too? Ben

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  2. Thanks, Ben! YUP! Lookie at the post about the spinning wheel! (top part here:
    http://notesfromhalfland.blogspot.com/2010/01/three-special-gifts-for-halfland.html )

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  3. I don't even get that much enthusiasm when I put up window treatments in the bedroom!

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  4. heh heh heh, Bethany, I think the problem is you haven't got a Cirelle! EVERYONE needs a Cirelle of their own!

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  5. Shelley is toooo kind. Really all I do is sit around, hold things when she says "hold this" and nod my head. And admire the beautiful results. Shelley is a wizardess.

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  6. How totally fun!!!! They do look great!

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  7. HA! So funny, Cirelle! Not true! Your being here makes a HUGE difference and your ideas are fantastic! Looking forward to Girl Friday!

    Thanks, Marcie, HON!!!

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  8. I would have given the same reaction if I had a chance to be there to see wonderful Halfland! You are sooo lucky to have an art partner like Cirelle.

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  9. Ha!

    that was a cool peek into halfland.......So cool to go in with the camera.

    jriggity

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  10. Oh, Yaz! I'd love it if you could be here in person! Wouldn't that be fun?!

    Welp, we'll have to blog visit each other instead. Which isn't so bad! It could be so much worse! Like what if we could only exchange slow paper letters over months or actually never speak unless we lived near by?! What a time we live in!

    Thanks, Justin. Can't wait to get it together and on film. I'm going for grabbing some talented film school students over summer break for reals. But they'd have to want to help someone who knows less than them. So that's really more like charity service rather than an internship. Better rethink.

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  11. Oh, yes. What a time we live in. Having blogs, visiting each others, emailing, messaging... I think we are so lucky as a generation has seen both. I remember having a pen friend from Japan when I was around 15. There was no internet (and no computers)at all that time. We have all had a chance to experience this miracle.

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