Sunday, January 4, 2009

Ole Jim, my mule!

Thanks to my friend, Michelle, I finally figured out how to get videos on my blog!!! Richard bought me a camcorder for Christmas! This is something that I have wanted for years so that I can video the boys and we will always have the wonderful memories on film!!! :) I did a video of our Christmas this year and have already burned it on DVD. It turned out really nice.

So here is just a little video that I did, just to see if I could get it on here!!

This is my big baby JIM, the mule! I have rode him everywhere for miles around, we also used him to pull out some of the logs and beams for the house. He is such a pet that he just runs loose around the farm. He is also spoiled with special treats. Of course he picks grass all day, eats hay, and sweet feed but he gets little treats from me....he loves to eat honeycomb cereal, fruit loops and animal crackers!!!



I'm sure you all are giggling over my accent!!!! :) I didn't realize how country that I sounded until I heard it myself!!!! :)
Kristie

13 comments:

rachel griffith said...

i didn't find a thing wrong with that accent.
maybe it's because i sound the same way.
lol.

i love jim.
i wanna feed him homeycomb!!!

rachel griffith said...

i mean honeycomb.

Amelia said...

So enjoyed the video...you sounded great to me...no accent that I could tell.

Have a great week!

QuiltedSimple said...

Oh I love Jim!! And I didn't notice an accent at all - sounded good to me! How wonderful that you got a camcorder for Christmas - I love mine.
Kris

Michelle said...

I loved the video, Kristie. Bring on some more!
Michelle

Rhonda said...

Way to go! I'll still learning. Take care!

Cindy (aka Peony the House Elf) said...

Oh I loved the video of Jim and I didn't think your accent was all that bad at all. Keep those video's coming.

craftycherry said...

What do you mean!! Gorgeous accent!!! You should hear mine!!\Cherry

Crazy for Primitive Quilts and Gardens said...

Love the accent... definitely a midwesterner here... no accent at all (unless you are from somewhere else, lol)

Sara said...

love the accent. And Honeycomb? We had a horse that ate peanut butter crackers. loved them.
He seems so sweet and loveable

Guðrún said...

This was fun. I don´t know how country accent sounds like :) You sounded fine to me.

Maureen said...

I loved your video and Jim! You have a beautiful accent...it does not sound country to me either. I hope you are doing well and have fun with the camcorder!

jillytacy said...

Great accent! It was nice to hear your voice after following your blog/ The video was neat, Ole Jim is sweet!