Wednesday, December 5, 2007

A Special Birthday Gift!

Hello Bloggy Friends! I hope you're having a great Wednesday.

So, I have learned over the years that the greatest gift we humans can give one another, in this life, is a little piece of our personal time. To me there is no greater gift than one that says "I took time out of my day to think of you, and this is what came of it."

Yesterday I received such a gift and I want to share it with all of you today!

Some of you may have already seen the comment Bloggy Friend Bill left on my birthday post, and the video link he sent along with it. I didn't actually see it until yesterday morning but when i did I must say it completely made my whole day! I felt like I had my own E! True Hollywood Story!! Bill was one of my original Bloggy Friends. I always look forward to the comments and feedback he leaves on my posts and have enjoyed getting to know him through email and the sharing of various videos and such. We have a lot of the same interests, and seem to have a very similar sense of humor. Let's face it, he's a flat out silly bitch! He has a serious side too, however, as is evident in some of his masterfully made videos on YOUTUBE. You will find that he has quite a colorful, interesting history.

The sign of a true artist is one who can help you to experience a whole gamut of emotions. When watching this video I laughed, I almost nearly thought about crying, I got chills, I was inspired, flattered and quite frankly I farted.

Thank you so much, Bill, for the video. It was so great. I hope it's ok that I post it here for all the other Bloggy Friends to see.

Enjoy the heck out of your day, friends!

Love, Josh


TrainingtoTri said...

shoot I didn't get to watch your video last night and I was sooo looking forward to seeing you again as a teenager!

A trainer is a device that you put your bike on and it holds the back wheel so you can ride your road bike indoors. Spinning class is all well and good, but it doesn't really mimic how you feel when riding a road bike and sitting on a road bike is tough work and takes time in the "saddle" to get used to the seated position, it's not comfortable!

Thanks for the nice comment yesterday, I know your right!

Casey said...

This video was great... A work of art indeed.

bill said...

I'm so glad you enjoyed the little video. I had so much fun making it. We've had a rough week here otherwise, and doing this video accounted for the only really joyful moment. Wardrobe by Gary!

And thank God our bathroom is finally finished and there is now a radiator where I was sitting during the video!

TrainingtoTri said...

Oh my gosh I love this video, what a great friend you have there. too funny!