Rules Of Videoetry


1. Use your own photos and/or video.

2. Use your own poetry or words to describe your


3. Use your own musical creation, or if you use

someone else's, do NOT exceed 30 seconds.

Who wants to make a cute videoetry of these items to post on my site? Hmmm? That would be fun!

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Happy Holidays From Videoetry!

Merry Christmas, All!

The holidays are barreling down on us and I couldn't let them pass without sending my card to you.  It contains a compilation of shots I have taken in my home and in my community.  There is also a song I recorded with my son. 

May your holidays be peaceful, merry, and bright!  Happy New Year, too!

Hope you enjoy "Merry Christmas From Videoetry"

Ciao for now!

Sunday, November 27, 2011

"Segue On An Autumn Road"

Hi All!

My videoetry for today is another first!  Three Youtube channels that I follow contributed video, photos, and music for a videoetry I put together about life and autumn roads. 

Sean Rutkowski with laketahoeweather, who was my first non-family contributor, is back with some great fall video footage around Lake Tahoe.  "Autumn Notes" music from donniemusicchannel and Don Sanders, adds the perfect haunting backdrop for the piece.  Then, great macro photography from ithree6mafia rounds the videoetry out.  Voila! Another videoetry is born!

Autumn is my favorite time of year and I've always loved how the trees seem to give this great gasp of beauty and energy before they "die" for the winter.   Where are you on life's road?

Ciao for now and hope you enjoy "Segue On An Autumn Road".


Friday, November 4, 2011

"Sailing" - A New Collaboration

This is a post in arrears on probably one of my favorite videoetries, "Sailing".  It is a meditative piece AND it is a collaboration using video footage from Sean Rutkowski at LakeTahoeWeather on YouTube,  music from, and my poetry and video editing. 

Lake Tahoe is such a beautiful place and Sean's lovely footage around the lake makes me smile.  Thanks, Sean, for sharing!

I love working with folks to create these videoetries. Feel free to share your photographs, video footage, music snippets, and poetry.  Or better yet, make your own videoetries and let me share your work on my channel as well as yours. 

Hope you enjoy "Sailing".

Ciao for now!

Friday, October 28, 2011

An "Autumn Moon" Is Rising in This Collaborative Videoetry!

Today, I introduce my second videoetry which I collaborated with someone to create.  Courtney Bowman, a fantastic photographer who is only a high school senior, shared this photograph with me to use for my "Autumn Moon" poem. 

Embracing the concept of the line "Removes the colors from our sight" from the Moody Blues song "Nights In White Satin", I had created a poem.   The videoetry required a cool shot of a moon in the fall and I happened to remember this photograph from Courtney's photo album on FaceBook.  It was taken in the fall of 2010. 

Not only does this photograph hold the requisite full moon, but it has one tree with full green leaves and yet another which is headed toward nakedness.  A perfect representation for this particular time of year.

Hope you enjoy "Autumn Moon" on Videoetry.  Many thanks to Courtney for her photo!

Ciao for now!

Thursday, September 29, 2011


Today, I feature my first collaboration with someone other than family. In this videoetry, beautiful sunflowers are celebrated in footage provided by LakeTahoeWeather's Sean Rutkowski. I was honored that Sean offered his video footage for me to use in videoetries. There is more of his lovely footage from the Lake Tahoe area he shared with me, and I hope you will check back to see what other videoetric delights we can come up with!
Add to the mix, a fantastic tune from  There you can download free music to use in your videos.  I look forward to exploring more of Dano's tunes for future works.
I hope you enjoy "Sunflowers".
Ciao for now!

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

"Prayer for Texas"

My recent trip to Texas found me scootin' through the back country southwest of Dallas, meeting nice folks, and gaping at the expansiveness of everything.  People still smile there even though the ground is thirsty. 

Many said they were sad that I would see their land in a drought, but I still saw the tenacious beauty that is Texas.  I offer this prayerful videoetry in hope that rain will return soon.

Hope you enjoy "Prayer for Texas".

Saturday, September 3, 2011

"Ode To Tahoe" and Labor Day Weekend

Happy Labor Day Weekend, Folks!

Today I reach back into my photo collection and use photos to create a videoetry about Lake Tahoe.  Wish like heck I was there!  Tahoe is currently in the throes of summer's last breath and will probably see the first snows soon.

fabulouslaketahoe made a comment on my "Shenandoah" videoetry on how beautiful it is up there in Virginia.  When I remarked to him that he lives in the most remarkable place, he commented that you have to work around stuff.  True, but that's true anywhere.  Even places like Yosemite have touristas everywhere getting in your photographing way.

I know I have eyed a huge bunch of these beautiful, yellow flowers at my kids' bus stop.  I keep fussing at myself for not bringing my cell phone to get a shot of those flowers in the early sunrise light.  They're at the end of our drive and next to ugly blacktop, but I bet I'll make them pretty!  If I do get some shots before they die, you'll be the first to know.

Finally, I dedicate this videoetry to two of my subscribers who a) live in fabulous Lake Tahoe and b) follow my videoetries.  I truly appreciate you laketahoeweather and fabulouslaketahoe!  Hope you enjoy
"Ode To Tahoe".

Ciao for now!

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Quick Trip Yields Gorgeous Views and "Shenandoah"

Hi All!

Ahhh, a little trip to the Shenandoah River valley in western Virginia is just the cure for my little videoetry drought.  What amazing views from the valley, but to experience Skyline Drive that winds down the spine of the Appalachian Mountains?  Whoa!  I highly recommend it. 

Shenandoah National Park has a $15 per car fee, but it gets you to hiking trails, Skyline Drive (which is nearly 100 miles long), and a ton of overlooks.  We started at the top at Front Royal and drove to the bottom.  If you can't hang for 100 miles, there are many exits along the way you can use to leave the park.

I used the acrostic form of poetry to spell out "Shenandoah" (click to see video).  Hope you enjoy my latest videoetry.

Ciao for now!

Sunday, July 31, 2011


This poem took two funeral processions to get written down.  It is a reflection on that very sad part of life - death, and the Southern way of honoring the dead as they move to their final resting place.  People in the rural South pull their cars over for the dead and their mourners - a tradition lost in urban areas and other parts of the US.

As I said, it was written in two parts - it first came to me on the long drive from the funeral home to our family cemetary where we buried my grandfather.  It revisited me two months later as I was driving in my husband's aunt's funeral procession.  I managed to jot it down without running over the car in front of me. 

Please click here to see "Blink"

Ciao for now...

Saturday, July 9, 2011

"Five Flats In Cut Time"

Another poem inspired by a prompt at Poetic Asides, "Five Flats and Cut Time" is about a moment for me when I was NOT paying attention.  If you know anything about music, time and key signatures are awfully important.  If you miss what they're telling you (as I did :) ), it can sound AWFUL!

You can also scroll through at and find this poem read by me among others.  This neat site from poet, Buddah Moskowitz, allows one to exercise their vocal skills and read your poetry as if you're at a poetry slam.  Hey!  I miss Teen Poetry Happens @ The Bean during the summer.  I need something!

Hope you enjoy "Five Flats and Cut Time"

Ciao for now!

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Step Back In Time To Celebrate July 4th! was only a year ago that our family went on that marvelous vacation out west that spurred on videoetries!  Today, I thought I would highlight our Lake Tahoe section of the journey as that's where we spent the 4th and 5th of July last year. 

According to Fabulous Lake Tahoe's blogspot, Lake Tahoe's fireworks are rated at 6th best in the country.  After seeing them, I would say definitely so!

My husband and I both wrote poetry about the fireworks.  Then, I created videoetries for both. 

Hope you enjoy Brent's poem "Twice The Show" 

Happy Independence Day!

Friday, June 24, 2011

"Lost in Enchantment"

Hi There!

I'm proud to launch this videoetry that was inspired by a poem my son wrote while traveling in New Mexico last summer.  Trying to find our way on the Mile High Road from Santa Fe to Taos, we kind of got sidetracked (OK, lost).  My son decided this would be the moment to launch his poetic musings.  Ha!

In case you don't know, New Mexico is called the Land of Enchantment.  Hence the name of his poem.

Videoetries may be sparse over the summer as it is when I am the busiest with summer reading at the library.  Why won't some of you come up with video snippets?  Remember the rules above and get creating!

Ciao for now!  Hope you enjoy "Lost in Enchantment"!

Friday, June 10, 2011

"Goodnight, Little Girl"

Hi There!

My videoetry for this week was inspired by a poem I wrote for Poetic Asides, an online poetic community to which I regularly contribute.  The poetry prompt for that week was to write a reality based poem without metaphor or simile. 

Since this incident truly happened and my "little" girl has left the building (OK, so I CAN'T completely get away from metaphor), I thought the poem fit the prompt quite well.

The photographs of her come from our wonderful vacation out west last year.  Hope you enjoy "Goodnight, Little Girl"

Ciao for now!

Sunday, May 29, 2011

"Purple Haze" and we're not talking Hendrix!

Oh, but the teens like this title!  Jimi Hendrix still thrills the new generation. 

This poem was written about a gorgeous wisteria vine that was adorning a fence in front of a beautiful home in Charleston, SC last year.  Our family was there for Easter (see "Lonely Palm of Folly") and I imagined a war between the fence and the vine. 

The poem is published in the 2011 edition of The Lyricist poetry magazine.  Campbell University sponsors the statewide poetry contest and puts out the winners and honorable mentions in the magazine each April.

Hope you enjoy "Purple Haze".

Ciao for now!

Saturday, May 21, 2011

"Sedona Cross"

This poem was based on a real incident while traveling in Sedona, Arizona.  I wrote it as a concrete poem shaped in a cross, but this videoetry has the actual photograph I took of the butte with the cross on it.  The shadow created went away by the time I finished hiking around Bell Rock just up the road from it.  Hey!  It was a Sunday morning.  God wanted to remind me he was with me!

Please enjoy "Sedona Cross" !

Ciao for now!

Saturday, May 14, 2011

"Lonely Palm of Folly"

Hi All!

I love Charleston, SC and all the islands and communities around it.  While my family and I were waiting in a very long line of traffic to get to Folly Beach last Easter, I noticed a beautiful palm tree soaring above everything else in the marsh.  It occurred to me that the palm had probably survived things like Hugo and many a lightning strike.  I mostly wrote this poem as my family frolicked on the beach that very day. 

The poem has been published in The Lyricist, a poetry magazine released through Campbell University.  Hope you enjoy "Lonely Palm of Folly"!

Ciao for now!

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Don't Get Stuck in A Rut

Unless it's in a beautiful canyon on Lake Powell that is! 

Hi All!

Today's videoetry features photos from some of the side canyons off Glen Canyon in north central Arizona.  The bath tub ring as they call it is quite prevalent in the spring as the mountain snows hadn't made it into the resevoir yet. 

Mix the white ring with the "Navajo tapestry" of manganese and iron oxide painted walls and crystal green waters and you have yourself a photographic feast for the eyes!

Ciao for now!

Saturday, April 30, 2011

A "Crystal Road" Less Traveled!

Hi All!

Today's videoetric offering (how's that for a new word?) is from a poem I submitted to The Lyricist - a statewide poetry magazine produced by Campbell University.  I gave them three poems and they are publishing two.  This one didn't make the cut, but I have a videoetry that's been waiting to be published.

I have videoetries ready for the other two when the Lyricist folks give me the OK to put them out there.

The poem was inspired by a drive home in pristine snow.  (No one else was crazy enough to be out in it!)  The photographs are from around my house when snows and ice have come for a visit. 

So here goes "Crystal Road"!


Friday, April 22, 2011

Happy Easter With Beautiful Desert Sunsets

Good Friday to you!

Since we have now come into the spring season and Easter is almost here, I wanted to post this videoetry with gorgeous desert sunset shots.  Again, Arizona amazed me with its beauty.  I would never have imagined such amazing color in a desert setting.  Very moving!

These shots were taken near Cottonwood, AZ and on Lake Powell.  I was dining with friends who live out there (lucky folks!) at the Wahweap Marina when that brilliant pink one turned even the lake pink!  Whoa!

The poem is about self reflection which I was able to do while putting around for hours by myself with the wind in my hair and the feast in my eyes.  OK, so I romanticized it a bit.  I was in a Corolla with the AC on - not a convertible! - but you get the picture. 

Have a blessed Easter and enjoy "Painted Desert".

Ciao for now!

Saturday, April 16, 2011

"You're So Vein"

Hi Again,

No, it's not that I can't spell, but it is a play on words. 

This poem came to me last October as I was flying back from Denver.  Looking from the plane to the river valleys below was interesting.  They look like capillaries, but of course, rivers and their tributaries work in reverse.  Instead of bringing fluids to the bitter end, that's where the water collection starts.

I didn't have a decent camera with me to take photos of the river valleys in October, but as I was flying to Phoenix last week, I shot these. 

Thus completes the videoetry!  Have photos, music, and a poem and we're dealing!  Remember, if you have any material to share, I would love to see it.

Ciao for now!  Click here to see "You're So Vein"

Friday, April 8, 2011


Hi There!

Have you missed me again?  Sorry to take so long to get another videoetry in the works.  It's been a busy month so far. 

Have had a smashing good time in Arizona and am sad to leave tomorrow.  Back to humidity and Southern skies.  Hey, that isn't all bad!!

Sedona has jumped Yosemite for my favorite place on earth (though, to be quite honest, it's a close race...).  I have created a videoetry to show you just a few shots from that beautiful place.  The color and the enormity of the rock formations there are awe inspiring. 

Hope you enjoy "Sedona"...

Ciao for now!

Monday, March 28, 2011

Where Have You Been, Danny Boy?

I feel like I've been missing!  OK, so I have.   Sorry... Life comes at you fast!

I had to put something out there, so here you go!

I snapped this shot off a webcam I follow in Yosemite.   In the sky above the mountain, a cloud looked like a hand.  Was thrilled to catch it at that moment. 

I'll be in Arizona next week and cannot wait to see what shots I get out there.  Hope I'll wax poetic as well. 

Ciao for now!

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Love The Beach!


Today, I have joined a Global Education Collaborative.  It is my hope that I can encourage folks from all around the world to get creative and share their world through videoetry! 

Hopefully, they will peek in and see what I am slowly putting together.  And contribute to the channel as well!

Remember, I do not wish to take anyone's work as my own.  YouTube is a free service and I encourage people to create their own channel.  Then, let me know about it, so I can pull your channel into my playlists.

It's all free and who knows?  We might find the next Nobel Poet in Africa or the next Sir Steven Spielberg in Japan!  Create!

Here is a videoetry I created about beaches with footage from the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.  I hope you enjoy "Days of Beach"

Ciao for now!

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Go Heels!

Today, I feature a videoetry called "Kansas".  Long story short, our family was in Colorado and heading for Rocky Mountain National Park.  We stopped in beautiful Nederland, CO and a man there at the visitor's center said it would be a perfect day in the park . He said we would be able to see all the way to Kansas.

This shot of my daughter is one of my favorites from our trip. I decided to use this videoetry to demonstrate my love for my alma mater - UNC - as well as for our extraordinary coach, Roy Williams. Videoetries can go in ALL kinds of directions!

Tonight is the big Duke game.  No matter what happens, win or lose, we are blessed to have Coach Williams!  Go Heels!
Click here for "Kansas"


Friday, February 25, 2011

"Put My Tears In Your Bottle"

Sorry to have not written in so long.  My computer caught a bug earlier in the week and spent a few days in the shop.  Thankfully, my videoetries remained intact.  I was sweating bullets~!

Today, I feature a videoetry inspired by one of my favorite books, BLUE by Joyce Hostetter.  Set in North Carolina in 1944 during a raging polio epidemic, the novel has a marvelous lesson about perserverance. 

The words are the chorus to the song.  The carnival glass in the videoetry is a nod to the bottle collection discussed in the book. 

Please feel free to bookmark Videoetry in your favorites or subscribe to the channel.  I would love to have you aboard!

Enjoy today's videoetry


Monday, February 21, 2011

It's Monday...Need a "Lift"?

Happy Monday to you!

First, I would like to invite you to bookmark or subscribe to my blog!  And/or the YouTube Videoetry channel!   It would be an honor to have you on board.

Today, I thought I would dig back in the archives and highlight one of the first videoetries I posted.  It doesn't even have my fashionable tag at the end of it, LOL. 

When my family and I arrived after dark in Driggs, ID, we had no idea that behind our hotel, the Tetons were standing guard.  And we didn't know that on that weekend every year, they have a huge balloon festival right behind the hotel.  And we didn't know our room was on the back of the hotel.

So, imagine if you will waking up to huffing and puffing balloon furnaces (or whatever they're called), looking out the window to see humongous, multicolored balloons expanding in the early morning light and, beyond that, the Grand Tetons outlined in the sunrise.  Serendipitous to say the least!

I squealed in delight and called my mother - thankful they were 2 hours later in the morning back East - to tell her what I was seeing.  And this little videoetry - with photography I know by my husband - lets you in on what we saw.

Ciao for now!

Friday, February 18, 2011

Remembering There Will Be Light...

Hi There,
Today's video I dedicate to my Uncle Larry and my good friend, Greg.  Both of them lost their wives within a week and a day of each other and it has been very hard on them - and, as you can imagine, on all the rest of us as well. 

It's been a bit since I uploaded a new videoetry.  With everything that's been going on, I didn't know if I was in the right frame of mind to create.  But believe me!  I was working on some and found in my sorrow, that they were very cathartic. 

Today's videoetry - "High Cotton" - was a good one on which to work lately.  Even though I wrote it last summer about thunder clouds from the airplane, it is a great metaphor for tough times like these.

Poetry eases the soul...and Videoetry adds the kick...

Have a great weekend!

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

A New Kid In Town...


There's another videoetry person on board and I am honored that she allowed me to share her stufff. Her YouTube channel is EvaWilliams1988.  Here is her first videoetry  I have tried to add it to my Playlist on the Videoetry site, but this is a direct link. 

It is thrilling to have someone else give videoetry a try and I look forward to more from her in the future!  (Got that , Eva?!)

Ciao for now!

Monday, February 14, 2011

MY Romance

Happy Valentine's Day!

Today, I am featuring a videoetry about love, of course.  It all started when I was driving last week with a printed photo on the dash of my car.  I noticed a reflection in the window with two people kissing and a sunset view of the road in the background. I stopped the car immediately and took a picture.

Knowing Valentine's Day was just around the corner, I decided to create a videoetry about my romance using scenery around our home. Remember, I feel blessed to have a poetic hubby! Happy Valentine's Day!

Ciao for now!

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Come On Baby, Light My Fire!

Happy Sunday!

It is Valentine's weekend and so I thought fireworks would be appropriate.  This videoetry is based on a poem that my husband wrote about fireworks over Lake Tahoe.  He makes a very interesting observation.

And for the record, I feel I am very blessed that my Valentine can wax poetic! :)  Please click the following to enjoy "Twice The Show."

Ciao for now!

Friday, February 11, 2011


Ah, the weekend is upon us.  Hopefully I'll score some time to work on more videoetries!  It is Valentine's weekend.  Maybe I can make one to express love before Monday.

But today, I want to highlight a videoetry about Sandia Peak in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  What a byooootiful spot on this earth!  The tram will cost you, but it's the longest on this earth and well worth the money.  Or if you're terrified of heights, you can drive up the back of the mountain to the top. 

However you get there, just enjoy the view!

Ciao for now!

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Let It Snow, Let It Snow...

OK, so maybe the whole US may have seen a bit too much snow this winter.  Hey, snow in Atlanta?  Mississippi and Alabama?  Many feet of snow already in Tahoe?  (OK, that might not be such a stretch...)  Whew!

But this videoetry I am featuring today is set in a place where snow is ALWAYS around.  Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado.  My family was able to have a semi-comfortable picnic in this alpine wonderland at the pinnacle of the park over 10,000 feet above sea level. 

And this is what I was inspired to write about -

Ciao for now!

Saturday, February 5, 2011

A Little "Chat With Sam"

Happy Saturday!

Today's videoetry comes from some photos I took in Santa Fe, New Mexico in the same stunning garden from which "Circle of Peace" was created.   I absolutely loved the statue of Mark Twain and, in the complete photo, I'm sitting with him looking like we're in conversation.  Oh, if only I could pick his brain for a day!

He is without a doubt one of my idols.  I loved his humor and his storytelling.  In light of the recent debate over changing his words, this videoetry is maybe a bit of a metaphor - like a statue, we should keep the stories he told "ensconced" in the time frame in which they were created. 

Would love your opinion on it!  Have a great weekend!


Friday, February 4, 2011

Mother Nature's Kiss

TGIF, Everyone!

Today, I want to highlight one of the first videoetries I placed on my YouTube channel.  It is called "Mother Nature's Kiss" and I wrote it in honor of a beautiful cliff at Yosemite National Park.  The image caused me to quickly pull the car over and walk back down the road to catch the perfect shot.

The sun created a shadow on the rock face (literally) that looked like lips.  I thought of how it could be Mother Nature herself kissing all of us, the spellbound tourists.  Enjoy!


Thursday, February 3, 2011

Wyoming Acrobats

Good morning!

Today I bring the circus to town - not!  Just a little haiku about the wind fields in Wyoming that we saw as we crossed the beautiful cowboy country.  I have heard folks talk about the magnitude of these fields and I have seen pictures, but it is another thing to be rolling along and come across one.

Have a wonderful day!


Sunday, January 30, 2011

Hanging Miracle

Happy Sunday!

If you ever get to Santa Fe, NM, you need to see this mind boggling staircase built by a mysterious man who simply disappeared after finishing his work in the 1870s. He used no formal tools or even nails. The timber was not native to the area.  And he took no money.

The nuns of this Catholic church wanted to use an upper area of the Loretto Chapel for a school and had no way to access it. They prayed for help from St. Joseph, the patron saint of carpenters. This mystery man showed up and made it happen.

Modern architectual theory says it's not so miraculous, but this was built in the 1870s. Could it have been St. Joseph? Hmmmmmm.... I like to think so!

Click to view Hanging Miracle -

Ciao for now!

Saturday, January 29, 2011

The Hills Are Alive...

Today, I am featuring a videoetry in honor of my Grandma Ruby and a beautiful mountain range in northern Nevada.  When traveling out west, I wanted to make sure we stopped by the peaks called the Ruby Mountains. What started out as a curiosity about their name has now fueled a fire to go back because of their beauty!

Friday, January 28, 2011

Credit Where Credit Is Due

Hi All!

When putting together a videoetry, be sure to use images that are your own (or from at least your family with permission).  In our photos from out West, some shots may have been taken by my husband, one of the kids, or me, but I'll say it's mine.  Don't go trolling the Internet for images and use them!

This videoetry I'm adding today was put together by me, but I know that my husband was the one who took all the photos.  There were dozens of them.  He wouldn't get back in the car because he kept taking and kept taking shots of Pyramid Lake in Nevada. 

Also, he was so moved by the beautiful teal waters and the funky pyramid rock (a tufa rock formation) on the water's edge, that he wrote this lovely poem in my videoetry of the day.  Hope you enjoy "Pyramid Lake"!

Ciao for now!

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Rules of Videoetry


I have created this site to highlight some of my own works (poetry, photography and videography), but really would love to have others share their talents here as well.  If you have created (or wish to create) a Youtube channel devoted to videoetry media and would like for me to showcase your work, comment and we can figure out how to do it.  (I'm thinking to highlight your channel in my sidebar.)

One must have guidelines for these things.  One that was brought to my attention by the fine folks at Youtube is that you cannot go over 30 seconds of a recorded song!  Took a little shaving off of the music in one of my videoetries to make them happy and me within the scope of the law.

Also, no one should submit pornographic images or vulgar language material.  A lot of things can be said cleanly! 

In this age of free self expression using the web, my goal is spread creativity all around. It makes the world a better place!  And this site will hopefully be a tool for videoetrophers everywhere!

Ciao for now!

Saturday, January 22, 2011


Hello?  Is there anybody out there?

This is a new site devoted to those who wax poetic, love photography, and are willing to put two and two together into a video format. 

I became a videoetry person while creating a home movie of a trip my family and I took in the summer of 2010.  We went from Albuquerque, NM to San Francisco, CA over a period of two weeks.  That's a lot to pack in and my butt is probably permanently flattened from the extensive car ride.  Those who know me know that's a lot of butt!

Anyway, on our vacation, I wrote poetry about all the different things I saw while traveling.  My husband and son wrote some poetry as well.  When creating the home movie, I set trip photos to music and threw in some of the words that my family and I had written.  Hence, videoetry was born. (I actually woke up one morning thinking that word and that is what has inspired me to create this site and the Youtube video site I pull in for it.)

Now let's see if I can get one of the videoetries on here!

Ciao for now!

Mel the Videoetropher (Is that a word? - Nah!)