Another Way To Embarrass Myself

filed under: Miscellaneous on April 24, 2010

I made a vlog.

Its a video of me talking about myself.

Its riveting.

And when I say riveting, I mean you just might fall into a boredom induced coma.

You've been warned.

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  • Stephanie says:

    ignore those spelling errors … one handed typing has never been one of my gifts.

  • Jan Mayes says:

    Love the accent, and the lies!
    Welcome to MY world!
    Don’t think I will EVER be brave enough to vlog – but thanks for making me smile.
    But excuse me – TWO readers – judging by all these comments alone I think that just might have been another lie!
    Janmary

  • Adriana PK says:

    LOL This was hysterical. Thanks so much. I needed a laugh today.
    APK

  • Queen Mommy says:

    CUTE! I’m so glad I don’t have to suffer in perfection all by myself! LOL

  • Liz says:

    This was hilarious! Thanks.

  • Alice says:

    That was stinkin’ hilarious!

  • Amanda says:

    Oh my goodness I was laughing so hard! I love it! Hope you are having a good night!

  • Heather says:

    I really loved your vlog-you are so adorable! I like vlogging, though not sure I could do it. I’m too self-conscious and self critical. I prefer to be on the picture/video taking side of the camera, plus I hate the way my voice sounds. I wonder if it grates on other people’s nerves, cause it grates on mine LOL! But again, I loved your’s and hope you’ll do more!
    Off topic, wanted to share that about a month or so ago I followed your link to the story of 23 minutes in hell. I have never really believed in hell in the literal sense like that person experienced. It all started when I was little and having a panic attack over our unavoidable death. My mom shared the thought she had about not believing in hell, devil, etc. I don’t know if she was just saying that to comfort me at the time or if she really believed it. Her feelings have since changed.
    But I held on to that my whole life and based so many of my spiritual views on it. I am a Christian and I’m very much in love with Jesus (sounds strange, but it’s the best way to describe my feelings), I am a compete wretch and without Him as my savior, I am nothing.
    I passed on reading the book about 23 minutes in hell, but did read the book about 90 minutes in heaven. I turned away from the hell one because again it just didn’t mesh with my beliefs. That one day, I was somehow persuaded to watch the link you shared, I watched all of it. I won’t go into all of my beliefs in this comment, but now I have to wonder for the first time really ever, if I’ve had it wrong.
    So I wanted to thank you for sharing that, as I likely wouldn’t have heard the story without your link. It scared me, still does, and I continue to do a lot of thinking and praying about it.
    Heather

  • vibram five fingers shoes says:

    You’re great. Just great. Honestly. The very first second I thought you were serious and I almost died

  • Renee (kudos kitchen) says:

    Well, you definitely have more than two followers however, I don’t doubt that your mom is your number one fan. This was so cute Amanda. I’m glad your ‘livin’ the dream’ of a ‘perfect life’. Glad to know somebody is. LOL

  • Celina says:

    You crack me up, especially the part about ur kids!! I love ur blog!!

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