Thursday, July 23, 2009

Wreck This Journal: Week 8

A lot of people in this Wreck This Journal book blogging group tackled the burning page early on. Since I waited, it felt almost a little boring so I just kept ignoring that page.

With the help of my husband and stepson, last night I ceremoniously burned the page. We even made another video. I have to give my husband loads of credit for his ideas on how to burn the page as well as his film directorship. I hope you like it.

Happy wrecking!







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21 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness!! This is fantastic!
    (And you guys are so CUTE!)

    All the best!
    deb

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  2. I STILL haven't burned my page...I'm afraid that I will get carried away and burn a whole bunch of the book! Great job getting your family involved - your wrecking is awesome. :)

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  3. That was great!! I love "But safety first" (hee hee). The flames were beautiful! How wonderful to see the whole family involved. Burnin' Love!

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  4. love love the music and darkness with the flame.. what an homage to WRECK THIS JOURNAl.. can I have that cutie Husband?? its so good to see kids and Hubs involved..I have loved this journey

    Your are so vivacious, great video

    B R A V O !!

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  5. OMG that was quite cinematic! And hilarious. Love the Chariots of Fire theme song and how cute to have the fam involved. What sweeties!

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  6. Nice video!
    Amazing flat your journal!
    Happy wrecking on! :)

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  7. It's great to get the family involved isn't it! We are all having so much fun this summer from a simple little book!

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  8. That was so much fun! You were awesome!. That was quite a flame too. I though you whole book went up in the dark.
    Happy wrecking see ya next week.

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  9. Ooooh...the theme song of Chariots of Fire is just spot on to the buring love. And the flames look beautiful! Great work and cute family! :)

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  10. jamieridlerstudiosJuly 24, 2009 at 12:47 AM

    Wow! Absolutely wonderful. I imagine not that many people have home movies like this one :) You're all wreckstars!

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  11. That is just wonderful. Wonderful. I love how you got your whole family into it. What a great little skit. ANd the music. Loved it. And the closing credits. Absolutely awesome.


    Now what am I going to do to burn my page... having left it and left it for much the same reason as you did.

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  12. Great family video. Chariots of fire! What an inspired choice.
    Great wrecking!

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  13. BRAVO!!!!
    Award winning!!!

    :-D

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  14. SWEET!!!!!!!!!
    This is a great post! I burned my page a while ago, but it didn't come out good when I filmed it ....bummer.
    Your's is GREAT!!!!!
    Happy Wrecking!!!!

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  15. That was great! I really like you 'running' in the dark and then the page burning and lighting up the room!

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  16. Nothing like a wholesome family video -- "don't try this at home kids" kinda comes to mind and then it ends so beautifully. Fabulous, thank you for sharing!!! Your are all WRECKSTARS at your house!!!!! KEEP ON WRECKIN'!!!!

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  17. Fun! I don't know how you kept your match lit while moving - I think I breathe too heavy or something because mine would have been out long before I got to the journal. :) A+ video!

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  18. Way to carry the torch! Tho I was a little worried about your kitchen cabinets honey! Whew, suspense.

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  19. haha! that was great! i loved the safety message too. :-)

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  20. ha! this was great! I loved the carrying of the torch scene!

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  21. [...] things to unleash my creativity. I took a photography class, I joined a bunch of other bloggers in wrecking a journal, and I took Deb Owen’s Creative Pathways [...]

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